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Avary, Robert Lee
|Title: ||Robert Lee Avary papers|
2.0 linear ft.
(3 document cases, 2 oversize boxes)
Robert Lee Avary was born in DeKalb County to Dr. James Corbin Avary and Susan Frances Carr Avary. He was educated at Decatur Academy, Neel's Military Academy, Emory College, and Atlanta Law School. In 1900 he married Janie Stephens and had two children; Robert Lee Avary, Jr., and Stephens Archer Avary. As well as being a lawyer, Robert Lee Avary was also a public speaker and worked in the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of business papers, Methodist church papers, political papers, family records, and materials relating to Confederate veterans.
Robert Lee Avary papers, MSS 16, Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use
Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. All requests to publish, quote, or reproduce must be submitted through the Kenan Research Center.
|1||1||Business papers, 1908-1933|
|2||Invitations and programs, 1902-1948|
|3||Newspaper clippings, 1904-1958|
|5||Methodist Church, Covenant Presbyterian Church, undated|
|7||Report of Henry C. Peebles, auditor in the matter of L.C. Wise, et al vs. Stephane A. Ryan, approximately 1892|
|8||Confederate veterans material, 1903-1912|
|9||Elections and political parties, 1921-1944|
|2||1||Blueprints for pulverizer roller, 1913|
|2||Prescription book for Avary's drug store, undated|
|3||Drug store cash book, 1890-1891|
|4||Drug store account book, 1906-1908|
|3||1||Alphabetical list of Atlanta lawyers; lawyers office docket, 1899-1907|
|2||Account book of Dr. Thomas Carr Avary, 1900-1901|
|4||M. B. Avary's car books, railroad conductor's record books, 1881|
|MSS OS box 3.3||Ledger book, accounts, Avary & Bratton Drugs; Dues, Citizen's Loan & Building Company, 1887, 1896-1898|
|FF 325||Official Independent Ticket, Election, 1908|