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Ms 1654


Abbot, John, 1751-1840.
 John Abbot notebook, [ca. 1791].
 1 v.

 John Abbot (1750-1840), naturalist and artist, collected, observed, drew
insects, arachnids, and birds; native of England, moved to America in 1773 and
Georgia in 1776.

 The collection consists of a bound notebook containing a catalogue of Georgia
birds with notes, presumably kept by John Abbot. Included are 153 named
entries which may include size, number of feathers, type of eggs, migration
pattern with a page of migration habits of birds in America.
 Finding aid available in repository.

Cite as: John Abbot notebook. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.


 1. Birds Georgia. 2. Bird watchers Georgia. 3. Natural history Georgia. 4.
Naturalists-Georgia. I. GAGP
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Ms 2970

Abbott, John, 1751-1840.

John Abbott original watercolor drawings, 1819 26?.

John Abbot was born in England to John & Ann Clousinger Abbott and came to South
Georgia in 1776 where he soon gained a reputation as a naturalist or lepidopterist, planter
& schoolmaster. He married Penelope Warren & had one son, John Jr., b 1779. Abbott
spent some sixty-four years in Georgia studying and illustrating in watercolor natural
resources such as insects butterflies, moths and native birds. His watercolor notes and
published works are prized and collected by museums and libraries around the world.

The collection consists of three original watercolor drawings of birds of Georgia,
probably dating 1819-26. Drawings are titled:
   1. Crested Mergansen [Hooded Merganser; Lophodytes cucullatus]
  2. Green Flycatcher [Acadian Flycatcher; Empidonax virescens] with American
      peacock butterfly;
  3. Purple Grakle [common Crackle; Quiscalus quicula]
Each drawing measures 11" x 7".

Subjects: Birds Georgia.
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Ms 187

Abney, George,     - 2002.
George Abney scrapbooks, pre 1964.

George Abney, Athens native and professor in School of Journalism.

Mr. Abney compiled two scrapbooks containing Georgia history materials , grammar
school at Chase St. School, Athens and Atlanta history and events , military items ,
famous Georgians and literary figures.
Ms 187 George Abney Scrapbooks

The Atlanta scrapbook has been left intact but the other book, badly deteriorated, was
dismantled, the original drawings, pamphlets and other items removed from the acid
pages and put on new pages in the same order as the original book. They were not put
back into the book, however, but are so marked. The clippings, attached in the book,
were copied onto archival paper. A lot of material was loose in the back and these too
were copied. Several sections of Rotogravure materials, although fragile, were left as
they were. An index follows of the book dismantled.

Page 1 State seal, hand drawn and painted
       State of Georgia outline map
     2 State of Georgia flag, hand drawn and painted
     3 State bird and flower, "                 "
     4 Pine tree                 "
     5 Cotton Bolls
     6 Settlement of Georgia by Abney
     7 Georgia map
     8 Georgia main crops by Abney
     9 Use of Georgia pine by Abney
     10 Georgia minerals by Abney
     11 The Seven Wonders of Georgia by Abney
     12 Famous Georgians by Abney
     13 Picture of students from 5th grade visit Cyclorama
     14 Chase St School articles
     15 Chase St Herald - cover by Abney
     16 St Simons cards
     17 Georgia facts
     18 Lee's statue at Capitol
     19 Post card of turpentine crop, tobacco, pine, quarrying marble
     20 Pandora, an operetta - program / May Day Festival program, Pioneer Club
     21 Youth at Work pamphlet / USN Machinists' School pamphlet
     22 Georgia Facts
     23 Chase St School Variety Show program
     24 Myrtle Harrell piano recital 1940 program/ The Royal Playmate program, '41
     25 "            "       ""       1941 program/article & program for Chase St
        Talent Show
     26 Harry Still well Edwards article
     27 Pictures - Edwards, Athens Fire Dept, Mary Harden home
     28 Athens pictures - Henry Grady house, UGA 1895 team, Toombs Oak, Long
        Memorial, Ben Hill homeplace
     29 Athens pictures - Fire Dept 1890, Lumpkin residence, Southern Mutural Ins,
        shoeing horses at Tuckers Shop 1890
     30 Eli Whitney - photo of him and one of gin / verso is house where first gin built
     31 Wilbur Kurtz drawing of Longstreet steamboat 1806
     32 Arch in mourning
33 -35 Alexander Stephens Memorial State Park
36 Alexander Stephens
37 "               " 128th birthday article
38 James E Oglethorpe picture
39 John B Gordon article
40 Bellevue, LaGrange article
41 First airplane to Atlanta - picture
42 President Roosevelt visits Gainesville - article & pictures
43 "            "                    "
44-46 President visits Athens
47 Walter F George
48 Gov Rivers at World's Fair
49 Moina Michael
50 HannaBatCo
51 Georgia architecture
52-53 Fred Birchmore
54 Florence Martus, 'Waving Girl' of Savannah / program
55 Tornado strikes Albany
56 Greene Monument, Savannah - picture
57 Savannah after a gale - picture
58 Georgians to World's Fair - pictures
59 Holy Land display
60 Fountain of Light - Atlanta
61 Stone Mountain
62 Cyclorama brochure / Georgia scenes
63 Georgia scenes
64 "
65 George Walton, St Simons cartoon and slave house, Ponce de Leon name
66 Emory Univ
67 Crawford W Long
68 "
69 Pimento canning - picture
70 Georgians to Pres Roosevelt's inauguaration [Gov Talmadge]
71 -4 "
75 McAdoo birthplace, Marietta
76 Mineral hunters
77 Governor's Mansion
78 Wren's nest pamphlet / photo of Joel Chandler Harris
79 Stone Mt Pamphlet [ 1 loose] & post card folder of Mt
80 Magic Hill
81 Talmadge becomes Gov; Sam Dale; Dr Sutton'e Weekly Letter; 5th Grade at
    Chase St School Ga Day article
82 Atlanta 1836-64 - pictures
83 "        1864-36
84 General Sherman and Atlanta
85 General Sherman and Atlanta
     Ms 187 George Abney scrapbooks


    86 Ga's oldest Bapt Church / Ga in Hall of Fame
    87 Georgia the Empire State
    88 Frank L Stanton pamphlet [1st poet laureate]
    89   "          " photo and poems [1 loose photo]
    90 Atlanta fire dept/ Ernest Neal, 2d poet laureate, pamphlet
    91 When Uncle Remus wrote with type
    92 Methodist officials; photos of Free Joe's Cave, Eatonton; Cave Man's House;
       Ferry used by Joel Chandler Harris
    93 Post card of Minnehaha Falls, Lake Rabun
    94 75th Anniv of National Bank of Athens
    95 Tributes to Ga from poets and statesmen
    96 Atlanta Municipal Airport
    97 Barnsley Gardens
    98 Wesley picture at Emory
    99 Oxford Home of LQC Lmar
    100 Bulloch Hall
    101 Mildred L Rutherford
    102 President's Home at Oxford College
    103 Journal Home of Yesterday and today
    104 Decay of Preaching - Bishop Candler
    105 Georgia 1st tunnel / flying race at Candler Field
    106 When the earth went crazy - Georgians in CA
    107 Halloween favors

LOOSE COPIES OF ARTICLES

   Tree that owns itself- Athens
   Double barrel cannon
   UGA and David C Barrow
   US Tank Busters in RAF
   King Reviews US Officers
   B-19plane
   Warren Chandler - End of Sin
   Washington Relics in Marietta
   Macon - Camp Wheeler
   Eckfbrd - Sell engagement
    Statue of J E Browns
   Ladies of the law
   American Red Cross [2]
    General Gamelin
    Alabama - 17 burned to death
    Sara Delano Roosevelt, dead at 87
    Rubinoff at Mell Auditorium
    Gen Geo Marshall in Atlanta
    Thunderbolt - car by 'Chrysler
    Jule Shields - Thomson
              Ms 187 George Abney scrapbooks

Loose Copies of Pages continued:

     Arkansas traveler
     Bulloch Hall
     Mildred L Rutherford
     President's Home, Oxford College
     Journal Home of Yesterday & Today
     Decay of Preaching - Bishop Candler
     Georgia's 1st Tunnel / Flying program @ Candler Field
     When the earth when crazy - Georgians in CA
     Halloween favors

Rotogravure - original, not copied
     Asa Griggs Chandler
     Gen Clement Evans
     Old State Capitol & other Ga scenes
     Industry Comes to Athens [Park View Homes etc.]
     Grady Hospital
     John Hulme and Melvin Douglas
     Gardens to be visited - Garden Club of Ga
     CSA memorial, Oakland Cemetery
     Dams & electric plants of Ga
     Fitzgerald brothers [Williams family] @ Ft Benning
     Atlanta in the Army
     Jap planes to look for in raids
     Raid on Honolulu shown in photos
     Canada Guards the Pacific
     What the soldier wears
     Camp Gordon
     Ft Benning
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  Accession No.—_3=§§5_______             • Dates Covered —undated.

  Date ^_-i6.-Pecenber_12ZZ___             Number of Items ___l._

  Name of Collection    ABRAMS — CRAZY JAIE (MANUSCRIPT MUSIC)




  Given by
  Deposited by
  Purchased from
  Other terms   Removed from Skjeet music Collection
  Date & method of arrival   i^ December 1977


  DESCRIPTION      "Crazy Jane," music by "Miss Abratas," consists of five pages
 of musical notation and lyrics in manuscript. Page six is the notation for
 "Drops of Brandy    a Country Dance." Although undated it is apparently an
 early nineteenth century production.




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 Accession No..._174l________             Dates Covered   1951 - 1980

 Date __2Jferch_1982______                Number of Items ___5i____

 Name of Collection _ ^rajm
                            Collection.



 Given by Mr. Abrams
 Deposited by
 Purchased from
 Other terms

 Date & method of arrival


 DESCRIPTION

      Harvey Dan Abrams has for many years been a prominent Atlanta bookseller
 and appraiser. In addition his publishing firm has arranged the printing of
 a fine series of works of local Georgia writers. He is the nephew of IVtedora
'Field Perkerson whose papers have also been placed in this library.
      This collection consists of photographs, primarily of Mr. Abrams 1 military
 tour of duty in the Phillipines, some correspondence, newspaper clippings, and
 associated material.




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  Accession No.__                                Dates Covered    ca. 1920 -

  Date         15 Oct. 1981                      Number of Items 1^0 (70 pictures and 70 negatives ]

   Name of Collection         Adams Studios.

                                  Photographs.



  Given by
  Deposited by
  Purchased from
  Other terms

  Date & method of arrival


  DESCRIPTION
        The originals of these photographs were done by Adams Studio, Athens.           Most
   of the pictures are of Athens places and people.

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 1.    Athens, Georgia.




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                              	Adams Studio Photographs
                                        	Ms 1687
                                   	ca. 1920 -1940

                           	Folder Inventory & Subject Index

Folder Inventory

1:1     Athens, Georgia. Georgian Hotel
1:2     Group sitting on steps in front of door (names at bottom of photo)
1:3     Farm implement (?) - Motorized (seeder?)
1:4     Athens, Georgia. Kress display
1:5     Unidentified store interior
1:6     Athens, Georgia. Filling station
1:7     Georgia. University. President's House
1:8     Athens, Georgia. Lucy Cobb Institute. Shakespeare play
1:9     Athens, Georgia. Canning Club
1:10    Unidentified factory (?) interior
1:11    Athens, Georgia. Georgia factory
1:12    Unidentified room with beds
1:13    Athens, Georgia. Kress display
1:14    Athens, Georgia. Kress display
1:15    Silver goblets
1:16    Unidentified house
1:17    Athens, Georgia. Kress display
1:18    Athens, Georgia. Kress display
1:19    Unidentified group of three women
1:20    Unidentified house
1:21    Athens, Georgia. State Normal School. Parade
1:22    Athens, Georgia (vie.?). Standard Oil filling station
1:23.   Athens, Georgia. Lucy Cobb Institute. Shakespeare play
1:24    Athens, Georgia. Michael (M.G.) House
1:25    Athens, Georgia. St. Mary's Hospital
1:26    Athens, Georgia. St. Mary's Hospital (?). Under construction
1:27    Unidentified house
1:28    Athens, Georgia. Michael Brothers Department Store. Display
1:29    Athens, Georgia. Lucy Cobb Institute. Parade float
1:30    Proctor (J. Peebles) automobile accident
1:31    Georgia. University. Senior Parade in front of Georgian Hotel
1:32    Athens, Georgia. Kress display
 1:33   Unidentified house
1:34    Georgia. University. Unidentified group (incl. T.W. Reed - front row 3rd from rt.)
 1:35   Proctor (J. Peebles) automobile accident
 1:36   Athens, Georgia. Georgian Hotel. Patio
 1:37   Unidentified room with study tables and chairs
 1:38   Athens, Georgia. YMCA. Recreation room
                                       	Ms 1687
                              	Folder Inventory (cont.)

1:39   Athens, Georgia. Wilson House
1:40   Unidentified house
1:41   Athens, Georgia. Chase Street School
1:42   Georgia. University. Unidentified group
1:43   Athens, Georgia. Clayton and College Streets
1:44   Athens, Georgia. Georgian Hotel. Banquet room
1:45   Home demonstration exhibits
1:46   Georgia. University. College of Agriculture. Class in recreational activity
1:47   Unidentified house
1:48   Unidentified building with 3 chairs in front
1:49   Unidentified house
1:50   Unidentified group
1:51   Unidentified parlor
1:52   Georgia. University. Senior parade in front of Chapel
1:53   Athens, Georgia. Mell Auditorium (Athens High School)
1:54   Unidentified room with round table and vase
1:55   Georgia. University. College of Agriculture. Group picture
1:56   Unidentified hallway with stairs
1:57   Unidentified factory (?) showing wiring
1:58   Unidentified man
1:59   Georgia. University. Unidentified group (incl. David C. Barrow-front & center)
1:60   Athens, Georgia. Chase Street School
1:61   Athens, Georgia. State Normal School. Domestic Science class
1:62   Athens, Georgia. Michael Brothers Department Store
1:63   Unidentified group of women
1:64   Unidentified group of women
1:65   Athens, Georgia. Clayton St. showing Holman Building
1:66   Athens, Georgia. Benson's Bakery. Parade float
1:67   Athens, Georgia. Athens Christian Church
1:68   Unidentified house
1:69   Unidentified sitting room
1:70   Unidentified sitting room


A Subject Index follows
                                         Ms 1687
                                       Subject Index

Athens, Georgia. Athens Christian Church 1:67
Athens, Georgia. Benson's Bakery. Parade float 1:66
Athens, Georgia. Canning Club 1:9
Athens, Georgia. Chase Street School 1:41
Athens, Georgia. Chase Street School 1:60
Athens, Georgia. Clayton and College Streets 1:43
Athens, Georgia. Clayton St. showing Holman Building 1:65
Athens, Georgia. Filling station 1:6
Athens, Georgia. Georgia Factory 1:11
Athens, Georgia. Georgian Hotel 1:1
Athens, Georgia. Georgian Hotel. Banquet room 1:44
Athens, Georgia. Georgian Hotel. Patio 1:36
Athens, Georgia. Kress display 1:4
Athens, Georgia. Kress display 1:13
Athens, Georgia. Kress display 1:14
Athens, Georgia. Kress display 1:17
Athens, Georgia. Kress display 1:18
Athens, Georgia. Kress display 1:32
Athens, Georgia. Lucy Cobb Institute. Parade float 1:29
Athens, Georgia. Lucy Cobb Institute. Shakespeare play 1:8
Athens, Georgia. Lucy Cobb Institute. Shakespeare play 1:23
Athens, Georgia. Mell Auditorium (Athens High School) 1:53
Athens, Georgia. Michael Brothers Department Store 1:62
Athens, Georgia. Michael Brothers Department Store. Display 1:28
Athens, Georgia. Michael (M.G.) House 1:24
Athens, Georgia. St. Mary's Hospital 1:25
Athens, Georgia. St. Mary's Hospital (?). Under construction 1:26
Athens, Georgia (vie.). Standard Oil filling station 1:22
Athens, Georgia. State Normal School. Domestic Science class 1:61
Athens, Georgia. State Normal School. Parade 1:21
Athens, Georgia. Wilson House 1:39
Athens, Georgia. YMCA. Recreation room 1:38

Farm implement (?) - Motorized (Seeder?)        1:3

Georgia.   University.   College of Agriculture. Class in recreational activity 1:46
Georgia.   University.   College of Agriculture. Group picture 1:55
Georgia.   University.   President's House 1:7
Georgia.   University.   Senior parade in front of Chapel 1:52
Georgia.   University.   Senior parade in front of Georgian Hotel 1:31
Georgia.   University.   Unidentified group 1:42
Georgia.   University.   Unidentified group (incl. David C. Barrow - front & center)     1:59
Georgia.   University.   Unidentified group (incl. T.W. Reed - front row 3rd from it.)   1:34
           '6*
Group sitting on steps in front of door (names at bottom of photo)   1 :2
Home demonstration exhibits 1:45
Proctor (J. Peebles) automobile accident 1:30
Proctor (J. Peebles) automobile accident 7:35
Silver goblets 1:15

Unidentified building with 3 chairs in front 1:48
Unidentified factory (?) interior 1:10
Unidentified factory (?) showing wiring 7:57
Unidentified group 1:50
Unidentified group of three women 1:19
Unidentified group of women 1:63
Unidentified group of women 1 : 64
Unidentified hallway with stairs 7:56
Unidentified house 1:16
Unidentified house 1:20
Unidentified house 7:27
Unidentified house 1:33
Unidentified house 1:40
Unidentified house 7:47
Unidentified house 1:49
Unidentified house 7 : 68
Unidentified man 7:55
Unidentified parlor 7:57
Unidentified sitting room 1:69
Unidentified sitting room 7 : 70
Unidentified room with beds 7:72
Unidentified room with round table and vase 7:54
Unidentified room with study table and chairs 7 :3 7
Unidentified store front 7:5
William K. - Photographs


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                                MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

    Accession No..._lZ5i_.L^O___           Dates Covered

     Date _2Jte£Ch_J382_______             Number of Items .
     Name of Collection ___Adams i_William_Ki __________

                          _____Photographs._____________



     Given by William K. Adams, Rt. 1, Nicholson, Georgia.
     Deposited by
     Purchased from
     Other terms

     Date & method of arrival


     DESCRIPTION
          Included are four unidentified photographs.      One shows a man on an
     early airplane.




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Ms 3001
Adams, Willie Maude.
State Normal School (Athens, Ga.) scrapbook, 1922.

.5 linear feet.

Willie Maude Adams, of Commerce (Ga.) graduated from the State Normal School in
Athens (Ga.) in 1922.

The collection consists of a scrapbook kept by Willie Maude Adams while she was a
student at the State Normal School, Athens (Ga.). Included are photographs of students,
some idenfitied, travel and recreation and buildings.


1. College students - Georgia - Social life and customs - history - 20th century.
2. Teachers colleges. 3. Athens (Ga..) 4. Scrapbooks.
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Ms 1355


Adelberg & Raymond (New York, N.Y.)
 Adelberg & Raymond mining reports, 1866-1867.
 19 items.

 Arranged in alphabetical order.

 Adelberg & Raymond, a mining engineer firm of New York, New York.

 The collection consists of mining reports, drafts, maps, and notes of the firm
Adelberg & Raymond (New York, N.Y.) for Georgia mines from 1866-1867. Includes
reports for the Adelberg Gold Company (Cobb County, Ga.); Brolley mine
(Cherokee County, Ga.); Dr. B. Hamilton property (Cobb County, Ga.); Lewis
property (White County, Ga.); and the Judge Strong mine (Cobb County, Ga.).
Each of the reports contains sections describing the mines' location, the
area's terrain, climate, and geology; an analysis of the gold vein; a mining
plan; and an economic view often containing information on the cost of labor,
materials, and proposed output. The report for the Lewis mine also includes a
history of Georgia mining. Several of the drafts are signed by Dr. Hermann
Credner of Ackworth (Cobb County, Ga.).


 Drafts are in German.

Cite as: Adelberg & Raymond mining reports. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602.


 1. Adelberg Gold Company. 2. Geology-Georgia. 3. Geological surveys-Georgia.
 4. Gold mines and mining—Georgia. 5. Mineral industries—Georgia. 6. Mines an
d mineral resources-Georgia. 7. Cherokee County (Ga.) 8. Cobb County (Ga.) 9.
 White County (Ga.) 10. Maps. I. Credner, Hermann, 1841-1913.
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Ms 2963



Adele Theatre
  Adele Theatre Papers. 1918-1922
  1.5 linear ft.

   Arranged in chronological order

   The Adele Theatre was located in Eatonton, Georgia and was in business from 1914
until about 1922. This collection consists of its business papers from 1918 to 1922 and
includes correspondence, exhibition notices, receipts, invoices, and contracts.

  Cite as: Adele Theatre Papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602

1. Eatonton, Georgia    2. Motion picture theatres   3. Silent films
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 Accession No.      2127_______         Dates Covered ______1950-1970______
 Date _____1J?J?1 JL^_19?JL___          Number of Items ^J[iQ.lJiJQE§rJbp2^s/l_artifact box

 Name of Collection ___2^^_MeiL lA.Collect:ion___________________________




 Given by
 Deposited by
 Purchased from
 Other terms
 Date & method of arrival


 DESCRIPTION

      Oraer Clyde Aderhold was born in Lavonia, Ga. on Nov. 7, 1899. He grad
 uated from the Univ. of Ga. in 1923 and received a master's degree ther in
 1930. He went on to receive his Ph.D. from Ohio State in 1938.
      Aderhold joined the faculty of UGa in 1929 as associate professor of
 education. In 1946 he became dean of the College of Education. He was named
 President of the University in 1950 where he remained until his retirement at
 age 67.
      During his years at UGa, Aderhold helped the school grow from a small
 state college to the nationally-recognized university it is today. He was
 a nationally-known educator and a state hero. One of his most far-reaching
 actions was his aid in passing legislation to finance public education in
 Georgia on a continuing basis.
      Aderhold died in Athens on July 4, 1969.



       This collection contains a few of the clippings, correspondence, photos,
  printed material, etc. which Aderhold collected during his years as president,
  Box 3 contains interesting artifacts presented to Aderhold by various commun
  ity and university groups and Box 2 contains primarily publications which
  contain material on Aderhold.




 see also University Archives - Presidents' Papers.




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                     0. C. Aderhold Collection
                              MS 2127


                       Scope and Content Note


      Omer Clyde Aderhold was born      in Lavonia,   Ga. on Nov. 7,
1899.   He graduated from the Univ. of Ga. in 1923 and received a
master's degree there in 193O.     He went on to receive his Ph.D.
from Ohio State in 1938.
      Aderhold   joined the faculty of UGa in      1929 as associate
professor of education.    In 19^6 he became dean of the College of
Education.     He was named President of      the University  in 195O
where he remained until his retirement at age 67.
      During his years at    UGa, Aderhold helped the school     grow
from a     small   state   college  to    the   nationally-recognized
university it is today.    He was a national1y known educator and a
state hero.    One of his most far-reaching actions was his aid in
passing legislation to finance public education in Georgia on       a
continuing basis.
      Aderhold died in Athens on July *t, 1969.



     This   collection   contains a    few   of   the clippings,
correspondence, photos,  printed material, etc.   which Aderhold
collected  during his   years as president.      Box  3 contains
interesting artifacts presented to  Aderhold by various community
and university groups and Box 2 contains primarily publications
which contain material on Aderhold.
               O. C. Aderhold Collection
                        MS E1E7

                          Inventory


Box   FoIder                     Descr ipt ion

1      1                         cards
      E                          c1ippi ngs
      3                          correpsondence
      4-                         honors/awards
      5                               "
      6                     .    invitations
      7                          Mercer University, corr.
      8               '          miscellaneous
      9                          photos (of Aderhold)
      10                            "   , childhood (Aderhold)
       11                           "           :  Hughes   Trophy
                                  presentation
      IE                         photos: identified groups
      13                            "       :
                                  (w/AderhoId)
      14-                        photos:      Navy     Orientation
                                  Cruise, 1954-
      15                         photos: Navy Supply Corps
                                  visit
      16                         photos: unidentified groups
      17                                 :
      18                         printed material
      19                         programs
      SO                         report cards
      21                         SREB annual meeting, 1967


                                 bible
                                 plaque
                                 printed material 1
                                 programs


                                 artifacts: bulldog figures
                                            flask
                                            si 1ver bowl
                                            si 1ver p i tcher
                                            wa11et
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Ms 769


Adler, Guide, 1855-1941.
 Guido Adler papers, 1863-1938.
 39 linear ft.

 Organized into six series: (1) Correspondence, (2) Manuscripts, (3) Clippings,
(4) Programs, (5) Academic files, and (6) Personal files.

 Guido Adler (1855-1941), Viennese musicologist, educator, and author.

 The collection consists of papers of Guido Adler from 1863-1938. The papers
include manuscripts of Adler's writings, correspondence, clippings, programs,
academic files, and personal files all relating to Adler's career as a music
historian and educator as well as his writings on and study of music. The
personal files (1931-1936) contain photographs, student memorial albums,
ephemera, and records pertaining to Adler's appointments, salaries, and grants.

 The following series within this collection are described separately under the
same main entry heading: Manuscripts, Correspondence, Clippings, and Academic
files.

 Calendar available in repository.

 The collection is entirely in German.

Cite as: Guido Adler papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.


 1. Musicologists-Austria-Vienna. 2. Musicology-Austria-Vienna. I. GAGP
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Ms 769


Adler,Guido, 1855-1941.
 Guido Adler manuscripts, 1869-1935.
 8 linear ft.

 Arranged in chronological order.

 Guido Adler (1855-1941), Viennese musicologist, educator, and author.

 The collection consists of manuscripts of Guido Adler from 1869-1935. The
manuscripts include original drafts, proofs, and typescripts of published or
unpublished articles, speeches, and books by Adler as well as related
correspondence, research notes, or other materials.

Forms part of: Guido Adler papers.

Calendar available in repository.

The collection is entirely in German.

Cite as: Guido Adler manuscripts. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.


1. Authors, Austrian-Vienna. 2. Musicologists-Austria--Vienna. 3.
Musicology-Austria--Vienna. 4. Manuscripts. I. GAGP
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Ms 769


Adler, Guido, 1855-1941.
 Guido Adler correspondence, [ca. 1880-1938].
 15 linear ft.

 Arranged in alphabetical order by correspondent's name.

 Guido Adler (1855-1941), Viennese musicologist, educator, and author.

 The collection consists of correspondence of Guido Adler from ca. 1880-1938.
The letters detail the activities of Adler throughout his life and contain
information on his participation in musical societies, his work organizing the
Haydn and Beethoven centennial festivals, and his editorship of the HANDBUCH
DER MUSIKGESCHICHTE. Along with correspondence to Adler, the series includes
drafts of Adler's response or typed carbon copies. Notable correspondents
include Johannes Brahams, Anton Bruckner, Pablo Casals, Alfred Einstein, Alma
Maria Mahler, Gustav Mahler, Remain Rolland, and Arnold Schoenberg.

 Forms part of: Guido Adler papers.

 Calendar available in repository.

The collection is entirely in German.
Cite as: Guido Adler correspondence. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.


 I. Handbuch der musikgeschichte. 2. Authors, Austrian—Vienna. 3. Music-
Societies, etc. 4. Music festivals. 5. Musicologists—Austria—Vienna. 6.
Musicology-Austria-Vienna. 7. Brahms, Johannes, 1833-1897. 8. Bruckner,
Anton, 1824-1896. 9. Casals, Pablo, 1876-1973. 10. Einstein, Alfred, 1880-1952.
 II. Mahler, Anna Maria. 12. Mahler, Gustav, 1860-1911. 13. Rolland, Romain,
 1866-1944. 14. Schenberg, Arnold, 1874-1951 I. GAGP
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Ms 769


Adler, Guide, 1855-1941
 Guide Adler clippings, [ca. 1863-1933].
 6.5 linear ft.

 Arranged in alphabetical order.

 Guide Adler (1855-1941), Viennese musicologist, educator, and author.

 The collection consists of clippings of Guide Adler from ca. 1863 - 1933. The
clippings were taken from newspapers and periodicals and consist of articles or
reviews by or about Adler, written by students or colleagues, and subjects of
interest to Adler. Also includes entire pamphlets or monographs relating to
topics represented by the clippings.

 Forms part of: Guido Adler papers.

Calender available in repository.

The collection is entirely in German.
Cite as: Guido Adler clippings. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.

1. Authors, Austrian—Vienna. 2. Musicologists—Austria—Vienna. 3.
Musicology—Austria—Vienna. 4. Pamphlets. I. GAGP
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Ms 769


Adler, Guide, 1855-1941.
 Guido Adler academic files, 1880-1927.
 3 linear ft.

 Arranged in alphabetical order.

 Guido Adler (1855-1941), Viennese musicologist, educator, and author.

 The collection consists of academic files of Guido Adler from 1880-1927. The
files include correspondence, research notes, musical examples, lists of
students, copies of dissertations, and reports recommending educational
reforms. The materials document Adler's teaching career and the educational
system within which he worked.

Forms part of: Guido Adler papers.

Calendar available in repository.

 The collection is entirely in German.

Cite as: Guido Adler academic files. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.


 1. Educational change-Austria. 2. Music-Instruction and study-Austria. 3.
Musicologists-Austria-Vienna. 4. Musicology-Austria-Vienna. 5. Universities
and colleges-Austria-Faculry. I. GAGP
      ADLER, GUIDO COLLECTION — ACQUISITION


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 Accession No..—T.r__________            Dates Covered

 Date __1^^£L^1?______                   Number of Items _JE!

 Name of Collection ...^^?..^^I^°^^°^..-.-J^^^^IL




 Given by
 Deposited by
 Purchased from
 Other terms

 Date & method of arrival


 DESCRIPTION


           This collection deals mainly with the University's acquisition of the
      Guido Adler Collection. The correspondence is mainly between Hugh Hodgson
      and Guido Adler's son, Hubert J. Adler. Included are lists, correspondence,
      etc. Also, discussed is the Austrian Ministry of Education seizing part
      of the collection.




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Ms 3203



African-American schools in Monroe County, Georgia.
  Photographs, 1931-1935


20 items



        This collection includes 16 exterior views (2 per page) of African-American
schools, apparently all in Monroe County, Georgia. School groups are also shown in
most of the pictures. One page of photographs is entitled "Schools of Monroe County
Feb. 26, 1934 - June 30, 1935 [supervisor - J.H. Benjamin." Another page is entitled
"Demonstration School - Forsyth, Georgia - Summer 1934." Also with the collection is a
page of miscellaneous items including two clippings and one ticket stub (1931-1935). On
the reverse of this page is a picture of The Log Cabin Country Life Center in Mayfield,
Georgia.


       Cite as African-American schools in Monroe County, Georgia. Photographs.
Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens,
Ga. 30602




1.   Benjamin, J.H.
2.   Forsyth (Ga.) - Education
3.   Mayfield (Ga.). - The Log Cabin Country Life Center
4.   Monroe Co. (Ga.) - Education
5.   Photographs
6.   Schools - Georgia - Monroe County
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  Ms 2114
Agenoria (Ship)
 Agenoria (Ship) records, 1779-1798.
 1 v.

   The Agenoria was a slave ship which arrived in Savannah, Georgia in 1797 " '
. carrying 67 slaves from Africa.

 The collection consists of a volume pertaining to the slave ship Agenoria from
  1797-1798. The volume records in detail the sale of the 67 slaves brought from
 Africa to Savannah, Georgia and includes the number and sex of slaves sold, to
 whom they were sold, price paid, as well as the auction of remaining slaves.
 Additional entries contain itemized accounts of expenses for food, clothing,
 nursing, and selling the slaves. The document was apparently used as evidence
 in a legal suit between Godwise, Ludlow and Co. and John and Benjamin Brown.
  Finding aid available in repository.

 Cite as: Agenoria (Ship) records. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
 University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.

  1. Godwise. Ludlow & Co. 2. Slavery—Georgia. 3. Slave-trade—Georgia. 4.
 Slave records—Georgia. 5. Slave traders—Georgia. 6. Savannah (Ga.) I. GAGP
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Ms 3143

Aiken, Conrad (Conrad Potter), 1889-1973
Letter to Wesley Hartley, 1957 August 5
1 item

Conrad Aiken (1889-1973) novelist and poet, born in 1889 in Savannah, Georgia was a
Pulitzer Prize winner in 1930 and Poet Laureate of Georgia in 1973.

The collection consists of a letter with envelope from Conrad Aiken in Brewster,
Massachussetts to Wesley Hartley, an educator, in Los Angeles, California. In the letter
Aiken discusses the importance of the educational experience.

Cite as: Conrad Aiken letter to Wesley Hartley, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602

1. Aiken, Conrad, 1889-1973-Correspondence 2. Poets, American - 20th Century
3. Authors, America—20th Century
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                            8Ul                                      1970-1973
  Accession No. —----- --                        Dates Covered -   ____.____
  Date     February, 197*+                       Number rf ^         * "*"
 ' Name of Collection              Conrad Aiken Papers




 Given by : Eugene O'Neil of the bookshop "In Our Time" - Cambridge, Mass,
 Deposited by
 Purchased from
 Oilier terms
 Date & method of arrival :       Mail. Dec. 1973 via Max Gilstrap, head of
                                  Bibliographic Services.

 DESCRIPTION :
               One letter and one post card from Conrad Aiken to Eugene
           O'Neil of the "in Our Time" bookshop, re books belonging to
           Aiken T s brothers. Covering letters between Mr. Gilstrap and
           Mr. O'Neil.


               Press release Nov. 17, 1969. Concerning Aiken's receipt of
          the 1969 National Medal for Literature. (Purchase. Received Oct., 1975)




UGL 832
AIKEN, CONRAD ~ POEM




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Accession No.                           Dates Covered     Undated

Date   5 November 1977                  Number of Items

Name of Collection               — POEM




Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from — David Battan
Other terms

Date & method of arrival    October 1977 via mail


DESCRIPTION     Conrad Aiken, Savannahian and major twentieth century American
poet and essayist, has contributed greatly to the mainstream of contemporary
literature. This collection consists of a one-page complete typescript of
Aiken's poem "Maya" signed by the author.
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Ms 73



Akehurst / Lines family papers, 1850-1914 (bulk 1858-1883).
 1.3 linear ft.
 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm.                    • .
 Arranged in chronological order.

 Jennie Akehurst and Sylvanus Lines married August 11, 1859. Daughter Daisy
born August 7, 1864. Other family members include Anna Maria Akehurst, wife of
Jennie's brother Joseph.
 The collection consists of correspondence and diaries of the Akehurst/Lines
families from 1850-1914. The bulk of the correspondence contains letters
between Jennie Akehurst, a teacher at Covington, Georgia and Sylvanus Lines of
Fayetteville Georgia during their courtship (1857-1860) and married life (1861-
1874). Topics discussed include family matters, life in Georgia, and news of
relatives Another portion of the correspondence consists of letters to and
from Daisy Lines while teaching in Irvington, Georgia (1882-1898). Includes
drafts of letters to and letters from Jerome Reneau, writing from Greene
County Alabama and Texas; correspondence to Jennie Lines; and correspondence
from Daisy's aunt Anna Marie Akehurst Barham. Topics discussed include Reneau
and Daisy's friendship, Reneau's farming in Alabama, social events, Daisy's
teaching, and family news.
 The diaries were written by Jennie Akehurst Lines (1859-1861 and 1861-1871)
and Anna Maria Akehurst Barham (1861-1871). Jennie's diary entries prior to
1861 mainly concern financial hardships and personal matters. Beginning in
1860 entries discuss the political climate, the 1860 election, abolitionists,
and slavery. For 1861 -1866, the diary contains information on Georgia's
succession from the union, social life and living conditions during the Civil
War problems with slaves, and freedmen. Entries for 1866-1871 again mainly
focus on personal matters. The Barham diary contains entries pertaining to the
Female Orphans' Asylum (Macon, Ga.), where she was matron, the South's reaction
to the Battle of Bull Run, economic and living conditions in Georgia during the
Civil War, problems with Confederate currency, cotton planting both during and
after the war, and problems hiring and supervising freedmen.

 Diaries also available on microfilm.

 Cite as: Akehurst / Lines family papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
 Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
 1. Akehurst family. 2. Lines family. 3. Female Orphan's Asylum (Macon, Ga.) 4.
State succession. 5. Women—Georgia—Diaries 6. Abolitionists-United States.
7. Cotton farmers—Georgia. 8. Freedmen-Georgia. 9. Orphanages—Georgia. 10.
Presidents-United States-Election-1860. 11. Private schools-Georgia. 12.
Slavery—Georgia. 13. Teachers-Georgia. 14. Confederate States of America-
Economic conditions. 15. Confederate States of America-Social conditions. 16.
Georgia-History-Civil War, 1861-1865. 17. United States-Politics and
government-1857-1861. 18. Georgia-Social life and customs-19th century. 19.
Diaries. I. Barham, Anna Maria. II. Lines, Daisy. III. Lines, Jennie Akehurst.
IV. Lines, Sylvanus. V. Reneau, Jerome.
             Akehurst - Lines Collection
                        Ms 73
                      Inventory
Box   Folder               Description
1       1                  Letters 1850-1857
        2                  Letters 1858
        3                  Letters 1859
        4                  Letters 1860-1861
        5                  Letters 1862-1865
        6                  Letters 1868
       7                   Letters 1869 Jan.-Feb.
       8                   Letters 1869 March, Undated
       9                   Letters 1871 May-July
        10                 Letters 1871 August
        11                 Letters 1871 September
        12                 Letters 1874-1878
        13                 Letters 1882 Jan.-April
        14                 Letters 1882 May-Dec.
2       1                  Diary 1851 Amelia J. Akehurst
                           (Jennie?)
        2                  Diary 1855 Amelia J. Akehurst
                           (Jennie?)
        3                  Diary 1856 A. Jennie Akehurst
       4                   Letters 1883 Jan.-March
       5                   Letters 1883 April-Sept.
        6                  Letters 1883 Oct.-Dec.
        7                  Letters 1884 Jan.-Aug.
       8                   Letters 1884 Sept.-Dec.
       9                   Letters 1885-1887
                    Akehurst - Lines Collection
                               Ms 73
Box        Folder           Description
2            10             Letters 1880's, Undated
             11             Letters 1891-1895
             12             Letters 1889, 1896, 1899, Undated
             13             Letters 1901-1914
             14             Letters - Fragments
             15             Letters - Undated
             16             Envelopes


3            1              Diary 1857 A. Jennie Akehurst
             2              Diary 1858 Jennie Akehurst
             3              Diary 1858 Oct.-1859 August
                            Jennie Akehurst
             4              Diary 1859 - 1860
                            Jennie Akehurst Lines
             5              Diary 1861 - 1871
                            Jennie Akehurst Lines
             6              Diary 1861 - 1871
                            Anna Maria Akehurst (Barham)
             7              Miscellaneous
             8              Pictures


Note: Diaries are also on microfilm (located in Hargrett Library)
ALABAMA LAND DEED


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     Accession No._—323_______                   Dates Covered ———_J_k2.

     Date _Julyj_1262_________                   Number of Items ___]_______

     Name of Collection __Alabama_LaaiJ2eaa________________________




     Given by Judge S. Price Gilbert, Sea Island, Ga.
     Deposited by
     Purchased from
     Other terms

     Date & method of arrival   vi a Ralph Stephens,   University of Ga. Press
                                November 28,

     DESCRIPTION U-S> government deed of land to Ralph 0. Howard, signer of
     Alabama Ordinance of Secession. Deed includes land now in Russell County,
     Alabama, near Columbus, Georgia.
     Land now C19U5D owned by Price Gilbert, Jr.




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ima (Ship). - Claims




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     Accession No.     1^99                      Dates Covered   1868-1875

     Date   31 May 1979                          Number of Items
     Name of Collection       Alabama (Ship).   Claims




     Given by
     Deposited by
     Purchased from    Harvey Dan Abrams
     Other terms

     Date & method of arrival        1979


     DESCRIPTION

          Various claims (1868-1875) against the U.S. Government "by individuals con
     cerning losses incurred when the Confederate Steamer Alabama was sunk.
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Ms 3218

Alberti, Edwin R., d. ca. 1862
Edwin R. Alberti papers, 1798-1863
.25 linear ft.

Edwin R. Alberti was a cadet at Philadelphia Military Academy 1814-1817. In 1820 he
was a 1 st Lieutenant in the United States Army Light Artillery, later transferring to the 4th
Artillery in Savannah, Georgia. He resigned in 1827. On January 23, 1823 he married
Mary Sadler, the daughter of Henry Sadler (d. 1828) of Camden County, Georgia.
Alberti owned Woodstock Mills, a steam sawmill, in Nassau County, Florida ca. 1840-
1860. In 1853 he purchased the sloop B. S. Newcomb.

The collection contains letters, military orders, bills of sale, accounts, a poem, and legal
documents. Military papers include President John Quincy Adam's order of November
 1826 restoring Alberti to active duty after an inquiry into alleged misconduct. There are
numerous documents concerning the sale of slaves. Alberti had power of attorney to
handle the estate of Henry R. Sadler, his brother-in-law, and these papers deal with the
accounts of the heirs and the distribution of slaves. Alberti was also administrator of the
estate of Joseph D. Lauck who died in 1819 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. An 1837
poem "Lines written on the death of my father, George F. Alberti, M.D." is included, but
the writer is not identified.

Finding aid available in repository

Cite as: Edwin R Alberti papers, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University
of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA, 30602

1. United States. Army. Artillery, 4th 2. Sadler family 3. Camden County (Ga.)
4. Nassau County (Fla.) 5. B. S. Newcomb (Sloop) 6. Slave bills of sale 7. Slavery
                     Edwin R. Albert! papers
                            Ms 3218

                             	Inventory

Folder       Description

   1     Papers - Edwin R. Alberti 1820-1863

   2     Military papers - Edwin R Alberti 1822-1827

   3     Sloop B. S. Newcomb 1851-1853

   4     Sale of slaves 1844-1862

   5     Henry R. Sadler family and estate - sale of slaves 1830-1860

  6      Henry R Sadler estate 1854-1860

  7      Joseph D. Lauck estate 1798-1820
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Ms 1299


Albertype Co.
Albertype Co, photographs, [ca. 1920-1940].


6.75 linear ft.

Arranged in alphabetical order by geographic name.

The collection consists of 1206 negatives and copy prints of various towns in Georgia
taken by the Albertype Co. from ca. 1920-1940 for the production of postcards and
souvenir albums. There are numerous photographs of Atlanta, Macon, Milledgeville,
Mount Berry and Berry College, Savannah, Sea Island, Thomasville, Valdosta and Warm
Springs, Georgia.


Cite as: Albertype Company photographs. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602.


1. Berry College — Photographs.
2. Atlanta (Ga.)--Photographs.
3. Macon (Ga.) — Photographs.
4. Milledgeville (Ga.) -- Photographs.
5. Mount Berry (Ga.)—Photographs.
6. Savannah (Ga.)--Photographs.
7. Sea Island (Ga.)--Photographs.
8. Thomasville (Ga.)—Photographs.
9. Valdosta (Ga.)--Photographs.
10. Warm Springs (Ga.)~Photographs.
11. Photographs.
lERMM, SAMUEL



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      Accession No._ 39k_________                  Dates Covered ____==_

     Date ——Jlil3U~12&2________                    Number of Items ___1-Item,

      Name of Collection ^,_j5amu5l Al d^t-ma/p_poems




     Given by Charles F. Heartman, Beauvoir Community, Rte. 2, Biloxi, Miss.
     Deposited by
     Purchased from
     Other terms

     Date Si method of arrival unknown


      DESCRIPTION        10 pages of handwritten poems by Samuel Alderman of Bulloch
      County, Georgia.




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Ms 154



Alien, Edwin H.
 Edwin H. Alien account book, 1832.
 Iv.

 Arranged in chronological order.

Edwin H. Alien, tanner, harness maker, and shoemaker of Clinton, Jones County,
Georgia.

 The collection consists of an account book of Edwin H. Alien for his tanning
and leather business in Clinton, Jones County, Georgia from September -
November 1832. The entries contain the customer's name, service rendered or
item purchased, and price. The account book also includes a cash account for
September and cash paid out in October.

Also known as the John Toles daybook.

Cite as: Edwin H. Alien account book. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.


 1. Leather industry and trade—Georgia. 2. Tanners—Georgia. 3. Clinton (Ga.)
4. Jones County (Ga.) 5. Account book. 6. Business records. I. GAGP II. Title:
John Toles daybook.
 ALIEN, HERVEY — LETTER
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 Accession No.      IT?_______             Dates Covered

 Date     PP R fyp'hpTn'hp:r 1Q77          Number of Items

 Name of Collection ——Ttervev Alien — Letter




 Given by
 Deposited by
 Purchased from Current Company, Bristol, Khode Island
 Other terms

 Date & method of arrival 6 September 1977 by mail


 DESCRIPTION This one-page typed letter signed by Hervey Alien, dated
 21 December 1956, is to Professor Egbert S. Oliver of the Department of English,
 Willamette College. The letter concerns Alien's granting permission for
 Professor Oliver to use his poem "The Blindman" and directing Oliver to
 Farrar and Rinehart, publishers, for further details.




UGL 832
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Accession No.        .t.7?0—                  Dates Covered      1853-1872

Date     18 January 1982                      Number of Items       13

Name of Collection                 Alien, William D.   Papers.




Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from        Harvey Dan Abrams
Other terms

Date & method of arrival       Winter 1980


DESCRIPTION

     This collection contains receipts of payment, bills, and other papers
relating to the financial dealings of William D. Alien of Fort Valley,
Georgia.
[OWD, MARCUS B.



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    Accession No.—_2£5________               Dates Covered

    Date .-.July.ji-iS^i__________           Number of Items __2-and-coweidfig-;

     Name of Collection    Marcus B. Allmond- Agr-ionla., ^ Triyi__________




    Given by    Alien E. Allmond, 151* Carnegie Way, Atlanta, Georgia
    Deposited by
    Purchased from
    Other terms

    Date & method of arrival   Mall, 193!;


     DESCRIPTION Typescript of long poem (6P.) and 1 page of quotes from various
     people concerning Estelle, another poem by same author. Covering letter.




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                   N                                  " •
 Accession No.__2850_£M)___             Dates Covered _____
 Date 26 May 1993_______                Number of Ttem. 16 Paees > 3^ photos
 Name of CoUection Sarah Allums' Photograph Album_______________




 Given by Andrew Prather, II, .Columbus GA              •
 Deposited by                                     . •
 Purchased from
 Other terms                          v                                  •
 Date & method of arrival via express mall, 26 May 93                '         '

               Consists of 3^ photographs Mr. Prather copied from
               ^^ original album, now in his possession, plus an
  index and general information. Sarah Allums of Cusseta, GA was
  born 1853. Also pictured are members of .the George family of
  Talbot Co GA




111/4-tl/lOO
Ms 3107

Altamaha Riverkeeper Collection
.25 linear ft.

The Altamaha Riverkeeper is an organization in Darien, GA whose purpose is "to restore
and preserve the habitat, water and flow of the mighty Altamaha - from its headwaters in
North Georgia to its terminus at the Atlantic Coast."

The collection contains -

Printed material:
Altamaha Riverkeeper newsletters 1999-2001
"A Strategic Plan for Mclntosh County"

Canvas tote bag with Altamaha Riverkeeper logo
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Ms 2201



American Association for the United Nations in Georgia.
 American Association for the United Nations in Georgia records, 1948-1955.
 .25 linear ft.

 Arranged in chronological order.

 The American Association for the United Nations was a national education
organization established to build public support for the United Nations. The
Georgia affiliate organization was established in 1951. Elizabeth Powell
served as the field supervisor.

 The collection consists of records of the American Association for the United
Nations in Georgia from 1948-1955. Includes mainly correspondence of Georgia
field secretary, Elizabeth Powell concerning the founding of the organization
and its educational activities in promoting public support for the United
Nations. Of particular note is correspondence from Estelle Linzer, the
national field secretary of the American Association for the United Nations.

 Cite as: American Association for the United Nations in Georgia records.
Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA
30602.


 1. United Nations. 2. American Association for the United Nations. 3. United
Nations associations. 4. International cooperation—Societies, etc. 5. Public
relations—Georgia. I. Linzer, Estelle Muriel, 1918- II. Powell, Elizabeth.
III. GAGP
SRICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN


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      Accession No.——32^________                    Dates Covered

      Date _-__JL965____________                    Number of Items ___66___

      Name of Collection —American_Assemiation of-JJniru-gj-Hlt.y Wn^en,   Athens,, Georgia

                           ____jjyftjiPn -__L ?mfcT*s.__ ______   __   _           ___ ___



      Given by Miss Cahrlotte Newton, 892 Prince Ave., Athens, Ga.
      Deposited by
      Purchased from
      Other terms

      Date & method of arrival    Jan . 27> 1965_ by mss Nevton-


      DESCRIPTION       Note:The American Association of University Women, Athens,
      Georgia, Branch was (apparently) first started in 192U. It seems to have
      continued, more or less consecutively until sometime in the 1950's. It was
      understood "by the Library that the papers of this Branch were to be turned
      over to the Library, but these papers have never been received.

      This present collection is a small one, given the Library by Miss Charlotte
      Newton, who has been a member and has held offices in the Athens Branch; these
      papers will be helpful in giving a partial picture of AAUW activities for
      the period covered.
                                                                             -i


      The Collection consists of:

      Letters: 13
      Minutes and reports, etc.: 9
      Programs and Yearbooks: 15
      Miscellaneous and Newspaper clippings: 29
      A total of 66 pieces, containing such material as:

              By-laws of the Georgia Division, minutes of some of the meetings in 1952,
              committee reports, news items, memorials, maps of Georgia showing location
              of lists of Athens Branch for certain years- Yearbooks of Athens Branch,
              19^5-1953, Programs, letters to and from President and secretary of
              Athens Branch.
              3 items about the American Heritage Program in Georgia have been filed in
              the vertical file under Georgia-American Heritage.




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     Accession No. ..—391________                   Dates Covered ——l8it2

     Date __J§£jL_5ju~1263______..                  Number of Items ____..

     Name of Collection -__Jj5erJ.-qan nolnm'p.a.t.i'nn .Snm'pt.yi- TVrnaHg-i^




     Given by
     Deposited by
     Purchased from Estate of L. Hargrett
     Other terms

     Date & method of arrival   j^. 1963, WPK


     DESCRIPTION American Colonization Society
     Expedition for Liberia. [Washington, 181*211

      Broadside, on the first page of a folded sheet which also bears an ALS by
      R.R. Gurley, secretary of the Society, to Sen. W.C. Rives of Va. Dated April
      20, 181*2

             "The fine ample ship Mariposa is. . .expected to sail... with more than 80
              slaves who have been trained up for liberty and are now to be manumitted
              by a single generous -minded individual...".




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Ms 398

American Crusaders. Grand Lodge of Mississippi.
 Grand Lodge of Mississippi constitution, [ca. 1870].
 1 item.

  American Crusaders, Grand Lodge of Mississippi was a secret vigilance society
 formed during the Reconstruction era in Mississippi.

The collection consists of a constitution of the Grand Lodge of Mississippi of
the American Crusaders from ca. 1870, The document sets forth the society's
goals to protect the U.S. government and constitution from any "changes and
innovations" of the "Republican or Radical party", to fight against such
changes, and to uphold the supremacy of the white race. The constitution is a
copy made in the 19th century and does not include any signatures or member
names.

Cite as: American Crusaders, Grand Lodge of Mississippi constitution.
 Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA
30602

 1. Secret societies—Mississippi. 2. Vigilantes—Mississippi. 3. Men—
Mississippi-'Societies and clubs. 4. Mississippi-Politics and government-1865-
1950. 5. Constitution.
ICAN LEGION


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     Accession No. ___ -6.7_______               Dates Covered

     Date __——_____________                      Number of Items ___S

     Name of Collection ._-j5msxi£LarL.LagiQn.-Q£-.G&nrgi a-_Scrapbooks__




     Given bv Charles, G. Cordle, Departmental Historian, Augusta, Georgia
     Deposited by
     Purchased from
     Other terms

     Date & method of arrival


      DEbCRlrllON Clippings, programs, etc., pertaining to American Legion activities.
      Department of Georgia. Compiled "by Mr. C.G. Cordle, Departmental Historian.




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     Accession No.__322_________                           Dates Covered

     Date _JkffliS±_13*_12£5_____                          Number of Items ___ii_

     Name of Collection __American-JiatlQnaL
                            CoirtTr "5 "ht^P flVifll T*n




     Given by Miss Catherine Newton, Prince Ave., Athens, Ga.                  30601
     Deposited by
     Purchased from
     Other terms

     Date & method of arrival July, 1965 via Miss Charlotte Newton


     DESCRIPTION Eleven items, letters, booklets, etc. for 19^7-8 re the Nutrition
     Committee of the Athens Chapter of the American National Red Cross.
     Miss Catherine Newton was chairman of this committee.




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Ms 3038

Ames family
Letters, 1872-1875, 1905
25 items

Letters written 1872-1875 from Mr. and Mrs. James Tyler Ames in Roswell, Georgia to
their daughter Sarah Woodworth in Chicopee, Massachusetts. Apparently Ames went
South for a few months because of health and business problems. Most of the letters deal
with family matters, although there is some mention of the business (Ames
Manufacturing Company) in Chicopee. There are two letters to Ames from Mark Cooper
concerning the mineral corundum. The 1905 letter is from Charles Bass to Sarah
regarding the death of her husband Albert C. Woodworth.

Cite as: Ames family letters. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of
Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602.

1. Ames, James Tyler, 1810-1883     2. Ames Manufacturing Company (Chicopee, Ma.)
3. Corundum
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Ms 3153

Amos D. Smith & Company
Business papers, 1840-1867
30 items

Amos D. Smith & Company (formerly A. D. & J. Y. Smith Co.) cotton merchants located
in Providence, Rhode Island.

The collection consists of letters written to the company from 1840-1867. Most of the
letters are from cotton merchants in Columbus and Savannah, Georgia. The letters
discuss the cotton market, cotton prices and shipping orders including invoices and
receipts. A letter dated November 15, 1867 is written on a printed copy of "Savannah
Weekly Review and Prices Current." The companies include Hall & Dexter (later
Charles E. & Amory Dexter); Padelford, Fay & Co. (later Padelford & Cope); Ruse,
Davis & Long; and N. L. McCready & Co. (in New York).

Cite as: Amos D. Smith & Company business papers, Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602

1. Cotton trade—Georgia 2. Cotton trade—Rhode Island 3. Commission merchants-
Georgia 4. Smith, James Y. 5. Smith, Amos D. 6. Hall & Dexter (Columbus, Ga.) 7.
Charles E. & Amory Dexter (Columbus, Ga.) 8. Padelford, Fay & Company (Savannah,
Ga.) 9. Padelford & Cope (Savannah, Ga.) 10. Ruse, Davis & Long (Savannah, Ga.) 11.
N. L. McCready & Company (New York)
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 Accession No.    1518_______                ' Dates Covered   7 May 1865
 Date      19 July 1979______                  Number of Items.
 Name of Collection           Anderson/Davisson Letter (Xerox)




 Given by                  Gary Doster, Watkinsville, Ga.
 Deposited by
 Purchased from
 Other terms          '"                                                    :
 Date & method of arrival


 DESCRIPTION


      This letter written by R. C. Andersen, Windsor Court House, 7 May 1865
to Dr. H. C. Davisson talks of their plans to return South. In an earlier
letter Davisson apparently expressed the view that the South was responsible
for Lincoln's assasination. Anderson gives his opposing views in this letter.
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  Accession No..__ZZ2S_______                  Dates Covered     1939-19A5.

  Date      1 October 1990______               Number of Items   64 items.

  Name of Collection         Ms. A. Baldridge Anderson Collection.




  Given by     Ms. A. Baldridge Anderson       121 South Island Square Drive
  Deposited by                                 St. Simons Island, GA 31522
  Purchased from
  Other terms
  Date & method of arrival     22 September 1990


   DESCRIPTION

                 Ms. _A. Baldridge Anderson Collection, Ms 2728, includes

             letters of correspondence, photographs, newspaper articles,

            military pins and medals, and misc. items all relating to

            World War II.




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Accession No.                              Dates Covered   ca. 1930 - 198l
Date February 7, 19»5_____                  Number of Items ___ZP°°_____
Name of Collection         Anderson, Richard LeConte.

                           Genealogical Papers.




Given bv      Richard LeConte Anderson     nnd Lillinn S. Andersen
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms

Date & method of arrival
                           given in two installments, one delivered in June of 19^0
                     and the other picked up by Larry Galley in   Dec. of 1981.
DESCRIPTION

           Richard Leconte Anderson researched his family genealogy for
many years, culminating in a three volumed book with the contents of
his research. In this collection his notes are included with clippings,
photographs and other LeConte and allied families' information. His
fcook was published shortly after hie denth in 1981.




       1.   LeConte family.
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Ms 1756




Andersonville Prison photographs, 1864.
 7 items.

 The collection consists of seven photographs of Andersonville Prison
originally taken on August 17,1864, when there were 53,000 Union prisoners in
the stockade. Theodore Wiseman secured the original views in 1865, from a
chest in Capt. Wirz's home in Andersonville, Georgia. In 1883, he copyrighted
the photos and sold sets to the public. The photos depict various views of the
prison yard including a bird's eye view of the prison yard and a burying party
in the graveyard north of the yard. The collection also includes a print of a
map of the prison taken from the SANITARY BULLETIN (v. 1, No. 21).

 Finding aid available in repository.

Cite as: Andersonville Prison photographs. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.

 1. Confederate States of America Army~Prisons~Photographs. 2. Andersonville
Prison—Photographs. 3. Military prisons—Georgia—Photographs. 4.
Andersonville (Ga.)--Photographs. 5. Georgia-History-Civil War, 1861-1865-
Prisoners and prisons—Photographs. 6. Photographs.
NDREA, LEONARDO


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  Accession No..-_1221_______                Dates Covered .   1913-1966
  Date _SLDecosbar_!2ZZ_____                 Number of Items _1__3_

   Name of Collection .




  Given by     Richard Harwell
  Deposited by
  Purchased from
  Other terms

  Date & method of arrival    9 December 1977 by Mr. Harwell


   DESCRIPTION       Leonardo Andrea served for a period in the early 1950's
  as superintendent of schools for Edgefield, South Carolina. He evidently
  was also a prolific letter writer as this collection shows. There are
  letters to Andrea (or di Andrea) from writers and political figures as
  diverse as Thomas Heflin and George W. Norris, Booth Tarkington and Vincenzo
  dT : Aquila. Andrea apparently considered himself a socialist, was a South
  Carolina elector for the Socialist Party in 1952, and received occasional
  correspondence from New Masses and other similar publications. Although the
  majority of the collection consists of single letters from individuals, there
  are several letters to Andrea from Patterson Wardlaw concerning school "busi
  ness and an interesting group of letters from Oswald Garrison Villard, the
  biographer of John Brown and editor of The Nation.




              J..CK-P.-':
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                        2073                    Dates Covered     Victorian
   Accession No..
                 15 July 1983                   Number of Items
   Date
                                    Andrews, Cora Morgan
    Name of Collection
                                    Scrapbook



   Given by
   Deposited by                 _
   Purchased from               Provenance unknown
   Other terms

   Date & method of arrival


   DESCRIPTION

   Victorian scrapbook containing mostly newspaper clippings.




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Accession No..—-__J_--——————                     Dates Covered ________
Date ___ZJE£?E^^1?L__                            Number of Items-_J7jl.6jne8ativeB,_21_printB)

 Name of Collection ^^J^^LJ^Il______'.________________________
                        Photographs.



Given by Lent by J. Randall Lindsey
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms

Date & method of arrival


 DESCRIPTION
     These photographs are of various Andrews and allied family members.            The
 Andrews lived in Wilkes County, Georgia.

 No. 1      This seems to be identical to the illustration in E. F. Andrews War-Time
            Journal of a Georgia Girl which states that it is "from a pencil sketch
            made at the time," i.e. May 1865.
 No.    2   Rosemary Hill (Harris)
 No.    J Paul Hill Irwin, older brother ( half brother) of Mrs. Mildred Irwin Hill
            whose first husband was Garnett Green.
 No.    k.' Cannot identify, but many resemble the Andrews. Man standing second from
            left (back row) might be Russell Hogue. Woman standing fourth from left
            (back row) might be same as unidentified photo of woman (Stewart & Friend,
            Birmingham). Woman seated (front row) third from left might be Mrs. T. M.
            Green.
 No.    5   Haywood, Washington, Georgia. Taken in the winter of 1866.
 No.    6   Resembles the Andrews. "Stewert & Friend, Birmingham" photo mentioned
            on photo no. 4.
 No.    7. Marsh, Addie, and the three little boys. Probably Daniel Marshall Andrews,
            son of Judge Garnett Andrews, and his wife Adaline B. VanCourt and their
            three sons.
 No.    8. John Frederick Andrews, son of Judge Garnett Andrews.
 No.     9  Mrs. T. M. Green (Metta Andrews), daughter of Judge Garnett Andrews,
            mother of Garnett Green.
 No.    10 Mrs. T. M. Greem (Metta Andrews), daughter of Judge Garnett Andrews,
            mother of Garnett Green.
 No.    11"- l6 Garnett Green



       1.        Andrews Family.   2.   Wilkes County, Georgia.




•?13/l-78/«>nn
!LEY FAMILY LETTERS


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    Accession No.JJg lU*9______                Dates Covered 186?
    Date ______1 March 1979                    Number of Items

     Name of Collection   ANSLEY FAMILY LETTERS




    Given by      Harvey Dan    Abrams, Atlanta, Georgia
    Deposited by
    Purchased from
    Other terms

    Date & method of arrival   15 February 1979 "by Richard Harwell


     DESCRIPTION
                      Written from Garden Valley, Texas, postmarked Tyler, Texas, the
                      two letters are apparently from husband and wife, J. R. and
                      Gilly Ansley, to a husband and vife, 0. and Elizabeth Walls of
                      Thomaston, Georgia. Letters in crude fashion describe the scenes
                      and happenings in the new home.
  ANTEBELLUM SOUTH      LETTER FRCM ALABAMA

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Accession No. _12Q£_________            Dates Covered   circa i

Date   18 November 1977____             Number of Items __1

Name of Collection   Antebellum South — Letter from Alabama_




Given by StephensMitchell, Atlanta, Georgia
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms

Date & method of arrival 1970 by mail


DESCRIPTION This most interesting four-page letter recounts a trip through the
 South, particularly detailing the journey through Georgia. Although some
 space is given over to criticism of the institution of slavery, the correspon
 dent (signing her first name only, "Lucretia") spends much time describing
 the cities and plantations of Georgia. Impressed by Augusta, she writes,
 "the streets are four times as vri.de as our avenues, many beautiful public
 buildings, large stores, well stocked, and every indication of a prosperous
 business." Writing to her father in New York, she is not as impressed with
 the plantation system, but does chronicle much of the scenery, conditions,
 agricultural methods, and other necessary information on the lifestyle.
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Ms 1674


Apalachee Improvement Club (Apalachee, Ga.)
 Apalachee Improvement Club records, 1911-1921.
 Iv.

 Arranged in chronological order.

The Apalachee Improvement Club was formed in December 1911 by citizens, mainly
women, of Apalachee, Georgia to improve the homes, streets, and public
buildings of Apalachee.

 The collection consists of records of the Apalachee Improvement Club
(Apalachee, Morgan County, Georgia) from December 1911 - December 1921.
Includes the organization's by-laws, constitution, membership rolls, and
minutes relating to the society's efforts to beautify and improve the homes,
streets, and public buildings of Apalachee. The club's activities included
bake sales to raise money, planting trees, and workshops to improve domestic
skills of the members.

Cite as: Apalachee Improvement Club (Apalachee, Ga.) records. Hargrett Rare
Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.


 1. Community development—Georgia. 2. Women—Georgia—Societies and clubs. 3.
Apalachee (Ga.) 4. Morgan County (Ga.) 5. Minutes. I. GAGP
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Ms 1677



Apalachee Methodist Church (Apalachee, Ga.)
 Apalachee Methodist Church Sunday school record books, 1896-1927.
 .5 linear ft.

 Arranged in chronological order.

 Apalachee Methodist Church located in Apalachee, Morgan County, Georgia.

 The collection consists of Sunday school record books of the Apalachee
Methodist Church (Apalachee, Ga.) from 1896-1919. The record books contain the
names of the officers, teachers, and students present at class and a brief
description of the contents of the class including opening song, scripture
lesson, collection, and weather.

Cite as: Apalachee Methodist Church Sunday school record books. Hargrett Rare
Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.

 1. Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 2. Methodists—Georgia. 3. Church
records and registers—Georgia—Morgan County. 4. Sunday schools—Georgia. 5.
Apalachee (Ga.) 6. Morgan County (Ga.) I. GAGP
;rong, R. F. - Letter




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           . _t      1501                       p.    „      , 10 December 1895
     Accession No. ———————————                  Dates Covered ____________
     Date    31 May 1979________                Number of Items _JL_________
      Name of Collection    R. F. Armstrong Letter




     Given by
     Deposited by
     Purchased from        Harvey Dan Abrams
     Other terms

     Date & method of arrival   Mav 1979


     DESCRIPTION
          R. F. Armstrong, Halifax, Nova Scotia, writes to Mrs. John Mclntosh Kell,
     Sunnyside, Georgia concerning the book Two Years on the Alabama written by
     Arthur Sinclair. He states: "... It is one of those books which are not books,
     It is Memoirs of Service Afloat slavishly followed and shamelessly pirated.
     He has taken Semmes' volume ... and condensed it ... into a trash pile of rub
     bish..."

            This letter is dated 10 December 1895-
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Ms 2831



Arnett, Eliza Jane, 1843-1915.
 Eliza Jane Arnett diary, 1864.
 .25 linear ft.

Eliza Jane Arnett (1843-1915), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Berrian Arnett, of
Wilkes County, Georgia.

 The collection consists of a diary of Eliza Jane Arnett from January 12 - June
30, 1864. The diary entries discuss family and home life, visits and visitors,
and social life in and around Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia. The
collection also contains a transcript of the diary and some genealogical notes.

Cite as: Eliza Jane Arnett diary. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.


 1. Women—Georgia—Diaries. 2. Wilkes County (Ga.)—Social life and customs-
19th century. 3. Washington (Ga.) 4. Diary. I. GAGP
     ARNOTT, J. N.        - CONTRACT, IbW



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 Accession No. .......i..................         Dates Covered

 Date .. __. Aj»il,_197^____.__                   Number of Items

 Name of Collection ...... .....£:..I:..^nott :_Contract




 Given by: Mrs- Ruby Arnette, 125 Lee Street, Athens, Ga. 30601
 Deposited by
 Purchased from
 Other terms

 Date & method of arrival :      Mrs. Arnette brought it in.        April


 DESCRIPTION.

           Contract between the Board of School Trustees of Boiling Spring,
     Allegheny County, West Virginia and J. R. Arnott to teach school for
     five months at a salary of $30.00 per month. Terms, length of school
     day and record keeping are spelled out. Fines are to be levied if
     reports are not in on time. Mr. Arnott was also responsible for making
     the fires and sweeping the floors of the school house, or causing these
     chores to be done. An interesting picture of a school teacher's life
     in the late 19th century.




                                            ###




UGL 832
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Ms 3141


Arrowheads and scrapers (Athens, Georgia vie.)

5 items



        Collection includes three arrowheads and two scrapers of Creek Indian origin.
All are from the Athens, Georgia vicinity.


          Located in Artifacts Section


      Cite as Arrowheads and scrapers (Athens, Georgia vie.), Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Ga. 30602.




1. Creek Indians-Georgia
2. Stone implements-Georgia
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 Accession No. 215?________               Dates Covered  1983
 ~        2k January, 1984                M ,      .        •"
 Date ——————————-______                   Number of
 ..      , _ „ .    Art From the Heart: Polk Art Project Field Notes
 Name of Collection ——————————————————————______________




   ;                 Lee Hunt Jones, Editor
 Given by            Assistant Director
 Deposited by        Office of Cultural Affairs
 Purchased from      P.O. Box kk&
 Other terms         Athens, Ga. 30603
 Date & method of arrival   January, 1984

 DESCRIPTION ^n^-s is a compilation of photocopies of interviews with folk
artists from a six county area surrounding Athens, Ga. The project was called
Art From the Heart and was carried out through the Office of Cultural Affairs,
Clarke County Board of Commissioners, with a grant from the Georgia Council for
the Arts and Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts. Work began in
July, 1982 and continued through June, 1983. This volume consists of photocopies
of the original field notes taken by the researcher, Dianne Penny.
     This volume is one of five copies.




313/10-32/5CO
ASHANTILLY PRESS COLLECTION



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Accession No. „.___.           ______                Dates Covered -..--.

Date . _ _ ... Ju:ne »J-9Zf___......                 Number of Items _._.88 _(at_

 Name of Collection ,_..__._AshantiJLl^:_Pjre.s&.CQll.ec_tiQn_.,..._.._.. ...._ _




Given by: William G. Haynes, Jr., John Bonner, Susan Tate, various other sources.
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms

Date & method of arrival :      From 1961 on -


 DESCRIPTION:
        This is not a manuscript collection per se, instead it is a collection

of printing done by the Ashantilly Press, Darien, Georgia.                          Some correspondence
from Mr. William G. Haynes, Jr. who owns and operates the Press is included.
Other materials are book jackets of books printed by Ashantilly, clippings,
advertisements, Christmas cards, church programs, and other examples of
beautiful printing done by the Press.                 The collection is constantly being

added to, so the count varies.




UGL 832
  ASHFORD, MOSELLE         -     "TEMPERAMENT AND PERSONALITY"

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Accession No.              8?2                 Dates Covered        no date
Date      October, 197^                        Number of Items __   1 volume
Name of Collection _____Moselle Ashford - "Temperament and Personality"




Given by           Admiral George Woodson Ashford, 2 Pine Ct. Coronado, Cal.
Deposited by       92118 and Admiral William Henry Ashford, Jr., 2^19 West
Purchased from     Lake Dr -» Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
Other terms
Date & method of arrival         Received September 30, 197^ via Miss Anne Billups


DESCRIPTION

      One volume of typescript, with author's added annotations of her
 doctoral dissertation from Vanderbilt University. Title of dissertation
 is: "Temperament and Personality." Dr. Ashford was a professor of
 psychology at Blue Mountain College, Blue Mtn., Mississippi, she also
 taught psychology at the University of Georgia at the summer sessions.




UGL 832
OCIATED PRESS ACCOUNT OF V-E DAY

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    Accession No.   **' 179 L * }                Dates Covered   ^ ?'
    Date     May 27 , 1976                       Number of
    Name of Collection         Associated Press Teletype Story of V-E Day




    Given by      Unknown
    Deposited by
    Purchased from
    Other terms

    Date & method of arrival                 .             ..          N
                                  Unknown    (Found among other papers)

    DESCRIPTION

          This manuscript collection is made up of three rolls of teletype news
    from the Associated Press dated May 7, 19^5- The first story, K 68, was
    datelined Washington and begins..."President Truman was conferring with aides
    in the executive offices today as news was flashed to the world from Reims
    of the unconditional surrender of German arms." The last story, K 137, is
    an advance to be released the following day of King George's message of con
    gratulations to General Eisenhower. In between are feature stories, chronolo
    gies of the war, cotton futures, and interviews.




   UGL 832
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Ms 134
Athenaeum Club (Athens. Ga.)
 Athenaeum Club records. 1885-1899.
 2v.


 Arranged by type of record.

 The Athenaeum Club was organized in 1885 in Athens. Georgia. Composed of
professionals and businessmen, its purpose was to promote social intercourse
among members and establish a reading room.
 The collection consists of the records of the Athenaeum Club located in
Athens, Georgia from 1885-1899. Includes minutes (January 1885 - April 1899),
treasurer's book (1895), and miscellaneous papers.

Cite as: Athenaeum Club (Athens. Ga.) records. Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602


1. Men—Georgia—Societies and clubs. 2. Associations, institutions, etc.—
Georgia. 3. Athens (Ga.) 4. Clark County (Ga.) 5. Learned institutions and
societies—Georgia. 6. Minutes. I. GAGP
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Ms 2979

Athenaeum Club [Walton County, Ga.]
Athenaeum Club Papers, 1899 - 1998.

The Athenaeum Club was organized in Monroe, Walton County, Georgia in August of
1899, with seventeen charter members and has continued to meet since that time. A
social and literary club, it was first know as the Irving Circle or Club. Meeting monthly
for nine months of the year, programs included reviews of literature, current topics and
original papers showing ability and literary merit were presented.

The papers of the Athenaeum Club consist of one bound book with founding rules and
1911 President's address, year books from 1901 - June 1947 and minutes and yearbooks
for most years September 1947 - May 1998. There is a summary of the first 50 years in
1:4 and the second fifty in 2:7. The Club will be adding minutes and other material
documenting the Club activities.

Photographs were made when the Club donated the materials and are included with the
1998 materials.
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                  ATHENAEUM CLUB, Monroe [Ga] Papers, 1899 -

                                          Ms 2979


The Athenaeum Club was organized in Monroe, Ga in 1899 as a 'body of women to
inform ourselves intellectually and enjoy ourselves socially.' The group has continued
through the years and has, for the most part, saved the minutes, program notes, newspaper
clippings and yearbooks of the Club which illustrates what women were thinking about
and talking about during these years, plus minutes often record what food was served and
occasionally what dresses the woman wore. The motto of the Club is: 'Reading enables
us to see with the keenest eye, to hear with the finest ear, and listen to the sweetest voices
of all times."

In 1998 the Club came to the Library to donate their materials. Photographs were made
of the occasion and are included with the papers. The Club agreed to send additional
materials on a yearly basis.


BOX1 -1899-1956

  folder 1 - bound book containing founding rules, President's address 1911,
              continues through 1913
         2 - Year books , 1901 - June 1947
             Irving Club program 1901-02
             Athenaeum Club yearbooks:
                          1911-12                    1933-34
                          1912-13                    1934-35
                          1913-14                    1935-36
                          1915-16                    1936-37
                          1923-24                    1937-38
                          1924-25                    1938-39
                          1925-26                    1939-40
                          1926-27                    1940-41
                          1927-28                    1941-42
                          1928-29                    1942-43
                          1929-30                    1943-44
                          1930-31                    1944-45
                          1931-32                    1945-46
                          1932-33                    1946-47
        3 - minutes, dated by month, not year
        4 - September 1947 - May 1957 - includes minutes, yearbooks, 3-page
              summary of first 50 years of Club's activities
        5 - October 1957 - June 1966 - includes minutes, yearbooks


BOX 2     October 1966 - May 1988 - includes minutes, yearbooks, newsclips, program
             materials
        1 - October 1966 - June 1973
        2 - October 1973 - June 1977
        3 - September 1977 - May 1980
        4 - September 1981 - June 1987 - lots of program info, few minutes
        5 - September 1988 - June 1994
        6 - September 1994 - May 1996
        7 - September 1996 - May 1998 - includes summary of years 1949 - 98
        8 - Photographs made when the Club donated the materials to the library
•HEWS: AMERICAN 'GUIDE SERIES-

                          THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
                                MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

    Accession No..—11Q6_______                 Dates Covered

    Date _6jtagustJ.2H_______                  Number of Items
     Name of Collection ..__Atlieiisj._Me.r.ic^_Guide.Jeries__




    Given by
    Deposited by
    Purchased from
    Other terms
    Date & method of arrival     not known


     DESCRIPTION       "Athens: American Guide Series," compiled by the Athens
     and Augusta units of the Federal Writers' Project (WPA), incorporates much
     of the research performed by the WPA workers in county archives and personal
     interviews. The typescript forming this collection has numerous manuscript
     notations and attempts an historical, social, and economic overview of the
     Athens community from its beginnings until the date of the research (1935 —
     1938).




  313/S-77/290
          ATHENS AND ITS PEOPLE: A HISTORY OF CLARKE COUNTY



Film
F292
C5H5

Reel 1: BIBLE RECORDS - John W & Martha Gertrell Nicholson
          William Price & Elizabeth A Royal Talmage
          Lewis Jackson & Lucy Phelps Haynes Lampkin
          Marcellus & Julia Pope Stanley
          Burwell & Priscilla Wootten Pope
          John Hardeman & Mary Frances Caldwell Pope
          Jesse M & Mary B Smith Russum - Hart & Rabun County
          Charles & Sarah Thompson Strong
          Crawford Lee & Jewel1 Scarboro
          Larken J & Myrtie Russum Whiten
          Joseph F & Martha Johnson Comer
          Benjamin R & Wilmoth M West Mackay
          Joshua Hammond & Nancy Oliver Randolph
          William & Elizabeth Glenn
          James H & Charity Howard Taylor
          Stephens & Isabella L Haynes Thomas
          Ross & Martha White Elliott Crane
          John Ross & Fannie Thweatt Moon Crane
          W J & Lula M Pittman McRee
          Angus Warren & Lona Mary McRee Elrod
          Capt William J & Melissa C Walker McRee
          Henry & Leah King Grady
          S B & Elizabeth D Callaway Wingfield
       WEDDING/MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES
            Thomas F & Ida Pauline Howard Comer
            William Trammell & Sara M Turner - AL
            E R Trammell & S R Germany - AL
            Lessie Lee Trammell & Wightman S Beckwith   - FL

       CHART
           Patrick Jack McAdoo & Baxter line
           Peter Rucker family tree
       PHOTO
           Howell Cobb
       CSA - W. T. Saxon of Oconee County
ATHENS AND ITS PEOPLE cont. reel 1, page 2

OTHER:
     Morris, Sylvanus. STROLLS ABOUT ATHENS DURING THE EARLY
             SEVENTIES. Reprinted from the Athens Banner.
     Hand Book of Athens & Souvenir of the Carnival, Oct 1-6, 1900.
             Athens, GA.    [see also in Ga Room, call # F294 .A7A8
             1900]
     Athens Banner - Athens Commercial/Agricultural/Educational
             interests/ Dec 2
     Early pictures of YMCA
     Colonial & Rev Service of Jeremiah Exum, Barnaby McKinne,
             Abraham Hill, Thomas Walton [Jr. and Sr.], John Pope,
             Burwell Pope
     History of the First Christian Church, Athens GA
     Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Athens, GA - records 1843-1908
             [continued to reel 2]


Reel 2:  Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Athens,GA - records 1843-1908
              [continued from reel 1]
     Milton P. Smith, 125 Willow Run, Athens. Collection of
         letters and historical papers, 1800-1882
     Bethany Methodist Church minutes, 1878-1909. [located between
         Nicholson & Jefferson, GA]
     First Methodist Episcopal Church South, Athens, GA - records,
         1825-1884.
     First Presbyterian Church, Athens, GA - records 1820-1900.


Reel 3:
     BIBLE RECORDS; Patman & Susanah Daniell Lester
          Burnen McGilvary & Marshalene Jordan Bennett
          Parmenas Haynes
          John Alien & Martha H Johnson Barnes
          John C & Faith Ann Dickerson Adams
          Hiram Gaines & Parthenia J Seymour Adams
          Samuel & ____Northern Bentley
          Hiram N & Sara J Hughes Bentley & LeGrange family
          John & Frances Brown Jones, Sr
          B. F. & Dorcas J Bowen Robertson
          Pierce W & Alice M Jones Shockley
          Daniel & Elizabeth B Dean Mayfield
          Jesse Harrison & Frances C Stanley Campbell
ATHENS & ITS PEOPLE cont. , page 3 - reel 3


Reel 3 cont.
    FAMILY RECORDS:
      John G Mayes
      Stephens Hopkins-Frances Baton-John Alden-Myles Stadish
            for Soc of Mayflower
         Andrew Jackson Cobb - certif., degrees etc.
         John & Martha Gladden Hall — SC
    OTHER: Lucy Pope - Wilson Lumpkin Itr
      Jonathan King of NC - sketch
      Lewis J & Lucy Phelps Haynes Lampkin - picture of home
      Mary Stark - Griffin Female College diploma
      Ida Dorsey Davidson - Athens High School diploma
      Poem to John Franklin Anthony, 1859-1895, Lincolnton NC
          written by Northern prisoner at Lincolnton during
          Civil War
      Jones Chapel Methodist Church, Madison Co GA - records,
          1866-80, 1882-1914
      various school records
      First Presbyterian Church records - (cont'd from reel 2)
Reel 4
    OTHER:
      various school records [cont'd from reel 3]
      William Dearing & John Nesbit - property transfer, Clarke
           County, 23 Mar 1875.
      John P Bondurant Collection - letters, newspapers etc.
      Moss, Byrd Lee Hill ed. Rufus Lafayette Moss (1825-1912).
           Athens: The McGregor Co., 1913. [see also in Ga Room,
           call # F294 A7M95]
      Rigsby, L. W. Memories of Home and Family. Cairo, GA: The
           Pioneer Institute, 1928.
      First Methodist Church, Winterville GA - records, 1891-1960
           [continued to reel 5]
   BIBLE RECORDS: John Lewbannon & Clara Poss Adams
         John Dortch & Martha Strong Moss
         William G & Rosa E Huguenin DeLong
         John White & Mary Louise Hinton Morton
         Julia Pope Moss
         Timothy & Mary S Fall Brice
         John Parnell & Mollie E Jopling Bondurant
         Frances Joseph & Celestia A Standard Warren

  RECORDS; Robert Hicks - lineage
        Daniel Johnson - records
        Brannon - records
ATHENS & ITS PEOPLE cont'd , page 4 - reel 4
     Moss-Bondurant-Brice-Brannon-Stanley - records
Reel 5
     Winterville First Methodist Church, records - 1841-1960
         (continued to reel 6)
Reel 6   Winterville First Methodist Church, records - 1841-1960
              (continued from reel 4 & 5)
Reel 7   Sarepta Baptist Association - records, 1893-1916
         John Gibson Institute, Bowman, Elbert Co GA - cover of
               bulletin
         Female Mite Society of Athens and vicinity - history.
               Original constitution formed 13 July 1819 at
               Trail Creek
         First Baptist Church, Athens - short history 1830-1913
               (see also in Ga Room, call # BX6480 A6M5)
         First Baptist Church, Athens - records - 4 minute books
               1830-1913    (continued to reel 8)
Reel 8   First Baptist Church, Athens - records - 4 minute books
               1830-1913 (continued from reel 7)
         Clarke County. Georgia, and the City of Athens. Charles
               Morton Straham. (see also in Ga Room, call #
               F292 .C4S8 1893.
         History of Athens & Clarke County. H. J. Rowe Publisher,
               1923.   (see also in Ga Room call # F294 A7R878
Reel 9   National Bank of Athens, 1866-1918.
               (see also in Ga Room - Historical Review of the
               National Bank of Athens...50th anniversary.
               Call # HG2613 N277)
3 Art Association

                         THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
                               MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

    Accession No.._2^6U_______                Dates Covered     1919^1981+
    Date    June 18, 1985______               Number of Items    1 bound volume

    Name of Collection     The Athens Art Association__________________




    Given by Hildegard Timberlake, President, Athens Art Association
    Deposited by
    Purchased from
    Other terms
    Date & method of arrival   spring, 1985


    DESCRIPTION

           "Celebrating our 65th Anniversary, the Athens Art Association
           unfolds the Past:\Selected Documents from Archives portray A
           Historical Panorama of the Rise of Athens Art Association and
           its Activities....We honor our Heritage and express Gratitude
           to all Individuals, Friends, Institutions and Organizations near
           and far for preserving the Past and promoting the Arts during a
           Time Span of 65 Years."
              HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
                 UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES

                            MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION



Ms 225

Athens (Ga.) bank ledger, 1857.
 1 v.

 Arranged in chronological order.

 The collection consists of a ledger of an Athens, Georgia bank from January 27
- December 31, 1857. Each entry contains the date, the previous day's balance,
if the transaction is a debit or credit, the amount, name of bank or
individual, check number, notes discounted and amount, the day's total, and the
bank's balance.

Cite as: Athens (Ga.) bank ledger. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries., Athens GA 30602

 1. Banks and banking—Georgia—Accounting. 2. Athens (Ga.) 3. Clarke County
(Ga.) 4. Account book. 5. Business records. I. GAGP
              HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
                 UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES

                            MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION




Ms 112
Athens banner (Athens, Ga. : Newspaper)
 Athens banner account book, 1872-1874, 1877-1880.
 1 v.

 Arranged in chronological order.

 The Athens Banner, an Athens. Georgia newspaper, was established after the
Civil War as the result of a merger between the Southern Banner and the
Southern Watchman. It became the Athens Banner-Herald in 1921.
 The collection consists of an account book for the Athens banner from 1872-
1874 and 1877-1880. Entries give the date, subscriber's name, post office,
dates account paid, and in some cases, date service stopped.

Cite as: Athens banner account book. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library. University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602


1. Newspapers-Circulation. 2. Athens (Ga.) 3. Clarke County (Ga.) 4. Account
book. 5. Business records. I. GAGP
                         THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA UBRAKIES
                               MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
  .     , „      2092                          r,    „     . 1898 - 1958,
  Accession No.—l-ir——————                     Dates Covered __________1970's
                                                                          ____
  Date       13 July 1983                      Number of Item,
         Of Collection   Al-hpns Rnard of Health P_aper_S




  Given bj Mrs. Eugene Epting, 318 Milledge Heights, Athens, Georgia
  Deposited by
  Purchased from
  Other terms

  Date & method of arrival 20 April 1983


  DESCRIPTION
       Administrative records of the Athens, Georgia Board of Health.
  Includes the minutes of Board of Health meetings, annual reports, statistics,
  financial information, correspondence, certificates of death and contagious
  disease, history of public health in Athens, and ordinances and resolutions.




U3/4-11/1M
                     Athens Board of Health Papers
                               Ms 2092

                                Inventory

Box   Folder      Description

1     1        Minutes 1898 - 1906
                                                *-

      2        Minutes 1908 - 1924

      3        Minutes 1926 - 1933

      4        Minutes 1934 - 1943

2     1        Minutes 1944 - 1949

      2        Minutes 1950 - 1958

      3        Log Book 1901

      4        Act - Consolidation of Health Departments
               1925

      5        Annual Reports/Statistics 1923 - 1952

      6        Annual Reports/Statistics 1953 - 1973,
               Undated

      7        Budget/Finances 1925 - 1975

      8        Certificates of Death/Contagious Disease
               1903, 1905, 1906

      9        Clippings

      10       Correspondence 1924 - 1957

      11       Forms and Instructions (A - D)

3     1        Forms and Instructions (E - M)

      2        Forms and Instructions (P)

      3        Forms and Instructions (T - V)
Box   Folder     Description

3     4        History

      5        Investigation - Hodgson School, 1940

      6        Ordinances

      7        Ordinance Booklets 1946, Undated

      8        "Athens Charter and Ordinances, 1918"

      9        Resolutions

      10       "Human Infection Carriers"

      11       Miscellaneous Papers
              HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
                 UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES

                            MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION




Ms 108

Athens Bobbin Mill (Athens, Ga.)
 Athens Bobbin Mill account books, 1867-1877,1887-1891.
 2v.

 Arranged in chronological order, then by customer's or firm's name.

The Athens Bobbin Mill produced bobbins made from local dogwood trees to
supply the growing Southern textile industry. The Mill operated from
approximately 1867-1920s.

 The collection consists of two account books for the Athens Bobbin Mill and
its predecessor the Athens Bobbin Works from November, 1867 - December, 1877
and April, 1887 - December, 1891. Volume one contains entries for customer or
firm and includes the name, date, items purchased or ordered, and price.
Additional entries pertain to wages paid employees and list name, number of
days worked, and, in some cases, the amount paid. The first ledger also
includes entries for letters received, answered, or sent and include the
person's or firm's name, date, and address.

 Volume two includes entries recording employees, number of days worked, and
taxes, charges for hauling services including name, amount, and size; and
orders from customers or firms containing the name, date, items purchased or
ordered, and price.

Cite as: Athens Bobbin Mill (Athens, Ga.) account books. Hargrett Rare Book
and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.

 1. Bobbins (Textile machinery) 2. Textile industry—Georgia. 3. Wages—Textile
workers—Georgia. 4. Georgia—Manufactures. 5. Athens (Ga.)~Manufactures. 6.
Account books. 7. Business records. I. Athens Bobbin Works (Ga.) II. GAGP
MS, GA.


                          THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
                                MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

     Accession No.—_kQQ________               Dates Covered ___lgQS=

     Date —Qct--—3QJ_J=26!i_______                Number of Items ___

      Name of Collection __The_Caitury-fflLHh-Efljers_______




     Given by
     Deposited by
     Purchased from
     Other terms Pulled from Cobb-Erwin-Lamar Collection

     Date & method of arrival   Collection given to Jr. Coulter by Miss Mary Erwin
                                ca 1955 or 1956

      DESCRIPTION      j pages, (typescript, 1 printed, 5 ms.)
                       1 letter to members from E.P. Brooks, sec'y & treas.
                       2 lists of members
                       3-T-5 pages miscellaneous minutes, evidently later, by Andrew
                       C. Erwin as secretary. Not dated.




     313/1-78/500
                         THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
                               MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

   Accession No.__l633________                    Dates Covered   1860-1970

   Date __a_Egcgmber 1981         _„              Number of Items _ ca. 45,000_

   Name of Collection        Athens, Georgia.____________________
                                  City Records.



  Given by
  Deposited by Athens City Government
  Purchased from
  Other terms

  Date & method of arrival


   DESCRIPTION

      This collection includes various official records of the City of Athens that
 were housed in the Mayor's vault. Included are some tax assessment books, tax
 digests, city engineer's correspondence, disbursement ledgers, mayor's general
 papers, and large amounts dealing with the Athens Housing and Urban Renewal project.




         1.    Athens, Georgia.
313/2-80/500
ATHENS, GA.


                          THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
                                MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

     Accession No..—31_                      Dates Covered _ 1890-1938--

     Date __15-60___                         Number of Items ____:f.7_i-terns..

      Name of Collection „Slty of At&ens^-Varioiia reports




     Given by
     Deposited by
     Purchased from
     Other terms

     Date & method of arrival Pulled from University Archives, Snelling & Barrov papers;
                              Old Stock

      DESCRIPTION Account book, City Engineers' office, c.1906 (Snelling Papers)
                  Bond Commission Reports, 1919-1938.              "        "
                  Committee on Finance, minutes. 1907-1908           "      "
                  Sewer Committee, 1890-1891. (Barrov Papers)      "          "
                  Report of the Treasurer, 1905-1906 (Barrov Papers) "      "
                  Financial Statement, City of Athens. 1906,'07,'08,'10,'15-Barrov Papers
                  Athens City Water Works, 1892-189U.
                  Tax Ordinance, City of Athens, 1910. (Barrov Papers)




     313/1-78/500
THENS, GEORGIA.

                         THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
                               MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

     Accession No.—11^________                  Dates Covered —l86l-l865-

     Date _LJIoy.^ber_1266______                Number of Items __1000- cerds (est. )

     Name of Collection _ Athens, Georgia— Confer! Ri-a.t.p Rnlrh'pTg PagiAn]_t.y List____




     Given by ]£.. Kenneth Coleman-Compiled by Joseph H. Kitchens, Jr. Graduate
     Deposited by               student, University of Georgia
     Purchased irom
     Other terms

     Date & method of arrival Summer, 1966



     DESCRIPTION Card file listing Confederate soldiers from the Athens area who
     were temporatily or permanently incapacitated, left ranks for any reason, or
     died during the War Between the States. This list was compiled by Joseph H.
     Kitchens,Jr. for Dr. Kenneth Coleman. An explanatory card, a source list, a
     key to abbreviations, and a statistical breakdown is included.




     313/1-78/500
                         THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
                               MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

   Accession No.     2720 (M)                   Date3 Covered     1987-1989

   Date     5 October 1990______                Number of Items      107 items_____

   Name of Collection         Athens-Clarke County Commission on the Bicentennial
                                   of the U.S. Constitution, 1787-1987,Papers.



   Given by     Athens-Clarke County Commission on the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitute
   Deposited by
   Purchased from
   Other terms
   Date & method of arrival     23 September 1990


   DESCRIPTION

                 Ms 2720 (M) contains general information and correspondence,
          dated and undated; newspaper articles (copies); photographs; participation
          records; and misc. printed material all related to the Athens-Clarke County
          Commission on the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution 1787-1987.




313/8-8U/300 i
                 fiJ.rULlNO-0-UttniYE,




                        THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
                              MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
                      782                                        1967-1972
 Accession No.                                 Dates Covered
                                                                    Items
                                              Number of Items
                                          $X Athens-Clarke County Consolidation
 Name of Collection




 Given by : Mr- William E. Hudson
 Deposited by
 Purchased from
 Other terms
Date & method of arrival :      Mr. Hudson brought this, June, 1972.


 DESCRIPTION :
              Records of the Athens-Clarke County Charter Commission to formulate
    a workable charter for consolidation of city and county governments.
    Collection includes: Correspondence, general material, minutes of charter
    commission, public hearings, vouchers, receipts, draft copies, preliminary
    organization material, audits, tax levies, newspaper and magazine articles
    and miscellaneous printed material.
    Note:   The question of consolidation was defeated in a referendum on
            May 2U, 1972.




UGL 832
ATKENS-CLARKE COUNTY TAX RECORDS (1857)


                     THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
                           MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

Accession No.._J^M_______                 Dates Covered      1857
Date   19 September 1977                   Number of Items

Name of Collection     Athens-Clarke County Tax Records (1857)




Given by Gary Doster, Watkinsville, Georgia
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival   Summer 1977 by Gary Doster


DESCRIPTION     This 206-page bound volume contains tax records of At :ens,
Clarke County, Georgia for the year 1857. Categories included are for stock
and trade, horses, wagons, street intrusions, town property, slaves, carriages,
and poll with notes and a column of total taxable income. Most familiar Athens
residents are listed with entries for the Billups, Cobb, Hoyt, Hull, Talmage,
Thomas, and hundreds of other area families.
                     THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
                           MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

Accession No.._.88—————————                   Dates Covered ———1^67

Date     9 July 1986_______                   Number of Items   ca.__80C)_
Name of Collection         Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation.

                              House Survey.



Given by
Deposited by Dr. Kenneth Coleman, Chairman, Survey
Purchased from
Other terms

Date & method of arrival    196? via Dr. Coleman


DESCRIPTION

     This collection consists of nine Hollinger boxes of data sheets, snapshots,
and negatives on close to 800 buildings in Athens, Georgia. Although the
emphasis is on houses, other structures are included as well, such as churches,
downtown businesses, and a few buildings on the University of Georgia campus.

       A guide is also available for this material. .

       Collection is on permanent deposit.
                      Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation
                                 House Survey

                            Scope and Content Rote



     The Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation House Survey was conducted in 196?
in order to provide a convenient source of written and photographic information
on structures built in Athens, Georgia before 1900. The results of this work mm '«/£-** £
placed on permanent deposit in the University of Georgia Libraries Special
Collections Department in 196? by Dr. Kenneth Coleman, chairman of the survey.

     This collection consists of nine Hoilinger boxes of data sheets, snapshots,
and negatives on close to 800 buildings in Athens. Although emphasis is on
houses, other structures are included as well, such as churches, downtown
businesses, and buildings on the University of Georgia campus. As a general
rule the data sheets with accompanying photographs have been organized
alphabetically by street address. Buildings on the University campus are
listed under "Georgia. University" and'those of the Navy School under "Navy
Supply Corps School". Negatives for all the photographs are located in
the last box of the collection and have been arranged by numbers found on
the data sheets.
          Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation.
             House Survey.

                        Ms 88
                      Inventory



Box No.        Folder No.                 Description

1              1                          General Information
               2                          132 Arch St.
               3                          140 "
               4                          152 "
               5                          182 "
               6                          226   "
               7                          249   "
               8                          258 "
               9                          263 "         "
               10                         274   "
               11                         285   "       "
               12                         341 "
               13                         op. 367 Arch St.
               14                         385 Arch St.
               15                         395 "         "
               16                         519 Arch St.
               17                         523 "
               18                         557 "     "
               19                         580 "     "
               20                         op. 580 Arch St.
               21                         Arch St., no number
               22                         317 Athens Ave.
               23                         327 Atlanta Ave.
               24                         452 Atlanta Ave.
               25                         462
               26                         470     "      "
               27                         286 Augusta Ave.
               28                         160 Barber St.
               29                         rt. op. 160 Barber St.
               30                         169 Barber St.
               31                         170 (?) Barber St.
               32                         180 Barber St.
               33                         181 "        "
               34                         190   "      "
               35                         198   "
               36                         228
               37                         229       "       "
               38                         238       "
               39                         244       "
               40                         245       "
               41                         247       "
               42                         265
               43                         285       "

                    (cont.)
               Inventory (cont.)



Box No.   Folder No.               Description

          44                       298 Barber St.
          45                       between 552 & 550 Barber St.
          46                       640 Barber St.
          47                       672   "
          48                       6b6   "
          49                       720
          50                       754   "
          51                       744
          52                       770
          55                       957   "
          54                       975 Baxter St.
          55                       225 Beulah Ave.
          56                       240   "
          57                       259   "
          58                       185   "
          59                       237 Billups St.
          60                       249
          61                       516
          62                       Billups & Hancock, S.E. corner
          65                       Billups & Reese Sts., S.W. corner
          64                       Blcornfield, no number
          65                       124 Boulevard Ave.
          66                       156
          67                       171     "       "
          68                       175
          69                       186
          70                       223       "       "
          71                       250
          72                       286
          73                       324       "       "
          74                       340
          75                       341       "
          76                       375
          77                       396       "       "
          78                       55^
          79                       628
          80                       646
          81                       738
          82                       739       "       "
          1                        740
          2                        750
          3                        780
          4                        798
          5                        799       "       "
          6                        824
                    (cont.)
                Inventory (cent.)


Box No.   Folder Ho.                Description

          7                         835 Boulevard Ave.
          8                         865-875 Boulevard Ave.
          9                         925 Boulevard Ave.
          10                        1160
          11                        1190    "      "
          12                        between 1220 & 1240 Boulevard Ave
          13                        1295 Boulevard Ave.
          14                        1387
          15                        1390
          16                        Boulevard Ave., no number
          17
          1 n                              n         n        II   n

          19
          20                        153 Boulevard Hgts.
          21                        287
          22.                       236
          23                        243
          24                        126 Broad St.
          25                        312   "    "
          26                        447   "    " and bldg. to rt. of
          27                        549 & 561 Broad St.
          28                        573 & 685    "   "
          29                        585 Broad St.
          30                        910   "    "
          31                        920
          32                        940   "
          33                        1040 "
          34                        1324 "     "
          35                        1443       "     "
          36                        1446       "
          37                        1452       "
          38                        1455       "
          39                        1462       "     "
          40                        1465       "
          41                        1480       "
          42                        1483       "     "
          43                        1487       "
          44                        1495       "     "
          45                        1505       "
          46                        1623       "
          47                        1690       "     "
          48                        1694       "     "
          49                        1734       "
          50                        1750        "     "
          51                        Broad       St. between College & Jacks
          ,rp                         It        II       II        II   II   II




                     (cont.)
               Inventory (cent.)


Box No.   Folder ITo.              Description

          53                       South side of Broad St. between
                                   	Jackson & Thomas Sts.
          5^                       N.W. corner of Broad & alley
                                   	between Jackson & Thomas Sts.
          55                       N.E. corner of Broad & Foundry St
          56                       N.W. corner of Broad & Foundry St
          57                       S.E.     "   "    "    "    "
          58                       N.E. corner of Broad & Lumpkin St
          59                       Broad & Oconee Sts . , intersection
          60                       S.E. corner of Broad & Spring Sts
          61                       S.W.     "   "    "    "    "    "
          62                       N.E. corner of Broad & Waters Sts
          63                       op. N.W. corner of Broad St. &
                                   	Winterville Rd.
          6k                       150 Buena Vista
          65                       160    "     "
          66                       19^   "
          67                       269   "
          68                       120 Carr St.
          69                       130    "   "
          70                       320   "    "
          71                       390    "   "
          72                       Carr's Hill
          73                       213 Chase St.
          7^                       215    "
          75                       720
          76                       860    "
          77                       915    "     "
          78                       923    "
          79                       N.E. corner of Chase St. &
                                   	Boulevard Ave.
          80                       370 Church St.
          81                       38^
          82                       397        "   "
          83                       ^25
          8^                       133 Clayton St.
          85                       16U    "
          86                       252 & 250 Clayton St.
          87                       278 & 290   "
          88                       North side of Clayton St.


          91                         "    "   "      "    " between
                                   College & Hull
          92                       North side of Clayton between
                                   College & Jackson
          93                       South side of Clayton between
                                   Jackson & College

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Box No.   Folder No.                Description

          94                        North side of Clayton between
                                    Lumpkin & College
          95                        North side of Clayton between
                                    Lumpkin & College
          96                        North side of Clayton between
                                    Lumpkin & College
          97                        North side of Clayton between
                                    Lumpkin & College
          98                        South side of Clayton between
                                    Lumpkin & College
          99                        South side of Clayton between
                                    Lumpkin & Hull
          100                       South side of Clayton between
                                    Lumpkin & Hull
          101                       N.W. corner of Clayton & College
          102                       S.E. corner of Clayton & College
          103                       S.W. corner of Clayton & Lumpkin
                                    west side of Clayton
          104                       S.E. corner of Clayton & Thomas £
          105                       153 Cleveland Ave.
          106                       1st house on right on side street
                                    beside 153 Cleveland Ave.
          107                       175 Cleveland Ave.
          108                       2k 3 Cleveland Ave.
          109                       295      "

          1                         724 Cobb St.
          2                         728   "   "
          3
                                    738   "   "
          4                         749   »
          5                         772   "
          6                         780? "    "
          7                         130 College Ave.
          8                         171     "
          9                         856
          10                        right of 856 College Ave.
          11                        East side of College Ave. betweer
                                    Broad & Clayton
          12                        West side of College Ave. betweer
                                    Washington & Hancock
          13                        N.E. corner of College & Broad
          14                        N.W. corner "     "    "   "
          15                        175 Bearing St.
          16                        178
          17                        198
          18                        220     "     "

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Box No.   Folder No.               Description

          19                       328 Bearing St.
          20                       342   "
          21                       376   "
          22                       421
          23                       436 "
          2k                       2nd house on rt going west on
                                   Bearing St.
          25                       N.W. corner of Bearing &
                                   Finley Sts.
          26                       148 Dougherty St.
          27                       Dougherty St., no number
          28                       141 Dublin St.
          29                       150   "
          30                       170   "
          31                       190   "
          32                       Ij4 Fairview St.
          33                       223      "
          34                       186 Fifth St.
          35                       193 Finley St.
          36                       195   ti
          37                       223   it    it
          38                       249   it    n
          39                       198 Flint St.
                                   226   "
                                   238   "
          42                       East side of Foundry St.
          43                         II   II   II    IT   II


          44                       2nd bldg. from N.W. corner of
                                   Foundry & Broad on Foundry
          45                       Between Foundry & Wilkerson
          46                       267 Franklin St.
          47                       Left of 391 Fulton St.
          48                       223 Georgia Dr.
          49                       225
          50                       233
          51                       234
          52                       237
          53                       243
          54                       252
          55                       256
          56                       276
          57                       294
          58                       295
          59                       324
          60                       325
          61                       348
          62                       378
          63                       424
          64                       Georgia. University.        Academic
                                   Building.
          65                       Georgia. University.        Chancello:
                                   House.

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Box No.   Folder No.               Description

          66                       Georgia. University.   Chapel.
          67                       Georgia. University.
                                   	Demosthenian Hall
          68                       Georgia. University.   Old Colleg
          69                       Georgia. University.   Reed (T.W.
                                   	House.
          70                       143 Grady Ave.
          71                       145     "
          72                       150    "
          73                       155    "       "
          74                       156    "       "
          75                       157
          76                       167    "
          77                       168    "
          78                       169    "
          79                       170    "
          80                       171    "
          81                       172    "       "
          82                       174    "       "
          83                       180    "       "
          84                       185    "
          85                       186    "       "
          86                       189    "
          87                       190    "
          88                       193
          1                        115 Hancock Ave.
          2                        124        "
          3                        130        "
          4                        185
          5                        193
          6                        234
          7                        347        "
          8                        390
          9                        393
          10                       450        "       "
          11                       723        "
          12                       724
          13                       780        "
          14                       1095       "       "
          15                       1375       "       "
          16                       1380       "
          17                       Hancock Ave., no number
          18                       S.W. corner of Hancock & Jackson
          19                       525 Harris St.
          20                       568 Harris St.
          21                       S.W. corner of Harris & Reese Sts
          22                       125 Henderson Ave.
          23                       op. 125 Henderson Ave.
          24                       145 Henderson Ave.
          25                       150     "
          26                       195     it

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Box Mo.   Folder No.               Description

4         27                       225 Henderson Ave.
          28                       228           "            "
          29                       229           "            "
          50                       277     "
          51                       120 Hering St.
          52                       146   "     "
          55                       149       "
          54                       128       "            "
          55                       225 Hiwassee Ave.
          56                       275-277 Hiawassee Ave.
          57                       295 Hiawassee Ave.
          58                       225 Hill St.
          59                       255 "
          40                       258 "     "
          41                       257 "
          42                       286 "
          45                       295   "
          44                       526   "
          45                       547   "
          46                       548   "
          47                       556   "
          48                       557   "
          49                       425   "           "
          50                       470   "           "
          51                       490   "
          52                       524   "
          55                       560   "            "
          54                       575    "
          55                       629    "           "
          56                       649    "
          57                       895    "
          58                       556   Hoyt        St.
          59                       559      "         "
          60                       575      "         "
          61                       585      "         "
          62                       5rd "bldg. from S.W. corner of
                                   	Hoyt St. & College Ave.
          65                       185 Hull St.
          64                       198 "
          65                       250 "
          66                       290 "
          67                       left of 290 Hull St.
          68                       690 Hull St.
          69                       Hull & Hoyt Sts.
          70                       S.E. corner of Hull &
                                   	Washington Sts.
          71                       165 Indale Dr.
          72                       190    "     "
          75                       150 Inglewood St.

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Box No.   Folder No.                Description

          74                        142 Jackson St.
          75                        665 Jackson St.
          76                        Jackson St. between Clayton &
                                    	Broad
          77                        Jackson St. between Clayton &
                                    	Washington
          78                        N.E. corner of Jackson &
                                    	Clayton Sts.
          79                        N.W. corner of Jackson &
                                    	Clayton Sts.
          80                        481 Little Oak
          81                        N.E. corner of Little Oak &
                                    	Georgia RR St.
          82                         735 Little Oconee St.
          83                         742    "
          84                         765    "
          85                         782    "
          86                         792    "
          87                        235  & 255 Lumpkin St.
          88                         269, 279, & 289 Lumpkin St.
          89                         375 Lumpkin St.
          90                         812
          91                         856
          92                        West side of Lumpkin St. between
                                     	Haneock & Washington
          93                         S.E. corner of Lumpkin &
                                     	Washington Sts.

          1                         130 Lyndon Ave.
          2                         150   "
          3                         153    "
          4                         160    "
          5                         165    "
          6                         170    "
          7                         180    "
          8                         223    "       "
          9                         247    "       "
          10                        258    "
          11                        325    "
          12                        328    "
          13                        357    "
          14                         between 250 & 330 Macon Ave.
          15                         251 Macon Ave.
          16                         330   "
          17                         325 Msigs St.
          18                         460   "
          19                         475   "
          20                         480   "
          21                         529   "       "
          22                         534   "
          23                    •    760   "
          24                         Miles St.
          25                         150 Milledge Ave.
           26                        250
           27                        285       "       "
                     (cont.)
                 Inventory (cont.)


Box Ho.   Folder Ho.                 Description

5         28                         290 Milledge Ave.
          29                         324    "      "
          30                         338
          31                         387
          32                         397    "      "
          33                         398
          3!).                       hhB    "      "
          35                         468
          36                 '•      489    "      "
          37                         530
          38                         595
          39                         645
          40                         648    "      "
          41                         688
          42             '           697
          43                         877
          44                         987
          45                         997
          46                         1080   "
          47                         Milledge Ave. op.
                                     	Athens High School
          48                         Milledge Ave. between
                                     	Hancock & Reese
          49                         S.E. corner of Milledge &
                                     	Hearing
          50                         S.E. corner of Milledge &
                                     	Prince Aves.
          51                         221 Mitchell St.
          52                         S.W. corner of Mitchell &
                                     	Fulton Sts.
          53                         N.E. corner formed by Mitchell St
                                     	RR tracks
          54                         l6l Mulberry
          55                         165
          56                         175
          57                         185
          58                         195
          59                         147 Hacoochee Ave.
          60                         175
          61                         185
          62                         193
          63                         230
          64                         240
          65                         243
          66                         244
          67                         245
          68                         250
          69                         384
          70                         163 Nantahala Ave.

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               Inve nt ory (c ont.)


Box No.   Folder No.                  Description

5         71                          22J Nantahala Ave.
          72                          29^      "      "
          73                          435
          74                          465
          75                          533
          76                          5^5
          77                          550      "
          78                          585
          79                          Navy Supply Corps School.
                                      	George Hall.
          80                          Navy Supply Corps School.
                                      	Gilmer Hall.
          81                          Navy Supply Corps School.
                                      	James Smith Hall.
          82                          Navy Supply Corps School.
                                      	Winnie Davis Memorial Hall.
          83                          153 Nellie B.
          84                          129 Newton St.
          85                          218 North Ave.
          86                          225 North Ave.
          87                          241    "
          88                          245   "
          89                          265   "       "
          90                          285   "
          91                          290   "       "
          92                          305   "
          93                          322   "       "
          94                          332   "
          95                          345   "
          96                          left of 345 North Ave.
          97                          North Ave. ?

6         1                           324 Oak St.
          2                           340 "
          3                           342 "    "
          4                           350 "    "
          5                           353   "   "
          6                           357   "   "
          7                           359   "
          8                           360   "   "
          9                           367   "
          10                          368   "
          11                          373   "   "
          12                          227 "     "
          13                          247 Oconee St.
          14                          251 Oconee St. & bldg. to
                                      	right of 251
          15                          290 Oconee St.
          16                          beside 290 Oconee St.
          17                          335 Oconee St.
          18                          354

                     	(cont.)
                Inventory (cont.)


Box No.   Folder Ho.                    Description

          19                            357 Oconee St.
          20                            358   "
          21                            367   "
          22                            368   "
          23                            374   "
          24                            376 1/2 Oconee St.
          25                            397 Oconee St.
          26                            524
          27                            540
          28                            592     "    "
          29                            717     "    "
          30                            724     "    "
          31                             728
          32                             755
          33                             796    "    "
           34                            797
          35                            798
          36                            824
          37                            824
          38                            832
          39                            635
          40                            838
          41                            845         "       "
          42                            894
          43                            895
          44                            923
          45                            935
          46                            985         "       "
          47                            1123        "       "
           48                            Oconee St. (Climax Hosiery)
           49                            Oconee St., 1st bldg. on
                                         	right west of RR
           50                            East side of Oconee St. below
                                         	RR bridge
           51                            East corner of Oconee & WiLkerson
           52                            135 Park Ave.
           53                            137 "
           54                            139    "
           55                            140    "
           56                            148    "
           57                            153    "
           58                            167    "       "
           59                            171    "
           60                            125 Peter St.
           61                            129   "
           62                       '    132   "
            63                            135       "
            64                            137       "
            65                            140       "       II

            66                            145       "
                       (cont.)
               Inventory (cont.)


Box No.   Folder No.               Description

6         67                       146 Peter St.
          68                       146 1/2 Peter St.
          69                       175 Peter St.
          70                       185   "
          71                       185   "
          72                       198
          73                       220   "    "
          74                       224
          75                       234   "
          76                       236   "
          77                       280   "    "
          78                       290   "    "
          79                       335   "
          80                       344    "       "
          81                       357    "
          82                       375    "
          83                       385    "
          84                       420    "
          85                       430    "
          86                       434    "       "
          87                       520    "       "
          88                       540    "       "
7         1                        392 Pope St.
          2                        396   "   "
          3                        behind 425 Pope St.
          4                        685 Pope St.
          5                        693 "
          6                        698 "
          7                        773 "
          8                        785 "          "
          9                        797 "          "
          10                       S.E. corner of Pope & Bearing Sts
          11                       S.W. corner of "    "    "     "
          12                       145 Poplar St.
          13                       147
          14                       148
          15                       163
          16                       170
          17                       180
          18                       185
          19                       187
          20                       190        "       "
          21                       193
          22                        282       "       "
          23                        286
          24                        545
          25                        Corner of Poplar & Broad

                       (cont.)
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Box No.   Folder No.               Description

7         26                       135 Prince Ave.
          27                       194   "
          28                       220   "
          29                       493   "     "
          30                       497   "     "
          31                       523   "
          32                       565   "
          33                       570
          34                       585   "
          35                       596    "
          36                       598    "
          37                       634
          38                       735    "
          39    -                  892    "        "
          4o                       973    "        "
          41                       L022   "
          42                       1075   "        "
          43                       1143   "        "
          44                       1147   "
          45                       1185   "
          46                       1187   "
          47                       1189   "        "
          48                       1260   "
          49                       1297   "        "
          50                       1452   "        "
          51                       1470   "        "
          52                       1620   "
          53                       Prince Ave., between
                                   	Childs & Hill Sts.
          54                       S.W. corner of Prince Ave. &
                                   	Cobb St.
          55                       N.E. corner of Prince &
                                   	Pope St.
          56                       247 Pulaski St.
          57                       528 Pulaski St.
          58                       534
          59                       538
          60                       539
          61                       542        "        "
          62                       545
          63                       552        "        "
          64                       553
          65                       558
          66                       562        "        "
          67                       564
          68                       568
          69                       574        "
          70                       577        "        "
          71                       595        "
          72                       615        "        "
          73                       666        11

                     (cont.)
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Box No.   Folder No.               Description

7         74                       730 Pulaski St.
          75                       732    "     "
          76                       746
          77                       757
          78                       762
          79                       775
          80                       789
          81                       790
          82                ;'     263 Reese St.
          83                       left of 263 Reese St.
          84                       346 Reese St.
          85                       446   "
          86                       640    "
          87            ,          948
          88            '          957    "
          89                       987    "
          90                       1063   "
          91                       Reese St. (behind 220 Milledge
                                   	Ave.)
          92                       N.W. corner of Reese & Milledge
          93                       148 Rock Spring St.
          94                       170 "
          95                       198 "
          96                       324 "      "     "
          97                       490 "      "     "
          98                       495 "      "

8         1                        145 Satula St.
          2                        160    "
          3                        190    "      "
          4                        232    "      "
          5                        320    "      "
          6                        338    "
          7                        350    "
          8                        370    "      "
          9                        380    "
          10                       390    "      "
          11                       495    "    Ave.
          12                       289 Seminole Ave.
          13                       95 Springdale St.
          14                       248 Springdale St.
          15                       N.W. corner of Strickland &
                                   	North Ave.
          16                       125 Strong St.
          17                       Between 160 & 188 Strong St.
          18                       179 Strong St.
          19                       357 Strong St.
          20                       S.E. corner of Strong & Hull

                       (cont.)
               Inventory (cont.)


Box No.   Folder No.               Description

8         21                       Terry Corp.
          22                       493 Third St.
          23                       N.W. corner of 3rd &
                                   	Pearl St.
          2k                       154 - 132 Thomas St.
          25                       748 Thomas St.
          26                       763 Thomas St.
          27                       289    "    "
          28                       Alley op. end of N. Thomas St.
          OQ                         II    II       II   It   H   It   II


          30                       Bldg. at east end op. South St.
                                   on east side of Thomas St.
          31                       N. Thomas St., op. end of
                                   Washington Ave.
          32                       Thomas St. between Clayton &
                                   Broad
          33                       Thomas St., east side between
                                   Mitchell & Fulton Sts.
          34                       N.W. corner of Thomas & Broad Sts
          35                       148 Vine St.
          36                       153 Vine St.
          37                       155   "   "
          38                       184
          39                       225     "    "
          40                       op. 247 Vine St.
          41                       248 Vine St.
          42                       260   "
          43                       326   "   "
          44                       364     "
          45                       op. 265 Vine St.
          46                       op. 425 "     "
          47                       524 Vine St.
          48                       59^ "
          49                       S.W. corner of Vine & Peter Sts.
          50                       138 Virginia Ave.
          51                       145     "     "
          52                       148
          53                       150
          54                       S.E. corner of Virginia &
                                   Boulevard Aves.
          55                       150 Waddel St.
          56                       15^
          57                       168
          58                       495
          59                       S.W. corner of Ware St. &
                                   College Ave.
          60                       234-244 Washington St.
          61                       3V1-3V5 Washington St.

                       (cont.)
               Inventory (cont.)


Box No.   Folder No.               Description

          62                       Washington St., op. Court House
          63                            "        " , no number
          64                       S.E. corner of Washington &
                                   	Jackson Sts.
          65                       N.E. corner of Waters & ?
          66                       173 Wilkerson St.
          67                       130 Williams St.
          66                       184       "     "
          69                       187       "
          70                       behind 187 Williams St.
          71                       215 Williams St.
          72                       247     "
          73                       250     "
          74                       260     "
          75                       290
          76                       Winterville Rd. , op. end of Arch
          77                       150 Wynburn Ave.
          78                       between 150 &190 Wynburn Ave.
          79                       190 Wynburn Ave.
          80                       237
          81                       129 Yonah St.
          82
          83
          84                       279   "       "
          85                       398   "
          86 .                     469
          87                       470   "
          88                       490   "
          89                       493   "
          90                       S.W. corner of Yonah St. &
                                   	Boulevard Hgts.
          91                       Unidentified
          92                       Unidentified

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          Inventory
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INVENTORY


ADAMS, FLOYD/ 1                     Side one & two are fairly good
  Sinha,R.


AYCOCK, PEARL/ 2                    First interview/ many gaps
  Long,J.


AYCOCK, PEARL/ 3                    Second interview/ few gaps
  Garrett,B.


BARROW, JAMES (MRS.)/               Fairly clear/ needs better paragraphing;
  Jones,V.                          Original tape recorded at 7 1/2 ips;
                                    copy recorded at 3 3/4 ips.


BEACHAM, JACK/ 5                    Clear/ could use better paragraphing
  Schretter.T.


BELL, E.G./ 6                       Clear/ few gaps
  Cantrell


BENNETT, WILLIAM TAPLEY/ 7          Clear/ few gaps
  Burton,A.


BISHOP, JULIUS/ 8                   Clear/a few gaps/could use better
  Perry,M.                          paragraphing


BONDURANT, JOHN/ 9                  Clear/ a few gaps
  Haggard,?.


BOOTH, G.A./ 10                     Clear/ a few gaps
  Senter,C.


BRANCH, FRED/ 11                    Clear/ a few gaps
  Mitchell,T.
INVENTORY/ Page 2


BRANTLEY, ADDIE (MRS.)/ 12           Audible; no transcription


BROWN, RUPERT/ 13                    Clear/ a few gaps
  Paul,D.


COMER, MARTHA (MRS.) & SISTERS/ 14   Clear/ could use better paragraphing
  Beckett.J.


CORNELISON, JAMES (MRS.) & SON/ 15   Clear/ a few gaps
  Bloemer.E. & Mennell.M.

COSTA, JOSEPH & JAMES/ 16            Clear/ spelling needs to be checked
  Hendricks, Et al


COULTER, E. MERTON/ 17               Clear/ spelling needs to be checked
  Jones,K.


CRAWFORD, KING/ 18                   Not clear/ many gaps
  Cleghorn,D.


DAVISON, IDA/ 19                     Clear/ a few gaps
  Paul, D.


DODD, LAMAR/ 20                      Tape 1 - spelling needs to be checked
  Hidell.R.                            and in need of editing


DODD, LAMAR/ 21                      Tape 2 - clear/a few gaps/needs editing
  Jones,K.


DOZIER, RENE (TUCK)/ 22              Clear/ a few gaps
  Faucher.E.


DREWRY, JOHN E./ 23                  Clear/ needs better paragraphing
  Abney,S.


ERWIN, LUCY (MRS.)/ 24               Clear/ a few gaps
  Senter.K.
INVENTORY/ Page 3


FANNING, J.W./ 25                Clear/ needs better paragraphing
  Jones,K.


FICKETT, RICHARD III/ 26         Clear
  Busbin.L.


FLANIGEN, B.L. COL./ 27          Clear/ a few gaps
  Winkle,H.


HARRELL, DAISY BILLUPS/ 28       Clear/needs editing & better paragraphing
  Heacock,M.


HARTMAN, RUBY (MRS.)/ 29         Clear/a few gaps
  Arnold,L.


JARRELL, ODELLA (MRS.)/ 30       Many gaps/needs editing
  Bloemer, Et al


JONES, WILBUR/ 31                Clear/needs better paragraphing
  McLendon,K.


KING, GEORGE/ 32                 Clear/needs better paragraphing
  Senter,K.


LIVINGSTON, RICHARD (MRS.)/ 33   Tape not clear/ perhaps if other tape
  Irby.J.                          recorder is used we may get more
                                   from this tape


LOGAN, HENRY/ 34                 Clear
  Senter,K.


MAGILL, DAN/ 35                  Clear/a few gaps/better paragraphing needed
  Ledet.D.


McWHORTER, HOWARD/ 36            Clear/a few gaps/may need better
 - Senter.K.                        paragraphing
INVENTORY/ Page 4


MINDER, ROBERT/ 37                        Clear/a few gaps
  Sengupta,P. & Browne,D.


MURRAY, C.C.I 38                          Clear/needs better paragraphing
  Paul.D.


NICHOLSON, BOB/ 39                        Many gaps/needs to be heard on different
  Long,J.                                  tape recorder for better transcription.


PADDOCK, DAVID (MRS.) Aunt Lollipop/ 40   A few gaps/needs better paragraphing
  Bloemer, Et al                           and editing.


PARR, JACK E./ 41                         Clear/needs editing and better
  McLendon,K.                               paragraphing


QUILLIAN, D.D./ 42                        Clear/a few gaps
  Paul,D.


ROBERTSON, HOYT/ 43                       Clear/needs better paragraphing
  McLendon,K.


RUMSEY, H.K./ 44                          Fairly clear
  Grant,K.


SANFORD, SHELTON P./ 45                   Clear/needs better paragraphing
  Hoyt,T.


SCOGGINS, ROY/ 46                         Clear/a few gaps
  (no catalogue sheet)


SHEFFER, C.M. (MRS.)/ 47                  Many gaps/needs to be heard again
  Paul.D.                                   and retyped

SLAUGHTER, FAIN/ 48                       Clear/heeds better paragraphing
  Oglesby,P.
INVENTORY/ Page 5


STRICKLAND, ROSABELLA/ 49                Better paragraphing needed and needs
  Yates,W.                                 to be retyped


TALMADGE, HARRY DR./ 50                  Clear/better paragraphing needed &
  Baker,K.                                 should be retyped


TATE, SUE FAN/ 51                        Recorded on TAPE 9 (Bondurant);
  Hamby,K.                                 Clear/a few gaps/needs better
                                           paragraphing and should be retyped


TATE, WILLIAM DEAN EMERITUS/ 52          Many gaps/needs editing & should be
  Thompson,C.                              retyped


THOMAS, JACK/ 53                         Clear/better paragraphing needed &
  Moran,M.                                 should be retyped


THOMPSON, W.C./                          Many gaps/needs better pragraphing
  Davis,L.                                 and should be retyped


TREANOR, HELEN (MRS.)/ 55                Clear/better paragraphing needed &
  Spratlin,K.                              and should be retyped


VINCENT, OTEY (MISS)/ 56                 Clear/a few gaps/needs to be listened
  Chamberlain,N.                           heard again on different equipment &
                                           retyped


WHITEHEAD, TOM/ 57                       Clear/better paragraphing needed and
  Finnerty,D.                              should be retyped


WILLEY, J.T./ 58                         Many gaps/needs to be heard on different
  Fears,E.                                 equipment, edited & retyped


WIMBERLY, ALICE (MS.)/ 59                Many gaps/needs editing and should be
  Brown,R. & Bloemer,E.                    retyped


Woods, MARY/ 60                          Gaps/needs to be heard again and re-typed
  Bloemer,E. & Johnson,T.



Inventory of tapes and transcriptions prepared and arranged by
  Diane K. Roberts, October 1980.
ATEbNS, GiSOKGlU- JA^BOOK




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 Accession No..___//j-2._                    Dates Covered ____-1S52=1595_

 Date _9/l6/£a                               Number of Items ____

 Name of Collection __—-^              i,-- I lA




 Given by : p^sSErcm?^        WH.                  jp.ven by Miss Lucy Bishop.
 Deposited by
 Purchased from
 Other terms

 Date & method of arrival,'

                                                                             ,
 PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION : Daybook containirg accounts, diary, recipes
 memoranda; tells of work done, when crops and/or gardens  were planted, when
 and where hens were set, when hogs -were killed, etc. From names of people
                                                                           ly
 mentioned as well as name of town and date on one page, book was obvious
 kept by an Athens, Ga. person^ Some names are: Bancroft, Church,    Dr. Ward,
 Dougherty, White, Newton, Bearing, Uillard, Billups , Harris, Jones, Sumrr,ey.

        Several pages in center used as scratch pad for arithmetic and algebra
                                                                                    in
  problems. A few pages in back of ledger contains a diary for a few days Athens
  1895. From internal evidence, similarity of handwriting and a          check of
  newspapers, the 1895 diary was written by Mrs. Mamie Bishop Talmadge (Mrs. ary-
  Clovis u . Talmadge)* See also: Athens, Ga. , Ladies Benevolent and Mission
                                                                                    kept
  Society ledger. From this, it is believed that the earlier records were
                           fcy the rriertlbers of the Bishop family. (Thomas  Bishop and
                           far?;il: , lived on dackson st. in nouse now owned by the Univ
       m        . ,    , . versity end, occupied "':.": the Classics L'eigt.)      , f
                                                                                     of
  t    The diarist mentions deatfi of ner husbsna-'s sister "Bessie" in -nugust
  1895. Athens Weekly Banner for -^ug.9, 1895 carries         an obituary of Mrs. Bessie
                                                                                   Cspt.
  Talmadge Collins , which lists Capt. Clovis 0. Talmadge as her brother.
  Clovis G. Talmadge married Miss Mamie Carleton Bishop.          (See wedding invitation
  in "Athens- Ladies Benevolent etc.") All were Presbyterians & Dr. Boggs
   conducted the funeral services.
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Ms 1680



Athens Hardware Company (Ga.)
 Athens Hardware Company records, 1876-1929.
 15 v.

Athens Hardware Company, located in Athens (Ga.), previously known as Childs,
Nickerson & Co., and Childs & Co. Partners in the business included Asaph King
Childs and Reuben Nickerson.

 The collection consists of records of the Athens Hardware Company (Athens,
Ga.), and its predecessors Childs & Co. and Childs, Nickerson, & Co. from 1876-
1929. Includes account ledgers (1878-1882, 1891, 1915-1929) of the Athens
Hardware Company, order book for Childs & Co. (1876-1878), account ledger
(n.d.) of Childs, Nickerson & Co., and letter book (1898-1903) of Reuben
Nickerson.

Cite as: Athens Hardware Company (Ga.) records. Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.

 Related materials located in other repositories: Childs, Nickerson & Wynn
(Athens, Ga.) records and William and Susan Tate papers.

 1. Childs, Asaph King, 1820-1902. 2. Nickerson, Reuben. 3. Hardware stores-
Georgia. 4. Merchants-Georgia. 5. Stores, Retail-Georgia. 6. Athens (Ga.) 7.
Clarke County (Ga.) 8. Account books. 9. Business records. 10. Letter book. I.
GAGP
   ATHENS HIGH SCHOOL - 50TH ANNIVERSARY



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Accession No.      -       _____           Dates Covered

Date __^E^?l!_^E_____                      Number of Items ___ A

JName of ^ ,1 .-
»T                      ATHENS HIGH SCHOOL - 50TH ANNIVERSARY
       r Collection ________________——-———————————-




Given by : Miss Catherine Newton, 892 Prince Avenue, Athens, Georgia
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms

Date & method of arrival    August, 1966,via Miss Charlotte Newton


PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION
Record of the 50 year re-union of the class of 1916 at the Athens High School.
Collection contains, program, booklet giving class roll (of those attending)
with biographical information such as name, address, telephone number, name
of wife, children and grandchildren, occupation and other items such as travel,
military service, etc., also 2 pictures (to remain with collection) one of class
picture in 1916, other the re-union picture.




SUBSEQUENT HISTORY
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            MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION



Accession No.: 2306                             Dates Covered: 1802-1994
Date: July 1996 (revised)                       Number of items: 14 boxes

Name of Collection: Athens Historical Society Papers

Given by:
Deposited by: Athens Historical Society
Purchased from:
Other items:

Date & method of arrival: 1985, 1986,1996

DESCRIPTION

Letters, speeches, newspaper articles, maps, photos, an indenture, and a cemetery survey
chronicle Athens history. University history is recorded in newspaper articles and some
letters and Georgia history in speeches, newspaper articles, and brochures. AHS history
is recorded in minutes, newsletters, correspondence, and speeches. AHS internal papers
include directories, membership rolls. Constitution and by-laws, rosters, news releases,
and a paper entitled Ihe_ First I w^nt; Years: A Brif History of the Athens Historical
Society. The collection also has the papers, scripts, and newspaper clippings concerning
the AHS produced video Th Pre enc f h Pa t: Hi t ric Houses ol .vincns. Georgia.
See also the typescripts of the full soundtrack of the video Reminiscences of Old Athens.
Arranged by subject, date and type.

Later additions to the collection include financial papers. Athens Historical Society
Papers Volume II. and material regarding "Vanishing Athens" project. Crampton's Gap
project, Clarke county cemeteries project, and Ellis Merton Coulter birthday
commemoration.
                                                                     HARGRETT RARE BOOK AND MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
                                                                     3d Floor— Main Library, University of Georgia



MS H306            Athene Histoi ical             Society        '. A MS )   Inv.-nlf-   y

Box       1:1      Athens History, 38OS-lV3<t.
                   Includes photostats of four ; 8E?O ;jnd 18?" l-ttess. one
                   written tay !.)r . Waddei 1 . and the others concern Fl : jai".
                   Clark Mounger , qrandson nf General F3 . --h Cl=>." P.
                   ''857 Indenture between Charles M. Reese . and C.W. E.
                   H.R.J. Long, an 1 P57 Aareenent ^etweer T L : mas R.R. Cohb
                   and C.W, &- H.P.7. Long, a survey and blueprint of
                   Jacks. on Street Cemetei ., Natalie? Borori- '= "Names of
                   Early Athen c - Streets. '' and various newspaper artic 1 es .

                   Athens Histcrv, !'•• A9~ 1 98O .
                   See newspaper clippings, the Norn i na t i :n i F-;; •, ms of the
                   National Register of Historic Flares fc                              the Athens
                   C o b b h a m H i s t o r i r District, t h FJ D c w n t f; w r i i- 1 h e n s H j s t o r • c
                   District, ana the Old Clarke Haunty Jc i 1 : see also
                   Bloomfield Street Histo; ic District and Mi 11 edge Circle
                   Historjc. District confirmed listings ;• tne Natjona;
                   Register cf Historic Places, and a pesic j ; ruhhirg of ••-
                   medallion depicting the Athens Dnubie?-Ba rp] Cannon
                   and The Tree That Owns Itself.

          1:3      University of Georgia History, 19r1 ^-
                   H o n t a ins m any n e w s p a p e r - 1 i o r i n g s c c n c e , n i > i g v a r i o t ; s
                   well—known University figure heads su; s .s Chancellor
                   David "Uncle Dave" Barrow, George Fester Pesbody ,
                   Richard E. Russell, S.V. Russell, etc.                              5oe clippings
                   on general histor/, some letters, and a reprint of" an
                   1 B5^ d ep i c t ion o f F ran k 1 -j n Co "i 1 eg e .

          1 : ^f   .Julia Pope Moss Papers.
                   Let tei •-. and Renealngy.

          1:5      Dr . Wi 1 1 lam Lore-iii'O Mnss .
                   AHS correspondence : one er ni nu                     the1 Mos- market .            1983.
                   a nd h is hi s t o r \ .

          1 : t>   Miscellaneous Georqia Hir,tnry.
                   Includes "History of the Geor gia R,-- ; Iroad. " The G i ! mr •
                   House and cerrete: .• • n Oglethcrpe County, newsi..aper
                   articles. anr^ Sto^c? Mountain information.

B c ;-,   5:1      M i s c e 1 1 a n e n u <-; P h o t n q r a p h s a n d Maps.
                   Includes as               i R7P "Plat, of Tow •-. of Athen- . Old Town."                        so
                   J8'-^ "Map .- Pr . L" . R . Ware's [-. s t,a tp . " a photo of
                   Chanrelif.i David C. Barroi-j d-nJ Sumo pt', j td«s of kUi i fee.1
                   Hall.

          P;2      Photos -M J Historic Hi-jses of Athens.
                   T" w e n t y — s I p h rj t o g - a p h s ,

          P:3      Miscellaneous News J f *• ^er ',/Pamph 1 ets ,                   1 96"'- 1 9R6, .
                   Georgia League            of Hi s :,ur ie-3 i : 5acipLies Ne^s ] «?t ter ^ ,
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P:^      AHS      Cnr- esp'-';-,de OCP .                    :9£E.

5:5      AHB      Co ; r &=::;; ndpnce .                    D^cembr-.-              3 r, 6P-Ma,           1 9/3 3 .


^ri.     c.s-'S   C.:     -e=-o-                 :e.        ,3,-,uj^ ;             : 9£-      T^-ij^ry           1965.


-•-.7    AHR      Corr-esrorder^-F-.                        ^aru^d;.               ; 9 A..    J ;. . .;,a - •    ;

~:f:     AH .9     " ----nrj -jRdcrce.                       ''-^.

                                              !-.cc- .      . 96B .




£ :3     AHS      tTrirrsEL. . ---d -^-.n.- ,               : 97v .




         AHS r.oj riafe'ic-i.^pnre'.                        ': 98'..-'! W." .

         AHB Corre^po^oer.re.                                 9&- • l

         AM£       Cc?
Ms 2306 AHS Inventory Continued


                              Box 9
                         Business Papers
Folder                  Description
1                       Correspondence
2                       Advertisements
3                       Bank Statements 1968-1969
4                       Bank Statements 1970-1973
5                       Bank Statements 1974-1979
6                       Bills, Receipts
7                       Ledgers 1960-1980


                             Box 10
                              Books
1                      Athens Historical Society Papers Volume II
2                       Guest Books
Ms 2306 AHS Inventory continued



Box 11:1 Correspondence 1978-1987
    11:2 Correspondence 1988
    11:3 Correspondence 1989
    11:4 Correspondence 1990
    11:5 Correspondence 1991
    11:6 Correspondence 1992
    11:7 Correspondence 1993
    11:8 Correspondence 1994
    11:9 Minutes, Agendas 1989-1993
     1:10 Newsletters 1983-1991
     1:11 Newsletters 1992
     1:12 Newsletters 1993-1994
     1:13 Membership, Officers 1984-1994, Undated
     1:14 Photographs 1990 AHS Meeting
     1:15 Clippings



Box 12:1 Ellis Merton Coulter Birthday Commemoration 1980,1990
    12:2 "Presence of the Past..." - Premiere Material 1987
    12:3 Susan Frances Barrow Tate Fund - Reception 1988
    12:4 "Vanishing Athens" Project 1989-1990
    12:5 Crampton's Gap Project - Correspondence
    12:6 Crampton's Gap Project - Maryland 1992
    12:7 Crampton's Gap Project - Athens 1993
    12:8 Crampton's Gap Project - Macon 1994
    12:9 Crampton's Gap Project - Research Material
    12:10 Clarke County Cemeteries Project



Box 13:1 Printed Material - AHS Directories 1981-1994 (no 1986)
    13:2 Printed Material
    13:3 Financial Papers 1976, 1984
    13:4 Financial Papers 1987-1988
    13:5 Financial Papers 1989
    13:6 Financial papers 1990
Ms 2306 AHS Inventory continued


Box 14:1 Financial Papers 1991
    14:2 Financial Papers 1992
    14:3 Financial Papers 1993
    14:4 Financial Papers - Undated
    14:5 Financial Papers - Tax-Exempt Status Application and papers 1988
    14:6 Financial Papers - Tax-Exempt Status Application and papers 1988-1990
    14:7 Financial Papers - Tax-Exempt Status - Provisonal Granting by IRS 1989
    14:8 Financial Papers - Copyright for City of Athens Map 1975
    14:9 Financial Papers - "Important Papers"
    14:10 Miscellaneous Papers
   ATH^S, INSURANCE POLICIES, KLSC.



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Accession No..---_____                    Dates Covered

Date _.^Pi-.^-i_l?62______                Number of Items _____2

Name of Collection _




Given by- XrS . Lilla ::. Haves, 501 Whitaker St., Savannah.
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms

Date & method of arrival - Kail. Julv 12, 1962.


PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION

3 Ins. policies 186? - 18?1.




SUBSEQUENT HISTORY - Policies, as follows:

1 ~ Empire State Ins. Co., Augusta, Ga. insures Anderson W. Reese's Storehouse for
    SjtfOC. 186?-

?. - Georgia Hofte Insurance Co. Columbus, G,.. insures ?.'AT . .^dams' books, furniture
     and wardrobe in Rooms no. iK) & 41 in the west wing of the Newton House, cofftje-r
     Broad & College, for o^OO. 186P.

3 - Virginia Home Ins. Co. , Richmond, Vq. insures F.S. Thompson o: Co's 15 bales
    of cotton for ??50 in 18?1.
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Ms 115

Ladies Benevolent and Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church (Athens,
 Ga.)
 Ladies Benevolent and Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church (Athens,
Ga.) record book, 1882-1885.
 Iv.

 Arranged in chronological order.

The Ladies Benevolent and Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church
(Athens, Ga.) was organized on April 19,1882 to minister to the poor and
encourage benevolent work.

 The collection consists of a record book including minutes, a constitution,
and rolls of the Ladies Benevolent and Missionary Society of the Presbyterian
Church (Athens, Ga.) from April, 1882 - February, 1885. The minutes describe
the activities of the members including hymns sung, readings given by the
members, and elections of officers.

Cite as: Ladies Benevolent and Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church
(Athens, Ga.) record book. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries., Athens GA 30602.

 1. Presbyterian Church in America. 2. Presbyterian women—Georgia. 3. Women-
Georgia—Societies and clubs. 4. Women in the Presbyterian Church—Georgia. 5.
Church and social problems—Georgia. 6. Athens (Ga.)--Social life and customs—
19th century. 7. Minutes. I. GAGP
     i: n   .3   _i is.'i -o     ,.• '.. 'M i'li,   H'O.'l,   J.i iL




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    Accession No..,-^T—Lf^_____                                        Dates Covered _Ca._L3fiZ=lS68_

    Date --.Ja_nuary.,._-19-6l_______                                  Number of Items _i

    Name of Collection .———5




    Given by : Mrs. Jewett Willians, u36 Dearinp Street, Athens, Georgia
    Deposited by
    Purchased from
    Other terms

    Date & method of arrival: September, 1966, via S F B T


                               DESCRIPTION
         Manuscript listinp the objects of the Ladies Memorial Association,
    which was organized shortly after the close of the War Between the States.
    The association was formed to neroetuate the memory of "Those who fell in
\   Southern defense", and when funds were available to raise lastinr riionuments
J   in memory of th<= Confederate dead.




    SUBSEQUENT HISTORY
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   Accession No..__^t68_______               Dates Covered   ca. 1930' s

   Date      9 July 1986_______              Number of Items ___L____

   Name of Collection         Athens, Georgia._________________
                                 Long (Crawford) House.



   Given by    Douglas Johnson, Pharmacy School
   Deposited by
   Purchased from
   Other terms
   Date & method of arrival    8 July 1986


   DESCRIPTION
       Three photographs of the Crawford Long House on Waddel St. in Athens,
   Georgia. Photos made in the 1950's.

          Located in the Georgia Photograph File.




213/8-8U/300 i
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  Accession No._J=Q52________              Dates Covered

  Date _JLJJU£jL2ZZ________                Number of Items
  Name of Collection    Athens, Georgia — Memorabilia




  Given by
  Deposited by
  Purchased from
  Other terms

  Date & method of arrival


  DESCRIPTION} This miscellaneous collection of ephemera and memorabilia consists
 of the following:
      1) acorn from the Spanish Oak at the Botanical Garden, developed by
         University of Georgia professor Malthus Ward near Finley Street in
         Athens (provenance unknown);
      2) gavel made from baluster of the Crawford W. Long House, Waddell
         Street, in Athens (provenance unknown);
      3) badge celebrating the 47th Annual Session of the Georgia Grand Lodge,
         Knights of Pythias meeting in Athens 17 - l8 May 1916 (gift of Miss
         Corrie Whitner);                                                    '
      4) green glass grape from lamp in the Costa building (provanance unknown);
      5) wooden shingle from the roof of the present Garden Club of Georgia
         Headquarters, formerly Phi Mu House and home of Mary Lyndon, first
         dean of women at the University (gift of Buck Pennington).




313/5-77/200
ATHENS MODEL CITIES PROGRAM




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                                                                   1968-1973
 Accession No. —....-                            Dates Covered
 r>o,n       March,                                                      305 items
                                                 Number of Items
 Name of Collection      ' At hens Model Cities Program




 Given by
 Deposited by            •         .    .   -^
 Purchased from
 Other terms
 Date & method of arrival :     Some from Dr. Melvin, some from John Edens ' department.   1973-


 DESCRIPTION :
              Correspondence, Policy Board Minutes, By-Laws, Surveys, Plans,
          Evaluations, Projects, all connected with the Athens Model Cities
          Program. Material duplicates, and in some cases supplements the
          materials in the catalogued collection of material re this Progra
                                                                            m.
          See:   Ga.         and Ga.
                 HN              HN
                 80              80
                  .A83           .A83
                 A83

         Additional:     2.6 items from Dr. Melvin's office.




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Accession No.: 2220                                Dates Covered: 1957 -4980 me.
                                                                     <g
Date: January 1994                                 Number of Items: -4-boxes

Name of Collection: Athens Newcomers Club Papers




Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other items

Date & method of arrival: May 1984


DESCRIPTION
     The purpose of the Athens Newcomers Club is to welcome newcomers, promote
friendship, and acquaint members with the city and its cultural and civic opportunities.
Women are eligible for membership who have moved into the Athens area within three years
of joining the club, and membership is limited to a two year period.
     This collection contains Athens Newcomers Club minutes 1957-1977, scrapbooks of club
activities 1958-1980, recipes for club cookbooks, club rules, and a booklet by the club titled
"An Insider's Guide to Athens."
                    Athens Newcomers Club Papers
                              Ms 2220

                                  Inventory

Box   Folder     Description

1     1        1957 - 1960 Minutes

      2        1961 - 1962 Minutes

      3        1963 - 1966 Minutes

      4        1967 - 1968 Minutes

      5        1969 - 1971 Minutes

      6        1972 - 1973 Minutes

      7        1974 Minutes

      8        1975 Minutes

      9        1976 Minutes

      10       1977 Minutes

      1        Club Purpose and Rules

      2        Membership List

      3        Recipes - Winter 1975 Cookbook

      4        Recipes - Summer 1976 Cookbook

      5        Recipes - Fall 1976 Cookbook

      6        Recipes - Salads

      7        Printed Material - "An Insider's
               Guide to Athens"

3              Scrapbooks 1958-1966, 1966-1970

4              Scrapbooks 1971-1974, 1975-1980, 1980
Box    Description

5     Scrapbooks 1981-1984,1984-1985,1985-1986

6     Scrapbooks 1987-1988,1992-1993

7     Minutes 1977-1987,1978-1984, 1987-1996

8     Guest Books 1969-1981,1981-1987,1987-1991
      Receipt Book 1987-1992
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Ms 2607



Athens (Ga.). Office of the City Engineer papers, 1891-1976
9 linear ft.



Athens (Ga.) Office of the City Engineer papers were received in 1988 from the Office of
the City Engineer in Athens City Hall.

The main portion of the collection consists of: 2 oversize volumes of aerial photographs
of Athens (1946), City Engineer field books (1894-1953), sewer applications (1891-
1932), real estate listing (1936), and assessment rolls (1935-1976).

The sewer applications include the signature of the property owner, signature of the
plumber, and a rough sketch of the property and sewer work to be done. The field books
contain statistics and sketches by the city engineer of street improvement projects. The
collection refers to both residential and business property in Athens and University of
Georgia property.

Finding aid available in repository

Cite as: Athens (Ga.) Office of the City Engineer papers. Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602

Note: The 2 oversize vols. of Athens Aerial Photographs are under copyright,
Abrams Aerial Survey Corp., 124 N. Larch St., Lansing, MI AS912
Ph. 517-372-3100.
           ATHENS (GA) OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER
                            PAPERS
                            MS 2607

                                   Inventory

                                     Boxl

Folder      Description

1        Sewer applications 1891-1899     index
2        "                  "             #1-134
3        "                  "             #135-268 (see also oversize for #207)
4        "                  1899-1904     index
5        "                  "             #269-379
6        "                  "             #380-489

                                     Box 2

1        Sewer applications   1904-1908   index
2        "                    "           #1-100
3        "                    "           #101-200
4        "                    "           #201-300
5        "                    "           #301-400
6        "                    "           #401-456

                                     Box 3

1        Sewer applications   1908-1912   index
2        "                    "           #1-75      }   1908-1909
3        "                    "           #76-150    }   "
4        "                    "           #151-224   }   "
5        "                    "           #1-85      }    1910-1912
6        "                    "           #86-171    }    "
7        "                    "           #172-256   }    "
8        "                    "           #257-341   }    "
9        "                    "           #342-426   }    "
                                    Box 4

Folder     Description

1        Sewer applications   1913-1922    index
2        "                    "            #1-100
3        "                    "            #101-200
4        "                    "            #201-300
5        "                    "            #301-400
6        "                    "            #401-500

                                    Box 5

1        Sewer applications   1913-1922   #501-600
2        "                    "           #601-700
3        "                    "           #701-800
4        "                    "           #801-900
5        "                    "           #901-960
6        "                    "           #961-1045

                                    Box 6

1        Sewer applications   1922-1928   index
2        "                    "           #1-100
3        "                    "           #101-200
4        "                    "           #201-300
5        "                    "           #301-400
6        "                    "           #401-500
7        "                    "           #501-600 (see also oversize for #514)
8        "                    "           #601-677

                                    Box?

1        Sewer applications   1929-1932    index
2        "                    "            #1-60
3        "                    "            #61-120
4        "                    "            #121-180
5        "                    "            #181-235

                                    Box 8

                    City Engineer field books 1894-1919

                                    Box 9

                    City Engineer field books 1910-1935
                                               Box 10

                                 City Engineer field books 1935-1941

                                               Box 11

                                 City Engineer field books 1941-1948

                                               Box 12

                          City Engineer field books 1948-1953 & undated

                                               Box 13

      Folder       Description

      1           Paving contracts 1930,1933
      2           Real estate listing 1936
      3           Assessment rolls 1935-1948
      4           "                  1948-1965
      5           "                  1966-1976
      6           Correspondence 1960
      7           Alphabetical listing of property/property owners - undated


                                        Aerial photographs

                         Aerial views of Athens made in 1946 - 2 volumes
NOTE: These 2 vols. are under copyright.
Abrams Aerial Survey Corp., 124 H. Larch St., Lansing, MI              48912    Ph. 517-372-8100
                                          Oversize folders

      1. Index to sewer applications (originals) 1908-1912, 1913-1922
      2. Diagram for UGA Science Hall (from box 1, #207)
      3. Blueprints for R. L. Moss estate, remodeled hotel (from box 6, #514)
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 Accession No._£M_______                   Dates Covered   ca. 1906 - 1950 '
 Date 15 July 1983______                   Number of Items 1 box> l oversize folder
 Name of Collection     Athens Pamphlet Collection_________________________




 Given by   Charlotte Newton, 892 Prince Avenue, Athens, Georgia 30606
 Deposited by
 Purchased from
 Other terms
 Date & method of arrival   22 September 1981

 DESCRIPTION
       Clippings and pamphlets regarding the Lucy Cobb Institute, Mildred
  Lewis Rutherford, Athens, the University of Georgia, Georgia, and the
  South in general.




)U/4-M/lM
                         Athens Pamphlet Collection
                                  Ms 2064

                                    Boxl

Folder           Description

1        "Athens Banner - Athens Commercial, Agricultural-Industrial, Educational
             Interests" 21 December 1906
         "Athens Banner — The Advantages and Facilities Offered by the City of
             Athens to Homeseekers, Manufacturers, and Investors" 30 August 1911
2        "Athens, Georgia - Home of the University of Georgia 1801 -1951"
3         Athens Schools —
            "Athens Public Schools" 1934
            "Athens City Schools 1938-1939"
            " The Black Mammy Memorial"
              Athens High School graduation program - 1 June 1948
4         Athens - Lucy Cobb Institute
            "The Lightning Bug" February 1926, May 1926
            "Announcement" 1895-1900
            "59th Annual Announcement" 1916
             Faculty list 1917
             Clipping - "Petition on Lucy Cobb transfer..." - undated
5         Mildred Lewis Rutherford -
            "What the South May Claim"
            "Thirteen Periods of United States History" 13 November 1913
            "Miss Rutherford's Scrap Book" -
                 "The South's Greatest Vindication" October 1924
                 "The True History of the Jamestown Colony" January 1925
                 "The True History of the Plymouth Rock Colony" January 1925
                 "History of Slavery..." February 1925
6         Athens - First Presbyterian Church
             "The Exercises Commemorating the Centennial of First
               Presbyterian Church of Athens, Georgia" 1920
7         Athens General Hospital - dedication of the north wing, 8 April 1951
8         Athens - Ladies Garden Club 1941
9        "Survey of Athens and Clarke County, Georgia" -
             Part 1 "Human and Natural Resources" March 1944
             Part 3 "Health, Welfare, Recreation" April 1945
             Part 4 "Agriculture" November 1945
10       "Outline and Questions on the Constitutions of the United States and
              the State of Georgia" 1942
11        Athens — newspaper clippings
12        University of Georgia -
             "Welcome to the University of Georgia" [1951?]
             "Welcome to Memorial Hall" [1948?]
                                    Ms 57

Folder     Description

12              Commencement programs - 10 June 1948, 22 August 1951
                Honors Day program - 24 May 1950
                Charter Day program - 27 January 1951
                Alumni Day program - 4 June 1952
                Inauguration program of Omer Clyde Aderhold - 9 May 1951
                Newspaper clipping - "World's Biggest Framed Painting..." 1937
13       Miscellaneous papers
               Commencement invitations 1950
               Bible contest list
              "But does A&P tell all" 1938
              "Municipal Sanitation" 1907

                               Oversize Folder

         "Athens Daily Banner" - Souvenir editions, University of Georgia Summer
               School, 17 June 1903 and 27 June 1905
         "Athens Banner" - Trade editions, December 1902
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Ms 2984(M)


Athens, Georgia.
  Photographs, ca. 1940. 9 slides.


This collection consists of nine color slides of 4^flPHBH% scenes in Athens and at
the University of Georgia. Included are views of Phi Kappa Hall, the Landscape
Architecture School, the President's House, and other houses in Athens. There is also a
slide of Mrs. Hubert Bond Owens.


Cite as Athens, Georgia Photographs, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602.


1. Photographs 2. Athens, Georgia — Photographs.
3. Georgia. University — Photographs
                 Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library
                       University of Georgia Libraries



Ms 3092

Athens, Georgia Photographs, ca.!930's - early 1950's

133 items

Arranged by subject




        This collection consists of images of street scenes, houses, schools, churches, and
other buildings in Athens, Georgia. There are also several folders of unidentified
photographs., but most likely the locations are either Athens, north Georgia or possibly
Tennessee. It should also be noted that since the Athens photographer David L. Earnest
(born in Tennessee) appears to be in a couple of these images, there is the possibility that
he took some or most of these pictures. A photograph of his homeplace in East
Tennessee is also included.

       See next page for a folder inventory of the collection.




1. Earnest, David Lewis ( 1863? - 1956)
   Athens, Georgia Photographs, ca. 1930's - early 1950's (Ms 3092)
                         	Folder Inventory

Box 1      Folder      Description
           1           Athens, Ga. City Hall. College Ave.
           2           Athens, Ga. Coile (Laura) House. Cobb St.
           3           Athens, Ga. Dearing House. Milledge Ave.
           4           Athens, Ga. Dobbs House. Rutherford St.
           5           Athens, Ga. Emmanuel Episcopal Church. Prince Ave.
           6           Athens, Ga. Grady (Henry) Home. Prince Ave.
           7           Athens, Ga. Grove School. Cobb St.
           8           Athens, Ga. Hancock St.
           9           Athens, Ga. Long (Crawford?). Milledge Ave.
           10          Athens, Ga. Medical Center. Prince Ave.
           11          Athens, Ga. Mell (E.B.) House. Milledge Ave.
           11A         Athens, Ga. Methodist Church. Lumpkin St.
           12          Athens, Ga. Milledge Heights. House
           13          Athens, Ga. Moss House. Cobb St.
           14          Athens, Ga. Oglethorpe Ave. House
           15          Athens, Ga. Patterson Home. Prince Ave.
           16          Athens, Ga. Post Office. Hancock St.
           17          Athens, Ga. Presbyterian Church. Lumpkin St.
           18          Athens, Ga. Prince Place. House
           19          Athens, Ga. State Normal School. Winnie Davis Hall
           20          Athens, Ga. Talmadge (Sam) House. Milledge Circle
           21          Athens, Ga Tree That Owns Itself. Marker
           22          Athens, Ga. Trussell House. Milledge Circle
           23          Athens, Ga. VerNoy (?) Home. Milledge Ave.
           24          Athens, Ga. Young Harris Methodist Church. Prince Ave.
           25          Barn. Unidentified
           26          Cemetery. Unidentified
           27          Churches. Unidentified
           28          Earnest, David L. (?)
           29          Earnest (David L.) Homeplace. East Tennessee
           30          Georgia. University. President's House
           31          Georgia. University. Vet School Building
           32          Houses. Unidentified
           33          Mill. Unidentified
           34          Monument. Unidentified
           35          Parade car. Unidentified
           36          People. Unidentified
           37          Road. Unidentified
           38          School building (?). Unidentified
           39          Stephens, Alexander
           40          Water scenes (incl. rivers, waterfalls, etc.)
                               	Unidentified locations
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 Accession No.        1701_______              Dates Covered

 Date .-j-gps                                  Number of Items
  Name of Collection ____Athens FilotjClub.             _____

                                  Scrapbook.



 Given by Estate of Alberta Church Stephens, July 198!
 Deposited by
 Purchased from
 Other terms

 Date & method of arrival


 DESCRIPTION                            \      .    .   ^:.. .

     This small scrapbook was compiled to honor Alberta Church upon her marriage
 to R. L. Stephens.




       1.      Athens, Georgia.




3I3/1-TS/500
 ATHENS BE-ZONING PETITIONS



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Accession No. _. ...„_....___...„._..__.             Dates Covered __...__?__Z

Date    ._..Pec... 10 ?..l?7it..............         Number of items ._. _._.

Name of Collection ............A*h.e£?___?e.~ z ?.ninS




Given by: Mr. John Bondurant
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms

Date & method of arrival :          October


DESCRIPTION

        These petitions represent the efforts of the Athens Historical Society,
       the Society for the Preservation of Old Athens, and concerned citizens,
       to prevent the commercial zoning of Milledge Avenue from Broad Street
       north to Reese Street. There are several hundred names signed to news
       paper clippings, mimeographed petition sheets and a few letters, all
       protesting the re-zoning of "one of the South's best architectural
       assets."




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     Accession No. ..:Xl<2_r____._                 Dates Covered _____ l_8_6o_.-. 1.9^7.

     Date ... _...-1951 . .____..__.__.._._        Number of Items _.._._ .M_._._._
     Name of Collection       ATHENSj^GEpRGIA -




     Given by:           1.   Miss Kathleen Hines, 7^9 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Ga.
     Deposited by        2.   Mrs. J. W. Stone, Athens, Ga.
     Purchased from      3•   Mrs . Jewett Williams, ^36 Bearing Street, Athens, Ga.
     Other terms
     Date & method of arrival :     October 18, 1951.


     DESCRIPTION

           Letters, programs, invitations, clippings, broadsides, pertaining
      to Athens and the University of Georgia. Items filed together as follows:

              1.   Russell, Richard B. and Ina Dillard - Wedding invitation, and
                      at home card, 1891. (Gift of Mrs. Stone)

              2.   Brumby, John Wallis and Bell Hardeman - Wedding invitation and
                      reception card, 1871. (Hines gift)

              3.   Thomas, W. W. - Invitation to a barbecue, 189*1             (Gift of Mrs. Stone)
              U.   Grady, Henry W. and Julia King - Wedding invitation and reception
                      card, 1871.

              5-   The Georgia University Magazine, October, 1856, and March, 1857-
                      (Note:These are duplicates of cataloged copies) (Hines gift)

              6.   "The Memorial," extra of the Northeast Georgian, April 26, 1875•
                      Memorial Day issue re Confederate Monument. (Hines gift)
              7.   ALS from "Jennie" to (Mrs. R. J. Wilson) re weddings, etc., in
                      Athens, 1882. (Hines gift)
              8.   Hodgson, Mr. & Mrs. E. R. - Invitation to reception, Jan. 7, 1870.
                      (Hines gift)
              9.   Smith, Mr. & Mrs. H. H. - Invitation to a Calico Party, 1873.
                      (Hines gift)

                                                                           -    Continued -

    UGL 832
'HENS, GEORGIA - SOCIAL AND CULTURAL EVENTS      -    continued.




     10.     ALS from "Miss Mollie" to Mr. John Carithers, 1887.    A teacher's
                 letter to a child. (Hines gift)

     11.     Rutherford, Mildred Lewis - "Where the South Leads and Where Georgia
                 Leads." (Duplicate of cataloged copy)

     12.     "Confederate Museum," Advertisements of retail stores and announcements
                 of entertainments. No date. (Hines gift)

     13 & 14.    Southern Mutual Insurance Company - Program and Menu of 75th
                Anniversary Dinner. June 5 5 1923- 2 copies - (Mrs. Jewett Williams gift)


                                      - All the above in Small Mss. Collection.


     Note:     Items filed in other places:


      1.     Grand concert in aid of the Yellow Fever Sufferers. 1878.
                 Broadside # 39^ (Hines gift)

      2.     The Soldiers' Memento - Program. 1872.    Broadside # 393.   (Hines gift)

      3.     The Gentlemens' Quartette Club.   December 18, i860.   Broadside # 55
                 (Hines gift)



     Additional Note:


      1.     Centennial edition of Athens Daily Banner, 1901. (Hines gift)
                 Filed in Map Room in "Athens, Picture^Places, People ..."

      2.     Three programs filed in Small Mss. Collection under Sosnowski.

      3-     Items pertaining to Lucy Cobb in Lucy Cobb Collection.

      h.     Items pertaining to the University filed in University Program files
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Ms 135



Athens weekly chronicle account book, 1885-1889.
 1 v.

 Arranged in chronological order.
                                                                         icle from
 The collection consists of an account book of the Athens Weekly Chron
                                                                           ts
September 1885 - December 1889. The book lists on the left page amoun
received, person's name (for subscriptions) or service rendered. On the right
page, the book lists amounts paid out and item purchased.

 Forms part of: Stone Collection.


Cite as: Athens weekly chronicle account book. Hargrett Rare Book and
                                                                    .
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602

                                                                       Account
 1. Athens weekly chronicle. 2. Newspapers-Georgia. 3. Athens (Ga.) 4.
book. I. GAGP
ATKINS, ABNER - PAPERS
(ATKISON)

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 Accession No. ....___668_.___                     Dates Covered

 Date .. ._„.... NPV,._2Q.,_.196.7...____          Number of Items .... __2_
 Name of Collection _______ .. J^r_Atkins . (Atkison) Papers




 Given by : W. A. Lundy, Et. 1, Box 383, Cairo, Ga,
 Deposited by
 Purchased from -
 Other terms
 Date & method of arrival :      Rec' d.    11/20/6?.


 DESCRIPTION :
  1.      Certificate of service as Revolutionary soldier under Elijah

          Clarke.      Certificate dated October 15, 178^, certified by

          Clarke, Sept. 6, 1785.

  2.      Will of Abner Atkison (Atkins) dated Hancock County, May 20, 1820

          and leaves land and slaves to sons:               Cornelius, Lewis and Elbert;

          daughters:       Sally Cook (wife of Nathan Cook), Lusany Lundy;
          grandaughter:         Lucy Cook.     Signed:     Abner Atkison; Executors:

          Thomas Lundy and Starling Evans.               Witnesses:    George Collins,

          Spencer Watts, Aquillia Evans.




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Ms 972




Atkinson & Thatcher (Boston, Mass.)
 Atkinson & Thatcher records, [ca. 1900-1912].
 2 linear ft.

 Atkinson & Thatcher, a theater production company, Boston, Massachusetts.

 The collection consists of records of Atkinson & Thatcher from ca. 1900-1912.
The collection contains primarily script books for characters in the production
of QUINCY ADAMS SAWYER, MISS PETTICOATS, and APHRODITE AND BLENNERHASSET,
with penciled instructions, additions, and corrections. Also includes some
photographs, posters, and advertising, and promotional materials.

Cite as: Atkinson & Thatcher (Boston, Mass.) records. Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.


 1. Theater-Massachusetts. 2. Boston (Mass.) 3. Scripts. 4. Photographs.
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Ms 828

Atkisson, George Baber, 1843-1923.
 George Baber Atkisson family papers, 1851-1914.
 .5 linear ft.

 Arranged in chronological order.

George Baber Atkisson (1843-1923), physician, of Athens, Georgia.

 The collection consists of the papers of George Baber Atkisson, his sister
Fannie Atkisson, and the Atkisson family of Athens, Georgia from 1851-1914.
Includes correspondence, deeds, articles, a bible, poems, essays, photographs,
daguerreotypes, programs, scrapbooks, and indentures relating to ancestors of
the Atkissons. Articles and programs pertain to the Atlanta Medical College
and the Winterville Academy (Winterville, Georgia). Most of the correspondence
is to or from Fannie Atkisson. The collection provides a social history of
Georgia for the time period.

Cite as: George Baber Atkisson papers. Hargrert Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries., Athens GA 30602.

Related collections in this repository: Baber-Blackshear family papers and
Henry H. Carleton Civil War notebook.

 1. Atlanta Medical College. 2. Winterville Academy (Winterville, Ga.) 3.
Georgia-Social life and customs-19th century. 4. Georgia-Social life and
customs~20th century. 5. Athens (Ga.)~Social life and customs- 19th century.
6. Athens (Ga.)~Social life and customs—20th century. 7. Photographs. 8.
Daguerreotypes. I. Atkisson family, II. Atkisson, Fannie. III. GAGP
               DR. GEORGE BABER ATKINSON FAMILY PAPERS

                                         MS 828

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                            University of Georgia Libraries



Collection consists of letters, two scrapbooks, writings, indenture, 19 photographs and
Bible of the ancestors , family and descendants of Dr. Atkinson (1843-1923) of Athens
and Winterville. Dr. Baber received a medical degree at Atlanta Medical College but was
associated with a number of private schools in Georgia including Lawrenceville
Academy, Winterville Academy, Ringgold Masonic Institute, Maysville School and
Danielsville Acadmey. Many of the letters are to and from his sister Miss Fannie
Atkinson of Clarke County and there are drawings done by her while she was a student at
Montpelier Institute in Monroe County.

Dr. Atkinson was a Confederate soldier and member of Troup's Artillery. He was
wounded at Sharpesburg. Although there is no correspondence from this period, there is
a Bible carried by him during the war and a lot of information about Troup's Artillery in
the scrapbooks.

Dr. Atkinson's education was interruped in 1861 while he was a student at Franklin
College but some of the veterans, along with Dr. Atkinson, received their diplomas in
1914 commencement. A letter from Chancellor Barrow, a program and newspaper
clippings about the event are in the collection.

The photographs, both original and good copies from originals, are of the Atkinson and
Buffington families. Of special note is the carte de visite of R. E. Lee, autographed,
which was removed from the collection to the vault.


See the Baber Blackshear Family Papers for more correspondence from Fannie and
George Atkinson and their relationship to the Baber family.
                            Dr. George Baber Atkinson
                                     Ms 828



Boxl
  folder 1 - Dr. Atkinson's medical diploma- photocopy
         2 - indenture, Joab Atkinson v Jacob Phinizy 1856, Clarke Co
              note - Atkinson - Phinizy, 1856
         3 - family information - Baber and Atkinson
         4 - correspondence
              map of middle Virginia - mss, possibly CSA
              grad invitation for Mrs. Rosie L Miller, Luthersville [MD]
                   Female Seminary 1884
              Several letters to Fannie re employment
              letters to Fannie from Louise [Oglesby], D. A. Young, S. N. Kollock
              letters to George from J. Atkinson and Chancellor Barrow
              letter from S. E. Ewing and Aunt Mitte
              1941 bulletin from Church of the Epiphany, Atlanta - see flower chart
          5-19 photographs, 6 negatives: some with several copies
              William Calhoun Buffington & wife Sara Crawford Boone
               George Ellis [Atkinson] and niece [?] Mary Ella Hansford
               Matilda Ellis Baber Atkinson
               Eva, Maude & Anne Atkinson [daus of George]
               Mary Ella and George B Hansford and dog Lady
               family of Dr. and Mrs. Atkinson
               Joab Atkinson
               Joab, Ellis and Frances Ann Atkinson
               2 group photos of children
               George Baber Atkinson
               William Atkinson, son of Rochester
                large group photo
          6 - poems and essays - some signed
               At event of Horace Atkinson's marriage; D. A. Y. to Miss Francis;
                    Thomas A. Alexander, D. A. and William Alien
          7 - photocopies of items from scapbooks
           8 - R. E. Lee autographed photo - removed
           9 - Nine Fannie Atkinson drawings done while she student at Montpelier
                  Institute, Monroe County - most signed either 'Fannie' or 'Fannie
                  Atkinson'
          10 - scrapbook I - contains 43 engravings, family obituaries, article re Dr.
                  Atkinson's graduation from Atlanta Medical College, Troup Artillery
                   information
           11 - scrapbook II - news articles pasted in; engravings - 4 pasted, 4 loose;
     Ms 828 Dr. George Baber Atkinson Family Papers, cont'd page 2

folder 11 continued: School information and articles about Lawrenceville Academy,
           Winterville Academy, Ringgold Masonic Inst., Maysville School,
            Danielsville Academy - no date for any

      12 - Bible carried by Dr. Atkinson through the Civil War - inscription in front
            and a few inserts
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                     MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

Accession No.: 2883(M)                            Dates Covered: 1880's

Date: April 1994                                  Number of Items: 11 items

Name of Collection:   Harry Atkinson Collection




Given by: Harry W. Atkinson, 5845 Norton Circle, Flowery Branch, Georgia 30542
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other items

Date & method of arrival: unknown


DESCRIPTION
     The collection consists of newspaper clippings, a cigarette card from W. Duke Sons &
Co., and a ticket to the unveiling of the Ben Hill statue in Atlanta on May 1, 1886. The
clippings are from the "Atlanta Constitution" and the "Macon Telegraph" in the 1880's. The
articles pertain to the sermons of Rev. De Witt Talmadge, Rev. J. Benson Hamilton, and Dr.
Henry McDonald; the deaths of Henry Grady and Jefferson Davis; and a column by Bill Arp
("Arp Has Something To Say About The Race Question.)"

   Photocopies of the clippings have been added for preservation purposes.
 TLA!-:TA -
                                                                          4
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                            MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

Accession No. _ -3L_O______                       Dates Covered .

Date _«june..23*li65_______                       Number of Items
Name of Collection —^T^S^L ^s^_^^=^-=-±^^LL_-'- rftHTl/u.;_ -jQitYai OF

                     jAJ.LL_T'-LJjS 0'!"^^ Tv-i --xTj-n^TA AiJu—j. - .




Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival :   °~^ stock. [/-TA.


PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION
Typescriot of a. surve^ of adult education in Atlanta prepared by the
Servics Project, V.r .?.A. .-itlants , ueor^is, August, 19-^0.




SUBSEQUENT HISTORY
 ATLAHTA BUSINESS ITEMS


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                            MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

Accession No.      1177_______          •       Dates Covered     1^71-•.---1912

Date ___8 November 1977                         Number of Items    2________

Name of Collection          ATLANTA BUSTTTRRR




Given by Harvey Dan Abrams, Atlanta, Georgia
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms

Date & method of arrival-    Summer 1977 by Richard Harwell


DESCRIPTION       Included are decorative bills of sale from P. & G. T.
Dodd & Co. Wholesale Growers from 10 February 1871, and A. C. Miller &
Co. Wagons and Business Buggies from 5 December 1912.
                 Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library
                       University of Georgia Libraries

                               Manuscript Collection


Ms 3132

Atlanta (Ga.) restaurants and groceries
   Photographs, ca. 1949
   22 items

Arranged by subject

       This collection consists of 22 8"xlO" black and white photographs of restaurants
and grocery stores in the Atlanta area. Most are interior views and many of them show
customers or employees. A list, with any known address information, follows.

1:1 Atlanta City Auditorium display
1:2 Beerman Grocery Co. 307 6th St. NE
1:3 Coleman (Marvin) Market Trinity Ave.
1:4 Ivey's Grocery Dill Ave.
1:5 Little Farm Marietta Hwy. (exterior view)
1:6 McCool's Market
1:7 McMichael's Market I655McLendonAve. NE (2 photos)
1:8 Mitchell Super Market Cheshire Bridge Rd
1:9 N & B Food Store 222 ltfh St.
1:10 Newman's Grocery 338 Capitol Ave.
1:11 Pape Market Stewart Ave
1:12 Payton and Harbin
1:13 Peachtree Pantries 3767 Peachtree Rd. NE (2 photos)
1:14 Poinsetta Fine Foods 992 Virginia Ave. NE (2 photos)
1:15 Prescott Restaurant 533 W. Peachtree
1:16 Refrigerated Exchange Inc. 237Pryor SW
1:17 Shield's Market Decatur
1:18 Sody Pop Grill
1:19 Unidentified restaurant

Cite as Atlanta (Ga.) restaurants and groceries. Photographs. Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602


1. Atlanta (Ga.)-Photographs 2. Groceries-Georgia-Atlanta-Photographs
3. Photographs 4. Restaurants-Georgia-Atlanta-Photographs
/n .. V'£jhbj.i , ,   '1.1 U.'   Uf    V




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                                            MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

  Accession No._J-JiQ2________                             Dates Covered ___JLBZ1_

  Date _17_.JIovpm'ber- 197ft____                          Number of Items ____i_

  Name of Collection _JLtlan±a-




  Given by
  Deposited by
  Purchased from                 Harvey Dan Abrams, Atlanta, Georgia
  Other terms

  Date & method of arrival                 8 November 1978 by Richard Harwell


  DESCRIPTION
       Dated 2 June 1871, this document appoints a board of visitors to attend
  the second annual examination of the Normal and Preparatory Departments of
  Atlanta University. It is signed by Rufus B. Bullock as governor of Georgia.
  Among those named as members of the board are Joseph E. Brown, John Livingston
  Hopkins, W.A. Hemphill, Dr. S.H. Stout, and J.I. Whitaker. The present doc
  ument, is a true copy by H.C. Corson, Secretary of the Executive Department.




 313/1-78/500
,lanta, Georgia - Washington Street View
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                              MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

    Accession No—iiil^________                 Dates Covered ca_l8l5_

    Date _____16 March 197Q                    Number of Items _L
    Name of Collation Atlan'ba » Georgia - Washington Street View




    Given by
    Deposited by
    Purchased from   D . c . Alien, Three Oaks, Michigan
    Other terms

    Date & method of arrival 28 February 1979 "by mail


    DESCRIPTION
    This stereoscopic view by E. and H. T. Anthony & Co., of New York is number 99^1
    of a series of "Views in Atlanta,Ga." This particular slide is a fine photograph
    of Washington Street looking south from Hunter Street featuring the Second Central
    Presbyterian [foreground] and Second Baptist [background] Churches. Also note
    worthy are the gas lights and sidewalks. The fencepost in "'the left foreground was
    part of the enclosure surrounding the City Hall - Courthouse lot, .now occupied by
    the State Capitol.
   ATLAlvTlC COASTLINE RR



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                            MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION


Accession No.—ja«—j2-J_____                  Dates Covered __

Date __________________                      Number of Items
                                                                 30
Name of Collection         ATLANTIC COAST LLl^B RAILRAOD, CONSTITUENT COMPANIES OF




Given byj Dr. 3. Walter Martin
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms

Date & method of arrival


PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION
PHOTOSTATS.

An alphabetical listing and table of the companies which made up the Atlantic
Coast Line RR Co. Joseph 3. Brown's Western RP is one of these. List compiled
by Sam Vfoods. Photostats




SUBSEQUENT HISTORY
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                                MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION




      Ms 2277



      Atwell, W. T.
      W. T. Atwell papers

     98 items.
     Correspondence from Atwell while serving in the U.S.
        Navy in Japan during the Vietnamese Conflict and
        miscellaneous papers.

Location:        University of Georgia Libraries, Hargrett Rare Book
                    and Manuscript Library (Athens") .

Subjects:        Seamen -- United States. Icsh
                 United States. Navy -- Foreign service -- Japan.
                 Japan -- Letters from.
                 Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 -- Naval operations,
                    American.
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                                    MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION




Ms 715



Augusta Arsenal (Ga.)
 Augusta Arsenal records, 1841-1844.
 56 items.

 Arranged in chronological order.

 The collection consists of records of the Augusta Arsenal (Ga.) from 1841-
1844. Primarily from the United States Army Ordnance Dept. to Lt. Col. George
H. Talcott, the collection includes correspondence, inventories, invoices, and
receipts pertaining to the daily business and operations of the arsenal.

Cite as: Augusta Arsenal (Ga.) records. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries., Athens GA 30602.


 1. Talcott, George, 1786-1862. 2. Arsenals—Georgia. 3. Military supplies-
Georgia. 4. Ordnance-Georgia. 5. Military administration—Georgia. 6. Augusta
(Ga.) I. United States. Army. Ordnance Dept.
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                            MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

 Accession No.—.JkZ52j2^75__^l«-ErJ        Dates Covered     1888_

 Date __iJNte.rch_1982______               Number of Items

 Name of Collection ___._Augu_sta,__Georgia.___________
                             Photograph.



 Given by
 Deposited by
 Purchased from    Jenkins Company
 Other terms

 Date & method of arrival


 DESCRIPTION
      This view is of the September 10 to 11, 1888 flood of Augusta, Georgia.
 The street pictured is the De Antignac Block of Broad Street. It was
 photographed by the Augusta Art Gallery.

        Located in picture file under "Augusta, Georgia.     Flood of 1888"




313/1-78/500
AUSTIN, J.F. — DIXIE POLKA (MANUSCRIPT MUSIC)

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                           MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

Accession No.-J-.i2j2________              Dates Covered - ....jundated

Date _.i6_.5§.?ei^)-er_12IZ____            Number of Items ____1____

Name of Collection _Jt_Pi_ADS^N_==_S2CQLJE!




Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms Removed from Sheet music Collection

Date & method of arrival   1*4- December 1977


DESCRIPTION       J.F. Austin's "Dixie Polka" is here in a manuscript copy
probably written out by Fannie Heard. Also transcribed in the same hand
is "Dixie Song." The manuscript consists of two leaves and is in pencil.
AUSTIN



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                                  MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
y
     Accession No...-..JL_£L7-___               Dates Covered   Sept. 20, 1848______

     Date -2iL/lq-+l3.&2--________              Number of Items 1 letter & typescript copy

         Name of Collection ___




     Given by
     Deposited by
     Purchased from
     Other terms

     Date & method of arrival


     PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION

     ALS William c ?j Austin to "Brother James", Col. James Austin, of Lawrenceville, Ga,

     letter dated:       Campbellton, Ga., Sept. 20, 1848.

     Typescript coy£ included.

     Austin wants tc £C into business, preferably in some other tovm-raaybe
     "go west" ir. s year or two.



     SUBSEQUENT HISTORY
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            MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION



Accession No.: 2252 (M)                         Dates Covered: 1864,1943,1945
Date: 1984                                      Number of items: 3

Name of Collection:         Austin Family Papers

Given by: Mrs. J. M. Austin, 1860 Neely Ave., East Point GA 30344
Deposited by:
Purchased from:
Other items:

Date & method of arrival: mail, 1984

DESCRIPTION

3 items: letter written by Mrs. Austin's ggrandfather from Petersburg, 18 Oct 1864 to his
             wife, and on recto is letter from the wife, E. C. Wellborn of Covington. dated
             20 Sept 1864 to her husband. Talks of family matters, items needed in VA.
         V-mail microfilm copy of Christmas card dated Oct 43 from Sgt. James E.
             Austin, B Btry, 14th FA Bn in Europe to Elizabeth Moseley, Atlanta
         Post card from Paris, dated Dec 1944 to Elizabeth Moseley from Austin
    AYERS, ROBERT H. - "The Role of Organized Religion"




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                              MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

Accession No.              "••                 Dates Covered

Date          December, 1971                   Number of Items -   ^ P&g6S
Name of Collection          "Pnbert H. Avers - "The Role of Organized Religion"




Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from          Not known
Other terms

Date & method of arrival


DESCRIPTION.       *



              Typescript of chapter 8 of Georgia Today; Facts & Trends, edited
     by John C. Belcher and K. Imogene Dean, published by the University of

     Georgia Press, I960.        Athens, Ga.




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