Hotels -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- Employees
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content The collection of photographs consists of images documenting the life of William R. Evans and Alva C. Evans’ family in Atlanta. The images include portrait photographs of their family and friends; however, most of the images are studio portraits of unidentified people. Twelve photographs include William and Alva Evans at their family home, work, and in studio portraits. Also included is a small scrapbook with unidentified photographs. Most of the images in the scrapbook are of Alva Evans, one...
Dates: approximately 1920-1970, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains three manuscripts: "Arrogant Atlanta" retells a British newspaper account of a visit to Atlanta around 1880; "Atlanta's Heart" discusses the building of the Georgia Railroad Depot in 1864 and the activities of the Beethoven Society which was located in the building; and "David Howard" a profile of a former enslaved man and his entrepreneurial activities in post-bellum Atlanta.
Dates: approximately 1935
Scope and Content This collection contains one guest register book and two time books. The guest register book, titled "Information Book & Transient Guests Index," is arranged alphabetically by the last name of the guest and includes room number, arrival date, departure date, and account number. The time books include the names of the employees, days worked and absent, total time worked in days, advances and deductions, and balance due.