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Overview Materials relating to Barr’s activities, correspondence, and interests from his local offices in Georgia and Washington, D.C. Also contained are files kept by Jonathan Blythe, Barr’s chief of staff.
Overview This collection contains original records from the courts in Carroll County, Georgia, dating from 1869 to 1948 including accounts, convict camp records, the justice's court dockets of C.H. Murrell and E.B. Merrell, ledgers, mixed volumes, mortgage records, promissory notes, reports of convictions, and other materials.
Dates: 1869 to 1948
Overview This collection contains original grand jury records from Carroll County, Georgia, dating from 1890 to 1948. The grand jury heard cases for the crimes of abandonment, adultery, murder, bigamy, and wife-beating, and the true bills cover two time periods (1891-1918 and 1937-1948).
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.
Dates: circa 1868-1932
Overview This collection contains Carroll County Superior Court records from Carroll County, Georgia, dating from 1848 to 1967. This collection consists of divorce case files, accounts, appearance dockets, certiorari dockets, civil subpoena dockets, civil suits dockets, equity dockets, execution dockets, fees, issue dockets, motion dockets, petitions, and records of writs.
Overview Records of the League of Women Voters of Carrollton-Carroll County, formerly the Carrollton League of Women Voters, which has been active since 1961. A nonpartisan and non-profit organization, its work is to encourage active participation in government and elections through education and advocacy of the citizenry. Records include correspondence, event planning materials, brochures, leaflets, newsletters, and other materials.