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Carroll County Genealogical Society records

 Collection
Identifier: LH-0120
Overview Collection contains administrative records of the Carroll County Genealogical Society, including bulletins, clippings, meeting minutes, financial statements, and a scrapbook.

Carroll County, Georgia photograph collection

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Identifier: LH-0028
Overview This collection contains photographs and photographic negatives of Carroll County, Georgia. Most depict Carrollton, Georgia at the turn of the twentieth century and include scenery such as Adamson Square and the Fourth District A & M School.

Carroll County Ordinary Court records

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Identifier: LH-0004
Overview This collection contains original records from the Court of Ordinary in Carroll County, Georgia, dating from 1868 to 1932. One of the boxes in its entirety contains Highway Department of Georgia proposals and applications for new roads and bridges.

Carroll County School records

 Collection
Identifier: LH-0024
Overview This collection contains records produced by the Carroll County School System, including minutes from both the Principals’ Association and the Teachers Association. These minutes, along with School Front, a weekly column and newsletter about activities at various schools, date from the 1944-1945 school year. Two books published by the Carroll County School System (Policies and Procedures and First Yearbook: The Selection, Use, and Organization of Teaching Materials) are also in the collection.

Sarah Dimmock scrapbook

 Item
Identifier: LH-0124
Overview Scrapbook that belonged to Sarah Dimmock of Carroll County, Georgia.

Nancy Hallmark land lottery deed

 Collection
Identifier: LH-0116
Overview Original land deed from the 1831 Carroll County, Georgia lottery awarded to Nancy Hallmark.

Ruby W. Middlebrooks papers

 Collection
Identifier: LH-0013
Overview This collection contains the genealogical research about the Hendon and Hill families of Carroll County, Georgia that was compiled by Ruby Middlebrooks, a staff member of West Georgia College for twenty years. She also wrote an eight-page history of the school after President Ingram’s retirement.