Charles A. Jones was a longtime professor in the textile engineering department at Georgia Tech. These papers, consisting almost entirely of correspondence, document his efforts to place Georgia Tech graduates in mill jobs throughout the Southeast.
Chipman-Union Mill was formed by the merger of Charles Chipman's Sons Company, Inc. and Union Manufacturing Company. These official records consist of legal, financial, and administrative documents spanning the company's entire history.
Chipman-Union Mill was formed by the merger of Charles Chipman's Sons Company, Inc. and Union Manufacturing Company. These photographs document the history of the mill.
This collection contains undated color slides illustrating the process of producing cotton fabric, from the cotton bale to the cloth.
The photographs in this collection include images of Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills' buildings and environs, employees, and machinery.
This collection of news clippings and magazine articles contains general background and historical information on the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills and the textile industry in the twentieth century.
The subject files consist of a wide range of files relating mainly to the history of Georgia Tech. The subject files contain a variety of newspaper clippings, articles, and ephemera on Georgia Tech academic and extracurricular life.
This collection contains a correspondence letter between the Little River Mill and the Universal Winding Company, alongside a history of the mill site produced by the Southeastern Archeological Services, Inc. in 1993.
This collections contains a number of schematics, photographs, and blue prints pertaining to the mill formerly located at Little River in Cherokee County, Georgia.
This collection consists mainly of the financial records of the Sibley textile mill prior to its merger with the neighboring Enterprise mill in 1936. Included are ledgers, journals, cash books, dividend books and other financial ledgers. A small number of business records (Series 1) include loose balance sheets, invoices, and bills extracted from the ledgers, as well as a 1922 land indenture (mortgage) on land on the south side of the Augusta Canal.