The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Photograph Collection contains over five million images from the newspaper's photo morgue. The bulk of these images come from the 1950s-1980s, but the collection also includes images that appeared in the Atlanta Journal, the Atlanta Constitution, and many of the smaller newspapers they absorbed over the years.
Over 7,000 images are digitized and available at Georgia State University Library's Digital Collections, with new additions weekly.
Additional photographs from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Photograph Collection have been digitized and made available in the Planning Atlanta - A New City in the Making, 1930s-1990s Photographs collection.
Copyright to items in this collection is owned by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Items may be used for scholarship, educational, and personal use. Additional uses will require permission of the rights holder.