|Creator:||Abney, Annie Beth Mobley|
|Title:||Beth Mobley Abney papers|
|Quantity:||12.0 Linear feet (21 document boxes, 2 oversized boxes)|
Annie Beth Mobley Abney graduated from the University of Georgia with an A.B.J. in journalism in 1956 and a masters' degree in history in 1957. She married George Morris Abney, a University of Georgia professor, in 1959. Mrs. Abney was a writer of note whose articles appeared in a number of state and national magazines. She was once president of the Athens Historical Quarterly. Abney was active for many years in the civic, religious, and cultural life of Athens, Georgia, and, as a result, she was named Woman of the Year for Volunteer Public Service by the Athens Business and Professional Women's Club in 1977.
The collection consists of columns, clippings, photos, recipes, scrapbooks, postcards, artifacts, and writings by Annie Beth Mobley Abney.
Arranged alphabetically and by record type.
Related collections held by the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies: Annie Beth Abney collection of Nathaniel E. Harris research files.
Beth Mobley Abney papers. MS 3276. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.