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Subseries 1.7
Stone Mountain Confederate Monumental Association miscellaneous and memorabilia
Boxes 13 (folders 7-36)and 19

Scope and Content Note

Ephemeral materials, such as postcards, programs and invitations, certificates, and calendars are found in Subseries 1.7. Also included are typescript copies of dedication speeches, various forms, lists, UDC materials, and writings. A piece of Stone Mountain granite is also included in this subseries. The SMCMA's official seal, two Stone Mountain half dollars, and four Stone Mountain medals are housed separately in the Special Collections medals collection.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by type of material.

Box Folder Content
13 7 Addresses at unveiling of Lukeman's Lee, 1928
13 8 Application forms
13 9 Calendars
13 10 Certificates
13 11 Children's Founders Roll Bulletins
13 12 Lists: Aldermen, Councilmen, Finance Committee
13 13 Lists: Executive Committee
13 14 Lists: Guest list
13 15-19 Lists: Mailing list
19 1-2 Miscellaneous: Memorial plates of Stone Mountain
13 20 Miscellaneous: Painting of flags
13 21-22 Miscellaneous: Poetry inspired by Stone Mountain, 1922-1932; undated
13 23 Miscellaneous: Postcards
13 24-25 Miscellaneous: Programs and invitations, 1916-1928, undated
13 26 Miscellaneous: Resolutions of the Birmingham Art Club re Lukeman's design, 1925
13 27 Miscellaneous: Seal of the Monumental Association
13 28-29 Miscellaneous: Southern States Republican League, 1926
13 30-31 Miscellaneous: United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1924-1942; undated
13 32 Miscellaneous writings: "Biggest Book in the World"
13 33 Miscellaneous writings: Biographical Sketches of Confederate Generals
13 34-35 Miscellaneous writings: Geology and History of Stone Mountain
13 36 Memorabilia: Granite from General Lee's figure
Medals and Coins (housed in Special Collections medals collection)
- - 2 Stone Mountain half dollars, 1925; 4 Children's Founders Roll medals, c. 1927; 1 Battle of Atlanta medal, 1964; 1 Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial medal, 1970; 1 Living Veterans Roll Medal, ca. 1927; 1 bronze medal designed by Gutzon Borglum, 1924
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