Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr. papers
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Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr. papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. 130 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA 30305. 404.814.4040. reference@atlantahistorycenter.com
Creator: Kurtz, Wilbur G., (Wilbur George), 1882-1967
Title: Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr. papers
Dates: 1814-1993, undated
Quantity: 94.26 linear ft. (91document cases, 45 oversize boxes and 14 flat files)
Identification: ahc.MSS130

Biographical/Historical Note

Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr. (28 February 1882 - 1 February 1967) was born in Oakland, Illinois, raised in Greencastle, Indiana and attended DePauw University and the Art Institute of Chicago. His parents were George H. Kurtz (1844 October - 1903) and Amanda Helen Baum Kurtz (27 September 1847 - 8 March 1828) and he was the youngest of three children. While living in Chicago, Illinois, Kurtz worked as a draftsman, engraver, and professional illustrator. In 1903, he traveled south to Atlanta, Georgia to interview Captain William H. Fuller (15 April 1836 - 28 December 1905) regarding his involvement in Andrews' Raid. During one of his visits with Captain Fuller he met his future wife, Annie Laurie Fuller (21 October 1884 - 2 October 1946). Kurtz married Annie Laurie on June 14, 1911 at the summer home of the bride's mother. The couple briefly lived in Indiana before permanently relocating to Atlanta, Georgia in 1912, so Wilbur could pursue his research pertaining to the events of the Atlanta Campaign of the American Civil War. After Annie Laurie's death, Kurtz married Annie Rachel Pye (1895-1985) of Woodland, Georgia in 1949. Kurtz and Annie Laurie had five children: Wilbur G. Kurtz, Jr. (1912-1991); Nelle Louise Kurtz Fambrough (1913-2000); Henry Harrison Kurtz (1916-1988); Annie Laurie Kurtz (1921-?); and Eugene Allen Kurtz (1923-2006).

After his move to Atlanta, Kurtz's professional career followed a variety of paths but someof the most significant and memorable involved his work with the filming of Gone With the Wind, 1938-1939, and the Georgia Historical Marker program in the 1950s. Selznick International Pictures hired him as historian and technical advisor for Gone With the Wind due to his association with Margaret Mitchell and his knowledge of the Battle of Atlanta. Kurtz and his wife, Annie Laurie, lived in Culver City, California during the production of the film to provide onsite advice during filming, conduct research, and design sets and props. He also served as technical advisor for two other films: Song of the South, 1946, based on a series of stories written by Atlantan Joel Chandler Harris; and The Great Locomotive Chase, 1957, based on Kurtz's primary research topic, Andrews' Raid. In the early 1950s, the Georgia Historical Commission contracted with him to research and write the text for a series of historical markers, primarily in the region where the Atlanta Campaign took place. He also played a key role in the 1934-1936 restoration of the Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta as an employee of the art project division of the Works Projects Administration (WPA). Kurtz also created illustrations for the Atlanta Journal and Atlanta Constitution, as well as magazine articles, murals and paintings for commercial buildings, and private commissions primarily for paintings depicting Southern historical events.


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr. The bulk of the personal papers pertain to the Kurtz and Fuller families and Wilbur's early adult life in Greencastle, Indiana and Chicago, Illinois. The personal papers also contain a series of diaries written by Wilbur and correspondence between Kurtz and Fuller family members.

The professional papers and research papers consist primarily of the research materials and notes compiled by Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr. during his lifelong study and documentation of the Atlanta Campaign during the Civil War. A significant portion of the research material documents the participants and events of Andrews' Raid. Kurtz attempted to contact all the surviving participants involved in the raid and document their detailed memories of the event thru a questionnaire that included sketches. In order to provide some consistency in their responses to his inquiry he sent a standard questionnaire that included sketches as well as questions. The sketches reflected the participant's involvement in the raid. Questionnaires to the Union soldiers included sketches of the jail and details about the design of the General. Those sent to Confederate soldiers included sketches of the Lacy Hotel and railroad platform, and the design details of the Texas.

Kurtz also utilized maps to illustrate a significant amount of his research pertaining to the Atlanta Campaign. Many of the maps document the information he gathered pertaining to troop movements and fortifications based on published records and first person interviews. Several of the Georgians he interviewed were civilians during the war and he recorded their experiences and the events they witnessed. Some of those individuals included Atlantan Sarah Huff, members of the Barnsley family, and Lucy Mulcahy of Bartow County, Georgia. His research also involved extensive field work retracing the route followed by troops during the Atlanta Campaign. For many of these excursions he recorded the participants and itinerary along with detailed observations pertaining to the physical landscape and conversations with local residents. Many of these detailed accounts are found in the collection.

Also included in the employment subseries are notebooks compiled during his research for the Georgia Historical Marker Program. The notebooks, organized by county, contain a list of the markers with the complete transcriptions for each as well as scattered research notes and sketches. Kurtz documented all aspects of his research and kept a very detailed journal during his employment as historian and technical advisor during the production of Gone With the Wind. The journal details Kurtz's involvement in the production of the film and the daily activities on the set.


Arrangement

This collection is organized into two series: I. Personal Papers and II. Professional Papers and Research Papers. Series II. is organized into eleven subseries: 1. Articles, 2. Correspondence, 3. Employment, 4. Exhibitions, 5. Genealogy/Family history, 6. Manuscripts, 7. Maps, 8. Presentations, 9. Professional associations/organizations, 10. Publications, and 11. Research materials. Series and subseries are arranged alphabetically by topic.


Index Terms

Atlanta (Ga.)
Atlanta (Ga.)--History
Atlanta (Ga.)--History--Sources
Atlanta (Ga.)--Politics and government
Atlanta (Ga.)--Social life and customs
Atlanta Campaign, 1864
Atlanta Pioneer Women's Society.
Ben Hill (Ga.)
Churches--Georgia--Atlanta
Education--Georgia
Fuller family
Fuller, Annie Laurie
Fuller, William Allen, 1836-1905
Fulton County (Ga.)
Horses
Kennesaw (Ga.)--History
Kurtz, Wilbur, 1912-1991
Locomotives--Georgia
Marietta Street (Atlanta, Ga.)
Monuments & memorials--Georgia--Atlanta
Transportation--Georgia
Transportation--Georgia--Atlanta
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Campaigns
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Personal narratives

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr. Papers, MSS 130, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Gift of Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr., 1968 (1968.116, 1968.136, 1968.151, 1968.45, 1968.68, and 1968.85); Henry Kurtz, 1968 (1968.85); Wilbur G. Kurtz Jr., 1970 (1970.8), 1973 (1973.166 and 1973.210), 1975 (1975.396), 1976 (1976.308), 1977 (1977.364), 1978 (1978.116 and 1978.374), 1979 (1979.53), 1980 (1980.128 and 1980.420), 1981 (1981.260), and 1987 (1987.338); Annie Pye Kurtz, 1973 (1973.123), 1976 (1976.375), 1977 (1977.72), 1980 (1980.27), and 1986 (1986.60); and Emory University, 2007 (2007.181).

Description Control

Collection re-processed in 2010.


Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright law. (Title 17, U.S. Code) Permission for use must be cleared through the Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. Licensing agreement may be required.


Related Material

Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr. Visual Materials, VIS 197, Kenan Research Center at Atlanta History Center.


Bibliography

Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr. Papers, MSS 130, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center.


Container List

 

Series I: Personal Papers , 1864-1982, undated

9.26 linear ft. (19 document cases and 1 oversize box)
This series contains personal papers pertaining to Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr. and his family. The majority of the material is correspondence between family members and a series of diaries Kurtz Sr. kept from 1899 to 1964. The bulk of the diaries were written between 1899 and 1906 when Kurtz Sr. resided in Indiana and Illinois. Many of the diary entries record daily activities while living at home in Greencastle, Indiana and attending art school in Chicago, Illinois. Also included in this series are materials pertaining to his sons Eugene Kurtz and Wilbur G. Kurtz, Jr., and the Fuller-Kurtz families genealogy papers.

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11Art school materials,, 1900
2Articles – miscellaneous,, 1910-1966, undated
3Atlanta Writers Club,, 1939-1951, undated
4Biographical data,, 1922-1970, undated
5Calendar – Georgia in the Confederacy,, 1959
6Calendar – Georgia Landmarks,, 1948
7Correspondence – Bass, Henry B.,, 1954-1960
8Correspondence – employment – letters of recommendation and offers,, 1910-1940
9Correspondence – Fambrough, Annie Laurie Fuller,, 1933-1951
10Correspondence – Fargo family,, 1908-1942
11Correspondence – Fuller, Captain William A. and family,, 1864-1949

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21Correspondence – invitations and cards,, 1891-1968, undated
2Correspondence – Julian, Colonel Ned,, 1952-1954, undated
3Correspondence – Kurtz, Amanda to Wilbur Sr.,, 1904-1905
4Correspondence – Kurtz, Amanda to Wilbur Sr.,, 1906-1907
5Correspondence – Kurtz, Amanda to Wilbur Sr.,, 1908-1921
6Correspondence – Kurtz, Annie Laurie,, 1922-1939, undated
7Correspondence – Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller,, 1934-1944, undated
8Correspondence – Kurtz, Annie Pye,, 1978
9Correspondence – Kurtz, Nell,, 1911-1941

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31Correspondence – Kurtz Jr., Wilbur,, 1928-1960
2Correspondence – Kurtz, Minnie B. and Loie,, 1899-1909
3Correspondence – Kurtz, Minnie B. and Loie,, 1910-1960
4Correspondence – Kurtz, “Woogers”,, 1939

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41Correspondence – miscellaneous,, 1883-1957
2Correspondence – miscellaneous,, undated
3Correspondence – miscellaneous – family,, 1899-1932
4Correspondence – miscellaneous – family,, 1937-1966, undated
5Correspondence – Moulds, Mahon,, 1906-1964
6Correspondence – Purdue, Howell,, 1965-1967

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51Correspondence – Smith, Olinus,, 1942
2Correspondence – Turman, Mrs. S.B.,, 1911
3Correspondence – Valentine, R.E.,, 1931-1939
4Diaries,, 1899-1900
5Diaries,, 1901 February-July
6Diaries,, 1901 August-December
7Diaries,, 1902

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61Diaries,, 1903
2Diaries,, 1904-1906 November
3Diaries,, 1906 December - 1911
4Diaries,, 1916-1934

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71Diaries,, 1940-1955
2Diaries,, 1964-1966, undated
3Diary – miscellaneous memoranda,, 1908-1929
4Financial records,, 1902-1956
5Fuller, Braxton – journal,, 1878-1887
6Fuller-Kurtz family paper,, 1914-1968, undated
7Fuller-Kurtz family record,, 1947-1973

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81Fuller-Kurtz family record,, 1973
2Fuller-Kurtz family record,, 1973
3Fuller, Nina Kathleen papers,, 1958-1961
4Fuller, Captain William A. materials,, 1892-1975
5Kurtz, Amanda and Minnie estate papers,, 1928-1963
6Kurtz, Annie Pye – gardening brochures,, 1946-1949, undated
7Kurtz, Annie Pye – peach orchard inspection log,, 1946

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91Kurtz, Annie Pye – Saxonian Yearbook,, 1917
2Kurtz, Annie Pye – scrapbook – Woodland UDC,, 1929-1949, undated
3Kurtz, Annie Pye and Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr. wedding invitation, 1949
4Kurtz cemetery lot - Forest Hills Cemetery – Greencastle, Indiana,, 1928-1961
5Kurtz, Eugene – correspondence,, 1945-1968
6Kurtz, Eugene – correspondence,, 1973-1982
7Kurtz, Eugene – music programs and reviews,, 1952-1966

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101Kurtz, Eugene – music programs and reviews,, 1970-1974
2Kurtz, Eugene – music programs and reviews,, 1975-1979
3Kurtz, Eugene – music programs and reviews,, 1980-1981
4Kurtz family – Greencastle, Indiana,, 1932
5Kurtz family records (birth records, graduation, etc.),, 1901-1924, undated

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MSS OS box 2.297.21Kurtz genealogy/family history,, 1934

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106Kurtz, George papers,, 1884-1902, undated
7Kurtz, Henry H. – manuscript – “An Attempt to Capture A Locomotive,”, 1968
8Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Andersonville Historical Complex report,, 1965

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111Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Andrews’ Raid,, 1917-1973, undated
2Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Andrews’ Raid Excursion,, 1962
3Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Articles written by same,, 1933-1971, undated
4Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Atlanta Historical Society materials,, 1937-1967, undated
5Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Atlanta Symphony Orchestra,, 1966
6Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – biographical sketch,, 1951, undated

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121Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – booklets,, 1956-1967
2Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Boys High ephemera,, 1946-1955
3Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Boys High ephemera,, 1960-1969, undated
4Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Boys High 50th reunion papers,, 1981
5Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – business cards (with notes),, 1945-1963, undated
6Kurtz Jr., Wilbur - Christmas stories, 1872-1965, undated
7Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Christmas card woodcut (designed by Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr.),, 1967

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131Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Civil War booklets,, 1938-1963, undated
2Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Civil War Centennial Commission,, 1959-1963, undated
3Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Civil War Centennial - print material,, 1961
4Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Civil War Centennial Commission – Committee on Advertising,, 1958-1962
5Kurtz Jr., Wilbur - Civil War Centennial print series,, 1961, undated

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141Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Civil War Centennial newspapers,, 1961
2Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Civil War Roundtable,, 1955-1960
3Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Civil War Roundtable,, 1961-1962, undated
4Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Civil War Roundtable – Chicago, Atlanta trip,, 1955-1956
5Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Americana Press,, 1958-1961
6Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Atlanta Historical Society,, 1959-1968, undated
7Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Baldi, Charles,, 1961-1966, undated

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151Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Berkowitz, Mortimer,, 1966-1967
2Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Birth of a Nation,, 1967-1968
3Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Boynton, James,, 1958-1959
4Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Coca-Cola,, 1959-1962 , undated
5Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – condolence letters and cards for Annie Fuller Kurtz,, 1946
6Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – C.S.S. Pioneer submarine,, 1969
7Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Cyclorama,, 1954-1970, undated
8Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Emory University,, 1969-1976
9Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Kurtz, Eugene,, 1964
10Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – 50th birthday celebration,, 1962
11Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – family,, 1925, undated
12Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Gone With the Wind Journal by Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr.,, 1954-1974, undated
13Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – institutional advertising,, 1961, undated
14Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Kurtz, Annie Fuller,, 1939-1946
15Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. exhibitions - Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts,, 1961-1967

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161Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – miscellaneous,, 1942-1959
2Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – miscellaneous,, 1960-1970, undated
3Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Moody, Minnie Hite,, 1965
4Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – professional miscellaneous,, 1961-1968
5Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – professional miscellaneous,, 1971-1972
6Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – correspondence – Warren, James,, 1943-1977
7Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – funeral/cemetery papers,, 1947-1962
8Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – The General materials,, 1960-1972

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171Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Gone With the Wind materials,, 1937-1969, undated
2Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Gone With the Wind newspaper articles,, 1939-1968
3Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Gone With the Wind 1939 premiere newspaper articles,, 1939
4Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – obituaries,, 1946
5Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – professional work,, 1936-1952

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181Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – will and letter,, 1942-1953
2Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Kurtz, Annie Pye – estate papers,, 1964
3Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – biographical sketches,, 1944-1968, undated
4Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – estate papers,, 1966-1968
5Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – funeral notices and condolence letters,, 1967
6Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – memoirs recorded by Wilbur Kurtz Jr.,, 1967
7Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Leo Frank book review,, 1968
8Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – miscellaneous,, 1926-1961, undated
9Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – music file,, 1959
10Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – professional association – Ad Club of Memphis,, 1965-1966, undated
11Kurtz Jr., Wilbur –research materials – Appomattox,, 1953-1959
12Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – research materials – Orly plane crash,, 1962
13Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – Sherman, birthplace of William T. ephemera,, 1965, undated
14Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – research materials – Southern history,, 1924-1966, undated
15Leisure activities - Gone With the Wind Anniversary Celebration ephemeral items

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191Literature – reviews and articles, 1890-1962, undated
2Newspaper clippings – society announcements, 1923-1955, undated
3Notebook – ACD, 1948-1965
4Oakland, Illinois, 1939-1954, undated
5Obituary and memorial papers, 1967-1969, undated
6Peck, Nell Fuller papers, 1976, undated
7Pen and Ink Study Club materials, 1913-1917, undated
8Programs, 1926-1930
9Travel – ephemeral materials, 1872-1963, undated
10War Ration Books, undated
 

Series II. Professional Papers and Research Papers, 1814-1993, undated

85.0 linear ft. (69 document cases, 42 oversize boxes, and 8 flat files)
This series contains the papers amassed by Wilbur Kurtz Sr. and family members pertaining to his professional career as an artist and historian as well as materials pertaining to his Civil War research. Although this series contains eleven sub-series the bulk of the materials are dedicated to three primary subject matters: research materials, employment, and maps. A significant portion of the research material chronicles his Andrews’ Raid research. He corresponded with most surviving participants and kept notebooks with detailed records of his research. Other notebooks included in the research material contain much of the raw data he collected in the course of his research. Some of the topics documented include Stoneman’s Raid, General Patrick R. Cleburne, the death of W. H. T. Walker, and interviews with Sarah Huff. Many of the notebooks include an index found in the front or back of the volume.
Kurtz’s employment with Selznick International Pictures as technical advisor and historian during the filming of Gone With the Wind is well documented. Kurtz kept a record of his daily activities in a journal, as well as copies of design sketches for several set props. He also maintained files for research conducted on the historical accuracy of costumes, artillery, and infantry tactics utilized in the film.
Another significant portion of the employment materials is dedicated to his research for the Georgia Historical Marker Program. He maintained a series of notebooks with the complete inscription for each marker and files that contain research used to compose the text. Wilbur primarily used maps as a visual aid component of his research; especially the Atlanta Campaign of the Civil War. The bulk of the maps are based on geological survey maps that he used to illustrate troop movements, fortifications, topographical features, and significant landmarks. Additional files contain his correspondence with other Civil War experts and enthusiasts; articles written for various publications; business records pertaining to commissions; the restoration of the Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta; and original copies of published and unpublished manuscripts.



Sub-series 1 - Articles

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201Atlanta Campaign,, 1956-1961, undated
2 Atlanta Daily Intelligencer – “Atlanta As Sherman Left It,”, 1932
3Atlanta progress/growth ,, 1922-1966, undated
4Battle of Atlanta,, 1884-1964, undated
5Civil War events,, 1861-1864
6Civil War topics,, 1932
7Colonial records purchase,, 1946
8Confederate surrender,, 1940-1943
9Confederate Veterans Day,, 1931-1955, undated
10Cyclorama,, 1936-1956, undated
11Development/city planning – Atlanta,, 1922-1960, undated
12Ft. McAllister,, 1958-1961
13Garrett, Franklin,, 1930-1954, undated
14Georgia landmark sites,, 1919-1972, undated
15 Gone With the Wind (book),, 1936-1949, undated
16 Gone With the Wind – casting,, 1937-1945, undated
17 Gone With the Wind – Myrick, Susan,, 1937-1939, undated
18 Gone With the Wind – premiere preparations,, 1938-1940, undated
19 Gone With the Wind – premiere reports,, 1939-1940, undated
20 Gone With the Wind – production,, 1936-1939, undated
21 Gone With the Wind – Scarlett gown contest,, 1939

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211Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller,, 1939, undated
2Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The 23rd Corps at Soap Creek,”, 1930
3Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – accomplishments and recognition,, 1937-1982, undated
4Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – Atlanta campaign,, 1930-1932
5Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Battles for Atlanta,”, undated
6Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “How St. Luke’s was Built,”, 1935-1954
7Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Iron Works on the Etowah,”, 1930
8Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “St. Luke’s Baptized by War,”, 1947

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MSS OS box 2.297.2Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – miscellaneous,, 1922-1964
9"The Story of Big Shanty", 1932
10Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. (rough drafts),, 1930-1934, undated
11Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – miscellaneous,, 1936-1966, undated

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MSS OS box 2.297.2Miscellaneous,, 1925-1964

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221Miscellaneous,, 1931-1982, undated
2Mitchell (Marsh), Margaret,, 1937-1965, undated
3Oglethorpe, James Edward,, 1934-1938, undated



Sub-series 2 - Correspondence

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2311906-1929
21930-1939
31940-1949
41950-1952

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2411953-1954
21955-1959
31960-1964
41965-1971

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251The Atlanta Ladies Memorial Association,, 1939-1940, undated
2Baugh, Margaret,, 1959-1960
3City of Atlanta – City Planning Commission,, 1931-1940
4Civil Works Administration – Public Works of Art,, 1933 December-1934 January
5Civil Works Administration – Public Works of Art,, 1934 February-June
6Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts,, 1961
7Cooper, Samuel Inman,, 1966
8Custis, Cyrus E. (re. Battle of Peachtree Creek),, 1927-1932
9Cuyler, Telamon,, 1931-1943
10Cyclorama,, 1937-1965

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911Cyclorama, 1930-1953, undated
11Darden, Leila May,, 1947-1959

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261Eisenschiml, Otto,, 1947-1951
2Davis, Maggie,, 1960-1963
3Desforges, Barbara H. (goddaughter of Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr.),, 1979-1993, undated
4Franklin, Mrs. L.B. (Laura) – re. Jacob R. Brooks,, 1937-1938
5Fulton County (Georgia) Centennial Celebration,, 1954
6 The General,, 1943-1964
7Greencastle, Indiana,, 1927-1940
8Head, George W.,, 1959-1960, undated
9Historic markers,, 1935-1962, undated
10Holiday cards,, 1940, undated
11Julian, Colonel Allen (Ned),, 1946-1955, undated
12Margaret Mitchell School,, 1954-1955
13McDaniel, Hattie,, 1940-1941
14Mitchell (Marsh), Margaret,, 1935-1949, undated
15Moore, Reuben,, 1952
16Mulcahy, Lucy,, 1932-1952, undated

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271Peacock, J.R.,, 1950-1952
2Peacock, J.R.,, 1953
3Peacock, J.R.,, 1954-1955
4Peacock, J.R.,, 1956-1957
5Peacock, J.R.,, 1958-1964

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281Purdue, Howell,, 1962-1963
2Purdue, Howell,, 1964-1966, undated
3Renald, Joseph P.,, 1952-1957
4Saturday Evening Post,, 1939
5Spencer, Thomas,, 1938-1953, undated
6Tippy, Worth,, 1954
7Warner, Ezra J.,, 1952-1961
8Whitbeck, Frank,, 1940
9Bates, B.C.,, 1947-1954



Sub-series 3 - Employment

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291Bell Aircraft Corporation,, undated
2Circlescope consultant,, 1960
3Commissions – advertising – Rich’s Department Store,, 1924-1941, undated

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MSS OS box 5.60.2Commissions – Atlanta Historical Society (AHS) – plaque design of AHS founders,, 1947
4Commissions – Clark Howell School – inscriptions,, 1938
5Commissions (corporate and private) – correspondence,, 1908-1968, undated
6Commissions – examples,, 1923-1951, undated
7Commissions – Federal Reserve Bank (Atlanta, GA) – painting,, 1950-1978
8Commissions – Governor’s Mansion (Milledgeville, GA),, 1939-1966, undated
9Commissions – notes and captions,, 1930-1967, undated

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MSS OS 5.60.2Commissions - Rich's Mural, 1941
10Consultant – First National Bank 75th Anniversary,, 1940

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MSS OS box 5.8313Design sketches for paintings/sketches, 1956-1957

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MSS OS Box 5.8312Designs for maps, undated
14Historic markers - inscriptions and designs, 1957-1961, undated

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FF 309T9Historic marker, plaque, and sign text, 1944, undated

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301Historic markers program – articles – Georgia,, 1900-1959, undated
2Historic markers program – Battle of Peachtree Creek,, 1937, undated
3Historic markers program – bibliography – DeKalb County (Georgia),, undated
4Historic markers program – correspondence,, 1924-1938, undated
5Historic markers program – DeKalb County (Georgia),, 1922-1960, undated
6Historic markers program – DeKalb County (Georgia),, undated
7Historic markers program – DeKalb County (Georgia),, undated
8Historic markers program – DeKalb County (Georgia),, undated

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311Historic markers program – DeKalb County (Georgia),, undated
2Historic markers program – DeKalb County (Georgia),, undated
3Historic markers program – DeKalb County (Georgia),, undated
4Historic markers program – DeKalb County (Georgia),, undated
5Historic markers program – DeKalb County (Georgia),, undated
6Historic markers program – DeKalb County (Georgia),, undated
7Historic markers program – Georgia – locations related to Cherokee and Creek Indians,, 1938
8Historic markers program – “Locations and descriptions of 117 historic places in Atlanta, Georgia and Vicinity,”, 1937

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321Historic markers program – index roadside markers for Atlanta Campaign of 1864 (Cobb, Bartow, Gordon and Whitfield Counties),, 1953
2Historic markers program – notebook 1 - Gordon County, Catoosa County, and Walker County,, 1952-1954, undated
3Historic markers program – notebook 2 - Whitefield County,, 1953-1954, undated

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331Historic markers program – notebook 3 - Bartow County, Murray County, Harris County, and Merriwether County,, 1952-1958, undated
2Historic markers program – notebook 4 - Floyd County, Paulding County, and Polk County,, 1952-1954, undated

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341Historic markers program – notebook 5 – Cobb County I,, 1952-1954, undated
2Historic markers program – notebook 6 – Cobb County II,, 1953-1954, undated

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351Historic markers program – notebook 7 – Fulton County I,, 1952-1959, undated
2Historic markers program – notebook 8 – Fulton County II,, 1955-1956, undated

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361Historic markers program – notebook 9 – Fulton County III,, 1955-1958, undated
2Historic markers program – notebook 10 – Fulton County IV,, 1955-1959, undated
3Historic markers program – notebook 11 – DeKalb County I,, 1954-1956, undated

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371Historic markers program – notebook 12 – DeKalb County II,, 1954-1956, undated
2Historic markers program – notebook 13 – DeKalb-Fulton County,, 1954, undated
3Historic markers program – notebook 14 – Clayton County,, 1956-1959, undated

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381Historic markers program – notes and inscriptions,, 1934-1957, undated
2Historic markers program – notes and inscriptions,, undated
3Historic markers program – notes and inscriptions,, undated
4Historic markers program – speech – East Atlanta marker,, 1937
5Historic markers program – “Texts for Atlanta Historical Markers by Wilbur G. Kurtz (1940) 1947,”, 1947
6Historic markers program – Wheeler, General Jacob,, undated

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391Public art – Capitol Home mural,, 1940-1943, undated
2Public art – competitions,, 1934-9142, undated
3Public Works or Art Program,, 1934, undated

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MSS OS box 2.297.2Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – articles
4Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – articles,, 1928-1939
5Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – articles,, 1940-1977, undated
6Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – biographical sketch – movie advisors,, 1936, undated
7Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – breakdown of novel,, 1936
8Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – call sheets,, 1939
9Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – copyright issues,, 1939

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401Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence,, 1936-1938
2Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence,, 1939 January-March
3Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence,, 1939 April-December
4Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence,, 1940-1970, undated
5Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence and invitations (copies),, 1935-1970, undated
6Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence – battle flags,, 1939, undated
7Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence – cast recommendations (unsolicited),, 1937-1938
8Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence – Cuyler, Telamon,, 1937-1938
9Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence – de Havilland, Olivia,, 1967
10Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence – The General,, 1938-1939
11Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence – Mitchell (Marsh), Margaret,, 1935-1939
12Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – correspondence – Selznick International Pictures, Inc. – Brown, Katharine,, 1938
13Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – employment details/contract,, 1938

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MSS OS box 2.297.2Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – envelopes with notes,, 1939
14Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – expenditures,, 1938
15Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – film clip,, undated
16Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – invitations, social activities/gatherings,, 1939

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411Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – journal – “Filming Gone With the Wind,”, 1939
2Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – journal (loose pages),, undated
3Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – journal (partial) and script notes,, undated
4Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – Junior League Ball,, 1939
5Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – leisure activities,, 1939
6Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – memos,, 1938-1939, undated
7Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – miscellaneous,, 1937-1950, undated
8Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – montages,, 1938-1939
9Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – montage script notes – Battle of Gettysburg,, 1939
10Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – notes on historical aspects of script,, undated
11Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – personnel list – Selznick International Pictures, Inc.,, 1938
12Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – premiere events,, 1939, undated

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FF 288Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – prop designs,, 1939
13Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – props (special orders and notes),, 1939
14Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – props – letters/signs/notices,, 1938-139, undated

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FF 288Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – prop/set designs,, 1939

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421Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – publications – Photoplay Studies,, 1940
2Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – research materials – artillery,, 1939
3Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – research materials – badges/emblems,, undated
4Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – research materials – BBQ scene,, 1938-1939, undated
5Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – research materials – costumes,, 1939
6Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – research materials – cotton gin,, 1939
7Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – research materials – infantry tactics,, 1939
8Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – research materials – portrait list,, 1939
9Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – Rich’s radio broadcast,, 1939
10Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – scene/costume descriptions,, 1938, undated
11Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – scene/set descriptions (Eric Stacey),, 1938
12Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – scene/set notes,, 1938-1939, undated
13Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – scene/set research,, 1938
14Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – shooting (rainbow) script,, 1939

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431Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – script (loose pages) – multiple scenes,, 1939
2Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – script notes – cotton gin and cotton fields,, 1939
3Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – Selznick Studio – articles,, 1924
4Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – shooting schedule and scene breakdown,, 1939
5Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – speaking engagements,, 1940-1960
6Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – tear/production sheets,, 1939
7Technical advisor – Gone With the Wind – “technical notes,”, 1938
8Technical advisor – The Great Locomotive Chase – articles,, 1955-1983, undated
9Technical advisor – The Great Locomotive Chase – correspondence,, 1950-1956, undated
10Technical advisor – The Great Locomotive Chase – ephemeral materials,, 1956-1963, undated
11Technical advisor – The Great Locomotive Chase – miscellaneous,, 1947-1958, undated
12Technical advisor – The Great Locomotive Chase – Parker, Fess,, 1958-1959, undated
13Technical advisor – The Great Locomotive Chase – production materials,, 1955-1956
14Technical advisor – The Great Locomotive Chase – research materials,, 1944-1955
15Technical advisor – The Great Locomotive Chase – travel/accommodation papers, Technical advisor – The Great Locomotive Chase – travel/accommodation papers,, 1952-1955, undated
16Technical advisor – Song of the South – correspondence,, 1946-1947
17Technical advisor – Song of the South – publications,, 1944-1946
18War Department – The Quartermaster General – associate historian,, 1942-1943, undated



Sub-series 4 - Exhibitions

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441Columbus museum of Arts and Crafts, Inc.,, 1962-1968, undated
2Exhibits of Kurtz paintings,, 1961-1972

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MSS OS box 5.8311Atlanta Historical Society floor plan, 1954



Sub-series 5 - Genealogy/Family history

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443Barnsley family,, 1857-1902
4Barnsley family,, 1904-1941, undated
5Bulloch family,, 1922-1933
6Crawford, William Harris,, 1940
7DuBose family (copies),, 1782-1842
8Hanes and Lassiter families,, 1940
9Humphries family,, 1932,undated
10Miscellaneous notes,, undated
11Peters, Richard,, 1937, undated
12Thurman family,, 1934-1938, undated



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451Benham, Calhoun (partial and notes) – Cleburne, Biography of Maj. Genl. P.R.,, 1931-1956, undated
2Davis, Maggie (partial) – “The Far Side of Home,”, 1957-1963, undated
3Davison, C.C. (partial) – “Race Friction in the South,”, 1957-1963, undated
4Gay, Mary A.H. (partial) – “Life in Dixie,”, undated
5Hargis, O.P. – “Thrilling Experiences of a First Georgia Cavalryman in the Civil War,”, undated
6Jeffries, Lafayette – “Reminiscence of Thomas Moore,”, undated
7Jones, Jenkin Lloyd – “An Artilleryman’s Diary,”, 1948
8Kenan, J.G. – “The Change of Command (18 July 1864),, 1957

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461Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller,, undated
2Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – “The Arrival of the Florida,”, undated
3Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – “The Atlanta of Gone With the Wind,”, 1939
4Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – “Dogwood Farm,”, undated
5Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – “General Jeb Stuart,”, undated
6Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller - “A Lone Soldier’s Grave,”, 1935
7Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – “Marking Atlanta’s Battlefields,”, 1934
8Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – “Old Spanish Missions Explored,”, undated
9Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – “Reminiscence of the Old Time Southern Darkey,”, undated
10Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – “Rough and Ready,”, undated
11Kurtz, Annie Laurie Fuller – “Frances Lee Turner,”, 1934
12Kurtz Jr., Wilbur G. – “Benjamin Robert Haydon: The Friend of William Wadsworth,”, 1934
13Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – partial and incomplete,, undated
14Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The 23rd Corps at Soap [Sope] Creek,”, 1930
15Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Affair of Allen Johnson’s attempt to upset ownership of property in LL77,”, 1936
16Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “A Memorial to Genl. Alfred H. Colquitt to be unveiled on the battlefield of Olustee,”, undated
17Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Andrews Railroad Raid and Bartow County,”, 1932
18Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “At the Dexter Niles House,”, 1930
19Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “At the Troup Hurt House,”, 1930
20Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Atlanta Campaign and Gone With the Wind,”, 1939
21Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Atlanta Campaign of 1864,”, undated
22Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Atlanta in the Summer of 1864,”, undated
23Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – "The Augustus F. Hurt House,”, 1930
24Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Austin House,”, 1937
25Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Battle of Moore’s Mill, July 19-20, 1864,”, 1965
26Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Broken Line and the DeGress Battery,”, undated
27Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Commander of the 14th Corps…,”, 1950
28Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Crow’s Valley, Potato Hill and Dug Gap, Whitfield County, Georgia,”, 1935
29Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. (draft and notes) – “ Data on the capture and removal of four brass twelve pounder Napoleon guns of Capt. Max VanDen Corput’s Cherokee Battery…,”, 1953
30Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Death of General Philip Kearny,”, 1935
31Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Death of W.H.T. Walker,”, 1960
32Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Elusive Benjamin Beckman,”, 1948

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471Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Execution of James J. Andrews,”, 1931
2Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Ezra Church,”, 1942-1965, undated
3Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “A Federal Spy in Atlanta,”, 1930
4Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Filming Gone With the Wind,” (photocopy),, undated
5Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The First Hundred Years,”, 1932
6Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The First St. Lukes’s Episcopal Church Atlanta,”, 1930-1964, undated
7Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Fort Hood and the Ponders House,, undated
8Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “From the Summit of Kenesaw [Kennesaw],”, 1930
9Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “From the Summit of Kenesaw [Kennesaw] Mountain,”, 1930
10Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Gate City Guards,”, undated
11Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “ Gone With the Wind from Behind the Camera,”, 1939
12Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Historical Sketch of DeKalb County,”, undated

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481Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Illinois Monument at Cheatham’s Hill,”, 1930
2Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Inscribed on a Rock at Kenesaw [Kennesaw] Mountain,”, 1931
3Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “James J. Andrews at Williams’ Island,”, undated
4Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Jew in the Arts,”, undated
5Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Kenesaw [Kennesaw] the Mountain and the Battlefield,”, 1933
6Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Last Days of Lt. Genl. Leonidas Polk,”, 1930
7Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Maj. Genl. W. H. T. Walker,”, undated
8Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “McPherson’s Last Ride,”, 1930
9Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Memorial Services at Cheatham’s Hill,”, 1938
10Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Montgomery’s Ferry,”, 1948
11Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. (partial) – “Montgomery’s Ferry,”, undated
12Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Murder of Tom Terry,”, 1932
13Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Nodine’s Hill,”, undated
14Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Old Etowah Iron Works,”, 1930-1937
15Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Old Whitehall,”, 1932
16Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “On the Powder Springs Road,”, undated
17Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Once There was a Princess” (including notes),, 1961, undated
18Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Railroad That Did Not Go With the Wind,”, 1939
19Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Red Clay,” (draft and notes),, 1937-1938, undated
20Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Ringgold and Catoosa County (Georgia),”, 1947
21Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Robert Young tablet,”, 1935

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491Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Some Queer Place Names,”, undated
2Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Some Unofficial Glimpses of Genl. John B. Hood,”, 1950
3Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Standing Peach Tree,”, undated
4Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Story of the Locomotive Texas,”, undated
5Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Strangest Episode in the History of English Literature” (Thomas Chatterton),, 1944
6Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Story of Land Lot 77- Atlanta,”, 1938
7Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Surrender of Atlanta,”, 1932, undated
8Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Three Weeks in a Dug-Out,”, undated
9Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Thirty Years War,”, 1932
10Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Tygart’s Valley Affair at Philippi,”, undated
11Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “General W. H. T. Walker death,”, 1930
12Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Walter Q. Gresham at Atlanta,”, 1930
13Kurtz Sr. Wilbur G. – “Whitehall Tavern,”, undated
14Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Why was Snake Creek Gap Left Unguarded?,”, 1950-1960

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501Smith, Charlotte Hale (edited by) – “ Gone With the Wind Journal” by Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr.,, undated
2Smith, Charlotte Hale (edited by) – “ Gone With the Wind Journal” by Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr.,, 1975
3Smith, Charlotte Hale (edited by) – “ Gone With the Wind Journal” by Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr.,, 1975
4Smith, Charlotte Hale (edited by) – “ Gone With the Wind Journal” by Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr., (carbon copy),, 1975
5Smith, Charlotte Hale (edited by) – “ Gone With the Wind Journal” by Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr., (carbon copy),, 1985
6Smith, Charlotte Hale (edited by) – “ Gone With the Wind Journal” by Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr., - notes,, 1984, undated



Sub-series 7 - Maps

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FF 309T52nd Division Morgan L. Smith - hand drawn - blueprint (see Notebook 27, page 492, and Notebook 6, pages 184-185), 1930

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MSS OS 6.14th Service Command maps,, 1944

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FF 309T5Andrew J. Collier estate - blueprint, undated

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FF 309T8Andrews Raid route - pen/ink, 1960

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FF 148T3Area maps from Atlas of the Official Record - hand drawn, undated

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MSS OS box 5.8310Area maps from Atlas of the Official Record, undated

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FF 148T3Area maps from the Atlanta of the Official Record, undated

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FF 148T3Army of Missouri from Atlas of the Official Record Plate XLVIII (48), undated

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FF 148T2 - Folder 2Atlanta, 1938

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FF 148T3Atlanta - probably mid-town area (see Notebook 3, page 150), undated

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FF 148T3Atlanta - showing location of sewers, 1894

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FF 148T3Atlanta - showing pavement, 1894

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FF 148T3Atlanta - showing side walks, 1894

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FF 148T3Atlanta - showing water mains, 1894

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FF 309T6Atlanta and suburbs, 1953

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FF 148T2 - Folder 2Atlanta and surrounding area, undated

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MSS OS box 5.836Atlanta area LL 146 and 110 - hand drawn, 1954

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FF 148T3Atlanta area near Spelman College - hand drawn, 1931

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FF 148T2 - Folder 2Atlanta Campaign - partial, hand drawn, undated

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FF 309T8Atlanta Campaign route - tracing paper, 1952

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FF 306T1 - Folder 3Atlanta Campaign and Battle of Atlanta, 1929-1963, undated, 2.0

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FF 309T5Atlanta central area - blueprint, 1931

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MSS OS box 5.8317Atlanta central district - pen/ink, 1945

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FF 148T3Atlanta central district 1875 - hand drawn, 1931

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FF 148T2 - Folder 2Atlanta Chamber of Commerce (multiple copies), 1938

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FF 309T4Atlanta downtown area - blueprint, undated

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FF 30910Atlanta Fortifications drawn by Lemuel Pratt (L.P.) Grant, about 1863

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MSS OS box 5.832Atlanta 1864 from Atlas of Official Record, undated

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OS 52Atlanta printed with hand written notes, 1953

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FF 148T2 - Folder 3Atlanta "State Square" section, 1933

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FF 309T6Atlanta showing house numbering (2 copies), 1930 October

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FF 306T1 - Folder 2Atlanta, Georgia (hand drawn and printed), 1930-1954, undated, 2.0

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FF 308T10Atlas of the Official Record - assorted plates, undated

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FF 309T7Augusta, Georgia, 1925

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FF 148T3Barnsley Gardens (see Notebook OXK, page 35), undated

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FF 309T8Bartow County, Georgia - hand drawn, 1949

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FF 308T10Bartow County, Georgia, 1940

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FF 306T1 - Folder 1Bartow County, Georgia, Undated, 2.0

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FF 309T4Battle Field (sic) Atlanta - blueprint, undated

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FF 309T4Battle of Atlanta - blueprint, undated

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FF 308T10Battle of Atlanta - photostat negative, 1936

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FF 309T8Battle of Atlanta field - tracing paper, 1953

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MSS OS box 5.60.2Battle of Atlanta troop positions to the west of Atlanta before the strike,, 1951

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FF 309T7Battle of Corinth, Mississippi, 1947

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FF 309T5Battle of Ezra Church - blueprint, undated

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FF 309T6Battle of Ezra Church - hand drawn, 1964

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FF 309T4Battle of Franklin, Tennessee - blueprint, 1907

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MSS OS box 5.60.2Battle of Jonesboro (small section),, 1934

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MSS OS 6.2Battle of Jonesboro,, 1956-1964

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MSS OS 6.3Battle of Peachtree Creek,, 1956-1964

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FF 309T4Battle of Peachtree Creek July 20, 1864 - blueprint, 1928

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FF 148T3Battle of Resaca - six sheets with detailed notes, 1952

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FF 148T3Battlefield - unknown area, hand drawn, undated

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FF 148T3Battlefield of Chattanooga from Atlas of Official Plat XLIX (49), undated

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FF 148T2 - Folder 2Battlefields in and around Atlanta (non-Kurtz copy), 1895

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FF 148T3Battlefields in and around Atlanta by Fulton County Veterans Association, undated

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FF 307T1 - Folder 1Battlefields - Civil War, Undated, 2.0

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FF 309T4Brookwood Hills extension plat - blueprint, 1925

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FF 309T4Brookwood Hills plat - blueprint, 1922

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FF 148T3Calhoun area - hand drawn (see Notebook 10, pages 202 and 206), undated

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FF 309T7Cartersville, Georgia area - hand drawn, 1948

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FF 309T8Cass Station, Bartow County, Georgia - hand drawn and painted, 1942

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FF 309T8Cassville area, Bartow County, Georgia, 1937

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FF 309T5Cassville area - hand drawn - blueprint (see Notebook 9, page 92 and Notebook 20, page 111), 1946

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MSS OS box 5.838Cassville, Georgia 1864 from Atlas of the Official Record, 1932

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MSS OS box 5.837Cassville, Georgia area - hand drawn, 1932

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FF 306T1 - Folder 1Catoosa County, Georgia, 1940, 2.0

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FF 307T1 - Folder 2Charleston, South Carolina, Undated, 2.0 Item(s)

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FF 309T8Chattahoochee River near Powers Ferry, undated

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FF 148T3Chattanooga, Tennessee and surrounding area from Atlas of the Official Record Plate XLIX (49), undated

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FF 307T1 - Folder 2Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1914

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OS 52Cheatham's Hill Battle (hand drawn and painted), undated

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MSS OS box 5.60.2Cheatham’s Hill Battlefield (copy),, 1933

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MSS OS 6.7Cheatham's Hill area, undated

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FF 288Civil War period – troop movements and locations,, 1933-1959, undated

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FF 309T7Cobb County, Georgia - hand drawn tracing, 1936

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FF 306T1 - Folder 1Cobb County, Georgia (copy), 1864, 2.0 Item(s)

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FF 308T10Cobb County, Georgia, 1940

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FF 309T7Cobb County, Georgia, 1946

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FF 309T5Cobb County, Georgia - blueprint, 1931

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MSS OS box 5.833Columbia, Tennessee, undated

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FF 309T5Confederate Cabinet flight route - blueprint, 1907

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FF 309T7Dallas - New Hope Church - hand drawn, 1934

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MSS OS 6.4Decatur Quadrangle,, 1964

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FF 306T1 - Folder 1DeKalb County, Georgia (copy), 1864, 2.0 Item(s)

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FF 148T2 - Folder 2Deployment of 15th Corps with notes, 1934

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FF 309T8District 14, land lot 14 - tracing paper, undated

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FF 308T10Estelle, Georgia topo, 1953

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FF 309T6Ezra Church area preliminary study - hand drawn, 1934

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FF 307T1 - Folder 2Florida, 1932

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FF 308T10Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia topo, 1953

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FF 309T8F.D.R. Memorial Archives - proposed property/site layout, 1964

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FF 308T10Fulton County, Georgia, 1940

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FF 148T2 - Folder 2Geary's Division at the Battle of Peachtree Creek - partial hand drawn with notes, 1955

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FF 309T7Gigal Church - hand drawn, 1952

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FF 308T10Gordon County, Georgia, 1940

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FF 308T10Gwinnett County, Georgia, 1938

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MSS OS box 5.60.2Old Hargrove House,, undated

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FF 309T6Haynes Manor, 1928

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FF 306T1 - Folder 1Habersham County, Georgia, Undated, 2.0 Image(s)

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OS 52Hood's Corp near Whitfield-Gordon counties line (hand drawn and painted), 1953

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FF 307T1 - Folder 3HMS Camperdown and Victoria - route of the collision 1893, 1960

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FF 148T1Hopkin Atlanta 1878 (mounted on board), undated

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FF 309T4Howell Mill along Peachtree Creek - blueprint, 1933

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FF 309T4J.C. Polk lot on Ivy Street - blueprint (see Notebook 11, pages 76 & 87-96), undated

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FF 309T6Jonesboro Campaign, 1933

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MSS OS 6.5Kennesaw Mountain, first study done by Kurtz,, 1929

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FF 309T7Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield site, 1936

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FF 309T10Kensington, Georgia topo, 1953

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FF 148T2 - Folder 5Lacy Hotel property layout, undated

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FF 148T3Lacy Hotel property layout, undated

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MSS OS box 5.58Map 1 – illustrates the first epoch of the Atlanta Campaign

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MSS OS box 5.58Map 3 – Resaca Battlefield – aerial photograph by Carl Forrester,, 1950

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MSS OS box 5.58Map 4 – Siege of Atlanta under Maj. Gen. Sherman,, 1865

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MSS OS box 5.58Map 5 – Red Clay – Varnell, Dalton, Tilton, Resaca, Calhoun,, 1897

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MSS OS box 5.58Map 6 – Battle of Atlanta – beginning of battle and McPherson’s route, July 22, 1864,, 1930

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MSS OS box 5.58Map 7 – Battle of Atlanta – indicating troop positions of Confederate and Federal forces near the Troup Hurt House,, 1931

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FF 141Map 8 – published by the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, 1938, showing the troop positions and battlefields in Atlanta,, 1964

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FF 141Map 9 – Positions of 17th Corps July, 20, 1864,, 1930

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MSS OS box 5.58Map 10 – Copy of the saucer drawing of the Cyclorama by Theodore Davis,, 1887

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MSS OS box 5.57Map 11 – Geological survey – Adairsville Quadrangle,, 1944

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MSS OS box 5.57Map 12 – Geological survey – Acworth Quadrangle,, 1909

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MSS OS box 5.57Map 13 – Geological survey – Georgia-Tennessee-Catoosa,, 1892

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MSS OS box 5.57Map 14 – Geological survey – Stilesboro Quadrangle,, 1908

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MSS OS box 5.59Map 15 – Geological survey – Georgia, Alabama, Rome Quadrangle,, 1904

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MSS OS box 5.59Map 16 – Geological survey – Carterville sheet,, 1896

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MSS OS box 5.59Map 17 – Geological survey – Calhoun Quadrangle,, 1951

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MSS OS box 5.59Map 18 – Geological survey – Suwanee sheet,, 1894

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MSS OS box 5.59Map 19 – Geological survey – Marietta Quadrangle,, 1901

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MSS OS box 5.59Map 20 – Geological survey – Atlanta sheet,, 1895

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MSS OS box 5.60.1Map 21 – Battlefield of Ezra Church – City of Atlanta and vicinity,, 1964

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MSS OS box 5.60.1Map 22 – Atlanta and environs,, 1938

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MSS OS box 5.60.1Map 23 – Military operations, July 17-19, 1864; sections of Fulton, DeKalb, and Gwinnett counties as of, 1938

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FF 141Map 24 – Chattahoochee National Forest,, 1940

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MSS OS box 5.60.1Map 25 – Battlefield of July 22, 1864 – City of Atlanta,, undated

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MSS OS box 5.60.1Map 26 – Battlefield of July, 22, 1864 – City of Atlanta,, undated

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MSS OS box 5.62Map 27 – Battlefield of July 22, 1864 – City of Atlanta,, undated

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MSS OS box 5.62Map 28 – Battlefield of July 22, 1864 – City of Atlanta,, undated

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MSS OS box 5.62Map 29 – Paulding County, Georgia,, 1940

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MSS OS box 5.62Map 30 – Whitfield County, Georgia,, 1949

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MSS OS box 5.62Map 31 – Streets of Dalton, Georgia,, 1949

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MSS OS box 5.61Map 32 - Street directory, key to G.M. Hopkins map of Atlanta,, 1878

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MSS OS box 5.61Map 33 - Atlanta topographic map, survey of, 1927

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MSS OS box 5.61Map 34 – Battlefield Peachtree Creek area, city of Atlanta and vicinity,, 1927

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MSS OS box 5.61Map 35 – “Cassville Destroyed Seventy-Five Years Ago,” article from Tribune News, Cartersville, Georgia,, 1939 November 2

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MSS OS box 5.61Map 36 – Embattled Atlanta, street and highway map,, 1864 summer

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FF 141Map 37 – Gordon and Bartow counties,, 1951

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FF 141Map 38 – Nickajack Gap Quadrangle,, 1948

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FF 141Map 39 – 20th Corps at Resaca showing the placement of Federal 20th, 4th, and 23rd Corps,, 1864 May 15

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FF 141Map 40 – Battlefield of Picket’s Mill,, 1864 May 27

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FF 141Map 41 – Allatoona, 1864 May,, 1949

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FF 141Map 42 – Tunnel Hill Quadrangle,, 1949

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FF 142Map 43 – Kensington Quadrangle,, 1948

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FF 142Map 44 – Ringgold, Georgia-Tennessee Quadrangle – Andrews’ Raid route,, 1949

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FF 142Map 45 – Fort Oglethorpe Quadrangle,, undated

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FF 142Map 47 – Howard’s report on Atlanta, from The Macon Daily Telegraph and Confederate,, 1864 December 12

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FF 142Map 48 – East Ridge Quadrangle – Georgia-Tennessee,, 1935

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FF 142Map 49 – Murray County, Georgia,, 1940

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FF 143Map 50 – Drawing – Resaca, Gordon County, area in Camp Creek,, 1964

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FF 143Map 51 – Illustrates portion of the Battle of Atlanta at the Georgia Railroad,, 1864 July 22

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FF 143Map 52 – Polk County, Georgia,, 1935

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FF 143Map 53 – Battlefield of Kolb’s Farm,, 1864 June 22

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FF 143Map 54 – Douglas County, Georgia,, 1940

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FF 143Map 55 – DeKalb County land lot map,, 1935

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FF 143Map 56 – DeKalb County, Georgia,, 1945

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FF 144Map 57 – Cobb County, Georgia,, 1948

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FF 144Map 58 – Fulton County, Georgia, showing portion of DeKalb County, Georgia,, 1929

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FF 144Map 59 – Whitfield-Murray-Gordon-Bartow-Floyd Counties,, 1944

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FF 144Map 60 – DeKalb County, Georgia,, 1948

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FF 144Map 61 – Section of 17th district, Fulton County, Georgia,, 1940

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FF 145Map 62 – Operations of the 23rd Corps and McCook’s Cavalry – incident of the crossing at the Chattahoochee River,, 1864 July 4-9

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FF 145Map 63 – Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield,, 1864 June 27

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MSS OS box 5.61Map 64 – Photograph, Resaca Battlefield with description,, 1950

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FF 145Map 65 – Route taken by Hardee’s Corps and Wheeler’s Cavalry, 1864 July 21-22 to gain the rear of McPherson’s Army of the Tennessee

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FF 145Map 66 – Field of Resaca 1864 May 15 – copy made from print of Blakeslee’s map of, 1864 May 16

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FF 145Map 67 – City of Atlanta,, 1912

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FF 145Map 68 – Greater Atlanta and suburbs,, 1947

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FF 145Map 69 – Central area of Atlanta showing three battlefields,, 1953

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FF 146Map 70 – City of Atlanta showing battlefields, city fortifications and Federal positions during the, summer of 1864

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FF 145Map 71 – Walker County-Catoosa County, Georgia,, 1940

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FF 145Map 72 – Ponder House – descriptive sheet,, 1930

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FF 146Map 73 – Wagner’s complete map of Atlanta,, 1927

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FF 146Map 76 – Section of Resaca and Gordon Counties – copy of one drawn 1864 May 16 by G.H. Blakeslee

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FF 146Map 77 – Fayette County and Clayton County, Georgia,, 1940

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FF 146Map 78 – Illustrates the operations of the Army under the command of Gen. William T. Sherman,, 1864 May to September

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FF 146Map 79 – Diagram of the Cyclorama – Battle of Atlanta,, undated

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FF 146Map 80 – Field of Battle of Atlanta, 1864 July 22, showing Confederate and Federal positions superimposed on map of area as of, 1953

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FF 146Map 81 – Fulton County, Georgia, (reverse side is 1911 map of City of Atlanta), 1947

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FF 146Map 82 – Atlanta Campaign, map 1, Chattanooga-Resaca,, 1875

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FF 147Map 83 – Atlanta Campaign, map 2, Resaca-Adairsville-Rome-Kingston-Cassville-Etowah River,, 1877

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FF 147Map 84 – Atlanta Campaign, map 3, Cassville-Dallas-Marietta,, 1876

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FF 147Map 85 – Atlanta Campaign, map 4, Marietta-Atlanta,, 1874

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FF 147Map 86 – Atlanta Campaign, map 5, Atlanta-Jonesboro,, 1877

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FF 147Map 87 – Atlanta Campaign, map 6, Atlanta,, 1875

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MSS OS box 5.60.2Marietta, 1930

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MSS OS box 5.835Marietta, Georgia 1864 from Atlas of the Official Record - copy, undated

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FF 309T5Marietta, Georgia and Kennesaw Mountain, 1931

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FF 309T7Maury County, Tennessee, 1938

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FF 309T4Memorial Plans for Atlanta, proposed - blueprint (3 copies), 1936

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FF 309T8Memphis and Charleston Railroad area - tracing paper, undated

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FF 309T4Military Campaigns of Stonewall Jackson - blueprint, 1940

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FF 309T6Military operations in front of Atlanta 1864 from Atlas of the Official Record, undated

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FF 308T10Moberly, Kentucky topo, 1963

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FF 309T4Mozley Park area - blueprint, undated

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MSS OS box 5.834Mt. Gilead Church SW of East Point, Georgia - hand drawn (see Notebook 9, page 95), undated

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MSS OS box 2.338.18Oakland Cemetery, Georgia area - hand drawn (see Notebook 27, page 91), 1954

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FF 309T7Paulding County, Georgia, 1940

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MSS OS box 5.839Paulding County, Georgia, 1940

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FF 306T1 - Folder 1Paulding County, Georgia, 1940

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FF 308T10Polk County, Georgia, 1947

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FF 309T5Resaca and surrounding area - blueprint, hand drawn (see Notebook 20, pages 120-121), 1933

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FF 308T10Richmond South, Kentucky topo, 1963

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OS 52Ringgold - Calhoun railway and environs (hand drawn and painted), undated

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FF 309T5Riverdale area - hand drawn - blueprint (see Notebook 27, pages 257-259 and Notebook 9, pages 75-76), undated

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FF 309T8Roswell, Georgia area - few details - tracing paper, undated

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FF 309T8Roswell, Georgia to Atlanta, Georgia area - tracing paper, undated

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FF 309T8Sandtown, Georgia area - few details - tracing paper, 1960

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FF 309T8Southeastern region outline with state boundaries - tracing paper, undated

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FF 307T1 - Folder 2Southeastern United States, 1914-1938, undated, 2.0

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MSS OS 6.6State Highway (Fulton, DeKalb, Clayton, Cherokee, Cobb, Forsyth, Gwinnett, Douglas, and Cowetta counties),, 1955

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FF 309T4Tanyard Branch area - blueprint (see Notebook 3, page 150), 1928

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OS 52Terry's Mill Pond area (hand drawn and painted), undated

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FF 308T10Tunnel Hill, Georgia topo, 1953

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FF 148T3Vicinity of Petersburg, Virginia from Atlas of the Official Record Plate LVI (56), undated

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FF 309T7Vicksburg, Siege of, 1949

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FF 148T1Vincent map of Atlanta 1878 (mounted on board), undated

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FF 309T4Vincent map of Atlanta 1853 - blueprint, 1937

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FF 309T4Walker, General W.H.T. Walker Monument - proposedd location - blueprint, 1931

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FF 148T2 - Folder 4"The War in the West Before Stones River" - outline only, no details, undated

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FF 148T3Western and Atlantic Railway, 1871 repro

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MSS OS box 5.60.2The Western and Rome Railroad Yards, Kingston, Georgia, about 1907

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FF 309T8Western Kentucky and Tennessee region - few details - tracing paper, undated

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MSS OS box 5.831Wheeler 1864 - copy, undated

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FF 309T7Wilson's, General James, Cavalry Corps April and May 1865 - hand drawn pen/ink, undated

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FF 306T 2Marietta area; Cheatham's Hill; Atlanta with three battlefields; Atlanta Campaign Tilton's-Adairsville; Cobb County military operations 1864 June-July; Hardee's Corps; Military Operations 1864 June 22-July 17; Atlanta Campaign Adairsville-Cartersville; Battle of Atlanta; and Battle of Peachtree Creek (all copies), undated

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OS drawer 54Topographic map Fort McPherson area, 1930

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OS drawer 54Chattanooga, Tennessee (four sheets), 1923



Sub-series 8 - Presentations

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511Alexander, Henry A. – re. John C. Calhoun,, 1930

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92audio shelvesAndrews Raid train excursion and WSB-TV interview, 1962
2“Battle of Ezra Church,”, 1942
3“Captain Thomas J. Key’s battery which was at the Battle of Peachtree Creek, July 20, 1864,”, 1930
4“Crossroads,”, 1930
5“The Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta at Grant Park,” interview with Wright Bryan,, 1937
audio shelves Gone With the Wind talk at the Civil War Round Table, 1962
6Hartsfield, William B. interview with Wilbur G. Kurtz,, 1938
7“The Henne-Graben,”, 1903
8“Historic Houses of War Time Atlanta,”, 1935-1941, undated
9“Historical Events and Points of Interest Within Our League Area,” Home Park Peters Park Civic League,, 1941
10“The Jonesboro Campaign,”, 1957
11“The Old Governor’s Mansion at Milledgeville,”, 1940
12“One Federal Assault at Cheatham’s Hill,”, 1947
13“Some Glimpses of Genl. John B. Hood,”, 1950
14“The Strangest Episode in the History of English Literature,”, 1944
15“Stupidity Incorporated,”, 1958
16“They Asked the Reason Why?,”, 1960
17“Tolstoy – War and Peace – Yosana Poliana, 1864,”, 1943
18“Unanswered Questions that Intrigue the Student of the Atlanta Campaign of 1864,”, 1957
19“Were They Really That Old?,”, 1957



Sub-series 9 - Professional associations/organizations

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5120Atlanta Art Association,, 1925-1940
21Atlanta Centennial Celebration Commission,, 1937-1948
22Atlanta Historical Society, 1, 930-1948, undated
23Authors’ Club,, 1939

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MSS OS box 2.297.2Awards and certificates,, 1939-1960
24Brown Art Class,, undated
25Certificates and invitations,, 1940-1966, undated
26Civil War Centennial Commission papers,, 1961-1962

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521Civil War Round Table,, 1938-1960
2Civil War Round Table,, 1964-1969, undated
3Daughters of the American Revolution,, 1948
4Georgia State Chamber of Commerce,, 1952-1953
5Kennesaw Mountain Historical Assoc.,, 1960
6Rotary Club,, 1960
7Sons of the American Revolution,, 1950
8Sons of the Confederate Veterans,, 1939
9United Daughters of the Confederacy – Atlanta Chapter,, 1913, undated



Sub-series 10 - Publications

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531Associations – Piedmont Driving Club,, 1938-1974

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MSS OS box 5.8315Atlanta Constitution (mounted on board), 1930 July 20
2 Atlanta and the Old South Paintings and Drawings by Wilbur G. Kurtz Artist and Historian – correspondence,, 1969-1970
3 Atlanta and the Old South Paintings and Drawings by Wilbur G. Kurtz Artist and Historian – galley proof,, 1969
4 Atlanta and the Old South Paintings and Drawings by Wilbur G. Kurtz Artist and Historian – illustrations,, undated
5 Atlanta and the Old South Paintings and Drawings by Wilbur G. Kurtz Artist and Historian – notes,, 1969-1970, undated
6 Atlanta and the Old South Paintings and Drawings by Wilbur G. Kurtz Artist and Historian,, undated

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54 Atlanta Historical Bulletin,, 1927-1944

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55 Atlanta Historical Bulletin,, 1945-1982

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561Atlanta Public Library,, 1954-1955
2 The Battle of Franklin,, 1931
3 Battles of Atlanta,, 1895
4Catalogues – book,, 1928-1964
5Civil War topics,, 1930-1974, undated
6 Confederate Veteran,, 1898
7Economic development – North Carolina,, 1926
8Economic development – Georgia,, 1911-1951
9Education – Columbia University,, 1953-1954
10Education – Georgia institutions,, 1893-1966, undated

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571 The Emory University Quarterly,, 1947-1964

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FF 148T2Forward Atlanta booklet, 1927
2 Georgia Historical Quarterly,, 1943
3Georgia landmarks – brochures,, undated
4Georgia Society of Historical Research,, 1929-1947
5 Historic Atlanta – booklet – outline,, undated
6 Inn Dixie,, 1935-1943
7 The Lark,, 1897

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FF 148T1Macon Daily Telegraph (mounted on board), 1864 December 7
8Miscellaneous,, 1892-1966

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581Mitchell, Margaret (Marsh) – The Atlanta Historical Bulletin,, 1950
2Newsletter – Bass, Henry,, 1953-1961
3Newsletter – Bass, Henry,, 1962-1968 May
4Newsletter – Bass, Henry,, 1968 July – 1969
5Newsletter – Bass, Henry,, 1970
6Newsletter – Bass, Henry,, 1971 January – August
7Newsletter – Bass, Henry,, 1971 September – 1973

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591Pamphlets – Georgia,, 1925-1961
2Perpetual calendars,, 1939-1953, undated
3Political figures,, 1929-1939
4Programs – exhibitions,, 1934-1953
5Programs – miscellaneous,, 1962-1965
6Programs – Gone With the Wind,, 1961-1972
7Programs – Mitchell (Marsh), Margaret,, undated
8Railroads,, 1945-1962
9Railroads – battlefield line,, undated
10Southern Historical Society Papers,, 1880-1884
11 Steel Facts,, 1940-1946
12Travel materials,, 1911-1956

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601Travel materials – Georgia,, 1918-1954, undated
2 The United Daughters of the Confederacy,, 1946-1947



Sub-series 11 - Research materials

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611African Americans,, 1935-1951, undated
2Air and sea battles,, 1934-1963, undated
3Andersonville,, 1926-1965
4Andrews’ Raid – article – “Andrews’ Railroad Raid,”, 1903
5Andrews’ Raid – article – Kurtz Jr., Wilbur – “Ghost That Rode a Train,”, 1931
6Andrews’ Raid – article – Kurtz Sr., Wilbur – “ Motives and Locomotives of the Andrew’s Raid,”, 1938-1965
7Andrews’ Raid – articles,, 1865-1947
8Andrews’ Raid – articles,, 1950-1959
9Andrews’ Raid – articles,, 1960-1971, undated

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FF 288Andrews’ Raid – articles – Fuller, Capt. W.A.,, 1885

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621Andrews’ Raid – articles- The General (movie),, 1926-1955
2Andrews’ Raid – articles – The General – transfer to Georgia,, 1960-1967, undated
3Andrews’ Raid – articles – The Great Locomotive Chase (movie),, 1951-1966, undated
4Andrews’ Raid – articles – Murphy, Anthony,, 1899-1931
5Andrews’ Raid – articles – railroads,, 1959-1965
6Andrews’ Raid – Civil War centennial – Georgia,, 1962
7Andrews’ Raid – Civil War Round Table,, 1962
8Andrews’ Raid – General Cleburne and the Army of the Tennessee,, 1953

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631Andrews’ Raid – correspondence,, 1903
2Andrews’ Raid – correspondence,, 1904
3Andrews’ Raid – correspondence,, 1905-1911
4Andrews’ Raid – correspondence,, 1922-1955
5Andrews’ Raid – correspondence,, 1956-1960
6Andrews’ Raid – correspondence,, 1961-1972
7Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Bell, James,, 1907-1918

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641Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Benning, Capt. A.H.,, 1888-1929, undated
2Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Bensinger, William,, 1904-1966
3Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Bogle, Col. James,, 1961-1962
4Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Brown, Wilson W.,, 1904-1911, undated
5Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Campbell, William,, 1903-1961
6Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Centennial Celebration,, 1959-1962, undated
7Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Clark, E. Warren,, 1892-1952, undated
8Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Coleman, I.A.,, 1906
9Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Dorsey, Daniel A.,, 1903-1911

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651Andrews’ Raid – correspondence (sender) – Fuller, W.A.,, 1903-1907
2Andrews’ Raid – correspondence (addressee) – Fuller, W.A.,, 1885-1906
3Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Gregg, Dean B.,, 1937
4Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Grose, Parlee C.,, 1943-1965
5Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Henderson, Edward,, 1904-1908
6Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Hirsch, Albert,, 1914-1951
7Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Knight, William,, 1903-1914, undated

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661Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Murphy, Anthony,, 1904-1909
2Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – O’Neill, Charles,, 1955-1962
3Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Parrott, Jacob,, 1903-1904
4Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Pennington, Mrs. John A. (re. P.J. Bracken),, 1962
5Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Pittenger, William,, 1903-1907
6Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Porter, John Reed,, 1904
7Andrews’ Raid – correspondence - Reddick, W.H.,, 1904
8Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – registered mail receipts,, 1903
9Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Robertson, Samuel,, 1904
10Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Shadrack, Perry,, 1904-1961
11Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Temple, Judge Oliver P.,, 1904-1913
12Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Williams, Samuel,, 1906
13Andrews’ Raid – correspondence – Fuller, Mrs. W.A.,, 1925
14Andrews’ Raid – ephemeral material,, undated
15Andrews’ Raid – Fuller, W.A. – posthumous award paper,, 1949-1959

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671Andrews’ Raid – Fuller, Capt. W.A. – commission (original),, 1864
2Andrews’ Raid – manuscript – Bair, John – “The Andrews’ Raid,”, 1907 (original publication date)
3Andrews’ Raid – manuscript (partial) – Fuller, Capt. W.A.,, undated
4Andrews’ Raid – manuscript – Fuller, Capt. W.A. – “The Epitome of Andrews’ Raid,”, 1904
5Andrews’ Raid – manuscript (original/bound) – Fuller, Capt. W.A. – “The Narrative of the Raid” and “An Outlining of the Address made at the GAR Encampment, Columbus, Ohio,”, 1888, undated
6Andrews’ Raid – Fuller, Capt. W.A. – “Pursuit and Capture of Andrews’ Raiders,”, undated
7Andrews’ Raid – manuscript – Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “The Andrews’ Raiders in the Fulton County Jail,”, c. 1932
8Andrews’ Raid – manuscript – Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – “Back on the Alabama Road,”, 1952
9Andrews’ Raid – manuscript – Kurtz Sr., Wilbur G. – introduction to book, The Great Locomotive Chase,, 1955-1956

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681Andrews’ Raid – manuscript – Pittinger, William – “The Story of Andrews’ Raid,”, c. 1920
2Andrews’ Raid – map – Atlanta campaign,, undated
3Andrews’ Raid – map – Chattanooga, Tennessee,, 1950
4Andrews’ Raid – miscellaneous,, 1962, undated

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MSS OS box 1.8Andrews Raid - newspaper clippings (four folders), 1884-1960, undated
5Andrews’ Raid – pamphlets – The General,, 1929-1962, undated
6Andrews’ Raid – pamphlet – Gunboats and Cavalry (Bensinger),, 1965
7Andrews’ Raid – print material – The General,, 1902-1962, undated
8Andrews’ Raid – publications,, 1891-1968
9Andrews' Raid - Publications - The General, 1895
10Andrews’ Raid – publications- Georgia Yesterday – Today – Tomorrow for Georgia Progress, Centennial Commemoration Battle of Atlanta,, 1964 June
11Andrews’ Raid – publications – Grose, Parlee C.,, undated
12Andrews’ Raid – radio program – Hubbard, Freeman – “Venture in Silk Hat” (Andrews’ Raid),, 1946
13Andrews’ Raid – radio script,, 1962

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691Andrews’ Raid – research materials – The General – miscellaneous,, 1903-1965, undated
2Andrews’ Raid – research materials - The General – relocation to Atlanta,, 1940-1959
3Andrews’ Raid – research materials – participant narratives and notes (copies from notebook 1),, 1903-1965, undated
4Andrews’ Raid – research materials – The Texas,, 1910-1963, undated
5Andrews’ Raid – research materials – study examples – The Texas,, 1903-1937, undated

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701Andrews’ Raid – research notes,, 1903-1908, undated
2Andrews’ Raid – research notes with sketches,, undated
3Andrews’ Raid – research notes – Andrews, James J.,, 1930-1962, undated
4Andrews’ Raid – research notes – Andrews’ Raiders,, 1904-1961
5Andrews’ Raid – research notes – Baxter, John,, 1904
6Andrews’ Raid – research notes – Dorsey, Daniel A.,, 1927-1953
7Andrews’ Raid – research notes – Harbin, Oliver Wiley,, 1907, undated
8Andrews’ Raid – research notes – Iron Works at Etowah,, 1930-1962, undated
9Andrews’ Raid – research notes – locomotives,, 1904-1965, undated

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711Andrews’ Raid – research notes – old county jail – LaFayette, Georgia,, 1903
2Andrews’ Raid – research notes – prison/jail,, 1936-1952
3Andrews’ Raid – research notes – train wrecks,, 1945, undated
4Andrews’ Raid – research notes – Union divisions,, undated
5Andrews’ Raid – research notes – Western and Atlantic Railroad,, 1958-1965, undated
6Andrews’ Raid – research notes – Whitbitt, W.J.,, 1906-1907
7Andrews’ Raid – research notes – Wood, Mark,, 1904
8Andrews’ Raid – speech (copy) – Fuller, Capt. W.A.,, 1900
9Andrews’ Raid – The Texas – restoration documentation,, 1936
10Andrews’ Raid – transcript (copy)– testimony of six Andrews’s Raiders before Judge Holt,, 1867 December 21

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MSS OS box 2.297.2Articles pertaining to Atlanta, Georgia events including Gone With the Wind and Margaret Mitchell,, 1928-1979, undated

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MSS OS box 1.19Articles from Oakland Messenger (Illinois) and Chattanooga Time, 1933-1940

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MSS OS box 1.16Articles – primarily pertaining to Georgia counties,, 1864-1966, undated

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MSS OS box 1.15Articles – primarily pertaining to Georgia historic sites,, 1919-1972, undated

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MSS OS box 1.18Articles – pertaining to national events including World War I and World War II, and railroads; and index to notebook 3,, 1911-1966, undated

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MSS OS box 1.17Articles – pertaining to Gone With the Wind and Margaret Mitchell, and Atlanta,, 1895-1973, undated

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MSS OS box 1.20Articles – primarily social announcements,, 1887-1964, undated
11Atlanta business firms (50) – Civil War period,, undated
12Atlanta Campaign,, 1940-1965, undated
13Atlanta Campaign – division descriptions,, 1946-1948, undated
14Atlanta Confederate hospitals,, 1935-1956, undated
15Atlanta railroad yard (diagram),, 1961
16Atlanta Cyclorama,, 1937-1964, undated
17Atlanta fire department,, 1930-1966, undated
18Atlanta Gas Light,, 1941
19Atlanta history,, 1940, undated
20Atlanta origins/evolution,, undated
21Atlanta real estate,, 1916-1937, undated

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MSS OS box 5.60.2Atlanta, first city seal (copy),, 1859-1860
22Atlanta street names (compiled by Franklin Garrett),, undated

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MSS OS box 4.329Atlas – Civil War – plates 1-84,, 1891-1895

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MSS OS box 4.328Atlas – Civil War – plates 85-175,, 1891-1895
23Balls Bluff,, 1937
24Bartow County (Georgia),, 1864-1952, undated

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721Bartow County (Georgia) – Allatoona,, 1882-1966, undated
2Bartow County (Georgia) – Barnsley estate,, 1897-1948
3Bartow County (Georgia) – Howard family – Rev. Charles Wallace,, 1897-1960, undated
4Bartow County (Georgia) – Stilesboro,, 1936-1951, undated
5Battle flags,, 1905-1962
6Battle of Atlanta,, c.1930
7Battle of Atlanta – Sherman order (transcript),, 1929

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FF 148T2 - folder 2Battle of Resaca, 3 page detailed report, 1957

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MSS OS box 2.413Battle of Eutoy Creek,, 1949-1958
8Battle of the Horseshoe,, 1936-1964
9Battle of Jonesboro,, 1927-1963, undated

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731Battle of Jonesboro (first person narratives),, 1930-1932
2Battlefield of Resaca,, 1932-1935, undated

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MSS OS box 4.449Bibliography (note cards),, undated
3Brown, John,, 1903-1959
4Site of Killis Brown House,, 1960
5Butler, Maj. Hiram,, 1967, undated
6Calendars,, 1836-1939
7Catoosa County (Georgia),, 1930-1953, undated
8Chatterton, Thomas,, 1930-1958, undated
9Cheatham’s Hill,, 1962
10Churches,, 1922-1948

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741Churches,, 1950-1968, undated
2Churches – Atlanta region,, 1930-1961, undated
3Churches – Civil War era,, 1935-1957, undated
4Civil War documents (originals) – request for leave and requisition form,, 1862, undated
5Civil War flags (ensigns),, 1865-1939, undated
6Civil War landmark brochures and articles,, 1902-1963, undated
7Civil War officers,, 1914-1969, undated

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751Clay, Henry,, 1951-1954, undated
2Clayton County (Georgia),, 1864-1963, undated
3Cleburne at Ringgold,, undated
4Clingman, Lt. Edward Peter CSA,, 1933
5Cobb County (Georgia),, 1904-1959, undated
6Cobb County (Georgia) – Big Shanty,, 1932
7Coca-Cola Bottler – original site,, 1949-1962, undated
8Collective memory – Civil War,, 1934-1962
9Confederate Army at Cassville,, 1937-1947, undated
10Confederate reunions,, 1894-1958, undated

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761Confederate reunions – Official Programme of the Reunion on United Confederate Veterans, Atlanta, Georgia,, 1898
2Correspondence and diary entries (transcripts) – Atlanta Campaign,, undated
3Correspondence and diary entries (transcripts) – Confederate – Alexander, P.W. (1862),, 1946
4Correspondence and diary entries (transcripts) – Confederate – Dunlop, Colin (1864),, 1945
5Correspondence and diary entries (transcripts) – Confederate – Holtzclaw, George W. (1864),, 1930
6Correspondence and diary entries (transcripts) – Confederate – McCrae, C.M. (1861-1864),, undated
7Correspondence and diary entries (transcripts) – Miller, Private Alonzo (1864, Wisconsin),, 1956
8Correspondence and diary entries (transcripts) – Neal, Lt. A.J. (1864),, 1947
9Correspondence and diary entries (transcripts) – Smith, T.J. to W.E. Graham (1863),, 1957
10Correspondence and diary entries (transcripts) – Union – Thompson, Capt. Heber S. (1864),, 1946
11Correspondence (transcripts) – Civil War era,, 1947, undated
12Cotton gin,, 1940-1941, undated
13Cotton press,, 1927-1954, undated

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771Cox, Genl. J.D.,, 1947
2Creek War (transcript),, 1936
3Crew, James R. – description of Atlanta after siege (transcript),, undated
4Crow Valley,, c.1947
5Crow’s Valley and Dug Gap, Whitfield County, Georgia,, 1935
6Cyclorama,, 1887-1949
7Cyclorama,, 1950-1959
8Cyclorama,, 1960-1988, undated

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912Cyclorama, 1887-1949
3Cyclorama, 1950-1959
4Cyclorama, 1964, undated
9Cyclorama – Gettysburg,, 1933-1966

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781Cyclorama – publications,, 1902-1959, undated
2Davis, Jefferson and cabinet,, 1886-1951, undated
3DeGress Battery,, 1935, undated
4Disney, George,, 1935
5Eaton House and Ruff’s Mill Battlefield,, c.1936

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MSS OS box 2.297.3Envelopes – handmade with notes by Wilbur G. Kurtz, Sr.,, 1864-1962

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MSS OS box 2.308.2Envelopes, handmade with notes, 1932-1964, undated
6Envelopes - notes by Kurtz (removed from VIS 197), 1940-1966, undated
7Excerpts,, 1937-1953, undated
8Exhibit master plan – National Park Service,, 1936-1940
9Extant landmarks on the three Atlanta Battlefields,, 1959
10Ezra Church Battle,, 1942-1955, undated
11Field notes (single page),, undated
12Field studies/trips – Atlanta to Dalton, Georgia,, 1937
13Field studies/trips – Jarrett Manor,, 1931
14Floyd County (Georgia),, 1936-1954, undated
15Fulton County (Georgia) – City of Atlanta,, 1903-1959, undated

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791Fulton County (Georgia) – newspapers images,, 1927-1951, undated
2Georgia – economic development,, 1935-1940, undated
3Georgia – rivers,, 1952, undated
4Gettysburg,, 1897-1963, undated
5Government buildings – Atlanta,, 1926-1970
6Governor’s mansion – Milledgeville, Georgia,, 1966
7Grady, Henry,, 1935-1943
8Gordon County (Georgia),, 1864-1966, undated
9Grant, L.P. property,, 1931, undated
10Harris, Joel Chandler,, 1934-1958, undated
11Hindman, General T.C.,, 1947-1953, undated
12Historic houses – Georgia,, 1928-1957, undated
13Hood, General John B.,, 1939-1950

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801Historic monuments (statues and relics),, 1936-1942, undated
2Historic sites – battlefields/monuments,, 1896-1962, undated
3Historic sites – Chickamauga and Chattanooga,, 1906-1962
4Historic sites – Kennesaw Mountain,, 1929-1964, undated
5Historic sites – Sherman House,, undated
6Historic sites – Tennessee,, 1935-1962, undated
7Howard house,, 1913-1918
8Huff house and Sarah Huff,, 1861-1954, undated
9Inventories,, undated
10Inventories – Andrews’ Raid materials,, undated
11Inventories – books and articles,, 1955

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MSS OS box 2.297.2Inventories – notebooks,, 1946-1965
12J.J. Haverty Art Collection,, 1937-1938
13Jarrett Manor (Stephens County, Georgia),, 1930-1960, undated

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811Jones County (Georgia),, 1864-1955, undated
2Johnston-Hood marker,, 1914-1954, undated
3General Joseph E. Johnston’s Review of Sherman’s Memoirs,, 1960
4Law enforcement – Atlanta, Georgia,, 1914-1935
5Lay, Bishop Henry C.,, 1932-1951, undated

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MSS OS box 5.60.2Leahey, Captain Michael, resolution regarding returns of sword to widow,, 1886
6Lee and Meade at Gettysburg (Pickett’s Charge),, 1957
7Lincoln, Abraham,, 1913-1969, undated
8Long, Crawford,, 1929-1957
9Longstreet, General James,, 1897-1962, undated
10Lost Colony of Roanoke (Dare Stones),, 1940-1941, undated
11Maps (with annotations),, 1937-1938
12Maps (partial), 1927-1961, undated
13Maps – Andersonville, Georgia – Camp Sumter,, undated
14Maps – Atlanta Campaign (copies),, 1937-1948, undated
15Maps (sketches) – City of Atlanta and vicinity,, 1938-1956, undated
16Maps – battlefields,, 1947-1964

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821Maps (with notes) – Civil War era,, 1932-1958, undated
2Maps – Great Locomotive Chase,, 1960
3Maps – Hanleiter’s Directory (copy),, 1870

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MSS OS box 2.297.2Maps – Southeastern United States, 1926 and North Boulevard Park (Atlanta, Georgia),, 1919
4McAdoo, Honorable William G.,, 1930-1947
5McDow House,, 1939-1949
6Meriwether County (Georgia),, 1953
7Meissonier, Jean Louis Ernest,, 1900-1961, undated

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831Mexican War,, undated
2Military organization – Georgia,, 1936-1944, undated
3Military symbolism,, 1939-1945, undated
4Military telegraph,, 1939, undated
5Milledgeville, Georgia,, 1919-1954, undated
6Mims, John,, 1930-1936
7Minutes of Fulton Inferior Court 1855,, 1936
8Miscellaneous,, 1864-1958
9Miscellaneous,, 1960-1979, undated
10Morgan County (Georgia),, undated
11Morgan, General John H.,, 1947, undated
12Murrel, John,, 1939
13Music,, 1900-1960, undated
14Native Americans,, 1934-1954, undated
15Native Americans – Georgia,, undated
16New Hope Church Battle,, 1933
17Notebook 18 (images) loose pages removed,, 1914-1933, undated
18Notebook – early Atlanta history,, undated

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MSS OS box 4.102Notebook 1 – primarily Andrews’ Raid material and notes,, 1905-1963, undated

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MSS OS box 4.102Notebook 2 – primarily Andrews’ Raid material and notes,, 1905-1934, undated

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MSS OS box 4.332.2Notebook 3 – primarily Andrews’ Raid material and notes,, 1891-1956, undated

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MSS OS box 4.332.1Notebook 4 – primarily Andrews’ Raid and Fuller family material and notes,, 1886-1966, undated

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MSS OS box 4.104Notebook 6 – primarily Kennesaw field notes, death and monument of W.H.T. Walker, and Cyclorama,, 1885-1956, undated

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MSS OS box 1.39Notebook 7 – primarily newspaper clippings pertaining to historic Atlanta and Atlanta Campaign and assorted correspondence,, 1888-1931

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MSS OS box 1.38Notebook 8 – primarily newspaper clippings pertaining to national and international topics,, 1931-1954

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MSS OS box 3.269Notebook 9 – index for notebooks 1 and 2, 1931-1952; field notes and Civil War narratives and transcripts, 1931-1952

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MSS OS box 2.45Notebook 10 – primarily Civil War notes and clippings, and family notes,, 1919-1965

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84Notebook 11 – primarily pertains to Atlanta events and individuals,, 1936-1965

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MSS OS box 3.269Notebook 12 – primarily notes pertaining to Civil War topics and Atlanta history,, 1919-1965
Notebook 13 – primarily pertains to national and international events and Civil War events; and specifications for the Atlanta Fulton County Jail,, 1907-1964
Notebook 14 – research material pertaining to cotton gin and press; diary Dr. E.P. Burton; railroad wrecks; and Civil War events, 5, 1935-1965

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MSS OS box 1.38Notebook 15 – blank

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MSS OS box 1.37Notebook 17 – blank

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MSS OS box 3.270Notebook 20 – primarily related to the Atlanta Campaign; Resaca bridges; and list of 1947-1947 field trips,, 1940-1961

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MSS OS box 3.270Notebook 21 – copy of Snell diary and research material pertaining to Atlanta Campaign,, 1932-1966

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MSS OS box 3.271Notebook 22 – research material primarily pertaining to Atlanta Campaign (primary and secondary materials),, 1936-1953

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MSS OS box 3.271Notebook 24 – partial diary by Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr., 1950 and miscellaneous newspaper clippings,, 1914-1954

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MSS OS box 3.272Notebook 25 – 20th Corps Resaca and early iron industry, Etowah River, Georgia,, 1929-1966

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MSS OS box 4.103Notebook 26 – Excepts from Official Record and unit histories,, 1952

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MSS OS box 4.103Notebook 27 – Historic buildings and events pertaining to Atlanta and Atlanta Campaign,, 1941-1960

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MSS OS box 4.103Notebook 28 – Battle of Peachtree Creek,, 1930-1955

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MSS OS box 3.272Notebook 29b – study of 14th Army Corp. monuments between the Confederacy evacuation of Kennesaw and crossing the Chattahoochee at Paces Ferry, July 3-20, 1864,, 1947-1964

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MSS OS box 4.105Notebook 30 – typewritten manuscript Battle of Ezra Church,, 1958

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MSS OS box 4.105Notebook 31 – handwritten manuscript Battle of Ezra Church and Pickett’s Mill ,, 1934

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MSS OS box 4.106Notebook 32 – 23rd Corps dispatches (annotated),, 1949-1950

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MSS OS box 4.106Notebook 33a – 23rd Corps dispatches (annotated),, 1949

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85Notebook 33b – research materials pertaining to Andrews’ Raid,, 1887-1965

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MSS OS box 4.107Notebook 34 – 23rd Corps dispatches (annotated) – Cox and Hascall’s route from Soap Creek to Peachtree Road,, 1952

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MSS OS box 4.107Notebook 35 – research material primarily pertaining to Crow Valley and the marches of the 20th and 23rd corps from Resaca to Cassville,, 1934-1946

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MSS OS box 4.108Notebook 36 – 20th Corps dispatches (annotated),, 1949-1959

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MSS OS box 4.108Notebook 37 – 14th Corps dispatches (annotated),, 1951

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MSS OS box 4.109Notebook 38 – 4th Corps dispatches (annotated),, 1952

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MSS OS box 4.109Notebook 39 – capture and removal of four Napoleon guns at Resaca (with sketches),, 1951

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MSS OS box 4.110Notebook 40 – manuscript, “Passage of the Chattahoochee by the Federal Army” (manuscript and notes),, 1936

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861Notes – miscellaneous,, 1903-1966, undated
2Oglethorpe College,, undated

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MSS OS box 5.8316Ordinance of Secession January 19, 1861 copy, 1861 January 19
3Origin of words,, undated
4Osbourne, Fanny Vandegrift,, 1963, undated
5Paint supplies and formulas,, 1910-1961, undated
6Paulding County (Georgia),, 1921-1963, undated
7Political figures,, undated
8Politics – Georgia,, 1928-1959, undated
9Post office – Atlanta,, 1937-1962, undated
10Quintard, Rev. C.T.,, 1931-1935
11Railroads,, 1867-1939
12Railroads,, 1940-1969, undated

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871Railroads – Georgia,, 1936, undated
2Railroads – Georgia – Southern Recorder – Col. Long’s Report,, undated
3Reconstruction – Georgia,, 1936-1959, undated
4Reenactments,, undated
5Resaca, Georgia,, undated
6Resources,, 1932
7Roosevelt, Franklin D. – historic sites,, 1933-1955, undated
8Roswell, Georgia,, 1932-1958, undated
9Russell, Irwin,, 1962-1964, undated
10Scott, Lorenzo Dow,, 1934

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MSS OS box 2.17.2Scrapbook – newspaper and magazine articles,, 1927-1950, undated
11Sherman Brigade,, 1938, undated
12Shiloh,, 1886-1931
13Shoal Creek Church,, 1958
14Siege of Atlanta – as told by James Bell to Wilbur G. Kurtz Sr., (execution of James Andrews), 1935
15Smith, Private James,, 1965, undated
16The Solomon House Plantation,, 1954
17Stage coaches,, 1921-1965, undated
18Standing Peachtree,, 1930, undated
19Stephens, Alexander,, 1913-1954, undated

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881Stone Church, Tennessee field trip,, 1935
2Stone Mountain,, 1926-1962, undated
3Stone Mountain – scenic railroad,, 1960-1962, undated
4Story of Land lot 77,, 1947, undated
5Street cars – Atlanta,1, 893-1964, undated
6Study examples – architectural,, 1899-1932, undated
7Study examples – automobiles,, undated
8Study examples – bridges,, 1935-1966
9Study examples – busts,, undated
10Study examples – cows,, undated
11Study examples – figures,, 1903-1963, undated
12Study examples – figures and landscape (bound ledger),, undated

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891Study examples – houses,, 1940-1966, undated
2Study examples – landscape,, undated
3Study examples – military uniforms,, 1899-1965, undated
4Study examples – mills,, 1939-1966, undated

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MSS OS box 2.414Study examples – miscellaneous,, 1892-1938, undated

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MSS OS box 2.410Study examples – miscellaneous,, 1893-1964, undated

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MSS OS box 2.409Study examples – miscellaneous,, undated
5Study examples – miscellaneous,, 1899-1962, undated
6Study examples – mules and horses,, 1909-1949
7Study examples – mules and horses,, 1950-1963, undated
8Study examples – oxen,, 1912-1964, undated
9Study examples – wagons and carriages,, 1927-1963, undated
10Surrender of Atlanta,, 1957

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901Talbot County (Georgia),, 1951
2Tara Plantation, Inc.,, 1959-1963, undated
3Telegraph – Atlanta,, 1962-1963
4Theater,, 1934-1961, undated
5Touchstone grave,, 1947
6Transcript – letter – Foster, E.H.,, 1814
7Troop positions,, 1931

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MSS OS box 2.338.112Troop locations and movement, 1957
8United States, Revolution War,, 1936-1962
9Vicksburg,, 1940-1963
10WAGA TV,, 1965
11Walker County (Georgia),, 1955, undated
12Walker Monument and Major Genl. W.H.T. Walker,, 1930-1955, undated
13Ward’s Battery at Breitenbucher,, 1958, undated
14Warm Springs, Georgia,, 1929-1978, undated

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MSS OS box 2.297.2Weaponry – Collier Weekly,, 1914
15Whitehall Tavern,, 1931
16Whitfield County (Georgia),, 1932-1955, undated
17Women and the Civil War,, 1939-1963, undated
18World War I,, 1919-1949, undated
19World War II,, 1938-1955, undated