FLOURNOY FAMILY COLLECTION

Manuscript MS-2005.07

1942-1967

 

SOURCE: Jackie Hornsby

SIZE: .1lf

SHELVING UNITS: 6 folders

PROCESSING: KEB, BNJ 2005

 

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:

Joseph Terrell Flournoy was born in Meriwether County, Georgia, on October 11, 1889. He lived most of his life in LaGrange and worked for the Unity Plant of Callaway Mills. His wife, Lula Flournoy, a native of Macon County, Georgia, was also an employee of Callaway Mills. Their son, Hugh D. Flournoy, who died October 14, 1990, was a veteran of World War II and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Disabled American Veterans. He worked as a sewing machine mechanic. Joseph Flournoy died on September 21, 1967; his wife died September 21, 1975.

 

SCOPE AND CONTENT:

This collection contains receipts and newsletters from various LaGrange businesses and other organizations for the years 1942 to 1967. Other items include greeting cards and a letter written by a soldier in Korea. Callaway Mills 25-Year Club booklets are also included.

 

CONTAINER LIST:

Folder

1 Callaway Mills 25-Year Club booklets (1960, 1965, 1966)
2 Cemetery, Insurance, and Hospital records, 1958-1967
3 Greeting Cards and a soldier's letter from Korea, n.d.
4 Household Bills (City of LaGrange, Southern Bell, Troup County Electric Membership Corporation, and a Hunting and Fishing License), 1956-1967
5 Stamp Saver Booklets, n.d.
6 World War II Military Papers, Private Hugh D. Flournoy, 1942

 

Artifacts

ART-2005.05 Maddox Funeral Home Fan (c. 1960s)
Maddox Funeral Home Calendar, 1964

 

Photographs

Folder 1 Unidentified photographs (10)

 

TRACINGS

Callaway Mills
World War II