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Digital copies of our aerial photos can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by filling out this form: https://www.libs.uga.edu/magil/forms/aerial-photo-request.
How do you determine which photos you need? All of our air photo indexes have been scanned and are available through the Digital Library of Georgia. Use the index for the county and year(s) you are interested in, find your study area, and write down the flight line and photo number of the photo(s) that cover your area. How do you identify the flight line and photo number? They are in the upper right hand corner of the photo (the date of the photo is on the upper left).
Link to the index collection: https://dlg.usg.edu/collection/gyca_gaphind
- Air photos have a lot of overlap (esp. north-south). Your site maybe on multiple photos. The view of your site can vary depending on the angle the photo was taken at. It's ok to request adjacent photos.
- For some years we have every other photo.
- We may not have all photos for a specified year, or any. Having the index does not guarantee we have the photos
Topographic maps have been produced in paper from 1884 - 2006, and digital only after that. Both current and historical topos are available through the same USGS based site https://ngmdb.usgs.gov/topoview/ as GeoTIFFs, GeoPDFs, jpegs, and kmz files
Historical Map Collections