Junior League of Atlanta
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content The collection contains original tapes and transcripts of six interviews.
Scope and Content The clippings, correspondence, programs, and articles in this collections, pertain primarily to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the Atlanta Symphony Guild, and secondarily with the Atlanta Music Club and the Atlanta Junior League. Of particular note is a signed proclamation by Mayor William B. Hartsfield that declared September, 6-13, 1954, Atlanta Symphony Week, the script of the orchestra’s tenth anniversary radio program, (which includes a history of the group), and several articles...
Dates: 1938-1956, undated
Scope and Content This collection is comprised of the records of the Junior League of Atlanta. Included in the collection are scrapbooks, yearbooks, minutes, and annual reports as well as programs from events sponsored by the League. Of particular interest is the program from the Gone With the Wind Ball and scrapbook.
Scope and Content The collection, in its original format, is a single reel of 8mm black and white acetate film. The film captures three separate events in the Atlanta area: Lucky Teter performing automobile stunts at Lakewood Speedway; landings and takeoffs at Candler Field; and a portion of the Gone With the Wind premiere celebrations. The first four and a half minutes of the film documents a portion of the Lucky Teter performance at Lakewood Speedway. This segment captures...
Scope and Content The collection, in its original format, is a single reel of spliced 16mm black and white, and color film shot by Russell Bellman during the festivities and premiere of Gone With the Wind. The beginning of the footage captures the Atlanta Junior League Ball at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium and was shot in black and white and color. Bellman shot the black and white portion from an elevated position panning the auditorium grandstands and floor area. The color...
Scope and Content This collection contains genealogy records, letters, programs, and newspaper clippings about the Bridges family, primarily Samuel Russell, Jr. Included are the military papers of Samuel Russell Bridges from World War II. Of particular note is Mrs. Bridges' guest book which was signed by President Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924).
Dates: 1907-1991, undated
Scope and Content The collection, in its original format, is a single reel of 16mm black and white acetate film shot by William J. Folsom during the premiere events for Gone With the Wind. The majority of the film was shot at a ball hosted by the Atlanta Junior League at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium in downtown Atlanta. There are many close-up shots of principal actors from the film including Olivia De Havilland, Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Ona Munson, and Laura Hope Crews....