Confederate Pensions and Records - Pension Office - Letters and Reports With Other State Agencies
Scope and Contents
Letters between the Pension Office and the governor, together with the annual reports of the governor constitute the larger portion of this series. Many of the annual reports are printed, others are mimeographed copies, while a few are typed. Reports are included for 1905 - 1906, 1914, 1916, 1920 - 1921, 1923, 1937, and 1943 - 1960. Agencies and officials for which correspondence and/or reports are included are: (1) the Georgia Department of Archives and History, (2) the State Auditor, (3) the State Director of Civil Defense, (4) the Department of Commerce, (5) the Department of Education, (6) the Employees Retirement System, (7) the General Assembly (House of Representatives, Economy Committee), (8) the Highway Department, (9) the Department of Labor, (10) the Milledgeville State Hospital, (11) the Department of Public Welfare, (12) the Supervisor of Purchases, (13) the Department of Revenue, (14) the Secretary of State, (15) the Department of Veterans Service, and (16) the State Treasurer.
- Created: 1900-1960
- Confederate Pensions and Records (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
1.50 Cubic Feet
Language of Materials
Correspondence with the Attorney General of Georgia is included in Series 10, rather than here. Letters and reports to the governor are in the front of the file, followed by the various agencies in alphabetical order. Within each agency the material is arranged chronologically except for the Employees Retirement System records which are by subject.
- Confederate Pensions and Records - Pension Office - Letters and Reports With Other State Agencies
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