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Collection contains mostly news clippings with a few architectural drawings.
Several compilations, part of a bound volume of notes, and loose papers created by cousins Mary Hill Ficklin and Ida May Hill Casey. The collection contains Pope as well as Wilkes County, Georgia, Hill genealogy. Some of the notes are on letterhead for the Gate City National Bank in Atlanta on the corner of Alabama and Pryor Streets. Lodowick J. Hill was president; A. W. Hill, vice-president.
Included in this series are letters, memoranda, reports, news releases and some pamphlets relating to the functional operation of the Animal Industry Division. This subject file served as a central reference repository for the above record types which originated in or accumulated within the Division.
This series consists of annual or biennial reports which summarize the accomplishments of the Department of Agriculture during the indicated time period and recommend future changes or programs. The various division chiefs and the commissioner include reports of their respective areas of responsibility.
Apparently, the Markets Commodity Promotion Division transmits copies of all its papers to the Commissioner for his perusal. Consequently, these files document the activities of the various commodity commissions in Georgia. Documents included in this series are: minutes of commission meetings; marketing and warehouse storage contracts initiated by the commissions; marketing orders stipulating product affected and scope; and correspondence related to commission activities.
This series contains records relating to all areas of interest to the Assistant Commissioner in charge of Consumer Protection. Included are: correspondence discussing proposed legislation, policy, methods and procedures for implementing programs of food quality control, fuel and weights and measures; memorandums; forms; pamphlets; and legal documents.
Series consists of description of expenditures on hotels, meals, railroad fare, gas, oil, and automobile repair for L.H. Glenn, State Oil Inspector.
This series contains correspondence, memorandums, publications and other records which document the two-fold functions of the Division: supervising and regulating the fuel suppliers in Georgia; and inspecting all weighing and measuring devices in the State. The records further document the close interaction between the Division and others in the Department of Agriculture and other government agencies.
These published bulletins show the department's involvement in every phase of agriculture, from the preparation of the soil to the marketing of the products and animals. Many of the bulletins document laws and regulations applicable to agricultural products.
These bulletins were published in newspaper format once a week. The content often takes the form of advertisements offering to buy or sell agricultural labor, equipment, livestock, seed, plants, game, poultry, handicrafts, hay, feed, grain, and other agricultural products. Other subjects included are advice on when to plant certain crops, various federal programs available to farmers and strike news.
These statistical reports indicate the volume of fertilizers of various formulas utilized by farmers in all of Georgia's 159 counties. The frequency of publication of these reports varies over the years. In the earlier years reports were issued twice a year, but beginning in 1962, monthly reports were published while the semi-annual total reports were continued.
These single-page mimeographed market reports published by the Department's Market News Service indicate the Georgia f.o.b. dock quoted prices and the supply of broilers and fryers and the estimated volume of slaughter for the day or week. Often two days' reports are issued on one page. At least once a week a note is included on the Arkansas poultry market as well.
This series consists of a 16 mm, single-reel film promoting the Georgia State Farmers Market in Forest Park, Georgia.
Consists of indices to DDT spray program maps on index cards. Details houses and house numbers.
The collection includes records related to Albert Cash's military career and include his World War I Honorable Discharge; Civilian Conservation Corps Honorable Discharge; and various certificates from the World War II Auxiliary Military Police.
Correspondence and newspaper clippings of Guerry that endorse his work and document his painting commissions and exhibitions.
The collection includes correspondence, accounts and records, bank statements, plats, assets, trust deeds and appointments, lists of properties, securities and collaterals, powers of attorneys, wills, and other paper's connected with Hitz's work. George E. Merrick, Coral Gables Corporation, and Belleair Estates, Inc., are a few of those he represented.
Tissue letter book contains Alfred's private correspondence during his first two years as governor. Inventory includes letter abstracts. Colquitt's official correspondence as governor is in Record Group 1-1-5.
Official records of the organization: minutes, annual reports, correspondence, fiscal records, project records, publicity materials, and scrapbooks. 1960s and 1970s papers document integration in Atlanta and the second wave of feminism among the members. Two Branch projects, the annual Bookfair that raises scholarship money and a book, GEORGIA WOMEN, for school children, produced many of the valuable records.
Includes a general cash book, 1910 - 1920; premiums cash book, 1911 - 1913; one volume of cashed-in stock certificates; and a ledger of 1912 receipts and disbursements.
Correspondence and notes relating to the Boyd, McCord, and other Georgia families. Papers reveal religious and racial attitudes of their era as well as genealogical research. Specific examples of attitudes given include African American, Jewish, and Roman Catholic research.
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