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Janie Warren Hollingsworth Lane papers

Janie Warren Hollingsworth Lane papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Janie Warren Hollingsworth Lane papers
Creator: Lane, Janie Warren Hollingsworth, 1883-1965
Inclusive Dates: 1927-1968
Language: English
Extent: 4 folder(s) (.25 linear feet)
Collection Number: ms4088
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Scope and Content

Collection includes the correspondence and papers of Janie Warren Hollingsworth (Mrs. Julian C.) Lane, former president of the Georgia Women's Democratic Club. Two folders contain correspondence with family including her two sons, Tilden Burdette Lane and Dr. Julian Curtis Lane, as well as with her siblings Bertha Hollingsworth Brannen, Thomas Ashton Hollingsworth, Isabel Hollingsworth Cross, Clyde Dixon Hollingsworth and her brother Clayton H. Hollingsworth, former superintendent of Georgia School for the Deaf in Cave Spring, Georgia. Folder three contains correspondence regarding Lane's genealogical research. Final folder contains political correspondence and papers, including a letter from Richard B. Russell, a speech Lane delivered during Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to Georgia, and a letter concerning Lane's candidacy for State Senate.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Janie Warren Hollingsworth Lane papers, ms4088, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Cave Springs Deaf and Dumb School (Floyd County, Ga.)
Families -- Georgia -- Correspondence.
Genealogy.
Georgia -- Genealogy.
Georgia -- Politics and government.
Lane, Julian Carswell, 1883-1940
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945
Women -- Societies and clubs.
Women in politics -- Georgia.
Women's Democratic Club (Georgia)

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
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11Personal correspondence with sons, 1945-1950
 
12Personal correspondence with siblings, 1930-1951
 
13Genealogy research, 1927-1959
 
14Political correspondence, 1935-1968