Atlanta (Ga.) -- Social life and customs
Found in 82 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains a family scrapbook with photocopies of a diary kept by Nancy Ann Holt Adams from 1895-1898 documenting family life, the weather, and the death of her first child. It also includes newspaper articles about the family, certificates, photographs, and genealogical information about the Adams family.
This collection consists of correspondence, an invitation to the Capital City Club, a program for a St. Patrick's Day event, a comedy bill, and a poem disparaging of equal rights for women.
This collection is a scrapbook that contains newspaper clippings pertaining to local and national events.
This collection is comprised of a guest book used in the King family's home for parties, correspondence, and a speech.
These files contain many of the letters E.W.S. Neff wrote his son, Alfred. These letters provide insight into life in the 1800's as well as amusing stories about Mr. Neff's adventures "on the job."
This collection contains a scrapbook of Almeda Askerooth who graduated from Commercial High School in Atlanta, Georgia. There are images of her as well as her teachers and friends. Also included are a few items pertaining to World War I.
This collection consists of meeting minutes and scrapbooks, which contain newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, and yearbooks.
This collection contains correspondence among the society's members, membership lists, biographies of some members, financial records, newspaper clippings, early recollections of Atlanta, and a scrapbook.
This collection consists of two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings documenting the debutante season, social events, and marriages between members of Atlanta society.
These records consist of scrapbooks and yearbooks.
This collection contains invitations sent by Georgia governor William Y. Atkinson and by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thompson during the Cotton States and International Exposition. The collection also contains newspaper clippings on the entertaining during the Exposition and on the death of B. W. Wrenn in New York City.
This collection consists of scrapbooks compiled by Mrs. Arrowood. The scrapbooks consist of pamphlets, newspaper clippings, letters, photographs, and notes made by Mrs. Arrowood.
This collection consists of portrait images of Blanchard family members, including Waid Hill Blanchard; Martha Lane Hill; Mary Anne Hill; Moses C. Blanchard; and Mary Blanchard.
This collection contains an autograph book titled "Chap Record" that includes names and addresses of approximately thirty friends and acquaintances of Bright Bickerstaff West, mostly Inman Park residents including Asa Candler and Joel Hurt.
This collection contains newspaper clippings, periodicals, recipe booklets, and academic certificates.
This collection contains a diary of Carrie Ellett Roy of Atlanta, Georgia, the wife of Dr. Dunbar Roy, an Atlanta physician specializing in care of the ear, nose, and throat. Mrs. Roy was born in Richmond, Virginia, and was the daughter of T. H. and Fanny Green Ellett. The diary contains entries regarding dinner and other social engagements and mentions such organizations as the Piedmont Driving Club, Druid Hills Club, Capital City Club, and the 19th Century History Class.
This collection is comprised of a single scrapbook that contains newspaper clippings pertaining primarily to social and entertainment events.
This collection consists of two scrapbooks that primarily contain newspaper clippings. The newspaper clippings primarily pertain to Carrie R. Herreshoff and the Herreshoff family as well as a column titled "Historic Homes" by Pat Jones. They also contains a few photographs and invitations.