High schools -- Georgia -- Atlanta
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
This scrapbook documents Agnes Moore Nabers' senior year at Commercial High School. It contains newspaper clippings pertaining to Commercial High School, photographs of students and faculty, short poems and signatures from students and faculty, pressed flowers, and calling cards. Also included are lists of clubs, Moore's report card, and a graduation program.
This material contains correspondence, texts of speeches, essays, verses, clippings, and student publications from Charles Bird's days as a student at Tech High in Atlanta, Georgia.
This collection contains high school directories and yearbooks from the Margaret Mitchell School and Girls High School. The Girls High yearbook, titled The Mallonian, is noted as the "Senior Issue" and highlights members of the class of 1923 through photos, poems, drawings, and newspaper clippings.
This collection consists of a single scrapbook created by donor when she was a student at Girls' High School in 1922.
This collection consists of a diary Newman kept as a teenager in which she records descriptions of her life at home with her family, activities at school, and plays that she attended. The diary is signed on the front inside cover by Frances Newman and by her mother, Fanny Alexander Newman. The collection also contains correspondence and newspaper articles about Newman's life and novels.
This collection contains Georgia Mae Johnson's 1939 high school graduation scrapbook. The book contains invitations, report cards, and pictures chronicling her senior year. There is also a list of the courses that were offered at Commercial High School during her time there.
This collection contains various photographs of class photos, faculty photos, and physical education classes, Christmas decorations and alumni of Girls High School. There is also a photo of the Board of Education committee of the Atlanta City Council.
This collection contains a volume titled "My Commencement: Memoirs & Records of School Life." Miss Henley entered information about her school experiences and collected autograph messages from classmates and friends. It also includes a brief history of the school.
This collection contains material concerning Henry Grady High School in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as commencements, camp programs, newspaper clippings, financial records, and personal letters regarding the Atlanta, Georgia branch of the Camp Fire Girls from 1947-1985.
This collection contains documentation of Mary Virginia Davis's education. The bulk of the materials are grammar, arithmetic, and spelling workbooks from E. Rivers School in Atlanta, Georgia. Other school papers include graduation achievement documents, and an E. Rivers School 1946-1947 yearbook titled The Rivers Overflow. There is also a World War II ration book and a wedding dress invoice for Mary Virginia Brown, Bryan's great-grandmother.
The collection consists of architectural drawings of projects designed by Perkins and images of himself and family members. A variety of projects are presented in the collection such as the construction of the administration building of the Fulton County Airport (1950-1951); Salvation Army School for officer training (1966); and Lake Shore Shopping Center in Gainesville, Georgia (1963). Of special interest is a black and white print of Perkins at his drawing board in his office.
This collection contains directory report of alumni from Boys High School for their 50th reunion, and a newspaper clipping.
This collection contains report cards for Virginia R. Hiatt from first grade to twelfth and two scrapbooks that document her years at Commercial High School. Included within the scrapbooks are pressed flowers, photographs of Hiatt's friends and classmates, newspaper clippings, theatre programs, ribbons, and signatures from classmates.
This collection contains a graduation book "A Girl's Commencement: Rosebud Memories" kept by Willette C. Elrod upon her graduation from Commercial High School in Atlanta, Georgia.
This collection contains editions of the student newspapers The Aerial and The Ambassador. Articles cover important school matters as well as current events. The newspapers also contain short works of fiction, jokes, and a long-running gossip column called "Campus Cliques." Additional material includes Parent Teacher Association pamphlets, commencement programs, and graduation programs.
This collection contains images of buildings, streets, and monuments in Atlanta, Georgia. Included are photographs of service stations, high schools, churches, residences, and Confederate monuments in addition to automobiles, street views, bomb proof sites, children, and family members of William S. Irvine.