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[NB: Works NOT necessarily available at TROY-Dothan Campus or Wiregrass Archives.]
Agricultural and Industrial Development Board of Georgia. A Long-Range Program Of Public Improvements For Brooks-Grady-Thomas Counties : Including The Towns Of Quitman-Cairo-Meigs-Thomasville. [Atlanta] : The Board, 1945. Book 38 p. : chiefly tables, map ; 28 cm.
Bartlett, E. B. A Memorial Of The One Hundreth [!] Anniversary Of Piedmont Primitive Baptist Church, Grady County, Georgia, 1828-1928. Centennial Meeting Held Sept. 1-2, 1928. [Opp, Ala.], Flo. J.L. Kimbro, Printer, 1928. Book 15 . 15 cm.
Brunton, Yvonne Miller. Grady County, Georgia : Some Of Its History, Folk Architecture, And Families. 2nd ed. Danielsville, Ga. : Heritage Papers,1981. Book vii, 357 p.,  folded leaf of plates : ill., ; 24 cm.
Cairo-Grady County Chamber of Commerce. Industrial Data :[Cairo, Georgia]. [Cairo, Ga.] : Cairo-Grady County Chamber of Commerce, . Book 26, 7,  leaves : ill., col. maps ; 28cm.
Connell, Wessie and Barbara Williams. A Retrospective Festschrift, Henry W. Grady. [Cairo, Ga.] : Messenger Pub. Co., 1983. Book 34 p. in various pagings (2 folded) : ill. ; 22 cm.
Georgia Institute of Technology. Graduate City Planning Program. Local Planning Status And Needs In Cairo And Grady County. [Atlanta] : Community Development Division, Georgia Power Co., 1965. Book 19 . ; 28 cm.
Hilliard, Sam Bowers. “Birdsong: Sequent Occupance On A Southwestern Georgia Plantation.” Thesis (M.A.)--University of Georgia, 1961. 148 p.
Johnson, Kenneth W. Red Hills archaeological research, 1994-1995, Grady and Thomas Counties, Georgia. Atlanta, Ga. : The Historic Preservation Division, Department of Natural Resources, State of Georgia, 1995. Book 64 leaves,  p. : ill., maps ; 29 cm.
Midgette, Gordon M. A Preliminary Survey Of Archaeological Sites In The Big Tired Creek Park Area. Atlanta : Dept. of Natural Resources, State of Georgia, 1974. Book  leaves (some folded), 22 leaves of plates : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
Muggridge, Wh. “Planning and developing a transportation program for Grady County [Ga.] schools.” Project in applied education (M. Ed.)--University of Georgia, 1947. Book vi, 54.
Rubanowice, Robert J. A Sense Of Place In Southern Georgia : Birdsong Plantation, Farm And Nature Center. Tallahassee, Fl. : South Georgia Historical Consortium, 1994. Book [xi], 358 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Sasser, M. F. A Brief Background And History Of The First Fifty Years Of The Grady[Baptist] Association. 1961. Typescript (photocopy), 19 leaves ; 28 cm.
VanLandingham, R. L. and R H Wind. A Folk History Of Grady County, Georgia. Cairo, GA : Messenger Pub. Co., 1983. Book 145, A-EE p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 28 cm.