World War, 1939-1945 -- Food supply -- Georgia
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection mostly contains periodicals and booklets from the early 1940s. Materials include several editions of Georgia Power's Kilowatt News, Southern Bell's guide to telephone etiquette, and the WSB War Review of 1942. This collection also contains a catalogue from the Home Builders Plan Service and building specification forms for a home at 3181 Sewell Rd SW, later renamed Benjamin Mays Drive, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dates: 1942-1951, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains a ration book and a cookbook using Swans Down flour, How to Bake by the Ration Book. The ration book belonged to Margaret C. Howell and has four pages of stamps remaining. The cookbook includes several different types of recipes that are low in sugar, shortening, and eggs.
Scope and Content This collection contains report cards; a kindergarten graduation certificate; a high school graduation announcement and program; school papers and an E. Rivers School 1946-1947 yearbook titled The Rivers Overflow; a World War II rations book; and a wedding dress invoice for Mary Virginia Brown, Bryan's great-grandmother.
Dates: 1874-1952, undated
Scope and Content This collection documents the lives of three generations of the Ransone family. It contains high school and college graduation programs, World War II ration documents, insurance receipts, and business cards. Also included are the books Songs of a Day by Frank L. Stanton and Around the World in Sixty Days by Robert Hecht. The collection includes pamphlets for Atlanta attractions such as Stone Mountain and the Lyric Theatre,...
Dates: 1887-1973, undated
Scope and Content The collection contains eight World War II ration books belonging to members of the Westbrook family. There are two ration books for each family member: William Love Westbrook, Margaret Stone Westbrook, William Lawrence Westbrook, and Charles Holt Westbrook. Half of the books were signed by Margaret Westbrook.