Atlanta Constitution subscription promotion materials

Atlanta Constitution subscription promotion materials

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Title: Atlanta Constitution subscription promotion materials
Dates: circa 1930
Quantity: 0.1 Linear feet (1 portfolio)
Coll. Number: ms3362

Biographical/Historical Note

"Few cities in America have a daily newspaper that has published continuously for more than 100 years. Until recently, Atlanta had two --the Atlanta Constitution, first published on June 16, 1868, and the Atlanta Journal, which debuted on February 24, 1883. The longtime rivals, which had been under common ownership since March 1950, merged on November 5, 2001, and are currently published daily under a joint masthead." -- "Atlanta Journal-Constitution." New Georgia Encyclopedia. (Retrieved January 20, 2010)

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of subscription promotion materials from the Atlanta Constitution, including a letter, flyers, and a subscription form.


Arranged by record type.

Index Terms

American newspapers--Circulation
Atlanta constitution.
Newspapers--Georgia--Atlanta--Records and correspondence.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Atlanta Constitution subscription promotion materials. MS 3362. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

11 The Weekly Constitution's Clubbing List
12 The Weekly Constitution
13Letter asking readers to subscribe to The Atlanta Constitution
14Subscription for the Daily and Sunday Constitution
15A paper asking for members to join a club for the Daily and Sunday Constitution
16A special letter from The Atlanta Constitution to a former subscriber
17The Year's Greatest RFD subscription offer (The Atlanta Constitution)
18 Right Now!
19A message to a former subscriber from The Atlanta Constitution
110Two The Atlanta Constitution envelopes
111Envelopes of The Atlanta Journal