Suggested Readings

  • Allen, William C. History of the United States Capitol: A Chronicle of Design, Construction, and Politics. Senate Document. Vol. 106-29. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 2001.

  • Blue Ridge Marble Co. Georgia Marble Monuments. Nelson, Ga.: Blue Ridge Marble Co., Foote & Davies Co., 1910.

  • Daneker, Jerome G. The Romance of Georgia Marble. Baltimore: Thomsen-Ellis, 1927.

  • Davis, Robert Scott. "Georgia History in Pictures." Georgia Historical Quarterly 89, no. 3 (2005): 368-388.

  • ____. Pickens Past: A Photographic History of Pickens County, Georgia. Roswell, Ga.: Wolfe Publishing, 1995.

  • ____. "Pickens County" in the New Georgia Encyclopedia [online resource], 2005. Available from http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/nge/Article.jsp?id=h-2377&hl=y [cited June 22, 2006].

  • ____ and Marble Valley Historical Society. Pickens County Picture Book. Jasper, Ga.: Marble Valley Historical Society, 1985.

  • Deacy, William Henry and Georgia Marble Company. Memorials to-Day for to-Morrow. Tate, Ga.: The Georgia Marble Company, 1928.

  • Edwards, Tonya Kay. "Origin of Silicate Metamorphic Rocks Hosting Marbles Near Marble Hill, Georgia." Master's thesis, Georgia State University, 2001.

  • Georgia Marble Company. Architects Service Catalog. N.p.: Georgia Marble Co., 1920.

  • ____. Georgia Marble. Tate, Ga.: n.p., 1947.

  • ____. The Georgia Marble Company: Its Development and Growth. Tate, Ga.: Georgia Marble Co., 1950s.

  • ____. The Georgia Marble Company, Tate, Georgia. Atlanta, Ga.: Massengale Advertising Agency, 1907.

  • ____. Georgia Marble Memorials. Tate, Ga.: Georgia Marble Co., 1929.

  • ____. New Artistry in Marble. Atlanta, Ga.: Georgia Marble Co., 1960.

  • ____. Producing America's Buried Treasure: The Story of the Georgia Marble Company. Atlanta, Ga.: Georgia Marble Co., 1950.

  • ____. A Profile of the Georgia Marble Company. Kennesaw, Ga: Georgia Marble Co., 1991.

  • ____. Annual Report. N.p: Georgia Marble Co., 1962-1967.

  • ____. The Story of Georgia Marble. N.p: Georgia Marble Co., 1939.

  • ____. Winning Friends and Influencing People: Compiled in the Interest of Banking Wherever Depositors are Served. Atlanta, Ga.: Georgia Marble Co., 1960.

  • ____. Yesterday, Today, and Forever; the Story of Georgia Marble. Tate, Ga.: n.p., 1948.

  • ____. Why Georgia Marble is Better. Atlanta, Ga.: Ruralist Press, 1960.

  • ____ and Piedmont Marble Company. Georgia Marble Monuments. Tate, Ga.: Ruralist Press, 1910.

  • Georgia Marble Finishing Works. Mausoleums in Georgia Marble. Canton, Ga.: Georgia Marble Finishing Works, 1934.

  • Griffeth, Stephen E. The Many Facets of Tate, Georgia: A Native Son Remembers Historic Tate. Fernandina Beach, Fl.: Wolfe Pub., 1998.

  • Kelly, Mark H. "Georgia Marble Good enough for Honest Abe." Georgia Trend 16, no. 12 (August 2001): 30.

  • Kennesaw Marble Co. The Kennesaw Marble Co., Contractors and Finishers of Georgia Marble: Sawed and Finished Marble for Monuments and Interior Marble for Buildings, Wainscot, Stairs, Tile, Counters and Monumental Work of Every Description. Marietta, Ga.: The Company, 1890.

  • Latham, Dan Hill. "Georgia Marble: A Study of its Production and Architectural use before World War II." Master's thesis, University of Georgia, 1990.

  • McCallie, S. W., 1907. A Preliminary Report on the Marbles of Georgia. 2nd ed. Georgia Geological Survey, Bulletin no. 1. Atlanta, Ga.: The Franklin-Turner Co.

  • "Nearly 120 Years of Stoneworking." Stone World. Research Library 19: 4, April 2002.

  • Power, Walter Robert, et al. Southeastern Section. Field Excursion: The Georgia Marble District. Atlanta, Ga.: Department of Mines, Mining and Geology, 1962.

  • Reed, Henry Hope and Anne Day. The United States Capitol: Its Architecture and Decoration. 1st ed. New York: Norton, 2005.

  • Southern Marble Company. Southern Marble Company. Marble Hill, Ga.: Southern Marble Co., 1900s.

  • Sukert, Lancelot, Paul Philippe Cret, and Georgia Marble Company. Monograph of the Folger Shakespeare Library, Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.: The Entire Exterior, Including the Nine Bas-Reliefs on the Principal Facade, is Georgia Marble. Tate, Ga: The Company, 1932.

  • Tate Mountain Estates, Inc., Jasper, Ga. Play Above the Clouds. Atlanta, Ga.: Townley, Webb & Martin, 1930.

  • Tate, Lucius Eugene. History of Pickens County. Spartanburg, S.C.: Reprint Co., 1978.