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21 Title:   Thomas Hubbard McHatton family papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   McHatton Family  
  Dates:   1837-1956  
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The collection consists of papers of Thomas Hubbard McHatton and the McHatton and Lustrat families including account books, clippings, correspondence, diaries, financial records, legal documents, plantation accounts, postcards, printed material, and scrapbooks. The collection documents Thomas H. McHatton's activities in World War I, World War II, and the American Legion; activities of Joseph and Eleanor Lustrat including her involvement with the Red Cross in World War I; Marie L. McHatton's activities with the Garden Club of Georgia (Athens) including correspondence and printed material on gardens or garden clubs in Georgia and the United States; and James Alexander McHatton family papers pertaining to the family's flight to Cuba after the Civil War, their life on a plantation in Cuba, and their return to the United States. The collection also includes photographs (1870-1900) of the Chinn, Lustrat, and McHatton families; printed material pertaining to Norwich (Conn.); publications (1903-1932, with gaps) of Spring Hill College (Mobile, Ala.); publications (1889-1908) of Dr. Henry C. McHatton; financial records (1919-1939) of Thomas H. McHatton; manuscripts of Eliza C. McHatton Ripley's book From Flag to Flag; and postcard albums.
 
  Identifier:   ms2855  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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22 Title:   Maxine S. Goldstein Papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Goldstein, Maxine S., 1926-  
  Dates:   1968-2010  
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The collection consists of the political and personal papers of Maxine S. Goldstein from 1968 to 2010. It includes political files containing correspondence, clippings, publications, meeting minutes, agendas, and memorabilia relating to national and Georgia Democratic party organizations and events including the Democratic National Conventions, Democratic National Committee, Association of State Democratic Chairs, State Executive Committee, Select Committee on Women's Issues, and the Georgia Federation of Democratic Women. Appointive position files reflect Goldstein's activities in state and regional public service positions including the Georgia State Commission on Indian Affairs. Community activities files containing correspondence, clippings, awards, and yearbooks document Goldstein's involvement in social organizations such as the Garden Club of Georgia and the Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs. Personal files contain information on the Shapiro and Goldstein families as well as Jewish organizations.
 
  Identifier:   RBRL/158/MSG  
  Repository:   Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies  
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23 Title:   Nellie Peters Black papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Black, Nellie Peters, 1851-1919  
  Dates:   1875-1920  
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The collection consists of papers of Nellie Peters Black from 1875-1920. The collection primarily contains materials relating to Black's involvement in various organizations and in her stock farm. Includes records (1905-1928) relating to Black's position as secretary of the Women's Auxiliary of the Atlanta Archdeaconry of the Episcopal Church; programs (1906-1907, 1909-1911) of the Every Saturday Club (Atlanta, Ga.), a literary society; a scrapbook (1898-1911) containing correspondence, accounts, and newspaper clippings relating to her involvement in the Atlanta Free Kindergarten Association; and a scrapbook (1914-1915) documenting her role in establishing agricultural rallies through the Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs. Other materials relating to Black include diaries of a trip to Mexico (1875) and two European tours (1904, 1906); speeches, newspaper clippings, and an extensive collection of photographs of the Peters and Black families. The papers include the manuscript and galley proofs of the reminiscences of her father, Richard Peters; some correspondence of her husband George R. Black; and account books (1897-1916) of the Richard Peters Stock Farm (Calhoun, Gordon County, Ga.). Also includes papers of her daughter Nita Black Rucker (1900-1940) mainly family correspondence and Rucker's writings about Cora Harris and Nellie Black Peters.
 
  Identifier:   ms235  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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24 Title:   Marel Brown papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Brown, Marel, 1899-  
  Dates:   1919-1991  
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The collection consists of papers of Marel Brown from 1919-1991. Includes correspondence, manuscripts and typescripts of stories, clippings, yearbooks, printed material, biographical information, awards and certificates, and photographs. Materials pertain to Brown's literary works and her involvement with the Atlanta Writer's Club, Georgia Writer's Association, Pen Women, Poetry Society of Georgia, and other organizations. Notable correspondents of Brown include Agnes Cochran Bramblett, Minnie Hite Moody, Margaret Mitchell Marsh, Archibald McLeish, Catherine Marshall, Dorothy Parker, Katherine H. Strong, Byron Herbert Reece, and Celestine Sibley. The collection also contains material relating to Brown's husband Alex Booth Brown and works by other authors.
 
  Identifier:   ms272  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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25 Title:   Georgia State Federation of Colored Women Clubs leaflet  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Georgia State Federation of Colored Women Clubs  
  Dates:   1922  
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Consists of one 1922 "New Year Greetings" leaflet from the Georgia State Federation of Colored Women Clubs located at 324 East Thirty-Second Street in Savannah, Georgia. The front of the leaflet features a black and white photograph of Mrs. George S. Williams, president. A printed address to the members details the Club's goals for the coming year, including registering both women and men to vote, payment of poll taxes, and concentration on developing health care and asylums for people of color.
 
  Identifier:   ms4180  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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26 Title:   Joseph Rucker and Clarinda Pendleton Lamar papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Lamar, Clarinda Pendleton, 1856-1943  
  Dates:   1792-1936  
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note This collection consists of the papers of Joseph Rucker and Clarinda Pendleton Lamar from 1792-1936 and includes correspondence, scrapbooks, certificates, engagement books, invitations, speeches, and telegrams pertaining to Joseph Lamar's service on the Georgia and U.S. Supreme Courts; Clarinda Lamar's involvement with the Colonial Dames of America; and the Lamars' personal and public life in Augusta, Georgia and Washington, D.C. Correspondents of Justice Lamar, many of whom also continued to correspond with Mrs. Lamar after his death, included Augusta friends W. H. Barrett, J. C. C. Black, E. H. Callaway, Ed. B. Hook and Andrew J. Cobb of Athens. Other notables included Woodrow Wilson, William H. Taft, Charles Evans Hughes, Oliver Wendell Holmes, James A. Garfield, William Jennings Bryan, and Octave Thanet (pseudonym of author Alice French). Mrs. Lamar also corresponded with Helen Taft, Mary Custis Lee, Edith Bolling Wilson, Martha Berry, Daisy Low (Juliette Gordon), and Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt.
 
  Identifier:   ms22  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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27 Title:   Branch family papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Branch family  
  Dates:   1830-1961  
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The collection consists of the papers of the Branch family of Savannah, Georgia from 1830-1961. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence between Charlotte Sawyer Branch and her sons John L., Sanford W., and Hamilton McDevil Branch, who served mainly in the 8th Georgia Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. The letters describe the 1st Battle of Bull Run, the death of John, the subsequent capture of Sanford (who had stayed with his dying brother), the Seven Days Battle, the 2nd Battle of Bull Run, and the Battle of Gettysburg, where Sanford was wounded and captured again. Hamilton transferred to the 54th Georgia Infantry Regiment and writes about the regiment's involvement in the Atlanta Campaign, particularly the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain. He also writes from Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee while serving with Nathan Bedford Forrest.
 
  Identifier:   ms25  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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28 Title:   Walter B. Hill family papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Hill family  
  Dates:   1818-1941  
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The collection consists of the papers of Walter B. Hill and the Hill family from 1818-1941. The papers include correspondence, legal documents from Hill's law practice, notebooks containing Hill's law lectures or class notes, an 1878 diary of Hill's daily activities, photographs, scrapbooks of clippings documenting Hill's career, speeches, and writings of Hill, letterbooks, and printed material pertaining to temperance activities in Georgia and the United States. The correspondence is mostly between family members discussing personal business but a few pertain to Hill's professional career and discuss education in Georgia, politics, or articles written by Hill. Correspondents include Hill's parents Mary Clay Birch Hill and Barnard Hill, his brother Herbert C. Hill, his wife Sallie Parna Barker (Hill), and children Parna B. Hill, Mary Minot (Brown), and Roger M. Hill. The letterbooks (1888-1893 and 1898-1899) mainly pertain to Hill's law practice with the firms of Hill & Harris (Macon, Ga.) or Hill, Harris and Birch (Macon, Ga.), but also include information on Hill's activities with the Georgia Bar Association and temperance societies. After Hill's death in 1905, the correspondence is between Sallie B. Hill, Parna B. Hill, Mary M. Brown, and Walter B. Hill. Much of the materials pertain to Sallie's work with farmer's wives as part of the University of Georgia's extension service, Parna's activities with canning and poultry clubs through the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, and both women's service with the League of Women Voters of Georgia.
 
  Identifier:   ms834  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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29 Title:   Dudley Mays Hughes Collection  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Hughes, Dudley Mays, 1848-1927.  
  Dates:   1847-1976  
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The collection consists of personal, political, and business papers of the Hughes family from 1806 to 1971. The collection provides insight into agricultural practices, Georgia society and politics, national politics, white and black relations in the South, women in the South, and economic and educational concerns of Americans during that time. The collection also includes farm journals (circa 1840s-1900s), printed materials, scrapbooks, speeches, and a book of freedman's accounts.
 
  Identifier:   RBRL/060/DMH  
  Repository:   Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies  
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