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Georgia Library Association (GLA) Records

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Contains COMO 2003 materials, membership flyersm GLQ magazine, Executive board minutes 1993, 2000, 2006-2007, and tax exemption information.

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Cassette Tapes, Microfilm, Pictures,

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GLA Records

GLA Awards

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Miscellaneous Papers

GLA Papers

Georgia Library Association

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Financials

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COMO Records 1994-2008 (1998 missing)

GLA Files - assorted

GLA Photos

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Georgia Library Association (Electronic Records)

Georgia Library Association Floppy Disk Migration

Georgia Library Association, 2010 -

GLA-List Serve

GA COMO Miscellaneous Finacial Records

Posters

Georgia Library Quarterly



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Title: Georgia Library Association (GLA) RecordsAdd to your cart.

ID: MS/595

Extent: 78.0 Boxes

Date Acquired: 08/08/2005

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Georgia Library Association traces its history back to the Georgia Library Club in 1897.  This is the largest library association and the oldest.  Its activities are documented here. This collection contains materials dating from 1897 to present day. These materials cover a range of Georgia Library Association topics including: financial records, associational policies, committee meeting minutes, general reports and correspondece, conferences, as well as GLA project information. The Georgia Library Quarterly is also included in this collection.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Source: Jack Fisher and Guy Frost

Acquisition Method: Signed Deed of Gift by Jack Fisher (GLA Archivist) and Guy Frost turning the records over to VSU Archives.  Archives had been turned over by Emory University Prior to this, but Deed of Gift was with Fisher.

Appraisal Information: A folder in the Director's office contains the deed of gift, inventory files from Emory University, and Accession Records from Emory University.


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[Electronic Records 01: Georgia Library Association (Electronic Records), 2005-2010],
[Electronic Records 02: Georgia Library Association Floppy Disk Migration, 1995-1998],
[Electronic Records 3: Georgia Library Association, 2010 -, 2010 -],
[Folder 1: GLA-List Serve, 01/01/02-08/30/02],
[Folder 8: GA COMO Miscellaneous Finacial Records, 1995-1996],
[Item 1: Posters],
[Series 1: Georgia Library Quarterly, 1985-2011],
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Folder 1: Adult Education, 03/08-09/1944, 1949Add to your cart.
1. Blue Booklet- Training Needs of Librarians Doing Adult Education Work 2. Georgia Library Association Report of The Committee on Adult Education 3. Knowing Communities And Working With Groups-Georgia Library Association Adult Education Committee 1949 4. Adult Education And Community Relations Report of the Committee 03/08-09/1944 5. II.Questionaire On Adult Education In Georgia College And University Section
Folder 2: Audit Committee, 04/03/74-04/20/74Add to your cart.
1.(Letter) Ann W. Morton-Executive Secretary to Miss Lila Rice-Chairman Audit Committee: The Executive Board approved the following recommendation of the Audit Committee and the Budget Committee and authorized your committee to take immediate action  04/20/74 2.(Letter) Mary Louise Rhey-President, GLA to Miss Lila Rice-Chairman Auditing Committee: The following people on the committee: Mr.Paul Porterfield-Altanta Public Library Miss Ethelyn Purdie-Central Park School Mrs. Ann Morton-Executive Secretary 04/03/74
Folder 3: Audit Committee, 01/01/56-12/17/71Add to your cart.
1.(Letter) Hal to Margaret: Enclosed Suggestions to help our next treasurer, Georgia Library Association Audit of GLA Accounts  12/17/71 2. Report of the Auditing Committee 01/08-09/70 3.(Letter) Margaret Kerr-President-elect to Mrs. Helen Fatting-Resource Librarian-Area 5: Approach a new biennium for GLA, beginning to think of committee appointments 10/12/1971 4.(Letter) Report Of Auditing Committee 01/08-09/1970 5.(Letter) The Auditing Committee- Inasmuch as by-laws require that books be audited within 60days folllowing the biennnial conference 6.(Letter) The books and finanical recover of the GLA the bienniuum 1966-67 7.Reporting Of The Committee of GLA 01/08-09/1970 8.The Auditing Committee- Inasmuch as the by-laws that the books be audited with 60 days following the biennial conference, 9.The Auditing Committee- The books and financial records of the Georgia Library Associations biennium 1966-67 have been audited and found to be in order until the following exception. 10. Executive Board Meeting Georgia Library Assoication at Sheraton, Balitmore 11/01/1969 11.Georgia Library Association Exhibitors Jekyll Island Conference 10/1-4/1967 12.Georgia Institutional And Special Libraries 11/14/1966 13.Junior College, Senior College, and University Libraries-Georgia 11/14/96 14.Armed Forces and Veterans Administration Libraries in Georgia 11/14/96 15.Georgia Public Libraries Regional (Mult-County) Libaries 12/14/1967 16.List of Contributors and Total Contributors: $1,270.00 17.A copy of the books of the Treasurer of the Georgia Library Association during 1964 and 1965 and the copy of the audit is placed on file with the Secretary of the Association From Betty Hawkins and Emily Payne to Walter T. Johnston-President 11/04/1965 18.(Letter) Mrs. Betty Hawkins to Mr. Lee Trimble-Director Dalton Regional Library: Enclosed is the audit of your books as Treasurer of the Georgia Library Association for the calendar year 1964. 02/08/65 19.(Letter) Mrs. Betty Hawkins to Mr. Walter T. Johnston-President: Enclosed is a copy of the audit of the Receipts and Disbursements of the Georgia Library Association. 02/05/65 20.(Letter) From Mrs. A.B. Smith, Mrs. J. L. Henderson, Frances Nunn-Chairman-Auditing Committee: The report was checked against bank statements and cancelled checks and was found to be complete and accurate. 11/07/57
Folder 4: Budget, 01/01/63-12/31/80Add to your cart.
1.(Manila Folder) GLA Budget 1967-1971 2.Georgia Library Association Report of the Budget Committee to the Executive Board, January 1996. 3.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget 1966-67 4.(Memo) W. P. Kellom to Members of the GLA Executive Board: Recall that a Budget Committee was appointed at our meeting last January. 04/13/56 5.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget 1956 6.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget-FY 1976-Amended. Oct. 1,1976 7.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget- 1973 Conference 8.(Letter) Ann W. Morton-Excutive Secretary to Mr. Frank R. Lewis, Librarian: Copies of the budget for the year 1972 are missing from the Archival file. 06/25/1980 9.(Memo) Ann W. Morton to David E. Estes: Enclosed are copies of the GLA Budget for 1968-1980  06/25/80 10.Handwritten notes written by Walter Johnston from a Budget Committee Meeting. 11.Georgia Library Assciation- Proposed Budget 1956 12.(Memo) W.P. Kellum-President GLA to GLA Executive Board: Budget Comitte has prepared the enclosed tentative buget for 1957. Sending copy for examination 10/29/57, (Letter) From Tommie Dora Barker to Mr. Wm Porter Kellam-President GLA: Theo Hotch and she approves the proposed budget 10/02/57, Georgia Library Association-Tentative Budget, 1957, Georgia Library Assciation-Proposed Budget, 1956, Georgia Library Association-Tentative Budget, 1957 13.Report of the Budget Committee-Georgia Library Association 11/7/57 14.Georgia Library Association-Tentative Budget,1957 15.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget-1956 16.Proposed GLA Budget-1958 17.Report of the Budget Committee GLA 11/10/59 18.Georgia Library Association-Tentative Budget-1959 19.Proposed GLA Budget-1960 20.Proposed GLA Budget-1962 21.GLA Registations 10/16-19/63 in Jekyll Island, Georgia 22.Budget Committee Binennial Report: 1963-65 23.GLA Budget- January-December 1963 24.GLA Report of Treasurer 01/01/63 25.Working Budget: 1964 and 1965 26.Report of the Budget Committee For the Biennium 1965-67-GLA 27.GLA-Report of the Budget Committee to the Executive Board, January 1966 28.GLA-Report of the Budget Committee to the Executive Board, January 1966 29.Georgia Library Association-Report of the Budget Committee, Proposed Budget 1966-67, Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget 1967 Biennial Conference Budget, Proposed Conference Budget Notes 30.Georgia Library Association-Proposed 1967 Biennial Conference Budget 1966-67 31.Georgia Library Association-Report of the Budget Committee to the Executive Board 01/05/68, Georgia Library Association Proposed Budget 1967-1969 32.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget 1968-1969 33.(Letter) Jean D. Cochran-President to Members of the Executive Board: Use of SELA Equipment and Conference Budget 04/04/69 34.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget 1967-1969 35.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget 1970-1971  01/09/70 36.(Memo) Ann W. Morton to David Estes: Copy of the 1972 GLA Budget  07/07/80 37.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget for 1972-1973  01/03/72 38.Georgia Library Association-Budget 1973 39.Budget 1974 40.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget-FY 1975 41.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget-FY 1976 42.Georgia Library Association-Proposed Budget-FY 1977 43.Georgia Library Association-Budget 1978 and 1979 44.(Letter) Ray Rowland to Mrs. Ann W. Morton: Enclosed is the corrected copy of the GLA 1979 Budget and the Conference 1979 Budget  01/22/79 45.Appendix IV-GLA Proposed Budget 1980 46.Georgia Library Association-Report of the Budget Committee to the Executive Board  01/05/68 47.Georgia Library Association-Financial Statement 01/01/68-01/03/69 48.Georgia Library Association-Allocations and Expenditures for 1968 and 1969
Folder 5: Children & Youth, 01/01/53-12/31/71Add to your cart.
1.Report From GLA Representatives To Georgia Commitiee on Children and Youth 1970-1971 2.(Letter) Sammie S. Lackey to David Estes: Mailing five copies of our report to Mrs. Morton and enclosing one copy for your files. 10/06/71 3.Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 11/28/71 4.(Letter) Vi to David: Request that member organization help GCCY to secure federal funds on a matching fund basis  10/03/71 5.(Letter) Margarent B. Kerr to Vi Patrick: at the Executive Board meeting on Friday, Jan. 19, faced the prospect of operating for another year on a deficit budget.  01/25/73 6.Report from GLA Representatives to Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 1970-1971 7.(Letter) Josephine Martin to Mrs. Vi Patrick: the contribution of $100.00 to Special Project for children and youth  11/10/71 8.(Letter) Sammie to David: talk with Jean and she seemed to think the recommondation I had made about the length of terms of delegated to the Georgia Committee  09/25/71 9.(Letter) Sammie Lackey to David Estes: Volunteering the enclosed notice of dues for the Georgia Committee on Children and Youth  02/19/71 10. (Letter) Sammie to David Estes: Ask Via to represent SLA at the Executive Board meeting of the Georgia Committee 06/05/1970 11.(Letter) Edna S. Tolbert-Tresurer to Georgia Library Association: to acknowledge receipt of your check in the amount of $10.00 for membership to The Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 03/17/70 12.(Letter) Sammie Lackey to David Estes: Received your announcement of plans for the SLA workshop  03/12/70 13.(Letter) David E. Estes to Sammie Lackey: Delighted that Sammie agreed to represent GLA on the Georgia Committee for Children and Youth 01/22/70, (Letter) Sammie Lackey to David Estes: Was honor to help represent GlA on the Georgia Committee for Children and Youth 01/20/70 14 A piece of paper with Mrs. Sammie Lackey and Mrs. Vi Patrick name written on it 15.A handwritten note written to David on a blue paper 16.Report from GLA Representatives to Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 17.Reports on Meeting of Georgia Committee on Children and Youth, 1968 18.GLA Representatives: Miss Martha Parker and Miss Frances Reese, Report on Meeting of Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 1968, (Memo) Jean Cochran to Chairman of GLA Committees: Committee Reports,(Letter) Jean Cochran to Miss Frances Rees: sending the complete write-up of the meeting of Georgia Committee on Children and Youth and for attending and representing GLA  05/16/68, (Memo) Frances Ress to Jean Cochran and Martha Parker: Meeting of Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 04/29/68, Meeting of Georgia Committee of Children and Youth in Macon, Gerogia, reported by Miss Frances Rees March 27-28, (Letter) Frances Rees to Jean Cochran: Thanking Jean for the note about the GLA Workshop and she will be attending the meeting of the Georgia Committee on Children and Youth in Macon on March 27 and 28  03/07/68, (Letter) Jean Cochran to Miss Frances: Planning a GLA Workshop for committees and sections of GLA 03/05/68, (Letter) Jean D. Cochran to Miss Frances Reese: Jean appreciate Miss Reese accepting the appointment as chairman of the two member "committee", GLA Representatives to the Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 02/01/68, (Invitation) To attend the Annual Meeting of the Georgia Committee on Children and Youth, (Letter) Frances Rees to Martha Parker: Jean Cochran told me that Martha will be serving as GLA representatives to Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 02/05/68,(Letter) Frances Rees to Miss Dorothea Goodloe: Jean Cochran has asked me to serve as chairman of the GLA representatives committee to the Georgia Committee on Children and Youth for this term 02/05/68, (Letter) Jean Cochran to Miss Fances Reese: Asking Miss Cochran to serve as one of the GLA Representatives to Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 12/21/67, (Letter) Martha Parker to Miss Jean Cochran: Ms. Parker happy and is will be glad to serve as a GLA Representative to the Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 12/27/67, (Letter) Jean Cochan to Martha Parker: asking Martha to serve as one of the two GLA Representatives to the Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 12/21/67 19.Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 1966 Conference 20.Report from GLA Representatives to Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 21.(Form) Enroll the GLA Offical Representatives for 1966 22. Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 03/03/66 23.(Memo) Florrie Still to Agencies, Organizations, and Individual Members: The Georgia Committee on Children and Youth will hold a Work Conference on Wednesday, December 1, 1965 24.(Report) The Georgia Committee on Children and Youth held its 17th annual meeting at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education on April 14-15,1965 25.(Report) The 16th Annual Meeting of the Georgia Committee on Children and Youth was held at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education, April 21-22, 1964 26.(Report) GLA Representatives To Georgia Committee on Children and Youth 27 A Special Report on Children and Youth in Georgia-By John N. Gregg  04/1964 28.(Minutes)Governor's Committee on Children and Youth at Atlanta Public Library 09/14/53 29.(Minutes)Governor's Committee on Children and Youth at Carnegie Library, Atlanta 01/19/53 30.(Memo) Mrs. Ralph Hobbs-Chairman to Members, Governor's Committee on Children Youth: the next meeting of the Governor's Committee on Children and Youth will be held in Macon at Y.W.C.A. 31.Georgia Committee on Children and Youth-Report of Annual Meeting-From Joseph F. Hass-Chairman 32.Proposed Statement in regard to books and magazines now on sale in many Georgia communites
Folder 6: Georgia Citizens Library Committee, 01/01/46-12/31/65Add to your cart.
1.Federal Relations: Mrs. Margaret Kerr, Mrs. Baker Farrer, Miss Theodosia Hotch, Mr. John Hall Jacobs, Miss Cornelia Lowe, Miss Virginia McJenkin, Miss Sarah Maret, Miss Clare Mincy, Mrs. Carl Nelson, Mrs. Clauda Carter, Miss Lila Rice, Mr. A. Ray Rowland, Mrs. Dorothy Spence, (Handwritten Letter) C.H. Gibboney to Mr. Johnston: Thanking Mr. Johnston so much for the good letter on April 9th relative to the official welcome at the GLA Confernce on November 4, (Letter) John E. Clouse to Mr. Walter Johnston :announcing the 1964-65 biennial conference of the Georgia Citizens Library Committee is to be held at the Town House in Augusta, November 5th 1965,  08/24/65 2.(Letter) John E. Clouse, Jr. M.D. to Mr. Walter Johnston-President GLA Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College: On Saturday, May 1st, the Georgia Citizens Library Committee executive board and district representative will meet in Atlanta at the Americana Motor Hotel for lucheon  03/26/65 3.Mintes of the Meeting of the Georgia Citizens Library Committee  10/18/63 4.John E. Clouse, Jr., M.D. to Miss Edith Foster-Director West Georgia Regional Library: the spring meeting of the Georgia Citizens Library Committee will be held at the Americana Motor Hotel in Atlanta on Friday, May 17, 1963 at 6:30pm  04/01/63 5.(Letter) John E.Clouse, Jr. M.D. to Mrs. W. T. Green-c/o West Georgia Regional Library: We had a very successful series of ten workshops throughout the state, and pleased to inform you that was a total of 449 in attendence 10/17/62 6.(Memo) Dr. John E. Clouse, Jr., Chairman to Librarians: Trustee Workshops 09/13/62 7.(Letter) John E. Clouse, Jr., M.D. to Mrs. W.T. Green: Enclosed summaries of the evaluation questionaire for libraries in your district. 09/7/62 8.(Letter) John E. Clouse, Jr. to Mrs. W.T. Green: outline of progress toward the planning of our workshops 08/28/62 9.(Letter) John E. Clouse, Jr. to Mrs. W.T. Green: The Trustee Workshops have been set for September 24 through October 5th, 1962.  07/13/62 10.(Letter) John E. Clouse, Jr. to Librarian: Jekyll Island meeting of the Georgia Citizens Library Committee on October 27th  11/09/61 11.(Memo) J.C. Haynes-Chairman Georgia Citizens Library Committee to Members of the Georgia Citizens Library Committee, Library Trustees, Georgia Librarians, Members of GLA: Reples from candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor concerning their interest in the future of library service in Georgia  08/26/58, Questionnaire Concerning Georgia Library Service, Special Notice: Mr. Le Roy Abernathy's anscer to the questionaire was received after the summary was completed, Excerpts from Letters Concerning Library Service 12.(Memo) J.C. Haynes-Chairman Georgia Citizens Committee to Members of the Georgia Citizens Library Committee, Library Trustees, Georgia Librarians, Members of Georgia Library Association: Replies from the candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor concerning their interest in the future of library service in Georgia  08/23/54 13.(a piece of small manila sticky paper) Correspondence of Leon Haynes Citizens Committees with candidates for goves of Lieut.-Gov, (Letter) Tommie Dora Barker to Dr. J.C. Haynes-Chairman Georgia Citizens Library Committee: Enclosed tentative draft of a letter which Miss McJenkins and I drew up this morning for Governor and Lietenant Governor  06/10/84, (Letter) J.C. Haynes-Chairman addresses as chairman of the Georgia Citizens Library Committee respresenting 1,200 citizens and writing to seek information on your attitude regarding the financing of adequate school public library service for the people of Georgia June 1954, 14. (Letter) J.C. Haynes to Hon. Herman Talmadge-Governor: A group of our citizens interested in the library program and agreed that we did not want Gov. Talmadge to go out of office without expressing our sincere aprreciation for your unfailing support of the Georgia Library program 01/05/55 15.(Letter) J.C. Haynes-Public Relations Director to Miss Tommie Dora Barker-Division of Librarianship Emory University: Note the attached reply from Honrable Tom Linder in response to query on his library views  08/10/54 16.(Letter) Tommie Dora Barker to Mr. J.C. Haynes-Chairman Georgia Citizens Library Committee: Enclosing a copy of the data which we have prepared to go the members of the Citizens Library Committee and others interested in libraries in Georgia  08/11/64 17.(Piece of paper) Handwritten notes for Mr. Haynes, (Letter) Sara Hightower to Miss Barker: Beginning to receive some answer to our questionaire and Miss Hightower will be receiving 07/16/54, (Letter) J.C. Haynes to Miss Tommie Dora Barker-Division of Librarianship Emory University:sent the gubernatorial candidates the very fine query letter that Miss Barker and Miss McJenkin developed  07/23/54 18.(Letter) Marvin Griffin to Mr. J.C. Haynes-Director Public Relations: The letter of June 18th he received and appreciate the opportunity about the public library program  07/16/54 19.(Letter) Fred Hand to Honorable J.C. Haynes: Replying back to the letter that Mr. Haynes had sent for Mr. Hand give his view about school and public library program  07/05/54 20.(Letter) John W. Greer to Honorable J.C. Haynes: Reply back to the letter that Mr. Haynes had sent for Mr. Greer to give his about Georgia Citizens Library Program  07/03/54 21.(Letter) Downing Musgrove to Honorable J.C. Haynes: Governor Thompson headquaters just recently been relocated and Mr. Thompson is vitally interested in Mr. Haynes program  06/30/54 22.(Letter) Mr. John Greer to J.C. Haynes-Chairman: Seeking information on your view regarding the financing of adequate school and public library service for the people of Georgia  06/18/54 23.(Letter) Mr. Charles L. Gowen to Mr. J.C. Haynes: Replying back to letter that Mr. Haynes had sent for Mr. Gowen concerning the school and public library service  06/26/54 24.(Letter) Mr. Ben Garland to Mr. J.C. Haynes: Replying back to letter that Mr. Haynes had sent for Mr. Garland concerning the school and public library service 06/22/54 25.(Letter) J.C. Haynes to Miss Tommie Dora Barker: Thanking Miss Barker and Miss McJenkin for the excellent letter that they prepared for the gubernatorial candidates 06/18/54 26.(Letter) Beverly Wheatcroft-Ex-officio Memberto Miss Sara Hightower-Secretary/Treasurer GLA: Necessary for GLA Executive Board to make recommendations to Gov. Thompson for appointment of two members to the Certification Board  04/10/48 27.(Memo) J.C. Haynes to Members of Georgia Citizens Library Committee: Updating the Members of Georgia Citizens Library Committee about the important meeting at the Ashely Hotel in Atlanta  01/29/47, (Letter) Judge Frank A. Smith to Fellow Members Georgia Citizens Library Committee:Concerning about the levy taxes for library purpose 01/29/47, (Letter) Edith C. Rucker and Mrs. Troy Rucker-Library Chairman Associated Women of the G.F.B.F. to Friends: enclosing material concerning Georgia's State Aid program for Rural Library Service 01/16/47, (Letter) Olga M. Peterson-Chief Public Relations Office to Miss McJenkin: Concerning question of financing at the midwinter conference 01/25/47, Talmadge's Pedge to Education 28.(Letter) J.C. Haynes-Chairman to Georgia Citizens Library Committee: Listing on a separate page excerpts from letters we have received form the gubernatiorial candidates regard to Georgia's library program 07/10/46
Folder 7: 7 Civil Defense, 5/30/1956Add to your cart.
1.(Letter) Theodosia Hotch-Vice President GLA to Mr. W.P. Kellam-President GLA:  Be glad to represent the Georgia Library Association on the Georgia Women's Advisory Committee for Civil Defense 05/30/56
Folder 8: Committeess-General, 1968-1979Add to your cart.
1.(Minutes)-by Virginia McJenkins, Margaret B. Kerr, David Estes, Sarah Jones- The Special Committee to advise the President: selection of the representative from the State Department of Education to the GLA Executive Board met on March 11 at the home of Virginia McJenkin with four members participating  03/11/77 2.(Letter) David E. Estes-Assistant University Librarian to Mrs. Barbara C. Cade-President GLA: During the past several months storage of the official records of the GLA has been discussed at Executive Board meetings 02/06/79, MALA Records, Report of the AD Hoc Committee on Advance Planning of GLA Conferences 3.Progress Report of the Committee to Prepare-Filmstrip List
Folder 9: Constitution, 01/01/20-12/31/79Add to your cart.
1. Constitution-Adopted 11/22/53 2.(Letter) Eunice Coston-President GLA to Members of the GLA: Enclosed is the proposed revision of the Constitution of the Association as submitted by the Constitution Committee and accepted by the Executive Board of the Georgia Library Association 3.Constitution of the Georgia Library Association 4.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49 5.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, Includes revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia 11/07/57 6.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, Includes revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia 11/07/57 7.Georgia Library Association Committee on Constitution and By-Laws 8.Minutes of the Meeting of the Georgia Library Association-Held in the Carnegie Library of Atlanta on Wednesday and Constitution adoptee 04/28/20 9.Georgia Library Association Committee on Constitution and By-Laws 10.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, Including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/07/57 and at Jekyll Island, Georgia 10/26/61 11.Constitution and By-Laws approved 1963 12.The Constitution of The Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/07/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia 11/06/65 13.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/7/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia 11/06/65; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 11/02/67 14.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/7/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia 11/06/65; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 11/02/67 15.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/7/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia 11/06/65; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 11/02/67;Atlanta, Georgia 10/30/69 16.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/7/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia 11/06/65; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 11/02/67; Atlanta, Georgia, 10/30/69 17.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/7/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia 11/06/65; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 11/02/67; Atlanta, Georgia 10/30/69; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/28/71 18.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/7/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia 11/06/65; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 11/02/67; Atlanta, Georgia 10/30/69; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/28/71 19.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/7/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia 11/06/65; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 11/02/67; Atlanta, Georgia 10/30/69; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/28/71; Savannah, Georgia, 10/26/73 20.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/7/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia 11/06/65; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 11/02/67; Atlanta, Georgia 10/30/69; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/28/71;Savannah, Georgia, 10/26/73; and proposals made it Atlanta, Georgia, 10/28/75 21.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49, including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/7/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia 11/06/65; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 11/02/67; Atlanta, Georgia 10/30/69; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/28/71;Savannah, Georgia, 10/26/73; and proposals made it Atlanta, Georgia, 10/28/75; and Jekyll Island, Georgia 10/20/77
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1.Constitution and By-laws Committee 2.(Letter) Edith Foster-President to Mr. David Estes-Chairman: Your committee is now complete and is follow: Miss Roxanna Austin, Miss Louise Ward  02/02/62 3.(Letter) Special Collections; David to Mr. Walter T. Johnston-President: The Committee has met and I am sending a copy of the Constitution with our alternations  03/05/64 4.(Annoucement Letter) For the Georgia Libarian-The Constitution Committee, David E. Estes-Chairman, Miss Roxana Austin, Miss Mary Louise Rheay and Miss Elizabeth Whitehead has made some revisions of the GLA Constitution 5.(Announcement) The Constitution Committee, David E. Estes-Chairman, Miss Roxana Austin, Miss Mary Louise Rhey and Miss Elizabeth Whitehead has made some revisions of the GLA Constitution for approval of the members at the August meeting 6.(Letter) Roxanna Austin-Library Consultant to Mr. David E. Estes-Chairman: Like what you have done in summarizing out work on the proposes constitution revision  02/11/65 7.(Letter) To Mr. Walter T. Johnstion-President: Sometime within the next few days, I expect to have a meeting of our Constution Committee  02/26/54 8.(Letter) W.T. Johnston to Mr. David Estes-Chief: I have had some time to go back and look over the Constitution in the cold light of the day afterward  01/29/64 9.Report of the Constitution and By-Laws Committee 01/01/67 10.The Constitution and By-Laws Committee are Considering the Following Changes 11.Proposed Constitution for The Library Department of the Georgia Association of Educators-Revised 05/27/71 12.Report of the Constitution and Bylaws Committee of the Georgia Library Association  10/27/71, The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association-Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia 04/22/49; including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia, 11/07/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia, 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia, 11/06/65; Jekyl Island, Georgia, 11/02/67; Atlanta, Georgia 10/30/69 13.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Mr. Hubert Whitlow, Librarian: I owe you the biggest apology that I know how to make!! I have completely ignored your letter  11/15/72, (Letter) Hubert H. Whitlow-Librarian to Mrs. Margaret Kerr-Library Coordinator: It time to reconstitute the Constitution and Bylaws Committee  08/14/72 14.(Letter) Anne Martin, Marie Morris, Bobby J. Pemberton, Eugenia Sparrow, Hubert H. Whitlow-Chairman to Mrs. Margaret Kerr-President GLA: Attached is the report of the Constitution and Bylaws Committee and the letter accompanying it to Miss Hightower  01/16/73 15.Changes in the Constitution of the Georgia Library Association 16.Tentative Constitution-Suggested By Organization Committee 17.Proposed Changes In the Constitution and ByLaws 18.Constitution and By Laws Committee 19.(Letter) Caroline Coughlin to Mriss Frances Blackmon: The two statements that accompany this note are being sent to you with the hope that the GLA Constitution and Bylaws Committee will review them for accuracy of expression and conformity to parliamentary procedure  07/23/71 20. Miss Frances Blackmon-Chairman GLA Constitution and By-Laws Committee to Ms. Caroline Coughlin-Division of Librarianship: A recent visit to Augusta on GLA business, David Estes reported that he had already discussed with the matter  08/13/71 21.Georgia Library Association By Laws-Revisions To be voted on Thursday, 10/30/69 22.Committee Report: Committee-Porter Kellam, Frances Nunn, Sarah Maret-Chairman, (Letter) Jean D. Cochran to Miss Sarah Maret, Director: Thank you so much for serving as Chairman on the President-Elect committee  08/01/68 23.The Constitution of the Georgia Library Association Adopted at Atlanta, Georgia, 04/22/49; including revisions adopted at Savannah, Georgia 11/07/57; Jekyll Island, Georgia 10/26/61; Augusta, Georgia 11/06/65; Jekyll Island, Georgia 11/02/67; Atlanta, Georgia 10/30/69; Jekyll Island, Georgia 10/28/71 24.(Letter)Jean D. Cochran, President to Mr. David E. Estes, Chief, Special Collections:the membership of Mr. Estes 's Constitution and By-Laws Committee: Miss Roxanna Austin, Mrs. Buna Fain, Mrs. Margaret Kerr, Mrs. Eugenia Sparrow  02/01/68 25.Report of the Constitution and By-Laws Committee 26.Constitution and By Laws Committee 26.Report of Committee meeting at GLA workshop, Stone Moutain Inn, March 29-30, 1967 27.Copies of Committee Report by Committee Porter Kellam, Frances Nunn, Sarah Maret, Chairman 28.(Letter) Jean D. Cochran to Mr. David E. Estes: regarding the memebership of Mr. Estes Constitution and By-Laws Committee 29.(Letter) Mr. W. T. Johnston: In reply to your inquiry about parliamentary procedure for constitution and bylaws revisions at the conference 08/24/64; (Letter) Grace Hightower to Mr. David E. Estes: After reading the revision of the GLA Constitution, failed to see any reference to the offical Journal  08/25/65 30.(Annonuncement Letter) For Georgia Librarian: the Constitution and By Laws Committee has made some revisions in the GLA Constitution to be presented for approval of the members at the 1969 conference in Atlanta 31.(Memo) Jean D. Cochran to Charimen of GLA Committees: Committee Reports  05/02/69 32.Report of Constitution and By-Laws Committee 10/26-28/61 33.Report of the Constitution and Bylaws Committee of the Georgia Library Association  10/27/71 34.Proposed Revisions in the Constitution and By-Laws of the Georgia Library Association  11/07 35.(Letter) Mary Louise Rheay to Mr. Hubert Whitlow: the following people on Mr. Whitlow committee: Miss Paulette Smith, Mr. R.E. McCabe, Mr. Bobby Pemberton, Miss Frances Kaiser  04/03/74 36.(Memo) Hubert H. Whitlow to Miss Mary Louise Rheay: Report of Committee Activity, GLA Workshop, April 19-20,1974  04/22/74 37.(Memo) Hubert H. Whitlow to Members, Constitution and Bylaws Committee Georgia Library Association: Attached is the text of the proposed consitutional amendments that I am submitting to the Georgia Librarian. 38.Changes: Constitution: Articles I - IV, VI - VII unchanged 39.(Letter) Ann W. Morton to Mr. Ed McCabe: Enclosing a copy of the constitution which have suggested deletion and additions  01/14/78 40.Proposed Changes in the Constitution and ByLaws 41.Report of the Constitution and By-Laws Committee, Proposed changes in G.L..A. Constitution
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1. Library Education in Georgia and Public Libraries in Georgia  Sept/1975 2. (Letter) Beverly A. Rawles to Mr. Carlton Thaxton: Monthly Letter Report on Georgia Library Study  01/31/75 3.(Letter) Beverly A. Rawles to Mr. Carlton Thaxton: Second Monthly Letter Report on Georgia Library Study  03/04/75 4.(Letter) Beverly A. Rawles to Mr. Carlton Thaxton: Third Monthly Letter Report on Georgia Library Study 04/02/75 5.(Letter) Mary Louise Rheay to Dr. Jack P. Nix: Ms. Rheay is honored to server on the Georgia Advisory Committee for the Georgia Library Survey Project 04/04/75, Jack P. Nix to Miss Mary Louise Rheay: Enclosing a list showing the other persons serving on this advisory committee 03/31/75, Georgia Advisory Committee for Georgia Library Survey Project 6.(Memo) H. Joanne Harrar to G.L.A. Ad Hoc Committee on Goals for Georgia Libraries: Status 12/20/74 7.(Letter) Mary Louise Rheay to Mr. Carlton Thaxton: Enclosed is a critique on each of the three companies who have submitted proposals for the Development of Goals for Georgia Libraries: Battelle, Booz-Allen and Hamilton, Inc., and Ernest R. DeProspo and Associates  12/10/74 8.(Letter) Linda Beaty to Miss Rheay: Here are the last two sections of my summary of library development of Georiga  09/13/74, GLA: Highlights of Development and Library Education 9.(Letter) Dr. Ernest R. DeProspo to Mr. Carlton J. Thaxton: The Georgia Study Proposal  09/02/74 10.(Memo)Linda Beaty to Miss Mary Louise Rheay: Library Development in Georgia  08/29/74 11.Overall Picture 12.Special Libraries Summary Report 13.Mary Louise Rheay to Miss Tommie Dora Barker: The Georgia Library Association, in cooperation with Georgia State Department of Education plans to undertake an oral history project  05/07/74, Guideline Questions to be addressed to interviewees in the Oral History Project of the georgia Library Association for the purposed of the Georgia Library Survey 14.(Memo) Linda Beaty to Miss Mary Louise Rheay: Phase I - Historical Development (Public Libraries)  07/15/74 15.Georgia Library Study Report To Advisory Committee  05/20/74 16.Mintues: Meeting of Student interviewers for the Georgia Library Association Oral History Project  Present: Glenda Anderson; Linda Beaty; Faith Burton; Susan Massie; Carol Olson  05/02/74 17.(Letter) Glenda to Miss Riveay: Enclosed are documents that Dr. Harrar, Elizabeth Cole, Linda Beaty and Glenda worked on during the meeting of Thurs., April 25th, at State Dept. of Education 04/30/74, (Letter) Mary Louise Rheay to Miss Virginia Satterfield: The GLA, in cooperation with the Georgia State Department of Education, plans to undertake an oral history project and would like Miss Satterfield to interview its initial participants  05/07/74, Draft Of A Letter To Be Sent to Initial Oral History Participants, Draft of A Release Agreement For Oral History Participants and Interviews, Guidelines Questions To Be Addressed To Interviews In The Oral History Project Of The Georgia Library Association For the Purposes Of the Georgia Library Survey, List of Contractors 18.Guideline Questions To Be Addressed To Interviewers In the Oral History Project of the Georgia Library Association For the Purposes of the Georgia Library Survey 19.Agreement Between State Of Georgia State Board of Education and Deprospo Associates 20.State of Georgia State Board for Vocational Education and Georgia Institute of Technology College of Industrial Management 21.State Of Georgia State Board of Education and De Prospo 22.Public Library Service in Georgia 23.Georgia 24.Tommie Dora Barker 25.Virginia Lacy Jones 26.Virginia McJenkin 27.Sarah Jones 28.Beverly Wheatcort, Sara Hightower, Evelyn Fritz, Sarah Maret 29.(Memo) Mary Edna Anders to Chairmen of State Advisory Committees, Heads of State Library Agencies, Presidents of State Library Associations, State School Library/Media Consultants: Enclosed Material 04/25/74, Status Report on Questionnaires 04/15/74, Status Report on Personnel Questionnaire (01), By Type of Library*  04/15/74, Status Report on Questionnaires 04/15/74, Georiga-Counties, Places of 25,000 or More, And Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area, Excerpted From Remarks Made About The Survey At The UNC Library School Alumi Lucheon, 04/20/74 30.Ad Hoc Committee for the Georgia Library Survey-Georgia Library Association-Minutes of meeting, 04/19/74 31.(Memo) Cecil P. Beach to Survey Committee, State Library Agences, and State Library Association Presidents: Enclosed please find the first quarter, 1974 Financial Report on the SELA Cooperative Library Survey 04/25/74 32.(Letter) Mary Louise Rheay to Dr. Joanne Harrar: The following people are on your committee: Mrs. Junaita Brightwell, Mrs. Barbara Cade, Miss Lucy Duke, Mrs. Jane Norcross, Miss Louise Trotti, Miss Grace Hightower, Mr. Carlton Thaxton 04/05/74 33.(Letter) Linda Beaty to Dr. Ernest DeProspo: Information Dr. DeProspo about the January 16th Ad Hoc Committee meeting 03/15/74 34.(Memo) Linda Beaty to Miss Mary Louise Rheay: Meeting of the Ad Hoc for the Georgia Library Survey, February 15  02/29/74,  Ad Hoc Committee for the Georgia Library Survey-Georgia Library Association Mintures of meeting, 02/15/74, Envelope 35.Library service in Georgia was described as inadequate by almost all of discussion groups, this situation  reloves around: money, personnel, cooperation, public relations, facilities; materials 36.(Memo) Linda Beaty to Miss Mary Louise Rheay: Requested Job Description  01/07/74 37.(Memo) Linda Beaty to Miss Mary Louise Rheay: Enclosed is the latest, best version of the report for the governor 12/18/73 38.(Memo) Linda Beaty to Miss Mary Louise Rheay: Enclosed are the guidelines, approved by Mr. Thaxton, for the consultant assignment 11/28/73, Consultant Assignment, Guidelines for Five-year Long-Range Plan, Suggested Outline for A Library Plan, (Letter) Dr. Ernest R. Deprospo to Mr. Carlton J. Thaxton: for your invitation to assit the GLA with a long-range library development plan  11/20/73 39.(Letter) Mary Louise Rheay to Mrs. Juanita Brightwell: informing Friday meeting 08/27/73, (Memo) Mary Ednea Anders, Survey Director to Mr. Cecil P. Beach: Progess Report On the Southeastern States Cooperative Library Survey, 1972-74, July 16-August 15,1973 (Contract A-1435), 40.Biennial Report of Georgia Library Association Ad Hoc Association 10/17/73, (Memo) Joanne Harrar to Juanita Brightwell, Elizabeth Cole, Mary Louise Rheay: Possible functions of a consultant for the GLA survey  05/04/73 41.(Memo) Mary R. Power to Miss M. Elizabeth Cole: Progress Report of Ga. Lib. Survey since official liasion with the Division of Public Library Services-April 2, 1973  05/03/73 42.Procedures 04/27/73 43.Ad Hoc Committee Report 44.(For Ad Hoc Committee, Sub-Committee) Draft #1  03/29/72
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1.Georgia Library Association Committees 1972-1973 2.Part III-List of Contracts 3.(Letter) Juanita S. Brightwell to David Estes: Information from the Georgia Library Association Ad Hoc Committee meeting during March 10-11, 1972  09/01/72 4.(Letter) Juanita S. Brightwell to David Estes: Report To GLA Executive Board  01/14/72 5.Junanita S. Brightwell to David Estes:Report to GLA Executive Board  01/14/72, GLA Ad Hoc Committee to compile a comprehensive plan for library service in Georgia 6.(Memo) Juanita S. Brightwell to Mr. David Estes: Ad Hoc Committee Meeting, Callaway Garden, March 10, 1972  02/24/72 7.(Letter)Juanita S. Brightwell to Daivd: Informing Mr. David of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Georgia Plan for Libraries has been scheduled for January 13, 1972 at 2:30p.m. at the Macon Hilton  12/09/71 8.Report of Committee To Define Roles of School and Public C Libraries 9.(Memo) Porter Kellem to Director of State Library Agencies in the Southeast: Survery of Libraries in the Southeast  12/11/71 10.Notes from the Ad Hoc Committee meeting 03/10-11/72 11.(Letter) Mr.Leroy Childs to Margent: The Ad Hoc committee has employed a Director- Mrs. Mary R. Power  08/31/72 12.Report of Committee To Define Roles School and Public C Libraries 13.Draft #2 (for review) Suggested Modus Operandi- "A Plan for Georgia Libraries"  03/29/72 14.Georgia Library Survey Progress Report- May, 1973 15.(Letter) Mrs. Margarent B. Kerr to Mrs. Robert D. Lee: Concerning about Mrs. Robert Lee help to Mrs. Margarent and coworkers with the state survey  06/07/73 16.(Letter) Juanita S. Brightwell to Mrs. Margaret Kerr: Informing Mrs. Kerr about the new Director of the Ad Hoc Committee  04/06/73 17.(Letter) Juanita S. Brightwell to Mrs. Margaret Kerr: Informing Mrs. Kerr about the scheduled meeting of the Ad Hoc Committee for Wednesday, April 11, 1973 at the State Department Building on Trinity Street  03/26/73 18.(Letter) Juanita S. Brightwell to Mrs. Mary Power: Informing Mrs. Kerr about the scheduled meeting of the Ad Hoc Committee for Wednesday, April 11,1973, at the State Department of Education Annex Building on Trinity Street  03/27/73 19.(Letter) Juanita to Margaret: informing Margaret that Mary sent Juanita a copy of the Proposal  02/14/73 20.(Letter) Juanita Brightwell to Carlton: The Sumster Co. Library Board had called a meeting  02/14/73 21.(Letter) Juanita Brightwell to Mary: Thanking Mary for the copy of the Proposal  02/14/73 22.(Memo) Mary Edna Anders to Chairmen of the State Advisory Committees on the Southeastern States Cooperative Library Survey: Progress On The Survey  01/18/73 23.(Letter) Sarah E. Maret to Mrs. Kerr: Enclosing a six-month statement for Mary Power  02/23/73 24.(Letter) Juanita Brightwell to Mr. Tom Linder, Jr.: Thanking Mr. Linder for cooperation for assistance to the AdHoc Committee  03/30/72 25.(Letter) to Juanita: informing the next Exec. Board meeting is April 13 at Midnight Sun  02/13/73 26.Georgia Library Survey Progress Report--Fall Quarter, 1972 27.(Letter) Juanita S. Brightwell to Committee Member: Cancel the Ad Hoc Committee Meeting scheduled for Thursday, January 18  01/15/73 28.(Letter) William J. Perterson to Mrs. Margaret Kerr:  Thanking Mrs. Kerr for arranging all the details in our efforts to get the grant from Governor Carter  01/08/73, (Letter) William J. Perterson, Jr. to Mrs. Margaret B. Kerr: Enclosed is a copy of the letter that Mr. Perterson took to Governor Carter's Executive Secretary on Dec. 13  12/15/72, (Letter) Juanita S. Brightwell to Mrs. Margaret Kerr: The Ad Hoc Committee on a Plan for Georgia Libraries will Thursday, January 18, 1973 at 3:30pm at the Georgia Department of Education, Annex Building 12/19/72, (Letter) Juanita Brightwell to Mrs. Margaret Kerr: Thanking Mrs. Kerr for sending copies of the letter and reports to Mary 12/19/72 29.(Letter) Margaret B. Kerr to The Hornorable Jimmy Carter: Thanking Governor Jimmy Carter for the joining them at the committee meeting  01/12/73 30.Georgia Library Survey 31.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Juanita: informing Juanita of the monthly meeting of the State Board of Education 12/15/72 32.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Mr. Will Peterson: Enclosed is all the information that you will need in drafting your letter to Governor Carter 12/03/72 33.Salary and Travel Account for Mary R. Power 34.Georgia Library Survey initiated and sposored by the Georgia Library Association 11/30/72 35.Draft-Objective of the Georgia Library Survey 11/27/72 36.(Note) Mention that Will Perterson, Jr. Soperton, member of Treultlen Co. Bd & Oconnee Regional Bd. Should be member of the committee to approch the Gov 37.Ga Library Survey, (Letter) Margaret Kerr to Walter 10/13/72, (Letter) W.T. Johnston to Margaret Kerr 10/09/72 38."A Plan for Georgia Libraries"  05/16/72 39.Guidelines For Writing Project Application For Funding 40.Georgia Library Survey Progress Report 41.Georgia Library Survey-Work Plan and Tentative Time Schedule 42.(Letter) Juanita S. Brightwell to Mrs. Mary Power  11/11/72 43.(Letter) Carlton J. Thaxton to Mrs. Mary Power 07/18/72, (Letter) Mary R. Power to Mr. Carlton J. Thaxton  07/24/72,  Mary R. Power Resume 44.(Letter) Annelle W. Durrence to Mrs. Margaret Kerr  04/25/72,  (Letter) H. Joanne Harrar to Barbara Cade and Jane Norcross, Juanita Brightwell, Mary Louise Rheay, Carlton Thaxton  04/21/72, Draft #2 (for review) Suggested Modus Operandi-"A Plan for Georgia Libraries" 45.(Letter) Juanita S. Brightwell to Mrs. Margaret B. Kerr  05/26/72, "A Plan for Georgia Libraries" -Suggested Modus Operandi 46.(Letter) Mrs. Marjorie J. Clark to Juanita Brightwell  08/02/72 47.(Letter) Richard Harwell to Mr. A.J. McLemore  06/05/72 48.Area Planning And Development Commissions 49.(Letter) Joanne Harrar to Margaret  09/28/72 50(Letter) Margaret B. Kerr to Mr. Walter T. Johnston  10/02/72 51.(Memo) Juanita Brightwell to Ad Hoc Committee: Meeting, September 21, 1972  08/30/72 52.The Georgia Library Association Ad Hoc Committee Meeting  09/01/72 53.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Juanita  05/10/72 54.(Note) Area Planning & Development Commissions (APDC) are under the State Planning Commission- J.Brightwell 55.(Letter) Juanita Brightwell to Mrs. Margaret Kerr  06/02/72 56.Report To GLA Executive Board  01/14/72 57.(Handwritten Notes) Dr. Haward Jordan Vice-chancellor for Public Service 58.(Letter) W. Crowey to Margaret  03/02/72 59.(Letter) Edwin C. Adams to Mrs. Juanita S. Brightwell  02/14/72 60.(Letter) Mary Louise Rheay to Mrs. Juanita S. Brightwell  01/31/72 61.The Ad Hoc Committee meeting Report  01/13/72 62.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Mrs. Juanita Brightwell  01/25/72 63.(Letter) Mary Edna Anders to Mrs. Juanita Brightwell  01/21/72, (Anncoucement Letter) from H.W. Todd, (Letter) Juanita Brightwell to Miss Mary Louise Rheay  01/25/72 64.Draft Letter,  (Letter) Mrs. Juanita Brightwell to Miss Mary Edna Anders  01/24/72 65.(Letter) To Mr. Ed Adams pertaining to the committee  01/26/72 66.(Letter) To Dr. Howard Jordan pertaining to the committee  01/26/72 67.Report To GLA Executive Board  01/14/72 68.(Letter) Juanita to Mrs. Margaret Kerr  01/22/72 69.(Letter) To Mrs. Juanita Brightwell  01/19/72 70.Notes From the Joint Committee Meeting 71. Copy of rough draft 72.(Letters) Margaret Kerr to Mr. Ted Kopkin  01/18/72 73.Report of the Committee Meeting 74.Commitee To Define Roles Of Schools And Public Libraries and the Committee On Acceditation On Acceditation of Public Libraries  10/27/71 75. (Letter) Juanita S. Brightwell to Mrs. Margaret Kerr  12/17/71 76. (Letter) Juanita S. Brightwell to Margaret  12/29/71 77. (Letter) Copy of the Ad Hoc Committee 78. (Letter) To Juanita Brightwell  12/05/71 79. (Letter) To Mary Louise  12/05/71 80. (Letter) Georgia Library Association-Public Library Section 1971 81. (Letter) To Juanita Brightwell 11/16/71 82. Report of The Georgia Library Survey Committee  05/48 83. Library Survey
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1.(Letter) Ron Paynter to Miss Raye Osborn  01/25/73 2.(Letter) Raye Osborn to Director of Sales  01/24/73 3.(Letter) Ron Paynter to Miss Raye Osborn  01/10/73 4.Report of the Ad Hoc Committee On Advance Planning Of GLA Conferences 5.Suggested Functions Of The Convention Site Selection Committee 6.The Convention Site Committee Report 7.Convention Site Committee Report  03/11/72
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1.Proposal For The Georgia Library Association  10/22-24/75 2.GLA Bienniel Conference Information For Exhibitors  10/22-25/75 3.Emphasis on Exhibits 101/22-25/75
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1. Copies of Exhibits Committee Report To 1967 G.L.A. Biennial Conference  01/27/67 2. (Letter) John F. Carroll to State Library Association Presidents or Exhibits Chairmen  01/05/62, (Letter) Don L. Negley to Mr. John R. Banister  11/02/62 3. Copies of Report of Exhibits Committee
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1.Governmental Relations-telephone conversation with Gerri Krettek  01/10/72 2.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Emily  01/10/72 3.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Miss Germaine Krettek  12/06/71 4.The Governmental Relations Committee Meeting and Governmental Relations Committee Expenditures  5.(Letter) Mrs. Kathleen Fraze to Mrs. Margaret Kerr  12/28/71 6.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Mr. Peterson  01/03/72 7.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Mr. Lewis  01/03/72 8.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Mr.Harrington  12/15/71 9.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Mrs. Emily C. Payne  12/10/71 10.(Letter) To Mrs. Emily Payne  11/20/71 11.(Letter) Handwritten Notes 12.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Mrs. Emily Payne  10/12/71 13.(Letter) Germaine Krettek to Mrs. Margaret Kerr  02/29/72 14.(Letter) H.W. Todd to Mrs. Margaret Kerr  05/19/72 15.(Letter) From Mrs. Emily Payne  03/02/72 16.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to GLA Members  08/07/72 17.(Memo) Eileen D. Cooke to ALA 1973 Legistative Workshop Delegates  02/16/73,  Report Form, Eileen D. Cooke to ALA 1973 Legistative Workshop Delegates 02/16/73, Report Form 18.(Telegram) for Mrs. Margaret Kerr  06/05/72 19.(Letter) Ben B. Blackburn to Mrs. Margaret B. Kerr  07/25/72, (Letter) Ben B. Blackburn to The Honorable John J. Rhodes 07/25/72, Georgia Library Association Report 20.(Letter) Ben B. Blackburn to Mrs. Margaret B. Kerr- Re: Suggested Provision-Platform  07/25/72 21.(Letter) from Ann W. Morton  22.(Letter) Mrs. Margaret B. Kerr to Miss Ellen D. Cooke  09/27/73, (Letter) Mrs. Margaret B. Kerr to Miss Eileen D. Cooke 08/30/73, (Letter) Mrs. Betsy Hoffman to Mrs. Margaret Kerr 08/14/73, Copies of Surveys, (Letter) Besty Hoffman to Mrs.Emily Payne  09/07/73, (Letter) Betsy Hoffman to Mrs.Emily Payne 09/07/73, Biolographical Data- ALA Legislative Network Consultant  08/30/73 23.ALA Legislation Committee- J.Morris Jones -- World Book Encyclopedia -- ALA Goals Award Project- National Legislative Network Plan 1973-74 24.(Letter) form Mrs. Emily C. Payne  03/12/73 25.A National Legislative Network For Libraries, Part II- Governmental Relations Committee- Georgia Library Association, Part III- Government Relations Committee- Georgia Library Association, Governmental Relations Workshop  04/12/73 26.Governmental Relations Committee's Expenses- 1972 27.Southern Bell Telephone Bill 28.Holdiay Inn Hotel Receipt 05/24/72 29.Delta Airlines Inc. Receipt- Emily C. Payne  06/13/72 30.The Conrad Hilton Receipt- Emily C. Payne  06/25-26/72 31.Southern Bell Telephone Bill- January-June 1972 32.(Letter) Joseph F. Shubert to Margaret Kerr  09/01/72 33.(Letter) Mrs. Emily C. Payne to Mrs. Margaret Kerr 12/04/72, (Letter) Mrs. Emily C. Payne to Mr. Delmas Wheeler  12/04/72 34.Membership Fee: Miss Dorothy Dickinson-$30.00, Mrs. W.J. Henderson-$10.00, Miss Mary Elizabeth Cole-$5.00, Mrs. Leo J. Allen-$25.00, Miss Grace Hightower-$5.00, Miss Lila Rice-$25.00, Mr. Carlton Thaxton-$15.00, Miss Georgia L. Thomas-$10.00, Mrs. C.S. Fain-$10.00, Mrs. Adrianne Lunsford-$25.00, Ms. Betty Pressly Martin-$5.00, Dr. A.V. Lawson-$10.00, Mr. Walter P. McCurdy, Sr.-$10.00, Mrs. R.E. Tanner, Sr.-$2.00, Ms. Barbara C. Williams-$5.00, Mrs. Ethelene Jones-$5.00, Mrs. H.C. Griffin-$10.00, Mrs. Bernice M. Bell-$10.00, Mr. Norman S. Berg-$25.00, Miss Virginia Boyd-$10.00, Miss Betty L. Morgan-$2.00, Mrs. Leonora S. Powell-$5.00, Mrs. Carles L. Davidson-$5.00, Mrs. Barbara A. Jones-$5.00, Miss Dorothy Spence-$10.00, Troup-Harris-Coweta Regional Library-$30.00, Mrs. Myrtle V. Aycock-$20.00, Mr. Hal W. Clements-$5.00, Miss Edith L. Foster-$10.00, Mr. A. Grady Fowler-$10.00, Mr. Robert Freeman-$10.00, Mrs. Dorothy G.Hales-$5.00, Miss Sarah L. Jones-$10.00, Mrs. Elizabeth D. Moore-$15.00, Miss Josephine D. Powers-$5.00, Mrs. Page Riesbol-$10.00, Mrs. Anna Schinkel-$20.00, Mrs. Pactricia Hilscher-$5.00, Mrs. Barbara Loar-$5.00, Miss Virginia McJenkin-$5.00, Ms. Cecile Richman-$5.00, Miss Louise Trotti-$15.00, Miss Marjorie McKenzie-$30.00, Ms. Sadye Tanner-$2.50 35.(Memo) Margaret Kerr to Members of GLA Executive Borad  08/07/72 36.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to GLA Members  08/07/72 37.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Mr. Philip Zeldman  06/13/72 38.(Letter) from Margaret Kerr 06/13/72 39.(Letter) Margaret Kerr to Mr. Phillp Zeldman  06/13/72 40.The Government Relations Committee report 41.GLA Executive Board and Ad Hoc Committee meeting 42.(Letter) William J. Peterson to Mrs. Margaret B. Kerr  11/14/72, (Letter) Margaret B. Kerr to Mr. Will Peterson 11/08/72 43.Handwritten Letter 44.The Govermental Relations Committee of the Georgia Library Association address to the Governor of the State of Georgia and pledge their support to your Administration. 45.(Letter) Ann W. Morton to David  03/01/71 46.(Letter) W.T. Johnson to Mr. David Estes, President 47.(Letter) Mary Edna Aners to Mrs. Emily Payne 07/09/71 48.(Letter) Germaine Krettek to Mrs. Emily Payne 03/18/71 49.(Letter) Newpaper Article 08/01/70 50.Membership and Executive Board of the Georgia Library Association at the Gubernatiorial Candidates Luncheon 51.(Letter) to Charles Jones 52.The Atlanta Journal and Constitution  06/07/70 53.(Sample Letter) David E. Estes and Robert W. Woodruff to Mr. Charles Jones 54.(Letter) W. Christian Sizemore to Mr. Guy Lyle  05/28/70 55.Sample Letter  05/05/70 56.(Letter) Germaine Krettek to Mrs. Emily Payne  02/09/70 57.(Letter) David E.Estes and Robert W. Woodruff to Miss Germaine Krettek  01/29/70 58.(Letter) Germaine Krettek to Mr. David Estes  01/30/70 59.Govermental Realtions Committee 60.Herman E. Talonody to Miss Jean Cochran 11/11/69 61.Federal Relations Committee Report 62.(Letter) Daivd E. Estes and Robert Woodruff to Miss Germaine Krettek  01/19/70 63.Governmental Relations Committee Report 64.(Letter) David E. Estes to Mrs. Emily Payne  11/21/69 65.Gubernatorial Candidates Lucheon 66.Jean D. Cochran to Miss Louise Trotti  02/01/68 67.(Letter) H. Titus Singletary, Jr. to Miss Jean Cochran  12/21/67 68.Governmental Relations Committee Report 69.Goverment Relations Committee 1967-69 70.(Letter) Louise Trotti to Mrs. Helen Fattig  10/16/67, Federal Relations Committee Report 71.Federal Realtions Committee Report 72.(Letter) Margaret B. Kerr to Mr. President  11/04/65 73.Remarks of President Lyndon B. Johnson at the signing of S.2265  02/11/64 74.(Letter) W.P. Kellam to GLA Member  03/29/57 75.(Letter) David E. Estes to Dr. William R. Pullen  10/17/63 76.(Letter) Margaret B. Kerr to Madam President  10/16/63 77.Budget for Congressional Luncheon, (Memo) Lucile Nix to Librarians  02/05/63, American Library Association Washington Office-Survey of Public Library Building Needs Current to 1970 78.Amending The Library Services Act of 1956  Report No. 592  10/29/63 79.Library Services Report 08/05/63 80.House Of Representatives Report No. 635  03/14/63 81.(Letter) Mrs. A.B. Burrs to Mrs. Eloise T. Jones  10/24/61 82.(Letter) Mrs. Allen B. Burrus to Madam President Report 1959 83. Mrs. Allen B. Burrus to Mr. Porter Kellam  11/07/57 84.(Letter) Guy R. Lyle to John Banister, Tommie Dora Barker, Evalene Jackson, W.P. Kellum, Virginia McJenkin, Lucile Nix  10/17/57, (Letter) John E. Bainster to Mr. Guy Lyle  10/25/57, (Letter) Evalene Jackson to Mr. Guy R. Lyle 10/22/57, (Letter) Virginia McJenkin to Mr.Guy R. Lyle  10/21/57, (Letter) Lucile Nix to Mr. Guy Lyle  10/23/57, Comments on proposed statements prepared by Miss Barker and Mr. Lyles 85.Georgia Plan For Use of Federal Funds- Under Library Services Act Legal Authority 86.Federal Legislative Programs Relevant to Libraries' Role in Anti-Poverty Program 87.Important Item from A.L.A. Washington Newsletter-January 20,1956 88.(Letter) W.P. Kellem to Members of the GLA Federal Relations Committee  01/11/56,  (Letter) W.P. Kellem to Mrs. Allen B. Burrus  11/11/55, (Letter) Mrs. Allen B. Burrus 11/21/55, (Letter) W.P. Kellum to Mrs. Allen B. Burrus 11/23/55, (Letter) W.P. Kellum to Mrs. Allen B. Burrus 01/24/56, (Letter) Moeed M. Burrus to Mr. W.P. Kellam  01/30/56,  (Letter) John R. Banister to Mr. W.P. Kellam 01/24/56, (Letter) Juliet A. Bates to Mr. W.P. Kellum  01/25/56, (Letter) Jean D. Cochran to Mr. Porter Kellam 01/20/56, (Letter) W.P. Kellam to Miss Jean D. Cochran 01/23/56, (Letter) Byrd Ivester to Mr. W.P. Kellam 01/19/56, (Letter) Ethel Peerson to Mr. W.P. Kellam  01/12/56, (Letter) Georgia Thomas to Mr. Kellam 01/27/56 89.Things to Find Out About Your County 90.Report of Federal Relations Committee 91.(Letter) David Clift to Presidents of State and Regional Library Associations  07/02/54, (Report) Resolution On White House Conference on Education  07/23/54, (Memo) Grace T. Stevenson to Directors of State Library Extension Agencies and Presidents of State Library Associations  12/30/54, (Memo) Grace T. Stevenson to Directors of State Library Extension Agencies to Presidents of State Library Associations  11/09/54, 92. Federal Relations Committee-Georgia Library Association Report  93.Report of the Federal Relations Committee-10/51 94.Minutes of Committee Meeting  10/12/44
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1.Part II-Governmental Relations Committee-Georgia Library Association 2.(Memo) Christopher Wright to Heads of State Library Agencies and Presidents of State Library Associations  03/12/75 3.Georgia Library Association-What Federal Funds Have Meant to Georgia Libraries  4.(Memo) Chris to Mary Louise  04/28/75 5.(Letter) Mary Louise Rheay to Miss Barbara W. Nelson  02/21/75, Barbara W. Nelson to Ms. Mary Louise Rheay 02/11/74 6.(Letter) Carlton J. Thaxton to Mrs. Christina Landram 12/20/74 7.(Letter) Christina Landram to Miss Mary Louise Rheay  12/04/74 8.(Letter) W.T. Johnston to Colleagues  07/28/74, enclosed (Letter) Jack P. Nix to Mr. W. T. Johnston 06/26/74 9.(Letter) Walter Murphy to Jack 11/13/73, (Letter) John Flynt to Mr. Walter Murphy  11/14/73 10.Gubernational Candidates Luncheon-Georgia Library Association  07/31/70 11.Statement of the American Library Association to the Subcommittee on Intergovermental Relations of the Committee on Government Operations, U.S. Senate at the Oversight Hearings on the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972  06/17/74 12.(Letter) Mary Louise Rheay to Mrs. Chris Landrum  04/03/74

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