Governmental records for the City of Thomaston & Upson County, manuscripts, historical photographs, genealogy material, and over 200 local history collections are housed within the Thomaston-Upson Archives. See below for further detail.
A general collection of books relating to Upson County and the surrounding area.
Aerial Photo Maps
Court Dockets (Records Going Back to 1824)
Deeds and Mortgages
Minutes and Mayor's Court Dockets going back into the 19th century.
Both original bound and microfilm copies of Upson County newspapers from 1833 to present.
Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) Collection.
Gordon R. Holstun's (former school superintendent) collection of school and civic materials.
Jack Morgan's manuscripts of 180 Upson County pioneer families reflecting a lifetime of genealogical research. Collection includes additional family history donations.
Thomaston Mills Collection
Made possible by a grant provided by the Office of Secretary of State, Georgia Archives, Georgia Historical Records Advisory Board and the Upson Historical Society. This collection encompasses the 100-year history of Thomaston Mills photographs, the company newsletter, Spinning Wheel, mill history, maps and a gamut of material relating to the functioning of these cotton mills are included in this collection. Read a brief history of Thomaston Mills. The Thomaston Mills finding aid was created by Bonnie Smith in 2003 to 2004.
World War II veterans and long-time Upson County residents tell their stories. See World War II Exhibition tab to hear a several short clips.
Lateral Filing Cabinets (Unbound Records)
History of Upson County and Family Genealogies.
Physical Address 301 S Center Street Thomaston, GA30286