Treasury Dept. - Administration - State Treasurer's Subject Files
Scope and Contents
This series contains what is surely only a fragment of the administrative subject files of the Georgia State Treasurer. Among the great variety of records and subjects included are: miscellaneous correspondence; requests for advances on salaries and expenses; receipts; papers concerning investigations; requisitions for committee members and others; warrants for salaries and expenses; performance bonds; requests for payment; change bills for the Western and Atlantic Railroad; telegrams; audits of the treasurer's account; appointments to office; estate records concerning registered bonds; and bills outstanding. These records partially document the myriad duties falling on the state treasurer, including his service on several special investigating committees and his role in the building and operation of the state-owned Western and Atlantic Railroad.
- Created: 1784-1946
- Treasury Department (Organization)
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The files are arranged chronologically by year or span of years and thereunder alphabetically by subject or type of record, if any be indicated. In cases where records covering a span of years are filed together, the file is placed in chronological order by the first year in the span. Undated records are filed first.
- Treasury Dept. - Administration - State Treasurer's Subject Files
- Georgia Archives
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