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Atlanta University collection

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Identifier: aarl89-017
Overview The collection contains documents spanning the dates from 1865 to 1989, with the bulk of the material from the period 1882-1865, and relating to the history and operation of Atlanta University and later Atlanta University Center, including newspaper clippings, ephemera, presidential reports, general correspondence, financial documents, photographs, legal documents, and essays, memoirs, and speeches.

Bondurant / Augustus Trammel collection

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Identifier: aarl89-009
Overview The collection documents the Bondurant family through correspondence and photographs dated from 1917 as well as Augustus Trammel's life as an African American farmer near Villa Rica, Georgia from 1907-1942 through his financial papers.

Carter’s Department Store Records

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Identifier: aarl001-010
Scope and Contents This collection of Carter’s Department Store covers the years 1948 to 1964. The collection contains advertisements, stationary, customer credit records, general ledgers, check stubs, financial statements, invoices, receipts, journal sheets, ledgers, overdue notices, personal correspondence, pharmaceutical price lists and signed checks.

Dr. Henry F. Shorter papers

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Identifier: aarl94-007
Overview The collection spans 1886 to 1994 and consists of photographs depicting Shorter family members and friends dating from 1907 to 1920, legal and financial documents including deeds, titles, and Henry F. Shorter, Sr.'s will, correspondence, minutes of the New Hope Missionary Baptist Sunday School convention in 1904, and a set of picture postcards of Muscle Shoals and Florence, Alabama.

Edward Randolph Carter and Andrew Jackson Lewis collection

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Identifier: aarl90-004
Overview The collection consists of papers of Edward Randolph Carter and Andrew Jackson Lewis from ca. 1890-1985. The papers include correspondence, printed material, photographs, financial records, clippings, a diary (1942) documenting Lewis' military service during World War II, and ephemera. Early materials (1905-1942) pertain to Carter's religious activities and duties as pastor of Friendship Baptist Church (Atlanta, Ga.) and also include writings and sermons of Carter. The bulk of the collection...

First Congregational Church, U.C.C., Atlanta, Georgia records

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Identifier: aarl94-015
Scope and Content Note The First Congregational Church Records is 16 linear feet and date from 1874 through 1995. Found within the collection are Church History Records, Church Order of Service, Church Financial Records, Church Administrative Records, Church Anniversaries, Programs and Events, Church Social Clubs, Church Pastor’s Newsletters, Seasonal Greeting and Invitation Cards , and Church Photograph Collection.

National Black Arts Festival records

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Identifier: aarl96-017
Overview The National Black Arts Festival collection consists of items from the years 1988 through 1998 and contains commemorative textiles including tee shirts, caps, sweatshirts, and canvas tote bags, as well as ephemera such as buttons, compact disc recordings, program guides, brochures, exhibit catalogs and guides, fliers, promotional packages, annual reports, essays, pamphlets, clipings, poetry, audiocassette tapes, photographs, financial records, administrative records, correspondence, folk arts...

The 27 Club records

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Identifier: aarl91-006
Overview The collection consists of the records of The 27 Club (Atlanta, Ga.) from 1949-1969. The records include correspondence, by-laws, memoranda, membership rosters, guest lists, financial records, and minutes documenting the activities and interests of the club regarding the participation of African Americans in society and civil rights. The materials contain information on accommodations for African-American athletes in Atlanta (Ga.), funds for Charlayne Hunter, donations for those in need, and...

ZAMI Records

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Identifier: aarl009-005
Scope and Contents The collection consists of secretarial paper work of ZAMI, organizational Herstory, newspaper clippings and tributes, employment and organizational descriptions of staffing, instructional workshops and presentations, travel expense, ceremonial program handouts, support group developments and meetings, and editorial publications are also included along with letters of correspondences and collaborations. Other materials relating to ZAMI include records documenting the organization’s local...