|Repository:||Atlanta History Center|
|Creator:||Clayton, Kathleen A.|
|Title:||Kathleen A. Clayton Papers|
|Quantity:||0.42 linear ft.|
|Quantity:||Extent: .42 linear ft. (1 document case)|
Kathleen Askew Clayton attended Joseph E. Brown Junior High School and Girls High School in Atlanta during the late 1920s to mid 1930s. She graduated from high school in 1935. Additional biographical information about Kathleen A. Clayton has yet to be determined.
The Kathleen A. Clayton papers, bulk 1930-1935, consist of school newspapers and albums of assembled invitations, newspapers clippings, postcards, programs, and ticket stubs primarily related to Joseph E. Brown Junior High School and Girls High School in Atlanta. Performances and events at Agnes Scott College and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church also are documented from the same time period. Other materials in the collection include a 1953 broadside, “The Lord’s Prayer,” and a souvenir card containing dried flowers from the caisson of Jefferson Davis, 1893.
Folders are arranged alphabetically.
Kathleen A Clayton Papers, MSS 220, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center
Gift of Kathleen A. Clayton, May 1977 (1977.171)
Collection reprocessed in 2008
Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. All requests to publish, quote, or reproduce must be submitted through the Kenan Research Center.
|1||1||Broadside, “The Lord’s Prayer,”, 1953|
|2||The Girls High Times, volume 10, number 6, 1935|
|3||Joe Times, bound copies, 1930-1931|
|4||Joe Times, volume 8, number 32, 1931|
|5||Memory book, 1930-1933|
|6||Memory book, 1934-1935|
|Souvenir card and dried flowers from caisson of Jefferson Davis, 1893|