Art patronage -- Georgia -- Atlanta
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
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 contains administrative records of the Atlanta Art Association and the High Museum of Art. This includes correspondence, meeting minutes, calendars, marketing materials, and date books. Of particular interest to researchers is information regarding the crash of Air France Flight 007 at Orly Airport, exhibit catalogs and news releases, and the constitution and bylaws of the Atlanta Art Association.
Dates: 1926-2012, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains many theater playbills from around the country, with the majority being from New York, New York, and Atlanta, Georgia. Also included in the collection is business, financial, and personal correspondence regarding various organizations with which she was involved. In addition, there are newspaper clippings and schedules of performances of artists in Atlanta (opera, violin, etc.) from 1918 to 1921.
Dates: 1918-1967, undated
Scope and Content The collection contains one report titled The Feasibility of United Arts Fund Raising in Metropolitan Atlanta. The study was initiated by the Metro Atlanta Arts Fund, Inc. and funded by a grant from the emergency fund of the governor of Georgia, George Busbee. The report recommended a united funding approach separate from the Atlanta Arts Alliance (which included the Alliance Theatre, the Atlanta College of Art, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and the High...