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Georgia, France, and England Album, 1910

Identifier: HCFF-06-PS-17

Scope and Content Note

Album compiled by Helen Clay Frick documenting travel to Augusta, Ga.; France; and England in 1910. Henry Clay Frick and Adelaide H.C. Frick appear in some images, along with friends Mary McNeal, John P. Grier, Dorothea and J. Horace Harding, and Helen Clay Frick's former governess, Marika Ogiz. Photographs taken in Augusta include views of Butt Cottage (leased by the Fricks during their stay), Augusta Golf Club, and residences in the Summerville section of the city. The album also contains images of the Shiloh Orphanage and Strong Academy, an orphanage and school for African Americans. Shortly after their trip to Augusta, Helen Clay Frick and her mother sailed to Europe to meet Childs Frick, who was already abroad. Views captured from their trip include Barbizon, Fontainebleau, Paris, Saint-Cloud, Versailles, and Ville d-Avray in France, and the funeral procession of King Edward VII held on 10 May 1910 in London.


  • 1910 - 1910


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Biographical Note

Helen Clay Frick (1888-1984) was the daughter of art collector and industrialist Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919).


0.13 Linear feet (1 box)

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