Deeds -- Georgia -- Atlanta
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection contains information about Land Lot 113, 17th District when it was purchased by Bonneau Ansley and Mrs. Florence Bryan Ansley in 1938. Included are an Abstract of Title, a Security Deed, and a Survey of Property.
Scope and Content This collection contains deeds conveying ownership of Bulloch Hall in Roswell, Georgia. Documents start with its transfer from the Bulloch family to the Howell family in 1850 and end with the Wing family's ownership in 1932.
Scope and Content These papers document the ownership history of several tracts of land in District 14 of Atlanta, Georgia, between 1822 and 1925. Including land lots are 119, 197, 198, 231, and 232. The collection consists of land grants, deeds, and papers primarily of the Childress and Bryant families. There are also papers regarding the land transactions of the White, Thomas, Mangum, Mitchell, Wooten, Thrasher, Guyton, Willis, and Suttles families. The land stayed within the Childress and Bryant families...
Scope and Content This collection contains research materials from the Early Edgewood-Candler Park BiRacial History Project. Materials document the history of African American residents in the Edgewood-Candler Park area, such as deeds, city directories, neighborhood histories, and maps. Of particular note are theses written by Georgia State University students and papers about the neighborhood written by the project's founder, Amy Meyer Burns, about the neighborhood.
Dates: 1880-2011, undated
Scope and Content This collection includes property deeds, abstracts of title, warranty deeds, loan deeds, bonds, resident petitions, claims court cases, wills, and insurance documents presented in the courts of Fulton, Gwinnett, and Walton counties in Georgia.
Scope and Content This collection includes real estate documents including abstracts of title, warranty deeds, and tax receipts on Atlanta property owned by numerous individuals. Property owners and buyers include Lula Robert, Samuel Rambo, William Herndon, Elizabeth Hunt, Patrick Calhoun, Livinia Winter, and J. F. Leary.
Scope and Content This collection contains a recipe book, newspaper clippings, assorted deeds, an invitation, a photo, and a copy of Mamie Lowe Hubbard's driver's license.
Dates: 1889-1928, undated
Scope and Content This collection consist of items related to J. Henry Porter, particularly his real estate holdings on Fairlie Street concerning the AMCO Investment Company. Included is a scrapbook of various articles and his "letters to the editor" of the local Atlanta newspapers.
Dates: 1883-1951, undated
Scope and Contents of the Collection The majority of the Joel Hurt Papers consist of documents pertaining to the East Atlanta Land Company and financial transactions effected by Joel Hurt. Documents found within the collection include deeds, abstracts of title, personal and professional correspondence, financial documents related to various business interests, and an East Atlanta Land Company account book. The bulk of the deeds pertain to land transactions within Fulton County, 14th land district, land lots 51, 52, 77, and 78.
Scope and Content This collection contains personal and professional correspondence as well as legal documents belonging to John Marion Graham, an attorney who practiced in Georgia. Among the legal documents are indentures, briefs, wills, leases, property deeds, and insurance papers. The collection also includes financial records, copies of speeches given by Graham, and a copy of the charter of the Marietta Golf Club.
Dates: 1855-1935, undated
Scope and Content This collection consists of land and loan deeds, legal documents, and newspaper clippings. The deeds pertain to a parcel of land along East Avenue in Atlanta, Georgia.
Scope and Content This collection contains include tax returns, articles written by family members, programs, a bulletin, and newspaper clippings. Of particular note are recorded interviews with three members of the Smith family: Leroy Wingate (the uncle of Dorothy Smith Allen), Dorothy Smith Allen, and Robert Stuart Allen. The interviews detail growing up in Georgia during the Great Depression.
Dates: 1904-1997, undated