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Rotary Club (Atlanta, Ga.)

 Organization

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Allen family papers

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.MSS1014
Scope and Content This collection contains newspaper clippings, correspondence, awards and ceremony programs, and scrapbooks collected by the Allen family. The bulk of the collection pertains to Ivan Allen, Sr. and Ivan Allen, Jr.'s business, civic, and political affairs. Ivan Allen, Sr.'s state senate campaign and election, and Ivan Allen, Jr.'s mayoral campaign and election, and both father and son's work with various charities and civic minded associations are included. Of note are the numerous scrapbooks...
Dates: 1899-2004, undated

Chester C. Covey papers

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.MSS449
Scope and Content This collection contains biographies written by Chester C. Covey for the Rotary Club magazine.
Dates: undated

Rotary Club of Atlanta records

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.MSS410
Scope and Content This collection contains club yearbooks, organizational histories, and programs.
Dates: 1922-1974, undated

Sheffield Hale visual arts materials

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS381
Scope and Content This collection contains 80 photographs of Sheffield Hale's childhood home at 61 Brighton Road NE, Atlanta, Georgia, in the Brookwood Hills neighborhood. The photographs document the fire that destroyed the home as well as its reconstruction. Also included in the collection are family photos. The collection contains a video about the Rotary Club of Atlanta and their 100th anniversary celebration. Interviewees include Howell Adams; Paula Lawton Bevington; Jim Laney; Wilton Looney; Charlie...
Dates: 1898-2013, undated

Thomas Gibson papers

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.MSS1185
Scope and Content The collection contains records from the Atlanta Historical Society, the Rotary Club of Atlanta, and the Yaarab Temple of Atlanta. Items include biographies of Presidents Thomas Jefferson and Warren Harding, a short story titled "The Poppies of Wu Fong," and newspaper clippings, mostly about Ruth Blair (1889-1974) being named as Woman of the Year in 1956.
Dates: 1914-1967, undated