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Archive Files of the Jekyll Island Museum. Jekyll Island Museum Archives. Jekyll Island, GA

Barefoot, P. (2000). Brunswick, The City By The Sea. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing Company.

"Brunswick-By-The-Sea." (1888, December). Harper's Magazine, pp. 17-21.

Brunswick City Directory for 1890. (1890). Atlanta, GA: Constitution Job Office.

Brunswick City Directory 1912. (1912). Young & Company Publishers. Brunswick, GA: Glover Bros., Printers.

The Brunswick News. (1909-1954). Brunswick-Glynn County Library. Brunswick, GA.

"Brunswick, The City By The Sea, A pamphlet Descriptive of Brunswick and Glynn County, Georgia." (1885). Issued by the Advertiser and Appeal newspaper. Brunswick, GA: T. G. Stacy & Son.

Brunswick-Times Advertiser. (1895). Brunswick-Glynn County Library. Brunswick, GA.

Cate, M. D. (1930). Our Todays and Yesterdays: A Story of Brunswick and the Coastal Islands. Brunswick, GA: Glover Brothers, Inc.

Chernow, R. (1990) The House of Morgan, an American Banking Dynasty and the Rise of Modern Finance. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.

Farrisee, A. (2000). The Three Governor Controversy. [On-line]. Available Internet: www.sos.state.ga.us/capitolguide/appendixc.htm

Fendig, B. (1998). Brunswick, The Ocean Port of Georgia. Darien, GA: Darien Printing & Graphics.

Forbes, B.C. (1916) Men Who Are Making America. New York, NY: B.C. Forbes Publishing Co.

Green, R. E. (1982). St. Simons Island: A summary of its history. New York, NY: Arner Publications.

Historic Glimpses of St. Simons Island. (1973). Published by Coastal Georgia Historical Society.

Hull, B. (1980). St. Simons Enchanted Island. Atlanta, GA: Cherokee Publishing Co.

Jekyll's Golden Islander. (1971-1985). Jekyll's Golden Islander Main Office. Brunswick, GA.

Jekyll Island Authority Meeting Minutes. (1950-1965). Jekyll Island Museum Archives. Jekyll Island, GA.

Jekyll Island, Correct Spelling Of. (1929). Acts and Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia. Atlanta, GA: Stein Printing Company, State Printer.

Jekyll Island Files. Gilbert, Harrell, Gilbert, Sumerford, & Martin Law Office. Brunswick, GA.

Kimsey, T., & Kinard, S. (1999). Memories from the Marshes of Glynn: World War II. Decatur, GA: Looking Glass Books.

Lamont, T. (1933) Henry P. Davison: The Record of a Useful Life. New York, NY: Harper & Brothers Publishers.

Lovell, C. (1932). The Golden Isles of Georgia. Boston, MA: Little, Brown, & Co.

Martin, H. (1978). This Happy Isle: The Story of Sea Island and the Cloister. Sea Island Company.

McCash, J. (1998). The Jekyll Island Cottage Colony. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia Press.

McCash, W., & McCash J. (1989). The Jekyll Island Club: Southern Haven for America's Millionaires. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia Press.

McKay, F.P. (1978). More Fun Than Heaven. St. Petersburg, FL: Valkyrie Press, Inc.

Mercantile and Industrial Review of Brunswick and Glynn County, Ga. (1909). Issued by the Traffic Department of the Birmingham & Atlantic Railroad. Atlanta, GA: Publishing Company Unknown.

Newman, J.D. (ed.). 1915. The Telephone Review: The Triumph of Science Edition. New York, NY: New York Telephone Company.

Rachlis, E. (1961). They Came To Kill, The Story of Eight Nazi Saboteurs in America. New York, NY: Random House, Inc.

Schoettle, T. (1996). A Guide to a Georgia Barrier Island: Featuring Jekyll Island with St. Simons and Sapelo Islands. St. Simons Island, GA: Watermarks Publishing.

Stephen, L. & Lee, S. (Eds.) (1959-1960). "Sir Joseph Jekyll". Dictionary of National Biography, Vol X. Great Britain: Oxford University Press.

Stephenson, N. W. (1930). Nelson W. Aldrich: A Leader In American Politics. New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons.

Tallu Fish Scrapbooks. (1954-1970). Jekyll Island Museum Archives. Jekyll Island, GA.

Teall, M. (ed.). 1995. The Simple Life: The Memoirs of Susan Albright Reed at the Jekyl Island Club 1913-1918. Jekyll Island Museum: Printing Press Unknown.

Warburg, P. (1930). The Federal Reserve System: Its Origin and Growth, Volume One. New York, NY: The MacMillian Company.

Whitaker Documents. (1949-1951). Author's Collection.

Wiggin's Brunswick Directory, 1901-2. (1901). Compiled and Published by J. Wiggins & Co. Jacksonville, FL: East Florida Printing Company.

Williams, S. (1904, February). "A Millionaires' Paradise." Munsey's Magazine. Pp. 641-646.

Worth, J. (1995). The Struggle for the Georgia Coast: An Eighteenth-Century Spanish Retrospective On Guale and Mocama. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.

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