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Series IV: Financial Department, 1854-1976, undated


Scope and Contents

This series contains records from the Fulton County Financial Department, which oversees revenues and disbursements, and manages the County's debt and investment portfolio, risk management, and internal audits. These records document financial aspects of the County’s purview of Parks and Recreation; Department of Public Welfare; Inferior, Superior, Ordinary, and Juvenile courts; Roads and Revenue; taxation; Board of Commissioners; and Justice of the Peace. Material includes treasurer accounts books and reports, audits, accounts payable volumes, audits of sale of condemned autos, warrant registers, and additional journals and ledgers. Additional types of documentation consist of war bond accounts, logbooks, directories, code pamphlets, dockets, cash books, receipts, newsletters, and clippings. Of particular note are pension indexes, including ledgers of pensions for "indigent" Confederate soldiers and indigent windows; material about county employee unions; and a notice of Fulton County School desegregation.


  • 1854-1976, undated


Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research.


65 linear ft. (45 volumes and 12 boxes)


From the Collection: English