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Quillian-Ansley-Gates Collection (MC 180)

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Scope and Content Box and Folder List
Provenance  

Biographical Note

Lt. Col. Amzi Rudolph (Rudy) Quillian (1911-1944) was born in Hall County in northeast Georgia.  Lt. Col. Quillian graduated from North Georgia Military College in Dahlonega, Georgia prior to receiving an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point.  At West Point, Quillian distinguished himself an earned a place on the Honor Committee.  He received a commission to the 66th Infantry (Light Tanks) at Fort Benning, Georgia following his graduation from West Point in 1937. The 66th Infantry later became the 66th Armored Regiment of the 2nd Armored Division, under the then Brig. Gen. George S. Patton and would continue to train at Fort Benning until being sent to Louisiana, the Carolinas, and finally deployment in North Africa in November, 1942.  A capable and gallant soldier, Quillian earned the Silver Star for fearlessly leading a charge of the 2nd Armored Division, nicknamed "Hell on Wheels", in the face of enemy fire at Canicatti, Sicily.  Later he earned a Bronze State for training maneuvers in England.  Deployment then took the 2nd Armored Division to France and Quillian's battalion landed at Utah Beach on D-Day plus six.  Quillian was mortally wounded on July 28, 1944 at St Lo, France shortly after the St. Lo breakthrough.  His body now lays to rest in the Normandy American Cemetery overlooking Omaha Beach.

Scope and Content

The Quillian-Ansley-Gates Collection consists of 2.5 linear feet of material housed in two separate boxes.

1 linear feet of material is housed in Box 1, which contains letters and documents of Lt. Col. Amzi Rudolph Quillian (1911-1944) while in service with the 2nd Armored Division of the United States Army.  Most of the letters were address to his wife Eva. Letters are arranged in chronological order.

Box 2, 1.5 linear feet, consists of a collection of articles written by Sally Gates from her column "Around Town" published in the Columbus-Ledger Enquirer from May 1994 to August 1998.  Arranged in chronological order.  See also Photograph Collection folders 345 - 364 for accompanying photos.

Permission to Publish

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

Quillian-Ansley-Gates Collection, MC 180
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia

Provenance

Donated to the Columbus State University Archives by Sally Quillian Gates.

Box and Folder List

Series 1- Amzi Rudolph Quillian and Eva Ansley


Box 1


Folder 1: Biography of Amzi Rudolph Quillian 1911-1944

Folder 2: Birth Records for Eva Ansley December 1911

Folder 3: Graduation Announcement for Rudolph Quillian from Chattahoochee High April 1929

Folder 4: Blueprint of North Georgia College 1931

Folder 5: Photo of Cadets at West Point, New York 1933-1937

Folder 6: 1932 Sigma Nu Fraternity Card

Folder 7: Postcard of North Georgia College 1932

Folder 8: PR Info on Rudolf Quillian 1933

Folder 9: Personal Report on Amzi Quillian 1933

Folder 10: Atlanta Journal Article about Amzi Quillian's West Point Appointment 1933

Folder 11: 1937 West Point Graduation

Folder 12: West Point Booklet on 1937 Graduation Class

Folder 13: Rudolph Quillian and Evie Ansley Marriage 1940

Folder 14: Power of Attorney Document 1942

Folder 15: Orders to Transfer 2nd Armored Div. From Ft. Benning to Monroe N.C. 1942

Folder 16: Will of Amzi Rudolph Quillian 1942

Folder 17: Baby Card from Ruth 1943

Folder 18: Allotment to Sally Quillian 1943

Folder 19: Silver Star Award to Amzi R. Quillian September 1943

Folder 20: Time Magazine October 4th, 1943 (Pony Edition)

Folder 21: Metal Name Plate for Col. A. Quillian Palermo, Italy October 1943

Folder 22: Newspaper Article on Lt. Col. Quillian is now military governor in Sicily 1944

Folder 23: Bronze Star Award 24 July, 1944

Folder 24: “Yank” Magazine August 20th, 1944

Folder 25: Church Program 1944 Death of Amzi Quillian Noted

Folder 26: Newspaper Obits for Amzi Rudolph Quillian August 1944

Folder 27: “Yank” Magazine September 1st, 1944

Folder 28: Rudolph Quillian's Will Probated November 1944

Folder 29: Newspaper Articles about Rudolph Quillian 1944

Folder 30: Newspaper Articles about Events during World War II 1944-1945

Folder 31: Birmingham Tribute to Rudolph Quillian December 30th, 1944

Folder 32: Sally Quillian Lock of Hair 25 February 1945

Folder 33: VA Voucher for Refund May 4, 1945

Folder 34: Birmingham News List of War Dead from Jefferson Co. November 11th, 1945 –

Amzi R. Quillian is listed.

Folder 35: Italian Money during World War II 1941-1945

Folder 36: Lt. Col. Insignia, worn by Rudolph Quillian World War II – 1941-1945

Folder 37: Map of Northern France World War – 1941-1945

Folder 38: Photo of Military Box Belonging To Rudolph Quillian World War II

Folder 39: Newspaper Articles about World War II 1941-1945

Folder 40: Military Pocket Guide to North Africa World War II 1941-1945

Folder 41: Postal Savings Plan Booklet for Purchasing Saving Bonds, World War II 1941-1945

Folder 42: Broadcast of Anna Dale WMRC World War II 1941-1945

Folder 43: 2nd Armored Division Patches World War II 1941-1945

Folder 44: Social Security Card for Amzi Rudolph Quillian World War II

Folder 45: “Soldier's Guide to Italy” World War II 1941-1945

Folder 46: War Ration Book Belonging to Evie Mae Ansley, World War II 1941-1945

Folder 47: “Assembly” Magazine, association of Graduates U.S.M.A., January 1948 West

Point

Folder 48: West Point Memorial Booklet for Men Killed in World War II 1941-1945

Folder 49: Confederate Award Presented to Sally Quillian June 1948

Folder 50:D.D. Form 96 concerning Medals Awarded Amzi Quillian May 31, 1951

Folder 51: Vital Statistics Questionnaire on Amzi Rudolph Quillian Filled out by Mrs. Amzi

Rudolph Quillian May 1951

Folder 52: 66th Armored Regiment association Address Book June 29, 1953

Folder 53: Christmas card from Jack Giel to Mrs. R. Quillian, December 1959

Folder 54: Will of Evie Ansley Quillian 1964

Folder 55: Letter from Philip Oramous Associated Press to Sally Quillian April 1967

Folder 56: Estate Settlement of David Quillian 1972

Folder 57: “The Messenger” April 30, 1978 Trinity Episcopal Church

Folder 58: Information on War Orphans 1980's

Folder 59: Christmas Card From M.G. Drayton to Mrs. A.R. Quillian, 1992

Folder 60: Performance Report on Lt. Quillian

Folder 61: Photographs of the American Cemetery Normandy, France

Folder 62: Quillian Family History

Folder 63: “The Army Wife”, A paper or Speech About Army Life for Wives

Folder 64: Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial

Folder 65: Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial Pamphlets

Folder 66: Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial Booklets

Folder 67: Christmas card With the Following Inscription “West Point and the

Highlands” 1868

Folder 68: Report of Action, from Commanding Officer, 66th Armored Division, 13 July, 1943 – Report of the Fighting on July 12 near Canicatti, Written by Lt. Col. A.R. Quillian

 

Series 2- Correspondence



Box 1

Folder 1: Postcard from Rudolph Quillian to Mrs. D.T. Quillian, 1928

Folder 2: Letter from Rudy (Amzi Rudolph Quillian) to Mrs. D.T. Quillian, March 1931

Folder 3: Letter from North Georgia College President John West To A.R. Quillian, July, 1932

Folder 4: Letter from General James Kinley to Amzi Quillian Informing him of his appointment to West Point, May 2, 1933

Folder 5: Letters, July 1933

Folder 6: Letters, August 1933

Folder 7: Greeting Card from Amzi Rudolph Quillian To Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Reeves, December, 1934

Folder 8: Letters from Amzi Rudolph Quillian To Mrs. D.T. Quillian, May, 1940

Folder 9: Letters from Rudolph Quillian To His Mother Mrs. D.T. Quillian, June, 1940

Folder 10: Letter from Eva Quillian to Mrs. D.T. Quillian, July, 1940

Folder 11: Letter from Amzi Rudolph Quillian To Mrs. D.T. Quillian, April, 1941

Folder 12: Letter from “Mother” to John E. Quillian, May 7th, 1942

Folder 13: Letters, July, 1942

Folder 14: Letters, August, 1942

Folder 15: Letters, November, 1942

Folder 16: Letters, December, 1942

Folder 17: Letter from “Mother” to “John”

Folder 18: Letters, January, 1943

Folder 19: Letters, February, 1943

Folder 20: Letters, March, 1943

Folder 21: Letters, April, 1943

Folder 22: Letters, May, 1943

Folder 23: Letters, June, 1943

Folder 24: Letters, July, 1943

Folder 25: Letters, August, 1943

Folder 26: Letters, September, 1943

Folder 27: Letters, October, 1943

Folder 28: Letters, November, 1943

Folder 29: Letters, December, 1943

Folder 30: Government Notifications on the Death of Amzi Rudolph Quillian, 1944

Folder 31: Letters, January, 1944

Folder 32: Letters, February, 1944

Folder 33: Letters, March, 1944

Folder 34: Letters, April, 1944

Folder 35: Letters, May, 1944

Folder 36: Letters, June, 1944

Folder 37: Letters, July, 1944

Folder 38: Letters, August, 1944

Folder 39: Letters, September, 1944

Folder 40: Letters, October, 1944

Folder 41: Letters, November, 1944

Folder 42: Letters, December, 1944

Folder 43: Letter From Lt. Col. L.C. Herkuess to Mrs. A.R. Quillian, February, 1945

Folder 44: Letters, 1946

Folder 45: Letter from Hugh R. O'Farrell to Eva Quillian, August, 1947

Folder 46: Letters Concerning Service of Amzi R. Quillian, 1949

Folder 47: Letter to Eva Quillian Concerning Her Later Husband Amzi Rudolph Quillian, April 18, 1951

Folder 48: Letters between Eva Quillian And General IRA Swift, July, 1951

Folder 49: Letter from Colonel Roland Delmar to Eva Quillian, May, 1953

Folder 50: Letter from Battle Monuments Commission to Mrs. Eva A. Quillian, August, 1953

Folder 51: Letters, 1979

Folder 52: Letter from Mrs. W.R. Reeves to Mrs. A.R. Quillian, 1979

Folder 53: Letter from Mrs. Paul Greene to Mrs. Rudy Quillian, January, 1984

Folder 54: Letter from Colonel Michael Krisman to General Daniel Raymond, September, 1984

Folder 55: Letter from Colonel A.M. Prentiss to Ava Quillian, December, 1988

Folder 56: Letter from Mrs. Amzi Rudolph Quillian to Cecil Himes, October, 2001

Folder 57: Letter from Norris H. Perkins to Sally Quillian Gates, May, 2003

Folder 58: Letter to Eva Quillian from Linda Concerning a WW II Quilt

Folder 59: Miscellaneous Letters (No dates)

Folder 60: “The Letter” written to Sally Quillian by her Father Amzi Quillian, April 29, 1943

Folder 61: Letter From General Patton To Mrs. D.T. Quillian, September 10, 1944


Series 3- Newspaper Articles About or by Sally Quillian-Gates (and Items of Interest to Her)


Box 1


Folder 1: Newspaper Clippings 1948-1963

Folder 2: Newspaper Clippings 1964

Folder 3: Newspaper Clippings February – September 1965

Folder 4: Newspaper Clippings October – December 1965

Folder 5: Newspaper Clippings January – July 1966

Folder 6: Newspaper Clippings August – September 1966

Folder 7: Newspaper Clippings October – December 1966

Folder 8: Newspaper Clippings January - April 1967

Folder 9: Newspaper Clippings May – June 1967

Folder 10: Newspaper Clippings 1968 – 1969

Folder 11: Newspaper Clippings 1970 – 1971

Folder 12: Newspaper Clippings 1972

Folder 13: Newspaper Clippings 1973 - 1976

Folder 14: Newspaper Clippings 1977

Folder 15: Newspaper Clippings 1978

Folder 16: Newspaper Clippings 1979

Folder 17: Newspaper Clippings 1980

Folder 18: Newspaper Clippings 1981 – wedding Announcement

Folder 19: Newspaper Clippings 1982 – 1989 – Local Black History/ Wm. Calky

Folder 20: Newspaper Clippings 1990 – 1993

Folder 21: Newspaper Clippings May – August 1994

Folder 22: Newspaper Clippings September – December 1994

Folder 23: Newspaper Clippings January – February 1995

Folder 24: Newspaper Clippings March – April 1995

Folder 25: Newspaper Clippings May – June 1995

Folder 26: Newspaper Clippings July – August 1995

Folder 27: Newspaper Clippings September – December 1995

Folder 28: Newspaper Clippings January – April 1996

Folder 29: Newspaper Clippings May – December 1996

Folder 30: Newspaper Clippings 1998 – 1999

Folder 31: Newspaper Clippings 2000 – 2006

Folder 32: Newspaper Clippings Undated 1 of 2

Folder 33: Newspaper Clippings Undated 2 of 2

Box 2 – Newspaper Articles by Sally Gates

Folder 1: Gates, Sally Q. “Museum plans storytelling for today,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, May 22, 1994, D2.

Folder 2: Gates, Sally Q. “This is one neighborhood party you shouldn't overlook,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, May 29, 1994, D8.

Folder 3: Gates, Sally Q. “Bo Bartlett exhibits with Wyeths,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 5, 1994, D5.

Folder 4: Gates, Sally Q. “St. Francis Auxiliary ahead of schedule with gift,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 12, 1994, D5.

Folder 5: Gates, Sally Q. “First parachute test platoon has Benning Reunion,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 19, 1994, D2.

Folder 6: Gates, Sally Q. “Ivy Garden Club wins awards for conservation,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 26, 1994, D6.

Folder 7: Gates, Sally Q. “What Better place than Ireland to go for the greens,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 3, 1994, D3.

Folder 8: Gates, Sally Q. “Friends and family entertaining the new debutantes,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 10, 1994, D1 and D7.

Folder 9: Gates, Sally Q. “College's Patrons of Music travel to see Atlanta Opera,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 10, 1994, D6.

Folder 10: Gates, Sally Q. “'FDR' drops in on reunion of Jordan High Class of '44,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 17, 1994, D2.

Folder 11: Gates, Sally Q. “Lifelong group proves it's never too late to learn,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 24, 1994, D9.

Folder 12: Gates, Sally Q. “Germans find home in Midland,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, August 7, 1994, D3.

Folder 12a: Gates, Sally Q. "I may never get to see you" [about her father's letter to her during WWII before he was killed in action], Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, August 20, 1994, A6.

Folder 13: Gates, Sally Q. “Honey, for our anniversary let's go to Siberia,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, August 21, 1994, D2.

Folder 14: Gates, Sally Q. “Rangers look after their own at Benning memorial,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, August 28, 1994, D2.

Folder 15: Gates, Sally Q. “'Top Gun' for the day,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, September 4, 1994, D2.

Folder 16: Gates, Sally Q. “Columbus couple attends 725th anniversary in Latvia,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, September 11, 1994, D2.

Folder 17: Gates, Sally Q. “New Orleans actress, 13, researches role here,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, September 18, 1994, D7.

Folder 18: Gates, Sally Q. “Steeplechase adds golf, tennis tournaments to benefit arts,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 2, 1994, D2.

Folder 19: Gates, Sally Q. “River trip, festival put Indian heritage in spotlight,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 9, 1994, D2.

Folder 20: Gates, Sally Q. “Junior League turning auditorium into winter village for fund-raiser,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 16, 1994, D1 and D2.

Folder 21: Gates, Sally Q. “Tuskegee-Morehouse much more than football,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 16, 1994, D9.

Folder 22: Gates, Sally Q. “Autograph party for heroic Cuban,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 23, 1994, D2.

Folder 23: Gates, Sally Q. “There's music in the air at Westville,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 30, 1994, D6.

Folder 24: Gates, Sally Q. “Chocolate, champagne do mix,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 30, 1994, D11.

Folder 25: Gates, Sally Q. “Junior League cookbook ready for marketplace,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, November 6, 1994, D2.

Folder 26: Gates, Sally Q. “Tour of homes, good food, old friends, football,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, November 13, 1994, D2.

Folder 27: Gates, Sally Q. “Christmas Gala, progressive party planned,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, November 27, 1994, D11.

Folder 28: Gates, Sally Q. “House in France and decking halls at Westville,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, December 4, 1994, D11.

Folder 29: Gates, Sally Q. “Worst and best of times,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, December 11, 1994, D2.

Folder 30: Gates, Sally Q. “Museum black-tie dinner party had that masterful touch,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, December 11, 1994, D3.

Folder 31: Gates, Sally Q. “Newcomers greet newcomers,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, December 18, 1994, D2.

Folder 32: Gates, Sally Q. “Firm has new 'elves;' bachelors dance night away,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, December 25, 1994, D2.

Folder 33: Gates, Sally Q. “Garden seminars are sprouting in January,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, January 8, 1995, D2.

Folder 34: Gates, Sally Q. “Georgia Preservationist 'on stage' for Springer dinner,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, January 15, 1995, D2.

Folder 35: Gates, Sally Q. “Friendship brings Siberian hosts to Columbus,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, January 22, 1995, D3.

Folder 36: Gates, Sally Q. “Need to help to carry on a conversation in French?” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, January 29, 1995, D2.

Folder 37: Gates, Sally Q. “Waverly Hall 'up' with government/arts building,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, February 5, 1995, D2.

Folder 38: Gates, Sally Q. “How does your Garden grow? Maybe you need some expert help,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, February 12, 1995, D11.

Folder 39: Gates, Sally Q. “Museum group travels to Madison for exhibit,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, February 19, 1995, D2.

Folder 40: Gates, Sally Q. “Mardi Gras Ball decorations fit for an emperor,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, February 26, 1995, D2.

Folder 41: Gates, Sally Q. “Symphony women invite you to join them for a 'Sentimental Journey,'” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, March 5, 1995, D2.

Folder 42: Gates, Sally Q. “Trip to historic New Orleans,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, March 12, 1995, D2.

Folder 43: Gates, Sally Q. “Art exhibits have special attraction for the young crowd,” March 19, 1995, D4.

Folder 44: Gates, Sally Q. “Nature Conservancy hikes to area sites,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, March 26, 1995, D2.

Folder 45: Gates, Sally Q. “West Point Society observes Founder's Day at Benning,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, April 2, 1995, D2.

Folder 46: Gates, Sally Q. “International Network of intercultural fellowship, support”, Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, April 9, 1995, D2.

Folder 47: Gates, Sally Q. Outstanding women honored,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, April 16, 1995, D2.

Folder 48: Gates, Sally Q. “1995 Debutantes,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, April 16, 1995, D9.

Folder 49: Gates, Sally Q. “Georgia artist's work to be featured at Bali conference,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, April 23, 1995, D2.

Folder 50: Gates, Sally Q. “Riverfest bringing in its heavy artillery for finale,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, April 30, 1995, D2.

Folder 51: Gates, Sally Q. “Former ambassador to Japan attends music celebration,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, May 7, 1995, D2.

Folder 52: Gates, Sally Q. “Columbusites are in the headlines and behind the bylines,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, May 21, 1995, D2.

Folder 53: Gates, Sally Q. “Hand-made flag now on display at Benning museum,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, May 28, 1995, D2.

Folder 54: Gates, Sally Q. “Orpheus Music Club celebrates its 100th anniversary,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 4, 1995, D2.

Folder 55: Gates, Sally Q. “HCF honors 'Lady,'” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 11, 1995, D1 and D3.

Folder 56: Gates, Sally Q. “48-star flag needed for 'Franklin' set,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 11, 1995, D3.

Folder 57: Gates, Sally Q. “Flowers leaves Leadership Columbus,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 18, 1995, D2.

Folder 58: Gates, Sally Q. “Historic District residents dine, cruise down river,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 25, 1995, D2.

Folder 59: Gates, Sally Q. “Southern museum directors discuss future plans,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 2, 1995, D2.

Folder 60: Gates, Sally Q. “It's not too late to join Olympic volunteers,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 9, 1995, D2.

Folder 61: Gates, Sally Q. “Urban League youth program,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 16, 1995, D3.

Folder 62: Gates, Sally Q. “Writer hides 'Gold' in Stewart County,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 23, 1995, D2.

Folder 63: Gates, Sally Q. “Miss Scah-lett visits visitor center,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 30, 1995, D2.

Folder 64: Gates, Sally Q. “VIPs, softball teams entertained here,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, August 6, 1995, D3.

Folder 65: Gates, Sally Q. “Film crews making their way to Columbus,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, August 20, 1995, D2.

Folder 66: Gates, Sally Q. “Beautification is an equal opportunity project,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, August 27, 1995, D2.

Folder 67: Gates, Sally Q. “Dinner on grounds benefit Richland church,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, September 3, 1995, D2.

Folder 68: Gates, Sally Q. “Beam me up Scottie, it's Fala Day,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, September 10, 1995, D2.

Folder 69: Gates, Sally Q. “Investing in River City,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, September 17, 1995, D11.

Folder 70: Gates, Sally Q. “Naval Museum welcomes new crew,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, September 24, 1995, D2.

Folder 71: Gates, Sally Q. “Area arts supporters are off to races,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 1, 1995, D2.

Folder 72: Gates, Sally Q. “Four authors in the spotlight,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 8, 1995, D2.

Folder 73: Gates, Sally Q. “Chattahoochee River brings us together,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 15, 1995, D2.

Folder 74: Gates, Sally Q. “Take a trip down Chattahoochee,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 22, 1995, D2.

Folder 75: Gates, Sally Q. “Sunflowers for Barbara,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, October 29, 1995, D2.

Folder 76: Gates, Sally Q. “Chattahoochee Marketplace,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, November 5, 1995, D2.

Folder 77: Gates, Sally Q. “Evening of music, coffee,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, November 12, 1995, D2.

Folder 78: Gates, Sally Q. “Study club celebrates 100 years,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, November 19, 1995, D2.

Folder 79: Gates, Sally Q. “Asian Pacific Alliance has celebration,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, November 26, 1995, D2.

Folder 80: Gates, Sally Q. “Holiday tour of homes,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, December 3, 1995, D3.

Folder 81: Gates, Sally Q. “Dukes, pages set for Mardi Gras,” Columbus Ledger-Enquire, December 17, 1995, D3.

Folder 82: Gates, Sally Q. “New residents, restorations highlight party,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, December 24, 1995, D3.

Folder 83: Gates, Sally Q. “18 debutantes honored at ball,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, December 31, 1995, D2.

Folder 84: Gates, Sally Q. “Zimmerman inducted into golf hall of fame,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, January 7, 1996, D2.

Folder 85: Gates, Sally Q. “Gardening seminars point the way to Olympic beautification,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, January 14, 1996, D2.

Folder 86: Gates, Sally Q. “Committee wants to see you 'down by the riverside,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, January 21, 1996, D2.

Folder 87: Gates, Sally Q. “Lunch program set Thursday at museum,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, January 28, 1996, D2.

Folder 88: Gates, Sally Q. “Chamber celebrates 150 years,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, February 4, 1996, D2.

Folder 89: Gates, Sally Q. “Group attends NY party for local artist,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, February 11, 1996, D2.

Folder 90: Gates, Sally Q. “'Hair's to you, Valentine,'” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, February 16, 1996, A7.

Folder 91: Gates, Sally Q. “Kids celebrate Springer birthday,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, February 25, 1996, D2.

Folder 92: Gates, Sally Q. “It's a legacy to be on this mailing list,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, March 3, 1996, D2.

Folder 93: Gates, Sally Q. “Historically, it's a busy spring,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, March 10, 1996, D2.

Folder 94: Gates, Sally Q. “Raffle set to retire Gateways loan,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, March 17, 1996, D2.

Folder 95: Gates, Sally Q. “Queen Elizabeth extends invitations to two couples,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, March 24, 1996, D2.

Folder 96: Gates, Sally Q. “A bit of family history in Columbus,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, March 31, 1996, D2.

Folder 97: Gates, Sally Q. “Spring forward to a busy schedule,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, April 7, 1996, D2.

Folder 98: Gates, Sally Q. “Cotillion Debutantes,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, April 7, 1996, D7.

Folder 99: Gates, Sally Q. “Columbus High class of '46 gets together,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, April 21, 1996, D2.

Folder 100: Gates, Sally Q. “Carrying a torch,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, April 28, 1996, D2.

Folder 101: Gates, Sally Q. “They lined up for Juniper Hoedown,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, May 5, 1996, D2.

Folder 102: Gates, Sally Q. “Hardaway combines fox hunt, field trial to test hounds,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, May 12, 1996, D2.

Folder 103: “Setting it Straight, Editor Error,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, May 14, 1996, A2.

Folder 104: Gates, Sally Q. “Center extends exhibit of quilts for the Olympics,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, May 16, 1996, D2.

Folder 105: Gates, Sally Q. “Print exhibit brings visitors to museum,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, May 19, 1996, D2.

Folder 106: Gates, Sally Q. “Amos honored for college archives upgrade,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, May 26, 1996, D2.

Folder 107: Gates, Sally Q. “Residents putting up goof front with 'Grand Entrance,'” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 2, 1996, D2.

Folder 108: Gates, Sally Q. “'Beautiful' Victory Drive in full bloom,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 9, 1996, D2.

Folder 109: Gates, Sally Q. “Reception for pianist,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 16, 1996, D2.

Folder 110: Gates, Sally Q. “Korean officer reunited with church hosts after 41 years,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 23, 1996, D2.

Folder 111: Gates, Sally Q. “Callaway's dream is alive in new book on the Gardens,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 7, 1996, D2.

Folder 112: Gates, Sally Q. “Columbus-born colonel gets Benning command,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 14, 1996, D2.

Folder 113: Gates, Sally Q. “Double grand entrance for Pounds,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 21, 1996, D2.

Folder 114: Gates, Sally Q. “Japanese visitors enjoy hospitality,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, July 28, 1996, D2.

Folder 115: Gates, Sally Q. “Pine Mountain golf pro pulls doves from Olympics,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, August 4, 1996, D13.

Folder 116: Gates, Sally Q. “Blast off!” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, August 18, 1996, D2.

 

Series 4 – Personal


Box 1

Folder 1: Mossy Creek Camp Meeting August 21st, 1938 Tribute to D. Turner Quillian

Folder 2: May 16 1943 Confidential Report to Mrs. D.T. Quillian Concerning Sally A. Quillian

Folder 3: Baby Card from Aunt Belle to Sally Ansley Quillian 1943

Folder 4: Summer 1956 Poem Written by Sally Quillian at Camp Rockbrook

Folder 5: “The Carrier Pigeon” 1956 Booklet of Poems from Camp Rockbrook

Folder 6: Hewlette L. Ansley Papers Concerning His Death and Estate, 1959

Folder 7: Sally Quillian Grades from St. Mary's Jr. College, Raleigh, N.C. 1959 and 1961

Folder 8: St. Mary's College Theme Paper, “At Home with Nature” March 14th, 1960

Folder 9: “The Belles” of St. Mary's Raleigh, N.C. Newsletter October 14, 1960

Folder 10: Certificate from St. Mary's Junior College May 29, 1961

Folder 11: “The Princess” Tennyson's Contribution to The Woman Question May 28, 1963 By Sally A. Quillian for eh457

Folder 12: “The Oxfords” Musical Combo and A Contract to Appear in Columbus Aug. 26 1963

Folder 13: Postcard from Shannon Giving Dates for Debutante Parties September 17, 1963

Folder 14: Invitation sent to Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Betts Concerning a Dance for Sally Quillian, Nov. 11, 1963

Folder 15: Will of Sally Ansley Quillian [Restricted], March 24, 1964

Folder 16: Note from Susan Jones to Sally, Oct. 21, 1964

Folder 17: Quips and Quotes Written By Sally Quillian for Auburn University Newspaper 1964

Folder 18: Student Grade Reports – Sally A. Quillian Auburn University Winter/Spring 1964

Folder 19: Commencement Exercise at Auburn University, March 17th 1965

Folder 20: Letter from Robert Gibson, Auburn University, April 6, 1965

Folder 21: Letter from Marcel Concerning an Article about Marcel, July 12, 1965

Folder 22: Income Tax Return for Sally Quillian 1965 [Restricted]

Folder 23: Letter from I. Phillips, Chamblee, GEORGIA. To Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, January 4, 1966

Folder 24: Letter from Pete, New York City

Folder 25: Sally Quillian Passport May 5th, 1966

Folder 26: Letter From Dong Kingman, Concerning Newspaper Articles about him, May 20, 1966

Folder 27: “The Adelphean” Summer 1966

Folder 28: Letter From Sally Askew, Augusta, GA, December 20, 1966

Folder 29: Letter To A Sixth Grade Class Of Mrs. Charles Smith, Rosemont School, Columbus, GA, May 2nd 1967

Folder 30: Sally Quillian Resume and Work History 1967

Folder 31: Certificate for Being Selected to Appear in the 1968 Edition of Outstanding Young Women of America

Folder 32: Income Tax Return for Sally Quillian 1968 [Restricted]

Folder 33: Invitation to the Saint Francis Hospital Auxiliary 13th Annual MARDI GRAS Ball February 23, 1971 at the Columbus Country Club

Folder 34: Letter from Sally Quillian to the Editor of the Atlanta Journal, april 3, 1971

Folder 35: Crossing the International Dateline Certificate, October 26th 1971

Folder 36: Art Everett Correspondence 1971-1972

Folder 37: Letter to William C. Durkee, President of RC COLA Concerning a Museum in Columbus, January 5, 1972

Folder 38: Letter from Wendell, Antiques 551, 5th Ave, NY to Sally Quillian, May 22, 1973

Folder 39: Letter from Peter Waterman in New Zealand, March 14, 1973

Folder 40: Letter from R.T. Michelin In Jamaica, West Indies, March 22, 1972

Folder 41: Letter from Columbus City Council to Sally Quillian Concerning her Appointment on the Board of Historical And Architectural Review, July 11, 1973

Folder 42: Story in Historic Columbus Newsletter, “A Little Girl's Walk”, March 1974

Folder 43: Letter from Florence Pottinger, Roswell Historical Society, Roswell, Georgia, Nov.21, 1974

Folder 44: Letter from Jabrari Sirous in Tehran, Iran, Jan. 18, 1975

Folder 45: Card from Jabrari Sirous in Tehran, Iran, March 30, 1975

Folder 46: Letter from Lily Grace Dozier, Cobb Landmarks Society, Marietta, Georgia, May 22, 1975

Folder 47: Peterson, Irene Letter to Sally Quillian July 29, 1975

Folder 48: Letters to Dr. Jackson Crowder From Sally Quillian, Nov. , 1975

Folder 49: Letters from Phinizy, Athens, GA, Nov. 7, 1975 - Oct. 18, 1976

Folder 50: “Sally to the Bar: For GMCS Brown Serving Drinks in Columbus, March 10, 1976

Folder 51: Letter from Sally Quillian to Jack Simms at Auburn University, May 2, 1976

Folder 52: Letters Concerning a Job to Paint the Columbus Travel Bureau, June 1976

Folder 53: An Invitation for the opening of Emmy's Restaurant, Columbus GA. , Dec. 20, 1976

Folder 54: Sally Quillian Income Tax Records for 1976-1977 [Restricted]

Folder 55: Letter from Brown Nicholson, Columbus, GA , Oct. 24, 1977

Folder 56: Letter to International Air Transport Informing Them About the Change of Ownership of the Columbus Travel Bureau From Eva Quillian To Sally Quillian, Dec. 14, 1977

Folder 57: Photo of Sally Quillian In “Travel Weekly” Magazine, March 30, 1978

Folder 58: Article in Beta Omega Newsletter Auburn University about Sally Quillian, May 1978

Folder 59: Letter to E.H. Ruffner from Sally Quillian Concerning a Museum Show, July 13, 1978

Folder 60: Letter from Josh C. Cox Jr. Trust Co. of Columbus, Sept. 12, 1978

Folder 61: Columbus Arts Council Newsletter September 14, 1978

Folder 62: Speech to Men's Breakfast Club January 1979

Folder 63: Sally A. Quillian Gates Personal - Various Bills [Restricted], 1980's

Folder 64: Letter from Grover – Mitchell Insurance Company about a Claim, March 4, 1980

Folder 65: Letter from Phinizy Spalding, Athens, GA., Nov. 26, 1980

Folder 66: Letter from Phinizy Concerning Historic Restoration, January 5, 1981

Folder 67: Article and Photo of Sally Quillian in “Travel Weekly”, Sept. 7, 1981

Folder 68: July - October, 1981 Calendar Listing Events and Appointments for Sally Quillian

Folder 69: Letter to Mr. J. Desmond, Slattery, NYC, Aug. 7, 1981

Folder 70: Letter from Brother Joseph Smith, Holy Trinity, Alabama, Nov. 28, 1981

Folder 71: Letter to Sally Gates Congratulating Her on her Marriage from Mason Ray, June 7, 1982

Folder 72: Letter From Sally Gates to Alan Rothschild, Columbus, GA. , Oct. 29, 1982

Folder 73: Letter From Art Averett, Associated Press, NYC, Dec. 7, 1982

Folder 74: Letters from Gloria Sampson, Interior Designer, Summer 1983

Folder 75: Postcard from Jim and Sally Gates to Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Reeves, Charleston, S.C., Sept. 29, 1983

Folder 76: List to invite for Nancy Grossman, Sept. 27, 1988

Folder 77: Blueprint and drawing for house additions, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Gates, March 8, 1985

Folder 78: A Letter to Butch Concerning a medical up-date and Rudolph Quillian, April 29, 1986

Folder 79: “The Rotarian” Magazine January 1987 Article about Women Belonging in Rotary

Folder 80: Letter to Willmon L. White Editor, “The Rotarian”, from Sally Gates, Feb. 1, 1987

Folder 81: Note from Grace Anderson, Eden Prairie, Minnesota, July 10, 1991

Folder 82: Columbus High School's 1991 30th Reunion 1961-1991 1 of 4

Folder 83: Columbus High School's 1991 30th Reunion 1961-1991 2 of 4

Folder 84: Columbus High School's 1991 30th Reunion 1961-1991 3 of 4

Folder 85: Columbus High School's 1991 30th Reunion 1961-1991 4 of 4

Folder 86: Letter to Betty and Aluas, Oct. 30, 1992

Folder 87: Letter from Sally Q. Gates to David Lawrence, Nov. 17, 1992

Folder 88: Letter from Dave Lawrence, Miami Herald, Miami, FL., Nov. 17, 1992

Folder 89: Resume for Work with Columbus Ledger – Enquirer, summer 1994

Folder 90: Letters between Billy Watson and Sally Gates, May-June 1994

Folder 91: St. Paul's Episcopal Church Newsletter, Dec. 1, 1994

Folder 92: Karen Zacharias Letters, 1995

Folder 93: Letter from Butch Concerning a book by Norris Perkins, Feb. 2, 1995

Folder 94: Letter from Ralph M, Hinman, March 5, 1995

Folder 95: Sally Gates Application for employment with Columbus Ledger, 1995

Folder 96: Letter to Same Jones Concerning a “Tag Line” for Columbus, GEORGIA, Aug. 21, 1995

Folder 97: Bills of Sally Gates [Restricted], Jan./June 1996

Folder 98: Columbus High School's 1996 35th Reunion 1961-1996

Folder 99: Program for “Requiem” at Columbus State University, March 13, 1997

Folder 100: Story in “The Gainesville Times” About John Quillian, Brother of Amzi Quillian, 1997

Folder 101: Letter from Sally Gates to Dan Palmer Concerning a Wynnton School Photo, Aug. 28, 1999

Folder 102: Ansley Newsletter Fall 2005/ Spring 2006

Folder 103: Alpha Delta PI Booklet Listing Local Alpha Delta PI's

Folder 104: Article in “Travel Age Southeast” About Sally Quillian

Folder 105: Certificate of Membership in the American Society of Travel Agents

Folder 106: Christmas card from Rod

Folder 107: CPR Training

Folder 108: Letter from Dorothy S. To Sally

Folder 109: Letter from Erie Sue Buck, Junior League of Columbus Admissions Chairman

Folder 110: Letter from Joan Concerning A Guest List For Sally Gates Coffee To Honor her Wedding

Folder 111: Miscellaneous Letters and Cards to Sally Quillian Gates


Box 2


Folder 1: Miscellaneous 1 of 3

Folder 2: Miscellaneous 2 of 3

Folder 3: Miscellaneous 3 of 3

Folder 4: Note from Fannie Concerning Mutual Friends [Restricted]

Folder 5: Passports for Evie and Sally Quillian 1950's, 60's and 70's

Folder 6: Program and tickets to see “South Pacific”

Folder 7: Eva A. Quillian

Folder 8: Photograph of Eloise Hope, Columbus, GA.

Folder 9: Quillian Sally Letter's about Father

Folder 10: Rock House, McDuffie Co. Georgia, Belonged to Ansley Families, Relatives of Sally Quillian-Gates

Folder 11: Gloria Steinem Information

Folder 12: Valentine Days of Yore by Sally Q. Gates

Folder 13: Williams Construction Company/ James Gates

Folder 14: 1950's Letters to Mrs. T.H. Mawson from Sally Quillian

Folder 15: 1960-1963 Letters to Mrs. T.H. Mawson from Sally Quillian

Folder 16: 1964-1969 Letters to Mrs. T.H. Mawson from Sally Quillian

Folder 17: 1970-1975 Letters to Mrs. T.H. Mawson from Sally Quillian

Folder 18: 1976-1979 Letters to Mrs. T.H. Mawson from Sally Quillian

Folder 19: 1980's and 1990's Letters to Mrs. T.H. Mawson from Sally Gates

 

Series 5 - Columbus History, Culture and People Vertical Files


Box 1


Folder 1: Act to Sell Land in Commons of Columbus, 1873

Folder 2: “Back to the City,” A Guide to Urban Preservation, New York, September 13-16, 1974

Folder 3: Big Eddy Club

Folder 4: Bradley Industrial Park

Folder 5: Of the Bullard-Hart House by G. Christensen Drawing

Folder 6: Chamber of Commerce

Folder 7: Chattahoochee Trail Map

Folder 8: Columbus Action Committee

Folder 9A: Callaway Gardens / Callaway Family

Folder 9B: Chappell, Loretto

Folder 9C: Christie, Allison, Waldegrave, 1936-2005

Folder 10: Columbus Chamber of Commerce

Folder 11: Clean and Green Program 1 of 2 Started 1978

Folder 12: Clean and Green Program 2 of 2

Folder 13A: Columbus, Georgia “Urban Design in an Historical Setting”

Folder 13B: Columbus Heritage Tour

Folder 14A: Columbus Iron Works

Folder 14B: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer Handbook for Employers

Folder 15A: Columbus Museum

Folder 15B: Columbus Riverfront Committee and Development

Folder 16: The Columbus Stockade (1 of 2)

Folder 17: The Columbus Stockade( 2 of 2)

Folder 18: “Columbus Stockade Blues” Song by Darby and Tarlton

Folder 19: “Columbus Stockade Blues” Song by Darby and Tarlton

Folder 20A: Columbus Symphony Orchestra

Folder 20B: Confederate Naval Museum

Folder 21: Downtown Columbus Business Association

Folder 22: The Folly - The Octagon House, 521 1st Ave.

Folder 23: Postcard of 14th St. Bridge, Columbus, GA, Painted by Sammy Johnson

Folder 24: James E. Gates

Folder 25: Georgia Heritage Trust Program

Folder 26: Georgia Historical Commission Sites

Folder 27: “Georgia Historical Review” Volume I #16 1980 Featuring Columbus Area

Folder 28A: Georgia Trust Ramble

Folder 28B: Ginkgo Tree

Folder 29: Godwin Sculpture

Folder 30: “Grassroots South” May/June 1978 Article on Columbus

Folder 31: Green Island Ladies Golf Association

Folder 32A: Green Island Club

Folder 32B: Harris Co. GEORGIA Homes and Historic Sites

Folder 33: Hilton Hotel

Folder 34: Historic Columbus Foundation


Box 2


Folder 1: Historic Columbus Foundation Newsletters July 1971 - Jan. 1981

Folder 2: Historic Columbus Foundation's New England Tour Oct. 4-10, 1972

Folder 3: Historic District and Landscape Site Map

Folder 4: Historic District Preservation

Folder 5: Historic District Preservation

Folder 6: Historic District Preservation

Folder 7: Historic District Preservation Society

Folder 8: Historic District Preservation Society Newsletter 1976-1978

Folder 9: Historic Preservation - Assessment of the Historic Industries at the Falls of the Chattahoochee by Eric Delony

Folder 10: Historic Preservation Handbook 1974, a Guide for Volunteers

Folder 11: Historic Preservation in Columbus, Georgia, John Lupold 1964-1978

Folder 12: Historic Preservation Magazine Sept/Oct. 1981

Folder 13: Historic Preservation - National Trust

Folder 14: Historic Preservation Newspaper Articles 1970's-1990's

Folder 15: Historic Preservation Plan - Savannah, GEORGIA

Folder 16: Historic Tours in Columbus and Phenix City, GA.

Folder 17: Huston, Tom Obit from Columbus Enquirer July 21, 1972

Folder 18: Junior League of Columbus

Folder 19: Kinfolk's Corner from Columbus Enquirer Aug. 27, 1981

Folder 20: Kingman, Dong. New York Artist

Folder 21: “League Life” Magazine of the Junior League, Dec. 1982, Oct. 1989 – Dec. 1989 and March 1990

Folder 22: “Lullwater Letter,” Lullwater Homeowner's Association, Dec. 1991

Folder 23: Maps of the U.S. And The World

Folder 24: Matthews, Sue 1902-2000

Folder 25: McCullers, Carson

Folder 26: National Infantry Museum

Folder 27: National Register of Historic Places Columbus Georgia

Folder 28: Neighborhood Analysis - Greater Downtown Columbus Area, Columbus, GA. 1979

Folder 29: Tax Maps and Zoning Atlas, 1978

Folder 30A: Nordhausen, A. Henry, Columbus Artist

Folder 31: Original City “Committee”

Folder 32: Overlook Neighborhood Directory 1993

Folder 33: Paint Columbus

Folder 34: Pamphlet Entitled “America, Discover Columbus, Georgia

Folder 35: Pasaquan

Folder 36A: Passailaique, Jack M. Columbus Artist 1906-1995

Folder 37: Pilot Club

Folder 38: Pound, Barbara Ann Golden Columbus Artist 1925-2003


Box 3


Folder 1: Rankin Square (Dated Material)

Folder 2: Rankin Square (Undated Material)

Folder 3: Rankin Square - Maps

Folder 4: “Reminiscences of Early Columbus,” by John Lamar May/June 1982

Folder 5: Renovate an Old House,” Bulletin, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, March 1976

Folder 6: Salisbury Fair, 1974-1978

Folder 7: Schomburg, Fred H. Sr. 1881-1972

Folder 8: 701 First Ave. Floor Plan, WRBL Historic House Restoration Promotion

Folder 9: “Sight-see'er Magazine,” A Newcomer's Guide to Columbus, Georgia 1977-1978

Folder 10: Springer Opera House

Folder 11: St. Thomas Episcopal Church

Folder 12: Swift-Kyle House

Folder 13: Taylor, Wyndell Columbus Artist

Folder 14: Tea Olive Garden Club

Folder 15: “The Van House Speaks Again,” By Tim Howard and Lela Latch Lloyd

Folder 16: Trinity Episcopal Church, Directory, 1994

Folder 17: 22 West 5th Street Demolition, Letters Between Glen Hatfield and F.C. Reich III, Apr. and May 1976

Folder 18: Uptown Eighty-Three, July 1983

Folder 19: Urban Design Action Plan for Columbus, Georgia by Arthur Cotton Moore and Association, 1975

Folder 20: Watson, Latimer

Folder 21: Williams Construction Co. (Catalogued in the Archives General Book Collection)

Folder 22: Winn, William W.

Folder 23: Wynnton School

Folder 24: Tea Olive Garden Club, 1935-1945

Folder 25: Sally Quillian Interview with Virginia Ridenhour

Folder 26: The Junto : Booklet

 

Series 6- Columbus Travel Bureau


Box 1



Folder 1: Columbus Travel Bureau - Advertising Stamps and Ads

Folder 2: Columbus Travel Bureau - Air Traffic Conference of America

Folder 3: Columbus Travel Bureau - American Express “Great Performers” Award 1983

Folder 4: Columbus Travel Bureau - American Society of Travel Agents

Folder 5: Columbus Travel Bureau - ASTA Accounting System

Folder 6: Columbus Travel Bureau - ASTA Stationary

Folder 7: Columbus Travel Bureau - Atlanta Journal Advertising Rates October 1, 1953

Folder 8: Columbus Travel Bureau - Atlanta Journal 4th Annual Travel Guide May 10, 1953

Folder 9: Columbus Travel Bureau - Atlanta Magazine May 1996

Folder 10: Columbus Travel Bureau - Bay Club Hotel, Aventura, Florida

Folder 11: Columbus Travel Bureau - Certificate of Appointment - Passengers, Pan-am 1952

Folder 12: Columbus Travel Bureau - Certifications 1950-1965

Folder 13: Columbus Travel Bureau - Certifications 1966-1967

Folder 14: Columbus Travel Bureau - Certifications 1968-1973

Folder 15: Columbus Travel Bureau - Chase, Roger Article in “Travel Weekly” Nov. 10th, 1970

Folder 16: Columbus Travel Bureau - Coastal Georgia Activities Book 1979

Folder 17: Columbus Travel Bureau - Columbus Airport

Folder 18: Columbus Travel Bureau - “Columbus Travel Bureau” Newsletter Special Business Edition

Folder 19: Columbus Travel Bureau - Downtown Breakfast Group

Folder 20: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1965

Folder 21: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1967

Folder 22: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1974

Folder 23: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1975

Folder 24: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1977

Folder 25: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1978

Folder 26: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1979

Folder 27: Columbus Travel Bureau - Certificate for Sally Quillian From the American Society for Personnel Administration, Feb. 27, 1980

Folder 28: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1980

Folder 29: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1981

Folder 30: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1982

Folder 31: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1983

Folder 32: Columbus Travel Bureau - Financial Information 1984

Folder 33: Columbus Travel Bureau - Health Topics

Folder 34: Columbus Travel Bureau - History and Background

Folder 35: Columbus Travel Bureau - Holt, Joann use of trade names registered by Columbus Travel Bureau

Folder 36: Columbus Travel Bureau – ICTA Series Evaluation, Atlanta Jan 27-29 1978 – Sally Quillian's Evaluation of “The Computer Management”

Folder 37: Columbus Travel Bureau – Income tax 1966 [Restricted]

Folder 38: Columbus Travel Bureau – Injury Reports for 1981

Folder 39: Columbus Travel Bureau – “Knight – Ridder News” Magazine Winter 1994

Folder 40: Columbus Travel Bureau – “Latitude 20” Magazine May/June 1976

Folder 41: Columbus Travel Bureau – Life Insurance for Sally Gates

Folder 42: Columbus Travel Bureau – Liquidation and Reincorporation 1979

Folder 43: Columbus Travel Bureau – Management Policies and Testing Folder 1 of 2

Folder 44: Columbus Travel Bureau – Management Policies and Testing Folder 2 of 2

Folder 45: Columbus Travel Bureau – Marshall, Helen Travel Bureau 1946

Folder 46: Columbus Travel Bureau – Marketing

Folder 47: Columbus Travel Bureau - Mason, Ray Letter to Sally Quillian March 6, 1981

Folder 48: Columbus Travel Bureau – Paper (blank)

Folder 49: Columbus Travel Bureau – Photograph of Ship

Folder 50: Columbus Travel Bureau – Photographs of 303 12th St.

Folder 51: Columbus Travel Bureau – Promotions 1980-1983

Folder 52: Columbus Travel Bureau – Sale of 1,908 Shares of Stock and Change of Ownership 1983

Folder 53: Columbus Travel Bureau –Save Montreal Program


Box 2


Folder 1: Miscellaneous items -Concorde Related Items + First Jet Flight across the Pacific Anniversary, 1959

Folder 2: Columbus Travel Bureau – SE ASTA News July 1981

Folder 3: Columbus Travel Bureau – SE ASTA News September 1981

Folder 4: Columbus Travel Bureau – SE ASTA News January 1982

Folder 5: Columbus Travel Bureau – SE ASTA News May 1982

Folder 6: Columbus Travel Bureau – SE ASTA News August 1982

Folder 7: Columbus Travel Bureau – SE ASTA News January 1983

Folder 8: Columbus Travel Bureau – SE ASTA News March 1983

Folder 9: Columbus Travel Bureau – SE ASTA News May 1983

Folder 10: Columbus Travel Bureau – SE ASTA News July 1983

Folder 11: Columbus Travel Bureau – SE ASTA News September 1983

Folder 12: Columbus Travel Bureau – Small Business Award 1981

Folder 13: Columbus Travel Bureau – Russian Tour 1968

Folder 14: Columbus Travel Bureau – “The Benning Herald” December 1952

Folder 15: Columbus Travel Bureau – Tourism Industry Alliance

Folder 16: Columbus Travel Bureau – “Travel Agent” Magazine July 26, 1982

Folder 17: Columbus Travel Bureau – “Travel Agent” Magazine January 17, 1983

Folder 18: Columbus Travel Bureau – “Travelage Southeast” March 14, 1983

Folder 19: Columbus Travel Bureau – “Travelage Southeast” March 28, 1983

Folder 20: Columbus Travel Bureau – “Traveler's Guide to Georgia's Colonial Coast” Winter 1980-1981

Folder 21: Columbus Travel Bureau – Trips and Tours

Folder 22: Columbus Travel Bureau – Trips and Tours

Folder 23: Columbus Travel Bureau – 25th Anniversary Celebration for the Institute of Certified Travel Agents 1989

Folder 24: Columbus Travel Bureau – Typing Paper


Box 3


Folder 1: Certificate of Graduation from ASTA Accounting Workshop April 3, For Sally Quillian, 1977

Folder 2: Certificate of Graduation from ASTA Advanced Accounting Workshop for Sally Quillian, March 16, 1980

Folder 3: Certificate of Graduation from ASTA Marketing Workshop for Sally Quillian, April 27, 1980

Folder 4: Certificate of Graduation from ASTA School at Sea for Sally Quillian, August 30 – September 6, 1980

Folder 5: Travel Industry Business Management

Folder 6: Student Workbook Travel Career Development

Folder 7: Travel Career Development 4th Edition

Folder 8: Travel Career Development

Folder 9: Tourism for the Travel Agent

Folder 10: The Ideal Travel Agency

Folder 11: Sales Management for Travel Agents

Folder 12: Personal Management in the Travel Industry

Folder 13: ICTA: Marketing for Travel Agents

Folder 14: ICTA Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 Winter 1979

Folder 15: ICTA Journal Vol. 3 No. 1 Summer 1981

Folder 16: ICTA Journal Vol. 4 No. 1 Summer 1982

Folder 17: ICTA Journal Vol. 4 No. 2 Winter 1983

Folder 18: ICTA Journal Vol. 6 No.1 1985

Folder 19: Domestic and International Tourism

Folder 20: Business Management for Travel Agents

 

Series 7- Senator Phil Gramm and the 1996 Presidential Race


Box 1



Folder 1: Wynnton Speech Gramm Master VHS

Folder 2: Wynnton May 8th, 1993 Gramm Speech VHS

Folder 3: Phil Gramm - 1956 CHS - Jordan Football Parade

Folder 4: Phil Gramm - “Georgia Business” Spring 1994

Folder 5: Phil Gramm - “National Enquirer” January 24, 1995

Folder 6: Phil Gramm - Article in the “Houston Post” February 19, 1995

Folder 7: Phil Gramm - Article in “The New York Times” Magazine February 19, 1995

Folder 8: Phil Gramm - Ledger Enquirer Article February 19, 1995

Folder 9: Phil Gramm - “U.S. News” February 27, 1995

Folder 10: Phil Gramm - Letters between Al Wade and Phil Gramm February 1995

Folder 11: Phil Gramm - Campaign 1996 for President – Announcement at Wynnton School – Photographs, Feb. 1995

Folder 12: Phil Gramm - Letter from Daniel Amos to Sally Gates March 6, 1995

Folder 13: Phil Gramm - Newspaper Article about Phil Gramm in the Dallas Morning News March 20, 1995

Folder 14: Phil Gramm - “The Atlantic Monthly” March 1995

Folder 15: Phil Gramm - “Vanity Fair” May 1995

Folder 16: Phil Gramm - Magazine “Mother Jones” August 1995

Folder 17: Phil Gramm - Newspaper Articles about Phil Gramm 1995

Folder 18: Phil Gramm - Newspaper articles about Senator Phil Gramm 1995

Folder 19: Phil Gramm - Ledger Enquirer Articles from 1995

Folder 20: Phil Gramm - Inquirer Magazine Phil Gramm Campaign, January 7, 1996

Folder 21: Phil Gramm - Campaign Literature from Presidential Campaign 1996

Folder 22: Phil Gramm - Campaign Literature from Presidential Campaign 1996

Folder 23: P.G. Letter from Sally Gates to Steven L. Goldstein, April 28, 1996

Folder 24: Phil Gramm - Letters to Sally Gates from “Gramm for President” 1996

Folder 25: Phil Gramm - Campaign Literature from Presidential Campaign 1996

Folder 26: Phil Gramm - Contribution form from Phil Gramm's 1996 Campaign for President 1996

Folder 27: Phil Gramm - Letter from Senator Phil Gramm to Sally Quillian Gates July 24, 2001 – Senator Gramm Visited the Grave of Amzi R. Quillian (with Photographs)

Folder 28: Phil Gramm - Letter to Phil Gramm from Sally Q. Gates August 2001

Folder 29: Phil Gramm - Ledger Enquirer Article September 7, 2001

Folder 30: Phil Gramm - “Washington Post” Article “Gramm Won't Run for Re-election” September 5, 2001

Folder 31: Phil Gramm - “First Light” Published through Coca-Cola Space Science Center Fall 2001

Folder 32: Phil Gramm - Ledger Enquirer Article Concerning the Death of Florence Gramm March 19, 2005

Folder 33: Phil Gramm - Article from “Georgia Alumni Record” Entitled “Phil Gramm the Third Senator from Georgia”

Folder 34: Phil Gramm - Chili Recipe

Folder 35: Phil Gramm - Photograph of Phil Gramm as a Youngster

Folder 36: Phil Gramm - Photograph of Sally Q. Gates and Phil Gramm

 

Series 8- Miscellaneous


Box 1



Folder 1: Purple Heart Certificate for Amzi R. Quillian October 26, 1944

Folder 2 : Certificate of Grateful Memory to Amzi Quillian for his service in WW II

Folder 3: Quillian Family Tree Chart

Folder 4: Cross of Military Service from the United Daughters of the Confederacy Awarded to Amzi Quillian June 10, 1948

Folder 5: Embroidered Mitten Given to Eva Quillian from Carol Quillian October 26, 1997

Folder 6: The Silver Star Award for Amzi R. Quillian for Gallantry in Action on July 12, 1943 and Awarded August 28, 1957

Folder 7: Bible Belonging to Amzi Rudolph Quillian

Folder 8: Wedding Announcement for Evie Mae Ansley and Lieutenant Amzi Rudolph Quillian on June 15, 1940 “Framed”

Folder 9: Notebook of Amzi Quillian Listing Daily Events from December 1942 until May 7, 1949

Folder 10: Breckenridge, William E. The Polyphase Slide Rule, New York: Keuffel and Esser Co. 1925

Folder 11: Official Register of the Officers and Cadets U.S. Military Academy for the Academic Year ending June 30, 1935. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 12: Official Register of the Officers and Cadets U.S. Military Academy for the Academic Year ending June 30, 1937. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 13: Tarr and McMurry. World Geographies. New York: The Macmillian Co. 1919

Folder 14: Official Register of the Officers and Cadets U.S. Military Academy for the Academic Year ending June 30, 1936. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 15: Annual Reports of the War Department for the year ended June 30, 1908

Folder 16: Framed Photo of Amzi Rudolph Quillian

Folder 17: 25th Reunion Book for the U.S. Military Academy Class of 1937

Folder 18: Brandeis, Madeline. Carmen of the Golden Coast. New York: Grosset & Dunlap. 1935.

Folder 19: 1937-1987 Yearbook

Folder 20: The Pointer June 5, 1936

Folder 21: Life Magazine November 30, 1936

Folder 22: Life Magazine July 7, 1941

Folder 23: Life Magazine November 3, 1941

Folder 24: Life Magazine December 8, 1941

Folder 25: Life Magazine October 19, 1942

Folder 26: Life Magazine August 14, 1944

Folder 27: Life Magazine July 22, 1944

Folder 28: Life Magazine August 7, 1944

Folder 29: Life Magazine September 25, 1944

Folder 30: Life Magazine April 23, 1971, Included Story and Pictures of Lt. William Calley

Folder 31: Assembly Magazine Spring 1970

Folder 32: United States at War Magazine 1943

Folder 33: Yank Magazine June 30, 1944


Box 2


Folder 1: VHS Tape - Sally Gates Visit to Henry Nordhausen Studio - Prior to Alvarez Tape

Folder 2: VHS Tape - Alvarez Tape 28 Minutes

Folder 3: Georgia On My Mind. Magazine, 1989

Folder 4: Outdoors In Georgia. January 1973

Folder 5: The Junior League of Columbus. A Red Stocking Review… Glory Be! No Publisher and No Date

Folder 6: Coming Events in Britain. April 1953

Folder 7: The Toastmaster, Special Issue: Winning Audiences with Humor November 1980 Vol. 46. No. 11.

Folder 8: 1994, Class of 1894 Centennial Edition Register of Graduates and Former Cadets United States Military Academy, West Point, New York.. New York: Association of Graduates, United States Military Academy. 1994.

Folder 9: Past Horizons Tuscaloosa Co. Preservation Society. Alabama: Tuscaloosa Federal Savings & Loan Association. 1978.

Folder 10: Houston, Donald E. Hell on Wheels: The 2D Armored Division. California: Presidio Press. 1977

Folder 11: Blaker, Gordon A. Iron Knights: The United States 66th Armored Regiment. Pennsylvania: Beidel Printing House In. 1999

Folder 12: Woodward, Bob. The Choice. New York: Simon & Schuster. 1996.

Folder 13: Sciarrino, A.J. Officer Candidate School. Kentucky: The Gallaher Group. 1992.

Folder 14: Proctor Scruggs, Carroll; Georgia during the Revolution Bicentennial Edition. Bay Tree Grove, Norcross. 1975.

Folder 15: Whiting, Charles. Patton. New York: Ballantine Books Inc. 1970.

Folder 16: Address Book of Professional and Executive Women

Folder 17: Georgia Historical Society. The Georgia Historical Quarterly. Georgia: University of Georgia Athens. Vol. 59. No.3 Fall, 1975.

Folder 18: Brown's Guide to Georgia Vol. 6, No.4. July/August 1978.

Folder 19: Georgia State of Adventure Historic Homes. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 20: Calendar, Celebrating the Centennial of the W.C. Bradley Co., 1988

Folder 21: Lacy, Clay and Tom Sellers. The Gallant City An Historical Drama With Music Commemorating: “The Last Land Battle Of the Civil War” Fought for the Possession of Columbus, Georgia On Easter Sunday, April 16, 1865. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 22: Edwards, Harry S. Eneas Africanus. Georgia: Eneas Africanus Press. 1920.

Folder 23: Perkins, Norris H. and Michael E. Rogers. Roll Again Georgian Second Armored Prelude to Fame 1940-1943. England: Kristall Productions. 1988


Box 3


Books

Folder 1: Folder of Cards

Folder 2: Name cards

Folder 3: Steel, William O. Henry Woodward of Carolina” Surgeon, Trader, Indian Chief”. South Carolina: Sandlapepper Press, 1972.

Folder 4: Harris, Walter A.” Here the Creeks sat down”. Georgia: The J.W. Burke Company, 1958.

Folder 5: Perkins Wilma Lord.” The Fannie Farmer Cookbook”. 1968.

Folder 6: Spano, Sara, Sara's Recipes:” Through the Years”. Georgia: The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer Newspaper. 1985.

Folder 7: Smith, Louise T.,” Wonderful Weekends”: A cookbook of menus and their recipes designed for easy, elegant entertaining. Georgia: Quill Publications. 2005

Folder 8: Mickler, Ernest M.,” White Trash Cooking”. California: Ten Speed Press. 1986

Folder 9: Thrash, Agatha M., “Blessed Art Thou, O Land When…Thy Princes Eat…For Strength, and Not For Drunkenness!” Ecclesiastes 10:17. Tennessee: Felts Brothers' Printing Company. 1979.

Folder 10: The Springer Opera House Guild. Curtain Calls: A Collection of Recipes and Historical notes. Tennessee: Fundco Printers. No Date.

Folder 11: The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia. “A Southern Collection of Tested Recipes”. Georgia: Columbus Productions. 1979.

Folder 12: The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia. The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia, Inc. 1982-1983. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 13:” Victorian Tea Room”: Favorite Recipes. Georgia: Victorian Tea Room. 1991.

Folder 14: The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia. The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia, Inc. 1983-1984. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 15: The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia. The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia, Inc. 1984-1985. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 16: The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia. Fifty Years of Community Service: The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia, Inc. 1936-1986. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 17: The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia. Fifty Years of Community Service: The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia, Inc. 1986-1987. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 18: The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia. The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia, Inc. 1988-1989. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 19: The Junior League of Columbus, Georgia. Columbus Junior League Cookbook. Georgia: 1957. 3 Copies Available

Folder 20: Georgia State Chapter, P.E.O. Easy Entertaining Vol. II. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 21: Gas Light Company of Columbus. Holiday Treats. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 22: Columbus Bank and Trust Company. A Celebration of Great Taste. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 23: Georgia Historic Homes and Sites Cookbook. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 24” Holiday Treats”. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 25: Mary Beth's Sampler: A Georgia Cookbook. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 26: Georgia Historical Society. Historic Preservation in Georgia:” The Georgia Historical –Quarterly”. Georgia: University of Georgia Athens. 1979.

Folder 27: American Family Life Assurance Company. American Family Life Assurance Company's:” Non-Diet Cookbook”. Georgia: American Family Life Assurance Company. 1975.

Folder 28: The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Georgia. “Georgia Heritage”: Treasured Recipes. Tennessee: Wimmer Brothers Fine Printing & Lithography. 1979.

Folder 29: St. Francis Hospital Auxiliary. Saint Francis Hospital Auxiliary Yearbook and Handbook for Volunteers. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 30: Newcomers Club of Columbus, Georgia. Newcomers Club. No Publisher and No Date.

Folder 31: Industrial Index. June 30, 1937.


Series 9 - Cadet Uniform and Items


Box 1


Folder 1: Framed Graduation Invitation for Mr. Amzi Rudolph Quillian from the United States Military Academy

Folder 2: Photocopy of the 66th Infantry 1940 at Fort Benning, Georgia

Folder 3: A letter from Sally to a Mr. Campbell, and Letters from Mr. Campbell to Sally

Folder 4: Wool Cadet Uniform

Folder 5: Belt Buckle

Folder 6: Memorandum pad

Folder 7: Box of cuff links

Folder 8: A Belt

Folder 9: A Certificate Appointing Amzi Rudolph Quillian 2nd Lieutenant of Infantry

Folder 10: 2 Buttons

Folder 11: Amzi Rudolph Quillian Name Card


Series 10: Photographs


Box 1


Folder 1: Photographs of Amzi Rudolph Quillian, 1933-1943

Folder 2: Photographs of Amzi Rudolph Quillian and Eva Rudolph Quillian

Folder 3: Photographs of Sally A. Quillian-Gates

Folder 4: Photographs of Sally A. Quillian-Gates

Folder 5: Eva Quillian Photographs – Quillian –Ansley-Gates Collection

Folder 6: Eva Quillian Photographs

Folder 7: Photographs – Negatives

Folder 8: Photographs 1993

Folder 9: Photographs 1994

Folder 10: Photographs 1994

Folder 11: Photographs 1994

Folder 12: Photographs 1994

Folder 13: Photographs 1994

Folder 14: Photographs 1995

Folder 15: Photographs 1995

Folder 16: Photographs 1995

Folder 17: Photographs 1995

Folder 18: Photographs 1995

Folder 19: Photographs 1995

Folder 20: Photographs 1995

Folder 21: Photographs 1995


Box 2


Folder 1: Photographs 1996

Folder 2: Photographs 1996

Folder 3: Photographs 1996

Folder 4: Photographs 1996

Folder 5: Photographs 1996

Folder 6: Photographs 1996

Folder 7: Various Photographs

Folder 8: Various Photographs

Folder 9: Various Photographs

Folder 10: Jim Gates Photographs

Folder 11: Negatives

Folder 12: Slides

Folder 13: Photographs – The Cuban Revolution (2), 1959 – Sky diver, n.d. – Martin Luther King, Jr., n.d. – Civil Right Meeting, n.d.