Eitel Bauer files, [ca. 1940-1985].
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Eitel "Pewee" Bauer, forester and engineer, managed the Callaway timber land and designed and supervised most of the land development projects undertaken by Cason J. Callaway, including Callaway Gardens. From the description of Eitel Bauer files, [ca. 1940-1985]. (Troup County Archive). WorldCat record id: 38476160 ...
The One Hundred Georgia Better Farms Program was an outlet for Cason J. Callaway's plan for agricultural reform. The program called for groups of seven individuals to invest $1,000 each to purchase and improve a 100 acre farm. From the description of Better Farms Program files, 1944-1950. (Troup County Archive). WorldCat record id: 38476147 Cason Jewell Callaway (1894-1961), textile manufacturer, farmer, businessman, and founder of Callaway Gardens (Pine Mountain, Ga.), marr...
Henry J. Toombs, architect and sculptor, was born in Cuthbert, GA; attended the U.S. Naval Academy, 1913-1916; received B.S. (1921) and M.A. (1923) degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in architecture; worked for McKim, Mead, and White, New York architects; began independent architectural work for the Roosevelt family, ca. 1926; associated with Eric Gugler, architectural offices in New York City; served as architect for Georgia Warm Springs Foundation; opened offices in Warm ...