Gardening -- Societies, etc.
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of minutes, financial papers, and scrapbooks that document the social and civic activities of the club. Minutes include reports and membership information. Scrapbooks provide further detail on the club's programs, civic projects, as well as flower shows both hosted and attended.
This collection contains the records of the Avondale Estates Garden Club from 1931 to 2011. The collection chiefly consists of the Club's scrapbooks from 1944-1999. Also included is a yearbook from 2011 and a history of the Club from 1972. These materials document the Club's civic and social activities as well as special projects.
This collection contains minutes, reports, yearbooks, and correspondence that document the civic and social activities of the club. Minutes also include membership and financial reports. Scrapbooks detail the club's programs, flower shows, and civic projects. Three of the scrapbooks are devoted to the club's restoration of Brookwood Hills Park in the 1970s.
This collection contains correspondence, rosters, minutes, membership, and financial records of the club. Also included is the club's monthly newsletter, The Good Earth Boys, which highlights their activities. Material also documents the club's operation of three successive greenhouses.
This collection contains materials that document the social and civic activities of the club. Two scrapbooks highlight flower shows the club hosted and participated in, including the Junior Flower Show Association's 1949 show, Around the World with Fashions and Flowers.
This collection contains one scrapbook that documents the club's civic and social activities. Included in the scrapbook are correspondence, clippings, photos, programs, and yearbooks that provide details on the meetings, flower shows, and civic work of the club.
This collection contains minutes, reports, clippings, and yearbooks that document the civic and social activities of the club. Also a part of the collection are scrapbooks that provide more detail of the club's projects, programs, and flower shows. Two of the scrapbooks contain personal photos and awards of club member and avid dahlia grower, Mrs. Olive R. Uhl. One scrapbook focuses on the installation of an illuminated fountain in the garden of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home.
The collection contains original tapes and transcripts of six interviews.
This collection contains the bridal book of Dessa Barnette McElroy; scrapbook from the Azalea Garden Club which includes minutes, newspaper clippings, prize ribbons, reports, birthday cards, poems, pamphlets on Ida Cason Gardens, and a booklet on the Little White House, in Warm Springs, Georgia.
This collection consists of histories, minutes and yearbooks that document the club's civic and social activities. The collection also includes scrapbooks which further document the club's interests and special projects, as well as activities of members such as Marie S. Nicholson and Francis King.
This collection contains minutes, yearbooks, and scrapbooks that document the social and civic history of the club. Minutes include financial and presidential reports. Scrapbooks provide further detail about the club's flower show participation as well as programs and civic work. Much of the material highlights the garden club activities and speaking engagements of Mrs. Isabelle L. Spearman, one of the club's founding members and past president of the Georgia Daffodil Society.
This collection contains reports written by graduate fellows that document a variety of historic sites across Virginia. Reports include a history of the site, research documentation, landscape details, and site plans. Sites include houses, plantations, parks, farms, and other historic properties. Many reports include historic photographs, maps, sketches, and landscape drawings.
This collection contains scrapbooks that highlight the civic and social activities of the club. The scrapbooks include photos, awards, correspondence, and reports. A large amount of material is dedicated to the club's civic project of landscaping and supporting the A. G. Rhodes Home for Incurables. One scrapbook is devoted to the Junior Flower Show Association activities of which the club was a member.
This collection contains materials including personal and business histories, details of civic and cultural organizations, and scrapbooks. A typescript copy of The Southern Garden is a part of this collection as well as a scrapbook that provides insight into the growth and development of the city of the Atlanta. A scrapbook created by Louise Hastings includes information on The Garden Club of Georgia, Inc. as well as other gardening clubs and societies.
This collection contains scrapbooks, yearbooks and minutes which document the club's social and civic activities. Also part of the collection are landscape plans for the Orchard Terrace of the Thornton House project. Several scrapbooks focus on the Iris Garden and Woodland Glen that the club created in Winn Park of the Ansley Park neighborhood.
This collection contains three scrapbooks that provide details of the social activities and flower shows of the association.