The programs span from 1886 to 2019 and can be great sources of information for genealogists. The materials that were digitized were contributed by the Auburn Avenue Research Library of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System, the Wesley Chapel Genealogy Group and the Metro-Atlanta Chapter of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society. Funding came from Georgia HomePlace, a program of the Georgia Public Library Service.
Programs also have been digitized by other Georgia institutions, so do a Google search for the topic. And anyone who knows of other funeral programs, and certainly caches of them, should notify the society so that it can offer advice on how to have them digitized or donated to a local archives collection. The programs collection can be accessed at dlg.usg.edu and search for “funeral programs” and you will see “Atlanta Funeral Programs Collection,” as well as separate files for Richmond and Thomas Counties. Funeral programs related to Sapelo Island are at the Georgia Archives in the Mae Ruth Green Collection, accessible in person only, when the Georgia Archives reopens.