Cary O. Brinson Collection (MC 202)
Cary O. Brinson was born April 30, 1919 and died September 23, 2003. His wife's name was Carolyn A. Brinson.
Scope and Content
The collection contains some home movies, including a visit by Gerald Ford to Warm Springs, Georgia and another of the 1938 World's Fair in New York, as well as audio tapes of music performances in Columbus, Georgia, and a few mostly music-related booklets. 1930s-1990s 1 box (.3 l.f.)
Permission to Publish
Permission to publish material from the Cary O. Brinson Collection must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required: Cary O. Brinson Collection (MC 202) Columbus State University Archives Columbus, Georgia
Donated by Cary O. Brinson in 2003.
Box and Folder/Item List
- Folder 1 - Springer Theatre program for The King and I, September 1967
- Folder 2 - Kiwanis Club material, perhaps related to their music committee, 1970
- Folder 3 - First Presbyterian Church of Columbus material, 1970s
- Folder 4 - Christmas booklets (carols, poems, etc.), n.d.
- 6 cassette tapes of various organ recitals at the First Presbyterian Church, 1980s-1990s
- Cassette tape relating to the funeral of Dorothy Alice Metcalf Thomas (September 2, 1949-January 12, 1997)
- Cassette tape of the All Georgia Senior High School Chorus, 1981
- Cassette tape of Allen Levi titled Word from Home, copyrighted 1988
- Cassette labeled Youth Sunday Emily Johnson, Lindsay Dalby David Bolla, October 20, 1996
- 8 mm film labeled 1938 N.Y. World's Fair, 1938
- 8 mm film labeled Carolyn Martin, Flossie Patterson, Robert Goody, Polly Lamar, Betty Whitaker, President Roosevelt, n.d.
- 8 mm film labeled Billy's graduation, Picnic with Eakles, Barrs, Unveregts at Robin Lake Beach, Calloway and Pine Mountain, n.d.
- Nine 8 mm films without labels, n.d.