Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
The African Americans in Transportation Oral History Project consists of 7 oral history interviews, 11 photographs, and a scrapbook.
The records of the Altrusa International, Atlanta Club, 1938-2001, describe through administrative papers, correspondence, scrapbooks, articles and photographs how the women's service organization provided community service within District III and with Altrusa clubs internationally as a whole.
Longtime Atlanta resident and philanthropist Ernest Welch was also an avid amateur photographer who travelled the world. Having served as an intelligence officer during World War II and after retiring from Sonoco Products, went back to school at Georgia State University to study photography. The Ernest G. Welch collection consists of photographic prints, slides, snapshots, negatives, personal correspondence and a scrapbook, mementos, videotapes, and notebooks.
Frank Sgambato (1900-2002) was an organizer and officer in the United Textile Workers of America (UTWA) and a Rhode Island state senator. His scrapbooks, 1936-1952, document with newspaper clippings his work for the TWUA and American Federation of Labor as well as his early political career.
The Georgia Association for Women Lawyers (GAWL) is a nonprofit corporation serving to support the diverse interests and needs of women lawyers in Georgia. The collection consists of administrative files, programs, scrapbooks, and audiovisual materials ranging from 1916-2016.
Laura J. Moriarty has been very active in community and civic affairs for several years. Her collection, circa 1978-1994 consists of materials relating to her involvement with various organizations, including the Abigails, the Democratic Party, the League of Women Voters, the Atlanta Regional Commission, the National Issues Forum and the National Commission on Social Security.
M.H. Mitchell, Inc. Collection of Southern Structure consists of books, sheet music, maps, artifacts, photographs, business cards, advertisements, flyers, neighborhood zoning materials, scrapbooks, and other manuscript materials detailing the history of Atlanta, Georgia and specifically the Grant Park neighborhood.
The Reverend P.J. Jones scrapbook, 1907-1909, contains correspondence, certificates, and financial documents which relate to Jones' brief association with the International Laborers' Union (Dayton, Ohio). Largely containing form letters from the union, the scrapbook traces the existence of lodge number 84 (Rome, Georgia) from its formation in 1907.
This collections contains scrapbooks (1979-2006) that include photographs, news clippings, articles, invitations, announcements, and other materials related to the Hapeville, GA, Ford Assembly Plant and its workers, including members of the United Auto Workers Local 882 (Atlanta, Ga.)
United Truck Drivers, Helpers, and Warehousemen, Local Industrial Union 936 of the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), was organized in Roanoke, Virginia in 1939. The records consist of a carbon copy of the Article of Agreement between Local 936 and Red Line Trucking and a scrapbook.