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The purpose of the Historic Preservation Award is to honor those individuals, or organizations, who have made outstanding contributions to the preservation of the history of Whitfield or Murray County, Georgia. Contributions may be through time and dedication, monetary or real property donations, or any combination of these. The awards are presented each May.

Past Winners of the
Whitfield-Murray Historical Society
Historic Preservation Award

Judy Alderman
Ivan Allen, Jr.
Ralph and Pat Ausmus
Mike Babb
Dicksie Bradley Bandy
Nancy Carter Bland
Pauline Boggess
Clarence W. Bradley
Anne Harris Brindle
City of Chatsworth
Civil War Round Table
Cisco School Alumni
Robert E. Chambers
Emily Cogburn
Earl and Louise Coker
Jay & Ruth Ingle Cox
Emily Hamilton Davies
Joan Dooley
Mary Gene Dykes
J.K. Dickson
Bill and Peg Fincher
Tom and Jeannette Greeson
Troy Hall
David D. Hamilton

Jane G. Harrell
Joe and Mary Holland
Timothy Howard
Lyle Kinney Family
Joanne C. Lewis
Nell Ruth Loughridge
Jean J. Manly
Mildred Hall McCamy
Carlton and Henrietta McDaniel
Gertrude "Tut" McFarland
Ruth McGill
Mary Hamilton McKnight
Evelyn Myers
Mark Pace
Kate Wright Raine
Dr. Derrell C. Roberts
Paul Ross
Dorothy Sapp Seaton
Helen Shope
Marion (Pete) Sims
Marvin Sowder
Spring Place Ruritan Club
Don and Emma Jean Thomas
Ellen Thompson

(Page updated June 2007)
 

Guidelines for Honorees:
1. Person(s) may be living or deceased.
2. Honoree does not have to be a current resident of Whitfield or Murray County.
3. Nominations may be held for consideration in another year.

Nomination Process:
1. Individuals or groups may be nominated by any member of the Whitfield-Murray Historical Society.
2. All nominations must be in the headquarters office by the current deadline.
3. Nomination forms are available at the Whitfield-Murray Historical Society Headquarters.

The annual deadline for nominations is announced in the newsletter and local media of Dalton, Georgia.

For more information, please contact:
Whitfield-Murray Historical Society
715 Chattanooga Avenue, Dalton, Georgia 30720
(706) 278-0217

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