Guide to the Manuscript Collection of the Atlanta Historical Society (1976) and unpublished finding aids for all the listed collections.
Antoinette Johnson Matthews (b. 1895)
Papers, 1885–1974, 1.5 ft. In Box 3, there is a travel diary, summer 1961, describing a visit to Minsk, Leningrad, Moscow, Stalingrad, Sochi, and Yalta.
Benjamin Mart Bailey (1880-1945)
Papers, 1901–45, 4 ft. U.S. Army Officer (brigadier general). He served in the American Expeditionary Forces in Europe. There are 31 photographs (box 8, folder 1) of Company M, 31st Infantry of American Expeditionary Forces, in Suchan, Siberia, Vladivostok, and Khabarovsk, 1918–19. Included are photos of Russian officers in the Death's Head Battalion.
Clara Mildred Thompson
Papers, 1881–1975, 2.5 ft. Material pertaining to the Free Europe University in Exile, 1952, where Thompson was dean of women.
Mary V. (Mrs. E. L.) Connally (1850-1927)
Papers, 1830–1930, 1.5 ft. Contains a scrapbook of European travels, 1894–1895, 95 pp., with photos, postcards, and souvenirs of travel to Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Pyatt Green ("Paul Grant")
Papers, ca. 1875–95,.5 ft. Box 1, folder 3, contains a typed manuscript by Green, 20 pp., "The Death of Russia's Day-Dream a Story of the Romanoffs."