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Date Span 1890- 1979
Extent 256 images
Biographical Sketch Thomas W. Solomon, May 27, 1915--May 13, 1988, was
a resident of Headland, AL, and according to his Dothan Eagle obituary of
May 14, 1988, a "well known railroad artist and train enthusiast." Solomon
served as a draftsman with the Atlantic Coast Line then with the Florida
East Coast Railroad. He was a member of the Headland United Methodist
Scope/Content Consists of Solomon's photographic
negatives, transparent positives, and prints of railroading in the
Southeastern US, particularly the Wiregrass. Many shots are copy negatives
or photographs of Solomon's paintings of railroad scenes. Others are
on-site shots of trains, yards, tracks, and other facilities. The photos
cover the Alabama Midland Railway, Amtrak, Apalachicola and St. Andrew's Bay
Railway, Apalachicola Northern, Atlantic Coast Line, Bay Line, Central of
Georgia, L&N, Plant System, Seaboard Atlantic Line, Southern Railway, and
Organization Item-level control.
Provenance Tom Solomon photographs given to Dothan Landmarks Foundation, Inc.,(DLF) as
part of its historical collecting mandate. DLF transferred the photographs
to The Wiregrass Archives in 2005.
Processing Notes Scanned and assigned temporary numbers as
part of Dothan Landmarks Foundation's authoring of Railroading in Dothan and
Vicinity (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2005). Those images not
scanned for that project were scanned in March 2009. The Wiregrass Archives file numbers
(based on Acc + box/item + file; in this case 146-05-0725-ITM-xxx) created
in May 2009.
Preferred Citation Tom Solomon Photograph Collection, RG146. The Wiregrass Archives,
Troy University Dothan Campus, Dothan, AL.
Date processed: 2007
Processed By: TB / MTO
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