Athens Area Retired Teachers Association scrapbooks

Athens Area Retired Teachers Association scrapbooks

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Athens Area Retired Teachers Association (Athens, Ga.).
Title: Athens Area Retired Teachers Association scrapbooks
Dates: 1979-1981
Quantity: 1.0 Linear feet (2 items in 1 carton)
Abstract:The collection consists of scrapbooks kept by the Athens Area Retired Teachers Association containing photographs, clippings, art work and various other papers relating to the organization. Scrapbooks also contain photographs and descriptions of historic places around Athens, GA.
Coll. Number: ms2200

Index Terms

Athens Area Retired Teachers Association (Athens, Ga.). -- History-Sources
Athens Area Retired Teachers Association (Athens, Ga.). -- Photographs
Athens Area Retired Teachers Association (Athens, Ga.). -- Records and correspondence
Clippings (information artifacts)
Photographs.
Records (documents)
Retired teachers--Georgia--Athens.
Retired teachers--Societies, etc.--Georgia--Athens.
Scrapbooks.
Works of art.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Athens Area Retired Teachers Association scrapbooks, MS 2200. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
BoxVolume
11Athens Area Retired Teachers in Action, 1979-1980
Photographs include Athens Area Retired Teachers Association members, the Church-Waddel-Brumby House, Athens, Georgia City Council members, the Double barrel cannon (Athens, Ga.), the Tree that Owns Itself (Athens, Ga.), Lauren Coile, Thomas H. Milner, Jr., M.B. and Maude Morton, and Rodney D. Spring.
 
Athens Area Retired Teachers' Scrapbook, 1981
Photographs include the First A.M.E Church (Athens, Ga.), members of the Athens Area Retired Teachers Association, the double barrel cannon (Athens, Ga.), the Thomas Street Fire Station (Athens, Ga.), the Morton Building (Athens, Ga.), the Phi Gamma Delta House (Athens, Ga.), the Taylor-Grady House (Athens, Ga.), the Tree that Owns Itself (Athens, Ga.), the Stephen Upson House (Athens, Ga.), Doug Barnard, Jimmy Carter, the University of Georgia's president's house, Rex Robinson, Hoarce Tate with a group of retried Georgia teachers, Michael Thurmond, Herschel Walker, and Soctt Woerner.