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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

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.


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[Box 63: Contains COMO 2003 materials, membership flyersm GLQ magazine, Executive board minutes 1993, 2000, 2006-2007, and tax exemption information.],
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[Box 65: Cassette Tapes, Microfilm, Pictures,, 1971 - 1978],
[Box 66],
[Box 67],
[Box 68: GLA Records, 2006-2012],
[Box 69: GLA Awards, 1971-2008],
[Box 70],
[Box 71: Miscellaneous Papers, 1988-2002],
[Box 72: GLA Papers],
[Box 73: Georgia Library Association, 1971-2002],
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[Box 77: Financials, 2001-2011],
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[Box 82: COMO Records 1994-2008 (1998 missing)],
[Box 83: GLA Files - assorted],
[Box 84: GLA Photos],
[Box 85],
[Box 86],
[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: GLA Additional Correspondence, 1952-1974Add to your cart.
1. 01/30/52- Congress of the United Stated- House of Representatives: Fm: John S. Wood, M.C., To: Sara Hightower. 2. 02/14/52- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives: Fm: Henderson Lanham, To: Sara Hightower. 3. 04/28/52- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: John S. Wood, M.C., To: Sara Hightower. 4. 11/23/55- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Paul Brown, To: Sarah E. Maret, Frances Nunn. 5. 11/22/55- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Iris Blitch, To: Sarah E. Maret. 6. 11/23/55- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Prince H. Preston, To: Sarah E. Maret. 7. 01/11/56- Executive Department Atlanta- Fm: Marvin Griffin, To: Mr. W.P. Kellam. 8. 04/27/56- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Iris Blitch, To: W.P. Kellam. 9. 04/27/56- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Prince H. Preston, To: W.P.Kellam. 10. 04/27/56- House of Representatives- Committee on Armed Services- Fm: Carl Vinson, To: W. P. Kellam. 11. 04/28/56- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: E.L. Forrester, M.C., To:  W. P. Kellam. 12. 04/30/56- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Henderson Lanham, To: W. P. Kellam. 13. 05/01/56- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: John J. Flynt, Jr., M.C., To: W. P. Kellam. 14. 05/03/56- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Phil M. Landrum, To: W. P. Kellam. 15. 05/31/56- United States Senate- Committee of Foreign Relations- Fm: Walter F. George, To: W. P. Kellam. 16. 06/14/56- United States Senate- Committee on Labor and Public Welfare- Fm: Lister Hill, To: W.P. Kellam. 17. 07/27/56- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Henderson Lanham, To: W.P. Kellam. 18. 07/10/57- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Henderson Lanham, To: W.P. Kellam. 19. 07/18/57- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Henderson Lanham, To: W.P. Kellam. 20. 08/19/57- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Henderson Lanham, To: W.P. Kellam. 21. 02/18/63- Executive Department Atlanta- Fm: Carl E. Sanders, To: Edith Foster. 22. 12/04/64- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Charles Longstreet Weltner, To: Walter T. Johnston. 23. 12/07/64- United States Senate- Committee on Armed Services- Fm: Richard B. Russell, To: Walter T. Johnson. 24. 12/10/64- United States Senate- Committee on Finance- Fm: Harry Flood Byrd, To: Walter T. Johnson. 25. 12/14/64- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Phil M. Landrum, To: Walter T. Johnson. 26. 10-19/65- United States Senate- Fm: Richard B. Russell, To: Walter T. Johnson. 27. 10/07/66- United states Senate- Fm: Richard B. Russell, To: Helen M. Fattig. 28. 10/07/66- United States Senate- committee on Finance- Fm: Herman E. Talmadge, To: Helen M. Fattig. 29. 10/10/66- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: John J. Flynt, To: Helen, M. Fattig. 30. 03/31/67- Office of The Governor- Atlanta- Fm: Lester Maddox, To: Helen M. Fattig. 31. 09/30/67- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Maston O'Neal, M.C., To: Helen M. Fattig. 32. 10/02/67- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Phil M. Landrum, To: Helen M. Fattig. 33. 10/02/67- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Robert G. Stephens, Jr., To: Helen M. Fattig. 34. 10/02/67- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Ben B. Blackburn, To: Helen M. Fattig. 35. 10/03/67- Congress of the Unites States- House of  Representatives- Fm: John J. Flynt, To: Helen M. Fattig. 36. 10/03/67- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: John W. Davis, To: Helen M. Fattig. 37. 10/03/67- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: G. Elliott Hagan, To: Helen M. Fattig.            38. 10/03/67- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Jack Brinkley, To: Helen M. Fattig. 39. 10/04/67- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Fletcher Thompson, To: Helen M. Fattig. 40. 10/09/67- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: W.S.(Bill) Stuckey, Jr., To: Helen M. Fattig. 41. 01/07/68- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: W.S.(Bill) Stuckey, Jr., To: Jean D. Cochran. 42. 01/01/69- United States Senate- Committee on Armed Services- Fm: Richard B. Russel, To: Jean D. Cochran. 43. 01/03/69- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Phil M. Landrum, To: Jean D. Cochran. 44. 01/03/69- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Jack Brinkley, To: Jean D. Cochran. 45. 01/03/69- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: John W. Davis, To: Jean D. Cochran. 46. 01/06/69- United States Senate- Committee on Finance- Fm: Herman E. Talmadge, To: Jean D. Cochran. 47. 01/06/69- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Maston O'Neal,M.C., To: Jean D. Cochran. 48. 01/08/69- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Fletcher Thompson, To: Jean D. Cochran. 49. 01/14/69- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: G. Elliott Hagan, To: Jean D. Cochran. 50. 01/23/69- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Jonh J. Flynt, To: Jean D. Cochran. 51. 01/24/69- Congress of the Unites States- House of Representatives- Fm: Robert G. Stephens, To: Jean D. Cochran. 52. 07/28/70- Office of the Govenor- Atlanta- Fm: Lester Maddox, To: Emily C. Payne. 53. 08/19/70- United States Senate- Committee on Finance- Fm: Herman E. Talmadge, To: Emily C. Payne. 54. 08/31/70- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Phil M. Landrum, To: Emily C. Payne. 55. 09/01/70- Congress of the United States- Houes of Representatives- Fm: Larry M. Wheeler, To: Emily C. Payne. 56. 09/02/70- United States Senate- Committee on Finance- Fm: Hernam E. Talmadge, To: Emily C. Payne. 57. 05/25/72- Congress of the United States- Houes of Representatives- Fm: Dawson Mathis, M.C., To: Emily C. Payne. 58. 05/30/72- United States Senate- committee on Finance- Fm: Herman E. Talmadge, To: Emily C. Payne. 59. 07/20/72- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Jack Brinkley, To: Emily C. Payne. 60. 09/06/72- United States Senate- Committee on Finance- Fm: Herman E. Talmadge, To: Emily C. Payne. 61. 09/06/72- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Dawson Mathis, M. C., To: Emily C. Payne 62. 09/25/72- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm:  Robert G. Stephens, To: Emily C. Payne. 63. 11/14/72- United States Senate- Committee on Agriculture and Forestry- Fm: Herman E. Talmadge, To: Emily C. Payne. 64. 12/06/72- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: John W. Davis, To: Emily C. Payne. 65. 07/09/73- Congress of the United States- Houes of Representatives-  Fm: Robert G. Stephens, Jr., To: Emily C. Payne. 66. 09/17/73- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Ronald Bo Ginn, To: Emily C. Payne. 67. 12/17/73- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Ronald Bo Ginn, To: Emily C. Payne. 68. 12/17/73- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Jack T. Brinkley, To: Emily C. Payne. 69. 12/18/73- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: John W. Davis, To: Emily C. Payne. 70. 12/20/73- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Herman E. Talmadge, To: Emily C. Payne. 71. 12/27/73- Congress of the Unites States- House of Representatives- Fm: Robert G Stephens, To: Emily C. Payne. 72. 01/23/74- George Busbee- Fm: George Busbee, To: Albert Payne.
Folder 2: Georgia Citizen's Library CommitteeAdd to your cart.
1. 05/20/55- Georgia Library Assotiation- Memorandum- Fm: Sarah E. Maret, J.C. Haynes, To: Library Board Members and Librarians. 2. 06/10/55- "Death of senate Bill #1," Fm: J.C. Haynes, sarah Maret, To: Librarians, Library Board Members, and Friends of Librarians.
Folder 3: Special Committee-Governor's MansionAdd to your cart.
1. 04/28/72- Special Collections- Fm: David E. Estes, To: Ralph Stevens 2. Notes written on a single piece of legal notebook paper. 3. 10/18/71- Fm: Adrianne W. Lunsford, To: Holcmobe T. Green. 4. Tri-County Regional Library- Serving Polk, Floyd, Bartow Counties- Director: Emily C. Payne. 5. 10/12/71- The Guardian-Life Insurance Company of America- Fm: Holcmobe T. Green, To: David E. Estes. 6. 07/02/71- Young Harris College- Fm: Douglas Reid Sasser, To: Jimmy Carter 7. 06/15/71- Fm: david E. Estes, To: Holcombe T. Green. 8. 02/12/71- Office of the Governor- Atlanta- Fm: Jimmy Carter, To: Emily c. Payne. 9. Gonernor's Mansion Library Committee: Holcombe Grees, Co-Chairman, John Pattillo, Co-Chairman, Virginia McJenkins, Adrianne Lunsfors, Ira Lois brown, John Bonner, David E. Estes. 10. 07/12/71- Fm: david E.Estes, To: Virginia McJenkin. 11. Governor's Appointments. 12. 03/09/71- Fm: Adranne Lunsford, To: Emily C. Payne- Note. 13. 03/15/71- The Georgia Library- Governor's Mansion- Packet of copies of book filing cards (10 packets). 14. 08/29/72-  Fm: John , To: David- Note. 15. 09/26/72- Southern Technical Institute- Memorandum- Fm: John W. Pattillo, To: Members, Governor's Mansion Library Committee. 16. Governor's Appointments. 17. 05/24/72- The Gaurdian- Life Insurance company of America- To: Henery D. Green. 18. University of Georgia Press- Holcombe T. Green, For: Governor's Mansion Library- invoice (2 pages). 19. 05/16/72- The Reprint Company- To: Holcombe T. Green, Invoice; Amount due: $234.00. 20. The University of Georgia Press- Books in Print 1971- Booklet. 21. Special Committee Governor's Mansion-  05/ 02/72- 07/08/75. 22. Booke about Georgia and the South- From the University of Georgia Press- packet. 23. The University of Georgia Press: Books in Print, 1971- book list. 24. Fm: Margaret B. Kerr, To:John Pattillo- letter. 25. 12/15/71- Fm: Margaret B. Kerr, To: Holcombe T. Green. 26. 07/05/73- Southern Technical Institute- Fm: John W. Pattillo, To: Margaret Kerr. 27. 12/04/73- Southern Technical Institute- Fm: John W. Pattillo, To: Members of the Governor's Mansion Library Committee. 28. 03/13/73- To John- letter. 29- 03/13/73- To Claudia Medori- letter.
Folder 4: Group Travel, January - November 1973Add to your cart.
1. 01/23/73- Fm: Margaret B. Kerr, To: Robert Silman, Travel Agent. 2. 07/03/73- C&S Travel Agency- Fm: Tim Grambley,To: Margaret Kerr. 3. 07/16/73- Fm: Margaret B. Kerr, To: Tim Grambley. 4. 07/12/73- Georgia Library Association- Fm: J Connor, Joseph Zavodny, Margaret Kerr, To: Edward Carlson. 5. 11/07/73- Fm: Margaret B. Kerr, To: Tinothy Grambley.
Folder 5: Gubernatorial Condidates Luncheon Governmental Relations Committee, February 1970 - November 1971Add to your cart.
1. 02/18/70- Thi County Regional Library- Telegram sent 2/18/70 concerning HR15931 Bill on floor Thrusdau, vote crucial. $49,891,00 for LSCA. Contact Congressman today! 2. 05/29/70-  To: Walter Johnson, Director Coastal Plain Regional Library ABAC Satiton. 3. Questions for Candidates. 4. Draft of Questions used. 5. 07/21/70- Tri County Regional Library- Suggestive Questions for the Panel of Gubernatorial Cnadidates. 6. Gubernatoial Candidates Louncheon Expenses- Recipe (2). 7. 07/21/70- Georgia Library Association- Librarians To Meet Gubernatorial Candidates. 8. 07/24/70- To: Walter Johnson. 9. 07/31/70- Gubernatorial Candidates Lucheon- Georgia Library  Association- Program. 10. 08/03/70- Newspaper clippings - 1. State library group hears from candidates (+ copy). 11. 08/04/70- Newspaper clipping- Candidates promise aid to Georgia's libraries. 12. 08/06/70- Newspaper clippings (3)- 1. Ga. Library Association Meers in Atlanta (+ copy), 2. Candidates promise aid to Georgia Libraries, 3. Library Group Fetes Candidates forGovernor. 13. 08/26/70- Atlanta Public Library- Fm: Mary Louise Rheay, To: Emily C. Payne. 14. 09/03/70- Congress of the United States- House of Representatives- Fm: Maston O'Neal, M.C., To: Emily C. Payne. 15. 11/3/71- Newspaper Clipping- christmas Bazaars are planned.
Folder 6: GLA Governmental Reations Committee State LegislatureCorrespondence, 1970-1947Add to your cart.
1. Tri County Regional Library- . 2. The Governmental Relations Committee recommends. 3. Tri County Regional Library- . 4. Written letter Fm: Emily c. Payne. 5. Written letter on legal paper. 6. City of Albany- Georgia- Fm: H. W. Todd. 7. Standards for Service Programs- Appendix A (3 pages). 8. 02/18/70- Telegram- Western Union, Fm: Germaine Krettek; Director ALA Washington. 9. 02/27/70- Telegram- Western Union, Fm: Germaine Krettek; Director ALA Washington. 10. 03/19/70- Telegram- Western Union, Fm: Germaine Krettek; Director ALA Washington. 11. 04/18/70- Telegram- Western Union, Fm: Germaine Krettek; Director ALA Washington. 12. 08/12/70- Telegram- Western Union, Fm: Germaine Krettek; Director ALA Washington. 13. 08/15/70- Telegram- Western Union, Fm: Germaine Krettek; Director ALA Washington. 14. 03/16/71- Tri-County Regional Library- Fm: Emily  c. Payne. 15. 03/18/71- American Library Association- To: Emily c. Payne, Fm: Germaine Krettek. 16. 12/07/71- Ocmulgee Regional Library System- To: Emily C. Payne, Fm: Elizabeth H. Harrington; Senate of the State of Georgia- Appropriations Committee. 17. 01/04/72- Tri-County Regional Library- Legislature agenda. 18. 01/10/72-  Georgia Lbrary Association- To: Emily C. Payne, Fm: Margaret Kerr. 19. 02/14/72- Tri-County Regional Library- Letter Fm: Emily C. Payne. 20. 03/09/72- Letter- To: Elliot L. Richardson, Fm: Emily C. Payne. 21. 05/11/72- Letter- To: Dorthea J. Goodloe, (2 letters). 22. 05/19/72- Letter- To: Margaret Kerr. Fm: H.W.Todd. 23. 05/22/72- Letter- To: Guy D. Chappell, Fm: Emily C. Payne. (2 letters), To: Emily C. Payne, Fm: Guy D. Chappell. 24. 05/25/72- Telegram- Western Union- To: Emily C. Payne, Fm: Germaine Krettek; Director ALA Washington. 25. 05/31/72- Memorandum- To: AAUP Members, Fm: Ward Winer, President of Georgia Tech Chapter, AAUP. 26. 06/13/72- Georgia Library Association- To: Phi;;ip Zeidman, Fm: Margaret Kerr. 27. 08/07/72- Georgia Library Association- To: GLA Members, Fm: Margaret Kerr. 28. 09/08/72- Georgia Southern College- Fm: Richard Hartwell, To: Members of the GLA Information Network. 29. 10/06/72- American Library Association- Fm: Joseph F. Shubert , To: Emily C Payne. 30. 01/29/72- Telegram- Western Union- To: Emily Payne. 31. 12/04/72- Letter- Fm: Emily C. Payne, To: Margaret Kerr. 32. 01/08/73- Letter- Fm: Emily C. Payne, To: Margaret Kerr. 33. 01/25/73- Letter- Fm: Richard H. Cotton, To: Senator Sam Nunn. 34. 02/12/73- Georgai Library Association- Fm: Margaret Kerr, To: Emily C.Payne. 35. 03/26/73- State of Georgia Department of Education- Fm: Carl R. Sandstedt, To: Emily C. Payne. 36. 03/30/73- Telegram- Western Union- To: Emily Payne. 37. 03/30/73-  Emory University- To: Mr. Thaxton, Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Payne, Fm: Tom Seller.\ 38. 04/15/73-  A National Legislative Network for Libraries. 39. 09/12/73- Library Delegation Meets Commissioner of Education. 40. 09/27/73- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Margaret Kerr, To: Eileen D. Cooke. 41. FY 1974 Budget Rumors- To: Emily C. Payne.
Folder 7: Expense Record: GLA Governmental Relations Committee, 1970-1973Add to your cart.
1. Recieipt (3 pages). 2. 05/11/70- Note. 3. 05/28/70- Southern Bell bill. 4. 06/29/70- Southern Bell bill. 5. 1970/1971- Tri-County Regional Library- Governmental Relations Committee Expenditures. 6. 01/71- Cash Receipt. 7. 1972- Governmental Relations Connittee's Expenses- Jan.- Dec. 8. 1972- GLA Governmental Relations Committees' Expenese (3 pages). 9. 01/19/73- Scarf Report- Emily C. Payne. 10. 01/26/73- Southern Bell bill for Tri-County Regional Library. 11. 02/13/73- Southern Bell bill for Tri-County Regional Library. 12. 04/26/73- Southern Bell bill for Tri-county Regional Library. 13. 05/26/73- Southern Bell bill for Tri-County Regional Library. 14. 07/26/73- Southern Bell bill for Tri-county Regional Library. 15. 08/26/73- Southern Bell bill for Tri-County Regional Library. 16. Governmental Relations Committee's Expenses- Thru September 1973), 2 sets. 17. 09/26/73- Southern Bell bill for Tri-County Regional Library. 18. 1973- GLA Governmental Relations Committee's Expenses- Jan. - Dec.
Folder 8: Institutes, Workshops & Meetings Governmentat Relations CommitteeAdd to your cart.
1. Letter. 2. Rough Draft- Mr. John Hayes- Executive Secretary to senator Herman Talmadge. 3. Rough Draft- Mr. Charles Graves- Personal Representative to Congressman John W. Davis. 4. Rough Draft- Mr. James T. McIntyre, Jr., Director- Offie of Planting and Budget. 5. Rough Draft- Dr. L.L. Deck, County School Superintendent, Bibb County. 6. Rough Draft- Mr. Gil Barrett, In Coming President, National County Commissioners. (2 copies). 7. Rough Draft- Dr. Russell Mercer, Director, Federal-State Relations, State Deptarment of  Education. 8. 03/10/72- GLA Workshop Schedule. 9. 07/31/72- Program Proposal- National Endownment for the Humanities. 10. 03/12/73- Tri-County Regional Library- Fm: Emily C Payne. 11. 03/26/73- Letter with memos attached(2 memos). 12. 04/12/73- Georgia Library Association-Governmental Relations Workshop- MaconJunior College (2 copies). 13. 04/12/73- Letter- Fm: Guy D. Chappell, To: Emily Payne. 14. 04/12/73- Report Form- Georgia. 15. 04/13/73- Copy of Letter and original voucher- Fm: Mrs. Horace Howell, To: Emily Payne. 16. 08/14/73- American Library Association- ALA Legislation Committee- Fm: Betsy Hoffman, To: Margatet Kerr. 17. 1973-1974- ALA Legislation Committee- J. Morris Jones-- World Book Encyclopedia-- LAL Goals Award Project- National Legistative Network Plan- To: Eileen D. Cooke. 18. 04/19/73- Georgia College- INA Dillard Russell Library- Fm: Charles E. Beard, To: Emily C. Payne.
Folder 9: Minutes, 1971-1973Add to your cart.
1. The Governmental Relations Committee of the Georgia Library Association- minutes- Fm: Emily C. Payne, Elizabeth D. Moore, Cornelia Lowe, Lousie Trotti, Carlton Rochelle, Walter Murphy, Helen Citron, Chris Sizemore, Elizabeth Rountree, Sarah Maret, Leroy Childs, Mrs. LeRoy Woodward. 2. Committee recommendations. 3. Governmental Relations Committee- letter. 4. Public Library Section of Governmental Relations Committee Members: Sarah E. Maret, Emily H. Anthony, Marcia LrRoux, Betty Kemp, Walter H. Murphy, Corlton Rochell, Luoise Trotti, John R. Banister, Isabel Sorrier, Elizabeth D. Moore. 5. Governmental Relations Committee School Library Network- list of addresses. 6. 10/13/71-Governmental Relations Committee -minutes. 7. 10/71- Report of the Governmental Relational Committee- Fm: Emily Payne. 8. 1971-1973- Governmental Relations Committee- Chairman list. 9. 1972-1973- Report of the Governmental Relations Committee for the Biennium. 10. To: Mr. A. J. McLemore, Fm: Richard Harwell- districts, addresses. 11. 04/28/72- Georgia Southern College- letter- Fm: Richard Harwell, To: John  Pattillo. 12. 1973- Governmental Relations Committee School Library Network- 1st through 10th district addresses.
Folder 10: Scarf- Governmental Relations Committee, 1969 - 1971Add to your cart.
1. Scarfs designed by Frankie Welch- "Ways to enjoy your Frankie Welch signature scarf"- advertising. 2. printed copy of scarf design. 3. 05/19/69- Reprint from NEWSWEEK- Frankie Welch creates a design for scarfs. 4. 07/01/71- Sales Contract- Franies Welch of Virginia, INC.- Total amount due: $5,028.00 (+copy). 5. 04/26/71- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Margaret Kerr, To: Emily Payne- Talks abouth the initial idea for the scarf venture. 6. 05/07/71- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Margaret Kerr, To: Emliy Payne. 7. 06/09/71- Georgia Library Association- Fm: David E. Estes, To: Emily Payne- Estes' suggestions abouth the scarf venture. 8. 10/28/71- The Atlanta Constitution- Welch Scarf Created for Book Lovers.
Folder 11: Governmental RelationsAdd to your cart.
1. Eliminate LSCA for Georgia in School Libraries, Public Libraryies, and College and University Libraries (packet). 2. Public Library Service in the 1st District- A Special Report- Fm: Concerned Friends od Libraries in the 1st Congressional District, To: The honorable G. Elliott Hagan member of Congress. 3. Public Library Service in the 2nd District- A Special Report- Fm: Concerned Friends od Libraries in the 2nd Congressional District, To: The honorable G. Elliott Hagan member of Congress. 4. Public Library Service in the 3rd District- A Special Report- Fm: Concerned Friends od Libraries in the 3rd Congressional District, To: The honorable G. Elliott Hagan member of Congress. 5. Public Library Service in the 4th District- A Special Report- Fm: Concerned Friends od Libraries in the 4th Congressional District, To: The honorable G. Elliott Hagan member of Congress. 6. Public Library Service in the 5th District- A Special Report- Fm: Concerned Friends od Libraries in the 5th Congressional District, To: The honorable G. Elliott Hagan member of Congress. 7. Public Library Service in the 6th District- A Special Report- Fm: Concerned Friends od Libraries in the 6th Congressional District, To: The honorable G. Elliott Hagan member of Congress. 8. Public Library Service in the 7th District- A Special Report- Fm: Concerned Friends od Libraries in the 7th Congressional District, To: The honorable G. Elliott Hagan member of Congress. 9. Public Library Service in the 8th District- A Special Report- Fm: Concerned Friends od Libraries in the 8th Congressional District, To: The honorable G. Elliott Hagan member of Congress. 10. Public Library Service in the 9th District- A Special Report- Fm: Concerned Friends od Libraries in the 9th Congressional District, To: The honorable G. Elliott Hagan member of Congress. 11. Public Library Service in the 10th District- A Special Report- Fm: Concerned Friends od Libraries in the 10th Congressional District, To: The honorable G. Elliott Hagan member of Congress.
Folder 12: HandbookAdd to your cart.
1. 09/28/59- The University of Georgia- the University Library- Fm: W.P Kellam, To: Beverly Wheatcroft (attached to another letter); Fm: Beverly Wheatcroft, To: W.P Kellam. 2. GLA Proposed Conference Manual. 3. 03/11/72- Report of Hand Book Cont.- Work to be done (written in pen on yellow legal paper).
Folder 13: Intellectual Freedom in Libraries, 1948 - 1976Add to your cart.
1. Intellectual Freedom- A Statement of Policy on the Collection and Services of Georgia Libraries. 2. Intellectual Freedom- How Libraries Can Resist Censorship- An Interpretation of the Library Bill of Rights. 3. Georgia Library Association-(Letter)- Fm: John W. Bonner, Jr, Allen Turner Cassity, John T. Fergunson, Evalene P. Jackson, Sarah Jones, James E. Powers, Virgania P. Riley, Sam Fain, To: Librarians (2 copies). 4. Intellectual Freedom- The Right To Read (petition)- Adapted Fm: "The Students' Right To Read," By: The National Council of The Teachers of English. 5. A Statement of Policy on the Collection and Services of Georgai Libraries. 6. Intellectual Freedom- Letter- Fm: Buna Fain (note on a notecard attached). 7. Georgai Library Association- Intellectual Committee Chairman: John Bonner, Jr., Allen Turner Cassity, John T. Fergunson, Evalene P. Jackson, Sarah Jones, James E. Powers, Virginia P. Riley. 8. 06/18/48- Library Bill of Rights. 9. 10/29/57- Emory University- The University Library- Fm: John Banister, Tommie Dora Barker, Evalene Jackson, Virginia McJenkin, Lucile Nix- (attached) A Statement of Policy on the Collection and services of the Library. 10. 12/10/59- Report of the Committee on Intellectual Freedom to the Georgia Library Association. 11. 10/26/61- (copy) Report of the Committee on Intellectual Freedom to the Georgia Library Association. 12. 12/04/61-(letter)- Fm: Edith Foster, To: Tommie Dora Barker. 13. 12/22/61- (packet)- Savana Public Library- Memo on the Foreign Policy Association and the Savannah Public Library-Fm: Geraldine Lemay; (newspaper clipping)- Savannah News- Regional Library Lobby is Charger; (letter) Intellectual Freedom- WSGA- Coastal Broadcasting, INC.- Fm: Duane A. Hatch, To:Tommie Dora Barker;  (letter) FM: Edithe Foster, To: Duane A. Hatch; (letter)- Georgia Library Association- Fm: T.C. Hendrix (Cal), To: Edithe Foster; (letter)- Savannah Public Library- Fm: Geraldine Lemay, To: T.C. Hendrix (Cal). 14. 1961-1963- Report of the Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association for the Biennium- Committee composed of: Tommie Dora Barker, Jean Cochranm Sarha Jones, Virginia McJenkins, Guy Lyle, William Pullen Sam Fain- Fm: Buna Fain. 15. 1963- Intellectual Freedom- Suggested Policy Statement on the selection of Library Material (letter). 16. 01/28/63- Carrllton, Georgia- Fm: Edith Foster, To: James S. Peters; State Department of Eduacation- State Office Building- Fm: James S. Peters, To: Edith Foster. 17. 01/28/63- Fm: Edith Foster,To: Cluade Purcell (letter). 18. 02/01/63- State Department of Education- Fm: Claude Purcell, To: Edith Foster. 19. 02/24/63- Emoty University- Fm: Guy R. Lyle, To: edith Foster (letter). 20. 04/11/64- Report: Intellectual Freedom Committee- Fm: Buna Fain. 21. 04/11/64- Caarnegie Free Library- Report: Intellectual Freedome Committee- Fm: Virginia P. Riley. 22. 05/29/64- Okefenokee Regional Library- Fm: Sam Fain, To: Walter Johnson (letter). 23. 03/11/65- Fm: Kenneth W. Boyd, To: Walter T. Johnson (letter); Newspaper article- Censorship rated Anti-democratic- Atlanta Journal; Fm: Kenneth W. Boyd, To: Euna Fain (letter). 24. 1965-1967- Report of the Intellectual Freedome Committee of the Georgia Library Association for the Biennium 1965-1967- Summitted by: Lila Rice, Wilene Webster, Sarah Jones, Evalene P. Jackson, John Bonner, Jr., Virginia Riley, Edith Foster. 25. 1966- Trustees and Intellectual Freedom- Fm: Jean Smith (letter). 26. 04/29/66- American Library Trustees Association- A Division of the American Library Association- Fm: Alex Allain & Jean Smith, To: Helen M. Fattig (letter). 27. 05/05/66- Bowdoin College Library- Fm: Richard Harwell, Referred by: Helen Fattig, To: John D. M. Folger (letter). 28. 05/06/66- Bowdoin College Library- Fm: Richard Harwell, To: Walter T. Johnston (letter). 29. 10/12/66- American Library Trustee Association- A Division of the American Library Association- Fm: Jean Smith, To: Helen M. Fattig. 30. 11/03/66- Atlanta Public Schools- Fm: Lois Sue Camp, Cc: Hellen Fattig & Henery H. Cobb, To: J. Issac Copeland (copy of a letter). 31. 01/15/67- American Library Trustee Association- A Division of the American Library Association- Fm: Jean Smith, TO: Helen M. Fattig (letter); Trustees and Intellectual Freedom- Fm: Jean Smith. 32. 1967-1969- Report of the Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association for the Binnium 1967-1969- Submitted by:  Mary Glenn Groover, Artyur T. Kittle, Robert N. Smith, Edith Wyatt, Dorothy H. Miller (letter); Intellectual Freedom in Library- a Proposal Statement of Policy for the goergia Library Association; Report of the Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association for the Biennium 1965-1967- Submitted by: Lila rice, Willene Webster, Sarah Jones, Evalene P. Jackson, John Bonner, Jr., Virginia Riley, Edith Foster (letter). 33. 01/24/68- Intellectual Freedom- Fm: Robert N. Smith (copy of letter). 34. 02/15/68- Office for the Intellectual Freedom American Library Association- Fm: Judith F. Krug, To: Jean D. Cochran. 35. 11/01/69- Intellectual Freedom in Libraries- A Statemnet of Policy for the Georgia Library Association: A. Peamble, B.  Authority, C. Areas of Concern. 36. 1961-1971- Intellectual Freedom Committee of GLA- reported for 1969-1971- Submitted by: Mildred Tietjen, Eugenia Abbey, Margaret Baker, William Bridgman, Hallie Brooks, Jean Morgan, Page Riesbol (+5 copies). 37. 03/11/1972- Intellectual Freedom Committee- Minutes- members present: Jane Morgan, Bob Richardson, Ken Boyd, John Banister, Kathleen Allen, Virginia Agilvie. 38. 09/28/72- Hapeville High School- Fm: Jane R. Morgan & Intellectual Freedom Committee, To: All Georgia Librarians; (attached)- Intellectual Freedom Committee- Statement of Policy for the GLA. 39. 09/04/73- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Jane R. Morgan, To: Paul  S. Goethe, Cc: Margaret Kerr & Grace Hightower (letter). 40. 10/03/73- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Jean R. Morgan, Jack Nix (letter). 41. 1947 Winter- Intellectual Freedom- Freedom to Reda Foundation News- addressed to: Mr. Davia E. Estes, Emory University. 42. 03/27/76- Guideline proposed 3/27/76, actions delayed until 10/76 (3 copies).
Folder 14: Intellectual Freedom Committee, 1957- 1982Add to your cart.
1. The Studendt's Right to read- West georgia Regional Library- the Nation Council of Teachers of English (pamplet). 2. The Right To Read- The National Council of the Teachers of English. 3. Georgia Library Association- Fm: John W.Bonner, Jr., Allen Turner Cassity, Mrs. John T. Ferguson, Evalene P. Jackson, Sarah Jones, James E. Powers, Virginia P. Riley, Mrs. Sam Fain. 4. A Statement of Poily on the Collection and Services of Georgia Libraries. 5. Policies Governing Service of Readers Service Unit- Division of Instructional Material and Library Service. 6. Note written on a piece of an envelope attached to a stapled document titled: To be sent to the forman of the Grand Jury and to the chairman of the Board of Education, Savannah--Chatham County. 7. Intellectula Freedom Committee- Committee guidelines (2 copies). 8. Report on Meeting with Paul Kea- this document goes over costs of a workshop, and speaking topics. 9. Intellectual Freedom Committee- Fm: Buna Fain (letter, 2 copies) 10. Written letter- Fm: Edith Wyatt, To: Buna Fain. 11. The Atlanta Journal- Edith Wyatt and Censorship, by Frank Daniel (newspaper clipping). 12. Reoprt: Intellectual Freedom Committee- Puropes of the Intellectual Freedom Committee. 13. 11/07/57- A Statement of Policy in the Collection and Services of the Library- Georgia Library Association (4 copies). 14. 11/07/57- A Suggested Policy Statement on the Selection of Library Materials (2 copies). 15. 09/27/61- Savannah Public Library- Information copy- Fm:Geraldine Lemay, To: Archie L. McNeel, Cc: Miss. Tommie Dora Barker, Frank Sessa. 16. 10/1961- Division of Instructional Materials and Library Service- Book Selection Policies. 17. 11/28/61- Foreign Policy Assn. Material Warning Given. 18. 11/28/61- Librarian Defends Foreign Policy Assn. Marterial. 19. 1959-1961- The Desegragation of Georgia Library Association- Fm: Sarah Jones. 20. 1961-1963- Report of the Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Greogia Library Association for the 1961-1963, Committee composed of: Tommie Dora Barker, Jean Cochran, Sarah Jones, Virginia McJenkins, Guy Lyle, William Pullen, Sam Fain (+copy). 21. 01/10/63- The Atlanta Constitution- Steinbeck Novel Banned by Lowndes School Unit. 22. 01/10/63- Savannah News- Steinbeck's Book Banned at Lowndes. 23. 01/21/63- Waycross Journal-Herald- Dimissed Teacher Plans Fight for Full Year's Pay. 24. 01/22/63- Savannah News- Stephens Teacher to Fight Firing Book Controversy. 25. 01/23/63- The Atlanta Journal- One (or Two) for the Books  on the Library Book Situation, by Pat Watters. 26. 01/28/63- Carrollton, Georgia- Fm: Edith Foster,  To: James S. Peters. 27. 03/01/63- Geogria State College- Fm: William R. Pullen, To: Buna Fain. 28.04/64- Georgia Library Association- Intellectual Committee: John Bonner, Allen Turner Cassity, John T. Ferguson, Evalene P. Jackson, Sarah Jones, James E. Powers,, Virginia P. Riley. 29. 05/20/64- Fm: Sam Fain, John Bonner (letter). 30- 1963-1965- Report: Intellectual Freedom Committee- Purpose of the Intellectual Freedom Committee. 31. 05/13/65- The Atlanta Constitution- State Suing to Ban 10 Books as Smut. 32. 1966- Committee Chairmen- Conference Printed Program/ Georgia Library Association. 33. 12/08/66-  The Atlanta Constitution, Book Test Opposed by Bolton. 34. 1965-1967- Report of the Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association for the Biennium (+ copy). 35. 1967-1968- Members of the Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association. 36. 1967-1969- Intellectual Freedom Committee- The Committee for the biennium 1967-1969 stated this purpose (+ copy). 37. 02/14/69- House Anti-Obscenity Bill is Just Too Obscene to Read. 38. 02/20/69- Atlanta Constitution- Brince Manning, 5 Others Indicted Over 'Smut' Sheet. 39. 02/20/69- Atlanta Constitution- Bills Before the Assembly. 40. 03/04/68- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Jean D. Cochran, To: John Bonner. 41. 1967/1969- Report of the Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association for the Biennium (3 copies). 42. 10/02/69- Memo- To: Intellectual Freedom Committee, GLA, Fm: John W. Bonner. 43. 10/12/69- The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, State Education Officials Back Patrick Henry Book, by Leonard Ray Teel. 44. 10/27/69- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Gail Bowers, To: Jean Cochran (packet of papers). 45. 04/01/70- Wade Lott Memorial Library- Georgia Southwestern College, Fm: Mildred Tietjen, Chairman Intellectual Freedom Committee of GLA, To: Ann Cob, Re: GLA Workshop 1970. 46. 04/13/70- Fm: Jane R. Morgan, To: David Estes. 47. 09/30/71- Intellectual Freedom Committee of GLA Report for 1969-71, summitted by: Mildred Tietjen, Eugena Abbey, Margaret Baker, William Bridgman, Hallie Brooks, Jane Morgan, Page Riesbol. 48. 01/14/72- University of South Florida- Fm: William L.Stewart, Jr., To: William R. Pullen; attached in the address to the Andersonville National Battelfield. 49. 01/19/72- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Margaret Kerr, To: Committee chairman, Re: Spring Workshop; Intellectual Freedom Committee member list. 50. 10/03/72- Hapeville High School- Fm: John M. Givens, To: Intellectuals Freedom Committee GLA. 51. 10/24/72- Office for Intellectual Freedom- American Library Association- Fm: M. Tietjen, To: Margaret Kerr; Notes writen on top of the letter- 11/15/72- Fm: MK, To: Jane. 52. 01/25/73- Fm: Margaret Kerr, To: Patricia R. Harris; note attached Fm: Margaret, To: Jane; 10/27/72- Office for Intellectual Freedom- American Library Association- Fm: Judith F. Krug, To: Ann W. Morton. 53. 03/20/73- Office for Intellectual Freedom- Americam Library Association- Fm: Judith F. Krug, To: Jane Morgan. 54. 09/04/73- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Jane R. Morgan, to: Paul S. Goethe, Cc: Margaret Kerr, Grace Hightower. 55. 09/04/73- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Jane R. Morgan, to: Paul S. Goethe, Cc: Margaret Kerr, Grace Hightower; 10/16/73- State of Georgai Department of Education- Office of School Administrative Services- Fm: Paul S. Goethe, To: Jane R. Morgan. 56. 09/28/73- Fulton County Board of Education- Fm: Jane R. Morgan, To: Committee Members. 57. 12/03/73- (letter) Fm: Jane R. Morgan, To: Jack Nix; 10/03/73- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Jane R. Morgan, To: Jack Nix; 10/16/73- State of Georgia Department of Education Office of the State Superintendent of Schools- Fm: Jack Nix, To: Jane R. Morgan. 58. 01/22/74- State of Georgai Department of Eduacation- Office of the State superintendent of Schools- fm:; Jack Nix, To: Jane R. Morgan; memos attached. 59. 03/22/74- Georgia Library Association- Memorandum- To: Executive Board, Selection Officers, Committee Members, Fm: Mary Louise Rheay, President, Subject: Spring Workshop, Place Ramada Inn, Riverside Macon, Georgia, Date: April 19-20 1974. 60. 04/03/74- Atlanta Public Library- Fm: Mary Louise Rheay, To: Jane R. Morgan. 61. 04/03/74- (letter) Fm: Mary Louise Rheay, To: Jane R. Morgan. 62. 04/19-20/74- (Report to GLA Excutive Secretary)- Intellectual Freedom committee- Fm: Jane R. Morgan. 63. 12/12-14/74- Seminar on Intellectual Freedom and Legislation- Sponsored by the ALA Intellectual Freedom and Legislation Committee- When: Dec 12-13, 1974, Where: Chicago, Illinois- Bismark Hotel.; 10/11/74- (letter) Fm: Edward G. Holley, To: Ann W. Morton. 64. 01/27/75-(letter) Fm: Jeri A. Hall, To: Dr. Noah Langdale. 65. 03/24/75- Mailgram- Western union- Fm: Judith F. Krug, Roger L. Funk, Patricia R. Harris, To: Jane Morgan. 66. 04/14/75- (letter) Fm: Judith F. Krug, To: Jane R. Morgan, Cc: Mary Louise Rheay.; (attached) 04/30/75- Fulton County Board of Education- Fm: Jane R. Morgan, To: Judith F. Krug. 67. 06/19/75- Office for the Intellectual Freedom- American Library Association- Fm: Roger L. Funk, To: Jane R. Morgan.; (attached)-Fulton County Board of Eduacation-Fm: Jane R. Morgan, To: Roger Funk. 68. 10/75- Intellectual Freedom Committee- Fm: Jane R. Morgan (2 copies). 69. 10/21-25/75- Freedom of Expression in Libraries- Georgia Library Association- 1975 Conference. 70. Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association- (letter)- Fm: Gaynelle W. Richardson. 71. 02/02/76- Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association 72. 03/26-27/76- Intellectual Freedom Committee Report- GLA Spring Workshop, March 26/27/1976. 73. 04/09/76- Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association- Fm: Gaynelle W. Richardson. 74. 04/18/76- The Atlanta Journal and Constitution- Conflict Or Not- Own School Bans His Book (newspaper clipping). 75. 09/10/76- Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association- Report of the meeting that took place on September 10, 1976, at 4:00 pm. 76. 10/05/76- Georgia Library Association- (letter) Fm: A. Ray Rowland, To: Lyn Thaxton. 77. 10/29/76- Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association- Notes of a meeting the took place on October 29, 1976, at 4:00pm. 78. 12/10/76- Minutes of the Intellectual Freedom Committee Meeting. 79. 1976/1977- GLA Intellectual Freedom Committee Members, 1976-1977. 80. 02/11/77- Intellectual Freedoms Workshop- The University of Georgai Center for Continuing Eduacation (pamplet). 81. 02/11/77- "Freedoms in Conflict: The Individual's Right to Privacy vs. the Public's Right to Information"- Topic of the Intellectual Freedoms Workshop. 82. 05/13/77- Minutes of the Intellectual Freedom Committee Meeting- The committee Discussed the Following topics: GLA Executive Board Decision, Committee Program at the 1977 GLA Conference, Evaluation of Workshop, Letter to Charles Board. Future Projects of IFC. 83. 08/02/77- Letter writen abouth the history of censorship in their community, and the arrests of book and drug store owners. 84. 1977- Tell Big Brother To Quit Watching You- Notes on the GLA Intellectual Freedom Committee's 1977 Workshop (2 copies). 85. 09/02/82- Dekalb Library System-- Something for All, RatherThan All for Some- To: Public Library Directors in Georgia, Fm: Barbara Loar, Subject: Georgia Intellectual Freedom Manual (bound manual).
Folder 15: Library Development Committee, 1935- 1972Add to your cart.
1. GLA Library Develpoment Committee Subcommittee on State Catalog Service- Schools, Public, Library Deucation Agency. 2. Memo- To: Library Development Committee, Fm: Edith Foster, Chairman, Re: Workshop at Callaway Gardens. 3. Memo- To: Library Development Committee, GLA, Fm: Edith Foster. 4. Tentative Goals for Georgia's Library Programs- Goals for Public Libraries, Goals for School Libraries, Goals for College and Special Libraries, Overall Cooperative Planning, Recruitment and Training, Evaluation, Development and Publicity. 5. Minutes of Library Development Committee Meeting- March 16, from 10:30am to 3:30pm. 6. 1935- A Plan foe Library Development in Georgia- Adopted by the GLA ( booklet). 7. 1935- Library Development Committee- Chairman: John Lewis, Sally Akin, Sarah Jones. 8. 08/20/43- The State Board of Education met in the State Board Room of the State Department of Education on August 20, 1943, at ten a.m.; Members present: W.W. McCay, W.C. Clary, Jr., Eugene Vereen, W.T. Anderson, W.W. Kirby, Mrs. William Schley Howard, Jack Tarver, W.C. Parker, Kay Tipton (large gathered doc.). 9. 03/8-9/44- Georgia Library Asociation Work Conference- Piedmont Hotel, Atalnta Georgia- Planning Now and for the Future (stapled packet) 10. 03/8-9/44- Report from Committee on State and Local Library Service-library buildings, personnel, and training- Mrs. Kitchens, reporting (stapled packet). 11. 06/09/44- Notes on Meeting on Miss McJenkin's Office, Friday, 10:00a.m. CWT,- To Discuss Recommendations to Educational Panel (stapled packet). 12. 08/07-44- (letter)- Fm: Adrianne Wills Lunsford, To: Wayne S. Yenawine. 13. 08/09/44- The University of Georgia - The University Library- (letter) Fm: Wayne S. Yenawine, To: Adrianne Lunsford. 14. 08/16/44- Meeting of the Education Panel of the Agricultural and Industrial Development Board. 15. 08/16/44- Memorandum to: Education Panel of the Georgia Agricultureal and Industral Improvement Board, Fm: Georgia Library Association- Committee mambers: Tommie dora Barker, Dorthy Brewton, Mrs. A.B. Burrus, Elizabeth Donovan, Sarah Jones, Estelle King, Mrs. S.S.Lungford, Margaret Parker, Beverly Wheateroft. 16. 09/04/44- (letter) Fm: Virginia McJenkin, To: Dr. O.C. Aderhold. 17. 10/07/44- Notes on Meeting of Committee Determine Content of Catalog Cards to be Made Available Through the State Department of Education. 18. 11/18/44- Meeting of GLA Committeeto Dicuss State Aid to Libraries. 19. 09/25/45- Meeting of Library Planning Group with Executive Committee of the Georgia library Association, at 11a.m. 20. 10/22/53- Report of the Library Development Committee Georgia Library Association. 21. 05/27/54- (letter) Emory University- Fm: Tommie Dora Barker, To: Sarah Maret. 22. 08/11/54- (letter) Fm: Tommie Dora Barker, To: Sarah Maret. 23. 03/19/55- Minutes of the Library Development Committee of the Georgia Library Association; (letter) Fm: Tommie Dora Barker, To: Sarah Maret; Georgia Library Association- Library Development Committee- Expenses in connection with polling candidates, summer 1954. 24. 05/31/55- Georgia Library Association- To: County and Regional Librarians, Fm: Sarah Maret, Virginia McJenkin, Re: State Library Program. 25. 10/55- Report of the Library Development Committee- Georgia Library Association. 26. 01/24/56- (letter) Georgia Library Association- To: Librarians, Fm: Library Development Committee, Tommie Dora Barker, Re: Legislation. 27. 08/23/56- Library Development Committee of the GLA- Meeting Minutes. 28. 10/57- Report of the Library Development Committee-Georgia Library Association. 29.12/10/59- Recommendation Presented for Adoption by the Library Development Committee to the Georgia Library Association. 30. 12/10/59- Recommendation from the Library Development Committee Presented to the Georgia Library Association. 31. 12/59- Report of the Library Development Committee Georgia Library Assocation. 32. 03/09/61- (letter) To: Members of the GLA Excutive Board, Fm: Eloise T. Jones, Re: Goals for Georgia Libraries. 33. 10/61- Report of the Library Development Committee GLA; Tentative Goals for Georgia's Library Programs. 34. 05/25/62. Minutes of the Georgia Library Association Library Development Committee. 35. 05/63-Goals for georgia's Library Programs- Goals for Public Libraroes, Goals for School Libraries, Goals fof College and Special Libraries, Overall Cooperative Planning, Reruitment and Training, Evaluation, Development, and Publicity, Financing of Libraries- Developed by: Tommie Dora Barker (2 copies). 36. 10/17/63- Georgia Library Association- Library Development Committee Report- sumitted by: Robert N. Smith. 37. 1965- Goals and Standards for Georgia's Public Libraries-Goals, Standards, Services, Personnel, Financial Support, Buildings. 38. 1963/1965- Biennial Report of Library Development Committee, GLA- Sumitted by: Tommis Dora Barker, Sara Hightower, Porter Killam, Virginia McJenkin, Jo Severinghaus, Mary S. Waddell, Wessie connel, Edith Fodter; (letter) Fm: Walter T. Johnson; Statement of Concern about Possible Change in State Library Order Procedure. 39. 03/16/65- MEMO- To: library Development Committee and Others who Participated in the Meeting of LDC at Piedmot Hotel, F: Edith Foster. 40. 10/02/65- MEMO- To: Library Development Committee, Fm: Edith Foster, Re: Biennial Report. 41. 02/16/66- Proposal- To: Library Development Committee- Southeastern Library Association, Fm: GLA, Atlanta university School of Library Service, Georgia Institute of Technology School of Information Science, Emory University Division of Librarianship. 42. 06/10/66- Library Development Committee- Meeting Minutes (3 copies). 43. 06/10/66- Meeting of Library Development Committee- GLA- Agenda: Reports, Areas for Discussion. 44. 06/10/66- Library Development Committee- Meeting report- submitted by: Virginai McJenkin. 45. 06/30/66- (2 letter) Fm: Helen M. Fattig, To: Jack P. Nix; (letter) Fm: Helen M. Fattig, To: James S. Peters; Goals and Srandards for Georgia's Public Libraries. 46. 09/14/66- "Move Georgia Forward with Ellis Arnal of Governor"- (letter)- Fm: Ellis Arnall, To: Virginia McJenkin. 47. 10/11/66- MEMO- To: GLA Library Development Committee members, Fm: Virginia McJenkins (2 copies). 48. 09/05/67- Statement on Librarians by Elmo Ellis, and General Manager of WSB Radio, Atlanta to the National Advisory Commissionon Libraries. 49. 11/67- Library Development Committee- Meeting Report. 50. 11/67- Report of the Library Development Committee-GLA- submitted by: Tommie Dora Barker, Wessie Connell, Sara Hightower, John Hall Jacob, Mrs. Linda Johnson, Porter Killam, Mrs. Nelson Severinghaus, Virginia McJenkin. 51. 12/16/67- To: The Executive Board, Georgia Library Associations, Fm: Mrs. Helen M. Fattig, Re: Report of GLA Activities. 52. 03/18/68- Fulton County Board of Education- Memo- To: Dr. A. Venable Lawson, Fm: Virginia McJenkin, 53. 03/29/68- Library Development Committee- Report- Fm: Virginia McJenkins (3 copies). 54. 11/20/68- Fulton County Board of Education- Inter- Office Communication- To: Venable Lawson, Fm: Virginia McJenkins. 55. 12/13/68- Library Development Committee- GLA- Minutes for meeting Dec. 13, 1968, State Office Building (2 copies). 56. 04/25/69- Special GLA Committee to Make Recomemdations on the State Catalog Service- Chairman: Virginia McJenkin (2 copies). 57. 05/25/70- Emory University- Memo- To; Library Development Committee GLA- Fm: Venable Lawson. 58. 04/11/70- Georgia Library Association- Library Development Committee- Meeting: Saturday, April 11, 1970- Attending: Julian Bond, Tony Dees, Richard Leacy, Ann Woodward, Venable Lawson (3 copies). 59. 04/22/70- letter- Fm: Venable Lawson, To: Charles A. Jones; Truett McConnell College-letter- Fm: Charles A. Jones, To: Venable Lawson; Report from meeting of college and university section- Westchester School. 60. 1970/1971- Library Development Committee- Officers & Ex-Officio. 61. 03/10/72- Library Development Committee GLA- Minutes of meeting March 10,1972 (2 copies). 62. (Folder)- Committees- Library Development:       08/23/56- Library Development Committee Meeting Report-  sumitted by: Beverly Wheatcroft.       06/28/74- Georgia Library Association Developmnet Committee- Minutes of Joint Committee Meeting with the Board of Regents Subcommittee on Media and the Medical College of Georgia.       04/19/74- Report- GLA Development Committee Meeting- submitted by: Elizabrth Cole, Cc: Mary Louise Rheay.       04/03/74- Committee members- Fm: Mary Louise Rheay, To: Elizabeth Cole.
Folder 16: Library Planning Committee, 1938-1940Add to your cart.
1. 10/30/38- Georgia Library Association Lunchon Meeting During Southeastern- Library Association Meeting in Atlanta- Friday October 30, 1938 at Tavern Tea Room. 2. 12/05/38- State Library Planning Committee Meeting in Atlanta Monday, Dec. 1938. 3. 03/02/40- State Library Planning Committee Meeting- submitted by: Virginia McJenkin. 4. 10/23/40- State Library Planning Committee Meeting- submitted by: Virginia McJenkin.
Folder 17: Library Standards CommitteeAdd to your cart.
1. 1969- Georgia Library Association- Committee on School Library Standards- submitted by: Madge Bowen, sarah Jones, margaret Kerr, Sara Lamon, Ruth White, Grace Hightower, Esthere Blakeslee (2 copies). 2. 1967/1969- Report to Georgia Library Association from School Library Standards Committee- submitted by; Esthere O. Blakeslee, Madge Bowen, Sarah Jones, Margaret Kerr, Sara Lamon, Ruth White, Grace Hightower. 3. 1970- Copy- The School Library Standards Committee- President: Mrs. Esthere Blakeslee. 4. 01/24/70- To all members of School Library Standards Committee of GLA- Chairman: Esthere C. Blakeslee. 5. 10/28/71- Report to Georgai Library Association from School Library Standards Committee- submitted by: esthere O. Blakeslee, Ruth White, Madge Bowen, Deborah S. Fouch, Evangeline shigley, Cornelia Easley, Grace Hightower (3 copies) 6. 02/01/72- letter- Fm: Margaret Kerr, Evangeline Shigley.; Douglas County Board of Eduacation- letter- Fm: Evangeline H. Shigley, To: Margaret Kerr. 7. 02/01/72- letter- Fm: Margaret Kerr, To: Elizabeth Rountree. 8. 03/10-11/72- Holidat Inn of Callaway Gardens- Library standards Committee. 9. 09/10/73- Standards Committee- submitted by: David Lyon, Elizabeth Roundtree, Elizabeth Cole, Charles Jones, Mrs. F.H. Mendenhall, Van Shigley (2 copies). 10. 09/29/75- The University of Georgia- College of Education- letter- Fm: Charles A. Jones, To; David E. Estes. 11.09/29/75- The University Library- College of Education- Fm: Charles A. Jones (2 copies).
Folder 18: Library Career Committee, 1951- 1972Add to your cart.
1. PEANUTS- comic strip bookmark- about choosing librarianship as a career. 2. You Will Like Being A Librarian if- Pamplet- Parpared by the: Committee on Librarianship as a Career- GLA (8 copies). 3. The GLA Librarianship as a Career Committee and National Library Week. 4. Georgia Library Association Planning Workshop- Callaway Gardens- Librarianship as a Career- Chairman: Mildred Campbell. 5. 10/51- Report of the Committee on Library Work as a Career- Georgia Library Association, Submitted by: Grace Hightower,  Richard Jarwell, Mary Louise Rheay, Agnes Reagan. 6. 09/53- Proposed Minimal Standards Terms of Employment- Working Conditions- Work schedules, Holiday, Rest Period, Meal hour, attendence ar Professional or Allied conferances and Meetings, Retirement, Contracts, Vactions with pay, Sick Leave, Insurance, Special Leaves. 7. 10/53- Report of the Committee on Library Work as a Career. 8. 11/55- Reoprt of the Committee on Library Work as a Career. 9. 06/06/56- State Department of Education- letter- Fm: Roxanna Austin, To: Neil H. Bateman. 10. 07/25/57- Kansas State Teachers College- Fm: John F. Harvey, To: Library Association Presidents; The Joint Committee on Librarianship as a Career. 11. 11/09/57- Committee on Library Work as a Career- Report at Savannah metting GLA- submitted by: W.T. Johnston, Anges L. Reagan, Frances Rees, Willene Webster, Roxanna Austin. 12. 12/57- Joint Committee on Library Work as a Career- Miss Alice Ruf; The Joint Committee on Library Work as a  Career- The Profession's Recruiting Committee- Information Provided for Your Use. 13. 1960/1961- Report of the Committee on Library Work as a Career of the Georgia Library Association for the period 1960-1961. 14. 10/16/61- Fulton County Board of Education- Memo- To: Committee members- GLA Library Education section- Committee on Library Training, Opportunities, Fm: Virginig McJenkins, Re: Questionnaires to obtain informantion on undergraduate training oportunities for school and public libraries; attached  is the questionnaire. 15. 04/25/63- letter- To: Phillip Bentley, Fm: David E. Estes, Walter Johnston, Linda Johnston, carolyn Rainey, Ruth Miller, Frances Rees. 16. 10/17/63- Report of the Committee on Librarianship as a Career- Fm: Davis E. Estes, To: Edith Foster. 17. 03/65- Committee on Library Work as a Career- Georgia Library Association- letter- fm: Mildred Cambell, To: Library Assistans. 18. 04/24-26/65- Librarianship as a Career Committee Report at 1965 GLA Convention. 19. 04/23/66- Librarianship as a Career Committee 1967 GLA Conference Report (3 copies). 20. PEANUTS-comic strip bookmark; 09/01/68- To: Guidance Personnel, Fm: Librarianship as a Career Committee, GLA, Subject: Careers in Librarianship. 21. 12/16/66- Georgia Southwestern College- Librarianship as a Career Committee. 22. 1967/1969- Georgia Library Association- Librarianship as a Career Committee Report 1967-1969-Submitted by: Mary Baxter, Jund Cawton, John Clemons, Marjorie McKenzie, Carman Morgan, Neal Bateman (4 copies). 23. 1967/1969- Report of Librarianship as a career Committee- 1968-1969- Georgia Library Association Submitted by: Mary Baxter, Jund Cawton, John Clemons, Marjorie McKenzie, Carman Morgan, Neal Bateman (2 copies). 24. 11/24/69- Georgia College -letter- Fm: Nell Bateman, To: David E. Estes. 25. 08/06/70- Georgia College- letter- Fm: Nell Bateman, To: David E. Estes. 26. 09/14/70- Georgia College- letter- Fm: Nell Bateman, To: David E. Estes. 27. 10/26/70- Georgia College- letter- Fm: Nell Bateman, To: David E. Estes. 28. 12/01/70- Office for Recruitment- American Library Association- letter- Fm: Peggy Barber, To: David E. Estes. 29. 03/10/72- The Librarianship as A Career Committee-minutes for March 10, 1972 meeting (notes are written on the back of Holiday Inn stationary).; Attached- half a legal sheet listing the names of those present for this meeting.
Folder 19: Library Services to the Aging Population, 1960-1961Add to your cart.
1. 1960/1961- Georgia Library Association- Committee on Library Sercices to the Aging- Report: 190-1961- Chairman: Eunice Coston.
Folder 20: Membership Committee, 1966- 1977Add to your cart.
1. Membership Lists-(folder)       1966/1967- Membership- First District G.E.A. Meeting Savannah- Nov. 4, 1966.       1967/1968- Membership List CYPL 1967-1968.       1968/1969- CYPL Members 1968-1969.       1969/1970- 1st District Members Library DepartmentGEA 1969-70. 2. Report of the Membership Committee- Marion Taylor, Chairman-(attached) two paices of notebook paper with note written on them in ink. 3. Georgia Library Association- letter- Fm: Ann N. Cobb, To: Colleague. 4. Joint Collection of Membership Dues- Document Fm: Roxanne Austin. 5. 04/55- Number of Georgia Library Members- Total: 406. 6. 12/10/59- Report of the Membership Committee- Georgia Library Association- letter- submitted by: W.P. Kellam, Evan Farber, Frances Kaiser, Lucile Mix, Mrs. Nelson severinghaus, Marion Talyor, Elizabeth Whiteshead. 7. 10/63- Report of special Membership Policy Committee- To: GLA Excutive Board, submitted by: sara Hightower, dale Barker, John R. Banister. 8. 1963/1965- Membership Committee- submitted by: Robert W. Bullen. 9. 1965/1967- Membership Committee Report- submitted by: JoAnne Pelletier Stratton (3 copies). 10. 02/23/68- letter- Fm: Jean D. Cochran, To: Mabel Stradley. 11. 08/01/68- letter- Fm: Jean D. Cochran, To: Mabel Stradley. 12. 12/30/68- Georgia Library Association- letter-Fm: Jean D. Cochran, To: Membership Committee. 13. 09/25/69- Membership Committee- September 1969- Executive Board allocated, expenses, postage and letters. 14. 1969/Spring- Georgia Library Association- letter- Fm: Ann N. Cobb, To: Colleagues. 15. 10/03/69- letter- Fm: Jean D. Cochran, To: Marbel Stradley. 16. 10/26/71- Georgia Library Association-Report of the Membership Committee- submitted by: Barbara Bronson, Hallie B. Brooks, John Patttillo, Katheleen E. Scruggs, Ellen L. summer, Ursuline B. Ingersoll. 17. 03/10-11/72- Recommendation from Membership Committee- GLA- Callaway Garden (written on a piece of notebook paper). 18. 09/20/77- Georgia Librrary Association- GLA Proposed Dues Schedule. 19. Committee-Membership-(folder)         1971/1975- from the desk of Ann W. Morton- Membership Report Comparative Figures 1971-1975.         03/21/75- Northwest Georgia Regional Hospital at Rome-letter- Fm: Mary K. Slack, To; Mary Louise Rheay; 03/14/75- Northwest Georgia Regional Hospital at Rome-letter- Fm: Mary K. Slack, To; Mary Louise Rheay; 01/22/75- Georgia Library Association- Double Impact for GLA- Membership Committee; Georgia Library Association-Memorandum- To: GLA Section Chairman, Fm: Membership Committee.         Georgia Library Association- letter- Fm: Mary Louise Rheay, To: Martha Hooks.         04/03/74- Districts 1-10 Committee Members- Fm: Mary Louise Rheay, To: Mary Slack
Folder 21: Mental Health, 1953- 1965Add to your cart.
1. Report of the Georgia Library Association Committee to work with the Georgai Association for Mental Health Legislative Committee; Note written on scrap paper clipped to the document- Committee Report mary Frances Slurge- Mental Health Association. 2. Amendments to By-Law of Better Health Council of Georgia. 3. This is Your Metal Health Association (pamplet). 4. Georgia Association for Mental Health- News Letter- Activities Supported Entirely by Your Voluntary Contributions- mailed to: Sarah Maret. 5. An Invitation to Affiliate with the Better Health Council of Georgia. 6. 1952/1953- Better Health- A Newsletter of the Better Health Council of Georgia- Progress to Better Health Council 1952-1953, Future Projects. 7. 06/12/53- Better Health Council of Georgia- letter- Fm: Kathleen Wilkinson-Wootten, To: Sara Hightower. 8. 02/54- Better Health- A Newsletter of the Better Heath Council of Georgia- A New Acting President for the Counil, Local Health Council, Health legislation, Fluoridation Programs in U.S. Now Serve over 16 Million Persons, Georgia Heart Association, Medical Forums, Local Health Services. 9. 02/01/54- letter- Fm: Sarah E. Maret, To: Roxanna Austin. 10. 03/03/54- Better Health Council of Georgia- letter- Fm: Tully T. Blalock, To: Sarah Hightower. 11. 02/55- Better Health-A Newsletter of the Better Health Council of Georgia. 12. 06/15/55- Better Health Council of Georgia- To: Members of the Better Health Council of Georgia, Fm: Mrs. Bruce Schaefer, Subject: National Health Forum. 13. 11/03/55- Report of the committee to work with the Georgia Association for Mental Health Legislative Committee, To: Sarah E. Maret, Fm: Mary Frances Slinger. 14. 10/09/1961- Lanier Lake Regional Library- To: Mrs. Eloies T.Jones, Subject: Report of activities of committee on Mental Health. 15. 11/22/63- The Georgia Association for Mental Health, INC.- letter- Fm: Frank A. Smith, To: Edith L. Foster; Constitution and By-Laws; 01/17-18/64- Georgia Association for Mental Health Annual Meeting and Conference. 16. 03/10/64- Georgia Association for Mental Health, Inc- letter- Fm: Frank Adams Smith, To: Miss. Neil Kelley. 17. 09/64- Crossroads- Georgia;s New Mental Health Program- Flyer. 18. 09/10/65- The Georgia Association for Mental Health, INC.- Announcment and Invitation- To: All Citizens and Public Officials of: Irwin, Ben Hill, Wilcox, Turner, Crisp, Dooly, Sumter, Schley, Marion, Webster, Tift, Colquitt, Mitchell, Baker, Worth, Doughtery, Lee, Terrell, Calhoun, Randolph, and Clay Counties, Fm: James L. Bentley, Subject: Regional Mental Health Meeting, Friday, October 1, Albany, Ga, at the Dougherty County Health Center. 19. 11/04/65- letter- submitted byL Eugenia J. Sparrow.
Folder 22: Nominating Committee, 1947-1974Add to your cart.
1. Special Committee- Nomianting-(folder       The Nominating Committee of the Georgia Library Assocation submits the following nominations: For 1st Vice- President: Ray Rowland, For 2nd Vice- President: Mrs. Mary Slack, For Treasurer: Miss Diana Dayton- GLA Nominating Committee: Mrs. Linda johnston, Miss, Frances Kaiser, Miss, marie Morris, Mrs. Juanita Stewart, Miss. Louise Trotti, Miss. Lillian Newman.       11/19/73- letter- Fm: Miriam L. Hornback, To: Ann W. Morton.       07/05/74- letter- Fm: mary Louise Rheay, To: Sara Hightower       07/31/74- letter- Fm: Mary Louise Rheay,To: Ursuline B. Ingersoll; Written on a notecard and clipped to the letter- Nominating Committee: David Estes (chairman), Walter Johnston (public), Anne Woodward (trustee), Noel Lambert (special), Ursuline Ingerstoll (school).       08/13/74- The Board of Public Education for the City of Savannah and the County of Chatham- letter- fm: Ursuline B. Ingerstroll, To: Mary Louise Rheay. 2. 03/27/47- Georgia Library Assocation- Nominations- For President: Eunice Coston, For 1st Vice- President: Hassie McElveen, For 2nd Vice-President: Mabel White, Secretary-Treasurer: Sara Hightower. 3. 1945-1947- Nominating Committee Report- Submitted by: T.D. Barker, Katherine Carnes, Eunice Coston. 4. 1947-1949- Report of the Nominiating Committee- Committee Members: Evelyn Fritz, Virginia Riley, Virginia McJenkin (2 copies). 5. 1951-1953- Georgia Library Association Nominating Committee Report-1951- submitted by: Eunice Coston, Myrtel Blackmon, Hassie McElveen. 6. 1951/1953- Georgia Library Association- Reprot of Nominating Committee- Submitted by: Marie Mann, Frances Saxon, Evelene Jackson. 7. 1955/1957- Georgia State College for Women- Nominating Committee- submitted by: Jean Cochran, Elizabeth Jones, Agnes B. Browder. 8. 1957/1959- Report of the Nominating Committee of the Georgia Library Association- Propsed Slate of Officers for 1957/1959- submitted by: Mytel Blackmon, Dorthy V. Spence, Evelyn Fritz. 9. 1959-1961- The Nominating Committee- Report- Submitted by Walter Johnson, Sarah Maret, Sara Hightower. 10. 03/03/69- Geprgia Library Association- memo- To: Members of GLA Excutive Board, Fm: Jean D. Cochran, Subject: Nominating Committee. 11. 11/13/70- letter- To: Buna Fain, Fm: David E.Estes, Robert W. Woodruff. 12. 01/09/71- letter- To: Buna Fain, Fm: David E.Estes, Robert W. Woodruff. 13. 10/27/71- Report of GLA Nominating Committee- submitted by: Julia Bond, Dorothea Goodloe, Sam Fain (3 copies). 14. 03/10/72- Nominating Committee Meeting Report- submitted by: Lillian Newman.
Folder 23: Committee on PersonnelAdd to your cart.
1. Summation- Questionnaire- Georgia Library Association Committee on Personnel. 2. Report on Survey of Georgia Library Personnel.
Folder 24: Personnel, 1950-1951Add to your cart.
1. Salaries Committee- Personnel- letter- To Administrators with 3 or More Professional Staff Members- Fm: Ola M. Wyeth. 2. 11/29/50- letter- Fm: Mrs. J. Henley Crosland, To: Elizabeth Jones, Evalene Jackson, Evelyn Fritz, Miss. Ola Wyeth (the same letter written to four separate people). 3. 12/04/50- Savannah Public Library- letter-Fm: Ola M. Wyeth, To: J. Henley Crosland; 12/07/50- letter- Fm: J. Henley Crosland, To: Ola M. Wyeth. 4. 12/05/50- The University of Georgia- The University Library- letter- Fm: Evelyn Fritz, To: J. Henley Crosland; 12/07/50- letter- To: Evelyn Fritz. 5. 12/06/50- College Park High School- letter- Fm: Elizabeth Jones, To: J. Henley Crosland. 6. 12/13/50- Emory University- Division of Librarianship- letter- Fm: Evalene P. Jackson, To: J.Henley Crosalnd. 7. 12/14/50- letter- Fm: J.Henley Crosland, To: Ola M. Wyeth. 8. 01/17/51- letter- Fm: J.Henley Crosland, To: R.L. Bateman; 12/12/50- letter- Fm: J. Henley Crosland, To: R.L. Bateman. 9. 01/17/51- letter- Fm: J. Henley Crosland, To: Ola M. Wyeth. 10. 01/19/51- letter- Fm: R.L. Bateman, To: J. Henley Crosland. 11. 02/21/51- letter: Fm: J. Henley Crosland, To: Carloyn R. Smith. 12. 02/26/51- The University of Georgia- College of Education- letter- Fm: Carolyn Smith, To: Dorothy Crosland.
Folder 25: Georgia Libraries, 1932-1966Add to your cart.
1. Letter- Fm: Jean Cochran. 2. Report of the Division of General Extension of the University of Georgia. 3. Present Status of Libraries in Georgia. 4. 1932- Georgia Library Commission- Report of Contest for Small Libraries Conduction by rhe Georgia Library Association. 5. 1934- Report of the contest for Small Libraries Conducted by the Georgia Library Association during 1934. 6. 1939- The Library's Bill of Rights. 7. 1953- County and Regional Meeting- Tentative Report on Gaols and Standards for Georgia Public Libraries. 8. 1966- Library- A reprint from the world book encycloedia (booklet). 9. 02/14/66- Altanta Public Schools- Report to Excutive Board- Georgia Library Association- Fm: Lous Sue Camp; letter- Fm: Helen M. Fattig, To: Lois Sue Camp; letter- Fm: Helen M. Fattig, To: Esthere Blakeslee, Elizabeth Sorrier, Sara Lamon, Ida Bullen, Ruth White.
Folder 26: Newspaper clippings, 1971Add to your cart.
1. Pictures- 1971 Conference. 2. 06/29/71- The Atlanta Constitution- Dr. West Wins Distinguished Library Service Award-  (2 copies). 3. 10/14/71- The Brunswick News- Prize-Winning Author to Speak at GLA Meeting. 4. 10/14/71- Brunsiwick Public Library-letter- Fm: Virginia Shields, David E. Estes; newspaper clipping attached. 5. 10/15/71- Georgia's Costal Illustrated- Georgia Library Association Meets on Jekyll at the end of the month. 6. 10/15/71- The Jekyll Islander- newspaper (2 copies). 7. 10/18/71- American Library Association-letter- Fm: Germaine Krettek, To: David E.Estes. 8. 10/20/71- Brunswick News- Dean Rusk Listed As GLA Speaker; To Be on Jekyll- newspaper clipping. 9. 10/21/71- Brunswick Public Library- letter- Fm: Virginia Shields,To: Jean Cornn. 10. 10/21/71- Glynn Reporter- Library- newspaprer clipping (2 copies). 11. 10/22/71- Times-Union- Local and State news- Library Unit to Hear Spier- clipping. 12. 10/25/71- Savannah Morning News- Rusk To Speak At GLA Meeting- newspaper clipping. 13. 10/27/71- Decatur-Dekalb News-  De Kalbite To Lead Library Meet at Jekyll- newspaper clipping. 14. 10/28/71- The Glynn Reporter- Newspaper.-Valdosta Chamber Dinner No leasson to be Drawn World War III, Wont Be Enough Left-Rusk. Waycross journal -Herald. 1/7/1971.
Folder 27: Publicity, 1946 - 1975Add to your cart.
1. Publicity Committee- Membership, Duties, Co-Chairman. 2. Report of Georgia Library Association Publicity Committee (formerly National Library Week Committee)- submitted by: Roxanna Austin, Lda Bullen, Rosemary Bates Eversole, Jane Krumrine, A. Venable Lawson, Geraldine Le Mary, Hassie McElveen, Jane Norcross, Emily Payne, Ray Rowland, Jo Severinghaus, Chris Sizemore, Carlton J. Thaxton, Margaret Walker, Ellen Turner. 3. 03/22/46- letter- To: Librarians, Fm: Lucile Nix, Roxanna Austin. 4. 1968- Georgia Library Services- Public Library Services in Georgia. 5. 1969- Report of Georgia Library Association Publicity Committee- Jean Cornn (4 copies). 6. 1969- Georgia's Libraries for Georgia's People- Library Patron, Public Library Services in Georgia , School Library Services in Georgia, College and University Service in Georgia, Special Libraries in Georgia (2 copies). 7. 1970/1971- GLA Publicity (folder)     GLA Public Relations Contest     10/01/75- GLA Publicity Contest     GLA Public Relations Contes 1975- certificates (3). 8. 01/12/72- To: Margaret Kerr, Fm: Jean Cornn, Subject: Appointment To Committee; (attached)- Recommendations For GLA Publicity Committee. 9. 02/29/72- Report of Meeting- GLA Publicity Committee- "Knowledge Power"- Statewide Theme for National Library Week, April 16-22, Obsercance of International Book Year, Disseminationof Iinformation to the Press and Record Keeping of Clippings, Closer Liaison with Other GLA Committees. 10. 01/19/73- Publicity- Interim Report- GLA Publicity Committee; (attached) Presidential Politics 72- booklet; Literature on Russia- Atlanta Public Library- booklet. 11. 11/03/73- Augusta Herald- Augustan is Named to Library Office- Ray Rowland- newspaper clipping. 12. Publicity Comm- (envelope)       1974/1975- Biennial Report- Publicity Committee, GLA- GLA Publicity Contest; letter- dekalb Library System- fm: Barbara J. Loar, To: Diane Dayton; GLA Public Relations Constest; release- 10/23/75-  Georgia Library Association (2 copies).       1974- Gla P.R. Workshop- Booklet.       1974- Comments from Attendees- GLA P.R. Workshop.       1974- GA Library Association P.R. Workshop- Atlanta- Reoprt To Executive Board.       08/13/74- The Atlanta Journal- Winner Named for Scholarship- Sally Ann Somers; 08/15/74- Decatur Dekalb News- Mrs. Somers Awarded Hubbard Scholarship.       1974/1975- Dekalb Library system- 1974/1975 Biennium Report- Publicity Committee.       1974/1975- Statemnet of Financial Position- GLA Publicity Committee.       11/22/74- Report to the Executive Board- GLA- Public Relations Workshop.       1974/1975- Publicity Booth for GLA 1975- Biennial Conference.       1974/1975- Photography Project for GLA 1975- Biennial Conference. 13. Publicity Comm.- (envelope)       1974/1975- Statement of Financial Position GLA Publicity Committee 1974-1975 Biennium.       11/22/74- Report to the Executive Board- Georgia Library Association- Public Relations Workshop.       1974/1975- Publicity Booth for GLA 1975- Biennial Conference.       1974/1975- Photography Project for GLA 1975- Biennial Conference; GLA- Publicity Committee- 1975 Conference.       1974/1975- GLA Publicity Contest; 10/06/75- Dekalb Library System- letter- Fm: barbara J. Loar, To: Diana Dayton; GLA Public Relations Contest; 10/23/75- GLA-Release- Fm: Barbara J. Loar.       1974- GLA P.R. Workshop- booklet. 14. Publicity- Folder       Publicity- names and addresses of members and the schools or counties that tey represent.       01/03/69- Publicity Committee- Committee Chairman fm 1947 to 1957- National Library Week 1959 to 1975.       08/15/74- Decatur- Dekalb News- Mrs. Somers Awarded Hubbard Scholarship- newspaper clipping.       11/74- Statement of Financial Position- GLA Publicity Committee 1974/1975 Biennium.       11/13/74- The Atlanta Journal- Library Group- Winner Named for Scholarship- newspaper clipping.       11/22/74- Report to the Exceutive Board- GLA- Publicity Relations Workshop.       10/08/75- Dekalb Library System- memo- To: Committee Members, GLA Publicity Committee, Fm: Barbara Loar, Subject: Publicity Contest Winners.       10/22/75- Marietta Daily Journal- GLA's President's Reception to Honor Cobb Director- copy of newspaper clipping; Stone Mountain Neighbor- Local Librarians Head committees for Confab; Deklab News- Librarians Gather- newspaper clipping; Journal- N. Dekalb- 1000 Librarians to meet at Parley the week; The Atlanta Constitution- William Manchester Set to Address Library Meet- newspaper clipping; The Atlanta Constitution- West Georgia Librarians Receives Nix-Jones Award.       11/28/75- Dekalb Library System- letters- Fm: Barbara Loar       01/06/76- Dekalb Library System- letter- Fm: Violet M. Somers, To: Mary Louise Rheay; 12/03/75- Dekalb Library System- letter- Fm: Barbara Loar, To: Ann W. Morton (2 copies); 11/74- Statement of Financial Position- GLA Publicity Committee 1974/1975 Biennium(2 copies).       03/26-27/76- Report of the Publicity Committee- submitted by: R. D. Williams.       1976/1977- News Release- GLA Elect New Officers for 1976- 1977 and Section Chairman. Committees- Publicity (folder)         11/19/74- Atlanta Public Library-Interoffice Memo- To: Miss Rheay, Fm: Ms. Cornn, Subject: Georgia library Association Publicity Workshop- Friday Nov. 22; Biographical Sketch- Gene Dyson.         1974- GLA P.R. 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