Ella May Thornton letters, 1955-1964.

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Ella May Thornton letters, 1955-1964.

The collection consists of correspondence between former State Librarian, Ella May Thornton and Mr. John W. Bonner, Jr., head of Special Collections Department, University of Georgia Libraries, concerning reference questions and various papers Miss Thornton had given to the Library.

9 items (0.1 linear feet).

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SNAC Resource ID: 7247268

University of Georgia Main Library

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Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library

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The Hargrett Library traces its origins to the acquisition of the Wymberly Jones De Renne Library by the University of Georgia in 1938. The De Renne collection encompasses 10,000 items dated 1700 to 1931 and, at the time of its purchase, it constituted the largest and most important assemblage of books and manuscripts relating to the history of Georgia as colony and state. Another formative collection of the Hargrett Library is that of our namesake, Felix Hargrett, a businessman, book collect...

Thornton, Ella May, 1885-1971

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Ella May Thornton was the former State Librarian for the state of Georgia. From the description of Ella May Thornton letters, 1955-1964. (University of Georgia). WorldCat record id: 277148310 Ella May Thornton (1885-1971) was born on April 28, 1885 in Atlanta, Georgia. Her father was Eugene H. Thornton, a veteran of the Confederate Army, and later a banker, and president of the Atlanta Young Men's Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.). Miss Thornton never married and had no child...

Bonner, John

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Thornton, Ella May, 1885-1971

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Ella May Thornton was the former State Librarian for the state of Georgia. From the description of Ella May Thornton letters, 1955-1964. (University of Georgia). WorldCat record id: 277148310 Ella May Thornton (1885-1971) was born on April 28, 1885 in Atlanta, Georgia. Her father was Eugene H. Thornton, a veteran of the Confederate Army, and later a banker, and president of the Atlanta Young Men's Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.). Miss Thornton never married and had no child...

Georgia State Library

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