English-Speaking Union records
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English-Speaking Union records

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: English-Speaking Union of the United States. Savannah Branch.
Title: English-Speaking Union records
Dates: 1928-1989
Extent: 1.5 cubic feet (2 boxes)
Identification: MS 1865

Biographical/Historical Note

The English-Speaking Union of the United States is a non-profit, non-political, educational organization whose mission is to promote scholarship and the advancement of knowledge through the effective use of English in an expanding global community. There are seventy two branches of the English-Speaking Union in the United States, one of them being in Savannah, Georgia. The Savannah branch includes a group of members who have an interest in learning more about their heritage and support the mission of the English-Speaking Union of the United States by initiating innovative programs to expand and improve the comprehension and use of the English language worldwide.

Scope and Content Note

This collection contains correspondence, minutes, membership records, bylaws, newsletters and other miscellaneous materials relating to the English-Speaking Union of the United States in Savannah, Georgia from 1928 to 1989.


This collection is arranged into 2 boxes:

Box 1: Correspondence, clippings, newsletters, meeting notices, minutes, memorandums, membership records, bylaws, reports, poster, 1969-1989

Box 2: Minutes, correspondence, clippings, membership lists, bylaws, program records, financial reports, 1928-1989

Index Terms

Bylaws (administrative records)
Clippings (information artifacts)
English-Speaking Union of the United States. Savannah Branch.
Letters (correspondence)
Minutes (administrative records)

Administrative Information

Processing information

This collection is processed at the Basic Level (or collection level). There is no detailed inventory for this collection as it is not fully processed. To request that this collection be added to our priority list of collections to be fully processed as staffing and funding allow, please contact the Library and Archives staff.


Access restrictions

The collection is open for research.


Encoding funded by a 2008 Archives-Basic Projects grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.