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Women air pilots -- Georgia -- Atlanta

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Emily Bourne Grigsby papers

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.MSS1201
Scope and Contents This collection contains documents from Emily Bourne Grigsby's career as an opera singer and model, as well as her time as president of the Atlanta Music Club and her association with the Atlanta Opera Arts Association. Included are opera show programs from her performances with the San Francisco Opera chorus, the Atlanta Pops Orchestra, and Moonlight Opera Company in Atlanta, Georgia. There are also newspaper clippings of Grigsby's modeling career and her involvement in the 1954 "Feast of...
Dates: 1943-2004, undated

Emily Bourne Grigsby visual arts materials

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Identifier: ahc.VIS391
Scope and Contents This collection contains images of Emily Bourne Grigsby's career as an opera singer and model, as well as her time as president of the Atlanta Music Club. Included are production stills from The Tales of Hoffman and Rigoletto with the San Francisco Opera, and images from the Moonlight Opera Company in Atlanta, Georgia. There are also photographs of Grigsby modeling at The Cloister at Sea Island, Georgia; on top of Stone Mountain; for an...
Dates: 1940-2004, undated

Johnson family papers

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Identifier: ahc.MSS933
Scope and Content The Johnson Family papers document several generations of the Johnson family, with each generation having a distinct subject matter. The Herschel V. Johnson papers include his 1856 commencement address entitled "Obligations of Civilization to the Arts and Sciences," given at Oglethorpe University. The Tomlinson F. Johnson papers include correspondence with Alexander Hamilton Stephens, petitions protesting the tax on un-manufactured cotton, and a receipt for the payment of same tax....
Dates: 1865-1941

Virginia Broome Waterer papers

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Identifier: ahc.MSS940
Scope and Content This collection includes documents from the education, personal life, and career of Virginia Marion Broome Waterer. Materials include report cards; school certificates and programs; newspaper clippings; membership cards; church bulletins; newsletters; a plan for the Virginia-Highland Civic Association; a history of the residence at 900 Arlington Place; and programs from the New Era Study Club. Of particular note are papers regarding her work in the Women's Service Pilots (WASP) during World...
Dates: 1912-1999, undated