We appreciate the gifts of
books and materials that have arrived at The Odom Library in the last
couple of months. These books greatly enhance the collection and will
benefit our patrons for many years to come.
If you have one book or a
collection of books and would like to donate them to The Odom Library,
just send them to: The Odom Library, PO Box 2828, Moultrie, GA 31776-2828
or if you wish to use UPS or FedEx, use 204 5th St., SE in Moultrie, GA
We surely do appreciate the
gift of Mr. R. Carol McLean of Rockingham, North Carolina who gave John D.
McLean - Scottish Immigrant to Rocky Fork Creek, Richmond County, North
Carolina 1760-1846 and His Descendants.
We thank Sarah O. Dunaway
of Atlanta, Georgia who donated Confederate Reminiscences and Letters
1861-1865, Vol. XVIII.
How to be a Champion at
Life was donated by The American Cherokee Confederacy in honor of William
Rattlesnake Jackson of Albany, Georgia.
Wendy Wood of Columbus,
Georgia donated Long-Distance Genealogy - Researching Your Family History
Diane Shrock has donated A
Robbins Family History.
Susan Harris of Albany,
Georgia has donated Genealogical Abstracts from 18th Century Virginia
Newspapers, Finding Your people in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia,
History of Hampshire County, West Virginia.
Kathleen Booster Dowell of
Lakeland, Florida has donated twenty-three books to the library. If you
would like a listing, please write Irene Godwin, Odom Library Manager at
PO Box 2828, Moultrie, GA 31776-2828.
Marilyn Maxwell Malone and
Maureen Maxwell Tipton, both of Metairie, Louisiana have donated in honor
of their father, Murvan M. "Scotty" Maxwell, founder of the Clan Maxwell
Society of the USA, seventeen boxes of books from their father's
collection! (See photograph elsewhere in this publication.)
A. C. Cunningham of Bossier
City, Louisiana a copy of Southern Martyrs.
Susie Kannada-Mohr of
Orinda, California has donated The Saga of Clan Kennedy - A Kennedy/Kenedy/Kannady/Canaday/Kanada/Kannada
Family Book of Genealogy (With connecting Families.)
Mary Ellen Long of
Colville, Washington has donated Twenty-Fifth Reunion Record of the Class
of 1915, University of Pennsylvania, The Medical Scope - Record of the
Class of Nineteen Hundred and Seventeen University of Pennsylvania.
Bill McMillian of Tifton,
Georgia has donated From England to Barbados - To Carolina, 1670 - 1700-
Recovering The Material Culture of First Generation Carolinians.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles W.
Peckham of Lebanon, Ohio has donated The Beason Family Genealogy to our
Paul Yates of Moultrie,
Georgia, has donated The Pandora 1931 - Annual of The University of