Creating the Modern South: Millhands and Managers in Dalton, Georgia, 1884-1984

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

CROWN COTTON MILLS COMPANY RECORDS
The Crown Mill records, open to the public at the Crown Gardens and Archives in Dalton, Georgia, offer a rich collection for the study of southern textiles from the 1880s through the 1960s. For the most part, however, the collection remains uncataloged. As a result, it has sometimes been difficult for me to give precise citations in my notes. Most bound volumes in the archives, such as payroll ledgers, can be found easily enough, and materials from clearly identifiable files (which are listed below with the manuscripts located at Crown Gardens) are readily accessible. In order to provide citations for the letters and documents that I found in scattered and unlabeled boxes, I placed either the originals or, in most cases, copies of the originals in a container labeled Miscellaneous Documents Box (MDB), which is available at Crown Gardens.
MANUSCRIPTS
Atlanta, Georgia
Georgia Department of Archives and History
State of Georgia, Commissioner of Commerce and Labor, Annual Reports, 1912-30
State of Georgia, Department of Industrial Relations, Annual Reports, 1932-33
State of Georgia, Department of Labor, Annual Reports, 1938-56
Southern Labor Archives
John Ramsey Papers
Records of the Textile Workers Union of America, Local 185, Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union Collection, 82-19

Dalton, Georgia
Crown Gardens and Archives
After Strike Papers File
David P. Bass Family File
Polly Boggess. "The Crown Mill Historic District" (typescript)
Walter Bogle Newspaper Clipping File
James Campbell File
David D. Hamilton. Untitled article on history of Crown Cotton Mills (typescript)
John Hamilton Family File
William K. Moore Family File
National Register of Historic Places. "Inventory and Nomination Form for the Crown Mill Historic District" (typescript)
Union -- Work Stoppages -- Strike File
Cheryl Wykoff, comp. "Tufted Bedspread Sampler" (typescript)
Dalton Regional Library
City of Dalton Scrapbooks

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