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1 Title:   Elijah A. Brown House collection  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Brown, Elijah A. (Elijah Alexander), 1857-  
  Dates:   1902-1919  
The collection consists of material from the Elijah A. Brown House located at 720 Piedmont Ave., Atlanta, Georgia. The collection includes correspondence regarding Chi Phi Fraternity, University of Georgia Alumni banquets and Phi Kappa Society. Miscellaneous correspondences are from W. A. Candler and Don Quitman Abbott.
  Identifier:   ms427a  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   Ralph H. Stephens collection  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Stephens, Ralph Haygood, 1910-1994  
  Dates:   1910-1994  
This collection offers a glimpse at the personal and professional life of Ralph Haygood Stephens, former director of the University of Georgia Press (1950-1978). The professional material consists UGA Press and awards/certificates. The UGA Press subseries consists of a small amount of office files that include publishing lists, notes, and newspaper articles concerning the Press and Stephens. Also included are a few biographical sketches and resumes of Stephens', a copy of Who's Who in Publishing, and a bound copy of correspondence from colleagues that Stephens received upon retirement. There are four items in the awards and certificates subseries: a Phi Beta Kappa certificate of recognition and a copy of a resolution presented after Ralph Stephens' death in 1994, a Cobbham Casuals Series signed flyer, and a Dixie Council award plaque. The personal material includes Stephens birth certificate, official Army, honorable discharge certificate, Army dog tags, a Medal of Good Conduct, Field and Camp Notebook, master's thesis, obituaries, memorial given by son, and burial flag. The photographs document Stephens' life from childhood through adulthood. Also included are family photos, press related photos, a dismantled scrapbook that includes correspondence, and a White House presentation to President Jimmy Carter. The largest subseries is poetry journals, which includes both collected and original poems. Ralph Stephens used these journals for promoting the appreciation and enjoyment of poetry through poetry recitals given at high schools, colleges, writers workshops, and clubs. The last Audiovisual material, houses the audio tape recordings of Ralph Stephens' poetry recitation. Included are love poems, Robert Frost, Carl Sandburg, and Byron Herbert Reece poems, and A Panorama of American Poetry: 1835-1935.
  Identifier:   UA01-023  
  Repository:   University of Georgia Archives  
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