CSU Archives

Joseph Mahan Collection (MC 32)

Biographical Note Permission to Publish
Scope and Content Box and Folder List
Provenance

Biographical Note

Joseph Mahan, Jr. (1921-1995) was born June 11, 1921 in Cassville, Georgia. He attended Reinhardt College in Waleska, Georgia and the University of Georgia, where he took and A.B.J. in 1946 and an M.A. in 1950. He received his PhD from the University of North Carolina in 1970. He served with the U.S. army in Europe from 1942 to 1945. Among the positions he held were teaching jobs (1952-1959) with the University of Georgia at the Continue Education Division at Columbus, which preceded the establishment of Columbus College, Curator and Director of Education and Research at the Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts (1959-1972, Executive Director of the historic village of Westville in Lumpkin, (1972-the 1980s) and as the preservation planner for the Lower Chattahoochee Area Planning and Development Commission. He organized and was the moving force within ISAC (Institute for the Study of American Cultures) which seeks to document pre-Columbian contacts between the old and new worlds.

Scope and Content

The collection reflects his career activities and his research. It includes correspondence, copies of articles or excerpts from longer secondary works, extracted notes from primary sources, tapes of interviews and Indian ceremonies, and student papers. It contains notes taken from colonial and early national period primary sources relating to the history of Eastern North American Indian tribes and early 19th century archeology; articles from periodicals and newspapers (1952-1977) relating to American pre-history, particularly discoveries of inscription, coins, and metal artifacts indicating pre-Columbian trans-Atlantic culture contacts; personal correspondence (1952-1956) relating to research into American Indian and Georgia history; and a card file which indexes and annotates information, dates, and bibliography in this collection. The Yuchi Indians represent one of the largest subject areas within the collection with publications, notes, and correspondence relating to their history, culture, ethnology, phonology, and the visit to Columbus of Chief Joseph Brown, their Green Corn Ceremony (tape), and the Coweta Memorial Association which acquired land in Russell County, Alabama, for the Yuchis. Other subject areas include general archaeological investigations in the region; the Bull Creek archaeological site in Columbus; the Kolomoki Indian mounds; Singer-Moye Mounds, Rood Mounds; the Hearn Tablet, a Sumerian tablet found in LaGrange; the Treaty of Indian Springs Folder, February 12, 1825; the Haiman Civil War Sword Factory in Columbus; the Gunboat Chattahoochee crew members; The Gallant City, the Civil War Centennial pageant; King's Gap in Harris County; Walker-Peters-Langdon House; Major Raphael J. Moses; extensive primary and secondary material on Brigadier General Paul J. Semmes, a Columbusite killed at Gettysburg; symposium papers from the 1973 & 1974 conferences on pre-Columbian contacts held at Westville; and Westville correspondence and other records, 1968-1978.

The processed part of the collection is divided in 5 series: Series 1 -- Subject Files, Series 2 -- American Historic Preservation Commission, Series 3 -- Westville, Series 4 -- Institute for the Study of American Cultures (ISAC) and Series 5 -- Lower Chattahoochee Area Planning and Development Committee. In addition to the processed material, there are 17 boxes of unprocessed material, including several of publications and index cards, perhaps keyed to his subject files.

1940s-2000s 40 boxes (40 l.f)

 

Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the Joseph Mahan Collection must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required:

Joseph Mahan Collection, MC 32
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia

Provenance

Donated by Dr. Joseph Mahan, Jr. in 1978, 1983 and 1987.

 

Note to Researchers

See also:

Katherine H. Mahan Papers (MC 165)

Institute for the Study of American Cultures (ISAC) Collection (MC 134)

Box and Folder List

MC 32

Box and folder lists

SERIES 1 – Subject Files


Box 1

Folder 1 – African American Historic Preservation Society, 1985-1991

This folder also includes information relating to the African-American Family History Association of Atlanta, Georgia; The Minority Historic Preservation Network of Georgia, the Chattahoochee Valley African-American Culture Center at St. John's, also known as the Columbus Black Cultural Center.

Folder 2 – Alabama Historical Commission, 1982-1989

Folder 3 – Alabama Historical Commission, 1990-1992

Folder 4 – Alphabets - Old World, 1959-1960s

Folder 5 – American Indian Movement, 1973-1974

Folder 6 – Ancient Mariners, 1959-1970

Folder 7 – Ancient Vermont Conference, October 13-15, 1977

Folder 8 – Andersonville, Georgia (Confederate Prison), 1961-1974

Folder 9 – Andersonville and Americus, Georgia books (cataloged and on Archives Research Room shelf)

Folder 10 – Archaeology of Georgia by Isabel Garrard Patterson, 1937 ?

Folder 11 – Architecture – Cherokee, 1818 (Photostats)-1950s

Folder 12 – Architecture – Prehistoric, 1960s-1970s

Folder 13 – Archives and History, Georgia Department of, 1964-1968

Folder 14 – Arthur, Gabriel, Journey to Tomahitan 1673-74.

This folder contains a hand-written transcription of a letter printed in The First Explorations of the Trans-Allegheny Region by the Virginians by Clarence Walworth Alcord and Lee Bidgood, The Arthur H. Clark Company, Cleveland: 1912

Folder 15 – Astrology, 1972

This folder contains a copy of The Zodiac Library: Gemini (22 May-20 June) by Derek & Julia Parker, A Mitchell Beazley/Mayflower Book, 1972

Folder 16 – Atlanta, newspaper clippings, 1905-1972.

Folder 17 – Atlanta - newspaper clippings covering the opening of Gone with the Wind, 1939

Folder 18 – Atlantis, 1937-1972

Folder 19 – Atwater, Caleb, Description of the Antiquities Discovered in the State of Ohio. .. , pages 138-225 (photocopy), 1820

Folder 20 – Auraria, Georgia 1831-1849

This folder contains a report on Auraria and the Georgia Gold Rush of the 1830s and 1840s written by Joe Mahan in May of 1956, his research notes, a copy of Scenic South of April, 1962 with an article about Auraria and a copy of the Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine of November 8, 1964 with an article about Auraria, 1956-1974

Folder 21 – Bahamas and Atlantis, 1969-1973

Folder 22 – Bancroft, Herbert Howe, American Antiquities: Being the Entire Section Devoted to the Subject on the Author's Series on the Native Races, New York, The Bancroft Company, (photocopy of pages 778-787), 1921

Folder 23 – Barnard Family, 1826-1932

This folder includes transcripts of a letter of May 21st, 1836 concerning Indian attacks on settlers, an undated draft of an article written by Violet Moore on Ti9mothy Barnard, a very early settler in Macon County, Georgia and a Photostat of an article from December of 1932 about Major Barnard.

Folder 24 – Barnsley Gardens, 1975-1979

This folder contains information on Barnsley Gardens, the remains of the 10,000 acre plantation of Godfrey Barnsley, a Savannah, Georgia cotton factor, which he acquired in the 1840s and named Woodlands. The house was in ruins by the 1970s, but the Rome Area Heritage Foundation applied for grants to purchase the remains of the house and the 35 acres of gardens for restoration and opening to the public. Included here are correspondence, grant applications, reports and recommendation concerning the project.

Folder 25 – Barnsley, Godfrey

This folder contains several original documents and letters concerning Godfrey Barnsley (1805-1873) and his family, including photos of the house (Woodlands) and grounds.

Folder 26 – Bartow County, Georgia, 1949-1975

This folder includes information on the county, originally named Cass County. Materials include photos of old homes in the county, programs of historical tours, brochures on the county, school theme papers on the history of the area, newspaper clippings and correspondence.

Folder 27 – Bartram, William, 1970

This folder contains a copy of the Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine from February 8, 1970 with an article on the exploratory journeys of William Bartram from 1773 to 1777 through parts of North Caroline, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama.

Folder 28 – Baskets, n.d.

Folder 29 – Battle of Girard Historical Marker text, 1989

Folder 30 – Berry Schools, Rome, Georgia, 1968

Pages from the Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine of October 20, 1968 on the schools established by Martha Berry near Rome, Georgia

Folder 31 – Bibliography, 1960s-1971s

Material Mahan gathered for a planned bibliography on “evidences of contacts and cultural relationships between certain Indian tribes of the eastern United States and ancient peoples from the Mediterranean area”.

Folder 32 – Bibliography - Ancient East

Folder 33 – Bibliography - Andean Archaeology

Folder 34 – Bibliography - Caribbean Archaeology

Folder 35 – Bibliography - Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology

Folder 36 – Bibliography - Eastern Origins, Historic Sources

Folder 37 – Bibliography – Historic Sources

Includes undated letter from Mahan to Columbus Museum staff wish is an attempt at “explaining within the necessary context the reasons for this Museum's engaging in a research project which involves certain areas of investigation beyond the normal scope of the Museum's activities.”

Folder 38 – Bibliography – Indian

Folder 39 – Bibliography – Mexican Archaeology

Folder 40 – Biographies

Folder 41 – Bradley Museum Clippings, 1953-1954

Folder 42 – Brendan, Saint Voyages

An ad for a Book of the Month Alternate selection, The Brendan Voyage by Tim Severin, published in 1978.

Folder 43 – Brewer, Dr. Thomas Historical Marker, November, 1989

This includes a program for the unveiling of the marker on 1st Avenue in Columbus, Georgia in from of his former medical office as a tribute to Dr. Thomas H. Brewer, Sr. (1894-1956), an African-American physician who was an early civil rights advocate. He was killed near his office by a white merchant-politician on February 18, 1956.

Folder 44 – Bricks

Folder 45 – Brier Creek, Battle, Jackson Country, Georgia - American Revolution. A research paper by Dale Toddy, Columbus College, November 20, 1978

Folder 46 – Bronze

Folder 47 – Bronze Age Culture

This folder includes two magazines, Aramco World Magazine, March-April 1976 and Archaeology, July 1975.

Folder 48 – Brown, Chief

This folder contains newspaper clippings and articles about Samuel W. Brown, Sr. (1833-1935), the chief of the Euchee tribe in Oklahoma.

Folder 49 – Brown, Chief – Photographs

Folder 50 – Brown Family Data OHS (Oklahoma Historical Society?), n.d.

Folder 51 – Brown Family Genealogy, 1958

This folder contains a: Program of the celebration on the return of the Yuchi Tribe of Indians to the Chattahoochee Valley, June 7 and 8, 1958; notes for speeches given at the celebration, newspaper clippings, and a genealogical chart of the family of Chief Samuel H. Brown. Also included are several photographs of the celebration and of Chief Brown.

Folder 52 – Brown, Governor Joseph E.

This folder contains newspaper clippings from the Atlanta Constitution of June 24, 1934, concerning the scholarship fund established at the University of Georgia in 1882 by Governor Joseph E. Brown in memory of his son, Charles McDonald Brown.

Folder 53 – Brown, S.W., Jr. – Writings, 1957-1974

Folder 54 – Bullard-Hart-Sampson House Historical Marker, 1990

Text of the historical marker placed in front of the house on Second Avenue in Columbus, Georgia.

Folder 55 – Cabins, Log

This folder contains one picture postcard of an unidentified log cabin, n.d.

Folder 56 – Caldwell, Joseph R. – Letter concerning the Metcalf stone, October 10, 1968

Folder 57 – Canals

This folder contains an article from the Town Crier of Wilmington, MA of January 25, 1978 concerning the restoration of the central pier of the Middlesex Canal Aquaduct where it crossed the Shawsheen River.

Folder 58 – Carian Alphabet, 1970s

This folder contains correspondence and other information on Carian texts, the written language of the Lydian people of central Asia Minor in Homeric times.

Folder 59 – Caribbean and South American Correspondence (Inactive File), 1963-1966

This folder contains letters to and from various research organizations concerning the possible Caribbean origins of the Yuchi Indians.

Folder 60 – Caribbean Ceramics Influence in SE United States, 1894, 1964

This folder contains two photocopies articles on this subject, one from the American Anthropologist of 1894 and the other from Science of 1 May, 1964

Folder 61 – Carter, Jimmy – Presidential Campaign Materials, 1974

Folder 62 – Cassville, 1950

This folder contains the manuscript of Joseph Mahan's master's thesis on his home town of Cassville, Georgia. He received his Master's from the University of North Carolina in 1950. Various notes and other material are also included.


Box 2

Folder 1 – Catawba Indians, 1958-1961

This folder contains correspondence between Mahan and Mary Crowder concerning the Catawba tribe. In addition, there is an envelope of material sent to Mahan by Miss Crowder that includes photographs of Indian schools, newspaper clippings on Indian crafts and the life and death of Samuel Taylor Blue, chief of the tribe.

Folder 2 – Cattle Production in Colonial Days, n.d.

This is an essay by Tina Barron titled Cattle Production in Georgia During the Colonial Days. It was presumable written for one of Dr. Mahan's classes for the University of Georgia Extension Program.

Folder 3 – Cedarwood Cemetery, Richland, Georgia, Historical Marker, 1988

Folder 4 – Celts (Newspaper and magazine clippings), 1976

Folder 5 – Charles Junction (Georgia) Historical Society, 1990-1991

Folder 6 – Chase, David W., 1967-1968

This includes correspondence with David Chase, assistant director of the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts concerning a slide presentation a lecture on Iran.

Folder 7 – Chattahoochee Gunboat Crew Members, 1863-1961

This folder contains a report on proposed salvage methods for the Confederate gunboat Chattahoochee (June 27, 1961, photo-static copies of the crew muster rolls for March and June of 1863, and index cards with notes on various crew members, taken from the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion, Series I, Vol. 17, but also including some notes from other sources.

Folder 8 – Chattahoochee Trace Promotional Materials, 1960-1970s

In addition to tourism brochures, this folder also includes a copy of a Report on Basic Community Potentials and Problems related to the Development of the Chattahoochee River, Lakes and Waterway System, prepared by Howard A. Schretter, Researcher in Geography, May 27, 1962

Folder 9 – Chattahoochee Valley Architecture, 1978

This is an order form for the book The Architectural Legacy of the Lower Chattahoochee Valley in Alabama and Georgia, edited by D. Gregory Jeane and published by the University of Alabama Press in June of 1978

Folder 10 – Cherokee County, Georgia, 1973-1978

This includes photographs and negatives of the Galt House in Canton, Georgia, the program of the Last Homecoming, Fairview Church, August 6, 1978, some sheet music of hymns, and an article from the Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine of June 24, 1973 on Eugene Cline, a botanist from Canton, Georgia.

Folder 11 – Cherokee - Domestic Life, 1930s-1940s

This folder has several newspaper clippings with stories of Cherokee life, as well as some handwritten notes on the subject.

Folder 12 – Cherokee - General History, 1930s-1970s

This includes newspaper articles from the 1930s-1970s on Cherokee history, as well as correspondence relating to the history of the Cherokee.

Folder 13 – Cherokee - Inscription, Farley Stone, 1970s

Folder 14 – Cherokee - Keetowah Society, 1970s

This folder includes research papers, interviews and other information on the origin legends of the Cherokee peoples.

Folder 15 – Cherokee - New Echota, Georgia, 1950s-1960s

This folder contains magazine and newspaper clippings on New Echota, the Cherokee National Capital, as well as research notes and the minutes of the New Echota Advisory Committee, 1958.

Folder 16 – Cherokee – Oklahoma, 1975

This folder contains information relating to the Cherokee in Oklahoma, including brochures on historic sites, a factsheet on and organizational history of the Cherokee National Historical Society and information on the Cherokee National Museum.

Folder 17 – Cherokee – Phoenix Newspaper report, 1835 (copy)

This folder contains copies of an exchange of letters concerning the removal of the printing press, type, books and other materials from the house of Mr. Elijah Meeks at new Echota in the summer of 1835. The originals are in the Georgia State Archives.

Folder 18 – Cherokee - Unto These Hills, 1955, 1973

This folder contains programs for Unto These Hills: a Drama of the Cherokee Indian, presented at the Mountainside Theatre in Cherokee, North Carolina, a packet of postcards and a newspaper clipping for the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer from 1973 about Indian life.

Folder 19 – Chile, 1955

This folder contains an article excerpted from Anais do XXX Congresso Internacional Americanistas (Sao Paulo, 1955) concerning the discovery of a boy sacrificed to the gods by the Inca in the 15th century.

Folder 20 – Chinese, 1973-1975

This folder contains two articles concerning pre-Columbian contacts between Chinese peoples and North America

Folder 21 – Choctaw Indians

This consists of a copy of A Royal Family of Choctaws or The Choctaw Story, by I. C. Gunning, published by the Eastern Oklahoma Historical Society. n.d.

Folder 22 – Chronology of European Contact with Native Americans

This folder contains two copies of the chronology, plus a listing of references to the Yuchi tribe, also called the Uchees or Outchees.

Folder 23 – Clinton, Georgia, 1970s

This includes copies of articles about historic sites in Clinton and Jones County, Georgia, along with correspondence concerning a presentation made by Dr. Mahan in 1978, a copy a report he prepared called An Historical Perspective of Clinton, Georgia, and other items on Clinton and Jones County.

Folder 24 – Coastal Georgia - St. Simon's Island

This folder includes Historical Markers in Coastal Georgia (1971), Historic Glimpses of St. Simons Island, 1736-1924 (1973), Inventory of the Lighthouse Keeper's Museum of Coastal History, complied by Theo Hotch (September 26, 1972), Introduction to the Lists of Library Holdings Related to the Coastal Area of Georgia (n.d.) and park brochures.

Folder 25 – Cobb County - Marietta, Georgia, 1961, 1973

This folder contains a copy of Historic Cobb County (1961), Historic Highlights in Cobb County (1973) and a photocopied short history of the county (n.d.)

Folder 26 – Cobb, Howell-Biographical Notes, 1961

This is a research paper by Vergil L. Seawell, Lt. Col., U.S. Army, for Dr. Mahan's History 454 class submitted on March 8, 1961 on Howell Cobb (b. 1815), the Confederate commander of the defenses of Columbus, Georgia in April of 1865.

Folder 27 – Coca-Cola Company, 1967

This contains articles from the Sunday Columbus Ledger-Enquirer of December 24, 1967 on Dr. J. S. Pemberton, the creator of Coca-Cola, as well as an off-print from the The Coca-Cola Refresher, January-February 1967 on the Nine Homes of the Coca-Cola company.

Folder 28 – Coffey Portrait Source, April 7, 1972

This contains a letter from Amos C. Newson concerning the papers and belongings of General Coffey, for whom Coffey County, Georgia is named.

Folder 29 – Coins, 1966-1977

This folder contains articles, photographs and correspondence relating to the discovery of pre-Columbian European coins in the United States.

Folder 30 – Colquit, Col. Peyton H. - Military Career, April 20, 1861 – Sept. 22, 1863

Folder 31 – Columbus History – Aviation

Folder 32 – Columbus History – Jewish Community, 1852-1888

Folder 33 – Columbus History - Notes

Folder 34 – Columbus Iron Works, 1889

Folder 35 – Coppet-Brass, 1835

Folder 36 – Correspondence – Brown Dorothy J., 1957-1959

Folder 37 – Correspondence – Brown Dorothy J., 1960-63

Folder 38 – Correspondence - Brown, Dorothy J. 1964

Folder 39 – Correspondence General - 1969

Folder 40 – Correspondence General - 1970

Folder 41 – Correspondence General – 1971

Folder 42 – Correspondence General - 1989

Folder 43 – Correspondence General - 1990

Folder 44 – Correspondence General – 1991-92

Folder 45 – Correspondence – Georgia Historical Commission

Folder 46 – Correspondence - Gordon, Cyrus, 1968-1973

Folder 47 – Correspondence - Juanita Brown Tiger, Princess, 1970

Folder 48 – Correspondence - Lloyd, Craig, August 1991

Folder 49 – Correspondence - Kelly, Dr. A.R., 1953-1970

Folder 50 – Correspondence - Perry, Edmund F., 1967-1978

Folder 51 – Correspondence - Smith, Mrs. Francis C., 1962-1968

Folder 52 – Correspondence - Suddeth, Ruth Elgin, 1958-1963

Folder 53 – Correspondence - Woodruff, James W., Jr., 1968

Folder 54 – Correspondence – Coleman, Dr. Kenneth, 1966-1970


Box 3

Folder 1 – Costumes – Indian

Folder 2 – Coweta Falls Marker Text

Folder 3 – Coweta Memorial Association, 1958

Folder 4 – Coweta Memorial Association

Folder 5 – Coweta Memorial Association

Folder 6 – Coweta Memorial Association – Correspondence, 1950s-1960s

Folder 7 – Coweta Memorial Association - Notes

Folder 8 – Coweta Memorial Association - Thank You Letters, 1957-1958

Folder 9 – Creek War

Folder 10 – Creeks General History

Folder 11 – Crete - Chronology

Folder 12 – Crete - Traits of Culture

Folder 13 – Dinglewood Historic District

Folder 14 – Dixon's History of the Chattahoochee Region, 1987

Folder 15 – Early Thesis Draft

Folder 16 – Earth Mounds

Folder 17 – Eaton - Uncle Remus Museum, 1960s-1970s

Folder 18 – Easter Island

Folder 19 – Egypt

Folder 20 – Elvas Narrative

Folder 21 – Environmental Review Comments 1990-1991

Folder 22 – “Epigraphers" – Georgia, 1977

Folder 23 – Epigraphics Society - Georgia

Folder 24 – Ethno-History Society

Folder 25 – Etowah + Photos

Folder 26 – Etruscan Language, 1967

Folder 27 – Fall Line Freeway, 1992

Folder 28 – Farnham, Edwin, General Notes and Correspondence, 1978

Folder 29 – Feather Robes

Folder 30 – Federal Road, Photos

Folder 31 – Fell, Berry

Folder 32 – Few, William, 1965

Folder 33 -- Flint Ceremonial Item - Zeke Wall + Photos

Folder 34 – Floyd County, Georgia

Folder 35 – Forms

Folder 36 – Fortifications

Folder 37 – Forts

Folder 38 – Fort Benning Historical Notes

Folder 39 – Forts - Florida - Seminole Wars

Folder 40 – Fort Frederica, St. Simon's Island, Georgia

Folder 41 – Four Roads Order

Folder 42 – Friendship Baptist Church Historical Marker, 1992

Folder 43 – Fallant City, The, 1961

Folder 44 – Games, 1963

Folder 45 – Genealogy - Georgia Indians, 1968

Folder 46 – “The General"

Folder 47 – Georgia - Civil War Campaigns in

Folder 48 – Georgia - Department of State Parks, 1966

Folder 49 – Georgia - Early History, 1950

Folder 50 – Georgia – Reconstruction, 1968

Folder 51 – Georgia Historical Commission - Sites under Supervision, 1964

Folder 52 – Georgia Mineral Newsletter

Folder 53 – Glass

Folder 54 – Gold

Folder 55 – Gordon, Cyrus – Publications, 1960s

Folder 56 – Graphic-Archaic, Society

Folder 57 – Greece

Folder 58 – Harris, Corra

Folder 59 – Harris County Courthouse Renovations, 1983

Folder 60 – Hart, Nancy

Folder 61 – Haiman Brothers Sword Factory, Columbus Georgia, 1961

Folder 62 – Hawaii

Box 4

Folder 1 – Hearn Tablet, 1976

Folder 2 – Hebrew - Language and Writing, 1960s-1970s

Folder 3 – Henges - England

Folder 4 – Hermitage - Restoration of Andrew Jackson's Home, 1970

Folder 5 – Hieroglyphics – Crete and Egypt, 1979

Folder 6 – Hinson Vessel + Photos

Folder 7 – Historic Columbus Foundation

Folder 8 – Historic House Association of America

Folder 9 – Historic Preservation Planner Program, 1990s

Folder 10 – Hoelzer, Hiram H. Art Conservator, 1960s

Folder 11 – Holy Land Tours, 1977

Folder 12 – Hotels, 2003

Folder 13 – Hotel Central Diner Menu, Dec. 25, 1883

Folder 14 – Houses – Woodland, 1970

Folder 15 – Hurt Family, April 16, 1961

Folder 16 – India - China, History

Folder 17 – Indian Cultural Festival, 1992

Folder 18 – Indian Exhibits, + Photos, 1964

Folder 19 – “Indians of Georgia" from Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 1968

Folder 20 – Indian Photographs from Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1960s

Folder 21 – Inscriptions - Alphabetic

Folder 22 – Inscriptions – Apache, Jim – Treasure Hunter + Photos, 1971

Folder 23 – Inscriptions – Arkansas, April 3, 1978

Folder 24 – Inscriptions - Bass Plates, Kinderhook, NY, 1843

Folder 25 – Inscriptions - Bat Creek Stone, 1970s

Folder 26 – Inscriptions - Bat Creek Stone - Saturday Review Article, 1970s

Folder 27 – Inscriptions - Bat Creek Stone - Tennessee Archaeologist article, 1971

Folder 28 – Inscriptions - Big Bend Tablet

Folder 29 – Inscriptions – Chaco + Photos

Folder 30 – Inscriptions - Copeland Stone, 1971-1972

Folder 31 – Inscriptions - Cripple Creek + Photo

Folder 32 – Inscriptions - Croy Stone + Photos, 1974

Folder 33 – Inscriptions - Davenport Tablets, 1972

Folder 34 – Inscriptions - Dolphin, Brunswick County, Virginia + Photos, 1971

Folder 35 – Inscriptions - Grave Creek Stone + Photos, 1971

Folder 36 – Inscriptions - Harris Stone, 1971

Folder 37 – Inscriptions - Heath Stone, 1974

Folder 38 – Inscriptions - Hearn Tablet + Photos

Folder 39 – Inscriptions - Holmes Stone + Photos

Folder 40 – Inscriptions - Hutcherson Stone + Photos, 1971

Folder 41 – Inscriptions – Illinois + Photos, 1960s

Folder 42 – Inscriptions - Johnson Cave, Near Oglethorpe, Georgia, 1973

Folder 43 – Inscriptions - Jones Stone, 1971

Folder 44 – Inscriptions - Los Lunas Tablet, Hebrew Writing

Folder 45 – Inscriptions - Massachusetts "Sun Temple", 1978

Folder 46 – Inscriptions - Metcalf Stone + Photos, 1960s-1970s

Folder 47 – Inscriptions - Metcalf Stone, 1970-1971

Folder 48 – Inscriptions - Metcalf Stone Clippings, 1960s-1970s

Folder 49 – Inscriptions – Michigan, 1971

Folder 50 – Inscriptions - Morley Stone

Folder 51 – Inscriptions - Mudd River, Kentucky

Folder 52 – Inscriptions - Natchez, Mississippi

Folder 53 – Inscriptions - Newark, Ohio "Holy Stones"

Folder 54 – Inscriptions – Ohio, 1970-1971

Folder 55 – Inscriptions - Pemberton Stone, 1971

Folder 56 – Inscriptions - Popham Beach, Maine + Photos

Folder 57 – Inscriptions - Scott Stone + Photos, 1971

Folder 58 – Inscriptions - Shumate Stone + Photos, 1971

Folder 59 – Inscriptions - Still Stone, 1970

Folder 60 – Inscriptions - Sullivan Stone

Folder 61 – Inscriptions - Sutton Stone (Atlanta) + Photos

Folder 62 – Inscriptions - Thurston Stone

Folder 63 – Inscriptions - Track Rock

Folder 64 – Inscriptions - University of Texas Stone + Photos, 1970

Folder 65 – Inventory of Potential Tourist Attractions, 1990

Folder 66 – Iran

Folder 67 – Iron + Photos, 1970s

Folder 68 – Jackson County, Georgia County Officers

Folder 69 – Jacinto, Mississippi, 1977

Folder 70 – Japanese Pottery in Ecuador

Folder 71 – Johnson, Gov. James

Folder 72 – Jonesboro, Georgia - Battle

Folder 73 – Jordan - Dead Sea Site, Aug. 28, 1966

Folder 74 – Kennesaw Mountain Historical Society

Folder 75 – Kentucky Antiquities

Folder 76 – King's Gap, Harris County, Georgia

Folder 77 – Kurtz, Wilbur

Folder 78 – Land Grants, 1832

Folder 79 – Langdon House Plans

Folder 80 – Languages - Ancient

Folder 81 – Languages - India

Folder 82 – Languages - Native American + Map, 1964

Folder 83 – Languages - Near East

Folder 84 – Lederer, John Journal, 1670

Folder 85 – Liberty Theatre Photographs, 1989


Box 5

Folder 1 – Lockhard - Cosby - Jerrell House, Talbot County, Georgia, 1991

Folder 2 – Longstreet, Augustus B

Folder 3 – Louisville, Georgia

Folder 4 – Macon, Georgia

Folder 5 – Madison, Georgia, 1964

Folder 6 – Maps - Colonial Maps of the Southeast, 1966

Folder 7 – Maps – Vinland, 1975

Folder 8 – Marco Island, Florida

Folder 9 – Masquoqui

Folder 10 – May Day Celebration, May 1, 1972

Folder 11 – McKee Log House, 1987 + Photos

Folder 12 – Medicine – Indians, 1962

Folder 13 – Megalithic Ruins

Folder 14 – Melungeons, 1970

Folder 15 – Midway, Georgia, 1959/60

Folder 16 – Milledgeville, Georgia

Folder 17 – Military History, 1981

Folder 18 – Mines - Gold

Folder 19 – Mining in Georgia, Prior to 1830

Folder 20 – Mitchell, Margaret, The Atlanta Journal, 1949

Folder 21 – Mormons + Photos

Folder 22 – Mosaics

Folder 23 – Moses, Major Raphael J., Aug. 29, 1878

Folder 24 – Mott House Garden Plans

Folder 25 – Mummies, 1971

Folder 26 – Mystery Hill, New Hampshire

Folder 27 – Natchez Indians - Games, Ceremonies

Folder 28 – National Alliance of Preservation Newsletter, 1990

Folder 29 – Native Americans - Florida

Folder 30 – Naval Museum Clippings, 1982

Folder 31 – Naval Stores Production

Folder 32 – Neal and Green Collection at CSU Archives, 1987

Folder 33 – New England Antiquities Research Association

Folder 34 – Neolithic

Folder 35 – Ninety-Six, South Carolina

Folder 36 – North Carolina

Folder 37 – Ocmulgee National Monument

Folder 38 – Oglethorpe (town), Oct.2, 1973

Folder 39 – Oklahoma Today Magazine article, Autumn, 1977

Folder 40 – Oklahoma Today Magazine, Winter 1978/79

Folder 41 – Old Salem, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Folder 42 – Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts

Folder 43 – Original City Committee, 1980s

Folder 44 – Origins – American, 1968

Folder 45 – Paintings – Cliffside + Photos

Folder 46 – Pakistan, Moenjodaro

Folder 47 – Paraiba Stone

Folder 48 – Parks, Benjamin, Oct. 23, 1960

Folder 49 – Peddy, Joseph Thomas

Folder 50 – Pemberton House, Nov. 1979

Folder 51 – Peru, 1966-1967

Folder 52 – Peru - Pre-Columbian Script, also “Rongo-Rongo”, Dec. 23, 1966

Folder 53 – Petroglyphs - American

Folder 54 – Petroglyphs – Brady + Photos, 1970

Folder 55 – Petroglyphs - California

Folder 56 – Petroglyphs - Columbia River

Folder 57 – Petroglyphs – Elrod + Photos, 1970-1971

Folder 58 – Petroglyphs - Forsyth County, Georgia, 1963

Folder 59 – Petroglyphs - Georgia

Folder 60 – Petroglyphs – Illinois + Photos

Folder 61 – Petroglyphs - Jackson County, Illinois + Photos

Folder 62 – Petroglyphs - Jasper, Georgia

Folder 63 – Petroglyphs - Jennings, New Jersey, 1969-1971

Folder 64 – Petroglyphs - Netherlands Antilles + Photos

Folder 65 – Petroglyphs – Pennsylvania, 1934

Folder 66 – Petroglyphs - Roberts (Columbus Museum) + Photos, 1962

Folder 67 – Petroglyphs - Track Rock Gap, 1971-1972

Folder 68 – Petroglyphs - Scotland

Folder 69 – Petroglyphs - Upper Ohio Region

Folder 70 – Petroglyphs - Virgin Islands, Feb. 14, 1965

Folder 71 – Phenix City Historical Society

Folder 72 – Pickens County, GA + Photos

Folder 73 – Pictographs, 1968

Folder 74 – Pipe Smoking

Folder 75 – Piri Reis Map

Folder 76 – Phoenicians, 1972

Folder 77 – Phoenician - Joeph Ayoob


Box 6

Folder 1 – Plant Dyes, Clothing Making

Folder 2 – Plaster from Mound + Photos, 1970

Folder 3 – Pohl - Romans

Folder 4 – Pompey, New York, map 1874

Folder 5 – Pottery – Brazil, 1967

Folder 6 – Pottery – Geometric, Orientalized, 1969

Folder 7 – Pottery – Panama, April 21, 1969

Folder 8 – Pottery - Sumerian

Folder 9 – Pottery - Thera Rust Translations

Folder 10 – Presidential Scenic Railroad, Inc.

Folder 11 – Rainey, Gertrude "Ma" Biographica

Folder 12 – “Ma” Rainey House Restoration, 1991

Folder 13 – “Ma” Rainey House + Photos and Negatives

Folder 14 – Reinhardt College

Folder 15 – Reinhardt College – Alumni, 1946-1947

Folder 16 – Religions – India, 1969

Folder 17 – Religions - Near East

Folder 18 – Riverboat Development, 1970s-980s

Folder 19 – Rivertown Market Project, Columbus, Georgia, 1991

Folder 20 – Roberts, Firm Letter, 1939 - Development of Warm Springs

Folder 21 – Rock Eagle, July, 1958

Folder 22 – Rood Mounds, 1968

Folder 23 – Runestones, 1970s

Folder 24 – Runestones - Oklahoma

Folder 25 – Russell County - Historical Indian Site, January 1960

Folder 26 – Rutherford, Mildred, 1927

Folder 27 – St. John's A.M.E. Church, Columbus, Georgia, 1990

Folder 28 – Saint Lucia – Archaeology, 1960

Folder 29 – Savannah, Georgia

Folder 30 – Savannah Steamship 1819

Folder 31 – Schools, 1978

Folder 32 – Scotland - Megalithic Ruins

Folder 33 – Sculpture - Stone

Folder 34 – Seminoles

Folder 35 – Seminole War, 1817-1818

Folder 36 – Semmes, Paul J. (I)

Folder 37 – Semmes, Paul J. (II)

Folder 38 – Sequoyah - "Tell Them They Lie"

Folder 39 – Shawnee Indians, 1855

Folder 40 – Shawnee Dances

Folder 41 – Shawnee Family Deity, 1936

Folder 42 – Silver

Folder 43 – Singer – Moye Mounds

Folder 44 – Slavery

Folder 45 – Smith, Charles Henry "Bill Arp"

Folder 46 – Society for Early Historic Archeology Publications

Folder 47 – Solomon's Temple

Folder 48 – Sommerkamp Diary - Creek War

Folder 49 – South Carolina - Commons Journal, 1744

Folder 50 – South Carolina – Indian Early Trade

Folder 51 – Spiro Mounds, Oklahoma

Folder 52 – Spring Place, Georgia

Folder 53 – Springer Gazette - September 1986

Folder 54 – Steamboat Jubilee (Formerly Montgomery)

Folder 55 – Steatite Quarries, Dec.4, 1966

Folder 56 – Stephens, Alexander H, Feb. 9, 1969

Folder 57 – Stewart County, Georgia - DeBaillou Notes., 1962

Folder 58 – Stewart County, Georgia – History, 1964

Folder 59 – Stone Construction

Folder 60 – Stone Mountain, Georgia, 1962-1968

Folder 61 – Stonehenge

Folder 62 – Sunbury, GA

Folder 63 – Syllabaries

Folder 64 – Symbolism, Comparison of

Folder 65 – Terra Cotta Facades of Birmingham

Folder 66 – Thirteenth Street Widening, 1988

Folder 67 – Thomas, Alma

Folder 68 – Tigris Expedition, April, 1979


Box 7

Folder 1 – Tiwanaku Site, Bolivia, 1966

Folder 2 – Tradesmen - White and Cherokee Nation, 1830

Folder 3 – Treaty of Indian Springs, 1827

Folder 4 – Tribes - North American Indian

Folder 5 – Trowels - Plastering - Indian

Folder 6 – Tryon Palace, New Bern, North Carolina

Folder 7 – Tuckabatchee Plates

Folder 8 – Webster-Schwob Building Research

Folder 9 – Welsh, March 1740

Folder 10 – Wells

Folder 11 – Withers Carving, 1969

Folder 12 – White, Benjamin Franklin - Historical Marker + Photos

Folder 13 – White People

Folder 14 – Wiggins, Thomas Bethune "Blind Tom"

Folder 15 – Woodward, Henry - Westo Discovery 1674

Folder 16 – Woodward, Thomas

Folder 17 – Yellow Creek Cave

Folder 18 – Yuchi, 1960s,-1970s

Folder 19 – Yuchi, 1991

Folder 20 – Yuchi Ceremony Plans 1963

Folder 21 – Yuchi Claim, 1956

Folder 22 – Yuchi Clippings

Folder 23 – Yuchi Creation of the Earth by Eugene Maxey

Folder 24 – Yuchi Cultural Foundation

Folder 25 – Yuchi Drawings by Rufus George

Folder 26 – Yuchi Ethnology by Frank G. Speck

Folder 27 – Yuchi - General History

Folder 28 – Yuchi - General Correspondence

Folder 29 – Yuchi - Green Corn Dance, 1960s

Folder 30 – Yuchi - Kellyville, Oklahoma Photographs, 1968

Folder 31 – Yuchi Notes, 1966

Folder 32 – Yuchi Tape 1, Transcription from… (Tape in Box 8)

Folder 33 – Yuchi Tape 2, Transcription from… (Tape in box 8)

Folder 34 – Yuchi Tape 3, Transcription from… (Tape in Box 8)

Folder 35 – Yuchi Tape 4, Transcription from… (Tape in box 8)

Folder 36 – Yuchi Tape 5, Transcription from… (Tape in Box 8)

Folder 37 – Yuchi Tape 6, Transcription from… (Tape in Box 8)

Folder 38 – Yuchi Terms

Folder 39 – Yuchi Town Site Development, 1960s

Folder 40 – Yuchi Towns – Georgia, 1740

Folder 41 – University of Georgia

Folder 42 – Vann, James

Folder 43 – Vasa, 1961

Folder 44 – “Viking Ship" Newsletter of the Leif Ericson Society, 1977

Folder 45 – Virginia Battlefield Map + Photos

Folder 46 – Von Wuthenau, Alexander

Folder 47 – Zion Church, Talbotton, Georgia, 1992

Folder 48 – Zion Church, Talbotton, Georgia


Box 8 – Oversize Materials and Audio-Visual Recordings

Folder 1 – Columbus Historic Foundation Publications

Folder 2 – Columbus Historic Foundation Publications

Folder 3 – Coweta Memorial Association Legal Documents

Folder 4 – Coweta Memorial Association – Finances, 1950s

Folder 5 – Punic Inscriptions Found in the Chesapeake Bay Area, 1 of 4, 1945

Folder 6 – Punic Inscriptions Found in the Chesapeake Bay Area, 2 of 4

Folder 7 – Punic Inscriptions Found in the Chesapeake Bay Area, 3 of 4

Folder 8 – Punic Inscriptions Found in the Chesapeake Bay Area, 4 of 4

Folder 9 – Yuchi Tapes 1 - 15.( Tape 1 – Lizard Dances) – (Tape 2 – Day Dances) – (Tape 3 – Buffalo Dance) – (Tape 4 – Madison) – (Tape 5 – Desoto Narrative) – (Tape 6 – Ruffus George/Addie) – (Tape 7 – Yuchi #6) – (Tape 8 – Yuchi #6) – (Tape 9 – Conversations) – (Tape 10 - Conversations Addie/George) – (Tape 11 – Vocabulary) – (Tape 12 – Vocabulary) – (Tape 13 – S.W B. Talk to People of Columbus0 – (Tape 14 – S.W.B. Talk, Language).

Folder 10 –10 Reel to Reel Yuchi Tapes

Folder 11 – 3 Video reels from 1968 with Yuchi Dances


SERIES 2 – American Commission on Historic Preservation

Box 1

Folder 1 – Advisory Council of Historic Preservation – Briefing Book, 1970s.

Folder 2 – Advisory Council of Historic Preservation – Briefing Book, 1982.

Folder 3 – Alabama Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, Dec. 31, 1981.

Folder 4 – Anderson Ferry, OH and KY, 1982.

Folder 5 – Ashford-Dunwoody Road Widening Project Memorandum of Agreement, 1980.

Folder 6 – Archaeological Investigations Courthouse Square Project, Edenton, N. Carolina, Dec. 29, 1978. Volume I.

Folder 7 – Archaeological Investigations Courthouse Square Project, Edenton, N. Carolina, Dec. 29, 1978. Volume II.

Folder 8 – Bibliographical Source of Information, March 1979.

Folder 9 – Bureau of Land Management, 1970s.

Folder 10 – ACHP – Canal Place-Phase II, New-Orleans, 1981.

Folder 11 – “The California Desert” Conservation, 1980.

Folder 12 – Cassville, GA – Maps, Photos.

Folder 13 – Cassville – Indian Affairs, 1833/1836.

Folder 14 – Claybank Church Columbus Little Symphony, May 4, 1980.

Folder 15 – Cadillac Center Project (J.L. Hudson Building), Detroit Michigan, 1979.

Folder 16 – Charleston, S.C. Convention Center, 1979.

Folder 17 – Columbus Area Bicentennial Committee, April 1976.

Folder 18 -- – The Contribution of Historic Preservation to Urban Revitalization, 1978/79.

Folder 19 – The Consideration of Archaeology and Paleontology in the Federal Highway Aid Program, 1979.

Folder 20 – Council Employment Information, 1980s.

Folder 21 – Council Meeting Minutes, 1979-1983.

Folder 22 – Council Membership and Budget Information, 1980s.

Folder 23 – Council Membership and Organization, 1978/79.

Folder 24 – Department of Agriculture, 1979.

Folder 25 – Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1978.

Folder 26 – Department of Interior - Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service, 1979.

Folder 27 – Department of Interior News Releases, 1979-1981.

Folder 28 – Department of Navy, 1978/79.

Folder 29 – Department of Transportation, 1978.

Folder 30 – Department of Transportation, 1979.

Folder 31 – Empire Mills (Columbus Hilton) Restoration, Columbus, Georgia, 1980.

Folder 32 – “Four Landmark Buildings in Chicago's Loop”, June 1978. (Book Held in an Oversize Box).

Folder 33 – A Future from the Past, 1977.

Folder 34 – General Council Correspondence, 1980s.

Folder 35 – General Council Correspondence 1978-1983.

 

Box 2

Folder 1 – Georgia 106 Hearings, 1979.

Folder 2 – Georgia Conservancy.

Folder 3 – Georgia Historic Preservation Office, 1979.

Folder 4 – Historic Preservation in Columbus, Georgia Drafts.

Folder 5 – Historic Preservation Legislation, 1980s.

Folder 6 – A History of the Raton Basin, 1978.

Folder 7 – Intermodal Surface Transportation Enhancement Act-Application Form.

Folder 8 – Institute for Museum Services, 1994/95.

Folder 9 – International Center for the Study of Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, 1977/78.

Folder 10 – Land Use Plan – Volume 1 and 2 (Book Held in an Oversize Box).

Folder 11 – Lockefield Gardens Under Section 106.

Folder 12 – Louisiana Mounds Society, 1992.

Folder 13 – Lowell National Historic Park, Massachusetts, 1978.

Folder 14 – Ma Rainey – Biographical Summary, 1995.

Folder 15 – Museum Plans, Rainey, Ma, House.

Folder 16 – Ma Rainey Museum of the Blues, Friends, March 1995.

Folder 17 – McConnell's Mill State Park, Pennsylvania, 1980.

Folder 18 – McKinley Mine, New Mexico, 1982.

Folder 19 – Meeting, Aug 2-3, 1978.

Folder 20 – Meeting, Jan. 17-18, 1979.

Folder 21 – Meeting, May 8-9, 1979.

Folder 22 – Meeting, May 8-11, 1981.

Folder 23 – Meeting Agendas and Schedules

Folder 24 – Memorandum of Agreement for August Railroad Demolition Project, 1980.

Folder25 – Memorandum of Agreement for Georgia Project I-575 - 1(8)6, Cherokee County, Georgia

Folder 26 – Memorandum of Agreement for Kelly Bridge, Towns County, Georgia.

Folder 27 – Memorandum of Agreement for Kings Bay Naval Submarine Support Base, Kings Bay, Georgia.

Folder 28 – Memorandum of Agreement for the Mauney House, Cleaveland, Georgia.

Folder 29 – Memorandum of Agreement on Rhocks Memorial Hall, Atlanta, Jan. 1979.

Folder 30 – Memorandum of Agreement for the Tifton Bridge, Tift County, Georgia, July 1981.

Folder 31 – Memorandum of Agreement for the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, 1981.

Folder 32 – Miscellaneous, 1970s/80s.

Folder 33 -- Miscellaneous Reports (I), 1970s/80s.

Folder 34 – Miscellaneous Reports (II), 1970s/80s.

Folder 35 – Miscellaneous Reports (III), 1970s/80s.

Folder 36 – Miscellaneous Reports (IV), 1980s.

 

Box 3

Folder 13 – Minutes 1977-78

Folder 14 – Monthly Reports 1978

Folder 15 – Monthly Reports 1979

Folder 16 – Monthly Reports 1980

Folder 17 – Monthly Reports 1981

Folder 18 – Monthly Reports 1982

Folder 19 – Monthly Reports 1983

Folder 20 – National Bureau of Standards Manual

Folder 21 – National Commission on Neighborhoods

Folder 22 – National Register of Historic Places

Folder 23 – Operational Memoranda

Folder 24 – Personal Council Correspondence

Folder 25 – Personal Notes

Folder 26 – Preservation Archaeology Interstate 270

Folder 27 – Preservation and Energy Conservation

Folder 28 – Preservation News

Folder 29 – Press Releases

Folder 30 – Public Reaction to 106 Hearings

Folder 31 – Regulations

Folder 32 – Religious Freedoms Consultation

Folder 33 – Reports to Council and President

Folder 34 – Task Force on Archaeology, 1979

Folder 35 – Training Program

Folder 36 – Treasury Department Buildings

Folder 37 – Termination of U.S. Trusteeship of Micronesia

Folder 38 – Urban Policy Group

Folder 39 – Wallace, Idaho Interstate 90 Project



Series 3 – Westville

 

Box 1

 

Folder 1 – Board of Trustees + Photos, 1978

Folder 2 – Board of Trustees, 1966/69

Folder 3 – Board of Trustees – Reports to Meetings, 1978

Folder 4 – Budget, 1975

Folder 5 – Building Development (Westville) + Photo

Folder 6 – Christmas card List (Westville), 1970s

Folder 7 – Coastal Plains P.R. Proposal, 1976

Folder 8 – Correspondence (Westville), 1966/67

Folder 9 – Correspondence (Westville), 1968/69

Folder 10 – Correspondence (Westville), 1969/70

Folder 11 – Correspondence (Westville), 1970

Folder 12 – Correspondence (Westville), 1970

Folder 13 – Correspondence (Westville), 1971

Folder 14 – Correspondence (Westville), 1971

Folder 15 – Correspondence (Westville), January 1976

Folder 16 – Correspondence (Westville), February 1976

Folder 17 – Correspondence (Westville), March 1976

Folder 18 – Correspondence (Westville), April 1976

Folder 19 – Correspondence (Westville), May 1976

Folder 20 – Correspondence (Westville) + Photos, June 1976

Folder 21 – Correspondence (Westville), July 1976

Folder 22 – Correspondence (Westville), august 1976

Folder 23 – Correspondence (Westville), September 1976

Folder 24 – Correspondence (Westville), October 1976

Folder 25 – Correspondence (Westville), November 1976

Folder 26 – Correspondence (Westville), December 1976

Folder 27 – Correspondence (Westville), January 1977

Folder 28 – Correspondence (Westville), July 1977

Folder 29 – Correspondence (Westville), august 1977

Folder 30 – Correspondence (Westville), September 1977

Folder 31 – Correspondence (Westville), October 1977

Folder 32 – Correspondence (Westville), November 1977

Folder 33 – Correspondence (Westville) Executive Committee, 1972

Folder 34 – Correspondence, February 1983

Folder 35 – Correspondence (Westville), Group Letters, 1975

Folder 36 – Correspondence (Westville) Store, 1971/72

 

Box 2

Folder 1 – Development and Planning

Folder 2 – Fidelity Bond, 1973

Folder 3 – Foundation – Georgia, 1970s

Folder 4 – Guarantee

Folder 5 – Membership Letters (Westville), 1973/74

Folder 6 – R.C. Cola Stock, 1971

Folder 7 – Symposium – Contacts – Convention Correspondence, 1973

Folder 8 – Symposium + Photos, 1973

Folder 9 – Symposium Publicity, 1973

Folder 10 – (I) Symposium (Westville) Papers, 1973

Folder 10 – (II) Symposium (Westville) Papers, 1973

Folder 11 – Symposium (Westville) Papers, 1974

Folder 12 – Symposium (Westville) Papers Complete, 1974

Folder 13 – Symposium (Westville) Papers, 1975

Folder 14 – Symposium Papers #1

Folder 15 – Symposium Papers # 2

Folder 16 – Symposium Papers # 3

Folder 17 – Symposium papers # 4

Folder 18 – Symposium Papers # 5

Folder 19 – Symposium Papers # 6

Folder 20 – Symposium papers # 7

Folder 21 – Symposium Papers # 8

Folder 22 – Westville Contacts Conference (Slides), 1973

Folder 23 – Westville, 1984

Folder 24 – Westville – Reports + Clippings, 1986

Folder 25 – Westville, 1986/87

Folder 26 – Westville + Photos, 1990/91

Folder 27 – Westville, 1992

Folder 28 – Westville – Wells House

Folder 29 – Writing conference, 1979

Folder 30 – Writing Conference, October 1979

Folder 31 – Writing in America, BC Conference, October 18-20, 1079

Folder 32 – Writing Conference Inquiries, 1979


Series 4 – Institute for the Study of American Cultures (ISAC)


Box 1


Folder 1 – Adena Script

Folder 2 – Afghanistan

Folder 3 – Akkadians

Folder 4 – Alexander, the Great

Folder 5 – Allen Ross, Ed. D.

Folder 6 – Alphabets

Folder 7 – “American History before Columbus” Conference Correspondence, 1983

Folder 8 – “American History before Columbus” Conference Program, etc…, 1983

Folder 9 – “American History before Columbus” Conference Research Papers, 1983

Folder 10 – “America before Columbus” Conference, 1992

Folder 11 – American Indian Spirituality

Folder 12 – American College and University Libraries

Folder 13 – American Institute for Archeological Research, Inc

Folder 14 – Anazazi

Folder 15 – Ancient Earthworks Society, Madison, WI

Folder 16 – Ancient American

Folder 17 – Ancient Kentucke Historical Assn.

Folder 18 – Anderson Lloyd B. Article on Muscogean Language; Correspondence

Folder 19 – Andrew College Misc.

Folder 20 – Andros

Folder 21 – Annual Meeting Minutes

Folder 22 – Annual Meeting

Folder 23 – Anubis Cave – Correspondence, 1987

Folder 24 – Anubis Cave, Fell, Barry Article, 1985

Folder 25 – Anubis Cave, Polanski and Farley, “Goddess on All Hallows Eve”, 1987

Folder 26 – Anubis Cave – Purchase Effort

Folder 27 – Anubis Cave, Photos and Negatives, 1987

Folder 28 – Applications Replies, 1994

Folder 29 – Arriza, Jo

Folder 30 – Ashraf, Jaweed – Cashew Nut A, 1994

Folder 31 – Atlatl Weight – Georgia, 1989

Folder 32 – Atlantis – Spedicato, 1990

Folder 33 – The Atlantis Organization

Folder 34 – Australia – Egyptian Hyeroglyphes

Folder 35 – “Bluff your Way in Archeology”, Paul Bahn

Folder 36 – Bailey, Charles

Folder 37 – Bahama Islands

Folder 38 – Baron, David P.

Folder 39 – Bat Creek Stone

Folder 40 – Bat Creek Stone

Folder 41 – Bates, Gary S.

Folder 42 – Beaver Island – Michigan, 1988

Folder 43 – Bell, Louis K., 1988-1989

Folder 44 – Bent Site Excavation, Agreements Concerning, 1990

Folder 45 – Bent's Excavation Correspondence, 1990

Folder 46 – Bent Site Excavation Records, Reports, 1990

Folder 47 – Bent site Hardaker Report, 1990

Folder 48 – Bent site – Proposal, Photo, 1983

Folder 49 – Beta Analytic, Inc., Mailing Data Test Results, 1988

Folder 50 – Bimini – Research + Photos

Folder 51 – Bird, Donald

Folder 52 – Black Enterprise Magazine, July 1990

Folder 53 – Blanchard, James H.

Folder 54 – Bower, Bruce

Folder 55 – Boyle, Charles


Box 2

Folder 1 – Burrows Cave, Photos OS, 1991

Folder 2 – Bradley Turner Foundation

Folder 3 – Bradner, John

Folder 4 – Brochure, 1983-1987

Folder 5 – Brown, Joseph M.

Folder 6 – Brown, Samuel W., Photos-Slides

Folder 7 – Buffington, Herbert, Indian Removal Case

Folder 8 – Burk, Indian Pottery Drawings

Folder 9 – Burials – Caves

Folder 10 – Burrows Cave, ISAC Ad Hoc Committee

Folder 11 – Burrows' Cave Correspondence, 1989

Folder 12 – Burrows Artifacts Purchase Interpretation, 1994

Folder 13 – Burrows Cave – Purchase of, 1994-95

Folder 14 – Burrows Cave, 1990

Folder 15 – Burrows' Cave, ISAC Plan for + Photo, 1989-90

Folder 16 – Burrows' Cave, Laws Relating to, State of Illinois

Folder 17 – Burrows Cave + Photos, 1991

Folder 18 – Burrows Cave – Plan to Obtain Mahan, 1995

Folder 19 – Interpretation Burrows Cave, John A. Ward's

Folder 20 – Bylaws, ISAC, Amendments, 1990

Folder 21 – Carrol, John S.

Folder 22 – Carter, Jimmy – Correspondence

Folder 23 – Carlson, Curt G., 1992

Folder 24 – Carter, George F.

Folder 25 – Carthaginian Coin + Photos, 1986

Folder 26 – Cave in Rock Photos

Folder 27 – Celtic Influence

Folder 28 – Chandler, Tertius, 1993

Folder 29 – Chapman, Paul – Book Reviews, 1995

Folder 30 – Chapman, Paul H. + Photos, 1989-90

Folder 31 – Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Association

Folder 32 – Cheesman, Paul R.

Folder 33 – Chinese Artifacts

Folder 34 – Cherokee – History

Folder 35 – Christian Church in America Articles

Folder 36 – Clifford, Donald W. “An Early 1987 am. Commentary on Christianity“

Folder 37 – Columbus, City of – Coop Project Products, 1994

Folder 38 – Columbus College, 1994

Folder 39 – Columbus, city of – Coop Project – Reports, 1994-95

Folder 40 – Computer Information

Folder 41 – Conference Speakers – Video

Folder 42 – Connor, William D.

Folder 43 – Consciousness Assoc. for Study of Conscious, 1989

Folder 44 – Cook, Warren, Work on Burrows Cave, 1987-90

Folder 45 – Cook, Warren ESOP Index, Biography, 1989

Folder 46 – Copper Smelting Evidences – Copper – Hill, Tenn

Folder 47 – Corliss, William R.

Folder 48 – Correspondence + Photos, January-June 1993

Folder 49 – General correspondence + Photos, 1992

Folder 50 – Correspondence, July-Dec. 1993

Folder 51 – Correspondence, March 1992

Folder 52 – Correspondence + Photos, January-March 1991

Folder 53 – Correspondence, April-June 1991

Folder 54 – Correspondence 71/ - December 1991

Folder 55 – Correspondence, January-March 1990

 

Box 3

Folder 1 – Correspondence April-June '90.

Folder 2 – Correspondence June-September 1990.

Folder 3 – Correspondence October-December 1990.

Folder 4 – Correspondence January-March 1989.

Folder 5 – Correspondence April-June 1989.

Folder 6 – Correspondence July-September 1989.

Folder 7 – Correspondence October-December 1989.

Folder 8 – Correspondence January-March 1988.

Folder 9 – Correspondence April-June 1988.

Folder 10 – Correspondence July-September 1988.

Folder 11 – Correspondence October-December 1988.

Folder 12 – Correspondence October-December 1987.

Folder 13 – Correspondence July-September 1987.

Folder 14 – Correspondence April-June 1987.

Folder 15 – Correspondence January-March 1987.

Folder 16 – Correspondence 1986.

Folder 17 – Correspondence 1985.

Folder 18 – Correspondence 1984.

Folder 19 – Correspondence 1983.

Folder 20 – Correspondence 1982.

Folder 21 – Correspondence, General, July 1, 1994.

Folder 22 – Correspondence, General, January 1994.

Folder 23 – Correspondence, General + Photos, January 1994.

Folder 24 – Correspondence, General + Photos, 1995.

Folder 25 – Courier Articles, 1996.

Folder 26 – Covey, Cyclone.

Folder 27 – Covey, Joan.

Folder 28 – Crevier, Benoit.

Folder 29 – Croatians.

Folder 30 – Crump Burial Cave.

Folder 31 – Cutts, Beau.

Folder 32 – CYR.

Folder 33 – Daenport Tablets.

Folder 34 – Dan Kenbring, William F.

Folder 35 – Robert Davis.

Folder 36 – The Ohio Decalogue Stone, May/June 1993.

Folder 37 – Dene and Na-Dene Stewart, 1993.

Folder 38 – Dene Correspondence, 1992.

Folder 39 – Desoto Clippings.

Folder 40 – Desoto Expedition Published, Narrative of…

Folder 41 –“ Determining the Truth II” Papers.

Folder 42 – “Determining the Truth II” Program, April 1995.

Folder 43 – “Determining the Truth” Thanks Letters, 1995.

Folder 44 – Directories Reviewers.

Folder 45 – Dexter, Warren Photos Inventory.

Folder 46 – Dexter, Warren W.


Box 4


Folder 1 – “Discovering Columbus” Book Covers.

Folder 2 – DNA Research, 1993.

Folder 3 – Donato, William.

Folder 4 – Early Sites Research Center.

Folder 5 – Earth Mother, Stele Douglas County.

Folder 6 – Earth Sattelite, 1983.

Folder 7 – Easter Island, Tablets (Fell).

Folder 8 – Eckler, Don + Photos.

Folder 9 – EDA Grant.

Folder 10 – Education Committee, Letters to, 1989.

Folder 11 – Egmont Papers (Xeros) 1736 Treaty with Creeks, 1736.

Folder 12 – Egyptians.

Folder 13 – Elberton (GA) Sealstone + Photos, 1990.

Folder 14 – Epigraphic Society Southern California.

Folder 15 – Etowah Mounds – Research on, 1989.

Folder 16 – Etowah Mounds Inscription + Photos.

Folder 17 – Farley, Gloria – Correspondence, 1983/93/94.

Folder 18 – Farnham, Edwin.

Folder 19 – Feldman, David + Photos.

Folder 20 – Fell, Barry I + Photos, 1989/90.

Folder 21 – Fell, Barry II, 1989/90.

Folder 22 – “Fellow of the Epigraphic Society”, Joseph B. Mahan, Dec.20, `984.

Folder 23 – First American.

Folder 24 – Fiscal Records, 1991.

Folder 25 – Flavin, Richard.

Folder 26 – Forbidden Archeology.

Folder 27 – Foster, Maelee Thompson.

Folder 28 – Fort Mountain.

Folder 29 – Foster, Mary Lecron Hebrew Influences, 1988.

Folder 30 – Foundations Applications NEH.

Folder 31 – Fondations – Georgia.

Folder 32 – Fundraising and Grants.

Folder 33 – Fundraising Letters Number (1), 1993.

Folder 34 – Gallager, Ida Jane.

Folder 35 – Garamantes – Hist.

Folder 36 – Genetic as Clue to History, 1993.

Folder 37 – Georgia Map, 1994/95.

Folder 38 – Gillepsie, Rollin (Research, Gillepsie, Rollin “Melungeon”).

Folder 39 – Gold Mining GA, Pre-English.

Folder 40 – Gold, Ancient Mine in Pickens County, GA – Note on + Photos.

Folder 41 – Gordon, Cyrus A.

Folder 42 – Grants.

Folder 43 – Green, Corn Festival Gary White Deer, 1994.

Folder 44 – Grizzard Advertising Inc.

Folder 45 – Gross, Stuart.

Folder 46 – Gungywamp Society, Inc.

Folder 47 – Guthrie, James.

Folder 48 – Hall, Robert.

Folder 49 – Halpern, Zena, April 1995.

Folder 50 – Hahn, Albert G. Biography (1917/94).

Folder 51 – Hansen, Evan + Photos – Research “Anazi Valley”.

Folder 52 – Hardaker, Christopher.

 

Box 5

 

Folder 1 – Hardy, Mary M.

Folder 2 – Harrison, Mary.

Folder 3 – Hawai – Meneluni, 1989.

Folder 4 – Hayden, Dorothy L.

Folder 5 – Henson, Michael, Paul + Photos.

Folder 6 – Hieronimus, Bob + Zoh.

Folder 7 – Hoffman, Curtis “The Johnson Site” Final Report.

Folder 8 – Holy Stones.

Folder 9 – Howard, L. Damon.

Folder 10 – Hubbard, Harry, 1994/95.

Folder 11 – John, Haywood, Inscriptions, Southeast.

Folder 12 – Helios Talk-Mahan-Notes.

Folder 13 – Human Burial Laws (GA).

Folder 14 – Hunt, Jean, January 1990.

Folder 15 – Hunt, Jean, January 1990.

Folder 16 – Info-Fact Sheet, 1994.

Folder 17 – Institute for the Study of natural Systems, 1993.

Folder 18 – Inventory of Historic Sites,” The Lower Chattahoochee Area”.

Folder 19 – Iron Artifacts.

Folder 20 – Iron Smelters.

Folder 21 – Irish in America “BC”.

Folder 22 – ISAC – Annual Meeting, 1989/90.

Folder 23 – ISAC Budget-FY, 1994.

Folder 24 – ISAC Annual Budgets.

Folder 25 – ISAC Annual Report. 1992/93.

Folder 26 – ISAC – Columbus Chapter.

Folder 27 – ISAC Conference “Columbus was not the First”, 1973.

Folder 28 – 1987 Conference.

Folder 29 – ISAC Conference, 1983.

Folder 30 – ISAC Conference, 1988.

Folder 31 – ISAC Conference, June 1990.

Folder 32 – ISAC Conference Registrations, 1989.

Folder 33 – ISAC Conference + Photos, 1990.

Folder 34 – ISAC Conference, 1991.

Folder 35 – ISAC Conference Correspondence, 1992.

Folder 36 – ISAC Conference, 1992.

Folder 37 – ISAC Conference Programs.

Folder 38 – ISAC Conference, 1993.

Folder 39 – ISAC Conference, 1993.

Folder 40 – ISAC Conference, 1994.

Folder 41 – ISAC Conference “Truth” All Records, 1994.

Folder 42 – ISAC Conference Papers, 1995.

Folder 43 – ISAC Symposium Papers, 1995.

Folder 44 – ISAC Corp. Registration, 1991.

Folder 45 – ISAC Epigraphic Society, 1989.

Folder 46 – ISAC Membership Applications.

Folder 47 – ISAC – Midwest Chapter.

Folder 48 – ISAC Newsletters.

Folder 49 – ISAC – New York Chapter.

 

Box 6

 

Folder 1 – ISAC Notebook, 1989.

Folder 2 – ISAC Notebook, '90.

Folder 3 – ISAC – Non- profit Papers.

Folder 4 – ISAC Membership, Funding, 1995.

Folder 5 – ISAC – Operations.

Folder 6 – ISAC Purpose.

Folder 7 – ISAC – Report, November 1993.

Folder 8 – ISAC – Research Center.

Folder 9 – ISAC – Research Center Architectural Plans.

Folder 10 – ISAC – Research Computer.

Folder 11 – ISAC – Trustee Memo's, 1994.

Folder 12 – Islamic Culture in Europe 700-1498 A.D., 1986.

Folder 13 – Jairazbhoy, R.A.

Folder 14 – Japanese, Influence in the Pacific + Photos.

Folder 15 – James Walter S. Jr. – Articles by, 1988 – Counsil for Native Am. Indian Progress.

Folder 16 – Japanese Petrograph Society + Artifact.

Folder 17 – Jochimsen, Rose + Negatives.

Folder 18 – Johannessen, Carl – Diffusionism.

Folder 19 – Judge Jackson.

Folder 20 – Judge Jackson, 1988.

Folder 21 – Jueneman, Frederick B., “The Polar Column”.

Folder 22 – Kachur, victor.

Folder 23 – Kadath.

Folder 24 – Kaiser, Lucky.

Folder 25 – Keeler, Clyde E. + Photos, Iron Working.

Folder 26 – Keeler, Stanley E.

Folder 27 – Keepers of the Treasures.

Folder 28 – Keith – Articles, 1995.

Folder 29 – Kelley, David H.

Folder 30 – Key, Mary Ritchie.

Folder 31 – King Site.

Folder 32 – Kraus, Gerard.

Folder 33 – Krueger, John R.

Folder 34 – Lamar.

Folder 35 – Lane, Darrel.

Folder 36 – Lanier Multi Media.

Folder 37 – Language, Arnold D. Walder “Origin of Language”.

Folder 38 – Leif Ericson Society.

Folder 39 – Linehan, Lee (I), 1989/90.

Folder 40 – Linehan, Lee (II).

Folder 41 – Linguistic Origins.

Folder 42 – Little Egypt, III.

Folder 43 – Los Lunas.

Folder 44 – Louisiana Mounds Society, 1992.

Folder 45 – Luristan, Art.

Folder 46 – Magellan Scholar.

Folder 47 – Mahan-Columbus College Lecture, Feb. 2, 1988.

Folder 48 – Mahan – “Messengers from Afar” Paper, Reinhardt, June 1987.

Folder 49 – Mahan Talks, Papers.

Folder 50 – Mahan Personal, 1992.

 

Box 7

 

Folder 1 – Manitou Spirit – American Physical Society – Amherst College, 1993.

Folder 2 – Marble Dating Techniques.

Folder 3 – Marshall, James A.

Folder 4 – McAlpin Stone + Photos.

Folder 5 – McCulloch, J. Huston.

Folder 6 – Melungeons, 1989.

Folder 7 – Mertz, Henriette + Photo.

Folder 8 – Metalworking.

Folder 9 – Metcalf Stone.

Folder 10 – Michigan Plates I.

Folder 11 – Michigan Plates II.

Folder 12 – Midwestern Epigraphic.

Folder 13 – G. Mikhailyuk.

Folder 14 – Mooney, Richard M.

Folder 15 – Morgan, James R.

Folder 16 – Morrison, Bill.

Folder 17 – Moseley, Beverly.

Folder 18 – Mummies Chinese Caucasian, 1994.

Folder 19 – Murray, Arnold.

Folder 20 – Muscogean Language.

Folder 21 – N.A. Sunkings…Mahan.

Folder 22 – Natchez Grande Village.

Folder 23 – National Endowment for the Humanities, 1994.

Folder 24 – Neara.

Folder 25 – News Media – Adresses.

Folder 26 – Newsletters.

Folder 27 – The Nexus.

Folder 28 – Newspaper Clipping File.

Folder 29 – Newport Tower.

Folder 30 – North American Sun Kings.

Folder 31 – Northgate Computer.

Folder 32 – Ogamic Relic from the Innuits of Alaska.

Folder 33 – One world Conference.

Folder 34 – Olmee Sites.

Folder 35 – Overstreet, Keith (I), 1992.

Folder 36 – Overstreet, Keith (II), 1992.

Folder 37 – Overstreet, Keith, January 1990.

Folder 38 – Overstreet, Keith, 1987/89.

Folder 39 – W. Keith Overstreet Painting, 2/11/1992.

Folder 40 – Overstreet, Keith, April 1995.

Folder 41 – Panorama.

Folder 42 – papers, Abstracts, Outlines.

Folder 43 – Patterson – Rudolph Carol, Petroglyphs and Myths of the Rio Grande.

Folder 44 – Payne, John V. + Photos.

Folder 45 – Payne, Marshall.

 

Box 8

 

Folder 1 – Peoples of the Sea.

Folder 2 – Personal (Mahan).

Folder 3 – Phonetic Alphabet Project.

Folder 4 – Photographs.

Folder 5 – Photographs 1992.

Folder 6 – National Pictograph Society, 1993.

Folder 7 – Pohl, Frederick J., 1991.

Folder 8 – Polansky, Jon R.

Folder 9 – Press Inventories, 1993.

Folder 10 – Price, Joan-Elliot.

Folder 11 – Priest, Josiah.

Folder 12 – Primevals Covey : Yuchi/Yuki.

Folder 13 – Publicity.

Folder 14 – Quincentennial Logo.

Folder 15 – Raf.

Folder 16 – Rankin Executive Suites

Folder 17 – Reib, John Dan

Folder 18 – Reinhardt College

Folder 19 – Research Center Grant Applications DCA

Folder 20 – Richards, Douglas G.

Folder 21 – Richardson, Jack + Photos

Folder 22 – Rickey, Don G.

Folder 23 – Road into Darkness

Folder 24 – Rock Lake

Folder 25 – Albert, Rolland

Folder 26 – Root Cutter Award + Photos, 1990

Folder 27 – Russell, Orville + Photos

Folder 28 – Rydholm, Fred C

Folder 29 – Savoy, Gene

Folder 30 – Schenck

Folder 31 – Scherz, James P. (I)

Folder 32 – Scherz, James P. (II) – (Geometry)

Folder 33 – Science Frontiers

Folder 34 – Sea peoples

Folder 35 – Secret Orders Masonic Related

Folder 36 – The Secret

Folder 37 – Book Covers “The Secret”

Folder 38 – Seminoles

Folder 39 – Senica Wisom

Folder 40 – Serpent Mound

Folder 41 – Shelta Language – The Study of…

Folder 42 – Shawnce Stone, Sealstone from Oklahoma, 1989

Folder 43 – Shipwrecks, Asiatic

Folder 44 – Shupshe

Folder 45 – Singer – Moy Mound Istea Project, 1993/1989

Folder 46 – Skeeter, David

Folder 47 – Silver Mining

Folder 48 – Skupin, Michael

Folder 49 – Smith, Gordon B.

Folder 50 – Smith, Margaret Perryman

Folder 51 – Smithana, Don

Folder 52 – Society for Early Historic Archeology CLS – Christensen

Folder 53 – Sodders, Betty

Folder 54 – Sokolinski, Marion (I), Jan. 1990

Folder 55 – Sokolinski, Marion (II), Jan. 1990

Folder 56 – Sokolinski, Marion (III), Jan. 1990

Folder 57 – Sokolinski, Marion Papers and Photos, 1993

Folder 58 – Sokolinski, Marion, April 1995

Folder 59 – Sorenson

Folder 60 – Southeastern Archeological Conference, 1988

Folder 61 – Speakers Conf., Oct. 1995

Folder 62 – Starling, Robert

Folder 63 – Steede, Neil

Folder 64 – Dr. Sullivan, James

 

Box 9

 

Folder 1 – Stewart, Ethel (I)

Folder 2 – Stewart, Ethel (II)

Folder 3 – Stewart, Ethel (III)

Folder 4 – Stewart, Ethel Addenda

Folder 5 – Stewart, Ethel, Bio. Mf. Introduction to Dene and Nadene

Folder 6 – Stewart, Ethel – Maps for Dene and Nadene

Box 7 – Stonehenge/Cyr., 1991

Folder 8 – Stones and Bones Newsletter

Folder 9 – Strong, Roslyn, Neara Articles – Iron and Copper Artifacts Dating

Folder 10 – Swauger, James L.

Folder 11 – Tape Catalog, August 1995

Folder 12 – Tennessee Anthropologist, 1988

Folder 13 – Teotihuacan

Folder 14 – Thermoluminescence Dating Method

Folder 15 – Thompson, Gunnar + Photo, April 29, 1992

Folder 16 – Tiger, Juanita B. + Photos

Folder 17 – Tomlinson, Avril

Folder 18 – Toner, Mike

Folder 19 – Totten, Norman + Photos

Folder 20 – Track Rock Gap Inscriptions Historical Notes + Photos

Folder 21 – Trawicky, B.

Folder 22 – Treacy, Harold – Diskettes, Tripod Rock

Folder 23 – “Treasure Hunt”, 1989

Folder 24 – Trust Co., Bank – Notes ISAC

Folder 25 – Tuscon Artifacts

Folder 26 – Tugaloo Stone

Folder 27 – Turkey + Photo

Folder 28 – Uncle Remus Museum, 1993

Folder 29 – Upper Midwest ISAC, June 1993

Folder 30 – Viking Ships

Folder 31 – Visigoths Research Data

Folder 32 – Wales

Folder 33 – Wall, Albert

Folder 34 – Wall in Tennessee Chatata, Tennessee Inscribed Wall.

Folder 35 – Wallace, Doug Findings

Folder 36 – Western Epigraphic Society + Slides

Folder 37 – Westville Conferences 1973/74/75

Folder 38 – Westville Committee

Folder 39 – White, John J.

Folder 40 – Williams, Stephen Dr., 1992

Folder 41 – Winter Bottom – Tourism Plan, 1993

Folder 42 – Woodruff Foundation

Folder 43 – Woodruff, Steve

Folder 44 – World Cultures of Ancient America

Folder 45 – Writing – Museum Report to Trustees, Jan., 20 1994

Folder 46 – Wrys, Means, Planning Comm.

Folder 47 – Young, Peter A.

Folder 48 – Yuchi Cultural Center

Folder 49 – Yuchi cultural Festival.

Folder 50 – Yuchi Language

Folder 51 – Zink, David

Series 5: Lower Chattahoochee Area Planning and Development Commission Collection.

Box 1

Folder 1 – ACHP – Meetings, 1982

Folder 2 – Archeology ACHP

Folder 3 – Adams Cotton Gin National Register Nomination, 1983/84

Folder 4 – Barge Facility at Anderson Ferry, Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 19, 1982

Folder 5 – B.F. White Historical Marker, 1980s

Folder 6 – Bradley Theater Preservation Effort + Photos, 1982/83

Folder 7 – Bullock-Hart House, 1420 Second Ave., National Register Nomination, 1970s/80s

Folder 8 – Cedar Heights Plantation, National Register Nomination

Folder 9 – Dismukes-Jarrell House, 1617 Summit Dr., National Register Nomination, Feb. 15, 1979

Folder 10 – Federal Taxation and the Preservation of America's Heritage, Oct. 1982

Folder 11 – Federalism, Preservation and Task Force, 1981/82

Folder 12 – Fort Mitchell Development Plans, 1980s

Folder 13 – Gasquet-Orleans Road 106 Case, 1981/82

Folder 14 – Georgia, MOA's etc…, 1981/82

Folder 15 – “Gordonido” Gordon-Richards-Feighner Home, National Register Nomination, 1978/79

Folder 16 – Green Island Ranch, National Register Nomination + Photos + Plan, 1951

Folder 17 – Hofflin and Greentree Building 1128-1130 Broadway, National Register Nomination, 1982

Folder 18 – Highland Hall, 1504 17th Street, National Register Nomination + Photo, 1979

Folder 19 – Historic Building Information

Folder 20 – Interior Dept., News Release, 1981

Folder 21 – Interstate 90 Through Wallace, Idaho Draft

Folder 22 – St. James A.M.E. Church, Restoration Fund Information, 1979

Folder 23 – Liberty Theater, National Register Nomination + Photo, 1980s

Folder 24 – Montgomery Committee, 1982

Folder 25 – Montgomery Corres., 1982

Folder 26 – Montgomery Clippings, 1982

Folder 27 – The Pittsburg and Midway Coal Mining Co., May 17, 1982

Folder 28 – Rankin Square, National Register Nomination, Oct. 21, 1977

Folder 29 – Ridgewood Plantation, Upatoi, GA, National Register Nomination

Folder 30 – Regulations, A.C.H.F. (I), 1981/82

Folder 31 – Regulations, A.C.H.F., (II), 1981/82

Folder 32 – Spencer House, National Register Nomination, June 24, 1981

Folder 33 – Springer Opera House, HPS Restoration Grant + Plan + Photos, 1978

Folder 34 – Typist Guide, 1912