Monthly Archives: June 2011

1960 Detailed Map of Augusta

We’d like to thank Marsha Cole for donating a notebook that contains detailed fire department maps of Augusta from about 1959-1960. What makes the maps so special is that buildings and parks that have long since disappeared or moved are on the maps, making it a snapshot of Augusta 60 … Continue reading

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Common Problems and Roadblocks Forum

Just a reminder that we will be having a Genealogy Forum tomorrow, Tuesday, June 21, at 2:00 in the Georgia Room. It will be a round table type discussion about common problems and roadblocks in genealogy research and we’ll discuss … Continue reading

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Sacred Heart Brides

Calling all brides! Sacred Heart Cultural Center wants wedding photos that were taken at Sacred Heart from the years 1900 through 2011. Sacred Heart eventually wants to publish these photos in a book that spotlights the Sacred Heart Bride. So … Continue reading

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Superintendent’s House

We had an out-of-town patron visit the Georgia Room yesterday. She was looking for a picture of the Superintendent’s House to the old Augusta Stockade that was located on 15th Street. Her grandfather, Frank Evan Morgan, was Superintendent of the … Continue reading

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Summer Genealogy Programs

Here in the Georgia Heritage Room, we have some interesting programs planned for this summer. The first will be held on June 21st at 2:00 with our Genealogy Forum. If you have some experience with genealogy, enough to have reached a roadbock or two,  have … Continue reading

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