Academic journal article The Journal of Southern History

Libraries and Archives

Academic journal article The Journal of Southern History

Libraries and Archives

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The Georgia Historical Society is pleased to announce forty-six archival collections are now available for research: Herman W. Coolidge papers, circa 1790-2003 (MS 2436); Rainwater family papers, 1864-1951 (MS 2450); Frank Exley sawmill records, 1896-1937 (MS 2451); Jack Leigh photographs, circa 1988 (MS 2472); William Easterlin collection of Burke and Jefferson Counties Superior Court records, 1793-1801 (MS 2474); John Gross Sr. land grant and survey, 1807-1808 (MS 2475); U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dredge Albany photographs, 1939 (MS 2476); Georgia Chamber of Commerce records, 1944-2009 (MS 2477); Whitemarsh Island Garden Club records, 1940-2006 (MS 2478); Sue Rodgers collection of Collins family papers, circa 1860-1920 (MS 2479); John J. Potter family papers, circa 1901-2007 (MS 2480); Felton Farrar papers, 1935-2000 (MS 2482); Max Courson collection on Foster Sellers, circa 1990-2010 (MS 2483); Mark V. Smith collection on Thomas A. Smith Jr., 1939-2001 (MS 2487); John H. Clark collection of Chatham Motorcycle Club photographs, circa 1933-circa 1948 (MS 2488); Jane G. Kahn photographs and newspaper clipping, circa 1885-1962 (MS 2489); Frances Maclean photographs of the N.S. Savannah, 1962 (MS 2490); Sidney B. Barnes Jr. photographs, circa 1940- 1960s (MS 2491); Central of Georgia Railway dispatch records, budget reports, and other materials, 1962-1965 (MS 2492); Gordon B. Smith papers. 1919-2010 (MS 2493); Cay and Day family genealogy research materials, 1623-2013 (MS 2494); Central of Georgia Railway personnel records, circa 1940-1960 (MS 2495); C. H. Carson letter (MS 2497); A. W. Moller photograph, Cotton Picking in Georgia, circa 1895 (MS 2497); Henry Dreeson collection of Chatham County deeds, 1866-1918 (MS 2498); Herman N. …

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