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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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[Box 83: GLA Files - assorted],
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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: GLA records committeeAdd to your cart.
Gla records file Ann Cobb Small note paper with names Sarah Jones, Chair Virginia McJenkin Anne Cobb David E. Estes
Folder 2: GA Library Association Tax Return, 1998, 01/20/99-05/02/99Add to your cart.
1. Short Form Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax 1998 2. GLA Grants & Scholarships, 1998, Hubbard Scholarships, LaLoria Fontaine $1500.00, Leslie Lowe Preston $750.00, Valerie Frey $1500.00, Deborah S. Thrasher, $750.00, Nix-Jones Award, William Gray Potter $100.00, NMRT Grant, Heather Dray $250.00, Paraprofessional Grants, Mary Holt $300.00, Stacey Overstreet $300.00, Wendy Wimoth $300.00, Carole Kissell $300.00, Darlene Scarff $300.00. 3. Federal Statements, GLA 1998. 4. Application for Extension of Time To File Certain Excise, Income, Information, and Other Return, 5/2/1999 5. Federal Exempt Organization Tax Summary (EZ), Georgia Library Association.
Folder 3: GLA Print Project, 03/26/71 - 06/08/72Add to your cart.
1. Repport of the committee to list Georgia works of historical interest needed and sutable for reprint. 10/05/71 2. Letter from David E. Estes, to Mr. Thmas E.Smith; Zubly 06/08/72 3. Response to Mr. Estes letter. Correction of Zubly. 05/24/72 4. Letter conserning a progress reporte. From Thomas E. Smith, to Mr. Devis E. Estes 04/25/72 5. Lettre conserning final report of GLA printing project. 02/07/72 6. List of GA state and out of state libraries, individuals and organisations odering books. 01/31/72 7. Order blank and annaunsement letter. 10/71 8. Announsement letter with the list of books will be printed. 9. List of GA libraries oddering books. 12/07/71 10. List of College and Universities oddering books. Bill. Letter to Mr. Estes from Mr. E. Smith. 11/17/71 11. Recommendation of the Professioanl Library Committee 10/28/71 12. Letter From Thomas E. Smith, to Mr. Devis E. Estes 10/18/71 13. Letter. Augusta-Richmond County Public Library. Mary Glenn Groover. 08/27/71 14. List of Suggestions from Augusta-Richmond County Public Library. Mary Glenn Groover 09/02/71 15. Rreminder that the work is in progress. From Mr. Devis to E. Smith. 07/09/71 16. Form for submitting a book for consderation by the committee. 17. Business reply mail (envelope). The reprint company, BOX 5401 Sparanburg, S.C. 29301 18. Outline by librarians in South Carolina to assemble a list of books feasible for reprint.  19. Announsment letter from GLA 10/71 20. Order Blank 10/71 21. Memorandum. From Katherine to David 06/11/71 22. Letter from Katherine M. Swint. 06/08/71 23. Informational update letter from South Carolina Library Assosiation. Order Blnk. A Special Offer 10/71 24. Letter to E. Smith from Mr. Ester. 09/21/71 25. Response from Mr. Ester to E. Smith. 09/09/71 26. Informational update from Thomas E. Smith 27. Letter from Thomas E. Smith to Mr. David E. Ester. 10/01/71 28. Announcement letter. Require an indication of substantial pre-publication support from the lib. 10/71 29. Order blank with the list of books. 30. Letter from Thomas E. Smith to Mr. David E. Estes concerning the matter of Margaret Davis Cate’s "Our Todays and Yesterdays" 10/12/71 31. Mrs. McCormicks’ letter to Mr. David E. Estes concerning the purchase of books with state funds; and copy of the Thomas E. Smiths’ letter to Mrs. McCormick. 10/15/71 32. Lucien Harris’s letter to Mr. Thomas E. Smith concerning the reprinting of "Stories of Georgia" book. 08/26/71 33. Copy if Thomas E. Smiths’ letter to Mr. Lucien Harris concerning the minimum number of pre-publication orders. 08/25/71 34. Greeting letter from Thomas E. Smith to David E. Estes for good information about mailing lists. 07/29/71 35. A list of books feasible for reprint. Books on Georgia History. 36.  Scratch note from Kathrin to David (idea of sending sheets in mail). 07/23/71 37. Letter from David E. Ester to Thomas Smith concerning the list of members of G.L.A., G.H.S and A.H.S. 07/26/71 38. Copy of the letter from David Estes to Mrs. Katherine M. Swint concerning the letter of 07/09/71 and phone conversation. 07/16/71 39. Letter from Thomas E. Smith to David E. Ester concerning the appointment with Miss Hightower, and Mr. Franklin. 05/17/71 40. Catalogue (1970). Reprints of American Colonial and Revolutionary War History (list of books, Authors and prices) 41. The list of new books included in the project. Order Blank. Inform of the progress letter. 10/70 42. Letter from Thomas E. Smith to David E. Estes concerning the list of members of Georgia History Society, polling at the board. 02/18/71 43. Letter from Thomas E. Smith to David E. Estes concerning the meeting with Miss Hightower, and exhibit at Jekyll Island. 04/24/71 44. Response to Thomas E. Smith’s letter of 04/24/71. 04/30/71 45. Informing the progress and request letter to Mr. Smith from David E. Estes. 04/20/71 46. Letter to David E. Estes from Ursuline B. Ingersoll concerning the selected titles for reprint project.  04/14/71 47. Letter from Carlton J. Thaxton to David. E Estes according the Reprint Company project. 05/03/71 48. Letter from David E. Estes to Mrs. Norcross. Find the packet of materials from the Reprint Company. 04/06/71 49. Announcement letter from David. E Estes to Miss Grace Hightower 04/06/71 50. Conformation letter from Helen Clinton to David E. Estes 04/13/71 51. Response letter from Cristina Landram to David. E Estes regarding the reprinting of out-of-print books.  04/08/71 52. Letter from David E. Estes to Miss Jean Cochran. Find the packet of materials from the Reprint Company. 03/26/71 53. Letter from David E. Estes to Mrs. Juanita Brightwell. Find the packet of materials from the Reprint Company. 03/31/71 54. Response letter from Charles A. Jones to David E. Estes. Fruett McConnell College 04/07/71 55. Response letter from Eugenia Cavender to David E. Estes according reprint project. 04/15/71 56. Response letter from Robert N. Smith to David E. Estes. Georgia College at Milledgeville. 04/09/71
Folder 4: Pre.-Ser.-In.-Ser., 04/09/27 - 10/30/71Add to your cart.
1.Resolutions Committee. Appreciation latter. Margaret B. Kerr. 2. Resolutions. Appreciation letter.  Margaret E. Fife. 11/04/67 3. Report of the Resolution Committee, GLA. Submission of the report. Appreciations. Signed: Lois Sue Camp, Betty Hawkins, Irwin Simpkins, and Shirley Brither. 10/30/71 4. The Resolutions Committee submits the report. Careful planning, stimulating and interesting conference. Signed: Theodora Hotch. 5. Letter from David E. Ester to Miss Shirley Brother. Mrs. Camp, Mr. Simpkins, and Mrs. Hawkins agreed to serve on the GLA Resolution Conference 07/14/71 6. Greeting letter from Martle C. Blackmon, Juanita S. Brightwell, Daniel L. Metts, Lillian Newman, and Harold W. Todd. 7. Resolution. Restricted membership policy be discontinued from 01/15/65 8. Resolutions. Lois Rainer Green, Lillian Newman, Myrtle Blackmon, Mrs. Charlotte Bowers, and Mrs. Tillie Enlow. 9. Resolution. Greeting letter to Jekyll Island Authority. Carlton J. Thaxton. 10.  Resolution. Appreciation letter. Helen Hagan, Katherine Powers, and William R. Pullen. 11. Resolution. Thanks to: Miss Jean Cochran, librarians and stuff, Board of Trust of Augusta Public Library, Junior League, Bon Air Hotel. Signed: Geraldine Le May. 12. Resolutions. GLA Conference October 22-24, 1953. Signed: Sara Young, Evalyn Hubbard Rutledge, John Banister. 13.  Resolutions. GLA conference October 27-29, 1951. Greeting letter. Signed: Virginia McJenkin, W. P. Kellam, and Katherine Powers. 14. Resolution letter of 1947. Signed: Mrs. James E. Powers, Sarah Lamon, Margaret Woodall. 15. Resolutions of 1957. Greeting letter to everyone who took a part in Biennial Conference of GLA (city of Savannah).  Signed: Carroll Hart. 16. Appreciation letter. The last General Session of the 1949 conference in Atlanta. Signed: Dorothy V. Spence, Mrs. Virginia P. Riley. 17. Resolutions. Albany, Georgia. Signed: Mrs. Emory S. Lunsford.  03/28/47 18. Resolution Committee. Signed: Miss Clyde Pettus. 03/09/44 19.  Resolutions. Augusta, Georgia. Signed: Ella Mae Thornton, Dorothy m. Crosland, Fanny D. Hinton 10/11/41 20. Resolution. Regarding the Postal Classification Bill (H.R. 5139) Signed: Mrs. Allen B. Burrus. 21.  Resolution passed by GLA. Greetings for hospitality. Signed: Louise Smith, Ella May Thornton, Dorothy Murray Crosland. 05/01/29 22. Resolutions passed by GLA. Appreciations for the GLA session in Savannah, GA, April 7-9. Signed: Miss Akin, Miss Quillian, and Miss Boone. 04/09/27 23. Resolutions. Appreciation letter. Signed: Elizabeth Havenkotte, Mrs. E. Menko, and Clyde Smith. 24. Resolution. Greetings for the Association in Columbus. Signed: Charlotte Templeton, Eleanor Ray, and Mrs. W. E. Young. 25.  Resolutions. Appreciations for the meeting of the Association in Atlanta.  26. Resolution. Governor Talmadge; state funds. 27. Library day in GA. Proclamation. "Library Bill of Rights"; 75th anniversary year; 10/04/51 National Library Day. Signed: Talmadge. 09/13/51 28.  Resolution. Library Service Bill in Augusta, GA, 11/05/55. Signed: Geraldine Le May. 29. Resolution. To whom commendations and thanks be expressed to. Signed: Geraldine Le May.
Folder 5: Committees- Scholarship., 01/24/74 - 07/08/74Add to your cart.
1. Scholarship meeting at Macon Junior College. Selection of the recipient of the Hubbard Scholarship. Mrs. Sally West Somers, Mr. Jim L. Darby  06/21/74 2. Letter to Miss Mary Louise Rheay from Thera Hambrick. 01/24/74 3. G.L.A letter concerning the Hubbard Scholarship. Qualities for the scholarship. 4. Congratulation letter form Mary Louise Rheay to the new recipient of GLA scholarship Mrs. Somers. 07/08/74 5. List of committee from Mary Louise Rheay to Miss Hambrick 04/03/74
Folder 6: Scholarship recipient applications and corr., 05/43 - 07/15/76Add to your cart.
1. Letter from June B. Cawthon to Mrs. Hallie B. Brooks. 07/15/76 2. Acknowledgement note from June C. Hanis to Mrs. Brooks concerning the Hubbard Scholarship. 3. Congratulation letter from Ray Rowland to Miss Harris. 07/12/76 4. Congratulation letter from Mrs. Brooks to Miss Harris 07/01/76 5. Copy of agreement letter from Miss Harris 07/10/76 6. Application form for the Hubbard Scholarship. June C. Harris. Scholarship letter. 04/14/76 7. Agreement form from Miss Harris. 07/10/76 8. Letter from Mrs. Brooks to Members of the Hubbard Committee concerning Ms. Tommins application.  06/18/76 9. Chart of votes. 06/18/76 10. Letter regarding the procedural changes. Qualities for scholarship. Application.  04/02/76 11. Conformation letter from June C. Harris to Miss Hambrick 03/30/76 12. Ms. Harris’ support letter. From W. P. Kellam to Mrs. Brooks. 13. Ms. Harris’ support letter from Russell C. Pease. 04/16/76 14. Student records. Miss Harris. 15. Miss Harris recommendation letter from Robert N. Saveland. 05/11/76 16.  Agreement form from Miss Harris 07/27/76 17. Informational letter from Hallie Brooks. From A. Ray Rowland to Mrs. Barbara C. Code. 02/18/76 18. Letter. No reward is being given for 1975-76. From Thera Hambrick. 10/13/75 19.  Letter from Frank Chickering to Miss Hambrick. 08/21/74 20. Letter from Miss Hambrick to Mr. Chickering 07/16/74 21. Memo to Miss Hambrick from Mr. Chickering 06/18/74 22. Congratulation letter and agreement form. From Marion R. Taylor to Sally Ann Somers. 06/03/73 23. Letter from Marion R. Taylor to Leroy Childs 12/27/73 23. Letter from Marion R. Taylor to Leroy Childs 12/27/73 24. Letter from Charles N. Watson to Ms. Margaret Dee Rightmyer.  03/13/75 25. Student records (transcript). Miss Margaret Dee. 26. Recommendation letter from mrs. Gary L. Lee.  Miss Margaret Dee Rightmyer.  03/20/75 27. Support letter from H. E. Cofer. Miss Margaret Dee Rightmyer. 03/14/75 28. Notes by Juanita Brightwell. 04/03/75 29. Request for the Hubbard Scholarship for 1975-76. From Margaret Dee Rightmyer. 02/05/75 30. Appreciation letter from Jim L. Darby to Ms. Hambrick. 06/05/74 31. Letter from Ms. Hambrick to Mr. Darby.  06/24/74 32. File of GLA Scholarship applicant.  Jim L. Darby. 33.  Application for the Hubbard Scholarship for 1974-75. Jim L. Darby. 05/17/74 34. Student records (transcript). Jim L. Darby. 35. Lettre from Jim L. Darby to Ms. Hambrick. 05/14/74 36. Leter from Ms. Hambrick to Jim L. Darby. 05/15/74 37. Recommendation letter from Elizabeth Cole. Jim L. Darby. 05/17/74 38. Recommendation letter from Mrs. Emily C. Payne. Jim L. Darby.  05/22/74 39. Suport letter from Virginia Lacy Jones concerning Jim L. Darby. 05/23/74 40. Student records (transcript). Jim L. Darby.  05/28/74 41.  Miss Karen F. Mobley the winner of Hubbard Scholarship. From Marion R. Taylor. 06/15/72 42. Letter from Marion R. Taylor to Leroy Childs. 07/28/73 43. Letter from Marion R. Taylor to Karen Mobley.  07/14/73 44. Letter from Harold Goldstein to Miss Taylor concerning Miss Karen F. Mobley.  03/29/73 45. Letter to Miss Mobley concerning the first installment check of the Hubbard Scholarship award.  09/02/72 46. Gratitude letter from Karen Mobley to Miss Taylor. 06/27/72 47. Letter from Miss Hambrick to Mrs. Taylor concerning Karen Mobley. 06/22/72 48. Application for the award. Karen Mobley. 02/29/72 49. Request for transcript of record. Karen Mobley. 02/28/72 50. Student record (transcript). Karen Mobley. 51. Certification letter from Harold G. Dean. Miss Mobley is a graduate student at the School of Library Science. 03/01/72 52. Letter from Karen Mobley to Miss Taylor. 02/29/72 53. Transcript. Karen Mobley. 54. Letter to Mrs. Kerr from Miss Taylor concerning the pay check for Mr. Gorman. 06/08/72 55. Letter from Miss Taylor to David Estes conserning the  pay check for Mr. Gorman. 08/27/71 56. Lwetter fom Miss Taylor to Mr. Gorman concerning the Hubbard Scholaeship.  08/27/71 57. Congradulation letter for Mr. Gorman from David E. Estes. 05/27/71 58. Leter from Mr. Gorman to Mrs. Cobb. 08/12/71 59. Application for the award for 1971-72. Mr. Gorman. 03/14/71 60. Student record (transcript). Mr. Gorman. 61. Letter to Mr. Gorman from Venable Lawson concerning the application for admission. 03/05/71 62. Recommendation letter from Dr. Gilberto V. Fort concerning Mr. Gorman.  01/27/71 63. Recommendation letter from Eleanor G. Eyman concerning Mr. Gorman.  01/26/71 64. Recommendation letter from Mrs. Baskint. Mr. Gorman. 02/12/71 65. Recommendation letter from John T. Hayes. Mr. Gorman. 01/25/71 66. Acknowledge receipt for the Hubbard Scholarship. From Marion R. Taylor to Mr. Gorman. 03/30/71 67. Letter from Marion R. Taylor to Mr. German. 01/11/71 68. Letter from Marion R. Taylor to David Estes. 06/03/71 69. Letter from Marion R. Taylor to David Estes. 03/19/71 70. Application for the award for 1970-71. Terry Jay.  05/24/70 71. Student Record (transcript).  Terry Jay. 72. Letter from Vanable Lawson to Mr. Row. 05/14/70 73. Application for Admission Graduate School. Rowe Terry Jay. 01/10/70 74. GLA Scholarship Committee. Award to Mildred Campbell. 75.  Application form. Valeria J. Hitt. 05/19/67 76. Student record (transcript).  Valeria Jean (Valeria J. Hitt). 77.  Application for Publishers Scholarship. Valeria Jean Hitt. 05/19/67 78. Imperial Boo Company Publisher Award. Miss Roberts. 79. Letter from Hasseltine Roberts to Miss Foster. 09/11/63 80. Letter from Miss Roberts to Mrs. Fritz. 09/11/63 81. Letter from Evelyn Fritz to Miss Roberts concerning the scholarship. 08/03/63 82. Greeting letter from Miss Roberts to Mrs. Fritz regarding the Imperial Book Company Publishers Scholarship.  08/01/63 83. Information letter to Miss Roberts from Mrs. Fritz. 07/29/63 84. Application for Imperial Book Company Publishers Scholarship. Hasseltine Neal Roberts. 05/43 85. Recommendation letter from Miss Cornelia Shines. Miss Roberts.  06/11/63 86. Recommendation letter from Fannie Funderburke. Miss Roberts. 06/11/63 87. Recommendation letter from Ruth H. Young. Miss Roberts. 06/10/63 88. Request letter to Miss Fannie Funderburke from Evelyn Fritz.06/08/63 89. Letter from W. P. Kellam to Miss Roberts regarding the Scholarship. 05/23/63 90. Information request from Miss Roberts to Dr. Kellum. 05/19/63 91. Student record (transcript) 07/01/63 92. Statement of admission to the Graduate School. Miss Roberts. 01/07/63 93. Application for the Imperial Book Company Publishers Scholarship.  Brenda Sue Cole. 01/18/67 94. Student record (transcript). Brenda Sue Cole. 95. Letter from Brenda S. Cole to Miss Fritz. 12/06/66 96. Information letter from Brenda Sue Cole to Mrs. Howell. 01/18/67 97. Application for the Imperial Book Company. Miss Hilda Anne Smith.  11/05/64 98. Student Record (transcript). Miss Hilda Anne Smith. 99. Letter from Miss Hilda Anne Smith to Mrs. Adrianne Lunsford. 11/17/64 100. Letter from Mrs. Lunsford to Miss Hilda Anne Smith concerning the scholarship. 06/08/65 101. Scholarship conformation letter to Miss Hilda Anne Smith from Mrs. Lunsford. 02/24/65 102. Recommendation letter from Lois W. DeLegal concerning Miss Hilda Anne Smith. 11/17/64 103. Student record (transcript). Miss Hilda Anne Smith. 11/06/64 104. Request for transcript of records (check). 11/09/64 105. Recommendation letter from John D. Williams regarding Miss Hilda Anne Smith. 11/19/64 106. Recommendation letter from Betty H. Burts regarding Miss Hilda Anne Smith.  11/23/64 107. Letter from Margaret Howard to Mr. Kellam. 03/12/62 108. Letter from Porter Kellam to Lucile Nix concerning the applicants for the Imperial Book Company Publishers’ Scholarship for 1961-62. 03/05/62 109. Application for the Imperial Book Company Publishers’ Scholarship. Margaret Howard. 01/05/62 110. Imperial Book Company Publishers’ Scholarship. The list of requirements for scholarship recipients. 111. Letter from W.P. Kellam to Miss Edith Foster conserning Miss Margaret Howard. 03/10/62 112. Notification letter to Margaret Howard from W. P. Kellam requarding the scholarship. 03/10/62 113. Recommendation letter from Robert N. Smith. Margaret Howard. 02/26/62 114. Recommendation letter from Evalene P. Jackson. Margaret Howard. 01/05/62 115. Recommendation letter from Stelen B. Plymale. Margaret Howard. 02/28/62 116. Congratulation letter from W. P. Kellam to Miss Virginia Coker.  01/18/61 117. Greeting letter from Virginia Coker to Mr. W. P. Kellam. 02/04/61 118. Application for Imperial Book Company Scholarship. Virginia Coker. 10/05/60 119. The list of requirements for scholarship recipients. 120. Recommendation letter from Frances Nell Cheney. Virginia Coker. 10/06/60 121. Grade record in December. Miss Virginia Coker. 01/03/61 122. Recommendation letter from Agnes B. Browder. Virginia Coker. 11/07/60 123. Recommendation letter from Elizabeth D. Moore. Virginia Coker. 10/21/60 124. Recommendation letter from Mrs. Ridley. Virginia Coker.  10/21/60 125. Recommendation letter from Mrs. Ethlyn Potter Rolfe. Virginia Coker. 10/21/60 126. Application for GLA Scholarship. Mildred Campbell.  02/06/61 127. Student Records (transcript). Mildred Campbell.  02/06/61 128. Library School approval for the entrance. From Mrs. Cheney to Miss Campbell. 02/02/61 129. Information a description of the GLA Scholarship. 02/13/61 130. Suggested content for interview and record of interview. Mildred Campbell. 03/11/61 131. An evaluation of applicant. Mildred Campbell.  132. Letter from Agnes. L. Reagan to Miss Campbell concerning the interview. 02/13/61 133. Informational request letter from Mildred Campbell to Miss Reagan. 12/15/60 134. Application for the GLA Scholarship 1961-62. Sara Margaret Howard. 03/28/61 135. Student record (transcription). Sara Margaret Howard. 136. Certification that Miss Margaret Howard had been accepted to Emory University. 04/04/61 137. Additional information about the applicant Sara Margaret Howard from Mr. Daniel. 04/04/61 138. Additional information about the applicant Sara Margaret Howard from Mrs. Plymale. 04/04/61 139. Additional information about the applicant Sara Margaret Howard from Mr. Smith. 04/04/61 140. Suggested content for interview and record for interview. Sara Margaret Howard. 04/14/61 141. Letter from Agnes. L. Reagan to Mrs. Bateman concerning the material on Miss Howard. 04/10/61 142. Letter from Agnes L. Reagan to Miss Howard. 06/04/61 143. Letter from Howard to Miss Reagan concerning the transcript. 04/05/61 144. Information letter to Miss Reagan from Sara Margaret Howard. 04/02/61 145. Information letter from Miss Reagan to Sara Margaret Howard. 02/01/61 146. Letter from Sara Margaret Howard to Miss Reagan. 01/29/61
Folder 7: GLA Scholarship Committee (Hubbard)., 04/03/74 - 10/13/75Add to your cart.
1. Scholarship Committee of the GLA offers the Hubbard Scholarship 1974-75. Mrs. Sally West Somers. 06/24/74 2. Blank application for the Hubbard Scholarship for 1975-76. 3. Description of application procedures and qualities for the scholarship for the 1975-76. 4. Report by Marion R. Taylor concerning the following scholarship recipients: Frank William Chickering, Karen Mobley, and Terry Rowe. 5. Report of meeting held 04/19/74 by Thera Hambrick. 04/23/74 6. Minutes of a meeting of the Scholarship Committee of GLA. Thera Hambrick.  06/21/74 7. Memorandum. Margaret Dee Rightmyer was elected 1975-76 scholarship recipient. 04/14/75 8. Memorandum. Contribution of scholarship funds for 1975-76. 09/08/75 9. Biennial report. The decline of scholarship by Mrs. Sally West Somers. 10/13/75 10. Letter from Mary L. Rheay to Miss Hambrick. The list of people in committee. 04/03/74
Folder 8: Scholarship committee reports and correspondence., 05/22/58 - 06/12/72Add to your cart.
1. Preliminary statement of GLA Scholarship.  The nature and conditions of the award. 2. The letter from Agnes L. Reagan to Mrs. Bell concerning available grants and preliminary statement. 05/22/58 3. Comment on the principal revisions made. By Agnes L. Reagan. 09/09/58 4. Correspondence. Submitting of recommendations concerning the nature of proposed reward and conditions under which it should be made. 5. Recommendations of the committee on scholarship. The nature of the award and its conditions. 6. Description of the scholarship; conditions of the award. 06/16/60 7. Report on what have been done to date; request for any suggestions. 10/09/60 8. Conditions for GLA Scholarship 1961-62. Announcement. Application. 9. Letter from Mrs. Eloise T. Jones to Miss Reagan concerning the publication. 04/06/60 10. Description of the committee meeting to consider applications for GLA Scholarship. 04/24/61 11. Congratulation letter to Miss Robertson from Edith Foster. 08/14/63 12. Hubbard scholarship fund. 06/29/69 13. Hubbard scholarship fund. 12/68 14. Hubbard scholarship fund. 01/14/69 15. Hubbard scholarship fund. 04/01/69 16. Letter from Evelyn Frits to Miss Edith concerning the scholarship for Miss Hasseltine Roberts. 08/09/63 17. Letter from Evelyn Fritz to Miss Foster concerning Miss Roberts. 08/02/63 18. Letter from Evelyn Fritz to Miss Foster concerning the additional allocation to the Imperial - Publishers Fund. 05/02/63 19. Letter from Miss Foster to Evelyn Fritz concerning the additional allocation to the Imperial - Publishers Fund. 05/06/63 20. Letter from Lee. S. Trimble to Miss Fritz concerning the balance of Hubbard Scholarship fund.  04/02/63 21. The letter from Lucile Nix to Mr. Kellam concerning the memorandum about the scholarship. 11/27/61. 22. Letter from Porter Kellam to Lucile Nix concerning the Imperial Book Company - Publishers’ Scholarship. 11/21/61 23. Letter from William R. Pullen to Mr. Kellam the memorandum of November 21. 11/29/61 24. Letter from Agnes L. Reagan to Mr. Porter concerning the award for 1962-63. 11/30/61 25. Financial statement. Contributions from the Publishers. 26. Letter from Evelyn Fritz concerning the contributions from the publishers. 04/01/63 27. The list of checks from contributors. Total $600. 03/28/63 28. Letter from Miss Foster to Miss Fritz concerning the contributions. 02/20/63 29. Fellowships, Scholarships, Grants-in-Aid, Loan Funds and other Financial Assistance for Library Education. 30. Up to date information on financial assistance. Letter to Mr. Kellam. 04/0163 31. Letter from Miss Fritz to Dr. Reagan regarding the Hubbard Scholarship Funds. 01/31/63 32. Memorandum.  Imperial Book Company - Publishers Scholarship for 1962-63. 01/04/63 33. Letter to the members of GLA Scholarship Committee from Miss Fritz concerning the additional funds. 12/19/62 34. Letter from Lee S. Trimble to Miss Fritz concerning the Imperial scholarship funds. 11/27/62 35. Letter from Miss Fritz to Mr. Trimble concerning the Imperial Book Company - Publishers Scholarship funds. 11/21/62 36. Letter from Erwin S. Mapp to Miss Fritz with the discussion of the budget. 06/25/62 37. Letter from Miss Fritz to Mr. Mapp.  06/07/62 38. Letter from Miss Fritz to Miss Olive Lewis. 06/05/62 39. Letter from Olive Lewis to Mrs. Percy Jones. 05/22/62 40. GLA Scholarship. The nature and conditions of the award. 41. Letter from Erwin E. Mapp to Miss Fritz concerning the growth of the Scholarship Funds. 02/28/62 42. Information letter from Edith Foster to Miss Fritz. 02/19/62 43. Letter form Tommie Dora Barker to Mr. Bob Freeman concerning the lack of trained personal. 12/02/59 44. Letter from Miss Fritz to Miss Edith Foster concerning Agness Reagan.  02/08/62 45. Letter from Edith Foster to Evelyn Fritz. Chairman service for GLA Scholarship Committee. 02/06/62 46. Letter from Lucile Nix to Evelyn Fritz concerning the Random House as another contributer. 10/07/63 47.Contributors to the Scholarship Fund through Imperial. 02/06/62 48. Letter from Miss Fritz to Miss Edith Foster. The reminder to include donors in a Scholarship Committee report.  10/07/63 49. Letter from Evelyn Fritz to Mr. Johnston concerning the amount available for the Imperial Book Company –Publishers Scholarship. 11/26/63 50. Letter from Evelyn Fritz to Mrs. Margaret W. Browne concerning the scholarship. 06/22/62 51. Letter from Mrs. Margaret W. Browne to Mr. Porter Kellam. 06/19/62 52. Report of the Committee on Scholarship GLA 1957/1959. Signed by Agnes L. Reagan. 53. Report of the Scholarship Committee GLA 1960/1961. Signed by Agnes L. Reagan. 54. Announcement. GLA Scholarship1961/1962; conditions of the Award. 55. Report of the Scholarship Committee GLA 1962/63. 56. Letter form Mrs. Adrianne Lunsford to Mrs. Margaret B. Jones. 10/09/64 57. GEA Newsletter. Teacher Talk. Politically active teachers. 10/08/64 58. Letter from Mrs. Adrianne W. Lunsford to Mrs. Margaret B. Jones concerning the SPA meeting. 10/04/1964 59. Note from Evelyn Fritz to Mrs. Margaret B. Jones regarding GEA Journal. 05/06/63 60. GEA Newsletter. Good school public relations is everyday’s business. 05/16/63 61. Note for GLA members to contribute a small amount of money for scholarship. 62. Report of scholarship committee 1964/65. Committee members. 63. Send us your dollar for the Hubbard Scholarship Fund. Flier. 64. Report of GLA Scholarship Committee, Callaway Gardens. Planned activities; suggestions.  04/10-11/64 65. GLA. Imperial Book Company Publisher Scholarship. Conditions of the award. 66. Letter from William R. Pullen to Mrs. Hugh Howell regarding the last GLA Executive board meeting. 02/02/67 67. Imperial Book Scholarship was awarded to Mrs. Brenda Cole. Hubbard Scholarship was awarded to Mrs. Valeria Jean Hitt. 68. The GLA Scholarship committee meeting. Main purpose was to decide on a recipient for the scholarship. 02/14/67 69. Letter from Mrs. Hugh Howell to Mrs. Valeria J. Hitt. Mrs. Hitt has been selected to receive the Hubbard Scholarship. 08/25/67 70. Letter from Mrs. Hugh Howell to Mrs. Brenda Sue Cole. Mrs. Cole has been selected to receive the Imperial Book Scholarship. 08/25/67 71. Copy of the letter from Mrs. Hugh Howell to Mrs. Blake concerning the votes for scholarship. 08/25/67 72. GLA Hubbard Scholarship. Application requirements and method of selection of candidates. 02/10/67 73. Copy of the application requirements and method of selection of candidate for the GLA Hubbard Scholarship. 74. GLA Hubbard scholarship. Qualifications for Applicants and Application Procedure. 75. Imperial Book Scholarship was awarded to Mrs. Brenda Cole; Hubbard Scholarship was awarded to Mrs. Valeria Jean Hitt. 76. Letter from Mrs. Fattig to Mrs. Howell concerning the committee. 02/23/66 77. Announcement letter concerning the Scholarship Committee meeting. 02/07/66 78. Letter from the Random House. Hierarchy of choice of applicants for Hubbard and Imperial Book Scholarships.  79. Letter from Valeria Hitt to Mrs. Howell concerning the scholarship. 08/29/67 80. Letter from Robert N. Smith to Mrs. Brenda Sue Cole. Scholarship was awarded to Mrs. Cole. 11/07/67 81. Letter from M. R. Taylor to Mr. David Estes concerning Mr. Terry Rowe. 07/13/70 82. Letter to GLA Scholarship Committee from M. R. Taylor concerning the top positions for the scholarship. 07/13/70 83. Memo to Scholarship Committee from M. R. Taylor. Robert Gorman was selected as the Hubbard Scholarship Winner. 05/24/71 84. Copy of the letter from Mrs. Kerr to Miss Mobley. Miss Mobley won the scholarship. 06/12/72 85. Hubbard Scholarship 1970/71 of $1000 was awarded to Terry Rowe. 86. Information letter to Mr. W. T. Johnston. 04/27/64 87. Copy of report sent on request to American Annual and Booktrade Directory. 08/01/61 88. Letter from Mrs. Lunsford to Mr. Trimble concerning the bill for the new scholarship winner. 12/04/65 89. Report of GLA Scholarship Committee, Gallaway Gardens. Planned activities and Suggestions. 04/10-11/64 90. Letter to the Scholarship Committee from Marion R. Taylor concerning the applicants. 07/01/70 91. GLA Scholarship Committee report, 1969-1971. From Marion R. Taylor. 10/22/71 92. GLA Scholarship Committee report from Marion R. Taylor. 10/73 93. Information letter from Marion R. Taylor concerning the selection of the 1972/73 Hubbard Scholarship. 04/22/72 94. Scholarship Committee, GLA. Report of meeting held 03/10/1972. 95. Memo to Scholarship Committee Members from Marion R. Taylor. 96. Scholarship Committee Report 06/1972 97. GLA Hubbard Scholarship 1970/71. Application procedures, qualifications for the scholarship and selection of the recipient. 98. GLA Imperial Book Company Publishers Scholarship. Conditions of the Award. 10/04/64 99. Letter from Agnes L. Reagan to Evalene P. Jackson. Recommendations of the Committee on Scholarships: the nature and conditions of the award. 09/29/58 100. Statement about the Hubbard Scholarship.  From Marion R. Taylor to Miss Hightower, Editor. 01/11/71 101. Flier. Collecting money for Hubbard Scholarship. 102. The copy of the statements and procedures for the 1972/73 Hubbard Scholarship.  103. GLA Imperial Book Company Publishers Scholarship. Conditions of the Award. 104. Letter from W. T. Johnston to Mrs. Abrianne Lunsford; appreciations for committee’s idea and completing the list of scholarships available. 04/15/64 105. Report of the Scholarship Committee, GLA 1960-61. By Agnes L. Reagan. 106. Recommendation for the Library Development Committee presented to the GLA 12/10/59 107. Suggestion letter from Agnes L. Reagan to Mr. Kellam. Emory University. 03/08/60 108. Recommendation letter from Sarah Jones to Mr. Kellam. 02/15/60 109. Recommendation letter from W. P. Kellam to Dr. Reagan. 03/07/60 110. Graduate Library Study, Hubbard Scholarship: value of scholarship, qualifications for applicants and application procedure.
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1. GLA Scholarship Committee Report, 1969-1971. By Marion R. Taylor. 10/22/71 2. GLA Hubbard Scholarship: application procedure, qualities for the scholarship and the selection of the award recipient. 1970/71 3. Application for the award for 1970/71 4. Letter from Marion R. Taylor to Mrs. Kerr; sending the check to the recipient (Karen Mobley) 1972-73. 09/02/72 5. Letter from Marion R. Taylor to Mrs. Kerr concerning the winner of the 1973/74 Hubbard Scholarship. 09/07/73 6. Letter from Marion R. Taylor to Mrs. Kerr. Miss Mobley is a winner of the Hubbard Scholarship for 1972/73. 7. Letter from Mrs. Kerr. Miss Mobley has been selected as the recipient of the Hubbard Scholarship 1972/73. 06/12/72 8. Scarf report. 01/19/73 9. GLA Scholarship Committee. Report of the meeting. By Marion R. Taylor. 03/10/72

Folder 10: Hubbard Scholarship Committee.

Correspondence 1976., 11/30/39 - 07/77

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1. Mrs. B. F. Bullardhas given to the Savannah Public Library as Trustee the sum of $2000 know as the Mary C. McCants Memorial. 2. McCants Memorial Scholarship 1940-1947: committee members, and winners. 3. Mary C. McCants Scholarship, meeting at Macon. 11/30/39 to 12/02/39 4. Letter to Miss Betty Sue Cook the winner of the Mary C. McCants Scholarship. 05/06/50 5. Letter to Mrs. Crosland from Mrs. Kathleen Broadhurst regarding the service on the Mary C. McCants Scholarship Committee.  01/25/50 6. Letter from Mrs. Crosland to Miss Wyeth concerning the members of Mary C. McCants Scholarship Committee. 01/20/50 7. Letter from Mrs. Broadhurst to Mrs. Crosland regarding the substitution for Committee member. 01/18/50 8. Letter from Mrs. Crosland to Mrs. Broadhurst. Aid to the committee, serve by correspondence.  01/20/50 9. Letter from Grace Hightower to Mrs. Crosland. Will be happy to serve on the Mary C. McCants Memorial Scholarship Committee. 01/23/50 10. Correspondence from Miss Wyeth on Mrs. Crosland letter. 01/04/50 11. Letter from Mrs. Crosland to Mrs. Broadhurst regarding the service on the Mary C. McCants Memorial Scholarship Committee. 01/12/50 12. Letter from Mrs. Crosland to Miss Hightower regarding the service on the Mary C. McCants Memorial Scholarship Committee. 01/12/50 13. Letter from Miss Wyeth to Mrs. Crosland. To appoint the last MsCants Memorial Scholarship Committee. 12/22/49 14. Letter from Mrs. Crosland to Miss Wyeth concerning Grace Hightower and Mrs. Kathleen. 12/28/49 15. Scholarship programs of the GLA. 16. GLA Spring Workshop. Report of the Hubbard Scholarship Committee. 03/26-27/76 17. Request for information on the financial aid and assistance offered. 07/77 18. Letter fro Ann W. Morton to Mrs. Hallie Brooks.  Correspondence attached. 01/16/76 19. Letter to the members of scholarship committee from Mrs. Brooks. List of members, current materials for applicants. 02/02/76 20. Letter to the members of scholarship committee from Mrs. Brooks regarding the statement of the procedural changes. 04/02/76 21. Scholarship Committee: functions, history, Imperial Book Company Scholarship, Hubbard Scholarship funds, recipients and chairmen.

Folder 11: Georgia Library Association.

Scholarship Committee 1975-77., 02/02/76 - 10/20/76

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1. Memo. Decision to award Hubbard Scholarship ones in each biennium in the amount of $2000. 10/20/76 2. GLA Hubbard Scholarship 1976/77. Application procedures, qualifications for the scholarship, selection of the recipient, application for the scholarship. 3. Letter to Members of the Scholarship Committee from Mrs. Brooks. Names of the recipients and their GPA. 05/01/76 4. Scholarship Committee members. 02/02/76 5. GLA Spring Workshop, Macon. Report of the Hubbard Scholarship Committee, recommendations of the executive board. 03/26-27/76.
Folder 12: Hubbard Scholarship. Imperial Book Co., 04/02/53 - 10/22/71Add to your cart.
1. GLA Scholarship Committee Report 1969-1971 by Marion R. Taylor. 10/22/71 2. Hubbard scholarship: application procedures, qualifications for the scholarship, selection of the award recipient. 3. Application for the award for 1970/71. 4. One man and Georgia’s libraries. Story about Cosby S. Hubbard by Walter Johnston 1963-65 5. Letter from David E. Estes to Mr. Gorman. Mr. Gorman is a recipient of the 1971-72 Hubbard Scholarship. 05/27/71 6. Correspondence from Mr. Gorman to Mr. Estes. 05/31/71 7. Memo to Scholarship Committee GLA from Marion. R. Taylor concerning Mr. Gorman. 05/24/71 8. Conformation about the award to Mr. Terry Rowe from David E. Estes. 07/29/70 9. Letter from David E. Estes to Mr. Todd regarding the check for Miss Marion Taylor. 09/23/70 10. Letter from Marion R. Taylor to Mr. Estes concerning the payment check for Mr. Terry Rowe. 09/22/70 11. Letter fro Tarry Rowe to David E. Estes. 07/20/70 12. Letter to Mr. Estes concerning the notification of the winner of the Hubbard Scholarship fro 1970-71. 08/13/70 13. GLA Hubbard Scholarship 1970/71: application procedures, qualifications for the scholarship and selection of the award recipient. 14. Scholarship Committee 1967/68. It has been decided to give two scholarships this year. Recipients are: Mrs. Brenda Cole and Mrs. Valeria Jean Hitt. Submitted by Mrs. Howell. 15. Scholarship committee. Purpose and functions. 16. Announcement. GLA Scholarship 1961/62, Conditions of the Award. 17. Jones-Nix luncheon 4th, 3rd and 2nd list. 18.  Letter to Miss Jean D. Cochran concerning the Jones-Nix’s luncheon.  07/09/68 19. Letter from Jean D. Cochran to Mrs. Ann Cobb concerning the number of luncheon reservations.  07/08/68 20. 5th list of Jones-Nix Luncheon 07/18/65 21. Memo from Ann Cobb concerning the Jones-Nix Luncheon. 07/14/68 22. Hubbard Scholarship fund. In memory of Lucile Nix. 12/68 23. Hubbard Scholarship fund. In memory of Lucile Nix. 01/14/69 24. Hubbard Scholarship fund. In memory of Lucile Nix. 04/01/69 25. Letter from Mrs. Cobb to Mrs. Howard J. Brown regarding the donation from the Brunswick Public Library Stuff. 06/28/69 26. Hubbard Scholarship fund. In memory of Lucile Nix. 06/29/69 27. Memo from Ann Cobb concerning the Hubbard Scholarship fund, in memory of Lucile Nix. 09/28/69 28. Graduate Library Study, Hubbard Scholarship: Value of scholarship, Qualifications for Applicants, and application procedure. 29. Letter from Robert N. Smith to Mrs. Frances Jacobs concerning the contribution to the Hubbard Scholarship Fund. 11/14/67 30. Letter from Mrs. Howell to Mr. Smith regarding Mrs. Cole’s check. 11/05/67 31. Graduate Library Study, Hubbard Scholarship (blank form): value of scholarship, qualifications for applicants, and application procedure. 32. Announcement, GLA Scholarship 1961-1962: conditions for the Award. 33. Letter from Robert N. Smith to Mrs. Frances Jacobs; a contribution to the C. S. Hubbard Scholarship Fund in memory of John Hall. 10/12/67 34. Letter from Mr. Smith to Miss Hitt regarding the check for $250 of the Hubbard Scholarship. 10/11/67 35. Letter from Raye Osborn to Mrs. Howell regarding the check for the Hubbard Scholarship Fund in memory of Ray McDonald. 05/31/67 36. Letter from Lucile Nixon tom Mr. Smith regarding the check from the McLaughlins in memory of Mrs. C. S. Hubbard. 05/02/66 37. Letter from Charles M. McLaughlin to GLA concerning the check in memory of Cosby S. and Carryl Hubbard. 04/28/66 38. Letter from Mr. Smith to Mrs. Nina T. Smith regarding the donation for the Hubbard Scholarship Fund from Miss Nix in memory of Miss Martha Bell. 02/28/66 39. Letter from Mr. Smith to Miss Frances Rees. Sincere sympathy in your great loss. 02/28/66 40. Announcement. Library Binding Institute, scholarship award. Applications are now being accepted. 41. Halsey W. Wilson Library Recruitment Award; established by the ALA Executive board, 1965. 42. Letter from W. T. Johnston to Mr. Lee Trimble concerning the changes in the reports for 1964 and 1965. 10/05/65 43. Letter from Mrs. Lunsford to Miss Smith concerning the check for Mr. Lee. 09/07/65 44. Letter from W. T. Johnston to Mrs. Hubbard regarding the contribution to the scholarship fund. 01/20/65 45. Letter from W. T. Johnston to Mr. Lee regarding the check from Mrs. Hubbard in the amount of $100. 01/20/65 46. Report of scholarship committee 1964-1965. Submitted by Mrs. Adrianne W. Lunsford. 47. Miss Hilda Anna Smith is the winner of the Imperial Book Company Scholarship Fund for the summer quarter of 1965. Letter from W. T. Johnston. 12/17/64 48. Letter from W. T. Johnston to Mr. Lee S. Trimble concerning the check to Miss Smith, the recipient of the Imperial Book Company Scholarship.  12/15/64 49. Report of GLA Scholarship Committee, Callaway Gardens. 04/10-11/64 50. Letter from Mrs. Adrianne Lunsford to Mr. Lee S. Trimble regarding two more checks for the Hubbard Scholarship Fund. 11/19/64 51. Appreciation letter To Mr. Joseph from W. T. Johnston regarding the check for the Scholarship Fund. 08/24/64 52. Letter from Edith Foster to Mrs. Hubbard regarding the 1964budget for the GLA. 01/07/64 53. Appreciation letter from W.P. Kellam to MR. Tolbert regarding the contribution to the Scholarship Fund. 11/12/63 54. Appreciation letter from W. T. Johnston to Mrs. Stephens regarding the contribution to the Hubbard Endowment Fund in memory of Miss Mary Reeves. 11/04/63 55. Letter from Edith Foster to Miss Fritz (chairman) regarding the report of GLA Scholarship Committee. 10/08/63 56. Letter from Miss Fritz to Edith Foster regarding the report. 10/07/63 57. Letter from Edith Foster to Mr. Lee Trimble regarding the check for Miss Hasseltine Roberts.  08/14/63 58. Appreciation letter from Edith Foster to Mr. Furman regarding the contribution to the Scholarship Fund. 04/09/63 59. Letter from Lucile Nix to Mr. Lee S. Trimble. Checks for the Imperial-Publishers’ Scholarship Fund. Copy. 03/28/63 60. Letter from Lucille Nix to Mr. Lee S. Trimble. Checks for the Imperial-Publishers’ Scholarship Fund. 03/28/63 61. Letter from Lucile Nix to Miss Edith Foster regarding the time for the conference on GLA matters. 03/25/63 62. Letter from Roxanna Austin to Miss Edith Foster regarding the small check in memory of Mr. Hubbard. 03/18/63 63. Letter from Sarah Jones to Miss Edith Foster. The Imperial-Publishers Scholarship Fund would be forthcoming by the middle of February. 01/25/63 64. Memorandum. From Evelyn Fritz to Miss Edith Foster. Imperial Book Company-Publishers scholarship for 1962-63. 01/04/63 65. Imperial Book Company-Publishers Award for 1963/64. The recipient: Miss Hasseltine Roberts. 66. Letter from W. P. Kellam to Miss Edith Foster concerning the Scholarship. The award to Miss Margaret Howard. 03/10/62 67. Appreciation letter from Hasseltine Roberts to Miss Edith Foster. 09/11/63 68. Letter from Evelyn Fritz to Miss Edith Foster. Miss Roberts has been selected as a recipient of the Scholarship. 08/02/63 69. Note from Evelyn Fritz to Miss Foster concerning the acceptance of Miss Roberts to the Graduate School of Florida State University. 08/09/63 70. Congratulation letter from Edith Foster to Miss Robertson concerning the receiving of the Scholarship. 08/14/63 71. Letter from Evelyn Foster to Miss Hasseltine Roberts. Conditions for the award. 07/29/63 72. Letter from Husseltine Roberts to Mrs. Fritz. Florida State University enrolment acceptance. 08/01/63 73. Letter from Edith Foster to Mr. Lee Trimble. Send the check to Miss Hasseltine Roberts, the recipient of the 1963-64 Scholarship award. 08/14/63 74. GLA Imperial Book Company-Publishers Scholarship 1963/64. Conditions of the Award. 75. Report of the Scholarship Committee, GLA, 1962-63. 76. GLA Imperial Book company-Publishers Scholarship 1963/64. Conditions of the Award. 77. GLA Application for Imperial Book Company-Publishers Scholarship. 78. Imperial Book Company-Publishers Award 1963/64. Awarded to Miss Hasseltine Roberts. 79. Letter from Evelyn Fritz to Mr. Erwin Mapp concerning the actions from the Scholarship Committee. 06/07/62 80. Letter from Evelyn Fritz to Mr. Trimble. Information request regarding the exact amount of money available for the Scholarship. 11/21/62 81. Note to Miss Foster from Mr. Hubbard regarding the contribution to the Scholarship Fund.  09/20/62 82. Letter from Edith Foster to Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard. 06/13/62 83. Note from Mr. Hubbard to Miss Foster. Enclosing the contribution to the scholarship. 06/07/62 84. Letter from Erwin E. Mapp to Miss Fritz concerning the Scholarship budget. 06/25/62 85. Note from Mr. Hubbard to Edith Foster. Enclosing check from the Scholarship Fund. 05/04/62 86. Letter from Edith Foster to Mr. Clements. Great appreciation of GLA. 02/19/62 87. Letter from Lucile Nix to Mr. Mapp regarding the check #1181. 03/26/62 88. Letter from Erwin E. app to Miss Fritz concerning the funds. 02/28/62 89. Letter from Lucile Nix to Mr. Mapp. Checks from the following publishers. 02/05/62 90. Letter from Mrs. Edna Olson. Executive Board would like for the following to serve on the Scholarship Committee.  01/18/62 91. Letter from Miss Campbell to Mrs. Browne regarding the check. 12/16/61 92. Letter from Mrs. Browne to Miss Campbell. Check for the second quarter of the scholarship is enclosed. 12/08/61 93. Letter from W. P. Kellam to Miss Foster concerning the enlarged scholarship. 11/29/61 94. GLA Imperial Book Company-Publishers Scholarship 1961-62. Conditions of the Award. 95. Letter from Foster Kellam to Lucile Nixon concerning the procedure for the award. 11/21/61 96. GLA Application for the Imperial Book Company-Publishers Scholarship.  97. Letter from Mrs. Browne to Mr. Hendrix. Asking for the name of the book companies giving money for scholarship. 11/07/61 98. Important Secret Memorandum from Sarah Jones and Lucile Nix. A special scroll of recognition to Dr. Hubbard. 09/25/61 99. From Mildred Campbell to Mrs. Browne. Is to acknowledge the check received from Mrs. Browne. 09/06/61 100. Letter from Mrs. Browne to Miss Campbell regarding the check in the amount of $600. 09/01/61 101. Letter from Edith Foster to Miss Nix concerning the procedure for the scholarship award. 11/20/61 102. Letter from Agnes L. Reagan to Miss Jackson. Forwarding the request for information regarding the scholarship to Miss Foster. 11/16/61 103. Letter from Miss Jackson. Request for information regarding scholarship available. 11/15/61 104. Letter from Agnes L. Reagan to Mrs. Jones. Award the GLA Scholarship for 1961/62 to Miss Mildred Campbell. 04/24/61 105. Appreciation letter from Miss Virginia Coker to Mrs. Eloise T. Jones. 02/04/61 106. Congratulation letter to Mrs. Margaret W. Browne to Miss Martha Virginia Coker. 01/30/61 107. Transfer funds received from Imperial Book Company for scholarship in library science. State of Georgia. Department of Education. 01/17/61 108. Letter from Mrs. Margaret W. Browne to Mr. Hall W. Clements regarding the check for $250. 01/23/61 109. Letter from Hal. W Clements to Mr. Cal Hendricks regarding the transmitted check as a treasure of the GLA. 01/17/61 110. Report of the Scholarship Committee. GLA 1960-1961. Changes in the conditions giving the award. Signed by Agnes L. Reagan. 111. GLA Scholarship 1961-1962. Requirements for the Award for the academic year 1961-1962. 112. Announcement. GLA 1961-1962. Conditions of the Award. 113. Scholarship Committee GLA.  Letter from Agnes L. Reagan calling the attention of GLA members to the GLA Scholarship. 01/10/61 114. Application for GLA Scholarship 1961-1962. 115. Scholarship Committee GLA.  Evaluation of the applicant qualifications sheet. 116. Blank letter from Agnes. L. Reagan regarding the interview of the GLA Scholarship applicant. 117. Suggested content for interview and record of interview. Blank sheet. 118. An evaluation of applicant. Blank sheet. 119. Scholarship Committee. GLA Scholarship Award to Mildred Campbell. 120. Report of the Committee on Scholarship. GLA. 1957-1959. Nature of the Award; Condition of the Award. Signed by Agnes. L. Reagan. 121. Letter from Sarah E. Maret to Mr. G. Everett Millican regarding the in-service library training and work conference. 03/08/55 122. Proposed elementary school library work conference. Purpose is to provide materials and leadership to help teachers and pupils. Need; program; finances. 07/55 123. Appreciation for the participation in the GLA from Tommie Dora Barker to Sarah E. Maret. 11/23/54 124. Memorandum to Contributors to Tommie Dora Barker to from Tommie Dora Barker Fellowship Fund Committee. 11/03/54 125. Letter from Sara Hightower to Mrs. L. G. Westcott regarding the establishment of the scholarship. 04/17/53 126. Letter from Beverly Wheatcroft to Miss Sara Hightower. Proposed scholarship committee list. 04/02/53 127. Letter to Miss Beverly Wheatcroft regarding the help with scholarship program. 04/04/53 128. Announcement. GLA Scholarship 1961-1962. Conditions of the Award. 129. Scholarship Committee. GLA. Calling the attention of GLA members to the Scholarship for the academic year 1961-1962. From the Agnes. L. Reagan. 01/10/61 130. Report of the Scholarship Committee. GLA 1962-63. 12/15/62 meeting of the Executive Board; 04/20/3 and 7/27/63 meeting of the Scholarship Committee. Signed by Evelyn Fritz. 131. GLA. Imperial Book Company-Publishers Scholarship. Academic year 1963/64. Conditions of the Award. 132. Imperial Book Company-Publishers Award.  Scholarship for 1963/64 was awarded to Miss Hasseltine Roberts. 133. GLA. Imperial Book Company-Publishers Scholarship. Conditions of the Award. 134. Letter from Scholarship Information Center regarding the Financial Aid for Southern Negro Students; eligibility requirements and special restrictions. From Ben Spaulding and Tony Mason. 135. GLA Imperial Book Company-Publishers Scholarship. Conditions for the Award 1963/64. 136. Cooperating Publishers for Georgia Scholarship. List of publishers. 137. GLA Hubbard Scholarship. Application requirements, method of selection of candidates. 138. Two scholarships would be awarded this year. Recipients are: Mrs. Brenda Cole and Mrs. Valeria Hitt. 139. Brochure. Georgia Library Education Programs and Financial Aid to students. 1967 140. Blank Certificate of Appreciation by the GLA for valuable contribution to the Hubbard Scholarship Endowment Fund.
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1. GLA Bulletin. To executive board of GLA from Helen M. Fattig. 2. The National Library Week Committee for Georgia for 1966-67 discussed certain items for smoother and better coordinated organization for future years. 3. National Library Week. Public library, school, college, library school and state agencies. 4. Report of the Recruiting Committee of GL A. Signed by Agnes L. Regan. 04/49 5. AD HOC Committee Report. A plan for Georgia Libraries. 1973 6. Committees 1971-73. AD HOC to develop a Georgia Plan. Auditing, Awards, Budget, Constitution and By Laws, 11/30/39Conference Site Selection, Georgia Librarian Editorial Board, Governmental Relations, Governor’s Mansion Libraries. 7. Section Chairman. Duties. 8. Report of ALA Councilor for GLA Chapter. 01/66 11/67. In the statement on individual membership, chapter status, and institutional membership.  01/27/66 GLA had applied for the first time for chapter status in ALA. Chicago, 01/26-27/66; New York, 06/12-14/67; New Orleans, 01/11-12/67; San Francisco, 06/27-30/67. 9. Report of the budget committee for the biennium 1965-67. GLA. Signed by Robert N. Smith. 10. Exhibits Committee Report to 1967 GLA Biennial Conference. Signed by Carl Franklin Eugenia J. Sparrow.  10/12/67 11. Report from GLA representative to Georgia Committee on Children and Youth. The theme of 1966 Conference. Submitted by Mrs. Sammie Luckey and Mrs. Dorothea J. Goodloe. 12. Report on Georgia Committee on Children and Youth, 1968. "Helping Children and Youth Grow Up". Submitted by Miss Parker and Miss Rees. 13. Letter from Ray Rowland to Mr. Paul M. Cousins. One day meeting of the College and University Section, GLA. 02/20/64 14. Memorandum. To Mr. Ray Rowland from Paul M. Cousins. One day meeting of the College and University section. 02/04/64 15. Minutes, College and University Section, GLA, Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta, GA. 12/9-12/59 16. Attendance at meeting. College and University Section. Name and Institution. 12/10/59 17. Letter from Mr. Estes to Mr. Landrum regarding the Federal Aid and Education bill. 06/23/61 18. Letter to Mrs. Ryan. Report. 19. Copy of the letter to Mrs. Ryan. Report. 20. Copy of the letter to Mr. Landrum fro Mr. Estes regarding the Federal and Education bill. 06/23/61 21. Minutes, College and University Section, GLA. Sky Room, Crews Restaurant, Jekyll Island, GA.  10/26-28/61 22. Attendance at Meeting College and University Section. Name and Institution. 10/26/61 23. Minutes of College and University Section. GLA. Jekyll Island, GA. Signed by Miss Safford Harris. 10/02/67. 24. Minutes of College and University, GLA, Atlanta, GA. Signed by Ray Rowland. 10/30/69 25. GLA 1967-1969. Report of Representative to Council of the A.L.A. Signed by Roxanna Austin. 26. Preliminary report of the Committee to study the distribution, preservation, and bibliographic control of the official publi cations of the state of GA for the Biennium 1965/1967. 27. GLA Biennium Conference 1969. Report of the committee to study the distribution, preservation, and bibliographical control of the official publications of the state of Georgia. 28. Report of the Editorial Board of the Georgia librarian. 29. Letter from Louise Trotti to Members of the Government Relations Committee of GLA. Legislative Breakfast at Mid-Winter A.L.A. 12/24/68 30. Important Memorandum. Congressional Luncheon, Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C. To the members of the Federal Relations Committee of the GLA from Margaret Kerr. 12/09/64 31. Federal Relations Committee Report. Signed by Louise Trotti. 09/27/67 32. Governmental Relations Committee Report. Federal relations. Signed by Louise Trotti. 09/69 33. Report of the Intellectual Freedom Committee of the GLA for the Biennium 1965-1967. 34. Report of the Intellectual Freedom Committee of the GLA for the Biennium 1967-1969. 35. Intellectual freedom in libraries. A proper statement of policy for the GLA: preamble, authority, areas f concern. 36. Librarianship as a Career Committee 1967 GLA Conference Report. 37. GLA. Librarianship as a Career Committee report 1967-1969. 38. Report of the Library Development Committee GLA. Period covered: 11/65 - 11/67. 39. Library Development Committee. The number of recommendations and actions. Signed by Virginia McJenkin. 40. GLA. Report of the Membership Committee. 10/26/71 41. Membership committee. List of people by districts. 10/05/72 42. Minutes. GLA. Membership Committee: general purpose, district coordinators, recommendations, action on recommendation. 03/10-11/72 43. GLA Membership fees. 44. Membership Committee Report 1965-1967. Signed by JoAnne Pelletier 03/66 45. National library week. Sponsored by the GLA to promote reading and library service.  Letter from Carlton J. Thaxton to Mrs. Hugh Howell. Agreement to serve on the State National Library Week Committee for 1967. 01/18/67 46. Biennial Report 1965-1967. National Library week Committee. 47. Letter to Members GLA Publicity Committee from Jean Cornn. 02/20/70 48. Meeting of Publicity Committee GLA: Attendance, National Library Week, Committee Projects. 02/06/70 49. Publicity Committee, GLA. From Jean Cornn. Workshop, Planning Meeting 1970 GLA Conference; National Library Week 04/12-18/70. 03/25/70 50. GLA Publicity Committee. Concerning the year’s National Library Week. 04/12-18/70 51. Blank document from David E. Estes to Committee Members: GLA plans for the 1971, registration for the conference, map. 52. Report of GLA Publicity Committee (formerly National Library Week Committee). 53. Letter from Atlanta Public Library to Members of Publicity Committee. Enclosure-2. 02/02/70 54. Definition of the Georgia Library Association’s Publicity Committee. 02/02/70 55. List of the people on the Publicity Committee.  02/02/70 56. GLA Biennial Conference, Augusta, Georgia, Nov. 4-5-6, 1965. Minutes of the Resources & Technical Services Section, Nov. 5, 1965. Signed by John David Marshall. 57. GLA Resources and Technical Services section. Constitution and By-laws Approved Dec. 11, 1959. 58. GLA Biennial Convention, Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta, 12/10-12/59. Minutes of the Resources and Technical Services Section 12/11/59 59. Members of Resources and technical Services Section of GLA. 1963 60. Report to GLA from School Library Standards Committee Chairman: Georgia and ALA standards. 09/28/67 61. GLA Committee on School Library Association. Proposed Standards: personnel, finances, materials, space, and equipment. 62. Membership Committee 09/69. Executive Board allocated; Expenses; letters mailed. 63. Report of the Student Assistance Committee of the GLA. Submitted by Anne Ansley. 09/01/69 64. Report of the Student Associations Committee of the GLA. Recognition for achievements. Submitted by Annie Laurie F. Stephens. 65. GLA minutes of the Library Development Committee. Members presented. 05/62 66. Members of library development committee. Reports and the area of discussion. 06/10/66
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1. The Southeastern State Cooperative Library Survey.
Folder 15: Special committee - standards., 10/27/51 - 04/04/74Add to your cart.
1. Copy of meeting report. Topic: implementation of new standards. Signed by Sera David. 1971 2. Report to GLA from School Library Standards Committee Chairman. Georgia Standards; ALA Standards. Signed by Mrs. Esthere Blakesle. 09/28/67 3. GLA Committee on School Library Standards. Proposed standards: Personnel, Finances, Materials, Space, Equipment. 11/01/69 4. Report to GLA from School Library Standards Committee. The years 1967/69. Signed by Mrs. Esthere O. Blakeslee. 5. Letter from Jean D. Cochran to Ida Bullen. School Library Standards Committee has been completed.  Names and addresses of committee members. 02/23/68 6. Letter from Margaret Kerr to Jean D. Cochran. 08/29/69 7. GLA Committee on School Library 1969. Proposed standards: Personnel, Finances, Materials, Space, Equipment. School Media Programs. 8. Atlanta Public School. School Library Standards Committee Report. 11/04/65 9. Report of School Library Standards Committee to the GLA in Session at Jekyll Island, GA.  Signed by Edith H. Smith. 10/17/63 10. School Library Standards Committee, Library Division, and State Department of Education met on 09/30/61. 11. Standards for School Library: Elementary Schools, and High Schools. 12. Report of School Library Standards Committee to the GLA, Savannah, GA. 10/09/57 13. Standards for School Libraries as Adopted in Savannah: Elementary and High Schools. 10/09/57 14. Letter from W. P. Kellam to Mrs. Mildred Gerrett regarding the GLA Library Development committee. 08/25/56 15. Correspondence from Mrs. Mildred Gerrett to W. P. Kellam. 09/06/56 16. Letter from W. P. Kellam to Miss Helen Hagan regarding the GLA Library Development committee.  08/25/56 17. Correspondence from Helen Hagan to W. P. Kellam.  Emory University. 08/29/56 18. Letter from W. P. Kellam to Mrs. Monroe Moor regarding the GLA Library Development Committee. 08/25/56 19. Correspondence from Mrs. Monroe Moor to W. P. Kellam. 08/29/56 20. Letter from W. P. Kellam to Sara Hightower. Helen Hagen and Monroe Moore eccepted their appointments on the committee. 09/05/56 21. Letter from Sara Hightower to Mr. Porter Kellam regarding the resignation from the GLA Committee. 11/08/56 22. Correspondence from  Mr. Porter Kellam to Sara Hightower regarding the resignation from the GLA Committee and replacement of the chairmen. 11/20/56 23. Letter from W. P. Kellam to Mrs. A. B. Smith regarding Miss Sara Hightower and her resignation from the GLA Committee. 11/20/56 24. Jonesboro High School.  Letter from Edith H. Smith to Mr. W. P. Kellam regarding the GLA Library Development committee. 12/05/56 25. Letter from W. P. Kellam to Mrs. A. B. Smith.  12/07/56 26. Budget 1956-57 on basis of $40,000.00; Regional  Development on basis of $40,000.00 27. Committee report. Georgia Association of A.A.S.L. met in Columbus. 10/27/51 28. To the A.A.S.L.  Members. Attention is called to the article in the Library Journal, September 15, p. 1396; A.L.A. Bulletin, October, p. 309; recent A.A.S.L. Newsletter. 29. It is the believe of A.A.S.L. members in Georgia that: ... 30. A.A.S.L. members in Georgia adopted the following policies. 31. Our Schools. Issued by the School Executive Magazine. Vol.  16. Selecting Material pr the School Library; School Building and Bond Prices; Your Professional Library. 03/03/53 32. Committee report on standards, pre-service training, and organization of G.L.A. Submitted by Sara Hightower. 33. Atlanta Public Schools. Report to Executive Board and G.L.A. the lack of certified personnel.  Signed by Lois Sue Camp. 34. Letter from Mrs. Fattig. Mrs. Lois Sue Camp was approved as a chairman of the School Library Standards Committee. The list of committee members. 02/14/66 35. Recommendations from Georgia AASL Standards Committee.  Instructional materials, training of elementary and secondary school librarians or instructional materials specialists. 10/18/65 36. Report to the Library Department of the Georgia Education Association. Five-Year Program for School Librarians needs a revision. 03/25/65 37. Report to library department of the Georgia Education Association on the Georgia Teacher Education Council. The work of the Subcommittee to Develop Statements of Criteria for College Programs for School Librarians. 03/20/64 38. Library Department of GEA, Business Meeting. Presiding, Secretary’s report, Treasurer’s report, Committee report. 10/23/63 39. Recommendations of the Subcommittee on Criteria for College Programs for School Librarians. 03/20/64 40. School Library Completing Programs for School Library Service in Georgia Colleges 1962-1963. Name of the College and the number of qualifying in Library Science. Programs for School Librarians. 41. Georgia Council on Teacher Education. Georgia Center for Continuing Education. Report of the Pre-Service Education Committee. Means for Studying a Fifth Year Program for Professional Certificate. 11/11-12/63 42. Criteria for Teacher Education Programs in Library Education: frame references, procedures for program development, program design, stuff and facilities, admission procedures. Approved 12/18/63 43. Statistics on Library Training of Librarians Employed in Georgia Schools, 1691-62 44. Report of the School Library Standards Conference of Region III of the American Association of School Librarians and Louisiana and Texas. 01/15-17/65 45. Progress in Southern Elementary Schools. A Study of Selected Elementary School Libraries in the Southern Region. Vol. II. No. 4. 04/64 46. High School Library Standards of States Included in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Atlanta, GA. 11/63 47. Working with a Regional Accrediting Association to Improve School Library Standards. Report from the Southern Librarian. Vol. 14. 11/01/64 48. School Library Standards Committee Report GLA Planning Workshop. 04/10-11/64 49. Letter from Mary Louise Rheay to Mr. Charles Jones, Chairman. The list of committee members. 04/04/74
Folder 16: Special Committee - Student Assistants., 04/14/53 - 03/03/75Add to your cart.
1. Student assistants’ Library Committee of the G.L.A. Workshop. 04/10-11/64 2. Letter from Mrs. D. L. Stephens to Mrs. Helen M. Fattig. GLA Club received Honor Club award. 09/06/67 3. Report of the Student Assistants Committee of the GLA. Letters of congratulations were mailed to the twenty-two clubs that were selected as honor clubs during 1966-67. Signed by ANNIE Laurie F. Stephens. 4. Atlanta Journal. Rock Eagle Meet. Dot Kitchens Heads Library Assistants. Miss Dot Kitchens has been elected president of the new Georgia Assn. 04/02/57 5. Letter from W. P. Kellam to GLA Board Members. To let know whether you authorize the use of not more than $75.00 of GLA funds. 04/08/57 6. Student Assistants Committee of GLA. Secured a list from the State Department of Education; secured a 1965-66 GALA membership roll; mailed letters. Annie Laurie F. Stephens. 7. Report of the Student Assistants’ Committee of the GLA. Submitted by Mabel Hogue. 11/04/65 8. GLA Committee Report on Student Assistants. GALA at Camp Jackson in 04/1963. 10/16/63 9. Report. GLA Committee on Student Assistants. Biennium 1959-1961. Recommendations. 10. Report. GLA Committee on Student Assistants. Achievements of the year 1958-59. Suggestions. 11. Report of GLA Committee on Student Assistants to Executive Board at Luncheon at Mammy’s Shanty. 01/12/57 12. GLA - Biennial Meeting, Savannah, GA, 11/6-9/57. Signed by Elizabeth Jones. 11/09/57 13. Organizational Meeting of Student Assistants, Rock Eagle 4-H Center. The Constitution; Activities and Award Committee Report; Finance Committee Report; Nominating Committee Report; Program Committee Report; Public Committee Report, Standards and qualities; librarian’s Conference; Installation of GLA Officers; Resolutions; Explosives: Handle with care; Registration list: students, librarians. 03/29-30/57 14. Brochure. Georgia Library Assistants Organizational Work Conference. 03/29-30/57 15  Report on the meeting held in Augusta. Committee: Ray Osborne, Dorothy Blake, Willene Webster. 11/04/55 16.Letter from W. P. Kellam to Miss Webster regarding the summary of the committee’s thinking on the possible formation of a state organization of student assistants. 12/09/55 17. Letter from W. P. Kellam to Miss Jones regarding the service as chairman of the GLA Committee on Student Assistants. 01/11/56 18. College Park High School. Letter from Elizabeth Jones to Mr. Kellam. Acceptance of the Chairmanship. 02/15/56 19. Invitation letter from Mr. Kellam to Mrs. Alverson, Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Blake, and Mrs. Brico to serve on the GLA Committee on Student Assistants. 02/16/56 20. Moultrie High School. Letter from Mrs. Alverson to Mr. Kellam. Acceptance of the Chairmanship. 02/27/56 21. Athens Regional Library. Letter from June Brice to Mr. Kellam. Acceptance of the Chairmanship. 02/17/56 22. American High School. Letter from Mrs. Bell to Mr. Kellam. . Acceptance of the Chairmanship. 03/02/56 23. College Park High School. Letter from Elizabeth Jones to Mr. Kellam regarding the meeting on 08/21/56. 10/08/56 24. Letter from Mr. Kellam to Miss Jones regarding the GLA Committee on Student Assistants meeting. 10/16/56 25. Report on certificates for student assistants. Signed by Willene Webster. 10/12/53 26. State Department of Education. Letter from Betty Ayers to Miss Hightower regarding the certificates.  04/17/53 27. GLA. Letter from Eloise T. Jones to Mrs. Browne regarding the bill for the banner. 04/05/60 28. Report from Committee on Student Assistants. Committee: Mrs. Bruce Blake, Raye Osborne, Willene Webster. 29. Blank Certificate of Service. 30. GALA 1972. Brochure. 04/21-23/72 31. The Lamppost, GALA. Handbook. Information about the State Organization: activities, regulations, awards. 04/62. 32. GALA. State and District Presidents. 1972. 33. Student Assistant Committee Report 1970-71. The possibility of GALA and SLAG merging; activities of the chairman. Signed by Mrs. Barbara C. Cade. 34. Student Assistant Committee Meeting Report. Callaway Gardens on 03/10/71.  35. Student Assistant Committee, GLA. The possibility of the student organizations merging. 01/07/71 36. A list of names for Student Assistant Committee. Letter to David Estes from Barbara. 02/24/70 37. Report of the Student Assistant Committee of the GLA. Recognitions for achievements. Signed by Annie Laurie F. Stephen. 38. Report of the Student Assistant Committee of the GLA. Recognition of student assistants. Signed by Anne Ansley. 09/01/69 39. List of Presidents of the Georgia Association of Library Assistants. From 1957 to 1969. 40. Letter from Anne Ansley to Miss Jean Cochran. Information about the plaque for GALA; a sheet from the catalog from AAA Trophies is enclosed. 02/26/69 41. Student assistant committee of GLA; GALA Workshop; Stone Mountain INN. Purpose of the Student Assistants’ Committee; review of the past activities; Ideas for 1968-69. 03/29-30/68 42. The blank of the Certificate of Service GLA. 43. Handbook. Library Department of the GEA and Children’s and Young People’s Library Section of the GLA. Information at the state and district level concerning the organization’s history, membership, officers, Board Directors and committees. 44. Letter from Mr. Kellam to GLA Board Members regarding the funds in financing the newly formed Association of Student Library Assistants. 04/10/57 45. Letter from Beverly Wheatcroft to Mr. Kellam in favor of spending $75.00 of GLA funds to assist Association of Student Library Assistants. 04/09/57 46. Letter from Mr. Kellam to the GLA Members. Meeting at the DeSoto Hotel, Savannah, on November 7, 8, and 9th. 03/29/57 47. Members of Welfare Committee to which Bill 486 has been referred; legislator, and county. 48. Letter from Mrs. Fattig to Mrs. Stephens regarding the chairman service for the GLA, and people who will serve in the Student Assistants Committee. 02/23/66 49. School Library Standards 1961-63. 50. Scholarship Committee 1961-63. 51. Membership 1961-63. 52. Library Development Committee 1961-63. 53. Intellectual Freedom Committe1961-63. 54. Federal Relations Committee 1961-63. 55. Members of the GLA Committees year 1963-65: Budget Committee; Constitution and By-Laws Committee; GLA Representatives to Georgia Committee on Children and Youth; "Georgia Librarian" Editorial Board; Membership; Intellectual Freedom; Committee to Study the Distribution, Preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia; Scholarship; Librarianship as a Career; Library Development; Federal Relations; National Library Week; Student Assistants; School Library Standards; Office of the Association; Section of the Association; Cooperating Committees. 56. Members of the GLA Committees: Librarianship as a Career; Library Development; Federal Relations; National Library Week; Student Assistants; School Library Standards; Budget Committee; Constitution and By-Law Committee; GLA Representatives to Georgia Committee on Children and Youth; "Georgia Librarian" Editorial Board; Membership; Intellectual Freedom; Committee to Study the Distribution, Preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State Georgia; Scholarship. 57. GLA Proposed Budget 1970-1971. Income; Expenses. 01/09/70 58. GLA Budget: Brought Forward; Income; Disbursements; Hubbard Scholarship Fund; GLA Savings Accounts. 01/04/71 59. GLA. Officers of the Association; Sections of the Association; Committees. 1967. 60. Scratch note. Student Assistants Committee. Signed by Bob Richardson.  61. Letter from Mary Louise Rheay to Mr. Richardson. 03/03/75 62. Letter from Robert J. Richardson to Miss Rheay. Report. 02/26/75 63. Letter from Miss Rheay to Miss Frances Rees regarding the workshop and serving as a Chairman. 04/02/74 64.  Letter from Frances Rees to Miss Rheay regarding the GLA Spring Workshop. 03/27/74 65. Letter from Mary Louise Rheay to Mr. Robert J. Richardson. The list of people on the committee. 04/09/74
Folder 17: State Aid., 03/08/44 - 01/10/66Add to your cart.
1. Legislative Program of the GLA. The budget of the State Department of Education. Plan: adequate teacher’s salaries, improved facilities, extended textbook program, and better transportation. 2. Report of the Legislative and State Aid Committee GLA. Period covered 05/49-10/51. The following items for librarians: rural public library service, school libraries, method of payment of country librarians for state, and recommendations. Submitted by Virginia McJenkin.  10/26/51 3. Statement to ALA Officers. The statement of Interpretation. 08/05/64 4. Statement of concern about possible change in state library order procedure. Reasons. 03/26/65 5. Report of the State Aid Committee GLA. Report is about the meeting in Atlanta 03/08/44; statements. 03/27/47 6. State of Legislation of Interest to Libraries. 89th Congress, 2nd Session. 01/10/66 7. Results of the five year plan for state aid for rural public library development. On Georgia 1944-49. Goals for the next five years; the present situations. 8. GLA. Report of the Committee and State Aid. 04/49 9. Questionnaire. To be filled out to secure state aid in the purchase of library materials: finances, selection of materials, service, personal, governing body. 10. Some regulations governing the use of State Aid for Public Libraries. 11. Report of the State Aid Committee. GLA. Looking toward action at the 1943 meeting of Legislature; planning Committee of Association. Submitted by Tommie Dora Barker. 03/08/44
Folder 18: resolutions, 11/04/65 - 08/11/71Add to your cart.
1. GLA. Biennial Conference. Report of the Committee to study the distribution, Preservation, and bibliographical control of the official publications of the state of Georgia. 1971 2. GLA.  Biennium Conference. Report of the Committee to study the distribution, preservation, and bibliographical control of the official publications of the state of Georgia. Introduction in the 1969 Georgia General Assembly. 1969 3. Memorandum to Members of the Committee to Study the Distribution, Preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia.  Signed by Frances Muse. 08/11/71 4. GLA. Minutes of the Committee to study the Distribution, Preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia. Submitted by Thelma Freides. 01/26/71 5. Memorandum to: Committee to Study the Distribution, preservation, and Bibliographical Control of State Documents. The bill was approved by the House and is now in the Senate. 02/09/71 6. GLA Standing Committee. Committee to Study the Distribution, preservation, and Bibliographical Control of State Documents. Addresses. 7. Memorandum of the Committee to Study the Distribution, preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the official Publications of the State of Georgia. Report of the Chairman. Signed by Frances Muse. 01/04/71 8. GLA. Committee to Study the Distribution, preservation, and Bibliographical Control of State Documents. Implementation of the Georgia Documents Act (Johnson Act). 9. Cooperation of State Departments and State Librarian. Official Filling. State’s Exchange Officer. 10. Resolution.  Creation of the Committee to Study the Distribution, Preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia. 11. Report of the Committee to Study the Distribution, preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia. Recommendations. 11/04/65 12. Letter from Geo. L. Smith II to Jack B. Ray. Special interest committee known as the Control of Official Publications. Members. 07/16/70 13. Letter from David E. Estes to George L. Smith II. Request for the letter from Mr. Estes dated 02/05/70 along with the letter from Miss Jean Cochran. 06/02/70 14. Letter from David E. Estes to George L. Smith II. Need for an assistance. Disinterest from George L. Smith’s office. 02/05/70 15. Letter from Jean D. Cochran to George L. Smith II regarding the creation of the "Committee to Study the Distribution, Preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia,"and its chairmanship. 09/04/69 16. Letter from Jean D. Cochran to Mr. William R. Pullen regarding the declination of representation of the Association on the Committee by Porter Kellam.  09/04/69 17. Letter from Geo. L. Smith II to Ms. Jean D. Cochran regarding the interest in HR 338. 03/25/69 18. Memorandum to the Members of the Committee to Study the Distribution, preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia. Write to Speaker Smith, urging his support of the resolution. 03/20/69 19. Letter from Elliott H. Levitas to Mr. W. R. Pullen regarding the Speaker Smith. 03/17/69 20. Letter from William R. Pullen to George T. Smith regarding Checklist of Official Publications of the State of Georgia. 03/20/69 21. Resolution H.R. No. 338 by Mr. Levitas of the 77th. 22. Committee to Study the Distribution, preservation, and Bibliographical Control of State Documents. The list of members. 23. Letter from Elliott H. Levitas to Mr. Estes. Contact the speaker and ask whether he desired another special resolution to be introduced. 02/03/70 24. Letter from David E. Estes to Mr. Elliott H. Levitas regarding the Resolution 338. 01/28/70 25. GLA. Biennium Conference - 1969. Report of the Committee to Study the Distribution, preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia. Main accomplishment of the Committee during the biennium. 26. Report of the Committee to Study the Distribution, preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia for the Biennium 1965/67 27. Memorandum to the Executive Board, GLA. From: Committee to Study the Distribution, preservation, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia. 11/01/67 28. Provisions and Definitions to be Included on Legislation to Govern the Preservation, Distribution, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the state of Georgia. 10/31/67 29. Memorandum of the Executive Board, GLA. Committee has drawn up definitions and specifications for legislation necessary to accomplish the stated aims of this committee. 11/01/67 30. Provisions and Definitions to be included in Legislation to Govern the Preservation, Distribution, and Bibliographical Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia. Record, deposit, and listing of the documents. 10/31/67 31. Preliminary Report of the Committee to Study the Distribution, Preservation, and Bibliographic Control of the Official Publications of the State of Georgia for the Biennium 1965/67 32. Federal Relations Committee Report. By Louise Trotti. 09/27/67 33. Exhibits Committee Report to 1967 GLA Biennial Conference. Invitations to exhibit. Submitted by Carl Franklin. 34. Biennial Report 1965 - 1967. National Library Week Committee. Signed by Carlton J. Thaxton. 35. Report of the intellectual Freedom Committee of the GLA for the Biennium 1965-67. Guidelines for young and inexperienced librarians might be helpful. Proposal to present this idea to SELA. 36. Librarianship as a Career Committee. 1967 GLA Conference Report.  04/23/66, "Librarianship as a Career" workshop was presented. Special attention on recruitment. 37. Imperial Book Scholarship was revised and up dated, and awarded to Mrs. Brenda Cole. Hubbard Scholarship was awarded to Mrs. Valeria Jean Hitt. Submitted by Mrs. Hugh Howell. 38. Report to GLA from School Library Standards Committee Chairman. Georgia Standards, ALA Standards. 09/28/67 39. Membership Committee Report 1965 - 1967. Concerning the Membership Records letter. Submitted by Joanne Pelletier Stratton. 40. Report from GLA Representatives to Georgia Committee on Chairman and Youth.  To improve health, welfare, education, recreation, and spiritual life of all children in Georgia. 41. Report of the Budget Committee for the Biennium 1965-67. GLA. Signed by Robert N. Smith and W. T. Johnston. 42. Report of the Student Assistants Committee of the GLA.  Recognitions to the GLA Assistants for their achievements. Signed by Annie Laurie F. Stephens. 43. Report of the Committee to study Distribution, Preservation, and Bibliographical Control of Official Publications to the Executive Board of the GLA. Interest in formulating legislation to implement Recommendations made last year. 12/12/66 44. Report of the Committee to Study the Distribution, Preservation, and Bibliographic Control of the Official Publications of the State o Georgia to the GLA. Recommendations. 11/04/65 45. Bibliographical Data. Ralph C.M Flynt; professional and academic affiliations. 46. Preliminary Report of the Committee to Study the Distribution, Preservation, and Bibliographic Control of the Official Publications of the state of Georgia for the Biennium. Bill concerned with the handling of state publications has been prepared. 1965/1967.  47. Federal Relations Committee Report. List of names of the members of committee. 09/27/67 48. Exhibits Committee report to 1967 GLA Biennial Conference. Submitted by Carl Franklin. 49. Biennial Report 1965/67. National Library Week Committee. Results of participation and coverage. The program brings a better awareness of libraries, their purposes, programs, and needs. 50. Report of the Intellectual freedom Committee of the Georgia Library Association for the Biennium 1965-67. Guidelines for young and inexperienced librarians might be helpful. 51. Librarianship as a Career Committee. 1967 GLA. Conference Report. Efforts that have been during the past two years. 52. Report. Imperial Book Scholarship is awarded to Mrs. Brenda Cole; Hubbard Scholarship award was given to Mrs. Valeria Jean Hitt. Submitted by Mrs. Hugh Howell. 53. Report of GLA from School Library Standards Committee Chairman. Georgia Standards; ALA Standards; Standards for School Libraries; Standards for Media Programs. 09/28/67 54. Membership Committee Report 1965/67. Submitted by JoAnne Pelletier Stratton. 55. Report from GLA Representatives to Georgia Committee on Children and Youth. "Communication with Youth" 1966; "Some of our children are hungry for food, for spiritual values, for learning, for work, for community."  1967. 56. Report of the Budget Committee for the Biennium 1965/67. GLA. Recommended budget issue for submission to the Executive Board.  Submitted by Robert N. Smith. 57. Report of the student Association Committee of the GLA. Submitted by Annie Laure F. Stephens. 58. Report of the Library Development Committee GLA. Period Covered: 11/65 --11/67. Important efforts in finding ways to improve, planning for the coordination of Federal programs, participation in programs, urging the support and adoption of the new Public Library Standards. 59. Report of the Control of Official Publications Study Committee. To the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Members of the General Assembly of Georgia and other interested persons.
Folder 19: To Study Publication., 03/22/62 - 01/03/64Add to your cart.
1. Letter from William R. Pullen to Miss Edith Foster. Regarding the Report of the Committee Appointed to Study the Possibility of Georgia Library Association’s issuing a Publication. 03/22/62 2. Report of the Committee Appointed to Study the Possibility of Georgia Library Association’s issuing a Publication. The publications might include the following types of material. 3. Committee to Study the Distribution, Preservation, and Bibliographical Control of State Documents. A 4-point program. Signed by Frances Muse. 4. Report concerning establishment of a GLA Publication. Submitted by Helrn Fattig. 01/03/64

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[Box 55],
[Box 56],
[Box 57],
[Box 58],
[Box 59],
[Box 60],
[Box 61],
[Box 62],
[Box 63: Contains COMO 2003 materials, membership flyersm GLQ magazine, Executive board minutes 1993, 2000, 2006-2007, and tax exemption information.],
[Box 64],
[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],
[Box 74],
[Box 75],
[Box 76],
[Box 77: Financials, 2001-2011],
[Box 78],
[Box 79],
[Box 80],
[Box 81],
[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],
[All]


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