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This collection contains a transcription of a lecture titled "The South's Readmission to the Union," given at the Atlanta Historical Society, in which Arnall recounted his anti-trust action concerning railroad freight rates in the south and west, and analyzed the results of this action on the economy of Georgia.
This collection consists of personal and business correspondence; copies and original newspaper and magazine clippings; house blueprints; and a World War II dated events map.
This collection consists of one printed item with the title "To the Land Owners of Georgia" by G.W. Adair, an Atlanta real estate agent. The article points out that natural resources, agricultural production and railroads were reasons why people should come to Georgia and live and why Georgians should welcome these Europeans and Northerners.
The collection contains a letter from Lee R. Gandee to Ruth Blair and describes Gandee's impressions traveling through the South in the 1930s and his plans to move to Atlanta, Georgia after being released from the Army and work on renovating a house called "The Old White House."
- Subject: Georgia -- Economic conditions X
- Depressions -- 1929 -- Georgia 1
- Macon (Ga.) 1
- New Deal, 1933-1939 -- Georgia 1
- Pine Mountain (Ga.) 1
- Public welfare -- Georgia 1
- Railroads -- Freight -- Rates -- Georgia 1
- Real estate agents -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
- Roads -- Design and construction 1
- Roads -- Georgia 1
- Southern States -- Description and travel 1
- Unemployment -- Georgia 1
- Women -- Georgia 1
- World War, 1939-1945 1 ∧ less
- Adair, George Washington, 1823- 1
- Arnall, Ellis Gibbs, 1907-1992 1
- Blair, Ruth, 1889- 1
- Gandee, Lee R. 1
- Shepperson, Gay Bolling 1