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Thu Feb 12 22:17:53 2015 UTCnc-jacobs pharmacy atlanta ga0.00Terrell Family Papers,0.000.00Terrell Family Papers,lccn-n2004094742Atlanta (Ga.).Fire Departmentlccn-n95072327Long, Crawford Williamson1815-1878np-jacobs, sinclair$1889 1929Jacobs, Sinclair1889-1929lccn-n92026069Girls High School (Atlanta, Ga.)viaf-299399757Jacobs familylccn-no93001557North Georgia Agricultural Collegenp-terrell, ralph$1892 1973Terrell, Ralph1892-1973np-lipscomb, andrewLipscomb, Andrewlccn-n79043128University of Georgialccn-n77004493Terrell, John1869-1933Jacobs' Pharmacy (Atlanta, Ga.)HistoryGeorgia--AtlantaMerchantsUniversity of GeorgiaLong, Crawford Williamson,Coca-Cola CompanyDrugstoresGirls High School (Atlanta, Ga.)GeorgiaPhysiciansNorth Georgia Agricultural CollegeJacobs familyAtlanta (Ga.).--Fire DepartmentFire departments22211ocn169915914mixTerrell, JohnTerrell Family PapersThe scope of this collection ranges through two generations of the Terrell Family. Beginning with the papers of John Terrell and continuing with the papers of his son, Ralph Terrell and John Terrell's daughter, Evelyn. The early papers include materials collected by John Terrell in his career as a fireman. These papers include correspondence, fraternal order membership cards, and newspaper clippings. Significant additions to the collection are two diaries for the years 1930 and 1931. The entries, for the most part, concern John Terrell's activities while he served as Fire Chief. The papers of Ralph Terrell document his efforts to establish a career in the military. Early correspondence records his educational efforts at the North Georgia Agricultural College and his enlistments in the Army and the Coast Guard. Although the records of Evelyn Terrell are few, these papers document her education from Girls' High School through the Atlanta division of the University of Georgia Business School. There are also some miscellaneous papers including a business card from Jacob's Pharmacy, a 1949 street guide of Atlanta, and a memorial card for the death of Rotha Terrell11ocn155848050mixJacobs, JosephJoseph and Sinclair Jacobs PapersHistoryThe majority of this collection documents the professional activities of Dr. Joseph Jacobs, and his son Sinclair Jacobs as proprietors of Jacobs' Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia. Among the official records of Jacobs' Pharmacy are samples of labels for products, a notebook and loose papers containing formulae for medicines and cosmetics, product catalogs, copies of JACOB'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE, and official correspondence. The collection also contains personal items of Joseph and Sinclair Jacobs, including professional journals such as DRUG TOPICS, and the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACY. Also included are newspaper clippings, and speeches and writings by Joseph Jacobs on the subjects of Crawford Long, the Coca-Cola Company, the Pharmaceutical Museum at Nuremberg, and medical drugs used during the Civil WarFri Feb 13 11:06:55 EST 2015batch4117