Georgia -- Newspapers
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains Atlanta Chamber of Commerce publications, building sales proposals, development proposals, a Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) proposal, an airline guide, some schedules for the arts, and correspondence.
This collection is primarily comprised of scrapbooks that contain columns written by Jack Spalding as editor of The Atlanta Journal.
This collection contains Atlanta counter-culture, satirical zines collected by James Brant that document protests against the Vietnam War. Zines include The Grope, The Atlanta Urinal and Atlanta Constipation, and A Winews Letter. The collection also includes event flyers, a pamphlet, and a poster about Vietnam War protest efforts.
This collection contains papers from Mary Shindelbower's college years and teaching career. Included are newspapers from and about the Georgia State College for Women, college handbooks, newspapers from other schools, pamphlets from teacher conferences, teacher handbooks, teacher forms, church programs, World War II ration books, and newspaper clippings.
This collection contains correspondence, itineraries, eyewitness newspaper and periodical accounts, and other items relating to the disaster and subsequent events.
This collection consists of one scrapbook containing newspaper clippings regarding Atlanta, Georgia's social growth, and the South's transformation after the Civil War.