|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Georgia. Secretary of State.|
|Creator:||McLendon, S. G., -1928.|
|Title:||Georgia, Secretary of State seal certification|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
The Secretary of State is an elected constitutional official in the state of Georgia. One of his or her many duties is acting as the keeper of the Great Seal of Georgia. Samuel G. McLendon served as Georgia's Secretary of State from 1919 until 1928, when he died in office.
This collection consists of a certification by S.G. McLendon, Secretary of State of Georgia, stating that the attached seal is the Great Seal of the State of Georgia and should be attached to instruments in writing authorized by acts of the General Assembly and by the governor. The certification, signed in Atlanta, is dated November 18, 1921.
[Item identification], Georgia, Secretary of State seal certification, MS 1039, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|Item 1: Certification of the Great Seal of the State of Georgia, 1921 November 18|
|Certification of S.G. McLendon, Secretary of State of Georgia, that the seal attached to the certificate is the Great Seal of the State of Georgia and should be attached to instruments in writing authorized by acts of the General Assembly and by the governor, Atlanta.|