Lewis, Ann E., 1903-
|Title: ||Ann E. Lewis papers|
27.4 Linear feet
(1 carton, 38 document boxes, 1 slide box, 1 card file box, 3 XL oversized boxes, 1 oversized box, 1 half box, 2 cartons)
|Coll. Number: ||ms2879|
Ann Eliza Hatton Lewis (1903-2009) was an author, publisher, and educator. She is most notable for being the founder of Georgia Magazine. She lived for most of her adult life in Decatur and Atlanta, GA, first as an English teacher at Decatur High School and later as an administrative assistant at Georgia Tech.
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of the papers of Ann E. Lewis from 1924-1990. The papers include correspondence, business papers, photographs, articles, scrapbooks, and newspapers all relating to her extensive career. The papers document her career as editor of the GEORGIA MAGAZINE (1957-1971) and GEORGIA LIFE (1974-1980) and her involvement in the Atlanta Branch of National League of American Pen Women, Atlanta Writer's Club, and other civic and historical organizations. Correspondents include Jannelle Jones McRee, Frances Greene, John Kollock, Peggy Sheppard, Eva Mae Reece, Adelle Harper, Nelson Shipp, Frances W. Reid and Georgia Governors Ernest Vandiver, Carl Sanders and Joe Frank Harris.
This collection has not yet been processed. It has been roughly sorted by container and a container list made available to facilitate access until full processing is possible.
Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.
Ann E. Lewis papers, MS 2879.Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.