Laurens County Historical Society, Inc.

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The Origins

This year the Laurens County Historical Society celebrates thirty two years as an integral part of the Laurens County, Georgia community, linking the past to the future. The Organization began in 1967 as a successor to the 1966 Carnegie Library Preservation Committee.  Its purpose is to collect and preserve the history and artifacts of Laurens County, Georgia.

Laurens County Historical Society email address:



Laurens County Historical Society, Inc.
311 Academy Avenue
Dublin, Georgia


Laurens County Historical Society, Inc.
Post Office Box 1461
Dublin, Georgia 31040
Phone: 478-272-9242

Officers for Calendar Year 2004
Marshall Jackson, President
Scott B. Thompson, Vice President
Trudy Lord, Secretary-Treasurer


Membership dues are $15 per year for individuals; $20, family membership; $25 Patron; $25 Small Business, Institutional, School, Library, Museums; $50 Sustaining Membership; $100, Sponsor; and $200+ Benefactor.  Members receive a quarterly newsletter. The Newsletter contains genealogical  information,  sketches about individuals as well as news and views about Laurens County History. Announcements are also included , family reunion notices, and a list of books and source material available for sale  from the Dublin-Laurens County Museum

The Laurens County Historical Society, Inc. is a non-profit, tax exempt corporation chartered by  the Georgia Secretary of State. All gifts and contributions to the Society are tax deductible.



February 2001 Newsletter (Pages 1 through 8) in Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF Format     Last Quarter’s Newsletter

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Last Updated Tuesday August 31, 2004