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The organization was founded on October 28, 1971, with Emily Dolvin as its initial chairperson. An affiliate chapter of the Georgia Historical Society, the organization maintains and staffs a research library and archive located in the Roswell Cultural Arts Center, offers a guided tour of the Roswell Historic District, records oral histories from local residents, and places and maintains historical markers at local sites of interest.
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