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Industrial Index Collection (Unbound) (MC 304) - Columbus State University

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Industrial Index Collection (Unbound) (MC 304)

Scope and Content

This consists of scattered duplicate issues of the Industrial Index. There is also a bound set, cataloged and shelved in the Archives Research Room.

1912-1928 5 boxes (5 l.f.)

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Industrial Index Collection (Unbound) (MC 304) Columbus State University Archives Columbus, Georgia

Provenance

Unknown

Box List

Industrial Index Magazine

Box 1

  • Folder 1 - Guide to the Industrial Index, 1986
  • Folder 2 - Vol. XIV, # 29 - A Great Year at Columbus, Ten Million Dollars Expended in New Construction, Industrial Enlargements and General Improvements, December 31, 1919
  • Folder 3 - Vol. XVIII, # 2 & 3 - Anniversary Number, We're Seventeen, now, June 27, 1923
  • Folder 4 - Vol. XVIII, # 15 & 16 - Good Roads Number, September 26, 1923
  • Folder 5 - Vol. XIX, # 6 - Anniversary Number, The South's Strong, Safe Position, July 16, 1924
  • Folder 6 - Vol. XIX, # 12 - Good Roads Number, The South's Tremendous Road-Building Program, August 27, 1924
  • Folder 7 - Vol. XXII, # 13 - Columbus Number, August 31, 1927
  • Folder 8 - Vol. XXII, # 46 - Columbus Centennial Number, The Pioneer Breed, April 18, 1928
  • Folder 9 - Columbus Centennial Number, April 18, 1928
  • Folder 10 - Vol. XXIII, # 52 - Columbus Number, Year One, Century Two, May 29, 1929

Box 2

  • Folder 1 - Vol. XXV, # 5 - Columbus Number, Columbus Georgia, June 1929 to June 1930, The Story of a Year in One of the South's Most Rapidly Growing Cities, July 2, 1930
  • Folder 2 - Vol. XXV, # 39 - Columbus Number, Columbus, Georgia, February 25, 1931
  • Folder 3 - Vol. XXV, # 52 - Silver Anniversary, In Just 25 Years, May 27, 1931
  • Folder 4 - Vol. XXX, # 7 - Another Forward Movement Begins in Columbus, Georgia, July 31, 1935
  • Folder 5 - Vol. XXXI, # 7 - A Year of Building Public Works and Industrial Progress, July 29, 1936
  • Folder 6 - Vol. XXXIII, # 22 - Fort Benning, Georgia, Home of the Infantry School of the US Army, November 30, 1938
  • Folder 7 - Columbus Number, 1939
  • Folder 8 - Vol. XXXIV, # 19 - A Third of a Century in the Southeast, The Authentic Story of 33 Years of Progress, Growth and Development in Ten States, October 25, 1939
  • Folder 9 - Vol. XXXIV, # 44 - A Year of Notable Progress at Columbus, Georgia, March 27, 1940
  • Folder 10 - Vol. XXXV, # 14 - Phenix City, Alabama, A Rapidly Growing Southern City, with Marked Development in Recent Years, Offering Unusual Opportunities to New Industries, August 28, 1940
  • Folder 11 - Vol. XXXV, # 23 - The US Infantryman of Today at Fort Benning, A Year of Marked Progress at Fort Benning, Georgia, Home of the Infantry of the US Army, October 30, 1940

Box 3

  • Folder 1 - Vol. XXXIV, # 50 - On the Columbus Improvement Line, April 30, 1941
  • Folder 2 - Vol. XXXVI, # 11 - The Government id Dipping First into this and then into that, August 20, 1941
  • Folder 3 - Vol. XXXVI, # 21 - The Spirit of Welcome to Phenix City, Alabama, October 29, 1941
  • Folder 4 - Vol. XXXVI, # 26 - The Grim Game of War at Fort Benning, December 10, 1941
  • Folder 5 - Vol. XXXVI, # 45 & 46 - Progress on the Manufacturing Line at Columbus, April 29, 1942
  • Folder 6 - Vol. XXXVII, # 15 & 16 - Civic Body Sponsors Recreational Project, September 30, 1942
  • Folder 7 - Vol. XXXVII, # 25 - Fort Benning, Georgia, The Story of the World's Greatest Military School, December 2, 1942
  • Folder 8 - Vol. XXXVIII, # 1 - All Out - All Around the Clock - On War Goods, June 30, 1943
  • Folder 9 - Vol. XXXVIII, # 23 - Welcome to Phenix City, Alabama, December 1, 1943
  • Folder 10 - Vol. XXXVIII, # 27 - Charge of the American Soldier! December 29, 1943Folder 11 - Vol. XXXIX, # 1 - This Columbus Plant Busy on Rayon Tire Cord - Postwar Development in Southeast Will be Record-Breaking, June 28, 1944Folder 12 - Vol. XXXIX, # 27 - Russell County's Sons of Forth to War, December 27, 1944

Box 4

  • Folder 1 - Vol. XXXIX, # 40 - Headquarters the Infantry School, March 28, 1945
  • Folder 2 - Vol. XXXIX, # 44 - Fort Benning Section - Headquarters the Infantry School, April 25, 1945
  • Folder 3 - Vol. XXXX, # 30 - Columbus Section - $ 600,000 Office Building Now Under Construction, December 26, 1945
  • Folder 4 - Columbus Number, 1945
  • Folder 5 - Vol. XXXX, # 30 - Columbus Section - $ 600,000 Office Building Now Under Construction, January 16, 1946
  • Folder 6 - Vol. XXXXI, # 6 - Phenix city Section - Fine Modern Hospital for Phenix city, Alabama, August 7, 1946
  • Folder 7 - Vol. XXXXI, # 38 - Fort Benning Section - The Spirit of Fort Benning, March 26, 1947
  • Folder 8 - Vol. XXXXII, # 6 - Lumber-Laden Landscapes and the State of an Important Industry, August 13, 1947
  • Folder 9 - Vol. XXXXII, # 12 - Columbus Section - A Beautiful New Church Building at Columbus, Georgia, November 26, 1947
  • Folder 10 - Columbus Number, 1947
  • Folder 11 - Vol. XXXXIII, # 5 - Phenix City Section - A Modern Industrial Plant at Phenix City, Alabama, July 28, 1948
  • Folder 12 - Vol. XXXXIII, # 23 - Fort Benning Section - Teamwork in the Field at Fort Benning, November 24, 1948
  • Folder 13 - Vol. XXXXIV, # 5 - Columbus Section - St-Francis Hospital Now Being Built at Columbus, Georgia, July 20, 1949
  • Folder 14 - Vol. XLVII, # 21 - Columbus section - A Stately, Beautiful New Church at Columbus, Georgia, October 29, 1952

Box 5

  • Folder 1 - Vol. XLIX, # 8 - Columbus Section - New $ 6,000,000 Sunshine Biscuits Plant at Columbus, Georgia, July 28, 1954
  • Folder 2 - Vol. L, # 24 - Phenix city Section - New Plant of Barbee Fixture MFG. CO., Phenix city, Alabama, November 30, 1955
  • Folder 3 - Vol. L, # 39 - Columbus Section - Part of $ 1,838,000 New Hospital Project at Columbus, June 27, 1956
  • Folder 4 - Vol. LI, # 9 - Phenix city Section - $ 884, 000 Hospital Additions Project, Phenix City, Alabama, October 24, 1956
  • Folder 5 - Vol. LII, # 15 - Columbus Section - A Beautiful, Commodious Auditorium for Columbus, September 25, 1957
  • Folder 6 - Vol. LIII, # 11 - Fort Benning Section - The US Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia, June 25, 1958
  • Folder 7 - Vol. LII, # 50 - Phenix city Section - New Sherwood Elementary School, Phenix City, Alabama, March 26, 1958
  • Folder 8 - Vol. LIII, # 33 - Columbus Section - Oliver Dam of Georgia Power Co. Nears Completion, April 22, 1959
  • Folder 9 - Vol. LIV, # 3 - Phenix city Section - Site of $ 1.5 Million Shopping Center, Phenix city, Alabama, October 7, 1959
  • Folder 10 - Vol. LVI, # 8 - Columbus Number - New $ 1,575,647 Fourth St. Bridge, Columbus, Georgia, January 13, 1962
  • Folder 11 - Vol. LV, # 10 - Columbus Section - Section of Walter F. George Dam, $ 79,000,000 Project, November 23, 1960

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