CANDLER, ASA GRIGGS, 1851-1929.
Asa Griggs Candler papers,
Asa Griggs Candler papers, 1821-1951
Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library
Atlanta, GA 30322
Permanent link: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/8z38m
Table of Contents
|Creator:||Candler, Asa Griggs, 1851-1929.|
|Title:||Asa Griggs Candler papers, 1821-1951|
|Call Number:||Manuscript Collection No. 1|
|Extent:||8.75 linear ft. (18 boxes), 8 bound volumes (BV), and 7 oversized papers (OP)|
|Abstract:||Papers of businessman, philanthropist, mayor of Atlanta, Georgia, and founder of the Coca-Cola Company Asa Griggs Candler, including personal correspondence; speeches; material related to Candler's personal, civic, and religious activities; correspondence and other material concerning Emory University; business papers, mainly relating to Candler's real estate dealings in the United States and Canada; clippings; photographs; and memorabilia.|
|Language:||Materials entirely in English.|
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Related Materials in This Repository
Charles Howard Candler papers; Walter Turner Candler papers; Warren Akin Candler papers; Candler Family papers; Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Educational Commission papers; and Harry Harlan Stone papers.
Gift, 1946, with subsequent additions.
[after identification of item(s)], Asa Griggs Candler papers, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.
Asa Griggs Candler (1851-1929), businessman, philanthropist, mayor of Atlanta, Georgia, and founder of the Coca-Cola Company, was born December 30, 1851, near Villa Rica, Carroll County, Georgia. Candler married Lucy Elizabeth Howard (1859-1919) in 1878. They had five children: Charles Howard Candler (1878-1957), Asa Griggs Candler, Jr. (1880-1953), Lucy Beall Candler Owens Heinz Leide (1883-1962), Walter Turner Candler (1885-1967), and William Candler (1890-1936). After Lucy's death in 1919, Candler married Mary Reagan Little in 1923. As an Atlanta druggist (1873-1890), Candler became the sole owner and manufacturer of the Coca-Cola elixir. After selling that company to Robert W. Woodruff and other Atlanta businessmen in 1919, he invested in real estate and opened banks in Atlanta and elsewhere. He also founded Atlanta's Chamber of Commerce, and served as mayor of Atlanta (1916-1919). Candler helped organize and fund activities of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, including Wesley Memorial Enterprises, Emory College, and Emory University, serving as president of the Board of Trustees of the college (1906-1919) and of the university (1915-1929). Candler died in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 12, 1929.
Biographical Source:Candler, Charles Howard, Asa Griggs Candler, Emory University, Georgia: Emory University, 1950; Kurtz, Wilbur George, Jr., A Chemist, A Druggist, A Lawyer, and a Banker, Atlanta: An Address Delivered at a Meeting of the Membership of the Atlanta Historical Society, February 10, 1971; and Pierce, Alfred M., Giant Against the Sky: The Life of Bishop Warren Akin Candler, New York: Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1948.
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of the papers of Asa Griggs Candler from 1821-1980. The papers contain personal correspondence; speeches; material related to Candler's personal, civic, and religious activities; correspondence and other material concerning Emory University; business papers, mainly relating to Candler's real estate dealings in the United States and Canada; clippings; photographs; and memorabilia. The correspondence, arranged chronologically, concerns Emory College, Emory University, business matters including the Coca-Cola Company, and family life. Correspondents include Charles Howard Candler, Lucy Elizabeth Howard Candler, Warren Akin Candler, Charles Edward Dowman, Andrew Jackson Lamar, Gordon Lee, George Samuel Sexton, George Gilman Smith, and Harry Harlan Stone. Other papers that are concerned with Candler's personal life and with his family include miscellaneous family documents and various material about his civic, political, charitable, and church-related activities. Contained here are deeds and documents of Candler's ancestors; biographical sketches of his life; items from his 1916 mayoral campaign; and material concerning civic organizations, church work, and the YMCA.
Asa Griggs Candler's personality is further revealed in the many speeches he made (Box 2). He spoke to many different groups on many different occasions, yet his speeches sounded similar themes, and often contained identical words and phrases. Recurring themes included patriotism, reverence for democracy, pride in the rebuilding South, praise for the church, faith in God, respect for education and hard work, emphasis on moral goodness, and faith in American business ingenuity and free enterprise. These speeches are filled with personal anecdotes and historical examples.
Emory University was one of Asa Candler's main interests throughout his life. He sent his sons to Emory College, served as a trustee for nearly thirty years, and made many generous gifts to the college and the university. This collection contains approximately 180 letters, mostly concerned with financial matters, exchanged between 1900 and 1911 by Candler and various Emory officials including James Edward Dickey (bp., 1864-1928), college president, and Harry Harlan Stone (1861-1932), college treasurer (Box 4). Other Emory material includes financial documents; papers relating to those parts of Wesley Memorial Enterprises that became affiliated with Emory University; items concerning the Asa Griggs Candler Library; reprints of the "Million Dollar Letter;" the 1930 Emory Campus yearbook dedicated to the memory of Asa Griggs Candler; and material relating to the 1951 celebration of the centennial of Asa Candler's birth (Boxes 4).
The collection contains miscellaneous papers relating to some of Asa Candler's many business interests including Asa G. Candler and Co.; Central Bank and Trust Corporation; Atlanta Warehouse Company; and the Coca-Cola Company (Box 5, BV1).
Asa Candler became progressively more interested in real estate dealings. His early ventures centered around the Druid Hills corporation which was chartered in 1908. Much of the Druid Hills land came from the property of the Kirkwood Land Company, and some of the original Kirkwood Land Company papers are preserved in the collection (Box 5) as are the minute book, organization papers, and charter of the Druid Hills Corporation (Box 6). Land transactions for the land lots in Druid Hills along with papers such as abstracts of title and wills are included (Boxes 6). The collection also contains documents concerning road building, utilities, and corporation finances (Boxes 6 and 7) as well as some original plans, maps, and land plots for the Druid Hills Subdivision. Some of these plans are unlabeled blueprints; others are of Kirkwood Land Company and Druid Hills property designed by Frederick Law Olmsted (1822-1903) and the Olmsted Brothers Landscape Architects of Brookline, MA. (OP1)
There are four other boxes of business papers concerned with Atlanta: Miscellaneous real estate papers (Boxes 9 and 11); those concerned with the Ansley Hotel (Box 10); and those concerned with the Point Peachtree Company and the Forsyth Building and (Box 11 and 12).
Business papers from places other than Atlanta include those related to dealings in Chicago, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Washington (Box 12), and New York (Box 13), and papers related to the business of Asa G. Candler, Ltd., in Montreal and Toronto, Canada (Box 13).
Box 14 contains most of the clippings found in the collection. Included are clippings about Candler and his family, Emory University, the Coca-Cola Company, the Atlanta Warehouse Company, various other business interests, and civic and political activities. There are also two folders of clippings apparently collected by Asa Candler himself; these clippings are not directly related to him, but interested him in some way.
The final portion of the collection consists of family photographs (Box 15), miscellaneous items concerned with business and civic activities, family memorabilia, clippings about the many Candler family homes (Box 14), several large certificates entitling Asa Candler to membership in the Chamber of Commerce, the Governor's House Guard, and other similar organizations (OP2), and a various personal items belonging to Asa Candler (Boxes 16 and 17).
Arranged by record type.
Finding Aid Note
An index to correspondents is available.
- Candler, Charles Howard, 1878-1957.
- Candler, Lucy Beall, 1883-1962.
- Candler, Lucy Elizabeth, 1859-1919.
- Candler, Warren A. (Warren Akin), 1857-1941.
- Candler family.
- Dickey, James Edward, 1864-1928.
- Dowman, Charles Edward, 1849-1914.
- Stone, Harry H. (Harry Harlan), 1861-
- Coca-Cola Company.
- Emory College--Finance.
- Emory College--History.
- Emory University--Finance.
- Emory University--History.
- Methodist Episcopal Church, South--History.
- Vanderbilt University--History.
- Wesley Memorial Enterprises.
- Banks and banking.
- Businessmen--Political activity.
- Methodist Church--Clergy.
- Methodist Church--Education.
- Methodist Church--Government.
- Public utilities--Georgia--Atlanta.
- Real estate development--Georgia--Atlanta.
- Real estate development--Canada.
- Real estate development--Illinois--Chicago.
- Real estate development--Missouri--Kansas City.
- Real estate development--New York (State)--New York.
- Real estate development--Washington (D.C.)
- Universities and colleges--Georgia.
- Atlanta (Ga.)--Religion.
- Atlanta (Ga.)--Politics and government.
- Druid Hills (Atlanta, Ga.)
- Georgia--Social life and customs.
|1||1||1872 September 11-1897 December 2|
|1||2||1898 February 2-1899 May 30|
|1||3||1899 June 3-December 2|
|1||4||1900 January 8-December 2|
|1||5||1901 January 12-September 28|
|1||6||1902 February 1-1907 August 5|
|1||7||1908 June 16-1912 December 6|
|1||8||1913 January 1-1914 July 10|
|1||9||1914 July 14 (ALS, 4p. and typescript, 5p.)|
|1||10||1914 July 24-December 2|
|1||11||1915 March 7-1926 February 27|
|Speeches (by title, group or occasion)|
|2||1||To Atlanta Chamber of Commerce|
|2||2||To Atlanta Chamber of Commerce - Annual Report, 1909|
|2||3||At Atlanta National Automobile Exposition -Opening, 1909|
|2||4||"The Church and the City"|
|2||5||"The City is the Nerve Center of Civilization"|
|2||6||"The City is the Nerve Center of Civilization" re recall of city official, meeting at the Lyric Theatre, 1916 (1)|
|2||7||"The City is the Nerve Center of Civilization" re recall of city official, meeting at the Lyric Theatre, 1916 (2)|
|2||8||Decatur Orphans' Home|
|2||9||Decatur Orphans' Home - 30th Anniversary |
|2||10||"Do Missions Pay?"|
|2||11||To Emory College Board of Trustees [1914?]|
|2||12||To Emory University visitors|
|2||13||Fragments re Methodism with quote from Theodore Roosevelt|
|2||14||Fragments re Sunday School and Education|
|2||15||Franklin, Benjamin - Birthday Observance|
|2||16||Galloway, Charles Betts - Eulogy, 1909|
|2||17||To Georgia State Sunday School Association|
|2||18||"Historic Statement of the [Decatur] Orphans' Home of the North Georgia Conference at Decatur"|
|2||20||Mayoral Campaign, 1916|
|2||21||Mayor's Speeches and Reports, 1917|
|2||22||Mayor's Speeches and Reports, 1918|
|2||23||To Medical Convention|
|2||24||To Methodist Episcopal Church, South, General Conference in Atlanta, May 1918|
|2||25||"Our Crisis - We Must Meet It"|
|2||26||"Pegs and Holes" - at Martha Berry School, 1918 April 30|
|2||27||"Real Estate from the Banker's View Point"|
|2||28||To Rural Sunday School Celebration|
|2||29||Southern Business Power|
|2||30||"Southern Patriotism in Business Endeavor" (1)|
|2||31||"Southern Patriotism in Business Endeavor" (2)|
|2||32||"Southern Patriotism in Business Endeavor" (3)|
|2||33||"The South's Commerce - Past and Future"|
|2||36||"The Sunday School is the Hope of the Church"|
|2||37||"The Sunday School - Its Past, Present, and Future"|
|2||38||Taft, William Howard - Introduction of Speakers at Chamber of Commerce Banquet in his Honor at New Atlanta Auditorium, 1909|
|2||39||To Tennessee Municipal League|
|2||40||Twentieth Century Movement re Southern Education|
|2||41||"The Value of Association Work in Sunday Schools"|
|2||42||"What this Movement Means to the Church"|
|2||43||"Who We Teach, What We Teach, and Why"|
|2||44||"The Worth of the Sunday School Teacher to the Community"|
|Personal Information; Family History; Civic and Political Activities|
|3||1||Samuel Candler and Silas Dobbs - Deeds and Records, 1827-1866|
|3||2||Family Records - Miscellaneous Documents and Land Papers|
|3||3||Miscellaneous Family Information|
|3||4||Biographical Sketches of Asa Griggs Candler|
|3||5||Decatur Orphans' Home - 1909 Political Controversy|
|3||6||Masons Certificate, 1896 - Georgia Lodge No. 96|
|3||7||Governor's Horse Guard, 1887-1903|
|3||8||Chamber of Commerce - General Material|
|3||9||Chamber of Commerce - Auditorium|
|3||10||James Beavers' Case, 1915-1917|
|3||11||Georgia Railway and Power Company, 1918 - Rate Case|
|3||12||Mayoral Election, 1908 and 1916|
|3||13||Presidents' Club Dinner in honor of Asa G. Candler, 1916|
|3||14||Presidents' Club Dinner in honor of Asa G. Candler, 1923|
|Church and Charitable Activities|
|3||16||Records of Miscellaneous Charitable Contributions|
|3||17||Inman Park Methodist Church|
|3||18||Sunday School Conventions|
|3||19||Assistance to Presiding Elder - Dahlonega District, 1899|
|3||20||Sabbath Observance Issue, 1918|
|3||21||Miscellaneous YMCA and Religious Pamphlets|
|3||22||Miscellaneous Items re Church Activity|
|BV2||Scrapbook - clippings re Wesley Memorial Enterprises|
|3||23||Edgewood Church Building Committee, 1896-1903|
|3||24||Sunday School Superintendants' Union Minute Book, 1899-1900|
|3||25||Autograph Album - "Given to Asa G. Candler January 24, 1905 by Charles P. Pitchford who was a page at the General Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia 1878"|
|4||1||Finance Committee of Emory College, 1900|
|4||2||Finance Committee of Emory College, 1901|
|4||3||Finance Committee of Emory College, 1902 January-July|
|4||4||Finance Committee of Emory College, 1902 August-December|
|4||5||Finance Committee of Emory College, 1903 January-June|
|4||6||Finance Committee of Emory College, 1903 July-December|
|4||7||Finance Committee of Emory College, 1904|
|4||8||Finance Committee of Emory College, 1905|
|4||9||Finance Committee of Emory College, 1906-1911|
|4||10||Wesley Memorial Enterprises - Hospital, Nursing School, General Enterprises|
|4||11||Wesley Memorial Hospital - Laying of the Cornerstone, Annual Reports|
|4||12||List of Notes Transferred to Emory University, 1948 December 14|
|4||13||Miscellaneous Financial Documents re Emory University|
|4||14||Candler Library - Groundbreaking, Laying of the Cornerstone, Asa Griggs Candler Centennial Exhibit|
|4||15||Biographical Sketch of Asa Griggs Candler by Richard Harwell|
|4||16||Shining Light Award, 1970, draft of letter nominating AGC by George Mew, Treasurer Emeritus, Emory University|
|4||17||Pamphlets - "'For the Blessing of Man and the Glory of God,' A Letter from Asa Griggs Candler, July 16, 1914," Emory University, Georgia, 1951 [3 copies]|
|4||18||Pamphlets - The Emory University Quarterly, vol. XII, December 1951, no. 4 [honoring Asa Griggs Candler]|
|4||19||Pamphlets - Asa Griggs Candler, Coca-Cola and Emory College, 1888" - Emory Sources and Reprints, Series 7, No. 2 [3 copies]|
|4||20||Campus, 1930, dedicated to the memory of Asa Griggs Candler|
|Business Papers: Various Business Ventures and Activities|
|5||1||Asa G. Candler and Co.|
|5||2||Asa G. Candler - Financial Statement 1890 January 1|
|5||3||Central Bank and Trust Corporation, opened 1906|
|5||4||Atlanta Warehouse Company, opened 1915|
|5||5||Association of Building Owners and Managers|
|5||6||The Coca-Cola Company vs. The Koke Company of America, 1920|
|5||8||Coca-Cola Bottler Magazine|
|5||10||Allen, Ida Bailey. When You Entertain, What to Do, and How. Atlanta, Coca-Cola Company, 1932|
|BV1||Ledger [daybook] - Candler Bank, 1907 and Coca-Cola Company, 1911-1913|
|BV8||Account book of the Asa G. Candler estate, 1913-1970|
|Business Papers: Atlanta-Druid Hills – Kirkwood Land Company|
|5||12||Petition for Charter, 1889 and Order to Incorporate, 1890|
|5||13||E. M. Brand Property, 1901|
|5||14||Joel Hurt Property, 1893-1908|
|5||15||Johnson Property, 1851-1912, n.d.|
|5||16||Kirkpatrick Property, 1849-1892, n.d.|
|5||17||Lowry Property, 1862-1890|
|5||18||Porter Property, 1893|
|5||19||John G. Reynolds Property, 1894|
|5||20||Lowry/Porter Land, 1901|
|5||21||Price List of Lots|
|5||22||Lots for Sale or Exchange|
|5||23||Topographical Map of Property in DeKalb County|
|Business Papers: Atlanta - Druid Hills|
|BV3||Druid Hills Minute Book, 1908-1926|
|6||1||Druid Hills Corporation - Organization and Incorporation|
|6||2||Druid Hills Corporation - Charter, 1908; Renewal, 1928|
|6||3||Land Grant, 1821 August 28 - Nancy Cosby to Felix Betts|
|6||4||Land Grant, 1825 December 16 - Nancy Cosby to heirs|
|6||5||Land Transactions - Kirkwood Land Company and Druid Hills|
|6||6||Land Transactions - DeKalb County, 1908 May 2|
|6||7||Lillian B. Rauschenberg - Contract for Building Homes|
|6||8||Campbell, Thomas M. - Lot 5, Block 42, 1951 North Decatur Road|
|6||9||Candler, Warren Akin - Homesite Specifications|
|6||10||Griffin, Mrs. Clara S. - Lot 21, Block 13|
|6||11||Harrison, Mrs. India - Various Properties|
|6||12||Harrison, Laura H. and Z. D. - Property|
|6||13||Lullwater Parkway - blueprint|
|6||14||Lullwater Subdivision and Emory Village (Walker T. Candler, Moe Goldman)|
|6||15||East Lake Road|
|6||16||521 Ridgecrest Road|
|6||17||Lot 20, Block 17|
|6||18||Lot 9, Block 33|
|6||19||Lot 2, Block 10 - 1428 Ponce de Leon|
|6||20||Land Lots 2, 241, 242, 243, 244|
|6||21||DeKalb County - Washington Syndicate\|
|6||22||Decatur - Extension of Adair, Whiteford, and Drexel Avenues|
|6||23||Miscellaneous Papers - Hodgson, Kackley, Lewis, Patillo, Willard|
|6||24||Miscellaneous Papers - Brittain; Erwin; Howell; Johnson/Matthews; McCullough; Paden Estate; Pitt and Chestnut, Inc.; Robinson; Seaboard Air Line Railway; Simms; Thompson; Timmons; Woolford|
|7||1||Druid Hills Lot Sales|
|7||2||Development - Roads, Electricity, etc.|
|7||3||Atlanta Gas Light Company|
|7||4||Georgia Railway and Electric [Georgia Power] Company, 1909-1923|
|7||5||Georgia Railway and Electric [Georgia Power] Company, 1924-1933|
|7||6||Water and Sewer Connections, 1909-1923|
|7||7||Water and Sewer Connections, 1924-1940, n.d.|
|7||8||Sewer Contracts, 1911-1926, n.d.|
|7||9||Nicholes and Druid Hills - Building and Paving Specifications|
|7||10||Druid Hills Golf club, 1851-1921, n.d.|
|7||11||Druid Hills golf Club, 1922-1950, n.d.|
|7||12||Financial Statements, 1908-1909|
|7||13||Financial Statements, 1913-1937|
|7||14||Miscellaneous Correspondence and Inventories, 1909-1915|
|7||15||Miscellaneous Corporation Records|
|7||16||Suburban Realty Corporation|
|7||17||Asa G. Candler, Inc.|
|7||18||Druid Hills - Miscellaneous Papers|
|7||19||Sanitary Sewer Map for a part of Druid Hills, 1926-1928|
|OP1||Druid Hills: General plan of Druid Hills, 1905 - original photocopy of original glossy print negative; General plan of western portion of Druid Hills, 1905; General plan of western portion of Druid Hills, Olmsted Brothers, landscape architects - blueprint; Intersection of Ponce de Leon and Ferry Road; Miscellaneous Plans - Kirkwood Land Company|
|Business Papers: Atlanta|
|8||1||Will of Everett Sapp, 1845-1850|
|8||2||Guess Property (Paden Estate), 1876-1914, n.d.|
|8||3||Terry Estate, 1928-1935|
|8||4||J. T. Holleman Estate, 1880-1912|
|8||5||J. T. Holleman Estate, 1913-1920|
|8||6||Hannah Property, 1913-1923|
|8||7||Hannah Property, 1924-1927, n.d.|
|8||8||A. B. Steele Lot on Decatur Street near Bell Street, 1861-1921, n.d.|
|8||9||86 Hood Street, 1869-1924, n.d.|
|8||10||Krag Street Coal Yard, 1908-1927, n.d.|
|8||11||Stonewall and Bail[e]y Streets, 1886-1944|
|8||12||471 [No. 1] Wilmer Street, NE, 1930-1946|
|8||13||Sandy Beaver Property on Edgewood Avenue, 1918-1919|
|9||1||Marietta Street Warehouse, 1906-1920, n.d|
|9||2||Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., 1939-1946|
|9||3||115 and 119 Auburn Avenue - Robert Z. Wood Property, 1854-1925, n.d.|
|9||4||255 Peachtree Street - Bailey Property, 1909-1918|
|9||5||255 Peachtree Street - Bailey Property, 1919-1927, n.d.|
|9||6||Peachtree Street between Baker Street and Ivy Street, 1916-1921, n.d.|
|9||7||109 West Peachtree Street, 1913-1923, n.d.|
|9||8||Peachtree Street at Edgewood Avenue, 1902-1927|
|9||9||Peachtree Street at Edgewood Avenue, n.d.|
|9||10||Peachtree Street at Aleander Street, 1899-1923|
|9||11||Lake Avenue Property, 1873-1907|
|Business Papers: Atlanta - Ansley Hotel|
|10||1||High property - Ansley Hotel site, 1868-1911|
|10||2||High property - Ansley Hotel site, 1913-1916|
|10||3||High property - AnsleyHotel site, 1917-1923, n.d.|
|10||4||General Mortgage - Ansley Hotel Investment Company and Hillyer Trust Company, 1912, January 1|
|10||5||Miscellaneous Business Papers, 1912-1925, n.d.|
|10||6||Southern Hotel Company to J. R. Smith, 1917 February 1|
|10||7||Dinkler Hotels, 1917-1928, n.d.|
|10||8||Insurance, furnishings, equipment, modifications, 1917-1939, n.d.|
|10||9||Inventories, 1919 and 1921|
|10||10||Payment requests (Ansley Hotel Addition), 1922-1923|
|10||12||Specifications for additions and alterations, 1939|
|10||13||Plans and blueprints|
|Business Papers: The Point Peachtree Company|
|Business Papers: Washington Street Block - Washington, Fair, Crew, and Trinity Streets|
|11||11||Graves and Wallace Property adjoining Hoke Smith Property, DeKalb County, 1914-1917, n.d.|
|11||12||Atlanta Automobile Association, 1909-1929, n.d.|
|11||13||Transactions with Walter T. Candler, 1934-1944, n.d.|
|11||14||First National Bank of Atlanta, William Candler, and Callen Court Company, 1928-1934, n.d.|
|11||15||Transactions with Atlanta National Bank, 1914-1917, n.d.|
|11||16||State of Georgia Bonds, 1915|
|BV4||Record Book of Candler Investment Company, 1903-1910|
|BV5||Weekly Time Book, 1906|
|Business Papers: Forsyth Building - Forsyth and Luckie Streets|
|Business Papers: Chicago, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Washington|
|12||4||Chicago - mainly re Magill - Weinsheimer Business, 1902-1924|
|12||5||Chicago - mainly re Magill - Weinsheimer Business, 1927-1933, n.d.|
|12||6||Chicago - miscellaneous leases, [1914-1924]|
|12||7||Kansas City, MO - Candler Building, 1913-1950|
|12||8||Los Angeles - 612 San Pedro Street, 1907-1944, n.d.|
|12||9||Los Angeles - Miscellaneous, 1903-1941, n.d.|
|12||10||Washington, D.C. - North Capitol and Massachusetts Avenues, 1908-1923|
|12||11||Washington, D.C. - Miscellaneous, 1909-1913|
|12||12||Washington, D.C. - Miscellaneous, 1914-1923|
|12||13||Washington, D.C. - Miscellaneous, n.d.|
|Business Papers: New York|
|13||1||223 to 229 West 41st Street, 1936|
|13||2||223 to 229 West 41st Street, 1942-1946, n.d.|
|13||3||West 27th Street, 1907-1920|
|13||4||West 27th Street, 1927-1937, n.d.|
|13||5||Properties, mainly West 27th and West 42nd Streets, 1911-1932|
|13||6||Properties, mainly West 27th and West 42nd Streets, 1934-1950, n.d.|
|Business Papers: Canada|
|13||7||Toronto - Minerva Building Property, 1907-1917|
|13||8||Toronto - Minerva Building Property, 1925-1941, n.d.|
|13||9||Montreal - Real estate papers, 1910-1928, n.d.|
|13||10||Canada - Miscellaneous insurance policies and correspondence|
|BV6||Canada - Asa G. Candler, Ltd. record book, 1931-1950|
|14||1||Personal re Asa Griggs Candler|
|14||2||Other family members|
|14||3||Emory University - contemporary with Asa Griggs Candler|
|14||4||Emory University - not contemporary with Asa Griggs Candler|
|14||5||Business re Coca-Cola|
|14||6||Business re Atlanta Warehouse Company|
|14||7||Business re banking, railroads, other business|
|14||8||Civic activities, mainly re Chamber of Commerce|
|14||9||Mayor of Atlanta|
|14||10||Miscellaneous - Political activities|
|14||11||Miscellaneous - Awards, honors, general information, etc.|
|14||12-13||Miscellaneous - Clippings saved by Candler (miscellaneous subjects)|
|14||14||Candler Family homes – clippings [preservation photocopies]|
|14||15||"The Olmsted Connection," Atlanta Journal Constitution, May 17, 1992|
|14||16||"The Candler's Indelible Mark," Atlanta Journal Constitution, December 6, 1992|
|OP3||Obituary, Utica Daily Press, Utica, New York, March 13, 1929|
|BV7||Asa Griggs Candler's clipping scrapbook|
|15||1||Asa Griggs Candler|
|OP5||Asa Griggs Candler and wife with "Bacon Rind and Squaw"|
|OP6||Asa Griggs Candler, head portrait|
|OP7||Asa Griggs Candler, full-length portrait|
|15||3||Lucy Elizabeth Howard Candler|
|15||4||James G. Woodward|
|15||5||Atlanta Chamber of Commerce founders|
|15||6||Houses - Birthplace of Asa Griggs Candler|
|15||7||Houses - Other|
|15||8||Asa G. Candler and Co., 1888|
|15||9||Candler Building, n.d.|
|15||10||Miscellaneous pamphlets, leaflets, directories|
|15||11||Miscellaneous notes, poems, etc.|
|15||13||Coca-Cola - "The Passing of the Chief"|
|OP2||Miscellaneous Certificates: 7 certificates - Chamber of Commerce, Governor's Staff, etc.|
|OP4||Inman Park calendar, 1978 [includes photograph "The Candler Home debuts with a wedding feast"]|
|16||1||Blotter, Lycett souvenir|
|16||2||Blotter, New Year 1910|
|16||3||Blotter, New Year 1916|
|16||4||Blotter, New Year 1918 (2)|
|16||5||Blotter, New Year 1919|
|16||6||Bookmark, embroidered by Martha Bernetta Candler|
|16||7||Buttons, Atlanta mayoral campaign 1916|
|16||9||Button, Georgia Chamber of Commerce|
|16||10||Button, Past President Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, 1908-1909|
|16||11||Copper letterhead plate of "Asa G. Candler & Co. Successors to Hallman & Candler Wholesale Druggists, 47 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA."|
|16||12||Glass cutter, P.H. Sinse|
|16||13||Jewelry, pins, cuff links|
|16||14||Jewelry, wedding ring|
|16||16||Key, single unknown|
|16||17||Letter opener, Kent Sign Co.|
|16||18||Letter opener, The R.C. Maxwell Co., Trenton N.J.|
|16||19||Pen, Whal Eversharp, engraved A.G.C.|
|16||20||Pen, Whal Eversharp, engraved Asa Griggs Candler|
|16||21||Ribbon, Sunday School Association delegate, 1892, 1895|
|16||22||Ribbon, Governor's Horse Guard Association, 1900, 1917|
|16||23||Wallet, monogrammed "C"|
|16||24||Wallet, Candler Building|
|17||1||Coca-cola bottle, gold|
|17||2||Pharmaceutical kit, Lundborg's Triple Extracts|
|17||3||Pharmaceutical kit, The Walpole Emery Mills, South Walplole, Mass.|
|17||4||Jar, kola nuts|
|17||5||Jar, coca leaves|
|17||6||Watch belonging to Asa Griggs Candler|
|17||7||Watch engraved A.G.C.|
|Lucy Beall Candler papers|
|18||2||Correspondence: 1897 May-September|
|18||3||Correspondence: 1897 October-December|
|18||7||Correspondence: 1901 January-February|
|18||8||Correspondence: 1901 March|
|18||9||Correspondence: 1901 April-May|
|18||13||Invitations, cards announcements, etc., 1897-1901|
|18||14||Report card, Lucy Beall Candler's record at West End Institute, December 22, 1897|
|18||15||Servants list [position and pay], 1913|