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Baldwin County and Milledgeville, Georgia

A

  • Abbott, John
  • Abbott, Martin --“Memoirs of a Milledgeville Native: Augustus H. Hansel”
  • Adams, Joe -- 500 S. Jefferson Street: The Story of the Moore-McMillan-Wilson House”
  • African American History
  • African American History – Business Community
  • African American History – Colored Odd Fellows
  • African American History – First African Church [see also: Flagg, Wilkes]
  • African American History – Registry of Free Persons of Color (1832-1866)
  • African American History – "Separate Worlds in the Same Community: Baldwin County in the 1930's" [see: Hogan, James Carroll]
  • Agriculture
  • Allen, Dawson
  • Allen, Sara Canty Whitaker --“Old Oglethorpe University, Midway Georgia”
  • Allen's Invalid Home 
  • Allied Arts [see also: Arts Advocate/ Allen’s Market]
  • Almy, Patty -- “Abandoned House of ‘The Richest Man in Georgia’” (The Scott-Carter-Furman-Smith House)
  • Alpha Metro
  • American Missionary Association – Correspondence (Oct. 1865-Feb. 1866)
  • American Missionary Association – Correspondence (Mar. 1866-June 1866)
  • American Missionary Association – Correspondence (Oct.-Dec. 1866)
  • American Missionary Association – Correspondence (Jan. 1867-Dec. 1868)
  • American Missionary Association – Correspondence (date unknown)
  • Andalusia [see: Flannery O'Connor Vertical Files]
  • Andalusia Newsletters
  • Andrews, Charles Haynes
  • Andrews, Leslie -- “James Camak”
  • Andrews, Louis "Louie" [see: Memory Hill Cemetery]
  • Anglin, Chris -- “A Biographical Sketch of Dr. E.A Tigner”
  • Annual Report of Mayor Miller S. Bell (1922)
  • Anthrax Scare (2001)
  • Araujo, Maria del Pilar --“Hugh Donnelly Treanor”
  • Architecture in Georgia
  • Art
  • Arts Advocate [see also: Allied Arts]
  • Arts and Letters Festival
  • Avant, Scott Olen --“Put Your Hands Up: The Bill Miner Story”

B

  • Bain, Robert --“Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar”
  • "Baldwin Blues" [see: Ennis, Howard; Doles, George Pierce]
  • Baldwin County Agricultural Statistics -1860  (compiled by Dr, James C. Bonner)
  • Baldwin County – Annual Report [see: oversize box]
  • Baldwin County-Artists 
  • Baldwin County –Board of Education 
  • Baldwin County Commissioners 
  • Baldwin County High School
  • Baldwin County High School – Rain Dance Review [2 folders]
  • Baldwin County Miscellaneous
  • Baldwin County Profile
  • Baldwin County Senior Citizens' Center
  • Baldwin Hotel
  • Barnes, Judson --“Judge Iverson L. Harris”
  • Barnes, Judson. -- "Random House: A History."
  • Barnett, Nathan C.
  • Barry, Angela --“A Murder in Milledgeville: William A. Harris” (Richard Sanford Murder) 
  • Bast, Jonathan --“The Presidency of Guy G. Wells at GSCW”
  • Baugh, Bee Gee
  • Baugh, James
  • Baum, John P.
  • Beeson, Leola Selman --“Mrs. Jasper Luther”
  • Better Business Bureau
  • Bicentennial Celebration (1976)
  • Bicentennial Celebration (2003)
  • Binnicker, James C.  -- “Crime and Punishment, Milledgeville”
  • Biographical Sketches
  • Black Springs Baptist Church
  • Blanchard, Monica L. --“Guide to Charles Herty Holmes Papers”
  • Blandy Hills Elementary School 
  • Blind Willie Blues Festival
  • Blosser, Susan --“John Dudley Tatum”
  • Blosser, Susan --“Emily Hines Polhill (Nisbit)”
  • Boddie: J. F. Boddie High School
  • Bonner, James C.
  • Bonner, James C. --Civil War: “Sherman At Milledgeville”
  • Bonner, James C. --“Historic Markers, Milledgeville”
  • Bonner, James C. – Index to Milledgeville: Georgia's Antebellum Capital
  • Bonner, James C. – Index to Notecard Collection
  • Bonner, James C. – Photographs
  • Bowden, Col. Edwin T.
  • Boykin Hall 
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Baldwin County 
  • Branscomb, Anne Wells
  • Bridges
  • Brookes, Iverson Lewis 
  • Brown, Floria Elaine Dalves 
  • Brown's Crossing Craftsmen Fair
  • Bruning, Shanna. "Central State Hospital"
  • Buchanan, Matthew G. --Lucliius Henry Briscoe
  • Buchanan, Matthew G. --“Farrish Carter”
  • Buena Vista 
  • Buffington, Samuel
  • Burdell, William “Bill” --“Herschel V. Johnson”
  • Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands [see: Freedmen's Bureau]
  • Burgamy, Anne Buckner and Hugh Harrington.  "A Yankee Hero of Gettysburg and a Georgia Connection" (Joshua L. Chamberlain)
  • Burr, Aaron – Travels through Central Georgia
  • Bush, Effie Sharp
  • Business & Professional Women of Milledgeville
  • Business Closings
  • Businesses

C

  • Cachet
  • Califf, David A. – The Creek Indians
  • Capital [see: Old Capitol Building]
  • Camp Creek Church 
  • Campus Theatre
  • Carey, Robert --“Cabinet Making”
  • Carmolingo, Nicole. "Milledgeville's Adherence to the Fashion Trends…”
  • Casler, Leah A study of Moral and Medical Treatment in the 19th century in Milledgeville [Central State]
  • Cemeteries
  • Central Georgia Technical College
  • Central State Hospital
  • Central State Hospital. Georgia College. Producing for Digital Media. 
  • Central State Hospital "Gone to Milledgeville": Northeast Georgia Women and the Georgia State Sanitarium, 1886-1936. Laurie Jane Varner, UGA Dissertation, 2011.  
  • Central State-Doctors stories 
  • Central State Hospital – Historic Photographs 
  • Central State Hospital Cemetery
  • Central State Report
  • Census (1820)
  • Census (1990)
  • Census (1990)
  • Chancey, Andrew S. [see: African American History – "Separate Worlds in the Same…”
  • Chandler, Barbara Ann
  • Chandler, Ray [see: Stembridge, Marion Wesley]
  • Chen, Feinian  (John Ruggles Cotting)
  • Chief Seattle
  • Childers, William A. --“John A. Cuthbert”
  • Churches [see also: Baldwin County – Churches]
  • Chronology of notable events (1250-1996)
  • City Council City Hall City Seal
  • Civil War
  • Civil War – Centennial Celebration [2 folders]
  • Civil War – Jemison, Edwin Frances [see also: Memory Hill Cemetery]
  • Civil War – Secession [see also: Nullification Convention (1832); "Their Massive Pride"]]
  • Cliff's Variety and Thrift
  • Cobb, Howell
  • Collins, Dorothy --“A Narrative History of The Willis House, c. 1828-1834”
  • Colored Odd Fellows- Brief History
  • Columbia Center --McGaw Building) [see also: Kendall McGaw]
  • Collins, Dorothy M. [see: “A Narrative History of the Willis House, c. 1828-1834]
  • Community: Baldwin County in the 1930's"]
  • Community Chorus
  • Community Profile (March 1988)
  • Community Profile (November 1989)
  • Community Profile (undated Knight Foundation study)
  • Community Programs
  • Cooper's Community
  • Cordova, Sara. "The Battle at Home: A Look at Women on Milledgeville's Civil War Home Front"
  • Cotton
  • Courts and Courthouses
  • Coverdell, Paul D.
  • Cranford, Beaufort
  • Cranford, Peter
  • Creative Expressions Studio
  • Creekside Elementary School
  • Creel, Brad --“A Historic Look at the First Methodist Church in Milledgeville Georgia”
  • Creel, Brad --“Peter Jones Williams”
  • Creel, Brad –“Peter Fair, Sr.”

D

  • Davis, Nikki [see: Flagg, Reverend Wilkes]
  • Davis, Sallie Ellis [see also: Eddy School Neighborhood]
  • Deen, Johnathan [see: McKinley Family]
  • Deep Roots Festival
  • Deen, Paula
  • DeLaunay-DuBourg Families (will abstracts, family history)
  • Development Authority
  • Doles, George Pierce [see also: Ennis, Howard]
  • Dorman, Steve 
  • Downtown
  • DuBignon Family
  • Durden, Diane [see: Gaither, Col. Henry]

E

  • Eagle Ridge Elementary
  • Eagles (eagle release in Baldwin County)
  • Early, Joe
  • Eddy School Neighborhood [see also: Davis, Sallie Ellis; Flagg, Rev. Wilkes]
  • Edwards, Harry Stilwell 
  • Elderhostel
  • Elections (local)
  • English, Dr. Mildred E. 
  • Ennis, Charles 
  • Ennis, Howard [see also: Doles, George Pierce]
  • Entrepreneurs/Small Businesses
  • Executions [see also: Georgia State Penitentiary; Prisons; Old State Prison Farm]
  • Ezell, David L. [see: Doles, George Pierce; Civil War – "The Tunnel"]

F

  • Farris, Rochelle T. –“Gachets and Thorntons: Look to the rock From Which They Were Hewn”
  • Federal Pensioners (1882-1883)
  • Fest of Ville
  • Firefighters
  • Fireworks
  • First African Church [see: African American History – First African Church]
  • First Assembly of God 
  • First National Bank of Baldwin County 
  • First Presbyterian Church
  • Flanders, Lorene E. (Memory Hill: White Family Tours, 1996”)
  • Flanders, Lorene E. (Memory Hill: White Family Tours, 1999”)
  • Flanders, Lorene E. (Interview: Mrs. L.W. Lane [See Also: Sallie Ellis Davis]
  • Flagg Chapel Baptist Church
  • Flagg, Rev. Wilkes [2 folders; see also: Eddy School Neighborhood; Flagg Chapel Baptist Church]
  • Forstmann & Co., Inc.
  • Forts Committee Department of Archives and History –“Fort Fidius”
  • Fort Wilkinson
  • Foster, Rebecca –“The Adaptation of Historic Westover Plantation for Conventional Domestic Use”
  • Fountain, Wilson --“A Biographical Sketch of Fleming Grantland, 1790-1819”
  • Freedmen's Bureau (Baldwin County) – Records of the Supt. of Education – Letters received (Sep 1865-Jul 1867)
  • Freedmen's Bureau (Baldwin County) – Records of the Supt. of Education – Letters sent (Aug 1867-Feb 1868)
  • Freedmen's Bureau (Baldwin County) – Records of the Supt. of Education – Miscellaneous lists and memoranda (1865-1870)
  • Freedmen's Bureau (Baldwin County) – Records of the Supt. of Education – School Reports from teachers (Oct 1865-Aug 1867)
  • Freedmen's Bureau (Baldwin County) – Records of the Supt. of Education – School Reports from teachers (Sep 1867-May 1868)
  • Freedmen's Bureau (Baldwin County) – Records of the Supt. of Education – School Reports from teachers (Jun-Dec 1868)
  • Freedmen's Bureau (Baldwin County) – Records of the Supt. of Education – School Reports from teachers (Jan-Apr 1869)
  • Freedmen's Bureau (Baldwin County) – Records of the Supt. of Education – School Reports from teachers (Apr-Jul 1870)
  • French Drive
  • Frost, Dana --“Seaton Grantland”
  • Fry, Edgar A. --Carl Vinson: His Pre-Congressional Law Practice”
  • Fry, Edgar A. --“Zachariah Lamar”
  • Fujino, Yoko --“Mary Ann Lamar Cobb”
  • Furniture made in Milledgeville 

G

  • Gaither, Col. Henry
  • Garden Club
  • Gardner, Charles Ware. "Joseph Stovall & Thirteen Columns"
  • Gay, Ella Dunlap
  • Genealogy
  • Georgia Board of Regents
  • Georgia Bureau of Investigation – John T. "Sonny" King Memorial Building 
  • Georgia Casino Study
  • Georgia College & State University - African American
  • Georgia College & State University – Alma Mater [2 folders]
  • Georgia College & State University – Arts and Sciences Building
  • Georgia College & State University – Baccalaureate Address, 1936 (Dr. William D. Hooper) Georgia College & State University – Bone House (Frank E. Bone)
  • Georgia College & State University – Budget Request (1999)
  • Georgia College & State University – Calendar of Events (1999-2000)
  • Georgia College & State University – Centennial Year Celebration
  • Georgia College & State University – Center for Graduate and Professional Learning (Macon)
  • Georgia College & State University – Colonnade (student newspaper)
  • Georgia College & State University – Continuing Education & Public Services 
  • Georgia College & State University – Faculty/Staff Newsletter
  • Georgia College & State University – Faculty/Staff Profiles
  • Georgia College & State University – Financial Report (1998)
  • Georgia College & State University – "For A Jessie"
  • Georgia College & State University – General Newspaper Clippings (1920-1986)
  • Georgia College & State University – General Newspaper Clippings (1989-1990)
  • Georgia College & State University – General Newspaper Clippings (1991-1994)
  • Georgia College & State University – General Newspaper Clippings (1995-1997)
  • Georgia College & State University – General Newspaper Clippings (1999-2000)
  • Georgia College & State University - General Newspapers Clippings (2000-present)
  • Georgia College & State University- History
  • Georgia College & State University – Housing
  • Georgia College & State University – Library (Ina Dillard Russell Library)
  • Georgia College & State University – Music
  • Georgia College & State University – Parking Sub-Committee Observations 
  • Georgia College & State University – Postcards
  • Georgia College & State University – Russell Auditorium
  • Georgia College & State University – Sports [2 folders]
  • Georgia College & State University – Student Profiles
  • Georgia College & State University -Student Life 1970's
  • Georgia College & State University – Technology Plan (1999)
  • Georgia College & State University – Theatre
  • Georgia Military College [2 folders]
  • Georgia Military College Museum 
  • Georgia Normal & Industrial College (GN&IC)
  • Georgia Normal & Industrial College (GN&IC) – Lamar Hall [see: Georgia College & State University – Terrell Hall}
  • Georgia Power Plant Branch (Lake Sinclair)
  • Georgia State Penitentiary [see also: Executions; Prisons; Old State Prison Farm]
  • Georgia State Penitentiary History [5 folders]
  • Georgia State Prison Farm Recordings (Nov-Dec 1934)  on CD
  • Georgia Students
  • Georgia Trend
  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery
  • Georgia War Veterans Home
  • Georgia's Old Capital Museum
  • Giddings Investigation
  • Gingrich, Newt
  • GNIC Uniform Instructions, 1908
  • Golden, Maggie --“Historic Buildings: South Wayne Street, Milledgeville"
  • Goldstein, Jacob
  • Goldstein, Maxine
  • Goff, Jeff  --“Fishing Creek”
  • Goodman, Emily –“Martha Low Fannin
  • Goon, Robert --“Milledgeville’s Antebellum Libraries, 1810-1854”
  • Government
  • Government Officers
  • Governor's Mansion [see: Old Governor's Mansion]
  • Graham, Ruth
  • Grantland-Stevenson House 
  • Green, Verna C.
  • Greenway, Amy. "Moore's Ford Lynching"
  • Gregory, Alex (YKK)
  • Griffin, Floyd
  • Grumman Aircraft Systems
  • Gulley, Christie  (“Baldwin County – Census (1860 and 1870”)
  • Guidebook (1949)
  • Guy, Gaynie and Harrington, Hugh T. (“Julia Forge: Victorian Murderess”)

H

  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Hambrick, Paul F., III [see: Georgia College & State University – Peabody School]
  • Hammock, Emily Davidson [see: Williams-Ferguson-Lewis House]
  • Hardwick Christian Church 
  • Hardwick, Georgia – History
  • Hardy, Oliver
  • Harlem Globetrotters
  • Harmony Methodist Church
  • Harp, John --“Miller Grieve, Sr.”
  • Harrington, Hugh T. "The Finney-Stanley Shooting" 
  • Harrington, Hugh T. –“Georgia’s Dixie Haygood”
  • Harrington, Hugh T. and Lisa Ennis. -- "Milledgeville's Unusual Kenan-Strother Shootings" 
  • Harrington, Hugh T. and Alexandra Filipowski. -- "One-Legged Rufus Kelly Defends the Little Town of Gordon - Alone!" 
  • Harrington, Hugh T. -- "Murder on Main Street." 
  • Harrington, Hugh T. -- "The Strange Death of Capt. Abner Zachary." 
  • Harrington, Hugh T. -- "The Unusual Case of the Murder of Lemeul Smith." 
  • Harrington, Hugh T. -- "Was Michael Shaw Hanged for a Crime He Did Not Commit?" 
  • Harrington, Hugh T. -- “Unknown Civil War Soldiers”
  • Harrington, Susan --“How the Annie Abbot Act Was Performed (Dixie Haygood)”
  • Harris, Agnes Ellen
  • Harris, Robin O. –“Julia A. Flisch
  • Hawkins, Allison [see: Milledgeville – Historic Buildings – Corner of Wayne and Hancock Streets]
  • Health Education-Georgia College
  • Hendrickson, Howard [see also: Griswoldville, Georgia – Jones County Vertical Files]
  • Herren, Darryl & Marsha
  • Herring, Frank Stanley  
  • Heritage Foundation
  • Hill, Celestine
  • Hilson, Clint –“The Stembridge Affair: Marion Wesley Stembridge”
  • Hines, Nelle Womack
  • Historic District (Guidelines for Rehabilitation and New Construction)
  • Historic Preservation Commission
  • History [4 Folders]
  • Hogan, James Carroll [2 folders]
  • "The Homestead" [see: Williams-Ferguson-Lewis House]
  • Hopewell United Methodist Church
  • Hospice Care
  • Humphrey, Clint --“Augustus Holmes Kenan”
  • Humphrey, Clint --“Thomas Holmes Kenan”
  • Humphrey, Clint --“Samuel Walker”
  • Hunter, John --“The political Career of David Byrdie Mitchell”

I

  • ID Magazine
  • Indian Island
  • Ingle, Chris [see: African American History – Registry of Free Persons of Color (1832-1866)]

J

  • Jaeger Company [see: Final Report: Sallie Ellis Davis House]
  • Jail (Georgia College campus, circa 1976)
  • J.P. Stevens
  • John Howard Cemetery [see: Williamson-Howard Cemetery]
  • John Marlor Arts Center [see: Allied Arts]
  • John Milledge Academy 
  • John T. "Sonny" King Memorial Building [see: Georgia Bureau of Investigation]
  • Johnikin, Robyn [see: Troutman, Joanna]
  • Johns, Thomas [see: Civil War – Sherman at Milledgeville]
  • Johnson, Amanda
  • Johnson, Ann Polk Walker-wife of former Gov Herschel Vespian Johnson-thesis
  • Johnson, Herschel V.
  • Johnson, Ken [see: Opera House]
  • Jordan, Benjamin Smith
  • Joslyn, Mauriel

K

  • Keeler, Clyde [2 folders]
  • Kendall McGaw [see also: Columbia Center]
  • Kendall, Patricia --“Terrell Hall: A Chronological History”
  • Kerr, David G. --Civil War-“The Crippling of an Urban Elite”
  • Kidd, Senator Culver
  • King, Elizabeth --“Dixie the Georgia Wonder”
  • Kiwanis Club of Milledgeville
  • Knight Foundation
  • Kroger
  • Kaolin

L

  • Lake Sinclair [2 folders]
  • Lance, Phillips --“Their Massive Pride: The Georgia Secession Centennial Play, 1960”
  • Land Lotteries
  • Land Use Capability Survey (1943)
  • Lanier, Sidney 
  • Lataste, Lucien and Victor
  • Lawrence, Roberta [see: Georgia Miscellaneous Vertical Files – Carson McCullers]
  • Leach, Dexter –“Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar, Sr.”
  • Leatherwood, Matt --“Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar, Jr.”
  • Leatherwood, Matt --“Trinity Colored Methodist Church”
  • LeConte & Furman Family Papers
  • Lee, Collins P.
  • Library [see: Mary Vinson Memorial Library]
  • License and Tax Ordinance (1938)
  • "Little Georgia Magnet" [see: Haygood, Dixie]
  • Liquor Licenses"
  • Live Healthy Baldwin
  • Local Artists
  • Local Authors
  • Local Events
  • Local People in the News
  • Local Restaurants
  • Lockerly Arboretum

M

  • Macon College
  • Macon Tech
  • Main Street Commission
  • Major Thoroughfares [see: oversize box]
  • Maps [2 Folders]
  • Maranatha 
  • Mary Vinson Memorial Library
  • Mayors (1816-1979)
  • MBConnect (publication of Milledgeville-Baldwin County Chamber and Development Authority)
  • McDonald, Ben –“The 1832 Nullification Convention, Milledgeville, Georgia”
  • McGaw Building [see: Columbia Center]
  • McGee Exhibit
  • McGuigan, Michael --"A Compendium of the Life of Mirabeau Buonoparte Lamar,"
  • McKinley House –“William McKinley
  • McNair, Glen M. "The Trials of Slaves in Baldwin County, Georgia, 1812-1826"
  • Mead, Gregory C. --“Patrick Kane”
  • Mead, Jeffery --“ Film indexing Project Assessment, 13-WMAZ, Macon”
  • Melton, Sara --“Lovely Phantom”
  • Meyer, Herb
  • Miscellaneous [2 Folders]
  • Mead, Gregory C. [see: Kane, Patrick]
  • Memory Hill Cemetery
  • Memory Hill Cemetery – Community Celebration Texts
  • Midway Elementary School
  • Military Service
  • Milledgeville Architecture
  • Milledgeville-Baldwin County 2000+
  • Milledgeville-Baldwin County Chamber of Commerce
  • Milledgeville Boycotts
  • Milledgeville Centennial Celebration
  • Milledgeville History
  • Milledgeville Housing Authority
  • Milledgeville Medical Center
  • Milledgeville Memoirs
  • Milledgeville Music Club
  • The Milledgeville Players
  • Milledgeville Police Department
  • Milledgeville Rotary Club
  • Milledgeville Scene (various issues)
  • Milledgeville State Hospital [see: Central State Hospital]
  • Milledgeville Tree Board
  • Miller, Dorothy --“Economic Reports, Milledgeville”
  • Mills, Patrick H. --“Dr. Charles Holmes Herty”
  • Mines/mining   (Click on Virtual Vault. In the search box, type in: Mining, Baldwin County)
  • Mitchell, David Brydie-Governor of Georgia-thesis 
  • Mitchell, Nicole --“The Bell Family”
  • Mohawk Industries
  • Montfort, Regina L. [see: African American History – Business Community]
  • Moon, Nathan [see: Buffington, Samuel]
  • Mooncalf Press 
  • Moore, Jere Neuville 
  • Moore, Powell
  • Moran, Jennifer --“Robert McComb”
  • Morgan Chapel Baptist Church
  • Morgan, David [see: Civil War – Sherman at Milledgeville]
  • Morgan, Deanne --“Patience Barrow McKinley”
  • Myrick, Stith P.

N

  • NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
  • Nappy Roots
  • "National Air Mail Week"
  • "Native American Artifacts
  • National Children's Study
  • Neil, Mallory --“The Times They Are A Changing: Student Life at Georgia College in the 1970’s
  • Nelligan, Dorris [see: Flannery O'Connor Vertical Files – Sacred Heart Church]
  • Nelson, Sara Louise
  • Nestle Plant
  • Newell House 
  • Newsome, Cail --“The Sanford House and the Sanford Family”
  • Noah, Deborah –“Mrs. Max Noah
  • Northside Elementary School
  • Nuwaubians

O

  • Ocmulgee National Monument
  • O'Connor, Flannery [see: Flannery O'Connor Vertical Files]
  • O'Connor, Regina [see: Flannery O'Connor Vertical Files]
  • The Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission –“Community Profile, 1982”
  • Oconee Center 
  • Oconee Clay Products 
  • Oconee Regional Symphony Orchestra
  • Oconee Springs 
  • Oconee Mental Health & Mental Retardation Program 
  • Oconee Regional Medical Center 
  • Oconee River Greenway Authority (ORGA)
  • Oconee Town [see also: Rock Landing]
  • Oglethorpe University [2 folders]
  • Old Capitol Building [3 folders]
  • Old Capitol Building – Lafayette Tour
  • Old Capitol Celebration 
  • Old Governor's Mansion
  • Old State Prison Farm [see also: Executions; Georgia State Penitentiary; Prisons]
  • Old State Prison Farm – Prison song recordings (Nov.-Dec. 1934) [cassette and CD]
  • Olsen, Eric --“The Forgotten History of Wayne Street” (Waitzfelder Building)
  • Olympics 
  • Ordinances

P

  • Parham, Bobby
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Payne, Timothy --“Benjamin Smith Jordan”
  • Payne, Timothy --"Mirabeau Buonoparte Lamar: Georgia Native, Texas Revolutionary,"
  • Payne, Timothy --“Tomlinson Fort Newell”
  • Peabody High School [see: GC – Peabody School]
  • Peeler, J. Michael
  • Perkins, Donna --“Dr. Amanda Johnson”
  • Peterson, Amanda:  --“Anna Maria Green Cook”
  • Persian Gulf War
  • Phillips, Lance [see: “Their Massive Pride: The Georgia Secession Centennial Play 1960”]
  • Phillips, Ulrich Bonnell
  • Pilgrimage Day Celebration (1952)
  • Play! A Creative Studio
  • Police Department
  • Politics
  • Pope, Katherine H. --Milledgeville-Baldwin County Convention and Visitors Bureau: Building Survey and Internship Experience”
  • Pratt, Amanda --“Fleming Grantland”
  • Pratt, Daniel
  • Prince, Christy –“Dr. Tomlinson Fort, Sr.
  • Prisons [see also: Executions; Georgia State Penitentiary; Old State Prison Farm]
  • Private Prisons
  • Probate Court
  • Profiles of Residents [3 folders]
  • Progressive Farmers Club

R

  • Ramsdale, Theodore --“A Brief Study on Runaway Slave Ads in Antebellum Milledgeville Newspapers”
  • Recycling
  • Reece, Barry –“Peter Cline”
  • Register, Alvaretta Kenan --“The Kenan Family”
  • Reid, Templeton
  • Relay For Life 
  • Reunion
  • Rhea, Carter “Was the Milledgeville Riot About Flour or Fabric?”
  • Rheem
  • Rivenbark, Grace. "A Life of Fortune: An Oral History of Mr. Lee Dickens"
  • River Edge Behavioral Health Center
  • Roberts, Jamie --“Prostitution in Early Milledgeville”
  • Roberts, William C. --“Tomlinson Fort”
  • Rock Landing (2 folders) 
  • Samuel Rockwell House 
  • Russell, Ina Dillard
  • Russell, Mary Virginia Harrison-thesis

S

  • Sacred Heart Catholic Church [see: Flannery O'Connor Vertical Files] 
  • S.A.F.E. (Successful Avenue for Family Enrichment)
  • Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church 
  • Salminiitty, Satu
  • Sanford House
  • Sanford, Lamonica Jenkins (Sallie Ellis Davis)
  • Sanford, Richard H. [see: Harris, William A.]
  • Sanford, Terry --“Daniel Sanford’s Family History”
  • Sausinger, Didier --“Clyde B. Keeler”
  • Schiflett, Laurel --“Furniture of Baldwin County, 1850-1855”
  • Scholly, Livy --“Frank Stanley Herring” (2 of 2)
  • Schools
  • Scott, Nancy --“History of Hotels and Tavern in Milledgeville”
  • Scott, Nancy --“Richard McAlister Orme”
  • Scottsboro Community
  • Seal
  • Second Macedonia Baptist Church
  • Seda III, Eugenio E. "Memories of Hospital: Central State and the Cuban Doctor That Worked There"
  • Segrest, Mab
  • September 11th
  • Sesquicentennial (1952) [see also: Stembridge, Marion Wesley]
  • Sellers, Frederick --“John and Ann Marlor”
  • Seymour, Martha. --“Five Hundred Years of a Wright Family”
  • Sheriff's Department and Jail
  • Shiflett, Laura. [see: Furniture of Baldwin County, 1850-1855”]
  • Shockley, Leanne --“Jessie Sanford”
  • Sibley, John [VHS cassette]
  • Sibley, Ulysses Erwin
  • Slater Family- Bob Wilson
  • Slavery [2 folders; see also: African American History]
  • Smith, Mary Jane
  • Sparks, Jared – Visit to Milledgeville (1826)
  • Spence, Byron --“Early Athletics at GN&IC”
  • SPLOST, Milledgeville (2012) [see business]
  • Spotlight
  • Springtown, Inc.
  • Stanford, Henry King
  • Statehouse
  • State Sanitarium- Nurses School
  • Stembridge, Marion Wesley [2 folders; see also: Paris Trout]
  • Stembridge, Marion Wesley – "Marion Stembridge and the Stembridge Murders," by Patti Wright
  • Stembridge, Marion Wesley – Transcript of murder indictment (The State vs. Marion W. Stembridge, July 1949)
  • Stevens, Henry –“Stevens Pottery 
  • Strickland, Diane Daniel --“The One and Only Kate Thrash”
  • Strickland, Stan

T

  • Tales from the Back Stoop
  • Tate House
  • Taylor, Brittany --“Georgia State Sanitarium Nurses Training School, 1810-1947”
  • Technical College System of Georgia
  • Telephone
  • Tourism Tours Tours of Homes Voter Registration List (1961)
  • Thigpen, John Victor [see: Central State Hospital]
  • Thomas, Bren –“The Slater Family”
  • Thompson, Hugh
  • Thomas, Kent --“Building Guides, Atlanta”
  • Thornton, Martha Carpenter
  • Thornton, Mrs. John P. --“Mary Vinson Memorial Library”
  • Time Capsule
  • Train Schedule
  • Transportation
  • Trawick, Jessie T.
  • Turner, Jim --“A Biographical Sketch of Samuel Walker”

U

  • Uhler, Margaret [see: Flannery O'Connor Vertical Files – Sacred Heart Church]
  • U.S. Naval Ordinance Plan 
  • U.S. Women's Naval Reserves [see: WAVES]
  • U.S.S. Carl Vinson [see: Vinson, Carl]

V

  • Van Tone, Kevin --“The Founding of Milledgeville, 1803”
  • Veal, Brian L. "Dr. James C. Bonner: A Biography"
  • Veterans
  • Veterinarians
  • Victory Baptist Church
  • Vinson, Carl
  • Vinson, Carl – U.S.S. Carl Vinson
  • Vinson, E.A.
  • Vought Aircraft Industries

W-Y

  • Waggoner, Jamie --“Abner Hammond: A Tale From the Files of a Secret Agent”
  • Wagner, Kathryn. --"Precarious Education: Milledgeville's First Schools, 1807-1829."
  • Wall, Russell (Lucius Quintus Lamar, Sr.: Milledgeville Lawyer and Judge)
  • Walston, Rosa Lee
  • Ward, Cecil
  • Water and Sewage Committee
  • Waters, Cherry --“Wilkes Flagg”
  • Watson, Daniel J. --“Reverend Joseph Clay Stiles”
  • Watson, Daniel J. --“Mount Nebo”
  • Watts, Jimmy
  • Webb, Gloria --“A Biographical Sketch of Bardel Palmer Stubbs”
  • White, Edward
  • White, John Dr.
  • Wilborne, Donald Thorndike [see: African American History – First African Church]
  • Williams, Jim --“Leopold Waitzfelder”
  • Williams, Lucinda
  • Williams-Ferguson-Lewis House [see also: Williams, Peter Jones]
  • Williamson, Christine E. --“General Jett Thomas”
  • Williamson, Christine E --“A Study of the U.S. Women’s Naval Reserves at the Georgia State College for Women, 1943-45”
  • Williamson-Howard Cemetery
  • Wilson, Bob
  • Wireless Broadband Networks
  • Woman's College of Georgia – Campus maps
  • Wood, Cullen --“A Compilation of Names and Individuals Buried in Coopers Cemetery”
  • Woodville
  • World News 2000-2005
  • Worsham, Sandra
  • Wright, Patty [see: Stembridge, Marion Wesley]
  • Wynne, Tony M.  – “The Freedmen’s Bureau”
  • YES Program
  • Youth Development Center
  • Yummo Yogo