Series 5
Printed material, 1888-1982
Boxes 22-27 and OP3-5

Scope and Content Note

Series 5 contains printed material produced by the Georgia WCTU. Included are a few pamphlets and tracts distributed by the state union. For the most part, however, state WCTUs usually depended on the national organization for literature they used in their work. These national materials can be found in Series 8, National WCTU Records. Also in Series 5 is an almost complete set of chronologically arranged convention programs and reports. A collection of the state newsletter, The Georgia Bulletin, 1907-1982, follows the convention reports. The series is concluded with two boxes of clippings, 1893 to 1981, reflecting topics that concerned the Georgia union and documenting some of the organization's activities in pursuit of its goals. Most of the clippings are arranged chronologically, although a few follow particular topics and were apparently collected in the process of producing program materials and articles. Because the Georgia union depended upon printed material to communicate with its members and with the public, the documents in this series contain information that relates to material in most other series but particularly in the correspondence in Series 1 and the reports and minutes in Series 2.

Arrangement Note

The series is organized by type of document.

Publications
Box Folder Content
22 1 Convention Address, Clare McKellar, Georgia WCTU, 1966
22 2 "Do You Know What Happened in Georgia When Prohibition Came," undated
22 3 "Highlights of the Years Work of the Georgia WCTU", undated
22 4 O, Land Beloved and Other Poems by Annie Durham Methvin (Georgia WCTU, 1937)
22 5 "An Open Letter to the Governor and to the Legislators," undated
22 6 "Temperance Education Facts," undated
22 7 Miscellaneous publications, undated
Convention programs
22 8 1925-1929
22 9 1930-1934, 1936, 1938-1939
22 10 1940-1941, 1945-1949
22 11 1950-1951, 1953-1955, 1957-1959
22 12 1960-1965, 1967, 1969, 1972-1973, 1975, 1981
Convention reports, 1888-1918
23 1 1888, 1890
23 2 1891, 1892
23 3 1893, 1894
23 4 1900, 1904
23 5 1905, 1906
23 6 1907, 1908
23 7 1909, 1910
23 8 1911, 1912
23 9 1913, 1914
23 10 1915, 1916
23 11 1917, 1918
24 1 1921, 1923
24 2 1924, 1925
24 3 1926, 1928
24 4 1929, 1930
24 5 1931, 1932
24 6 1933, 1934
24 7 1935, 1936
24 8 1937, 1938
24 9 1939, 1940
24 10 1946, 1947
24 11 1948, 1949
24 12 1950, 1951
24 13 1952, 1953
25 1 1954, 1955
25 2 1956, 1957
25 3 1958, 1959
25 4 1960, 1961
25 5 1962, 1963
25 6 1964, 1965
25 7 1966, 1967
25 8 1968, 1969
25 9 1970, 1971
25 10 1972, 1973
25 11 1974, 1975
25 12 1976, 1977
25 13 1978, 1979
The Georgia Bulletin [Due to the fragile nature of the originals, researchers are required to use the photocopies of The Georgia Bulletin (OP 8-26).]
- OP7 1907, nos. 11-12 and 1910/11, nos. 11-13 [RESTRICTED]
OP3 1 1907, nos. 11-12 and 1910/11, nos. 11-13 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1912 [RESTRICTED]
OP3 2 1912 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1913 [RESTRICTED]
OP3 3 1913 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1914 [RESTRICTED]
OP3 4 1914 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1915 [RESTRICTED]
OP3 5 1915 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1916 [RESTRICTED]
OP3 6 1916 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1917 [RESTRICTED]
OP3 7 1917 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1918 [RESTRICTED]
OP3 8 1918 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1919, nos. 1-6, 8-12 [RESTRICTED]
OP3 9 1919, nos. 1-6, 8-12 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1920 [RESTRICTED]
OP3 10 1920 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1921 [RESTRICTED]
OP4 1 1921 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1922, nos. 1, 3-8, 10-12 [RESTRICTED]
OP4 2 1922, nos. 1, 3-8, 10-12 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1923, nos. 1-6, 8-11 [RESTRICTED]
OP4 3 1923, nos. 1-6, 8-11 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1924 [RESTRICTED]
OP4 4 1924 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1925, nos. 1, 3-12/1 [RESTRICTED]
OP4 5 1925, nos. 1, 3-12/1 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1926, nos. 12/1-8 [RESTRICTED]
OP4 6 1926, nos. 12/1-8 [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1927, January-March, May-December [RESTRICTED]
OP4 7 1927, January-March, May-December [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1928, January-June, August-November [RESTRICTED]
OP4 8 1928, January-June, August-November [PHOTOCOPIES]
- OP7 1929, December/January, March-October, December/January [RESTRICTED]
OP4 9 1929, December/January, March-October, December/January [PHOTOCOPIES]
OP5 1 1930, February-June, September, November
OP5 2 1931
OP5 3 1932
OP5 4 1933
OP5 5 1934, January-May, September-November
OP5 6 1935, January-August, October-November
OP5 7 1936, January-March, May, July, September-November
OP5 8 1937, January, March-July, September, November
OP5 9 1938, January-July, October-November
OP5 10 1939
OP5 11 1940-1941
OP5 12 1942-1943
OP5 13 1944-1945
OP5 14 1946-1947 August, November-December
OP5 15 1948 January-June September-December; 1949
OP5 16 1950-1951
OP5 17 1952-1953
OP5 18 1954-1955
OP5 19 1956-1957
OP5 20 1958-1959
OP5 21 1960-1961
OP5 22 1962-1963
OP5 23 1964-1965
OP5 24 1966 January-October; 1967, nos. 1-2, 4-5
OP5 25 1968-1969
OP5 26 1970-1971
OP5 27 1972, nos. 1-3, 5; 1973, nos. 2-4
OP5 28 1974, nos. 5-8; 1975, nos. 1-4
OP5 29 1976, Spring-Fall; 1977, Winter-Fall
OP5 30 1978, Spring-Winter; 1979 Spring, Fall
OP5 31 1980, Winter-Fall; 1981, Winter, Spring, Fall; 1982, Spring
Clippings, 1893-1946
26 1 1893-1929
26 2 1928 [removed from scrapbook]
26 3 1930-1933
26 4 1934
26 5 1935-1936
26 6 1937
26 7 1938
26 8 1939, 1939/1940
26 9 1930s undated
26 10 1940
26 11 1941-1942
26 12 1943-1944
26 13 1945-1946
27 1-2 1947
27 3 1948-1949
27 4 1940s [removed from scrapbook]
27 5 1950-1952
27 6 1953-1958
27 7 1959, 1950s undated
27 8 1960-1962
27 9 1963-1981 [removed from scrapbook]
27 10 1963-1969, and 1960s undated
27 11 1970-1979, and 1970s undated
27 12 1980-1981
27 13 Undated
Clippings, Topical
27 14 Christmas
27 15 Liquor
27 16 New Years
27 17 1928 Election
27 18 Willard, Frances E.
27 19 World Peace
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