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Industry and Trade - Agricultural and Industrial Development Board - Area Economic Evaluation Studies
Industry and Trade - Agricultural and Industrial Development Board - Industrial Development Board Records
Agriculture Industrial Newsletter, Tourist Bulletin, board Meeting Minutes, 1948
This series contains documents relating to companies in the United States with internationally based operations and United States companies and development agencies based in states other than Georgia with interests in international activities involving Georgia. Included are inquiries and replies related to international trade affairs, contact reports and newspaper and magazine articles dealing with foreign trade matters.
Industry and Trade - Port of Brunswick - Report to the Agricultural and Industrial Development Board
This series consists of plans of the state port terminal in Savannah harbor showing the location of the proposed project. Frederick W. Crowe, consulting engineer, authored the plans.
In the Department's extensive promotion of Georgia as a prospective site for the filming of motion pictures, this Directory was published. In it can be found all information useful or helpful to the motion picture crews, including lists of companies selling equipment and supplies, communications media, accommodations available, weather information and related local industries. Each edition contains a table of contents.
The major purpose of these publications is to publicize the industrial growth in Georgia. They are composed of short articles relating to many aspects of industrial development in Georgia. They especially feature the movement of new industries into the towns and counties of Georgia. Some issues are bound.
The department published these newsletters in the 1950’s. They were composed of short articles on varied subjects all related to businesses that had recently moved into Georgia and other similar articles.
This series contains copies of speeches delivered before various business and civic organizations all over Georgia by the Executive Director of the department promoting tourism and industrial development and describing the functions and organization of the Department of Industry and Trade.
This series contains the insertion orders and the proofs of all advertisements relating to all aspects of the public relations projects of the Department. Fields covered include industrial opportunities, and promotion of tourism, communications media, the film industry and international business. The proof sheets depict the ads themselves and the insertion orders contain information concerning cost, when and in what publications the ads were placed.
This series contains correspondence between the Division Director and officials of other state and federal agencies, private organizations, businesses and individuals concerning Georgia products and industrial development. Thus this series documents all areas of the Division Director's responsibility. Also included are feasibility studies, reports, proposals, documentation of programs and all related correspondence.
The Research Division's chief responsibility is to collect and compile facts and figures which might be useful in campaigns to expand Georgia's industrial capacity. Consequently, these publications are aimed at the potential Georgia industrialist and provide data which might persuade him to relocate his plant in Georgia. Included are transportation and tax information which may be updated in the future but probably not on a regular basis.
The title of this publication to be updated every year is virtually self-explanatory. The survey divides the State into areas and indicates the range of wages for each occupation. Maps indicate the location of each geographical division and an appendix indicates methodology and defines terms. There is a table of contents.
These published reports state the purposes and goals of each division and report on the activities and accomplishments of each. The departmental divisions have been changed several times due to reorganization. By the early 1970's, and in some instances the late 1960's, the divisions included: (1) Public Relations Unit; (2) Tourist; (3) International; (4) Research; (5) Port of Savannah; and (6) Port of Brunswick.
Industry and Trade - State Board of Industry and Trade - Economic Development Plans of Cities In Georgia
This publication promoting Georgia tourism contains human interest articles on specific Georgia tourist attractions, reports on visiting dignitaries, recommended tours, articles on state civic leaders and, usually, one article per issue on local industry or specific Georgia businessmen. The average issue although containing only about ten unnumbered pages, is illustrated with black and white and color photographs.
This series consists of films produced for the Georgia Department of Industry and Trade, from the early 1950's to the mid-1960's. Georgia resort areas, recreation and historic sites comprise the main focus of the films.
These publications, as their titles indicate, are guides to be used to help prospective tourists in Georgia enjoy the many recreational offerings the State possesses. Some address themselves to specific leisure time activities and others seek to summarize all types of tourist activities. Several are highly illustrated.
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