Volume II - 1941
year the class in Contemporary Georgia prepared a scrap book which
concentrated on the homes of the people of Savannah, particularly in the
This year we have attempted to confine our pictures to people, believing that the pitiful plight of our lower classes would be presented most forcefully by its members.
We believe that these pictures speak for themselves any and so have refrained from inserting any comments in this volume.
In our opinion the importance of being aware of such a situation cannot be overemphasized; but even more important than being aware, is doing something about it.
It is the sincere hope of the entire class that this volume may be the first step toward some definite action on the part of our readers.
Living in Savannah
Savannah Images Project