Mines, Mining, and Geology
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
This series consists of annual reports of the Department of Mines, Mining and Geology. These published reports present in concise but comprehensive form the varieties of work undertaken by the Department, particularly emphasizing the programs of investigation and research in mineral resources and the accomplishments of the Department during each year. There are also reviews of work done in cooperation with other agencies.
Mines, Mining and Geology - Administrative Records - Coastal Plain Well Locations Letterpress Plates
This series consists of: (1) miscellaneous reports, (2) information circulars, (3) surveys, (4) handbooks, and (5) publications lists in both hardcover and paperbound volumes. Most of the reports give a review of activities of the Department in conjunction with federal and other state agencies and reveal information and studies of geological resources and conditions throughout the state.
This series contains the annual reports to the state geologist. The reports are printed and paperbound and give a broad survey of the department's activities while offering recommendations for the future. The reports list gifts and loans received by the Georgia Geological Survey.
This series consists of quarterly reports of the State Geologist and Assistant State Geologist as given to the Governor and the Advisory Board of the Geological Survey of Georgia. These narratives vary in form and content and cover the years 1909 - 1936. The quarterly reports covering the fiscal activities of the State Geologists office may be found in RGSGSERIES 50-1-24, Financial Reports and Warrant Requests.
This series contains reports of the annual examination of departmental accounts conducted by the state auditor. Information is provided in four categories: (1) receipts and disbursements; (2) analysis of personal services, which indicate employees' names, job titles, salaries, and individual expenses; (3) analysis of travel expenses by individual, and (4) reconciliation of bank accounts.
This is a series containing expenditure ledgers for the department. Some of the bound volumes list the expenditures incurred in organizing and setting up a Georgia exhibit for the St. Louis Exposition of 1904. They also detail expenses for moving the exhibits to the Jamestown Exposition. Other volumes list expenses incurred by field geologists. Each of the ledgers indicates the date the payment was made, the person paid, the services rendered and the amount paid.
This series contains accession records for the State Geologist's Library. The bound volume includes for each accession: (1) the accession number, (2) title, (3) author, (4) date of accession (after 1894), and (5) the place from where the publication was received.
Part I: geological descriptions and topographical measurements of specific locations, surveys, maps, sketches, and travel records arranged by name of mineral. Part II: well reports, including county maps, well name and number, location, owner, date of completion, depth and use. Arranged alphabetically by county. Part III: geological descriptions and topographical measurements of specific location, surveys maps, sketches, and travel records on miscellaneous minerals.
This series contains the manuscript versions of the Bulletins of the Georgia Geological Survey. For published volumes, see RGSGSERIES 50-2-27, Georgia Geological Survey Bulletins.
This series consists of published monographs on specific geological subjects in Georgia. There are both hard and soft bound volumes and some volumes contain loose maps. The bulletins contain reports of surveys on geological resources and conditions of the state and each volume covers a specific resource or condition on a local or statewide basis. This series is related to RGSGSERIES 50-2-17, Drafts of Bulletins.
The Georgia Mineral Newsletter is a quarterly periodical containing articles on Georgia geological conditions. These are illustrated and supplemented by maps. The newsletters' primary function is to provide the public with information on Georgia's geological conditions. More detailed information of this kind can be found in RGSGSERIES 50-2-23, Annual Reports of the Department of Mines, Mining and Geology.
This series consists of statements of production and value of Georgia minerals and lists producers of various minerals. The statements are loose papers, tables and charts. The production statements include: (1) names of companies, (2) amount of minerals produced in ton and value, (3) addresses of the various producers, and (4) tabulations of the U.S. Bureau of Mines.
This series consists of registers of chemical analyses and assays of minerals and water conducted by the Geological Survey of Georgia. Entries include information about property owners, locations, and summaries of the analyses. Early entries also include method of analysis.
This series consists of: (1) bound and unbound manuscripts, (2) maps of geological areas or deposits, (3) sketches and drawings illustrating geological resources or conditions, and (4) texts of studies of specific geological resources or conditions on a local or statewide basis. Also included is a manuscript that gives the geological history of the state.
This series consists of paperbound scrapbooks which contain newspaper articles dealing with the Department's activities and geological phenomena in Georgia. The clippings were collected by the Department's staff from newspapers of numerous Georgia cities and towns as well as from outside the state.
Mines, Mining and Geology - Geological Field Agents - State Geologist Photographs and Negative Files
Mines, Mining and Geology - State Division of Conservation - Civil Defense Program Material & Corres
This series consists of Annual Reports of the Georgia Surface Mined Land Use Board. These reports include: (1) information on all activities included in surface mining in Georgia, supplemented by illustrations, maps and charts; (2) pictures of the current members of the Board; (3) financial statement for the fiscal year, and (4) projected needs and objectives for the coming year.
This series contains the Proceedings of the Georgia Surface Mined Land Use Board Symposium on the Rehabilitation of Drastically Disturbed Surface Mined Lands. The proceedings contain talks by participants on the environmental results of surface mining and suggested idea, for reclamation. A list of those attending is included.
Mines, Mining and Geology - WPA State-Wide Minerals Survey Project - County Surveys, Technical and Supervisory Records
Mines, Mining and Geology - WPA State-Wide Minerals Survey Project - Department Director's Project Files
This series consists of the WPA project files of Captain Garland Peyton, Director of the Department of Mines, Mining and Geology. It contains: (1) drafts of the proposal for the state-wide project, (2) personnel files for the supervisors and technicians, (3) periodic reports from counties and districts, (4) copies of the monthly state-wide reports, (5) financial records of the contributions of the sponsors of the state-wide project, and (6) other project related materials.