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Gossett, Bertha, 1891-1982
|Title: ||Bertha Gossett papers|
|Dates: ||1935-1985, undated|
0.834 linear ft.
(two document cases)
Bertha Gossett (1891-1982) was widowed in 1934. Her husband was a Spanish-American veteran. She became active in patriotic societies and was a member of the Spanish-American War Veterans Auxillary, Navy Mothers Club, Daughters of America among others. Additional biographical information about Bertha Gossett has not been determined.
Scope and Content Note
This collection is consists of reports, programs, correspondence, invitations, and periodicals from a variety of patriotic organizations.
Bertha Gossett papers, MSS 421, Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center.
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|1||1||Biography - Bertha Gossett, undated|
|2||Publication - "Daughters of America Magazine", 1957-1972|
|3||Officers and committees - Daughters of American - State Council of Georgia, 1950-1962|
|4||Invitations - Daughters of America, 1956-1969|
|5||Correspondence - Daughters of America, 1954-1969|
|6||Programs - Daughters of America - National Council, 1958-1970|
|7||Programs - Daughters of America - State Council of Georgia, 1956-1970|
|8||Programs - Daughters of America - Junior Order United American Mechanics - Memorial services, 1935-1959|
|9||Report - Veterans of Foreign Wars - Ladies Auxillary - officers and chairman, 1962|
|10||Membership list - Veterans of Foreign Wars - Marcus W. Beck Auxiliary to Post 3027, undated|
|11||Programs - Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1959-1962|
|12||Ledger book - Veterans of Foreign Wars - Marcus W. Beck, Jr. Auxiliary Post 3027, 1959-1962|
|13||Correspondence - Veterans of Foreign Wars, undated|
|14||Miscellaneous - Veterans of Foreign Wars, undated|
|15||Programs - National Memorial Day exercises, 1942-1985|
|16||Correspondence - AMVETS Auxiliary Post 3, undated|
|17||Spanish-American War Veterans Auxiliary, undated|
|18||I.O.O.F. - Rebekah Lodges of Georgia, undated|
|19||Navy Mothers Club of Georgia, undated|
|20||Program - American Legion-Veterans Day Activities, 1967|
|21||Program - B.P.O. Elks-Atlanta Lodge 78 - Flag Day, 1942|
|22||Publication - Pnew-Mo-News VA Hospital, Atlanta Georgia Volume 10, undated|
|23||Victory Club, 1963-1966|
|24||Veterans Administration - Silver Anniversary, 1955|
|25||Leitzsey-Croom Dance Studio, 1949-1951|
|26||Miss Atlanta Show, undated|
|27||Parade Order - Armed Forces, 1953|
|28||Newspaper clippings, undated|
|30||Publication - "Forget Me Not" Disabled American Vets Auxiliary, Volume X No.I, undated|
|2||1||Reports - Daughters of America, State Council of Georgia, 1950-1959|
|2||Reports - Daughters of America, State Council of Georgia, 1960-1961|
|3||Reports - Daughters of America, State Council of Georgia, 1967-1972|
|4||Reports - Daughters of America, State Council of Georgia, 1960-1970|