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Lynn Willoughby Trinity Church Collection (MC 145)

 

Biographical Note

Lynn Willoughby (b. 1951) wrote several books about the history of the Chattahoochee Valley, including on Trinity Episcopal Church in Columbus, Georgia and on the Chattahoochee River.

Scope and Content

These materials are mainly Willoughby's notes on her book, A Power for Good: The History of Trinity Parish, Columbus, Georgia, with photographs by Mike Culpepper, published in 1999.  These materials include her notebooks, newspaper clippings, transcriptions and photocopies of Trinity Episcopal Church vestry meeting minutes, compilations of deeds, lists of pastors, deacons and bishops, etc.

In addition to the folders relating to the Trinity Episcopal Church, there is one folder containing copies of the illustrations for her book, Flowing Through Time about the Chattahoochee River, published in 1999.

1830s-1980s                                                                2 boxes (2 l.f.)

 

Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the Lynn Willoughby Trinity Church Collection  (MC 145) must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required:

Lynn Willoughby Trinity Church Collection (MC 145)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia

 

Note to Researchers

See also:

A Power for Good: The History of Trinity Parish, Columbus, Georgia.  The call number is BX5980.C6768.w55 1999.  A copy is located in both the Archives Research Room and the general circulating collection.

Flowing Through Time. The call number is F292.C4.W55 1999.  A copy is located in both the Archives Research Room and the general circulating collection

Box and Folder List

Box 1

Folder 1: Book Appendices.

Folder 2: Inventory of UGA Collection.

Folder 3: Statistics, Proceedings and Annual Reports of Diocese.

Folder 4: Related History.

Folder 5: Photos.

Folder 6: Vestry Minutes.

Folder 7: Antebellum Period.

Folder 8: Other UGA Notes.

Folder 9: St. Mary the Virgin Mission.

Folder 10: St. Christopher's Mission.

Folder 11: 1892 – 1929.

Folder 12: 1870's – 1892.

Folder 13: 1930's - 1945.

Folder 14: 1946 – 1958.

Folder 15: 1959 – 1980.

Folder 16: 1980's.

Folder 17: Epilogue and Appendices.

Folder 18: People.

Folder 19: Unused Material.

Folder 20:  Flowing through Time, illustrations.
     This folder contains copies of paintings, etchings and photographs illustrating various uses of the Chattahoochee River (including recreation, shipping, power production, etc.) and its effects on the towns along its route, including periodic flooding.

Box 2

Florida Map Book

Index to Florida Map Book