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The collection spans 1933 to 1979 and consists of administrative records, correspondence, promotional booklets, newspaper clippings, and related materials documenting the activities of Liberty County organizations in which Corrie McDowell Martin was actively involved. Materials include a two-volume record of Daughters of the American Colonists (1940-1957); founding documents of the Midway Museum, Inc.; United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1949-1973 and other materials that document the history of Midway and Liberty County, Georgia.
Corrie McDowell Martin, Liberty County, Midway
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Gift of Drs. George A. Rogers and R. Frank Saunders, 1970s
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Zach S. Henderson Library Special Collections, "Corrie McDowell Martin papers" (1970). Finding Aids. 114.