Real estate agents -- Georgia -- Atlanta
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection contains one bound volume. Inside are two letters to Miss Ruth Blair, the Executive Secretary of the Atlanta Historical Society, dated March 11, 1938 and March 18, 1938, both from Fitzhugh Knox, Sr. Also included is a short manuscript titled “My Reminiscences From 1883”. The first part of the manuscript is a memoir which mentions many prominent citizens, such as Joel Chandler Harris, Carroll Payne, and Henry W. Grady; businesses, like the Merchants Bank of Atlanta, J. Regenstein...
Scope and Content This collection consists of one printed item with the title "To the Land Owners of Georgia" by G.W. Adair, an Atlanta real estate agent. The article points out that natural resources, agricultural production and railroads were reasons why people should come to Georgia and live and why Georgians should welcome these Europeans and Northerners.
Scope and Content This collection consists of papers related to Henry Burr Green's life and family. Documents related to his military service and real estate career comprise the largest portion of the collection. The papers cover multiple facets of Green's life including his long-term involvement in the Presbyterian Church, his membership in multiple fraternities while attending Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University), and his extensive involvement with the real estate community (1946-1987). Due to...
Scope and Content This collection contains photographs of Lethea Turman Lochridge's friends and family, including her father, S.B. Turman. Of special note are photographs from the 1911 Southern International Poultry Show in Athens, Georgia, where Lethea and her siblings won an award, as well as a photograph of her Girls High School graduating class. This collection also includes a photograph taken by Edwin Lochridge Sr. of Charles and Mary Tway's residence on 212 15th Street, which neighbored the Lochridge home.
Dates: Approximately 1868-1917, undated
Scope and Content This collection consists of a letter and account statement from John J. Woodside, a rental agent. The letter is from John J. Woodside to R. B. Blackburn, dated August 18, 1899, and pertains to the account balance of Mrs. Mary J. Blackburn’s rental properties. The account statement for Mrs. Blackburn’s properties in Atlanta lists the tenants, property addresses at 196 North Butler Street and 53 First Street, monthly rates and amounts paid for August and September 1899.