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CABELL, WILLIAM LEWIS- LETTER
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No. MS Ht65_____
13 March 1979_____
Date
Dates Covered 1899
Number of Items
1
Name of Collection JOLLIAM.
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from Samuel C. Waller, Augusta, Georgia
Other terms
Date & method of arrival 7 March 1979 by mail
DESCRIPTION William Lewis Cabel (1827-1911) served as brigadier general in the
Confederate Trans-Mississippi Department. Moving to Dallas, Texas in 16*72,
he served four terms as that city's mayor and also was U.S.Marshal for the
northern district of Texas from 1885 to 1889- He Kas active in Confederate
veterans organizations and this letter was written while he was lieutenant
general commanding of the Trans-Mississippi Department, United Confederate
Veterans.
The letter, dated 6 June 1899, is from Cabel to Charles Edgeworth Jones
of Augusta, Georgia, and discusses the deaths and whereabouts of several
Confederate generals.
313/12-78/500
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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 2018
Cade, D. B.
D.B. Cade papers, 1880-1903.
40 items.
Arranged in chronological order.
s
The collection consists of papers of D.B. Cade from 1880-1903 The paper
mclude correspondence, an account book, receipts, and invoices pertaining
Elbert
mainly to his ownership of the Savannah Valley Flouring Mills (Overton
ina
County, Ga.) and later to his business ventures in Mt. Carmel, South Carol for
bly
The account book contains a record of days worked and accounts, proba
workers at his mill or brickyard.
Forms part of: E. Merton Coulter manuscript collection 1.
Cite as: E. Merton Coulter manuscript collection 1, D.B. Cade papers (1-2930). Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia
Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
3
1. Savannah VaHey Flouring Mills (Overton, Ga.) 2. Flour trade-Georgia
book 7
Overton (Ga.) 4. Elbert County (Ga.) 5. Mount Carmel (S.C.) 6. Account
* *
Business records. I. GAGP
CABLE FAMILY PAPERS
Ms 1^37
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.^J^I_______
Date
^ May 1979
Name of Collection
Dates Covered
^80-1960
Number of Items -fl
CABLE FAMILY PAPERS_______________
Cadle Family, Swainsboro, Georgia
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
Brought by Paris Cadle, March 1979-
DESCRIPTION
The papers, pictures and other items are concerned with the Everett,
Fey, Burkes, Parker, Martin and Cadle families of Effingham, Screven, Bulloch
and Emanuel Counties of Georgia. There are a good many pictures.' :" Some of the
pictures were done *by Mr. Wilson of Savannah, Georgia.
.**
An interesting part of this collection is the number of naval letters
and papers of Willian Eden Cadle during the second World War. Mr. Cadle was sworn
in at Macon, Georgia, on 20 April 19^2 and trained at Norfold, Virginia. Mr.Cadle
left Guam, in September of 19^5 and was discharged 2^ December 19^5 at Jacksonville,
Florida.
Cadle Family Papers
Ms. 1^87
Boxl
1)
Burke Family Legal Documents
2)
Cadle Family Legal Documents
3)
Clippings
^)
Correspondence
1905-19i*l, Undated
5)
Envelopes
6)
Everett Family Legal Documents
7)
Farm Books
8)
Forms
9)
Genealogy
10)
Grocery Ledger
1926, 1933, Undated
11)
Insurance Policies
12)
Lee, C.W. Legal Documents
13)
Mingledorff Family Legal Documents
1^)
Miscellaneous
15)
Pictures: Burke Family
16)
Pictures: Cadle Family
17)
Pictures: Everett Family
18)
Pictures: Foy Family
19)
Pictures: Unidentified
20)
Pictures: World War II
21)
Printed Material
22)
Receipts
23)
Wilson, Henry J.
Division of Estate,
- f ^ '
Cadle Family Papers
William Eden Cadle Division
Box No. 2
1.
Address Book
2.
Army Institute-Enrollment Form
3.
Clippings
^.
Correspondence
5.
Envelopes
6.
Induction Papers
7.
Leave Forms
8.
Medical Records
9.
Miscellaneous
10.
Muster Lists
11.
Patches, Dog Tags, Money, etc.
12.
Printed Material
13.
U.S. Citizens' Military Training Camp
Box No. 3_
1.
Uniform
2.
Pictures
3.
Quilt Blocks
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No..-
Dates Covered
7 Novc3iber
T-. .
Date _!_______
Number of Items
ca. 1880-1970*3
-ca. 400 iteait
Name of Collection
Papers
Given by
"DeposKM by
Purchased from
Other terms
Farris Cadle
Swainsboro, Georgia
Date & method of arrival
19&3
DESCRIPTION
This collection contains correspondence, documents, photos, UCa class note
books, clippings and printed materials relating to the Cadle family of Emanuei
County, Georgia. Genealogical information is included on the Everett, Burke,
Brinson, Foy, Dasher, and Andersen families of Effingham, Screven, Richmond,
Jefferson, Emanuel, and Houston counties. Varied papers and pictures are incl/.id
concerning the Overstrect and Scott families of Einanuel County, and the Braun
fai:ii^ of Cleveland, Ohio and Daytona Beach, Florida. Included are a letter and
telegram from Ernest Neal, post-laureate of Georgia in the H?20's and l$3C's.
The collection also contains several metric survey plats, a metric deed, and
correspondence relating to them.
CADLE-MARTIN PAPERS
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No..——13.53_______
Dates Covered ——
Date -.—.—l-.--.5irlL.12!-____
Number of Items .
Name of Collection ———
Given by : Farris Cadle.
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival :
17 August 1978 by Mr. Cadle.
DESCRIPTION
Relating to the Martin and Cadle families of Emanuel and Bulloch Coun
receipts of
ties in Georgia, this collection contains correspondence and
only
when
Dying
James Alderman Martin and his wife Hattie Everett Martin.
22, several of the pieces refer to his tragic death. Other materials pertain
to William Cadle of Svainsboro and include six snapshot photographs of the
Japanese surrender in World War II aboard the U.S.S. Missouri, September 19^5.
There are also several cacheted envelopes and invitations.
313/1-73/500
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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 34
Cain & PoihiH (LouisviHe, Ga.)
Cain & PoihiH record books, 1859-1902.
4v.
Cain & PoihiH, law firm, Louisville, Jefferson County, Georgia, probably
owned by James Cranberry Cain and Joseph H. PoihiH.
The collection consists of four record books of the Louisville, Georgia law
firm, Cain & PoihiH from 1859-1902. Includes cash book (1869-1889) record of
debts collected (1859-1865). account book (1859-1868). and notes on case law.
Forms part of: Virginia PoihiH Price collection.
Cite as: Cain & PoihiH record books. Virginia PoihiH Price collection.
Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens,
GA 30602.
1. Lawyers—Georgia-Accounting. 2. Law firms—Georgia. 3. LouisviHe (Ga.) 4.
Jefferson County (Ga.) 5. Account book. 6. Business records. I. Cain. James
Cranberry. H. PoihiH, Joseph H. HI. GAGP IV. Title: Virginia PoihiH Price
collection.
CAIRO, TENNESSEE - BUSINESS PAPERS
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.-JL272______——
Dates Covered
Date ___^L^E^y.A97°—.—
Number of Items __^..-..
Name oi Collection —
Given by: Gary L. Doster, Watkinsville, Georgia
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival :
DESCRIPTION
21 December 1977 by Mr. Poster
The two letters making up this collection are both addressed to mercantile
establishments in Cairo, Tennessee. The first from Harvey and Cage, merchants
of New Orleans, to Messrs. Williston Hall and Company is dated 7 May 1821, and
discusses river shipping and Tennessee's need for groceries and staple goods.
The second letter, written 4 November 1621 from Baltimore, to Messrs Stokely
Venison and Company is from the firm of David Warfield and James Pogue. It dis
cusses outstanding accounts and payment of the amount.
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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 1156
Caldwell, Erskine, 1903 Erskine Caldwell papers, {ca. 1930-1978].
6 linear ft.
Arranged by record type.
Erskine Caldwell (1903-1987), American author, bom in White Oak, Georgia.
The collection consists of papers of Erskine Caldwell from ca. 1930-1978. Includes
several manuscripts of Caldwell's works, both published and unpublished; a small
amount of correspondence; scrapbooks of memorabilia from Caldwell and his wife
Virginia's travels; newspaper clippings, magazine articles, photographs, and advertising
ephemera pertaining to Caldwell and his writings; awards presented to Caldwell; and
photographs.
Cite as: Erskine Caldwell papers , Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602.
Related collections in this repository: Ira S. and Caroline Bell Caldwell papers.
1. Authors, American - Georgia. 2. American literature - 20th century. 3. Photographs.
4. Scrapbooks. 5. Manuscripts. 6. Caldwell, Virginia.
Erskine CaMwell Co::ection - Ms 1156
Box Listing
Box 1 ..................................................Writings, Criticism & Interpretation, Bibliography
Box 2..................................................Book Jackets & Other Printed Material
Box 3 ..................................................Personal Material
Box 4..................................................Awards, Certificates, Memorabilia, etc.
Box 5..................................................Awards, Certificates, Memorabilia, etc. &
Photographs
Box 6..................................................Awards, Certificates, Memorabilia, etc. &
Photographs
Box7..................................................Scrapbook 1952-54
Scrapbook 1955
Box 8..................................................Scrapbook 1956-57
Box 9..................................................Scrapbooks (2) 1957
BoxlO................................................Scrapbook 1958
Box 11 ................................................Scrapbook 1959
Scrapbook 1960
Box 12................................................Scrapbook 1961
Box 13................................................Clippings, Magazine articles, etc.
Artifacts
Box 14 (Addendum) ..........................Erskine Caldwell: A Bibliography
Erskine CaMweH CoHection - Ms 1156
Folder Inventory
Box No.
FoMer No.
1
Description
Writings: Manuscripts, Typescripts, Proofs, &
Printed MateriaL
Criticism and Interpretation.
BibMography.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
"The Cold Winter" proof w/corrections
"Crossing Kansas" typescript w/corrections
"The Empty Room" proof w/corrections
Jackpot typescript w/corrections & manuscript
"Joe Craddock's Old Woman" proof w/corrections
"A Lover of Horses" typescript w/corrections
"Memorandum" proof w/corrections
"Molly Cotton-Tail" proof w/corrections
"Pablo"(aplay) typescript w/corrections
"Picking Cotton" proof
"TheSunfield" proof w/corrections
"Uncle Henry's Love Nest" proof
"A Woman in the House" proof w/corrections
14
Adaptation: Ray Mclver- "The Ballad of Candy
Man Beechum"
15
16
"Call It Experience" (Writer's Digest. 1 95 1 August)
"Chekov Through the Eyes of the Writers of the
World" (Soviet Literature. 1980 # 1)
Commentary on illustration by Roberta Egan
(An Illustration Is Worth a Thousand Words)
17
18
19
20
21
efc.
MacDonald, Scott "An Evaluative Check-list of
Erskine Caldwell's Short Fiction" (Studies in Short
Fiction. 1978)
Martin, Jay "Erskine Caldwell's Singular
Devotions
Talmy, Vladimir (trans.) "A Soviet Critic on
Erskine Caldwell"
"Anthologies Containing EC Stories and
Comments"
Ms 1156 Inventory (cent.)
Box No.
FoMer No.
Description
Book Jackets &
Other Printed Materia! (Programs &
MisceMany)
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38 Stories
Annette
The Bastard and Poor Fool
Call It Experience
Certain Women
Claudelle Inelish
Close to Home
Complete Stories of Erskine Caldwell (Selections)
The Courting of Susie Brown
Episode in Palmetto
Erskine Caldwell's Gulf Coast Stories
Georgia Boy
God's Little Acre
God's Little Acre-The Book of the Film
Gretta
Gulf Coast Stories
A House in the Uplands
In Search of Bisco .
Jackpot-Selected Stories
Jenny
Journeyman
Kneel to the Rising Sun
A Lamp for Nightfall
The Last Night of Summer
Love and Money
Men and Women
Miss Mamma Aimee
The Negro in the Well and Other Stories
Place Called Estherville
The Sacrilege of Alan Kent
Say. Is This the USA
Southways
The Sure Hand of God
A Swell Looking Girl
This Very Earth
Tobacco Road
Tobacco Road - The Play
Ms 1156 Inventory (cent.)
Box No.
FoMer No.
Description
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Tobacco Road, God's Little Acre. Trouble in July
Tragic Ground
Trouble in July
We Are the Living
The Weather Shelter
When You Think of Me
Where the Girls Were Different
A Woman in the House
Writing in America
Unidentifiable book jackets
48
Printed Material: Programs and miscellany
Persona! Materia!
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Bequests
Biographical material
Caldwell, Mrs. I.S. - Articles
Caldwell, Mrs. I.S. - Medal for English composition
Caldwell, Mrs. I.S. - Various Veracious Verses
Caldwell, Virginia - Bookplate design
Christmas cards
Genealogy - Cosby Family
Letters
Miscellany
Awards, CertiScates, MemorabiMa, etc.
1
American Academy of Arts and Letters and
National Institute of Arts and Letters Ceremonial Program - 1976
2
American Academy of Arts and Letters and
National Institute of Arts and Letters Ceremonial Program - 1978
3
Bulgarian Short Story medal - 1970
4
French Line, "Liberte", (LeHavre, NY) medal
Ms 1156 Inventory (cent.)
Box No.
FoMer No.
Description
Awards, Certificates, MemorabiHa, etc.
4
5
Institute Cuitural Dominico Americano 1947-77
medal
6
Jacksonville, FL - Ambassador-At-Large
certificate - 1970
7
Jacksonville, FL - Key to the city
8
Miss and Mr. Nude America Contest - Judge's
ribbon
9
Poland - 500"* Anniversary medal
Awards, Certificates, MemorabiHa, etc.
Photographs.
1
Tuscon Press Club Horseshoe - 1944-64
2
United Airlines plaque - 1959
3
King of Spades poster inscribed "Skinny"
4
Portable knotholes "for peeping purposes"
from Tom Baugh
5
Russian passport and street pass - 1930's
6
Caricature of Erskine Caldwell - Unsigned
7
Caricature of Erskine Caldwell - Signed Svarte
8
Cartoon of Caldwell characters - Signed Hirshfeld
9
Cartoon with caption, "C'mon, they just caught
Erskine Caldwell down to Lacyville"
Ms 1156 Inventory (cent.)
Box No.
FoMer No.
Description
10
Cartoon with caption, "He's reading F. Scott
Fitzgerald now. You should have been here when
he was reading Erskine Caldwell."
11
La Agencia de Comunicacion Intemacional de los
Estados Unidos de America, etc. - Certificate - 1978
12
Marquis Who's Who in America - Certificate 1978-79
13
University of Virginia Alumni Association Certificate- 1977
14
Bulgarian Short Story Award - Certificate - 1 973
15
Cartoon with caption, "Literary Renegades", etc.
16
Air France - Certification of crossing sound
barrier -1979
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
1935
1939
1955
1959
1960
1969
1970
1971
1973
1975
1976
1977
31
Undated
29
30
1978
1981-82
Ms 1156 Inventory (cent.)
7%% Faxes
Box 6 - Awards, Certificates, Memorabilia, Photographs, etc.
1. University of South Florida Celebration of Literature Award - Plaque - 1977
2. The Press and Union League Club of San Francisco - Caricature of Erskine Caldwell
by"Pancho"-1960
3. The Raven Society, University of Virginia - Certificate - 1959
4. Styrofoam "Happy Face" inscribed "Occupant Occupied"
5. Georgia Writers Association Literary Achievement Award - Certificate - 1968
6. Cartoon with caption, "It's always Christmas underneath the Signet tree"
7. State of Arizona, Office of the Secretary - Certificate - 1953
8. The Euphemian Literary Society - Diploma - 1959
9. The Authors Club of Los Angeles - Certificate
10. The Ferdinand Phinizy Lectures 1975 Proudly Presents... Erskine Caldwell Broadside
1 . Erskine Caldwell seated, holding cigarette
2. Erskine and Virginia Caldwell in New York City - 1978
Boxes 7-12 (Scrapbooks)
7
Scrapbook 1952-54
Scrapbook 1955
8
Scrapbook 1956-57
9
Scrapbooks (2) 1957
10
Scrapbook 1958
Ms 1156 Inventory (cent.)
Scrapbooks (cent.)
11
Scrapbook 1959
Scrapbook 1960
12
Scrapbook 1961
Box 13
Clippings, Magazine articles, etc
Located in Artifacts:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Kup's Show cup
University of Virginia "Alumni Fun" 1965 pewter cup
Press and Union League Club of San Francisco black cat
Bronzed baby shoe labeled "Erskine Caldwell"
Military helmet marked "Herbst"
Military helmet worn while correspondent in Moscow
Box 14 - Addendum
Erskine Caldwell: A Bibliography
Caldwell, Erskine - Girl With Figurines, Ms. AND Other Papers
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No. —§°Ji————————
Dates Covered ,,..".—;_____________
Date
Number of Items -1-JL.l.
July, 1974______
Name of CoHection
Erskine Caldwell - Girl With Figurines,
Manuscript (typescript)____________
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from* Dorothy Beil
Other terms
Date & method of arrival: Mail, May, 1$?4
Letter , October 1,
DESCRIPTION: Typewritten Manuscript of a short story, Girl With Figurines,
by Erskine Caldwell, autographed by the author at the end. This story
is not listed under this title in The Complete Stories of Erskine Caldwell,
1953.
Additional:
LS from Erskine Caldwell
To: Hoke Norris
Dated: September 9, 1968
.
., ^t
re: Expressing appreciation for a review of Norris' of "SummeEJbime
Island
UCL 832
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.JL^!_________
Dates Covered
Date __jRE.
Number of Items
1933
Name of Collection _____ Caldwell, ^Erskine,__ L?03 - __^
Motion picture contracts.
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Maurice Neville
Date & method of arrival
DESCRIPTION
American writer who in the early 1930's worked in Hollywood as a
screenwriter for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. At least two of the scripts were
produced as films, The Stranger's Return (1933) and A Wicked Woman (1934).
No record for the other films has been located.
1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)
5.)
6.)
7.)
8.)
Individual contracts are for the following films:
Express Train Robbery
24 July 1933
Lady Comes to Town
11 July 1934
Lost Laughter
20 June 1933
Louisiana Lon
29 May 1933
Stranger's Return
20 June 1933
Timber
1 June 1933
Wheat
24 July 1933
Wicked Woman .
11 July 1934
1.
Moving-p i cture s.
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THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.————2———————
Dates Covered
Date _____^ ^pril JL?81__
^urn^ of Items
Name of Collection
Screenplay for Gretta.
First International Pictures
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms May not be reproduced for any purpose
Date & method of arrival
DESCRIPTION
The screenplay for First International Pictures production of Erskine
Caldwell's novel Gretta was written by Philip Yordan. Yordan has very freely
adapted this work in his first draft with little similarity to Caldwell's.. original.
As of this date the motion picture has not been produced.
1.
Moving pictures.
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CaldweH, Erskine
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession
2330 (M)
Dates Covered
1985
Name of Collection
Number of Items
***
Caldvell, Erskine
Given by
Charles E. Peery
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
April 17, 1985
DESCRIPTION
Typescript of six page short-story "Crovn-Fire", written by
Caldvell in 19^0 for a collection of short stories called
Jackpot.
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.: 2888
Dates Covered: 1984
Date: 4 May 1994
Number of Items: 1
Name of Collection: Caldwell, Erskine.
Photograph.
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from Mrs. Caldwell. 5441 E. Orchid Lane, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
Other items
Date & method of arrival 12/89
DESCRIPTION One black and white photograph of Erskine Caldwell by Karsh.
Located in the oversize ms. drawer.
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 2515
Caldwell, Erskine, 1903Letters to Stetson Kennedy, 1940-1942,1958,1978.
24 items.
Arranged in chronological order.
Erskine Caldwell (1903-1987), American author, bom in White Oak, Georgia.
The collection consists of letters from Erskine CaldweH to Stetson Kennedy
from 1940-1942, 1958, and 1978. The majority of the letters pertain to
Kennedy's book, PALMETTO COUNTRY, part of the "American Folkways" series
edited by Caldwell.
Cite as: Erskine CaldweH, letters to Stetson Kennedy. Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Kennedy, Stetson. 2. Authors, American—Georgia. 3. American literature—
20th century. I. GAGP
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 1557
Caldwell, Ira S.
Ira S. and Caroline Bell Caldwell papers, 1920-1949.
1 linear A.
Arranged in chronological order.
Ira S. Caldwell, Presbyterian minister, married Caroline Bell, parents of
Erskine Caldwell, resided in Wrens, Georgia.
The collection consists of correspondence to Ira S. and Caroline Bell Caldwell
from 1920-1949. Mainly contains correspondence from their son, Erskine
Caldwell; with some from his wives, Helen Lannigan Caldwell, Margaret BourkeWhite, and June Johnson Caldwell; and his children Janet, Pixy, and Dabney
Caldwell. Erskine's letters chronicle his personal life and professional
career: beginning as a college student; then while living in Mt. Vemon, Maine;
traveling in Europe (1938); living in Darien, Connecticut; working in Russia
(1941); and working in Hollywood, California. The collection also contains
some correspondence relating to Ira S. Caldwell's work with the Associated
Reformed Presbyterian Church.
Cite as: Ira S. and Caroline Bell Caldwell papers. Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
Related collections in this repository: Erskine Caldwell papers.
I. Authors, American-Georgia. 2. Literature, American-20th century. 3. World
War, 1939-1945. 4. Clergy-Georgia. 5. Presbyterians-Georgia. 6. Soviet Union-Description and travel-20th century. 7. Europe-Description and travel-20th
century. 8. Mount Vemon (Me.) 9. Darien (Conn.) I. CaldwelL Erskine, 1903-
II. Bourke-White, Margaret, 1904-1971. HI. Caldwell, Caroline Bell. IV.
Caldwell, Helen Lannigan. V. Caldwell, June Johnson. VI. GAGP
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No..——R560______
Dates Covered
Date __27 February 1988
Number of Items
1930-1933
1 Hollinger box
Name of Collection _____Calhoun, F. Phinizv Sr._________________
Papers re. University's Permanent
_____Committee on Memorials.__________________
Given by F. Phinizy Calhoun, Jr.
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
540 Peachtree Battle Ave. NW Atlanta CA 30505
26 January 1988
DESCRIPTION
The Permanent Committee on Memorials was formed in 1931
for the purpose of establishing memorials to past Presidents and
Chancellors as veil as outstanding faculty members and alumni of
the University of Georgia.
This collection consists of one Hollinger box of almost
entirely correspondence (arranged alphabetically by last name of
writer or addressee) dating from the early 1930's. Since the
committee would often solicit help from the relatives of the
individuals to be honored, most of the letters concern this subject,
especially in regard to the donation or commissioning of portraits.
There are also letters from the committee members to Dr. Calhoun,
in which various business matters are discussed.
Other items in these papers include printed material, lists,
reports, two photographs, and other miscellany.
See also the collection guide.
1.
2. Georgia. University. Permanent
Georgia. University. Memorials.
3. Georgia. University. Portraits.
Committee on Memorials.
313/8-84/300 i
F. Phinizy Calhoun, Sr.
Papers re. University's
Permanent Committee on
Memorials.
Ms 2560
Guide
F. Phinizy Calhoun, Sr.
Papers re. University's
Permanent Committee on
Memorials.
Ms 2560
Scope and Content Note
The Permanent Committee on Memorials was formed in 1931
for the purpose of establishing memorials to past Presidents and
Chancellors as well as outstanding faculty members and alumni of
the University of Georgia. The committee consisted of the following
individuals:
Dr. Phinizy Calhoun, Sr. - Chairman
Judge William H. Barrett
Dr. Craig Harrow
John W. Grant
Harold Hirsch
Dr. Ulrich Phillios
Dr. John W. I'ade
This collection consists of one Hollinger box of almost
entirely correspondence (arranged alphabetically by last name of
writer or addressee) dating from the early 1930's. Since the
committee would often solicit help from the relatives of the
individuals to be honored, most of the letters concern this subject,
especially in regard to the donation or commissioning of portraits.
There are also letters from the committee members to Dr. Calhoun,
in which various business matters are discussed.
Other items in these papers include printed material, lists,
reports, two photographs, and other miscellany.
Following the folder inventory is a selected name index to
the collection.
F. Phinizy Calhoun, Sr.
Papers re. University's
Permanent Committeee on
Ms 2560
Memorials.
Folder Inventory
3ox no.
1
Folder no.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
Correspondence
Bailie, E. Sibley
Barrett, William H
Barrow, Craig
Beckwith, Edmund R.
Benet, Laurence
Boggs, Lucien H.
Boggs, Thomas R.
Brock, Pope F.
Caldwell, B.P.
Calhoun, F. Phinizy, Sr.
The Columbia State
Cooper, Mrs. Hunter P.
Coulter, E. Merton
Eve, Duncan, Jr.
Eve, Paul
FinTey, John
Finley, K.B.
Grant, John "., Jr.
Cra^, Tom S.
Grerf;, Lewis C.
Hill, Walter C.
Hirsch, Harold
Historical Society of Pa.
Howell, Albert, Jr.
Howell, Clark
Hutcains, Sallie
Jones, Harrison
Hell, Thomas
Naegele, Charles Frederick
Nash, Hary Screven A.
Pattcrson, Howard
Patterson, Rufus L.
Phillips, Ulrich B.
Phinizy, Mrs. Bowdre
Reed, T.W.
Speer, William
Talley, Elizabeth
Wade, John Donald
Wilkerson, Hell R.
Willcox, C. de Witt
Unidentified
42
43
44
Clipping & Other Printed Material
Lists, Report, & Miscellaneous
Photographs (located in Georgia
Photo File)
F. Thinizy Calhoun, Sr.
Papers re. University's
Permanent Committee on
Ms 2560
Memorials.
Selected Name Index
Name
See Following Folders:
Baldwin, Abraham
Grant, John W. Jr.
Historical Society of Pa.
Naegele, Charles Frederick
Senet, Stephen V.
(the poet & his grandfather)
Benet, Laurence
Boggs, William E.
Boggs, Thomas R.
Boggs, Lucien H.
Campbell, John A.
Jones, Harrison
Charbonnier, Henri L.
Phinizy, Mrs. Bowdre
Church, Alonzo
Barrow, Craig
Eve, ^aul Fitzsimnons
Bailie, E. libley
Eve, Duncan Jr.
Eve, ?aul
Finley, Robert
Finley, K.B.
Hill, Walter B.
Cray, Tom S.
Cre^g, Lewis 1.
Hill^ 'Jalter C.
Hirsch, Harold
Reed, T.W.
LeConte, Joseph
Talley, Elizabeth
Meigs, Josiah
Coulter, E. Merton
Hell, Patrick
Cray, Tom S.
^ell, Thomas
Wilkerson, Nell R.
Palmer, B.M.
Caldwell, B.?.
Patterson, Andrew H.
Nash, Mary Screven Arnold
Patterson, Howard
Patterson, Rufus L.
Rutherford, Williams
Hutchins, Sallie
(cent.)
Selected Name Index
Ms 2560
(cent.)
Name
See Following Folders
Timrod, Henry
The Columbia State
Howell, Clark
Tucker, Fenry
Cooper, "rs. Hunter P.
Waddell, Moses
f^ray, Tom S.
Willcox, Cyprian P.
Willcox, C. de Witt
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
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Manuscripts
Division
SEPARATION RECORD
The following items have been removed from the
Mss. No.
2560
DESCRIPTION OF ITEM
PhotograDh of Augustin Smith Clayton
Photograuh of Paul Fitzsinnnons Eve
F. Phinizy Calhoun Srcp1leetion,
LOCATION
Georgia Photo File
Georgia Photo File
L65/12-87/200
CALHOUN, JOHN - LETTER.
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No. —)<33————————
Dates Covered
Date
Number of Items —]
1962____________
1846
Name of Collection
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Charles Hamilton, Autographs.
Date & method of arrival
N.Y.
October 1958.
DESCRIPTION
ALS - Feb. 4, 1846 - John Calhoun to Messrs. John P. Savage, Francis P.
Stubbs, and John Boozer of Oglethorpe University at Milledgeville, Ga., re
gretting that he cannot contribute to the "Phi Delta Society, but wishing
them veil. Letter dated from Columbus, Ga. This John Calhoun was a member
of the Georgia Senate, and local political leader of Columbus. He is not
the South Carolinian John C. Calhoun.
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT UBRARY
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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 2018
Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850.
Letter to Wilson Lumpkin, 1847 Apr. 6.
1 item.
John C. Calhoun (1806-1850), lawyer, U.S. House of Representatives, U.S.
Senate, Cabinet official, and Vice-President of the United States, resided in
South Carolina.
The collection consists of a letter from John C. Calhoun to Wilson Lumpkin
dated April 6, 1847. In the letter Calhoun discusses the war with Mexico,
President James Folk's acquisition of land in the Northwest (Oregon Treaty),
trade with Mexico, tariffs, U.S. politics, and the presidential candidates for
the 1848 election.
Forms part of: E. Merton Coulter manuscript collection I.
Cite as: E. Merton Coulter manuscript collection I, John C. Calhoun, letter to
Wilson Lumpkin (2:1). Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of
Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Lumpkin, Wilson, 1783-1870. 2. Polk. James K. (James Knox), 1795-1849. 3.
Mexican War, 1846-1848. 4. Presidents-United States-Election-1848. 5.
Tariff-United States. 6. United States-Politics and government-1845-1849. 7.
United States—Territorial expansion. 8. United States—Foreign relationsMexico-1845-1849. I. GAGP
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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 53
Camak family.
Camak family papers, [ca. 1817-1947] (bulk 1889-1920).
9.5 linear A.
Arranged by record type.
James A. Camak (1795-1847), educator, editor and railroad official, resided in Athens,
Georgia. Married Helen Smith Finley in 1820, their child, James Camak (1822-1893)
married Mary Rebecca Wellborn (d. 1919) their children included James Wellborn and
Louis Camak (b. 1873).
The collection consists of papers of the Camak family of Athens, Clark County, Georgia
from ca. 1817-1947. The papers consists primarily of correspondence and financial
papers of James Camak, his wife Mary W. Camak, and their son Louis Camak. Most of
the letters deal with family business matters and news of family or friends. Of particular
interest are letters from sharecroppers on land owned by the Camak's and letters (18851901) between Mary Camak and Thomas W. Watson regarding personal business
matters. The collection also contains a few items relating to James A. Camak,
genealogical information on the Camak, Marshall, Wellborn and allied families, and
notebooks containing drafts of Mary Camak's correspondence (1896-1910).
Cite as: Camak family papers, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of
Georgia Libraries, Athens, Ga. 30602.
1. Camak family—genealogy. 2. Marshall family—genealogy. 3. Wellborn family -genealogy. 4. Watson, Thomas E. (Thomas Edward), 1856-1922. 5. SharecroppersGeorgia. 6. Sharecropping—Georgia. 7. Athens (Ga.) 8. Clarke County (Ga.) 9.
Camak, James A., 1795-1847. 10. Camak, James, 1822-1893. 11. Camak, Louis b.
1873. 12. Camak, Mary Wellborn, d 1919.
Tna University of f^eor^ia Libraries
Special Collections - Manuscripts
Canak Collection
??ss 53
Comoiled 1949 ?
The University of Georgia Libraries
Special Collections - Manuscripts
Catnak Collection
Xss 53
Score and Content Note
spondence (es?ecThe bulk of this collection consists of business corre
of ^*rs. *'ary V. Camak
ially i.rith share-croppers) and personal correspondence
ards, recipes, invitat
and her son Louis. Also included are pictures, postc
many excellent Valen
ions, a large collection of genealogical material, and
materials concerning
tines. As stated, this collection consists mainly of president of the Geor
the Descendants of James A. Camak, a founder and first
and math notes (ca.
gia Railroad. Ther are, however, a few letter drafts
University of Georgia.
1^17) when Camak was professor of mathematics at tlie
Camak, and sev
Box 1 contains genealogical information on the Uelborn,
spondences dating from
eral other families. Boxes 2 through 11 contain corre
's compositions.
1817 to 1947. Box 11 also contains sone of I'rs. Camak
American Revolution,
the
of
ters
Daugh
the
Box 12 includes materials on
and a large number of greeting cards and valentines.
r drafts, paintings,
Box 13 contains invitations and Box 14 contains lette
and other printed mater
prints, and photographs. Several recipes, postcards
are contained in Box
ial as well as information relative to the Univ. of Ga
book. Box 17 holds
15. Box 16 contains Mrs. Camak's photo album and a scrap
.
several journals, ledger and other miscellaneous books
ion contains corres
Divis
n
Uatso
E.
s
Box 18, separately titled the Thoma
and ?tr. Watson.
pondence dating from 1835 to 1931 between Irs. Canak
the last part of the
up
make
1T4.1
to
Finanaial papers dating from 1373
collection in Boxes 19 through 25.
Canak Collection
*tss 53
Inventory
Folder
Description
general - Telborn
general
Canak
Cody
Marshall
3
4
5
6
lepers
^elborn
o
1C
1
2
3
Correspondence:
"
:
:
*iath problents
Correspondence:
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
"
1
2
3
Corresnnndence;
:
''
:
^
''
7
o
''
11
1
3
1^39's
: l?.50's
5
Q
1317 -1393
ca. 13*7, James A. Ca^ak
ca. 1817,
"
" .
:
:
;
:
:
:
:
:
-.
:
Correspondence:
:
''
:
'
A
(conE. nn next *ia^e)
1390-1391
1807. Jan. -Oct.
1^92, Mov. -Dec.
11^3, Jan. -?fay
1P<^3. June-July
1193-1896
1993, Auf;.
1993. Sept. -Nov.
1-93. Dec.
^. Jan. *-* ! ar.
-94, Apr. -Oct.
L''94, Nov. -Dec.
1395, Jan.
1^*35, Feb. -?ept.
1R95, Oct. -Dec.
1^^6, Jan. -Feb.
1^06, n.ar. -?-'ay
1?96-1.!('°.
1^96, June -Au^.
1336, Sent. -Oct
1'196. IJov. - Dec.
1997. Jan. --Apr.
Inventory (cont.)
Box
Folder
Description
5
6
Correspondence
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
Correspondence
*-ay- Oct.
?:ov. - Dec.
Jan. - Nay
June - Aug.
Sept. - Oct.
Nov. - Dec.
1399,
1399,
1^.99,
1"99,
1399,
1399,
119°,
1900,
1900,
1900,
Jan.
feb.
"ar. - Apr.
lay - June
July - Sept.
Oct.
Nov.- Dec.
Jan. - Apr.
Hay - Aup.
Sept. - Dec.
Correspondence
1901-1904
Jan. - Apr.
1901, Hay - - Aug.
1901. Sept, - Dec.
1902. Jan. - Feb.
- July
1902,
1902. Nov. - Dec.
1903. Jan. - Sept.
1903. Oct. - Dec.
1904. Jan. - :?ar.
Apr. - Sept.
Correspondence
1904-1905
Nov. - Dec. 1904
1905, Jan. - Apr.
1905, ?tay - Sept.
1905, Oct.
1905, Nov.
1905. Dec.
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1197,
1397,
1P.93,
1893,
1<19H,
13°3,
Correspondence
(cent- on next
1^06-1903
1906.
19C6,
1906,
1906.
1907.
1907,
1901,
190S,
Jan. - Feb.
Mar. - Sept.
Oct.
Nov. - Dec.
Jan.- Sept.
Oct. - Dec.
Jan. - Au3.
Sept. - Dec.
Inventory (cent.)
Box
Polder
Description
Correspondence; 1909-1912
1
2
3
1909, Jan. - Sept
1909, Oct. - Dec.
191D, Jan. - Feb.
!!
"
"
1910,
1910,
1°1C,
1910,
1911,
1911,
''
6
7
;*
!'
f3
9
n
i
2
3
A
5
6
7
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3
Q
10
12
1
2
3
4
5
1912
Correspondence
"
M
T'
t?
'*
!!
"
''
- July
- Sept
- I?ov.
- Sept
- Dec.
ic<13-1944
1913-1915
1916
1917
1913-1920
1921-1934
1937-1942
1943
1944
Correspondence 1945-1947, undated;
Social life - Athens; Compositions - Poetry,
Prose
Correspondence 1945
1946, Mar. - Apr.
1946, *?ay - Dec.
1947
undated
Social life - Athens
Compositions - Poetry
- Prose
Daughters of the
Greeting Cards
Daughters of the
Greeting Cards "
-
American Revolution;
American Revolution
Xmas
Easter
Valentines
- misc.
6
13
Mar.
Aug.
Oct.
Dec.
Jan.
Oct.
Invitations
1
2
3
4
(cent, on next page)
1877-1947, undated
1P77-1915
1916-1947
undated
Inventory (cent.)
Pox
Polder
Description
1
Letter drafts: 18^6-1910; Lucy Cobb
Institute; Prints; ^hoto^.raphs
97
Letter drafts(I'rs. ^lary Camak): 1896-18(^
14
. 1902-1910
..
te
Lucy Cobb Institu
Paintings, Prints, etc. -- flowers
Print
3
4
5a
5b
5c
5d
5e
5f
5g
6a
6b
6c
6d
7
8
" /^icture
Dogwood print
i^aintin^s, prints, etc - birds, nisc.
Bird print
M
/-
Photographs; postcards; printed material;
recipes; Univ. of CA
Photography
Postcards, U.S.A.
, foreign
"
Programs, parr-hlets, souvenirs, 1896-1930
",'*,", 1937, undated
recipes
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
13
University of Georgia
1
2
17
!!
landscape (lake)
Photographs
15
16
. iop7_^
--
'-
2
1
'
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
'
picture book, scrapbook (Mrs. Camak)
picture book
scrapbook
Journals, ledgers, misc.
miscellaneous
Thomas E. Watson Division
Correspondence 1385-1901, undated
1385-HS7
1SGS
13H9
1890
1891
1392
13*94
1895
1C96
1397
1^-93-1901
undated
9
19
11
12
13
(cent. on next pap,e)
Inventory (cent.)
3ox
Description
Boeder
Financial papers: 1373--1197
19
3
''
"
: 1P.93
5
6
"
'*
"
"
Aup.
: 1R95. Jan.
: 1P95, Sept. - Dec.
3
"
"
: 1897
Financial papers:
20
"
"
"
"
"
2
3
4
5
6
"
"
"
''
7
5
9
10
21
1
7
8
23
:
;
:
:
19C4
1905
1906
1907
*'
"
"
"
"
='
"
"
1^09
: 1910
: 1911
: 1912
"
''
'
^'
- 1914
: 1^15
2.
3
4
Financial napers: 1916-1919
'* ^ 19 If,
''
^' : 1917
"
" : 1913
"
: 1919
"
"
1
2
Financial
"
"
1
2
Financial papers: 1944-1946
.... ^A (cent.)
- . iQ^^
-
1
"
"
"
3
4
5
24
"
"
"
"
: 13-9
: 1^00
ri901
: 1902
; 1903
financial papers: 1^08-1915
" : 1908
"
2
3
4
5
22
"
'^
"
"
"
1
^
3
*
"
"
-"
''
; 1^20-1935
: 1936
. lo^y
: 1942-1943
: 1944
financial na^ers: 1^47-194°, undated
" : 1947
"
t
t]
: undated, rise.
'
"
Ms53A
Camak family
Camak family papers, addendum.
.5 linear feet
James Camak, 1795-1847, m 1820 to Helen Smith Findley, dau of UGA President Robert
and Esther Flynt Caldwell Findley.
The materials include lots of photographs of the Caldwell family, a few of the Findley
family, Camak house & plans, Tallulah Falls, Ga area, lots of local scenes. There are a
few letters and a typed sketch of the Georgia Rail Road and newspaper clipping regarding
the railroad and some copies of English/French records.
There are receipts for cotton purchases from James Peek of Crawfbrdville, Ga by a
company in Augusta.
See finding aid for detailed information.
Ms 53 A Camak family papers - addendum
Box 26: 1 - Photos: Camak house, James Camak I, Mrs James Camak
2 - Photos: Caldwell, Findley families of New Jersey/New York; Caldwell
family castle, Co Donegal Ireland
3 - correspondence
TLS - W K Mooreland > James w Camak re arrow & spear head collection
DAR application for Josephine Smythe Camak & letter from DAR registrar
general
TLS - V L Collins > JWC regarding Princeton University info., 1915
ALS - Charles Pugsley > Mrs Camak, 1916
TLS - Henry R Goetchins > James Camak re estate of Wm S Shepherd
copy of plans for Camak House from Historic American Bldgs Survey
4 - typed sketch of Ga Railroad, newstory of same
5 - Photos: Tallulah Falls, Ga area, many identified
6 - newsclippings - presidential matters; photos from books of some presidents;
photos from book of Wm B McKinley, nephew of Mrs Camak
7 - photos: unidentified - includes double barrel cannon,
portrait of a lady made in Augusta
log cabin,
7 black children in cotton field,
cotton gin,
house with 4 blacks,
2 black men with wagon wheels
2 boys with fish catch outside store 'Kodaks'
lady in graduate gown - Annie Camak?
postcards from Ft Sheridan IL
8 - presidential ballot of 1920 & local elections
classified directory of Athens, no date
9 - James Peek of Crawfordville Ga - cotton purchases
10 - English & French records [copies] - warrant to execute King Charles I, 1648;
documents of Louis XVI, Louis XIV, Louis XV and G Cardinal Chiaramonti
[Pope Pius VII]
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Ms 2345
Camak, James, 1822-1893.
James Camak family papers, 1866-1914 (bulk 1879-1914).
2.25 linear ft.
Arranged by record type.
James Camak (1822-1893), physician, married Mary Rebecca Wellborn (d. 1919),
resided in Athens, Georgia. Their children include James Wellborn Camak,
lawyer, and Louis Camak (b. 1873).
The collection consists of papers of the James Camak family of Athens, Georgia
from 1866-1914. The papers consist of correspondence (1882-1905) and bills or
receipts (1879-1914). The correspondence contains letters (1882) from Annie T.
Camak to James and Mary Camak describing Annie's trip through Europe, letters
between Annie and Mary Camak, and letters between Mary Camak and Louis or James
W. Camak. Most of the correspondence is persona! pertaining to news of family,
friends, and social activities.
Forms part of: E. Merton Coulter manuscript collection II.
Cite as: E. Merton Coulter manuscript collection 11, James Camak family papers
(3:19-7:12). Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia
Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Women travelers—Georgia. 2. Athens (Ga.)--Socia! life and customs—19th
century. 3. Athens (Ga.)--Social life and customs—20th century. 4. EuropeDescription and travel—19th century. 1. Camak, Mary Wellborn, d. 1919. II.
Camak, Louis, b. 1873. III. Camak, James Wellborn. IV. Camak, Annie T. V.
Camak, Annie. VI. GAGP
Camak Family Papers
in
E. Merton Coulter Historical Manuscripts
Ms 2345
(Boxes 3 - 7)
Inventory
Box 3
Genealogy, Correspondence 1866-1915 and Undated
Folder
Description
19
Genealogy
20
Correspondence 1866-1888
21
Correspondence 1889-1915
22
Fragments
23
Undated
Box 4
General A - Z
1
Cards. Miscellaneous
2
Compositions
3
Invitations
4
Medical Information
5
Photographs
6
Receipts
Box 5
Statements 1879-1897
1
1879-1884
2
1885
3
1886
4
1887
5
1888
Box 5 (continued)
Folder
Description
6
1889
7
1890
8
1891
9
1892
10
1893
11
1894
12
1895
13
1896
14
1897
Box 6
Statements 1898-1903
1
1898
2
1899
3
1900
4
1901
5
1902
6
1903
Box 7
Statements 1904-1914 and Undated
Folder
Description
1
1904
2
1905
3
1906
4
1907
5
1908
6
1909
8
1910
9
1911
10
1913
11
1914
12
Undated
CAMDEN COUNTY - EARLY COURT CASE, 1829, 1830
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
813
Accession No. ——.— . „„—-—.—
Date
Dec. 16, 1829, April 1830
Dates Covered —————— ____________
^
_______
^^er of Items
,^ „ .
Camden County - Early Court Case
Name of Coltechon .——
Given by * ^***^ ^* ^°^^? ^^^ Books, Il4 S. Palmway, Lake Worth, Fla.
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival =
APi*^' 1973 .
33460
Mail.
DESCRIPTION :
Two handwritten documents re case: Daniel Gracie,
(by administrator Archibald Clark) vs. Ephraim Harrison, re money
owed estate.
UGL 832
CAMDEN COUNTY—ELECTION—1792
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MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No. J^ JL ^*__-_
Dates Covered _____Qctober..l^.lI92.
Date ---.-.,noYember^_1966_____
Number of Items —.——.—.1.__-——_
Name of Collection .^_.C.a^en_^ounty__EJLe.ctic3i,..J17R2_._____________.______
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from :
Other terms
J. S. Russell-Rigby
(see entry under this name)
Date & method of arrival
DESCRIPTION
Camden County, list of people voting for members of U. S. Congress,
October 1, 1792. Certified by William N. Black, "one of the clerks at said
election."
Results of the election are on the reverse.
SUBSEQUENT HISTORY
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Ms 3103
Camp Crawford W. Long, Civilian Conservation Corps, Chatsworth, Georgia
Photograph, 1934
1 item
An 8" x 19 % " black and white photograph of Camp Crawford W. Long dated
4/3/34.
1. Chatsworth, Ga. - Photograph
2. Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) - Georgia - Photograph
3. Photograph
DAMP, ERNEST.
Peter son Gift)
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MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No. ...... ......_19_9_____________
Dates Covered . ..
Date . ..^ept - __19_68___ _____
Number of Items
_
Name of Collection ......-^ST__C_AMP_- _IETTER_,_______________________
Given by : Miss Johnnie Inez Peterson.
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival:
Via John W. Bonner, 1$68.
DESCRIPTION
Ls. to Miss Johnnie Peterson
Dated: Dec. 29, 1933
here.
re: Covering letter for booklet and biographical material.
See Biography File under CAMP4MMHHHm_, for other.
UGL 832
Booklet not
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Ms 2333
Camp, Paul A.
Paul A. Camp papers, 1943-1945.
.5 linear ft.
Arranged by record type.
Paul A. Camp, soldier with the 86th Chemical Mortar Battalion during World War
II. Served in the European theater.
The collection consists of papers of Paul A. Camp from 1943-1945. The papers
include correspondence; printed U.S. Army materials including handbooks,
pamphlets, and regulations; photographs of the Bergen-Belsen concentration
camp; and copies of the Stars and Stripes and the Yank. The correspondence is
from Camp to his aunt, Emily DeVore, written from Belgium, France, Germany, and
Czechoslovokia during Camp's service with the 86th Chemical Mortar Battalion
during World War II. While the letters mainly contain personal information,
they also include some discussion of the various areas, military life, and
civilians.
Cite as: Paul A. Camp papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. United States. Army. Chemical Mortar Battalion, 86th. 2. Concentration
camps-Germany. 3. Soldiers-United States. 4. World War, 1939-1945.1. GAGP
PAUL A. CAMP COLLECTION
Ms 2333
INVENTORY
received May 11, 1985
Correspondance:
Letters written by Paul A. Camp addressed to his aunt, written
at various locations in the European theater.
Printed Matter:
How to Shoot; Army Song Book; Chemical Warfare Service Field
Manual; Rifle Marksmanship; Chemical Decontamination Materials
and Equipment; Firat Aid for Soldiers; When You Are Overseas;
service record; shoe purchase certificate; telephone card;
Yank magazine-various issues ca. 1943-1945; Stars and Stripes
various editions ca. 1944-1945.
Photographs:
Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
Artifacts:
Piece of camouflage parachute; 3 C-ration tins.
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Ms 3042
Campbell, James L., 1913-1998
Safari Centrafrique with Claude Vasselet: typescript/by James L. Campbell, 1963
1 item
James L. Campbell (1913-1998) was a doctor in Orlando, Florida. He and a friend, Jerry
Ross, went on safari in the Central African Republic in February and March of 1963.
Claude Vasselet was their white hunter.
The collection consists of a typed booklet written by Campbell giving a daily account of
the safari. There are detailed descriptions of the trip to Africa, the hunts, the animals, the
food, and the people. The last page lists the animals killed by each man and includes
elephants, lions, and leopards. After pages 21 and 43 there are copies of five photographs
of the hunters with their kill.
Cite as: Safari Centrafrique: typescript by James L. Campbell, Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602
1. Safaris -- Africa 2. Hunting — Africa
CAMPBELL, JOHN ARCHIBALD
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MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No._1§60_______
Dates Covered
Date .-A-Ja^uary_13l8______
Number of Items ___2______
1865 - 1911
Name of Collection __ John Archibald Campbell_________________
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from:
Other terms
Duncan G. Groner, Jacksonville, KLorida
Date & method of arrival:
Spring 1977 by
DESCRIPTION
John Archibald Campbell (18U-1&39) was a native of Wilkes County, Geor
gia, and a graduate of the University of Georgia at the age of 15. At 18 he
was admitted to the practice of law by an act of the legislature. Soon there
after he removed to Montgomery, Alabama. In 1853 he was nominated for a seat
on the Supreme Court by President Franklin Pierce. Ee resigned his position
in 1861 returning South to become Assistant Secretary of War. Ibllowing the
war he returned to private law practice in New Orleans.
As Assistant Secretary of W^r for the Confederate States, Campbell was
a member of the conference at Hampton Roads in 186$. The two scrapbooks which
comprise this collection both deal in large part with Caspbell's interest in
this conference. One scrapbook contains typescripts of Campbell's correspon
dence and opinions while the second has newspaper articles and two obituaries.
213/1-T3/5CO
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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 792
Campbell, John Archibald, 1811 -1889.
John Archibald Campbell papers, 1842-1843,1885.
3 items.
(1853-1861).
John Archibald Campbell (1811-1889), Justice U. S. Supreme Court
Archibald Campbell to
The collection consists of two letters (1842 and 1885) from John
s (1843) from
his sister Rebecca Anne Campbell Butler and a deed of gift of slave
the education of
Campbell to Butler. The letters deal mainly with family matters,
CampbeH's children, and the economic situation.
Manuscript Library
Cite as: John Archibald Campbell papers, Hargrett Rare Book and
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens,GA 30602.
United StatesI.Butler, Rebecca Anne Campbell. 2. Slavery-United States. 3.
Economic conditions—to 1865.
Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library
University of Georgia Libraries
Ms 2663
Joseph M. and Bertha Courtright Campbell photograph collection,
ca.!850's-early 1900's
105 items
Arranged by photograph type
Collection consists of mainly unidentified photographs of people related to Joseph
M. and Bertha Courtright Campbell who lived in Hackettstown, New Jersey in the early
1900's. Most of the images are cabinet cards, but there are also 7 cartes de visite and 16
tintypes, as well as other sizes of photographs. Of the few identified images are included
a boudoir card photograph (5 %" x 8 %") of the United States Naval Hospital and a
cabinet card photograph of a Dr. Dedrick who accompanied Robert E. Peary on his
1898-1902 Polar expedition.
Cite as the Joseph M. and Bertha Courtright Campbell Photograph Collection,
Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens,
GA 30602.
1. Boudoir card photographs 2. Cabinet photographs 3. Cartes de visite
4. Dedrick, ?-Photograph 5. Hackettstown, New Jersey-Photographers 6. Photographs
7. Tintypes 8. United States Naval Hospital-Photograph
CAMPBELL FAMILY CHARTS
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Dates Covered
Accession No- .. .1^3.6
Date
2Q January i Q?p
Name of CoUection
Number of Items
Family
Given by Mary Warren, 1978
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival 1978
DESCRIPTION
These Charts done by N. Klapham, Belfast, show Campbell-Allen-LongstreetSibley-Marshall connections.
313/12-78/500
C
CANNADY GIFT (ON GOV. GE&GE tMTHEMS)
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MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No..—*^2*2?________
Dates Covered
Date ...-I957____________
Number of Items
Name of Collection
1739-1812
J^^H GIFT OF MATERIAL ON GOVERNOR GEORGE MATTHEWS
Given by : Robert Bruce Cannaday, Grad. M.A. in History, 1957.
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival:
In person, June, 1957*
PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION
") Material pertaining to Georgia's Governor George Matthews,
700cards
(_ Gov. 1787-88, 1793-96, used by Mr. Cannady in writing Master's
1 reprint
5 typed letters; thesis.
8 photostats ^
See: Cannaday, Robert Bruce: The Public Life of George Matthews in Georgia.
Athens, Ga. unpublished Master's thesis. 1957*
SUBSEQUENT HISTORY
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Dates Covered
Accession No.
18 June 1981
Name of Collection
30 November 1906
Number of Items
Cantey, H.B._
Note
Given by Madison-Morgan Cultural Center
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
June 1971
DESCRIPTION
H. B. Cantey of Atlanta in this note dated 30 November 1906 borrows five
hundred dollars from W. P. Robertson. The note is on Morgan County Bank stationary.
1.
313/2-60/500
Madison, Georgia.
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Ms 1612
Capote, Truman, 1924Truman Capote papers, 1939-1976.
.5 linear ft.
Truman Capote (1924- ), American author.
The collection consists of papers of Truman Capote from 1939-1976. The papers
include correspondence, two corrected typescripts of excerpts from ANSWERED
PRAYERS, and a scrapbook containing clippings about Capote. The correspondence
discusses Capote's writings particularly BREAKFAST AT TIFFANYS, publication
details, and possible changes or deletions in Capote's works.
Calendar of correspondence available in repository.
Cite as: Truman Capote papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602.
1. American literature-20th century. 2. Authors, American. 3. Publishers and
publishing-United States. 4. Manuscripts. I. GAGP
CALENDAR
of
Ms 1612
Capote, Truman,
1924Papers.
Correspondence:
Folder 1 — 17 September 19^0 from Margaret Hauser of Scholastic magazine to
Capote discussing a piece he submitted to the magazine.
^
Folder 2 — 15 January 19^3 from C. McHugh, secretary of the Franklin School, to
"Tinman" Capote noting the hour for an ancient history examination.
Folder 3 — 4 October 19% from Capote (autograph letter signed) to Bill and
Roslyn Targ. "Enclosed is a brochure concerning a very beautiful play E'Light
a Penny Candle' by Jack Dunphy]. I am helping the producers raise the back
ing because of my great admiration for it. I don't knov if you ever invest in
plays — but this one is extremely worthwhile and I wish you would: anything
from 3500 on. No use asking for the_ script because it is being revised ....
The brochure is present along with a carbon copy of the letter the Targs sent
declining Capote's offer.
Folder 4 — 1958 (undated) from Capote (autograph letter signed) to Rust Hills of
Esquire magazine written from Hotel. Meltemi, Pares, Greece. The letter reads
in part: "Very pleased you like Breakfast at Tiffany's. I want you to restore
the several deletions that occur in the Bazaar's MSS. (which must be the one
you have). Their fiction editor, Alice Morris, will know what I mean, and I'm
sure she will be very cooperative. Also, I hope you will not use that coarse
paper that Esquire sometimes does; of course I don't see how you can, since you
are going to illustrate with David Attie's photographs. I'm very happy that
you are using his pictures, as I think they are excellent. Of course, I will
want to see proofs. ..."
Folder 5 — 22 July 1958 from Capote (autograph letter signed) to Rust Hills of
Esquire magazine written from Villa Meltemi, Pares, Greece. The letter, in
partial reading, states: "When in New York I talked to you (or someone at
Esquire) about the possibility of buying 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' I said I
would not be interested if you did not use .Attie's photographs. The cable
sent ce in Athens specifically stated that Attie's pictures would be used.
Now, today, I learn that this promise is not being kept. ..." Also dis
cusses deletions in the manuscript.
Folder 6 — 4 July 196l from Capote (autograph letter signed) to Rust Hills of
Esquire magazine written from Palamos, Costabrava, Spain. He writes of nice- .
tine poisoning, his travel plans, and remarks, "Months ago, I wrote a card
asking you to send me 2 tearsheet copies of my story 'Among the Paths to
Eden.' But, if sent, they never arrived."
Folder 7 — 5 October 196l from Capote (autograph postcard signed) to Louis
Untermeyer written from Palamos, Costabrava, Spain. He notes he is hard at
work on a book and thanks Untermeyer for writing him. Photocopy. Original
postcard tipped into Capote's Other Voice, Other Rooms, author collection,
copy 2
Folder 8 — 27 November 196l from Capote (autograph postcard signed) to Rust
Hills of Esquire magazine from Verbier, Switzerland. Capote writes in part,
"Thanks for the note. But you stop looking in 'The New Yorker' —- it will
be another year before I've finished (after all, its 120,000 words long) .
^
Folder 9 — undated from Capote to Bill Reed. Telegram and envelope on travel
plans. Photocopy. Originals laid into Capote's Other Voices, Other Rooms,
author collection, copy 1.
Folder 10 — undated from Capote (autograph letter signed) to Roslyn Targ.
thanks the Targs for their hospitality.
He
Typescripts:
Folder 11 — "Msjave." Itl page typescript corrected throughout by Capote. An
excerpt from his novel, Answered Prayers, this is the manuscript sent to Gor
don Lish, editor of Esquire, for publication in the June 1975 issue. Inscribed
on the last page: "Pour le Monsieur Lish avec Love, Truman." The text differs
in many places from the printed version, a photocopy of which accompanies.
Folder 12 — "Kate McCloud." 36 page typescript corrected throughout by Capote.
Published in Esquire December 1976, this piece is an excerpt from Answered
Prayers. The text varies considerably from the printed text, a copy of which
accompanies it. This manuscript with a note from Capote: "For Gordon Lish,
with the hope that he will approve of this effort — Affectionately, Truman,"
is enclosed in a hardbound folder supplied by Capote.
Scrapbook:
Folder 13 — Scrapbook initialled T. G. C. with several clippings (some dating
to Capote's high school years), bits of ephemera, and other miscellanea laid
in.
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Ms 747
Carleton family.
Carleton family papers, 1857-1865.
14 items.
Mary E. Carleton, sister of Dr. George E. Carleton, married John Chapman of
Jeffersonville, Georgia.
The collection consists of papers of George Carleton, John Chapman, and Mary
Carleton Chapman from 1857-1865. The bulk of the collection contains
Confederate materials pertaining to John Chapman or George Carleton including
receipts of corn and bacon for troops, impressment forms for wheat and rye, and
a completed tax-in-kind form. Also included in the collection is a notice of
George Carleton's graduation at Jefferson Medical College (1857), typescript of
a poem about the South by Mary Carleton, and biographical materials.
Originally received as part of the Eunice Williams Reeld papers.
Cite a&: Carleton family papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries., Athens GA 30602.
t. Confederate States of America. Army—Supplies and stores. 2. GeorgiaHistory-Civil War, 1861-1865. 3. Poem. I. Carleton, George E. II. Chapman, Mary
E. Carleton. III. Chapman, John, fl. 1857-1865. IV. GAGP
]
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Ms 1029
Carlton, Henry HulL 1834-1905.
Henry H. Carlton notebook, [ca. 1860-188-].
1 items.
Henry Hull Carlton (1834-1905), Confederate Captain, Georgia's Troup
Artillery. Troup Artillery was originally attached to the 2nd Georgia
Infantry; afterwards to Company A, Cobb's Brigade; finally to Captain M.
Stanley's Independent Company Georgia Artillery.
The collection consists ef a notebook of Captain Henry H. Carlton from 1860ca. 1880's. The notebook begins in 1860 as L.C. Cooper's notebook while a
student at Franklin College (University of Georgia, Athens) and contains
several literary pieces copied by Cooper. In 1861, Captain H.H. Carlton used
the book to record the list of soldiers who served in the Troup Artillery
during the Civil War. After the war someone, probably Edwin D. Newton,
Secretary of the Survivors Association of Confederate Veterans of Northeast .
Georgia, added place of residence, death dates, and other data to the list.
The notebook contains a mixture of various notes and includes material on
Carlton's Company.
Cite as: Henry H. Carlton notebook. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602
1. Confederate States of America. Army. Troup Artillery. 2. VeteransConfederate States of America. 3. Georgia-History—Civil War, 1861-1865. 4.
Georgia-History-Civil War. 1861-1865-Registers. 5. Military records. 1. GAGP
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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 3284
Carlton, Joseph Bamett, 1822-1881
J. B. Carlton ledger, 1869-1870
1 v.
Arranged in chronological order
Dr. Joseph Barnett Carlton (1822-1881) was a physician and the son of James R. and E.
A. Carlton
The collection consists of the accounts ledger of Dr. J. B Carlton for his medical practice
in Athens, Georgia from 1869-1870. Entries include name of patient, reason for visit,
medicine dispensed, and price. Entries sometimes included names of servants treated and
payment with such items as a cow or wood. There is a name index for each year with
designations beside names if the person was a student, factory worker, or lived outside
Athens.
Cite as: J B. Carlton ledger, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of
Georgia Libraries, Athens, Ga 30602
1. Physicians—Georgia 2. Medicine—Practice—Georgia—Accounting
3. Athens (Ga.) 4 Clarke County (Ga.) 5. Account book
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MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No......1227_______
Dates Covered
Date .— 13- Ja5uary_1928____
Number of Items
Name of Collection
Livy Carlton - Scrapbook
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
DESCRIPTION
Signed on verso of front cover " Livy Carlton 'Cloverhurst'. Lucy Cobb
Institute. l8$4. Athens, Ga.", this scrapbook essentially consists of cut
outs of advertisements of the period with autograph verses of scripture rela
ting to the pictures. There are also inserted several newspaper clippings
and colorful advertising cards. Twelve leaves are filled with pasted-on items
while other materials are inserted interlinearly on the blanks.
313/1-73/500
ON
CARLTON, WILLIAM MARION - GENEALOGICAL COLLECTI
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.—^9JL_
Dates Covered _
Date ...11 April 1978..
Number of Items
Name of Collection
r^?
Given by: Betty H. Carlton (Mrs. Wm. M. Carlton)
Deposited by
c? f^i< , r.^O
Purchased from
rom the collection without permission
d*^f
ishe
publ
be
can
Other terms : Nothing
n Carlton.
of Mrs. Wm. M. Carlton or her son, William Orte
Date & method of arrival: March 26, 1974
DESCRIPTION
at the University of Ga.,
William Marion Carlton, a professor of Botanyuding all variant spellings.
incl
spent many years researching the Carlton name(mos
t of which is numbered accor
ce
nden
espo
corr
his
This collection includes
alogical worksheets, his booklets
ding to when sent and when received), his gene ly names connected to the
on the Carlton Family, pictures, etc. Other fami
ion of research on are:
Carlton Family of which there is a goodly port
Parks
Gray
Alderman
Pipes
Hendry
Altman
Powell
Hurst
Bates
Puryear
Helling s worth
Bryan
Reed
Jarrett
Carson
Rogers
Kendrick
Casan
Sinmons
McKinney
Chastain
Sloan
Martin
Coker
Spencer
Mathis
Curtis
Stewart
Mickler
Davenport
t
Swea
Moody .
David
or
Tayl
Moore
Dougherty
t
Trot
Murphy
Du.r ranee
den
Whid
MjLstoe
Easley
ingham
Will
Owen
Fleming
ofilm which have been cat
There are two Carlton family histories on micr
aloged for the'microfilm collection.
rARLTON, WILLIAM MARION - Botany Collection
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MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
1
Accession No. _13^________
Date
20 September 1078
Dates Covered —
Number of Items __Ca. inn
Name of Collection .—JSJJJ^JiLJilaj^cn^BJ^U^Qn-BQtany^Cnl 1 prt, i nn
Betty H. Carlton (Mrs. Wm. M. Carlton)
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
Spring, 1978
Thig collection consists of a few of Dr. Carlton's class
DESCRIPTION
notes and the manuscript of his book.
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Ms 59
Carlton / Newton / MeH family papers, 1814-1932.
3.75 linear A.
Arranged by record type.
John Hamlin Newton (1800-1889), businessman, manufacturer, resided in
Jefferson County, Georgia until 1837, then Athens, Georgia. His daughter
Helen, married Henry Hull Carlton (1834-1905), Confederate soldier, doctor,
lawyer of Athens, Georgia. Their daughter, Helen Newton Carlton married John
Dagg Mell, son of Patrick Hues Mell.
The collection consists of papers of the Carlton, Newton, and MeH families of
Athens, Clarke County, Georgia from 1814-1932. Contains mainly correspondence
of Henry Hull Carlton, Benjamin Mell, Edwin D. Newton, John Hamlin Newton, and
other family members. Of particular interest are eleven letters from James
Ryder Randall to Edwin D. Newton and Civil War letters (1861-1864) of Henry H.
Carlton while serving in the Troup Artillery in Savannah, Georgia and Richmond,
Virginia and letters (1861-1862) from Benjamin MeH while serving in Cobb's
Legion near Richmond. Also includes land grants, account books, writings, and
printed material. The collection contains some material relating to Thomas S.
MeH, as treasurer of the Georgia State Teachers College (1927-1932) and
general orders of the United Confederate Veterans.
Finding aid available in repository.
Cite as: Carlton / Newton / Mell family papers. Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Carlton family. 2. Newton family. 3. MeH family. 4. Confederate States of
America. Army. Cavalry. Cobb's Legion. 5. Confederate States of America. Army.
Troup Artillery. 6. Georgia State Teachers College (Athens, Ga.) 7. United
Confederate Veterans. 8. Soldiers—Georgia. 9. Veterans—Societies, etc.—
Georgia. 10. Teachers colleges-Georgia. H.Georgia—History—Civil War, 18611865. 12. Virginia-History-Civil War, 1861-1865. 13. Athens (Ga.) 14. Clarke
County (Ga.) 15. Account books. I. Newton, John Hamlin, 1800-1889.11. Carlton,
Henry Hull, 1834-1905. HI. Mell, Benjamin, 1841-1862. IV. Randall, James Ryder. V. Mell,
John Dagg. VI. Newton, Edwin D. VII. MeH, Thomas S.
U. OF
CARLTON-NEtJTON-MELL COLLECTION
Ms. 59
Inventory
BOX#
FOLDERS
DESCRIPTION
1
——
1
2
— Correspondence, 1814-1873
1814-1829 ...
...
1830-1833 ...
...
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
...
^
.
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
1834-1839 ...
1840-1849
1850-1855
1856-1859
1860-1862
1863-1864
1865-1869
1870-1873
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
—
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
— Correspondence,
1874-1879
...
1880-1881
...
1882-1883
...
1884-1885
...
1886-1887
...
1888-1889
...
1890-1891
...
1874-1893
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
——
1
2
3
4
5
6 ,
7
8
—Correspondence,
1894-1895
...
1896-1897
...
1898
...
1899
...
1900-1901
...
1902
...
1903
...
1904-1905
...
1894-1905
...
...
——
1
2
3
4
— Correspondence, 1906-1909
1906
...
1907
...
1908
...
1909
...
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
...
1892-1893 ...
— Correspondence,
1910-1Q11
...
1912-1913
...
1914-1915
...
1916-1917
...
1918-1919
...
1920-1929
...
...
...
1910-1929
...
...
...
...
...
...
BOX#
DESCRIPTION
FOLDER^
— Various Letters & Writings
6a
1
2
3
Hell, Benjamin. Letters, 1859-1862..
Carlton, H. H.. Letters, 1860-1869..
Randall, J. R.. Letters, 1906-1907..
Newton, Dr. E. D.. Manuscripts (nd).
Diary Fragments, 1842-1861 .........
— Misc. Corres. & Papers, undated -
6b
1
2
3
Miscellaneous Undated Correspondence
Various Unidentified, Misc. Writings
Miscellaneous Printed Matter, etc.,.
Business Papers & Miscellaneous Items
— Georgia State Teachers College —
6c
1
2
3
AUDITS,
1927-1931 ...
— Miscellaneous ———————————————
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 (cont.)
Carlton, Marian. Account Books (3)..
Newton, John. Memorandum Book (c.1830)
Mell, John D. Account Book, 1896-1898
Land Transfer Book, 1825-1836 ......
Land Grant Documents, 1354 .........
United Confederate Vets, Can. Orders
Mell, Patrick H. Lecture Book (LAW).
Newton, John H. Letter/Acct. Book...
Carlton, B. R.. Account Book, 1348..
Misc. Note & Address Books (3)......
Partial Deck of Playing.Cards,L^^.T.
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MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.
Date
1556_______
19 Oct. 1979______
Name of Collection
Dates Covered
1942-1977
Number of Items
Carr Lee Grocery Records
Given by
Mrs. Ellen F. Payne, 101 Kathlee Road, Svainsboro, Ga.
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
summer 1979 by Farris Cadle
DESCRIPTION
The Carr Lee Grocery Store was located in Svainstoro, Georgia.
was founded in 1890 and closed in April 1977operating records mainly from the 195^-1970.
It
This collection contains its
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Carr, Thomas, d. 1820.
Thomas Carr family papers, 1730-1891.
5.5 linear A.
Arranged in chronological order.
The collection consists of the papers of Thomas Carr and his son. William A.
Carr of Columbia County, Georgia from 1730-1891. Includes correspondence,
bills, receipts, land grants, court records, bonds, and slave records.
Materials mainly related to late 18th and early 19th century land speculation
in Camden County (Ga.), Yazoo purchase, and northeast Georgia. Also includes
some material relating to William Low (Mrs. Carr's grandson by her first
husband).
Cite as: Thomas Carr family papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602
1. Low, William. 2. Yazoo fraud. 3. Slave bills of sale-Georgia. 4. SlaveryGeorgia. 5. Real estate investment—Georgia—I8th century. 6. Real estate
investment—Georgia--19th century. 7. Columbia County (Ga.) 8. Camden County
(Ga.) 9. Land grants. 1. Carr family. 11. Carr. William A. (William Anthony)
The University of Georgia Libraries
Special Collections Department
Manuscripts Section
Carr Collection
MS 21
Folder Inventory
compiled by
Elizabeth K. Knox
J4ANUSCRIPTS DEPARTMENT
Carr Collection
Box
_1
2
Folder
.
1
Description
Correspondence, Aug., 1733 - 17**0
2
"
Oct. 25, 1766 - Mar., 1780
3
"
Nov. 2^, 1781 - July 13, 178!
it
"
July 15, 178*1 - March 1786
5
"
April - Sept. 1786
6
"
Oct. 1786 - June 1787
7
"
July 1787 - Oct. 1788
8
"
Nov. 1788 - Nov. 1789
9
"
Jan. - Aug. 1790
10
"
Aug. 2lt, 1790 - Jan. 18, 179:
11
"
Jan. 22, 1791 - Aug. 1791
12
" .
Jan. 1791 - Aug. 1792
1
Correspondence, Sept. - Dec. 1792
(including T. Carr Diary)
2
"
Jan.*- May 1793
3
"
June 3, 1793
It
"
June 5 - Sept. 4, 1793
5
"
Sept. it - Dec. 1793
6
"
Memoranda Book - 1793
7
"
179*1
8
"
1795
9
"
1796
10
Carr, Thomas. Listed Properties
1796, 1798-1812, 1812-1820
Carr Collection - Ms. 21
Box
Folder
3
1
4
Correspondence, Nov. 1798 - July 1799
2
"
1797 - Oct. 1798
3
"
Aug. 1799 - 179?
4
"
1800
5
"
1801
6
Memoranda Book - 1801 (T. Carr)
7
Receipt Book- l801 (T. Carr)
8
1802
9
1803
10
1804
1
Correspondence, 1805
2
1806
3
1807
4
5
Description
Memoranda & Debt Book
5
1808
6
1809
7
Papers relating to Brownson, Reuben Estate,
1804-1809
8
Correspondence, Jan. - Oct. 1810
9
"
Nov. 1810 - May l8ll
10.
"
June - Dec. l8ll
1
Correspondence, Jan. - June 1812
2
"
July - Dec. 1812
3
"
1813
4
"
1814
5
"
1815
Carr Collection - Ms. 21
Box
5 con't
6
Folder
6
Description
Correspondence, Jan. - Aug. I8l6
7
"
Sept. - Dec. l8l6
8
"
1817
9
"
1818
10
Carr, Elijah W. = Translation of
Juvenal's Satires- l8l8
11
Correspondence, 1819
12
"
1820
13
"
1823 - 1832
1
Correspondence, 1833 - 1840
2
"
l8lH - 1842
3
"
1843 - 18^5
4
"
1846-1847
5
"
1848 - 1849
6
"
1850-1854 *
7
"
1855 - 1859
8
"
i860 - 1868
9
"
1869 - 1877
10
Lumpkin, E.K. Memoranda Book
1878 - 1891
11
7
1
1877
Carr, Thomas.
Payments by - 1782-1793
2
"
"
1794-1796
3
"
".
lypy
4
"
"
1798
5
"
"
1799
6
"
"
1800-1801
Carr Collection - Ms. 21
Box
Y con't
g
Folder
7
Description
Carr, Thomas. Payments by - 1802
8
"
"
1803
p
"
"
1804-1805
10
11
"
"
"
"
1806
1807
12
"
"
1808
1
Carr, Thomas. Payments by - 1809
2
"
"
ISIO
^
"
"
1811
^
"
"
1812-1813
g
"
"
1816
Y
"
"
1817
8
"
"
1818-1820
p
"
"
10
"
"
11
"
12
tt
"
1809-1820
13
"
"
1793-1814
1^
"
"
1819-1826
15
"
"
1827-1828
16
"
"
1829-1832
1Y
"
"
1833-18^1
18
"
"
1843-1845
1
-
1783-1802
.
"
undated
1803-1808.
Carr, William A. Payments to - 1846
2
"
"
1847
2
"
"
1848-1849
CARR COLLECTION - Ms. 21
Box
9 con't
Folder
It
Description
Payments to- 1850-1851
Carr, William. A.
5
"
"
1852-185!*
6
"
"
1855-1859
8
9
10
10
"
"
1868-1870
"
1848-1857
Promissory Notes - 1820-1826
11
"
1827-1828
12
"
1829-1831
13
"
1832-1836
.lit
"
1837-1839
15
1840-1848
16
1849-1851
17
"
1852-1876?
18
Freight Bills
1847-1848
19
"
1849-1850
1
2
1860-1867
'
7
Low, William.Papers. 1786-1802
"
"
1803-1807
3
Carr, William A. Freight Bills. 1852-1871
It
Low, William. Papers. I8o8-l8l2
5
Lev, William. Papers. I8l3-l8l9
6
Miscellaneous. 1779-1798
7
"
1799-1802
8
"
1803-1810
9
10
I8l7-l883
CARR COLLECTION - Ms. 21
Box
10 con't
Folder
Description
11
Maps
12
13
11
1
.
Slaves. 1781-1832
l833-l86i*
"
Tax Receipts. 1789-!805
2
"
1806-1830
3
"
1831-1859
it
"
1860-1881
5
Undated & Unidentified Items (l)
6
(2)
7
(3)
8
Correspondence, March - Dec. 18^
9
"
Jan. - May 1846
10
"
June - Dec. 1846
11
12
Carr - Greer Papers. Jan. - Feb.
"
"
18^7-1857
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 2801
Carte-de-visites, [ca. 1860-1880].
.25 linear ft.
Arranged in alphabetical order by surname.
The collection consists of carte-de-visites of various actors, actresses,
entertainers, and famous personages from ca. 1860-1880. Included are several
portraits of Tom and Lavinia Thumb.
Cite as: Carte-de-visites. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries., Athens GA 30602.
1. Thumb, Tom, 1838-1883. 2. Thumb, Lavinia. 3. Actors-Photographs. 4.
Actresses-Photographs. 5. Entertainers-Photographs. 6. Carte-de-visites I
GAGP
See also inventory.
Theatrical Cartes-de-Visite
MS2801
#1:1 Aimee. Marie
#1:2Akerstrom, Uttie
#1:3Banicau!t. ?
#1:4Barrett, ?
#1:5Barett, ?
#1:6 Barrett, Lawrence
#1:7 Barren, Chartes
#1:8 Barry, Mrs. Thomas
#1:9 Bateman, Kate
#1:10 Benson, Baby
#1:11 Bihin, E. (?)
#1:12Btake, WittiamRufus
#1:13B)ake, W.R.
#1:14B!ake, W.R.
#1:15B!ake, Mrs.
#1:16 Btake, Mrs. R.W.
#1:17 Bowers, Mrs. D.P
#1:18Brignoti, ?
#1:19 Brougham, John
#1:20 Brougham. John
#1:21 Brougham, John
#1:22 Brougham, John
#1:23 Brougham, John
#1:24 Brown, Mrs. Sedtey
#1:25Bryant, Date
#1:26 Bryant. Wittiam Cutten
#1:27 Burke. Jane
#1:28 Burton, W.E.
#1:29 Burton, W.E.
#1:30 Burton, W.E.
#1:31 Capianna
#1:32Chanfrau. T.S.
#1:33Chanfrau, Mrs.
#1:34Chanfrau, Mrs.
#1:35Cheney, Arthur
#1:36C)arke, Annie M.
#1:37 Ctaude, Toby; Mother of
#1:38Claxton, Kate
#1:39C)axton, Kate
#1:40C)axton, Kate
#1:41 Oaxton, Kate
#1:42C!axton, Kate
#1:43 Coghtan, Chartes
#1:44CoHins, John
#1:45Conway, LiHian
#1:46 Conway, Minnie
#1:47 Conway Sisters
#1:48 Crisp, ?
#1:49Cushman. C.
#1:50Cushman, C.
#1:51 Cushman, C.
#1:52 Davenport, ?
#1:53 Davenport, ?
#1:54 Davenport, Fanny
#1:55 Davenport, Fanny
#1:56 Davenport, Fanny
#1:57 Davenport, Fanny
#1:58 Davidge. John
#1:59DaVidge, M.A.
#1:60 DaVidge. Wittiam P.
#1:61 Denning (Denin?). Kate
#1:62 de Sortes, Bettina
#1:63 Dickson, Anna E.
#1:64 Druter (Sru)er?). Joseph T.
#1:65 Dubois. Camitte
#1:66 Dumas, A, and Ada of Menbin (?)
#1:67 Dumas. Estette
#1:68 Dutchir(Dutchie?), Chariey
#1:69Dutchir. Edith
#1:70Dyas, Ada
#1:71 Dyas. Ada
#1:72Dyas, Ada
#1:73Esten(Escten?)H.
#1:74Fechter
#1:75Fechter
#1:76 Fisher, Charies
#1:77Fisk, Jim
#1:78 Ftorence, Mr.
#1:79F!orence. Mrs.
#1:80 Ftorence, W.J.
#1:81 Ford, Annie
#1:82 Ford, Annie
#1:83 Forrest, Edwin
#1:84Forrest. Edwin
#1:85 Forrest. Edwin
#1:86 Forrest. Edwin
#1:87 Forrest, Edwin
#1:88 Forrest, Edwin
#1:89Gannon(?), Mary
#1:90 Gitbert, Anne Jane
#1:91 Gitbert. John
#1:92 Gitbert, Mrs.
#1:93Gitmore. ?
#1:94Gough, J.B.
#1:95 Granger, Maude
#1:96 Granger. Maude
#1:97Hackett, V.H.
#1:98Hackett, V.H.
#1:99 Haggard, ?
#1:100 Hattick, Fitz Greene
#1:101 Hathaway. Miss (?)
#1:102 Henriques, Madeteine
#1:103 Henriques, Madeteine
#1:104 Henriques, Madeteine
#1:105 Heron, Byon
#1:106 Herron. Byon
#1:107 Heron, Matitda
#1:108Hottand, George
#1:109 Hottand. George
#1:110Hott, Etise
#1:111 Honey, George
#1:112 Hosmer. Jean
#1:113 Hudson, H.B.
#1:114 Humbers (Hambers?), Princess
#1:115 Hunter, Harry
#1:116 James, David
#1:117 James, David
#1:118 James, G.P.R.
#1:119 Janaushek, Mrs.
#1:120 Jeffreys-Lewis, Miss
#1:121 Jeffreys-Lewis
#1:122 Jewett (Jewel)?), Sarah
#1:123 Kean, Chartes
#1:124 Kean, Chartes
#1:125 Kean, Chartes
#1:126 Lander, Jean Davenport
#1:127 Langston(?). Lity
#1:128 Laroni, Mrs.
#1:129 Lee, ?
#1:130 Lenick, Gus
#1:131 Lewis, James
#1:132 Lingard, Aiice
#1:133 Logan, Atice
#1:134 Logan, Alice
#1:135 Lotta
#1:136 Lotta
#1:137 MacReady, W.
#1:138 Markham, Pautine
#1:139 Markham, Pautine
#1:140 Marlowe(Morlowe?),?
$1:141 Massett, Stephen
#1:142Massey, Rose
#1:143 Mayne(Moyne?),?
#1:144 Mayo, Frank
#1:145 Menken.?
#1:146 Menken, Ada tsaacs
#1:147Mitchet), Maggie
#1:148 Mitchetl, Maggie
#1:149 Mitchell, Maggie
#1:150 Mitchelt, Maggie
#1:151 Mitchetl. Maggie
#1:152 Montague, Harry
#1:153 Montague, H.J.
#1:154 Montague, H.J.
#1:155 Montague, H.J.
#1:156 Montaiand,.Celine
#1:157 Moore, Louisa
#1:158Moulton, ?
#1:159 Murdoch, H.S.
#1:160 Murray, Terry
#1:161 Myers, Louisa (Louise?)
#1:162 Neilson, Adelaide
#1:163Neilson, Adelaide
#1:164 Neilson, Adelaide
#1:165 Neilson, Adelaide
#1:166 Neilson, Adelaide
#1:167 Neilson, Adelaide
#1:168 Neilson, Adelaide
#1:169 Newton, Kate
#1:170 Nitsson, Christine
#1:171 McNutt, G.W.; Warren, Minnie
#1:172 Parker, Margaret
#1:173Patti, Cartotta
#1:174Phittipps,Addie
#1:175Phittips, Laura
#1:176 Procter, Joe
#1:177 Procter, Joseph
#1:178 Riegnotds, Kate
#1:179Riegno)ds, Kate
#1:180 Riegnotds, Kate
#1:181 Riegnotds, Kate
#1:182 Richings, Carotine
#1:183 Rignotd, George
#1:184 Rignotd, George
#1:185 Rignotd, W.
#1:186Ristori, ?
#1:187 Ristori, ?
#1:188 Ristori, Adetaid
#1:189 Robertson, Agnes
#1:190 Rush, isadore
#1:191 Satvini, ?
#1:192Satvini, ?
#1:193Satvini, ?
#1:194Seguin. Zetda
#1:195Setchett, 0.
#1:196Setchett, Dan
#1:197 Shakespeare, Wittiam
#1:198 Shaw, Emma
#1:199 Siddons, Mrs. Scott.
#1:200 Siddons, Mrs. Scott.
#1:201 Scott-Siddons, Mrs.
#1:202 Siddons, ?
#1:203 Sothenas, G(?).A.
#1:204 Stevens, Emiiy
#1:205Stoddard, ?
#1:206 Stoddard, Lony
#1:207 Stratton, Chartes S. & Lavinia Warren
#1:208 Stratton, Chartes S. & Lavinia Warren
#1:209 Stratton, Chartes S. & Lavinia Warren
#1:210 Stratton, Chartes S. & Lavinia Warren
#1:211 Tennyson. Atfred Lord
#1:212 Thorne, Chartes R.
#1:213 Thorne, Chartes R.
#1:214Toote, J.L.
#1:215Tracy, Heten
#1:216Venturoti, ?
#1:217Wat!ack. J. Lester
#1:218Watack, L.
#1:219 Wattack, Lester
#1:220Wattack, Lester
#1:221 Wattack, Lester
#1:222 Wattack, Lester
#1:223 Wattack, Lester
#1:224 Wattack, Lester
#1:225Wat!ack, Lester
#1:226 Waliack, Lester
#1:227 Walter, Emma
#1:228 Wallet, C
#1:229 Warren, Wiiliam
#1:230 Weathersby, Eliza
#1:231 Western, Stelen(?)
#1:232 Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Barney
#1:233 Wiliiams, Barney and Wife
#1:234 Wood, Mrs. John.
#1:235 Wood, Mrs. John.
#1:236 Wood, Mrs. John.
#1:237 Wright, J.S.
#1:238 Young, Claudia (Clarissa?)
#1:239 Boston Museum Company
#1:240 Theatrical Company-C.D. Fredericks & Co.
(Actresses)
#1:241 Theatrica) Company-C.D. Fredericks & Co.
(Actresses)
#1:242 Theatrical Company-C.D. Fredericks & Co.
(Actors and Actresses)
#1:243 Theatrical Company-C.D. Fredericks & Co.
(Actors and Actresses)
#1:244 Theatrical Company-C.D. Fredericks & Co.
(Actresses)
#1:245 Theatrical Company-C.D. Fredericks & Co.
(Actors)
#1:246 Theatrical Company-C.D. Fredericks & Co.
(Actors)
#1:247 Theatrical Company-C.D. Fredericks & Co.
(Actors and Actresses)
#1:248 Various Poputar Actors
#1:249 H.B. (?) (otherwise unidentified)
#1:250 W.H. (?) (otherwise unidentified)
#1:251 Unidentified
#1:252 Unidentified
#1:253 Name indiscernable
[HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 3044
Carter, James H. (James Henry), b. 1822?
Papers, 1853-1861
45 items
James Henry Carter (b. 1822?) was a druggist in Savannah, Georgia. He and his wife
Henrietta previously lived in Augusta, Georgia.
The collection consists of correspondence, receipts, promissory notes and lega!
documents. One document concerns the sa!e of a lot in Laurel Grove Cemetery
(Savannah, Ga.) to James H. Carter. Most of the correspondence is from various law
firms who are collecting debts for Carter. A letter of December 26, 1860 states that
Carter and his family are leaving Savannah and moving to Texas.
Cite as: James H. Carter papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University
of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602
1. Savannah, Georgia 2. Laurel Grove Cemetery (Savannah, Ga.) 3. Pharmacists—
Georgia 4. Promissory notes—Georgia
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 169
Carter, John, fl. 1829-1836.
John Carter account book, 1829-1836.
Iv.
Arranged in chronological order.
John Carter owner of the Merchants' and Planters' supply house and cotton
shipping firm and the Swifitcreek Sawmill located in Macon, Bibb County,
Georgia. The Arm owned a boat which was used to carry cotton to Darien and
Savannah, Georgia and bring back merchandise stock.
The collection consists of an account book of John Carter for Merchants' and
Planters' (1829-1836) and the Swiftcreek Sawmill (1836-1837) both located in
Macon, Georgia. The ledger's entries contain the date, customer name, item
purchased, and price describing trade with planters in middle and southern
Georgia. Additional entries pertain to the recovery of runaway slaves and the
hire and management of boathands, mill hands, and farm hands.
Forms pan of: Georgia mercantile records.
Cite as: John Carter account book. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
University of Georgia Libraries. Athens GA 30602
1. Merchants-Georgia. 2. General stores-Georgia. 3. Lumber trade—Georgia.
4. Slavery—Georgia. 5. Cotton trade-Georgia. 6. Fugitive slaves—Georgia. 7.
Slave labor-Georgia. 8. Stores. Retail-Georgia. 9. Macon (Ga.) 10. Bibb
County (Ga.) 11. Account book. 12. Business records. I. Merchants' and
Planters' (Firm : Macon, Ga.) II. Swiftcreek Sawmill (Macon. Ga.) HI. GAGP [V.
Title: Georgia mercantile records.
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
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Ms 152
Carter, John C.
John C. Carter account book, 1831-1836.
1 v.
Arranged in chronological order.
John C. Carter, merchant, miller, saw mill owner of Macon, Bibb County,
Georgia.
The collection consists of an account book for a general store, saw mill, and
grist mill in Clinton and Macon, Georgia owned by John C. Carter from 1831
1836. Ledger entries include the customer's name, item purchased, and price
pertaining to sales of food, household goods, furniture, and lumber.
Additional entries relate to the hire of slaves for work, lOUs for cash or
materials. Carter's practice of using peddlers to sell watches, and grist mill
business. The ledger also contains lists of persons receiving meal, usually
soldiers crippled for life, widows, or orphans of soldiers, or aged and infirm
people.
Forms part of: Georgia mercantile records.
Cite as: John C. Carter account book. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library. University of Georgia Libraries. Athens GA 30602
1. Stores. Retail—Georgia. 2. General stores—Georgia. 3. Merchants—Georgia.
4. Slave labor—Georgia. 5. Lumber trade—Georgia. 6. Flour-mills—Georgia. 7.
Government purchasing of food—Georgia. 8. Veterans—Georgia. 9. SlaveryGeorgia. 10. Macon (Ga.) 11. Jones County (Ga.) 12. Clinton (Ga.) 13. Bibb
County (Ga.) 14. Account book. 15. Business records. 1. GAGP H. Title: Georgia
a mercantile records.
CARTER-MICHELL FAMILY BIBLE RECORD
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.. 1^3.4________
Date
29 January 1979______
Dates Covered
17on-i87S
, Number of Items
Name of Collection
Given by Mary Warren, 1978
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
1978
DESCRIPTION
This xerox of the Carter-Michell Bible record is taken from the 1703
family Bible published in London. Thomas Michall was Collector of the
Customs at Hampton, Virginia in the early 1700's.
313/12-78/500
CASH, CAMILLA - LETTER
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
!
Accession No.._.1
Date ._If
Dates Covered
.....
1847
Number of Items
Name of Collection .__Camilla_Cash _-_Letter
Given by: Gary Doster, Watkinsville, Georgia
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival:
DESCRIPTION
21 December 1977 by Mr. Doster
Iron Camilla Cash to her father Isaac Jarratt of Euntsville, Surry County,
North Carolina, and dated 9 February 1847, this letter describes the plight
of a very homesick young lady at St. Mary's girls school in Raleigh.
313/1-73/500
CASH - PITTMAN COLLECTION
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No. J
........
Date .. .......... .—-.........——...--
Dates Covered ....l845_.Number of Items ..
Name of Collection ...-_-_CASH..r..PITTMM COLLECTION..... _ ._..
Given by : Mrs. Estelle Cash Pike, 420 Loomis St. S. E. , Atlanta, Ga.
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival: Part in 1954, part in 1955, part in 1957. via DeanW. Tate
DESCRIPTION
Collection contains letters, bills, indentures, programs, invitations,
poems, minutes of Cobb Co. Musical Convention, pamphlets, business cards,
Newspaper articles pertaining to the family of Dr. Noah B. Cash of Athens
and Atlanta, Ga., and his descendants. Some genealogy in 1950-56 folder.
UGL 832
CA3SVILLE LODGE
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
.1353_-_JL872_
Accession No.__
Dates Covered
Date..—7r.Lr66 ....
Number of Items --^j
Name of Collection
Given by : Anon.
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival; Via Dr. Kenneth Colaman, 7-1-66.
PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION
1 Bound volume of the Minutes of the Cassville Lodge, number 136 of the Order
of the Masons. Years covered are 1853- 18?2.
SUBSEQUENT HISTORY
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
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Ms 1217
Cate, Margaret Davis, 1888-1961.
Margaret Davis Cate papers, 1890-1964.
5.25 linear ft.
Arranged by record type.
Margaret Davis Cate (1888-1961), Georgia historian, poultry business owner,
resident of Sea Island, Georgia.
The collection consists of papers of Margaret Davis Cate from 1890-1964. The
papers include correspondence; printed material; research notes pertaining to
the history of Sea Island, St. Simons Island, and Ft. Frederica, Georgia;
photographs; and ledgers (1926-1935) containing information about her poultry
business. Of particular interest is correspondence between Cate and fellow
historians including E.M. Coulter and Kenneth Colemen; correspondence with
archaeologist Charles Fairbanks relating to the preservation of Ft. Frederica;
and letters between Cate, John Marsh, and Margaret Mitchell Marsh. The
collection also contains records relating to Gate's personal genealogical
research.
Cite as: Margaret Davis Cate papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1 Coleman Kenneth. 2. Coulter, E. Merton (Ellis Merton), 1890- 3. Fairbanks,
Charles Herron, 1913- 4. Marsh, John R. (John Robert), 1895-1952. 5. Mitchell,
Margaret, 1900-1949. 6. Historic sites-Georgia. 7. Historians-Georgia. 8. Sea
Island (Ga.) 9. Saint Simons Island (Ga.) 10. Fort Frederica (Ga.) 11. Georgia-History. I. GAGP
MARGARET DAVIS GATE COLLECTION
MSS 1217
Box 1, folder 1 - General Correspondence, 1932-39
1:2 - General Corresp., 1940-45
1:3 - General Corresp., 1946-49
1:4 - General Corresp., 1950-53
1:5 - General Corresp.,1954-March 1955
1:6 - General Corresp., April - June 1955
1:7 - General Corresp., July - August 1955
1:8 - General Corresp., September - December 1955
1:9 - General Corresp., January - April 1956
1:10 - General Corresp., May - July 1956
1:11 -
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August - December 1956
1:12 -
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January - July 1957
1:13 -
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August - December 1957
BOX 2:1
General Correspondence, January 1958
2:2
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February 1958
2:3
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March - June 1958
2:4
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January - December 1959
2:5
"
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Jan - Dec 1960
2:6
"
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Jan - Dec 1961
2:7
Calling cards, miscellaneous addresses
2:8
Miscellaneous corresp., undated
MSS 1217 - MARGARET DAVIS GATE COLLECTION
page 2
Box 2 continued:
2:9
personal papers
2:10
personal papers
2:11
John and Margaret Mitchell Marsh correspendence
1945-50
BOX 3:1
3:2
Barred Plymouth Rock Chickens - price list
Touchstone Ridge Farm
article ^She Love Her Work'
2 TLS from George WC Drexel
newspaper clippings
cooking school broadside
Poultry Business ledger 1926
3:3
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1927
3:4
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1928
3:5
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1929
3:6
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1929-30
3:7
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1931
3:8 Poultry Record Book 1931, 1936, 1939
3:9
3:10
Poultry Record Book
1934
Poultry Business Ledger
19351
MSS 1217 - MARGARET DAVIS CATE COLLECTION - page 3
Box 4:1 - photos - mostly coastal areas
4:2 - Margaret Cate portraits & photos
4:3 - photos, Margaret D. Cate & Orrin S. Wightman, ca 1958
and 1952 ports authority
4:4 - Margaret D. Cate & Cloister and Sea Island guests
4:5 - photo John B & Ida R. Stafford, Sr.
4:6 - cataloguing of research notes
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4:7
4:8 - Early Days of Coastal Georgia materials - contract,
typescripts, edited Ft. Frederica
4:9 - EDCG - Frederica; War of Jenkins Ear
Old Frederica Canon
4:10 - EDCG - Barracks Building
The Town Moat
4:11 - EDCG - Foundations of Frederick's Old Houses
Hawkins-Davison Houses
4:12 - EDCG - Tabby
Ft. St. Simons
4:13 - EDCG - Marker on Military Road
Military Road near Blood Marsh
Bloody Marsh Monument
4:14 - EDCG - Oglethorpe's Home
Frederick's Oaks
4:15 -EDCG - Christ Church, Frederica
Couper Tombstones, Christ Church
4:16 - EDCG - Armstrong Tomb, Christ Church
Hazzard Vault, Christ Church
John Wylly's Tombstone
4:17 - EDCG- Pink Chapel, West Point Plantation
Slave Cabin, West Point Plantation
4:18 - EDCG - Date Palm, Cannon's Point
Ruins of Kitchen, Cannon's Point
MSS 1217 - MARGARET DAVIS CATE COLLECTION - page 4
Box 4 continued:
4:19 -EDCG - Butler Point Slave Cabin
Hampton River, Butler Point
4:20 - EDCG - Mclntosh Vaults
Ruins of Retreat Plantation House
Retreat Avenue
4:21 - EDCG - Retreat Avenue & Baldwin's Ditch
Retreat Hospital
4:22 - EDCG - Retreat Slave Cabins
4:23 - EDCG - Sea Island Golf Club House
St. Simon's Lighthouse
Lanier's Oak
4:24 - EDCG - Floyd White
Frizzle Chicken
Lover's Oak
4:25 - EDCG - The Marshes of Glynn
Lanier's Marshes
4:26 - EDCG - Oglethorpe Hotel, Brunswick
Mahoney House
Jekyl Island Club
4:27 - EDCG - Orange Hall, St. Mary's
Major Archibald Clark's residence, St. Mary's
Presbyterian Church, St. Mary's
"
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Oak Grove Cemetery
s
Mary'
The French at St.
4:28 - EDCG - Hofwyl Plantation
Altama
4:29 - EDCG - Old Rice Mill on Butler Island
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Rice Mill Chimney
MSS 1217 - MARGARET DAVIS CATE COLLECTION - page 5
Box 5:1 EARLY DAYS OF COASTAL GEORGIA materials - Rice
Field Canal, Rice Field Worker
5:2 - EDCG - Fort King George
The Highlanders of Darien
Ashantilly
5:3 - EDCG - Downey House, the Ridge, Darien
Midway Church & Cemetery
5:4 - EDCG - Old Screven House at Sunbury
Negro home in Jewtown
5:5 - EDCG - Willis Proctor
Julia Armstrong
Joe Armstrong
5:6 - EDCG - Edith Murphy
The House that Neptune Built
5:7 - EDCG - Lavinia Sullivan Abbott
Ben Sullivan
5:8 - EDCG - Charles Wilson the basketmaker
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& his outdoor kitchen
"
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& his pipe
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& his horseshoe
5:9 - EDCG - Mary Williams
Rev. Elijah J. Rozzell
Dan Hopkins
Rufus McDonald
5:10 - EDCG - Ella Pinkney
Ella Pinkney's front porch
5:11 - EDCG - Charles Alexander
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mill
"
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oxcart
5:12 - EDCG - Tyrah Wilson
Morris Polite
London Polite
5:13 - EDCG - Jerry Harris
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back porch
Sibby Kelly
MSB 1217
MARGARET DAVIS GATE COLLECTION - page 6
Box 5 continued:
5:14 - EDCG - Liverpool Hazzard
Liverpool Hazzard's ox cart
ox cart & trough
"
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5:15 - EDCG - Old Jane
Negro graves
Jackie Coogan
5:16 - EDCG - Superman
Doll's Head
Bowen's Family Burial
5:17 - EDCG - The Bowen's Marker
Grave of Rachel Bowens
Grave of Rev. Aaron Bowens
5:18 - Index
5:19 - Manuscript Ft. Frederica Coloring Book
5:20 - Manuscript Early Days of Coastal Georgia
5:21 - Manuscript General James Edward Oglethorpe
5:22 - Historical notes - the Cannon Family
5:23 - Historical notes - the Delegal Family
5:24 - Historical miscellaneous
5:25 - Ft. Frederica National Park
5:26 - Notes on ^Daybook of J. and Pierce Butler'
5:27 - Margaret D. Gate - talks
5:28 - Miscellaneous
MSB 1217 MARGARET DAVIS GATE COLLECTION - page 7
Box 6
newspaper clippings, pamphlets, programs etc.
6:1 newspaper clippings 1933-43
6:2 newspaper clippings 1950-55
6:3 newspaper clippings 1956-57
6:4 newspaper clippings 1958-59
6:5 color copies of some of above articles
6:6 newspaper clippings 1960-64; no date
6:7 historical pamphlets authorized by Mrs. Gate
6:8 historical sketch of *The Golden Isles of Guale'
6:9 assorted programs and invitations some of which include:
1903-04 annual report public schools of Glynn County,
opening ceremony Brunswick-St. Simons Hwy, 1924,
Sir Robert Borden's address...grad class, Acadia Univ.,
Wolfville Nova Scotia
200th anniv. Battle Bloody Marsh (2), 1942
dedication Ft. Frederica National Monument, 1947
premier *The View from Pompey's Head', 1955
6:10 various magazines with articles on coastal GA (2)
6:11 ^Sea Island Shorelines' March 1942-Jan 1961
6:12 ^Cloister Bells' (several issues); Welcome to Sapelo
MSB 1217 MARGARET DAVIS CATE COLLECTION
Box 7 printed materials
7:1 The natural world - articles
7:2 magazines: Kentucky Progress; Country Gentleman;
The Christian Advocate
7:3 Miscellaneous historical pamphlets:
some are Battle of Brier Creek
Telamon Cuyler
Battle of Natural Bridge
Ft. Frederica
Brunswick, GA
7:4 Miscellaneous pamphlets, circulars - some are:
The Old Print Shop Portfolio
Selections by I. E. McKellar
Early Days of Coastal Georgia - circulars, excerpts
from reviews
President's Day - GA Bi-centennial
Box 8 - Genealogy
8:1 Genealogy Notebook
8:2 Blair Family (1)
8:3 Blair Family (2)
8:4 Campen family
8:5 Carr Family
8:6 Davis Family
8:7 Demere Family
8:8 Harris Family
8:9 Harville Family
8:10
Joyce Family
8:11 King and Knight Families
MSS 1217 MARGARET DAVTS GATE COLLECTION
Box 9 - genealogy
9:1 Stafford family genealogy
9:2
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9:6 May family genealogy
9:7 Mitchell-Cate genealogy
9:8 Wiggins family genealogy
9:9 Wyatt family genealogy
9:10 Zouks family genealogy
9:11 general genealogical information
9:12 Bible records, family , marraiges
9:13 census information
9:14 photostats
MSB 1217 MARGARET DAVIS GATE COLLECTION
BOX 10
genealogical charts, related material
10:1
Six charts on Stafford, Zoucks, Ratcliff & related
families
10:2
Nine charts on Stafford, Blair, Earl, Knight
10:3
DAR correspondence and papers
10:4
Davis Bible record
10:5
land survey for William Peacock
10:6
plat, Big Buffalo Swamp
10:7
land transaction Robert Stafford
10:8
land grant William Swain
10:9
land grant William Peacock
10:10
land survey William Swain
BOX 11
genealogical card file
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
1632
Accession No...
Dates Covered
3 Dec. 1?80
Date
Number of Items
Cate, Margaret Davis.
Name of Collection
Family Connections of Samuel Rufus Jones (photostat).
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Copied from charts owned by Alfred W. Jones
Date & method of arrival
DESCRIPTION
Genealogical charts of the Jones and allied families of Georgia.
LOCATED
1.
313/2-30/500
IN
Jones Family.
OVERSIZE
DRAWERS
CATHOLIC CHURCH.
CANON LAW.
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession Nn
Date
Dates Covered
1175 (\Mn.(-TT^
8 November 1977
Name of Collection
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
..
. CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Number of Items
l4th Century
1
____
CANON LAW._______________
Phillipps MS ?079
Date & method of arrival
Bound in heavy wooden boards covered with goatskin with
DESCRIPTION
traces of bosses, this Canon Law of the Catholic Church is in Latin manu
script on paper,* Italian fourteenth century, folio 4l X 30 cm. The water-imark-of-the-paper-used-irn-Part I is a standing dove with an olive branch of
five twigs. The watermark of Part II seems to be an interwoven 8.
Similar works were common in the late Middle Ages. They tried to system
atize the many ecclesiastical laws, but the task was a difficult one because
of the conflicting decretals, apocryphal papal documents, etc.
The folio volume consists of three parts:
228*leaves^--dictionary of Canon Law terms with their
definitions an*d descriptions.
Part II:: 44 leaves; clarifications and distinctions of concepts
pertaining to Canon Law.
Part III: 3 leaves; table of contents for Part II.
Part"l:
There are also seven blank leaves between Parts I and II, The last leaf
is also blank. Altogether the volume has 285 leaves. Written in at least
two different hands in two columns, with many floriated red initials and
capital strokes, the text is full of abbreviations and contractions. A
Latin manuscript note inside the front cover reads "The name of the author
is given nowhere in this book. It contains questions and resolutions of
the Canon Law in alphabetic order. But because of extreme abbreviations
it is hard to read. — The writing, or lettering, I would say, is from the
middle-of the-14th-century."
Another manuscript note describes the title of the- two parts thus:
Summula Juris Canonici et Johannis Andrea Distin ctiones Decretalium
('-The summary of Canon Law and John Andrew's clarifications of the decretals")
1
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Accession No..
^ ———————
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Date _________________
Name of Collection
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Dates Covered
*^*^*
Number of Items
Cendrillon_________________
Theatricana, 1989
Date & method of arrival
vendor brought to library, 1989
DESCRIPTION
Group of 50 watercolor & gouache sketches of various costumes
& set designs for production of Cendrillon. All are signed by Jenny Carie or
R. Deshays. Sketches are loose in portfolio bound in 1/2 cloth and marbled
paper over boards. A manuscript leaf identifies the sketches.
313/8-84/300
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCMPT COLLECTION
Ms 1281
Census for Captain Clayton's District in Georgia, [ca. 1802].
1 item.
Beginning in 1802, Georgia initiated periodic census-taking in various
districts designated as militia districts. The captain commanding each
district usually undertook the task of taking the census.
The collection consists of a census of Captain Clayton's District (or Eastern
District), territory ceded by the United States to the State of Georgia, ca.
1802. Research indicates this area may have been in Baldwin and Wilkinson
Counties, Georgia. Signed by Richard Williamson, the census lists the names of
heads of families, number of whites, number of blacks, and total population.
Cite as: Census for Captain Clayton's District in Georgia. Hargrett Rare Book
and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Census. 2. Georgia-Census. 3. Wilkinson County (Ga.)-Census. 4. Baldwin
County (Ga.)-Census. 5. Census records. I. GAGP
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 1280
Census for the Western District of Georgia, [ca. 1802].
1 item.
Beginning in 1802, Georgia initiated periodic census-taking in various
districts designated as militia districts. The captain commanding each
district usually undertook the task of taking the census.
The collection consists of a census of the Western District, territory ceded
by the United States to the State of Georgia, ca. 1802. Research indicates
this area may have been in Baldwin and Wilkinson Counties, Georgia. Signed by
Reubin Alien, the census lists the names of heads of families, number of
whites, number of negroes, and total population.
Cite as: Census for the Western District of Georgia. Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Census. 2. Georgia-Census. 3. Baldwin County (Ga.)-Census. 4. Wilkinson
County (Ga.)-Census. 5. Census records. I. GAGP
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCMPT COLLECTION
Ms 833
Central of Georgia Railroad and Banking Company.
Central of Georgia Railroad and Banking Company collection, 1825-1899.
.5 linear ft.
Arranged in alphabetical order by county name.
The collection consists of records relating to the Central of Georgia Railroad
and Banking Company from 1825-1899. Mostly includes correspondence, powers of
attorney, releases, and records of administration of stock holders of the
company.
Cite as: Central of Georgia Railroad and Banking Company records. Hargrett
Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Railroads-Georgia. I. GAGP
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.: 2894(M)
Dates Covered: 1943-1945
Date: June 1994
Number of Items: 1 item
Name of Collection: Richard R. Chaffin
"World War II - As I Remember It; As I Lived It!"
Given by: Richard R. Chaffin, 746 McDaniel Road, Conyers, Georgia 30207
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other items
Date & method of arrival: 3 June 1994
Delivered by Vemer Chaffin, School of Law
DESCRIPTION
The collection consists of a typed manuscript written by Richard Raymond Chaffin in
1993 of his memories of World War II. Chaffin states "This is written only for my children
and grand-children, at their request." He used "...Lt. Col. James H. Batte's accurate
diary..." to help him recall exact dates and places.
Chaffin was in Company D, 87th Chemical Mortar Battalion. He describes his war
experiences in detail - joining the Army in February 1943, basic training at Camp Sibert,
Alabama, and later traveling to England, France, Belgium, and Germany. He was in the DDay invasion at Utah Red Beach and in action at such places as Cherbourge, France; St. Lo,
France; and Hurtgen Forest, Germany. He was honorably discharged in September 1945.
Chaffin also includes some photocopied pages at the beginning and end of his
manuscript. These include his discharge papers, a roster of his company, a list of the
company's medal recipients, a citation to award of his Silver Star, a list of the company's
dead and wounded in action, a map of Europe, and a photograph of Utah Beach after D-Day.
CHAMEROVZOW, L.A. — LETTER
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No......——1330_____
Dates Covered
Date _2l{_ July__l2l8_______
Number of Items ____1_
Name of Collection ._Jij..A
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from:
Other terms
Howard S. Mott, Inc., Sheffield, Massachusetts
Date & method of arrival:
19 July 1978 by mail
DESCRIPTION
Louis Alexis Chamerovzow, Secretary of the British and Foreign AntiSlavery Society, transformed the memoirs of an illiterate black man, John
Brown (known as Fed or Benford in his slavery in Georgia), into a powerful
anti-slavery publication Slave Life in Georgia (London, 1855).
In this letter (three pages in Chamerovzow's manuscript) on the stationery
of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, Chanerovzow writes on-15 Feb
ruary 1855 to a Miss Hildrith about his Slave Life in Georgia, asking her how
many copies she feels she can dispose of and if she will promote sales of the
Anti-Slavery Reporter. He mentions several influential British anti-slavery
leaders and alludes to the policy of emancipation in South Africa. In con
clusion he notes that he writes "in relation to the effort I have made to bring
about a better understanding among British Abolitionists."
313/1-73/5CO
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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 1301
Champion family.
Champion family papers, 18! 6-1869.
65 items.
Arranged in chronological order.
The coHection consists of correspondence of the Champion family from 18161869 (with gaps). The bulk of the coHection contains letters written by Aaron
Champion of Savannah (Ga.) or Moses Champion of Monticello (Ga.) to Dr. Reuben
Champion, Jr. of West Springfield (Mass.). The Champions comment on the
social, political, and economic situations occuring in Georgia during the
antebellum period. The coHection also contains an 1816 letter from H.
Stebbins of Savannah to Dr. Reuben Champion, Jr. pertaining to Savannah, the
people, commerce, and slavery; three letters from Henry Champion of Montgomery
(Ala.) to Dr. Champion discussing the proposed statehood of what was then the
western territory; and a series of letters written from Savannah during the
Civil War discussing the formation of the Confederacy, the progress of the war,
and its effect upon the civilian population.
Cite as: Champion family papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Confederate States of America. 2. Slavery-Georgia. 3. Statehood (American
politics) 4. State succession. 5. Georgia—Social life and customs-19th
century. 6. Georgia-Politics and government-1775-1865. 7. Georgia-HistoryCivil War, 1861-1865. 8. Savannah (Ga.) 9. Monticello (Ga.)!. Champion, Aaron.
H. Champion, Henry. HL Champion, Moses. IV. Champion, Reuben.
CHAMPION FAMILY UTTERS
m 1301
FOLDER
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5
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9
10
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12
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14
DESCRIPTION
18 February 1816 H. Stebbin* to Dr. Reuben Chaapibt, Jr.
Savannah
30 November 1817 Aaron Champion to Df; Rsuben Champion, Jr.
Clinton
29 November l8l8 Henry Champion to Dr.. Reuben Champion, Jr.
Montgomery Co., Ala.
24 September 1819 Henry Champion to Dr. Reuben Champion, Jr.
Savannah
2 December 1819 Moses Champion to Dr. Reuben Cbaapion, Jr.
West Springfield, Mass. 30 March 1820
Dr. Reuben Chaapion, Jr. to Aaron Champion
(Savannah)
Montgomery, Ala.
20 November 1820 Hanry Chaapion to Dr. Reuben Champion, Jr.
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Montgomery, Ala.
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4 March 1821
Savannah
29 January 1822
Aaron Champion to Dr. Reuben Champion, Jr.
Jasper Col, Ca.
9 May 1822
Moses Champion to Dr. Reuben Chaamion. Jr.
Monticello
28 May 1823
Monticello
27 March 1824
Savannah
14 April 1824
Henry Chaapion to
"
Monticello
24 August 1824
Moses Champion to Aaron Chan-pioc
15
16
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18
19
20
21
22
Savannah
Monticello
Savannah
^Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
Monticello
Savannah
4
26
12
2
30
20
13
13
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Savannah
Monticello
Montreal
Savannah
Savannah
Monticello
Savannah
Monticello
Savannah
; 6 March 1829
28 April 1829
29 June 1829
9 May 1830
2? March 1831
11 June 1831
22 September 1831
8 January 1832
22 July 1833
32 Savannah
33 Savannah
34 West Springield
35 Monticello
36 Moaticello
3 7' Savannah
38 Savannah
39 West Springfield
40 Monticello
41 Monticello
42 Monticello
43
4
5
46
47
Monticello
Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
Monticello
48 Monticello
49 Monticello
January 1826
May 182?
June 182?
September 182?
September 1827
January 1828
Jul 1828
January 1829
Aaron Champion to Dr. Reuben Champion, Jr.
Moses Champion to
Aaron Champion .to
Moses Champion to Dr. Reuben Champion, Jr.
E. J. Rirse to Mrs. Iraa Chaapion (West Spring
field)
Aaron Champion to Dr. Reuben Champion, Jr.
Moses Chaapion to *
Elizabeth DeWitt to Dr.
Aaron Champion to Dr.
H
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Moses Chacpion to Dr.
Aaron Chaapion to Dr.
Moses Champion to Dr.
Mary Anne Champion to Elisabeth Champion (West
Springfield)
6 September 1833 Aaron Chaapion to Dr. Reuben Champion, Jr.
14 July 1834
13 June 1835
Dr. Reuben Champion, Jr. to Elisabeth
(Hartford) ' ''*
1 February 18% Moses Champion to Dr. Reuben Champion*; Jr.
16 May 1837
Moses Champion to Elisabeth Chaapion (West Spricgfield)
8 October 1837 "Terra Ferma" to "My very dear frieois at home"
1 November 1837 unsigned to "My dear Mother*
12 January 1838 Dr. Reubeo Champion, Jr. to Elisabeth Champion
(Savannah)
28 April 1838
Emily Champion to Dr^ Reubjen Champion, Jr. (death
of Moses Champion), \,
28 April 1838
Lucy Povall to Dr. Reuben Champioc, Jr.
18 February 1842 Emily Champion to Elisabeth Champion (West Spring
field)
23 January 1843 Rally Champion to Elisabeth Champion
22 November 1843 Aaron Champion to Dr. Reuben Chacpion, Jr.
14 Ncveaber 184A Aaron Champicn to M
M n
8 July 184$
7 February 1843 Elizabeth G. Chaipion-to Elisabeth B. Ch
(Vest Springfield)
24 July 1848
Elizabeth G. Champion to
"
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1 February
Elisabeth Champion to Elizabeth Clrrnpicn
FOLDER
51
52
53
54
55
Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
56
Jersey City
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
Savannah
65
Savannah
CHAMPION FAMILY LETTERS
Ms 1301
DESCRIPTION
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29
January 1861
February 1861
February l86l
March 1861
June 1861
June 1861
8 July 1861
27 Jus* 186B
9 January 1863
ID March 1863
28 March 186$
12 August 186$
15 August 1865
20 October 186$
Aaron Champion to Dr. Reuben Champion, Jr.
Jane C. Day to "Lizzie"
Aaron Champion to Dr. Reuben Champion, Jr.
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incomplete 8 pp.
Aaron Champion to Dr. Reuben Chanpion, Jr.
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iez Moore to Mrs. Elizabeth C. Luthrop
(South Hadley, Mass.)
Aaron Chanpion to Dr. Reuben Chaapion, Jr.
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to Elisabeth C Luthrop
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(on death
of Dr. Reuben Chaapion, Jr.)
10 February 1869 Aaron Champion to Elisabeth C. Luthrop
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CHANDLER, AKTlE - MEMORIAL COLLECTION
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.
Date
911________
March. 1975_______
Name of Collection
Dates Covered l6OO-l667 and no date.
Number of Items
12___________
Arti^-CThAn^r M&mprial Collection
Given by: Mrs. Margaret Chandler, 105 E. Whitehead Terrace, Athens, Georgia 30601
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
T-,
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Date & method of arrival:
-^f..
.
Mrs. Chandler, who is a RUn'm'i-H
R in the Processing Department,
University of Georgia Libraries, brought them in.
DESCRIPTION . This collection contains the following items:
1.
Bill, fragment, dated 1800, to person not named [Cleveland? ] for items
purchased by "your son Benjamin" and "for Miss Polly Cleveland (?) your daughter."
South Carolina, Pendleton District. Affidavit by William Steele that the
above amount of & 10-5-8 is due him. Sworn to June 15, 1^03 before John Taylor.
2.
Bill, receipted -for school expenses for Miss Anna Franklin at Salem Boarding
School 1815-1816. Bill owed to Abraham Steiner, and paid by Col. Bedney
Franklin, May 21, l8l6. Bedney Franklin *t;as Solicitor General, Montgomery
County. Salem Boarding School could not have been Salem Academy in Clarke
County, because the latter did not open until 1820.
3.
Broadside: "Me. Jefferson's Voice." Extra of The Virginian for April 6, 182$,
Lynchburg. Letters, Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Kerch eval, l8l6, re calling a
Convention to reform the State Constitution.
4.
Copy of The Athenian, Athens, Georgia newspaper.
September 21, 1830. Complete issue. 4 p.
5-
Bill receipted, to Mr. F. Yerbey, from Bones & Carmiidiael of Augusta, Georgis.
Dated July 28, 1838 for items for a saw mill.
6.
Certificate, Confederate States Depository, March 24, 1864, stating that
L. Franklin has bought $300.00 worth of Confederate Bonds.
7.
Certificate, Confederate States Depository, April 1, 1864, ststing that
L. Franklin has bought $600.00 worth of Confederate Bonds.
UGL 832
Vol. IV, no. 383 Tuesday,
CHANDLER, ARTIE - MEMORIAL COLLECTION (Continu
ed)
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.
Dates Covered
Date _____
Number of Items
Name of Collection
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
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Date & method of arrival
DESCRIPTION
8.
Copy of the Daily Constitutionalist, Augusta,
Georgia newspaper, vol. XXIII,
no. 222. Complete issue, 4 p.
9-
Broadside. University of Georgia. Program, Soph
August 5, 1867. 19 speeches, 10 musical numbers. omore Declamation, Monday,
10.
Broadside.
University of Georgia.
11.
Program.
Commencement.
August 7, 1S67-
Broadside. Ladies Memorial Association, of Athe
ns, Georgia. "A Grand Fair."
To raise funds for the Confederate Memorial.
So date. Probably 1866 or I6f712. Valentine - Miss M. 0. Yerby, care of Mrs.
S. H. Yer^y, Athens, Georgia.
No date. Mailed from Augusta, Georgia.
Note: The l8$0 census of Clarke County lists
the following as members
of that Yerby family:
Yerby Household:
Sarah H. Yerby, age 33 F.
Burrell Yerby, age 14 M.
Frances A. Yerby, age 12F.
ELiza S. Yerby, age 11 #.
Rebecca A. Yerby, age 10F.
Mary 0. Yerby, age 6
F.
Lewis Collins, age 84 M.
All were born in Georgia.
UGL 832
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Ms 2997
Chance, Catherine Desireau.
Catherine Desireau Chance papers, 1930-1948.
1 box
Catherine D. Chance, the daughter of Dr. Claude Chance of Athens (Ga.), was
valedictorian of Athens High School, Class of 1946. She attended Agnes Scott College
(Decatur, Ga.) for two years and the University of Georgia
The collection consists of musical, church and school programs, a Parthenian Society
scrapbook from the late 1930's and Chance's scrapbook from Athens High School and
Agnes Scott College.
1. Agnes Scott College (Decatur, Ga.) 2. University of Georgia 3. Societies 4. Athens
(Ga.) 5. Scrapbooks.
Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library
University of Georgia Libraries
Ms2997
Catherine Desireau Chance papers, 1930-1948
BOX 1: 1 Parthenian Society scrapbook, University of Georgia, late 1930's,
Indexed, each page with picture and information on the person. Those
included are: Inez Barthelmess, Nancy Hardy, Barbara Jenkins, Grace
Wilbanks, Woodville Campbell, Martez Debndm, Dorothy Jamagain
1:2
1946 - Holy Trinity bulletins; school awards; Agnes Scott programs;
Pepsi Cola award; Ga-Ga Tech ticket
1:3 1947 - Music programs; TLS Sam W Wood, Athens High School, to Dr.
Chance re Agnes Scott College scholarship award
I
'
I
1:4 1948 - TLS from J. R. McCain, President of Agnes Scott re Catherine
attending University of Georgia; UGA student art program; valentine
card
1:5 Scrapbook page 1 — newsarticles re Catherine's Agnes Scott scholarship
& flyer regarding such
p. 2 Certificate of Distinction from UGA Dept of Art
p..3 manuscript article by Catherine'What College Should Mean to Me'
TLS, Father Wright, Emanuel Episcopal Church to 'Casey' 24 May 46
p. 4 dried orchid
1:6 Scrapbook p. 5 Newsclips re winning DAR Good Citizen; letter re PepsiCola scholarship
p. 6 - National Beta Club certificate
p. 7 - Athens High School card
drawings on board , 'Beauties', 'The Maroon Goon'
p. 8 - drawing: 'Military, Athletics'; 'I have/would have voted'
tags; AHS program 'Dead of the Night'; typed program AHS,
3 one-act plays
Ms 2997
Catherine Desireau Chance papers, 1930-1948
1:7 Scrapbook, p. 9 newsarticles re graduation AHS, invitation, 1946
p. 10 - AHS graduation program; typed speech ' The Citizen & His
Community'
p. 11 — certificate for concours de Francais & pin
program AHS senior banquet; Valedictorian certificate
p. 12 - program etc. from Univ of the South
1:8 Scrapbook p. 13 - individual cards from graduation gifts?
p. 14 - AHS 11"' grade report card
p. 15 - Cards from graduation
1:9 Scrapbook, p. 16 &17 telegram from Elizabeth & Terry, other cards
p. 18 - ALS Lorton to Catherine
ALS Mary Elizabeth Jackson to Catherine; card; program from
Agnes Scott
p. 19 - article regarding honor system; typed info on Agnes Scott student
government; ALS from Nancy Parks & TLS from Marie Adams
p. 20 - ALS from Mac Compton; Agnes Scott info; TLS from Harry
Tisdale, Holy Trinity, Decatur
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No..-"s 2845(M)
Dates Covered
Date —MajL-At—1.223_______
Number of Items
Name of Collection
^°' 1871
Chaney^ Reverend George Leonard
___Photographs (cartes-de-visite)
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from Manuscript Company of Springfield, P.O. Box 1151, Springfield, Virginia
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
9 September 1992
DESCRIPTION .
Reverend George Leonard Chaney, 1836-1922, was a Unitarian clergyman who
was pastor of Hollis Street Church in Boston 1862-1879. In 1882, he came to
Atlanta, Georgia to organize a Unitarian church. He was pastor of the Atlanta
Unitarian Church until 1891. He was also an author, editor of the Southern
Unitarian 1893-1906, and a trustee of the Tuskegee Institute.
This collection contains three photographs on visiting cards dated 1871
and "probably" 1860.
Reference:
Becker, Louis D. "Unitarianism in Post-War Atlanta, 1882-1908." Georgia
Historical Quarterly, v. 56 (1972). pp. 349-364.
3M/4-9MMO
THE UNIVERSITY OF CEORGiA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No. 1588—————————
Dates Covered ______
Date 10 April 1?80______
Number of Items JL
Name of Collection
Channing, Steven A._____________
E. W. Warren Biography
Given by
Mills Lane
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
by mail 22 January 1980
DESCRIPTION
This biographical sketch of E. W. Warren was intended to be the
introduction to a reprinting of Warren's novel Nellie Norton .-y the Beehi/e
Press. It was decided, however., not to reprint the work.
1.
Warren, Ebenezer W.
, 1820*
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT UBRARY
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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 2922
Chapin family.
Chapin family papers, 1862-1870.
16 items.
Arranged in chronological order.
Amelia P. (Mrs. Joel) Chapin of Enfield, Connecticut, her son J. Leander Chapin
(d. 1864), soldier in Company A of the 16th Connecticut Infantry Regiment, died
in prison at Andersonville, Georgia.
The collection consists of correspondence from 1862-1870 to Mrs. Joel (Amelia)
Chapin of Enfield, Connecticut from friends of J. Leander Chapin regarding his
imprisonment and death at Andersonville Prison, Georgia.
The letters discuss the hiring of Amelia Johnson in Andersonville to care for the
grave and erect a stone. Johnson's letters contain very descriptive comments
about the cemetery and stockade. Also in the collection are three documents
concerning death benefits paid to Mrs. Chapin for her son's military service.
Cite as: Chapin family papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602.
1. Chapin, Amelia P. 2. Chapin, J. Leander, d 1864. 3. Johnson, Amelia. 4.
United States--Army--Connecticut Infantry Regiment, 16th (1862-1865) 5.
Andersonville Prison. 6. Soldiers—Connecticut. 7. Georgia—History—Civil War,
1861-1865. 8. Andersonville (Ga.)-History-Civil War, 1861-1865.
Chapman Family Papers
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession N"
2397_______
Dates Covered
1818-1926
December 11, 1985
-r ,
, T.
Ibox
Date —————————-———————
Number of Items ________
v
^r /- n ^
Chapman Family Papers
Name of Collection ————1———
———-——1——
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
erms ———
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne White
Route 1, Box 13^8
Splendora, Texas 77372
Date & method of arrival
September l6, 1985
DESCRIPTION
Misc. collection of family materials including correspondence(1860-1926),
legal records (1824-1870), financial records (1830-1900), indentures
&824-1926), and plats (l8l8-l892). Georgia family centered in Ludovici,
Ga. Includes a one-page genealogy of the Chapman family.
3i3/S-8h/3oo
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 2245
Chapman, Cecil W.
Letters to Claudia W. Chapman, 1944-1945.
.25 linear ft.
Arranged in chronological order.
Cecil W. Chapman, major in the U.S. Army, served with the 347th Infantry
Division in Europe during World War II. His family, wife Claudia and daughters
Suzanne and Cecilia, resided in Sparta, Georgia.
The collection consists of letters from Cecil W. Chapman mainly to his wife,
Claudia W. Chapman with some to his daughter Suzanne, from 1944-1945. Written
during World War II, Chapman describes his voyage to Great Britain including
descriptions of the ship and life on board, life in England, the countryside,
and people he meets. His letters from Europe were written mainly from Belgium
and Germany with a few from France in which, due to censorship restrictions,
mainly discuss the weather and the problems it causes for troop movements, camp
life, descriptions of the area, his administrative duties, other officers, and
a little on battle activities. Chapman was wounded in April 1945 and his last
letters, written through May, describe his wounds, recovery, and hospital life
in England.
Cite as: Cecil W. Chapman, letters to Claudia W. Chapman. Hargrett Rare Book
and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Chapman, Claudia W. 2. Chapman, Suzanne. 3. United States. Army. Infantry
Division, 347th. 4. Military hospitals-Great Britain. 5. Soldiers-Georgia. 6.
World War, 1939-1945. 7. Belgium-Description and travel-20th century. 8.
France-Description and travel-20th century. 9. Germany-Description and
travel-20th century. 10. Great Britain-Description and travel--20th century.
1. GAGP
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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 3222
Chapman, Frederic (Frederic Augustus), 1818-1891
Frederic A. Chapman letters, 1862
17 items
Frederic A. Chapman (1818-1891) was a portrait, historical and landscape painter. He
avoided the United States military draft during the Civil War by going to Montreal,
Canada.
The collection consists of letters written by Chapman in Canada to his wife Caroline at
home in Brooklyn, New York. The letters are dated September 5 - November 12, 1862.
In the letters, Chapman tells her of his lodgings, his attempts to support himself by selling
maps and books, his thoughts on the war, and his advice on how to manage the household
and finances. He also describes getting his passport and the steamboat trip to Canada.
By reading newspapers, he is able to keep up with the draft news. The last two letters are
written from Vermont as Chapman prepares to come home.
Cite as: Frederic A. Chapman letters, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602
1. Draft resisters—Confederate States of America 2. Artists—American 3. Montreal
(Quebec)
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No....10^8________
Dates Covered
Date —24.-June-.1277_______
Number of Items
Name of Collection ——
Given by Dr. E. H. Dixon, Department of Physics, University of Georgia
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
21 March 1949 and 4 August 1950
DESCRIPTION Professor Leon Henri Charbonnier, a Frenchman and graduate of
St. Cyr, first came to the University of Georgia in l86l as an instructor in
the newly-founded University High School. In 1867, he was elected Professor
of Engineering in the University and taught that subject and mathematics until
his resignation in 1898. While Vice-Chancellor, he served a brief tenure as
acting Chancellor following the death of Dr. Mell.
The collection consists of numerous meteorological records compiled by
Charbonnier including observations of the Draper thermometer (7 October 1888 —
10 June 1899), the Draper self-recording sun thermometer (7 October 1888 —
14 October 1893), the Draper self-recording barometer (1$ December 1888 — 22
January 1898), the Draper self-recording anemoscope (5 January 1889 -^ 4 Aug
ust 1894), and the Draper self-recording anemometer (6 October 1888 — 22 Jan
uary 1898). All results are from the test station established by Charbonnier
in Athens in conjunction with the University. In addition the collection con
sists of two letterbooks of the official correspondence of Charbonnier, the
first covering December 187$ — 23 January 1878 and the second 24 January 1878
31 July 1879.
CHARLOT. JEAR
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___
Dates Covered —-
______
Number of Items
Accession No.—
M
*;^
Name
of;r-n
Collection
CHARLOT, JEAN -LETTERS.
Given by - Old Stock
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION
2 LS to Krs. Forrest Cunning of the University of Georgia Press concerning his
book. "Chariot Murals in Georgia".
Mr. Chariot was artist in residence at the U. of Ga.
SUBSEQUENT HISTORY
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 1099
Chariton, Robert M. (Robert Milledge), 1807-1854.
Robert M. Chariton legal briefs, 1824-1831.
1 v.
Robert Milledge Chariton (1807-1854), lawyer, Georgia House of
Representatives, U.S. Senator, Savannah (Ga.) Mayor, U.S. District Attorney,
and Judge of the Superior Court for Georgia's Eastern Circuit.
The collection consists of a volume of legal briefs and precedents written
entirely in the hand of Robert M. Chariton from 1824-1831. The volume includes
information on deed of marriage settlements, subponeas, injunctions,
calculating interest, action for slander, mortgage foreclosures, etc. Also
contains an index compiled by Chariton and several poems and other non-legal
annotations.
Cite as: Robert M. Carlton legal briefs. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602.
1. Law—Interpretation and construction. 2. Lawyers-Georgia. 3. GeorgiaPolitics and government-1775-1865.4. Briefs. 5. Poems. 1. GAGP
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 819
Che!sea Pa!ace Music Ha!! autograph a!bums, !9!2-!928.
2v.
The co!!ection consists of two bound autograph a!bums be!onging to the stage
door keeper of the Che!sea Pa!ace Music Ha!! from 1912-!928. The vo!umes
contain autographs, poems, sketches, and photographs, main!y picture postcards
(some hand co!ored), of various British music ha!! stars induding Gus E!en,
F!orrie Forde, George Fromby, Crock, Hetty King, and Harry Lauder.
Cite as: Che!sea Pa!ace Music Ha!! autograph atbums. Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
!. Che!sea Pa!ace Music Ha!! (Eng!and) 2. Entertainers-Eng!and-20th century.
3. Music-ha!!s (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.)—Eng!and. 4. Chetsea
(Engtand) 5. Photographs. 6. Autograph a!bums.
CHENEY PAPERS
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No. ...-.--..!?__ ._.._______
Date
.....May _20_,__1971...______._.__
Dates Covered .
Number of Items .... 6S8
Name of Collection .....Cheney __Papers__ __ ______ ______________________ _______
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms : Found in Cheney House
Date & method of arrival:
Rec'd. March, 1971.
DESCRIPTION:
This collection concerns the family of M aude and Frances Cheney
and contains letters, dating from 1887 to 19%; postcards; newspaper clippings;
handwritten copies of many Clarke County deeds; Christmas cards; envelopes;
receipts; a complaint of police brutality; schoolwork; an autograph book;
pictures; a scrapbook and several miscellaneous items.
Much of the material in this collection is primarily concerned
with two Civil Superior Court cases in which the Cheney sisters were
involved.*
The Cheney house is located at 490 North Milledge Avenue and
is soon to be restored.
18 miscellaneous programs are filed in the following collections:
Lucy Cobb Institute Collection, University Programs, Athens, Ga.
Cultural and Social Events.
3 test papers of Richard T. Goodwin, Jr. to Goodwin Collections.
UGL 832
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Dates Covered .—
Accession No.....^l.
* of Items
Date ..-f
Name of Collection ..
Papers.
Addendum.
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms Additional material from Cheney House
Date & method of arrival
unknown
DESCRIPTION
This collection deals with Maude and Frances Cheney, two sisters who
lived at 4%) North Milledge Avenue.
Contained in this collection are letters, legal papers, clippings,
a large amount of miscellaneous material. Much of the material supports the
stories that have grown up around the Cheney Sisters.
1.
Athens, Georgia.
313/1-78/500
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MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.
Date
im_______
Dates Covered _ 1855
10 August 1977______
Number of Items —JL
Name of Collection
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Cherokee Coun^r. Geor^J.a — Land Grant
M & S Rare Books
Date & method of arrival
DESCRIPTION
2 November 1976 by mail
This platt and land grant represents the forty-acre tract of land drawn
by Jeremiah Bennet of Talbot County under the Cherokee Gold Land Lottery act
of 1831. Located in the sixteenth district, second section of Cherokee County,
lot 428 was surveyed on 1 June 1832 by Jesse F. Cleveland. The grant was taken
up on 21 November 1835 by Bennet and is signed by Governor William Schley.
UGL 832
CHEROKEE COUNTY - LAND LOTTERY
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.—§22________
Dates Covered
Date
Number of Items
11 November 1977
Name of Collection
CHEROKEE COUNTY - LAND LOTTERY
Given by Stephens Mitchell, Atlanta, Georgia
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
1970 by mail
DESCRIPTION
This survey plat, dated 10 July 1832 and signed by Governor
Charles J. McDonald, represents the tract of land drawn by Henry Potts, Sr,
of Ridens Distri-ct, Jackson County in the Cherokee land lottery situate in
..the-Seventeenth-District-.of. the Third Section of Cherokee County.
Cherokee Indians. Enlistment Agreement in the Union Axmy
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.
D.t,.
1502
Dates Covered
1 June 1979
Name of Collection
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Number of Items
Cherokee Indians.
19 August 1863
***_______
Enlistment Agreement in the Union Army.
Thomas T. Moebs
Date & method of arrival
May 1979
DESCRIPTION
In this printed agreement (completed in manuscript) Giles Moore,
a slave in the Cherokee Nation, enlists in the 2nd Regiment of Kansas previously
Colored
Volunteers. Moore was 35 years old and the document bears his "X"
mark signa
ture.
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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 1431
Cherokee Indian site photographs, [ca. 1930-1939].
79 items.
Arranged by subject.
The collection consists of photographs, ca. 1930s, of sites frequented by the
Cherokee Indians in Georgia before their forced removal in the 1830s. Sites
represented include Brainerd Mission and Cemetery, Etowa Mounds, New Echota,
Spring Place, and Talking Rock.
Cite as: Cherokee Indian site photographs. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Cherokee Indians-Georgia. 2. Indians of North America-Georgia. 3.
Brainerd Mission and Cemetery (Ga.) 4. Etowa Mounds (Ga.) 5. New Echota (Ga.)
6. Spring Place (Ga.) 7. Talking Rock (Ga.) 8. Photographs. 1. GAGP
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 1346
United States.
Treaties, etc. Cherokee Indians, 1785 Nov. 28.
1 item.
The collection consists of a treaty concluded at Hopewell on the Kiowee River,
between Benjamin Hawkins, Andrew Pickens, Joseph Martin, and Lachlan Mchitosh,
Commissioners Plenipotentiary of the United States, and the headmen and
warriors of the Cherokee Indians on November 28, 1785. The treaty provided for
westward expansion as it authorized the cession of much of the lands along the
French Broad and Holston Rivers to the United States.
Cite as: Cherokee treaty of HopeweM. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Hawkins, Benjamin, 1754-1816. 2. Mclntosh, Lachlan, 1725-1806. 3. Pickens,
Andrew, 1739-1817.4. Treaty of Hopewell (1785) 5. Indians of North AmericaUnited States-Treaties. 6. Cherokee Indians-United States-Treaties. 7.
Treaty. I. GAGP
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Manuscripts Section
The Cherry Laure! Garden Chib
Scope and Content Note
The Cherry Laurel Garden Club collection was acquired by the University of Georgia's Hargrett
Library on January 17, 2003. The material was donated by Florence Corley, PhD, Chairman of the Cherry
Laurel Garden Club's 50*** Anniversary Committee, archivist, and historian. The collection consists of
president's Hies, minutes, treasurer's reports, a working manuscript for the 50*** Anniversary Club History,
miscellaneous correspondence, photographs, and scrapbooks.
The Cherry Laurel Garden Club collection consists of four boxes. Box 1 contains folders 1:11:19, including lists of members and officers, newsletters, correspondence, president's files, and minutes
(1959-2001). Box 2 contains folders 2:1-2:11, including club finances from 1973-1987, a working
manuscript for the 50*** Anniversary Club History, and miscellaneous correspondence. Box 3 contains
folders 3:1-3:2, including photographs from the Christmas party in 1989, miscellaneous newspaper
clippings, and four scrapbooks for the Marietta Garden Club. Box 4 contains folders 4:1-4:3, including
notes, poetry, photographs from 1978, bank statements from the 1940s, and two scrapbooks for the Cherry
Laurel Garden Club.
Cherry Laure! Garden C!ub
Inventory
Boxl
Folder
*
Description
1
Constitution and !ists of members and officers
2
Newsietters and correspondence
3
Miscellaneous papers (1967-1968)
4
President's files (1993-1996)
5
President's files (1999-2000)
6
Minutes (1959-1960)
7
Minutes (1960-1961)
8
Minutes (June 1961-Dec. 1963)
9
Minutes (Jan. 1964-June 1966)
10
Minutes (Sept. 1966-June 1967)
11
Minutes (Sept. 1967- June 1968)
12
Minutes (1968-1971)
13
Minutes (197 1-1 974)
14
Minutes (Mar. 1974-Feb. 1977)
15
Minutes (Mar. 1977-Feb. 1980)
16
Minutes(Mar. 1980-Feb. 1981)
17
Minutes (Mar. 1981-Feb. 1985)
18
Minutes (1985-1986)
19
Minutes (1987-2001)
Box2
Folder
Description
1
Finances (Sept. 1973-Feb. 1978)
2
Finances (Mar. 1978-Jan 1982)
3
Finances (Feb. 1982-Feb. 1983)
4
Finances (1983-1984)
5
Finances (1985-1986)
6
Finances 1987
7
Notes for club history (195 2-197 8) and photographs
8
Working manuscript for 50 year history
9
Miscellaneous papers regarding 50"* Anniversary (includes audio cassette
and computer disc)
10
50"* Anniversary History (1952-2002)
11
Miscellaneous correspondence and "Robert's Rules of Order"
Box 3
Folder
Description
1
Christmas party 1989 (photographs)
2
Newspaper clippings
This box also contains four scrapbooks for the Marietta Garden Club.
Scrapbook
Description
1
Newspaper clippings, photographs, and list of officers (1933)
2
Minutes (Mar. 1933-Feb. 1934)
3
Newspaper clippings and list of members (1937)
4
Newspaper clippings and list of members (1941)
Box4
Folder
Description
1
Notes, poetry, and treasurer's reports
2
Photographs (1978)
3
Bank statements (1940s)
This box a!so contains two scrapbooks for the Cherry Laure) Garden Club.
Scrapbook
Description
1
Photographs, awards, and tists of members/officers (1953-1964)
2
Photographs, awards, and lists of members/officers (1969-1980)
CHESNUT HILL IRON ORE COMPANY
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.—-J*±i^________
Dates Covered —I8^&.
Date .-.^Z^y .1278 _______..
Number of Items —-3
Name of Collection ..P^esnut__Hill__Irqn__Ore_
Given by : Gary L. Doster
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival:
February 19?8 by Mr. Doster
DESCRIPTION
This letter written by Peyton Jaudon to C. T. Carroll, President of the
Chesnut Hill Iron Ore Company, on 27 January l8$4j discusses the business
meetings of the company and the problems of declaring dividends for stock
213/1-7S/500
CHESTER, WILLIAM T. - PAPERS
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No. .......
Dates Covered ....
Date .. .......April_15.,__1974
Number of Items
Name of Collection
Given by : Schindler's, Charleston, S. C.
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival:
Mail
DESCRIPTION:
Various papers registered in Whitfield County including last
will and testament of William T. Chester dividing his property
amongst his children William, John, Mary Elizabeth, Jane and
Louvinia. Their subsequent disposal of their inherited property,
various deeds and land transfers of Chester's are also included.
UCL 832
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.
Accession No..
Date
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
2^88 (M)_____
?0 July 1990______
Name of Collection
Dates Covered
*898
Number of Items
Chickamauea Park, Georgia Stereoptic View.
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from Gather and Brown.
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
28 March 1990.
DESCRIPTION
Chickamauga Park, Georgia Stereoptic View, Ms 2688 (M),
includes one Stereoptic view, copyright 1898 by B.L. Singley and
manufactured & published by Keystone View Company, depicting men
unloading was supplies from a train at Chickamauga Park Georgia.
Chickamauga Park is the oldest and largest national military park
administered by the Federal government.
313/8-64/200
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Ms 1664
Chicopee Manufacturing Company (Athens, Ga.)
Chicopee Manufacturing Company records, 1824-1975.
15 linear A.
Arranged by record type.
In 1950, Chicopee Manufacturing Company, a subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson,
purchased the Athens Manufacturing Company in'Athens, Georgia to produce cotton
products. The Athens Manufacturing Company was established in 1828 as a cotton
mill.
The collection consists of records of the Chicopee Manufacturing Company
(Athens, Ga.) and its predecessor, the Athens Manufacturing Company, from 18241975. Includes correspondence, financial condition reports (1936-1953), lega!
papers (1824-1975), photographs, account ledger (1910-1914), and two minute
books (1835-1935) which document the management and activities of a cotton
manufacturing plant.
Cite as: Chicopee Manufacturing Company (Athens, Ga.) records. Hargrett Rare
Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Mills and mill work—Georgia. 2. Cotton manufacture—Georgia. 3. Textile
industry—Georgia. 4. Georgia—Manufactures. 5. Business records. 6. Minutes.
I. GAGP
Chicopee Manufacturing Company Records
Ms 1664
Inventory
Boxl
A - B
Folder
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1]
12
13
14
Description
Abbott Machine Company
Abstract of property owned 1953
Abstract of property owned by Southern Mfg. Co.
Aetna Life and Casualty — receipts, certificates
Appraisal of property 1979
Athens Agricultural Fair
Athens Historical Society - certificate to Marvin Doster, 1963
Athens Manufacturing Company - abstract of title
Atlanta Gas Light Company
Bloomfield Water Power Company - stock certificates, 1889
Blueprint - O. D. Grimes property, Broad St., Athens
Bond — Athens Manufacturing Company, 1927
Brazil office
Business licenses 1933-1966
Box 2
Account Books
1
1925-1946
3
4
5
6
7
1943-1946
1944-1946
1951
1951
1951
2
1944-1945
Box 3
Chicopee Awards, Certificates
Sponsor C. Y. A. Colts 1972
Hearing Conservation Noise Control, Inc.
Safety Award 1966-1968
Box4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
C. L. Upchurch & Sons
Cancelled checks 1932
Canteen contract 1954-1960
Canteen liability policies
Charter
Claghorn, Herring & Co. - letter, 1871
Clippings 1932,1949
Clippings - 25^ anniversary of Chicopee in Hall County, 1952
Clippings 1958-1959
Clippings 1961-1973
Clippings - undated
Continental Insurance Company, 1963
Correspondence 1912-1979
Cotton inventory 1939,1940,1945,1950
Creed
Box 5
Cassettes and MicroCim
Videotape — The Chairman's Report, Annual meeting of stockholders, April 13, 1976
Videotape — Johnson & Johnson, The Corporate Credo
Videotape - Interview with Johnson & Johnson board of directors after stockholders
Meeting on April 13,1976
Microfilm (2) Athens Manufacturing Company minute books
Box 6
D - F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Directors meeting 1926-1945
Employee forms
Environmental protection 1979
Examination of books 1914
Expense report 1958
Factory Insurance Association inspections 1971 -1976
Factory Mutual Engineering 1977-1979
Field book - Athens city engineer, 1939
Box?
1929-1946
Condition
Financial
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1929
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
Box 8
Financial Condition 1947-1948
1
2
3
1947
1948 January - April
1948 May-August
Box 9
1949-1953
Condition
Financia!
1
2
3
4
5
1949
1950 January - April
1950 May - September
1950 October - December
1951,1953
Box 10
G - M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Georgia Power Company
History
Inventory of office furniture, 1950
L. M. Leathers Company - bills 1938-1939
Legal papers - list of deeds
Machinery and operating manual 1976
Machinery sales 1933-1934
Maintenance agreement - Nationa! Cash Register Co., 1948
9
10
11
Material made at plant 1865-1870
Miscellaneous
Motion Time Analysis instruction course - Marvin Doster ,1961
Box 11
Lega! Papers 1824-1898
(includes deeds, bonds, wills, indentures, etc.)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
1824
1825
1829
1832
1833
1835
1840
1843
1846
1847
1848
1850
1851
1862
1863
1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1876
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
-1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
1889
1890
1891
1892
1894
1897
1898
Box 12
Lega! Papers 1901-1929
(includes deeds, bonds, wills, indentures, etc.)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
Box 13
Legai Papers 1932-1975
(includes deeds, bonds, wills, indentures, etc.)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
1932
1933
1934
1935
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1946
1947
1948
1949
1951
1952
1953
1954
1957
1959
1960
1975
Box 14
N - R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
National Labor Relations Board case - Athens Mfg. Co. & Textile
Workers Union, 1947-1948
Operating Routine Manua! - Teletypewriter system, 1955
Plant Industrial Security Manual 1959
Plats
Printed material re: Chicopee and Johnson & Johnson
Property lists 1951 -1953
Proxies 1944
Quillian, D. D. - signature plate
Receipts
Retirement
Royston Feed & Produce Co. - letter re:, 1946
Box 15
Photographs
1
2
3
4
5 .
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Chicopee building — exterior
- interior
"
Employees
Employees at work
Employee parties
25 year club-1958
-1968
"
-1969
"
-1970
"
-1971
"
- undated
"
-undated
"
-undated
"
Sports
Tornado, flood damage in Athens
Miscellaneous
Negatives
Box 16
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Correspondence 1939-1942
Application for loan 1938
Loan agreement 1939
Legal papers 1938-1942
Accounts and notes
Receipts and correspondence re: addition to mill, Golian Steel & Iron Co.
Receipts re: addition to mill
Receipts re: addition to mill
Box 17
S - Sp
1
2
3
4
5
Safe combination
Sales 1950-1960
Sewer use 1971-1979
Specifications currently in production
Spinning and preparation departments procedure
Box 18
St
1840's
1850's
1860's
1870's
1880^s
1890's
A-Z
A-Z
A-Z
A-Z
A-Z
A-Z
1
2
3
4
5
6
Stock certificates
"
"
"
"
"
8
9
Stockholders meeting notices 1926-1945
Stockholder meeting minutes, proxies 1926-1942
7
Stock certificate transfers
Box 19
T - W
1
2
3
4
5
6
Tax - City of Athens 1948-1970
" - corporation 1917-1950
" - intangibles 1943-1950
" - property 1925-1969
- correspondence re: 1933-1974
- forms, notes
"
"
7
8
Time Study School Notes - Marvin Doster, 1959
Training reports, weekly 1966-1968
11
Water rights 1976-1977
9
10
Warranty on machinery, 1966
Warranty on payroll checks - Burroughs Corp., 1965
Box 20
Work Order Books
1
2
3
Pages removed from binder labelled "Style 0 to 4.00"
"Style 4.01 to 10.00"
"
"
"Style 10.01 to above"
Box 21
Work Order Books
1
<n
3
4
5
6
7
Pages removed from binder labelled "completed contracts"
"
n
Pages removed from unlabelled binder
Box 22
Work Order Books
1
2
Pages removed from unlabeHed binder
Box 23
Work Order Books
1
2
3
4
5
Pages removed from unlabeHed binder
Pages removed from binder labelled "Exps. #"
"
"Cotton Exp. Nos."
"
"Cotton"
Pages removed from unlabeHed binder
Box 24 (oversize)
Ledger 1910-1914
Inventory — undated
Box 25 (oversize)
Minute Book 1835-1904
Minute Book 1905-1935
Scrapbook
Box 26
Slides
Oversize Fo)der
Aerial view of Chicopee
Group photo of unidentified men
Photographs
Diploma
to R. L .Bloomfield by Southern States Agricultural and Industrial Exposition for best
display of ginghams 1876
Blueprints
Athens Manufacturing Co. Mill #2,1938
Athens Manufacturing Co. fan room., 1940
Athens Manufacturing Co. duct plan and details, 1940,1941
Athens Manufacturing Co. - Cemetery Street, 1939
Athens Manufacturing Co. between GA RR & S.A.L rights of way, 1938
Plats
Property of J. D. Lester, undated
Athens Manufacturing Co., 1906
Property of Athens Manufacturing Co. - Cemetery Street, 1939
Map of portion of Carr estate, 1875
Athens Manufacturing Co., 1927
Chicopee 1951
Property and road easement donated to City of Athens by Chicopee, 1953
Lot sold to E. O. Aaron by Chicopee, 1954
Proposed extension of Vine Street and bridge across Trail Creek
Property of Athens Manufacturing Co., 1951
Property sold to J. J. Canupp by Chicopee, 1954 (3 plats)
Property subdivided in East Athens by Athens Manufacturing Co., 1948
Property in area of East Broad, First Street, Herman Street, and Vine Street
Lots in various sections of East Athens (4 plats)
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Ms 1562
Children of the Confederacy. Ellen A. Crawibrd Chapter (Athens, Ga.)
Ellen A. Crawibrd Chapter (Athens, Ga.) scrapbooks, 1934-1943.
5 linear ft.
Arranged in chronological order.
The collection consists of scrapbooks of the Ellen A. Crawibrd Chapter (Athens, Ga.) of
the Children of the Confederacy from 1934-1943. The scrapbooks contain newspaper
clippings, brochures, programs, and memorabilia relating to the activities of the
organization and the Civil War.
Cite as: Children of the Confederacy, Ellen A. Crawfbrd Chapter (Athens, Ga.)
scrapbooks. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia
Libraries, Athens, GA 30602.
1. Patriotic societies-Georgia. 2. Youth-Georgia-Societies and clubs. 3. SoldiersGeorgia. 4. Athens (Ga.) 5. Confederate States of America-History-Societies, etc. 6.
United States-History-Civil War, 1861-1865. 7. Georgia-History-Civil War, 18611865.8. Scrapbooks.
CHILDREN OF THE CONFEDERACY. GEORGIA DIVISION
EMen A. Crawford Chapter, Athens
Ms 1562
Inventory
BOX1
Scrapbook 1934-35 [2]
1937-38 & Director's book, same date
1939-40 [2]
1940-41[2]
1941
1942
1942-43 [Includes:!. Application to become a chapter; 2. History of the
Chapter; 3. Director's report to Division Director; 4. Various
Notes on activities, and 5. Handwritten copy of 7%e Mb/7HMg ,%zr
BOX 2
Scrapbooks 1935-36
1936-37
1938-39
BOX 3
Scrapbooks 1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
1956-57
1906-56 Goiden Jubilee
1958-59
BOX 4
Scrapbooks 1959-60
1960-61
1963<-63
BOX 5
Scrapbook 1961-62
Includes: 1 The Georgia Division. Children of the Confederacy History;
2. Roster & Ancestry roll, 1986
3. Minutes of he 74* Division Convention
4. Miscellaneous printed material
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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 83
Childs, Nickerson & Co. (Athens, Ga.)
Childs, Nickerson & Co. records, 1861-1887 (bulk 1861).
.5 linear feet.
Arranged in chronological order.
Nicholson, Reeves & Wynn, a hardware store in Athens, Clarke County, Georgia. Name
was changed to Childs, Nickerson & Co. around 1865. Partners in the company included
Asaph King Childs, Rufus Reeves, and Reuben Nickerson.
The collection consists of records of Childs, Nickerson & Co. and its predecessor,
Nicholson, Reeves and Wynn (Athens, Ga.) from 1861-1887. Primarily composed of
correspondence and invoices for Nicholson, Reeves & Wynn (1861) and Childs,
Nickerson & Co. (1866-1877), relating to the buying and selling of hardware goods.
Related collections in this repository: Athens Hardware Company records and William
and Susan Tate papers.
Cite as: Childs, Nickerson & Co. (Athens, Ga.) records, Hargrett Rare Book &
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602.
l.Childs, Asaph King, 1820-1902. 2. Nickerson, Reuben. 3. Reeves, Rufus. 4.
Hardware stores—Georgia. 5. Merchants—Georgia. 6. Stores, Retail—Georgia. 7. Athens
(Ga.) 8. Clarke County (Ga.) 9. Business records. 10. Nicholson, Reeves & Wynn
(Athens,Ga.)
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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 2915
Chiles, James M., 1809-1863.
James M. Chiles family papers, [ca. 1849-1919].
.25 linear A.
Arranged by record type.
James Madison Chiles (1809-1863), Baptist minister, resident of Edgefield
District, South Carolina and later Mitchell County (Ga.)
The collection consists of papers of Rev. James M. Chiles from ca. 1849-1919.
The papers contain correspondence, mostly to Chiles relating to his involvement
in the Baptist Church in Abbeville and Edgefield Districts (S.C.) and in Gum
Pond, Mitchell County (Ga.); printed material relating to the Edgefield Baptist
Association; minutes (July 17,1867) of the Abbeville and Edgefield Union Bible
Society; Chiles' commonplace book with sermon notations; list of various women
missionaries; and a speech made by Emma L. Amos before the Women's Baptist
Missionary Society in Athens, Georgia.
Cite as: James M. Chiles family papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
L Amos, Emma L. 2. Abbeville and Edgefield Union Bible Society (S.C.) 3.
Edgefield Baptist Association (S.C.) 4. Women's Baptist Missionary Society
(Athens, Ga.) 5. Baptists-South Carolina. 6. Clergy—South Carolina. 7.
Clergy—Georgia. 8. Women—Georgia—Societies and clubs. 9. Women missionaries.
10. Abbeville District (S.C.) 11. Edgefield District (S.C.) 12. Gum Pond (Ga.)
13. Mitchell County (Ga.) I. GAGP
Christ Church, St. Simon's Island, Ga. - Christ Churc
h History
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No. ——1503
Dates Covered
Put*
Number of Items
it June 1979
Name of Collection
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
1904
Christ Church, St. Simon' s Island, Georgia.
Christ Church History.
Removed from DeRenne Collection
Date & method of arrival
1979
DESCRIPTION
This summary of the history of
Christ Church, St. Simon's Island, was
copied by Wymberly Jones DeRenne from a letter written
Winn to Mrs. Walter G. Charlton, April 22, 190^. Also by the ReV. D. Watson
included is a list of
the rectors from 1735 to 1898.
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Ms !004
Christian Commonwealth (Commonwealth, Ga.)
Christian Commonwealth photographs, 1897-1899.
55 photographs ; 5 x 3.5 cm.
Arranged by subject.
The Christian Commonwealth (Commonwea)th, Ga.) was a religious community led
by R. Albertson and organized in 1896. The community operated on the basis of
voluntary labor with all wealth shared equally. The community disbanded in
1900 due to a typhoid epidemic.
The collection consists of photographs of the Christian Commonwealth in
Commonwealth, Georgia from 1897-1899. Includes images of community members
working at the farm, sawmill, and nursery; a 4th of July picnic; and children
at play.
Cite as: Christian Commonwealth (Commonwealth, Ga.) photographs. Hargrett
Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
!. Cooperative settlements—Georgia—Photographs. 2. Agriculture, Cooperative-Georgia—Photographs. 3. Religious communities-Georgia—Photographs. 4.
Commonwealth (Ga.) 5. Photographs.
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No. -1051
'
Date 17 June 1977_______
Name of Collection
Number of Items
1865: 1976
4
Alon^o Church — Memoir____.____
Given by
Alonzo Church
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
Dates Covered
Mattoon, Illinois
Brought by Dr. E. M. Coulter
September 1976
DESCRIPTION This memoir of Alonzo Church, D. D. (1793 -- 1862) minister
and former president of the University of Georgia, was written by William L.
Mitchell for Reverend John S. Wilson and the Presbyterian Synod of Georgia on
20 September 1865, as part of the Synod's project "to prepare a memorial re
cord of each one of the ministerial members who have departed this life since
the erection of the Synod."
Included in this collection is a Xerox of an early typescript of the
original, a recent typescript, copy of a cover letter to Dr. E. M. Coulter,
and note from Dr. Coulter pertaining to the memoir. This memoir, although
somewhat fragmentary, is an important record of the life of Alonzo Church,
his university policies and administration, and, by inference, Athens during
the antebellum period.
UGL 832
CHURCH, ALONZO - PAPERS
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Dates Covered
Accession No. -
p
1964 and Oct. 1970
mi. of^TItems .... -.^
10
Number
Name of Collection .ALONZO. _CHURCH_
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from*
Other terms
1831-1857
PAPERS
^31 letter from Kingston Galleries, Somerville, Mass.
Stock shares from Schindler's Antique Shop, Charleston, S. C.
Date & method of arrival :
183! viaW.P.K., 1964.
Others by mail via S. Tate, 10/26/70.
DESCRIPTION *
(1)
ALS to "Prof. Cleveland"
Dated: University of Georgia, Athens, May 3? 1831.
Re: Asking if Professor Cleveland can recommend someone for the
position of Professor of Natural History at the Univ. of Ga. He
outlines what will be taught, states salary, describes faculty
and appropriation for Univ., living conditions, etc. (1 item)
UGL 832
(2)
Document dated:
Feb. 22, 1849
Certificate for 5 5/10 shares of stock
in Ga. Railroad and Banking Company. Document
attached appointing A. Boggs, of Richmond Co.,
Ga., to act as attoryney to transfer stock to
Col. Lewis S. Craig.
Signed: A. Church
(2 items)
Witness: E. L. Newton
(3)
Document dated:
Oct. 22, 1849
Certificates dated:
June 25, 1842
April 25, 1849
May 14, 1845
Certificates for 28, 4 and 11 chares of stock
in Ga. RR amd Banking Co. Document attached
appaointing JohnW. Wilde, special attorney
to transfer to himself one share of stock.
Signed: A. Church
(4 items)
Witness: S. J. Mays, Notary Public
(4)
Document dated:
March 27, 1857
Letter dated:
April 4, 1847
Certificate dated:
Oct. 24, 1849
Certificate for 75 shares of stock in Ga. RR
and Banking Co. Document attached appointing
J. (?) Milligan, cashier, Ga. RR and B Co.,
special attorney, to transfer shares not
exceeding 30, "provided the same be sold for
not less than one hundred and three dollars
per share."
Signed: A. Church
Also, letter attached to J. (?) Milligan, dated
April 4, 1857, covering other documents. Written
in ink across certificate is note stating 30 shares
sold to Thos. N. Hamilton, May 13, 1859- (3 items)
CHURCHILL, WINSTON
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
1917
1
Name of Collection -
Winston Churchill - Letter
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms:
Laid in book by Churchill "The Faith of Frances Craniford."
Date & method of arrival
DESCRIPTION :
L.S. : Winston Churchill
To:
: Rt. Rev. William Lawrence
Dated: 22 Marlborough St., Boston. Jan. 23, 191?.
Re: The story Churchill has written, "The Faith of Frances Craniford"
which he hopes will help promote contributions to the Church Pension
Fund. Letter is located in pocket in back of book.
See:
UCL 832
PS
1297
.F33
Rare Book
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Ms 2717
Circus ephemera collection, [ca. 1890-1955].
643 items.
Arranged by name of circus.
The collection consists of programs, posters, photographs, clippings, and
promotional items relating to various American circuses and other variety
performers from ca. 1890-1955. Included are materials pertaining to the Bamum
and Bailey Circus, Ringling Brothers and Bamum and Bailey, and Buffalo Bill's
Wild West Show.
Cite as: Circus ephemera collection. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Bamum and Bailey. 2. Ringling Brothers Bamum and Bailey Combined Shows.
3. Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. 4. Circus-United States. 5. Wild West shows.
6. Photographs. 7. Posters. 8. Programs. I. GAGP
Hargrett Rare Book & Manuscript Library
University of Georgia Libraries
Inventory - Circus Ephemera
Ms 2717
Collection includes three legal-size file boxes, one oversize, & three oversize folders.
Brief description: a medium sized collection of circus ephemera purchased from
Theatricana in Athens, Ga, September, 1990. Many items are from various circuses and
smaller groups of performers. Most are in very good condition. The majority of the
collection dates from the turn of the century, with a heavy concentration of materials
from the 20's and 30's. The collection includes programs, posters, photographs,
promotional items, souvenirs, newspaper clippings, etc. Many items originate from a
collection belonging to George A. Hough, of "The Standard", a newspaper in New
Bedford, MA.
BOX 1:1 Bamum and Bailey Circus
[see also 1:3; 1:4; 2:10-11; 3:3, folio 1]
typescript ms of article on behind the scenes business at Bamum & Bailey
Circus [pre-dates merger with Ringling] not signed, nd
2 large Hallmark postcards depicting a herd of giraffes and "the Ugo
Ancillotti Troupe of French Bicycle Experts".
Nd, reproductions
Program, 1914 Season {Providence RI; Fall River, New Bedford MA,
June 11-13}
Magazine, 1914: 'The Wizard Prince of Arabia"
Magazine, 1916: "Persia: or the Pageants of the 1001 Nights"
Official route, 1916 season, June-July
Menus: 1916
28 June [dinner] Lynn MA
30 June [dinner] Waterville, ME
1 July [lunch] Bangor, ME
3 July [lunch] Lewiston, ME
3 July [ dinner] Lewiston, ME
4 July - Independence Day Banquet: Biddlefbrd ME
Ms 2717 - Circus Ephemera, page 2
1:2 Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus
[see also 2:10-11]
includes items from various periods, along with various mergers and break-ups.
Breakfast ticket - nd
Sticker w/Hagenbeck-Wallace logo
Letterhead and envelope
Program: 1918 Stage Women's War Relief Benefit: Sept 20-Oct 6
Route cards: 22"^-24^ week of 1926 season [Sept-Oct 9 ] two cards
Hagenbeck-Wallace-Forepaugh-Sells Bros: Magazine and Daily Review, 1935
Season
Wallace Bros. Route Card - 1941 season - Apr 12-26
1:3 Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey Circus I
[see also: 1:1; 1:4; 2:10-11; 3:6, folio 2]
Items cover a range from 1917 through 1926
Water color drawing of Ringling Bros, and Barnum and Bailey horse drawn,
Steam powered calliope. Amateur, on heavy cardstock ca 4 x 8, ca 1917
Magazine, 1917: "The Magnificent Fairyland Spectacle: Cinderella", includes
"Libretto of the pageant; programs of the arena; magazine of marvels; guide
to the menagerie"
Magazine and Daily Review, 1918; 1920; 1922; 1925
Program, new Bedford MA, 15 June
1:4 Ringling Bros/. Barnum and Bailey II
Items cover a range from 1932 through 1955
Magazine and Daily Review, 1932; 1933 Golden Jubilee Issue; 1934
Christmas card, signed by Frank A Cook, 1934
Magazine and Daily Review, 1935; 1936
Postcards: Souvenir folder of Mr and Mrs Gargantua the Great, 1941
Magazine and Daily Review, 1941; 195 5
1:5 Ringling Bros., photographs
All are 'back-stage' shots of performers and support staff, etc. Some shots of
Animals, mostly elephants; one of a roster
B/w ca 1920's-30's. Some identified on reverse. Many are postcard format.
Many appear to have been taken by G. A. Hough
Ms 2717 Circus Ephemera page 3
1:6 John Robinson's Circus
[see also 3:7; folio 1]
contract synopsis for: Greenville SC , 16 September
Highpoint, NC 24 Sept
Contains info gathered by agent pertaining to lot locations, supply sources, etc.
Per town. At bottom are printed notes of various importance to arrival, set-up.
On reverse are maps of lot locations for each city.
Route cards for weeks 21 thru the end of season, 1926 [mailed to G A Hough
Sr]
Envelope with circus letterhead
Envelope with picture of Robinson surrounded by circus acts and animals
Small sticker with circus logo [advertisement sticker?]
Tickets [used to compensate those who allowed ad lithographs to be posted
By agents on their property]
Tickets [for the annex, 25 cents]
Press release for 107^ season, form letter format
1:7 Sells BrosVSells - Floto Circus
[see also: 2:7; 3:5]
letterhead
two large hallmark postcards, depicting: "Roman Standing Race" &
"Camel Races", nd, reproductions of circus posters
Magazine, 1919: mostly stories on the various animals of the show
Official program, 1924 season
Magazine, 1932, program of shows [some pages missing]
1:8 Sparks Circus
photographs: most dated 1922 on original plate and are numbered and
bear "sparks shows", postcard format. Two autographed, two not postcard,
dated - described on back and marked for the New Bedford Sunday Standard
Gravure Section. Subjects are mostly performers and acts
Route booklet for 1923 season. Includes listings of staff by department
Promotional booklet, nd
Ms 2727 - Circus Ephemera, page 4
1:9 Misc. items I.
Contains items pertaining to various circuses and groups
Souvenir booklet for The Royal English Circus and German Water Carnival, nd
Magazine: "California Frank's All-Star Wild West," early 1900's
"Circus Magazine, Wild West and Animal Review", 1934
Includes articles , mostly promotionals, and information for the following:
Conroy Bros Show
Seils Sterling Circus
Fowler Bros Circus
Bros.
Bamett
F H Bee Shows
Dodson's Shows
World Bros
Lewis Bros
Almond & Conley Circus
Golden Rule Shows
Isler Greater Shows
Circus
Rice Bros.
Sea Bros. Circus
Vanderburg Bros. Shows
Kaus United Shows
Show
Bros.
Fisher
Olinger Bros Circus
Barker Shows
Miller Bros Expo and Wild West Gibson's Blue Ribbon Shows
Kay Bros Circus
Engfbrd Family Show
Promotional booklet, Gentry Bros Circus, nd
Chevrolet Dealer promotional flyer - on Downie Bros Circus
Motorization using Chevrolet trucks, ca 1935
Publicity handbill: Will Rogers, signed on original plate, advertisements for
Atlanta, GA businesses on back, nd
1:10 Misc. items II
cash envelopes [no circus identified, nd]
Christmas Greeting card, signed by Harry Bert
Pay order made out by treasurer of Alleghanians Vocalist and Swiss Bell
Ringers, 24 Jan 1872. For room rent.
Postcard: exterior of Ripley's "Believe it or Not Odditorium", New York NY
Postmarked 1939
Postcard: "Murphy's Carousa[l], Savin Rock, Conn, ca 1910
Courier lithograph: portrait of Fanny Davenport, [cover of sourvenir booklet?]
1:11 Misc. Items III
small handbill - The Harris Road Show
personal invitation for a Jenny Lind concert
autograph, C. Carr [?], ca 1846?
Autograph, Dan Rice [2], nd
Autograph, Effa Majette
"Descriptive List of Bernard's Circus Specialties": Chas. Bernard, Riverside,
Savannah, Ga., 1937 edition
Ms 2727 Circus Ephemera, page 5
1:11 contimued:
UP! wire dated June 11 [ny] - 11 year old bit by baboon at Clyde Beatty Cole Bros Circus
Written matter - quotes from individuals, No ascertainable connection to writer,
Quotee, subject
Handbill - Sims Greater Shows, August 5,1933, Prescott Ontario
Handbill - C. F. Zeiger United Shows, 2 November 1931, Corpus Christi TX
- Van Ault's Arcade [Cetlin and Wilson Shows], 13 Dec 1939,
Winter Quarters
Handbill - Doc El Vino Family Wonder Show - nd
Letterhead - Lee Bros. Show
Billy Fee Wild Animal Shows
"
A. G. Bames Circus
Booklet: " The Elephant's Love or Zenobia's Infidelity; presented with the
Compliments of C. L Hood & Co., proprietors of Hoods Sarsaparilla,
Lowell, Mass." Ca late 19*^ century ?
Story with ads and promotional testimonies for the product - no place
Booklet: "Thrilling Stories about Snakes and Snake Charmers: Illustrated, no
Date nor place
Stocklist - U. S. Tent and Awning Co., 1920 season. "New and Second Hand
Tents and Paraphenalia"
BOX 2:1 Buffalo Bill
Greeting card from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Full color on
Cardstock, 8 x 12 , no date
Collection of newspaper clippings [photocopies from originals, which are
Found at the end of box 2] Covers period from late 1890's to his death
In 1917 & includes AP release, dated 14 Sept 1914, to be released in the
Event of his death
2:2 Mr and Mrs. Tom Thumb [Mr. And Mrs. Charles Stratton]
Two carte de visite photographs, no date: The Thumbs and Their Child;
Mrs. Thumb
Currier and Ives lithograph depicting the Thumbs marriage, color, 7x9
Dated 10 Feb 1863 [original]
Matted photo of the Thumbs, no date, later than the above
2:3 Minnie Lamed - Photographs and letters
cabinet photo of Ms. Lamed. Mills, Wheaton, IL, no date
letters: most dated, and range from ca. 1881 - 1893, relates to early
life, no information on career in the circus
Ms 2717, Circus Ephemera page 6
2:4 Minnie Lamed - Papers
Most appear to be school assignments [essays, latin work, etc.]. Includes
Personal poems ?. The majority are undated, though the earliest dated is
1882 and run through 1884.
2:5 Mis. Photographs: Identified
"Prince Mungo" [2 in costume, one out]
carte de visite: "Commodore Nutt & Miss Minnie Warren", ca 1868
"
" " Leopold Kahn "Admiral Dot" - identified on reverse
cabinet photo : Modjeska., ca 1889
Florence Harris Mardo, equestrienne. Autographed to Max Haugh
Kukla Fran and Ollie Burr. Autographed to Mischa de la Motte
Fran Burr & ?. autographed to Larry
Violet & Daisy Hilton, signed on original plate
Scene shot from a production of "Annie Get Your Gun"
" "Fixer Dugan", RKO 1939, press release
Bob Baker's Marionettes, dated on obverse 16 June 1952, press release?
2:6 Misc. Photographs: unidentified
A collection of unidentified pictures. Subjects include performances,
Performers, animals, trainers, parades etc.
2:7 Matrices
A collection of heavy cardboard matrices, used to produce images in
Printing. Collection includes images of animals in performance, clowns
& other performers. Several ad formats, including ads for Sells-Floto,
Downie Bros., World Bros. Some identified and/or dated, most ca 1930s
2:8 Sheet Music: "Herr Cline's Dance"
A piece entitled "Herr Cline's Dance: with Variations for the Piano forte".
Philadelphia: Printed for R. H. Hobson, 1828? Six pp; picture of Rope Walker
On title page
2:9 Musical: "Rings in the Dust"
A two act operetta. Vocal Score and Libretto. Estelle Merryman Clark —
Libretto. Palmer John Clark - music. Chicago: Gamble Hinged Music Co.,
Nd Eight characters: Three Choruses. A Circus owner fights the foreclosure
Of his circus, 112pp
Ms 2727, Circus Ephemera, page 7
2:10 Newspaper Clippings: nd-1928
Collection includes undated clippings [usually with no source citation either]
& clippings dated from 1914 to 1928. Topics vary. Mostly articles
concerning performers, openings, performances, etc. Many circuses covered,
including Bamum and Bailey, Ringling...Cole-Beatty, Hagenbeck-Wallace,
Christy Bros., etc. Many illustrations as well. Mostundated/uncited
Clippings appear to have been taken from trade publications, such as "The
Billboard".
Note: original copies at end of box
2:11 Newspaper clippings 1982-1963
Same as above: dates cover a period from 1932-1963
BOX 3 Oversized items
3:1 Miscell. Newsletters and clippings
Pine Ridge News, nd
"Chatter from around the Whitetops" . Two issues, v. 1 # 7-8; Nov-Dec 1927.
Published by the circus Fans Association.
Large format articles on "The Great Wallendas" tragedy, Z,(/e ?, nd. Event
Occurred in!963. See also 2:11
3:2 Sheet Music
[see also: 2:8-9]
" The Merry Go Round Rag". Ralph Larsh. Chicago: Ralph Larsh, 1918.
Sketch of merry go round on cover., 6 pp
"Oh! You Circus Day." Edith Maida Lessing and Jimmie V. Monaco.
Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1912. On cover - portrait of Maud Lambert
"Circus Galop." Wm Groscurth. Boston: Oliver Ditsen Co., 1888. On
cover - equestrienne act.
3:3 Bamum & Bailey
[see also: 1:1; folio 1]
two large promotional newspapers. Both for performances in New Bedford,
MA, nd. One damaged by rodents.
Official route, 1916 season, large tri-fbld format
3:4 Cole Bros. - Clyde Beatty
[see also: 2:10-11]
three page advertisement from the "Circuses" section of The Billboard,
4 May 1935.
3:5 Forepaugh-Sells
Promotional newspaper for 7 June 1904 performance in New Bedford, MA
3:6 RinglingBros.
[see also: 1:3-5; folios 1-2]
promotional newspaper for New Bedford MA show, June 18, ny.
Main subj is "Joan of Arc, New Spectacle". Also includes interesting
Disclaimer on last page refuting charges of being a trust
Red Wagon Annual., 1899. "A Circus Yearbook" Includes history of the
Show, managers and staff for the year. Various articles on animals, many
Photographs and drawings. Also includes a city by city diary of notable
Events while en route.
3:7 John Robinson's Circus
[see also 1:6; folio 1]
A collection of daily report sheets for cars 2 and 3. Covers various months
Within the season—no year noted, however. Forms indicate various
Expenditures and accounts of lithograph postings for each stop en route, etc.
FOLIO FOLDERS
Folio 1: Promotional newspapers and official programs
Bamum & Bailey, 9 June 1894, New Bedford MA
Flagg's New England Carnival Co [promotional, ny: Haverhill MA]
Howe's Circus [promotional, ny; Falmouth MA]
John Robinson's Circus [promotional, ny]
Folio 2: Circus Posters
Pill's Manikins — announcing afternoon performances, nd
Ringling Bros. & Bamum & Bailey - announcing Clyde Beatty's
Trained wild animal sensation, nd
Ringling Bros & Bamum and Bailey - general poster, depicts
Equestrienne act, nd
Walter L. Main Shows, depicts bust of a clown, with inset photo of
Main, nd
Folio 3: Circus Posters
Karosu Circus and Review, Japanese. Depicts various acts and
performers, ca 1930.
The Combination of the Bamum & Van Amburge Museum &
Menagerie Co., & Dan Castello's Great Show, illustrated with
Lots of promotions, including Md'le Pauline & the child wonder,
Little Minnie; Mr Charles Fish, the Great American Equestrian etc.
Atlanta, GA., Nov l" and 2d, nd.
[Removed from Mss 3002 Grisham Family papers]
CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS — PHOTOGRAPHS
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Date
8 Nov^mbRr 1Q77_____
Name of Collection
Dates Covered
1Q?R -
Number of Items - 1 volume
Civilian nnns
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Purchased by Mr. Press
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
.
.
7 November 1977 by mail
\
volume contains 106 photographs of scenes
leaf
This loose
DESCRIPTION
Civilian Conservation Corps camps in Minnesota
States
United
and activities at
and Michigan from 1938 - 19^0. All are labelled -with some also containing
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Dates Covered
Accession No28 Jan. 1981
Date Name of Collection
1863 - 1864
Number of Items
Clanton, E. C.
Letters (Xeroxes).
?
Given by
by
Deposited
Purchased from
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Date & method of arrival
January 1%1
DESCRIPTION
These two letters were written by E. C. Clanton from near Clantcn,
Mississippi to his wife Bell. Theydiscuss his coming home possibly in February.
Clanton was a member of the 6th Mississippi Regiment. He was killed en the way
home.
1.
United States - History - Civil War.
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Ms 443
Clarke County (Ga.) list of entries in the Cotton States Exposition, 1895.
Iv.
Arranged by type of display.
The collection consists of a volume listing entries from Clarke County (Ga.)
in the Cotton States Exposition held in Atlanta (Ga.) from September 18 December 31, 1895. The volume includes entries on agricultural produce and
home industry such as canning or wine making. The entries list type of item,
number of items, and name of producer. The volume also includes information on
the display by the Ladies Garden Club (Athens, Ga.).
Cite as: Clarke County (Ga.) list of entries in the Cotton States Exposition.
Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA
30602.
1. Ladies Garden Club (Athens, Ga.) 2. Cotton States Exposition (1895 :
Atlanta, Ga.) 3. Agricultural exhibits—Georgia. 4. Exhibitions—Georgia. 5.
Atlanta (Ga.) 6. Clarke County (Ga.) I. GAGP
LtHM COUNTY -
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Date —^2^_____________
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Name of Collection ___C^^E CCUWY , GEORGI^ _-_PTFA _ _______
- Sheriff waiter Jackson
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
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Date & method of arrival
PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION
Cos ts, estate of John ^. Harper
/
Signature;
John Calvin Johnson, Clerk.
SUBSEQUENT HISTORY
CLARKE CCUKTY - IHDEI^URES
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Dates Covered .—1§6^ - 186S
Number of Items -_^ items
_____________
OLD STCCK
Date & method of arrival
PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION
INDENTURES PERTr-JNIKG TC 7ARICCS AT*-nr*S KCFIJ AS FCLLC'WS:
1 - ?-'?nuel T. Kendric*- sells to Albin F. Dearing part of lot 88 and all of let 5?
in Athens, price: "a tract cf land and ?123"cesh. Signed by H. T. Kerdrick,
witnessed by F.3. Lucas and S.J. I*-ays, notsry Public.
Dated Jan. 4, 1:6^.
? - Ferdinand Fhinizy sells tc Hanuel T. Kendrick psrts cf lots PS & S$. Price
$3CC. Signed by Ferdinand Phinizy, witnessed b^, A.T. Luckie and S.J. ILays.
Notary P-jblic. Dated: August 13, 1S6?.
3-
?erdirard Phinizy #ells to Kanuel T. Kendrick part of let S9. Price ^$00.
Signed by ?erdinard Phinizy, -witnessed by James D. Pittard sn<:: Jas. I. Janscn.,
and J.S.C. D=ted:
rhy jl, 1P66.
Al-in De?rin^ sells to Ferdir.snc Phinizj part of lot S3 Price -^700.
Signed by .-^Ibin F. bearing, witnessed *;^ Jar.es T. Sarsor. and Jas. *^. Pit*L5ru,
J.P. Dated: ^pril 2S, 1366.
3 - ^illian L. I'itchell, Executor of Robert Taylor sells to Albin F. Lep
lots nos. ?1, *-6 &?? in Thomas Surve., of the College lands. Price ?8S3.
Signed by *,*.iri. L. Kitchell, Executor of Robert Tgylor. Witnessed b\ :
'.V..V. Lu!npkin, D.H. Alexander, and John Kilpsrtick, J.P. Dated: Jar. 1?, lS6j.
. '
\'
6 - I-.errorandun of Agreement between A.P. Dearing and X.T. PLencrick re a tract
cf land exchanged (see no.l), that Kendrick car retain possession of the
house and garden for present yerr, etc., etc. Signed Jan. 4, 1E69 by
Kgndrick. Further notes on reverse incicate !-endrick agreed tc relinquish
the house & garden Larch 1$, 186$. Signed Feb. 3, 166$ by Kendrick.
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Date Jan- 3-8, 1983_______
Dates CpvereJ^' Oct 28; 1828 Sept 16; 1830,
Jan. 29; 104;=:, dan; 1057, Jan. 1; lO&O, May 9.
Number of Items 2 rolls microfilm (l pos., 1 neg.)
Clarke County Papers
j /^ n ^-n
Name of Collection —————————-——f.—————————————————————————————
Provenance unknown
Given by
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
unknown
This collection includes surveyor's plats of land in Athens, Georgia,
a plan of part of Cobbham, a conveyance from vestry of Emmanuel Church, Athens,
to Robert L. Bloomfield, and indentures between Moses Waddell, President of the
University of Georgia and other individuals.
See list inside accession folder for more detailed listing.
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Ms 2825
Clarke County Soldier's Wayside Home (Ga.)
Clarke County Soldier's Wayside Home (Ga.) record book, 1864-1865.
Iv.
Arranged in chronological order.
Clarke County Soldier's Wayside Home (Athens, Ga.), an institution which
administered aid to Confederate soldiers passing through the area.
The collection consists of a record book of the Clarke County Soldier's
Wayside Home (Athens, Ga.) from October 1864 - May 1865. Entries include date,
soldier's name, regiment, and what he received from the home. Other entries
include contributions made to the home, accounts of E.D. Stone, and
miscellaneous writings.
Cite as: Clarke County Soldier's Wayside Home (Ga.) record book. Hargrett
Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries., Athens GA 30602.
I. Charities—Confederate States of America. 2. Soldiers—Georgia. 3. Clarke
County (Ga.) 4. Georgia-History-Civil War, 1861-1865-Registers. 5. GeorgiaHistory-Civil War, 1861-1865-Civilian relief. 6. Athens (Ga.) I. Stone, E. D.
II. GAGP
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Clarke County (Ga.) Tax Receiver Office.
Confederate veterans roH, 1906.
1 v.
Arranged in alphabetical order by surname.
The collection consists of one volume compiled by J.H. Dorsey of the Clarke
County (Ga.) Tax Receiver Office for 1906. The roll lists ex-Confederate
soldiers and widows of ex-Confederates divided into two sections. Section one
lists name of Confederate soldier, company, regiment or Athens command, where
and when enlisted, where and when discharged, and post office. Section two
gives name of soldier, name of widow, company or unit, where and when enlisted,
where and when discharged, and post office.
Cite as: Clarke County (Ga.), Tax Receiver Office, Confederate veterans roll.
Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library. University of Georgia Libraries.
Athens GA 30602
1. Dorsey, J. H. 2. Veterans—Confederate States of America. 3. VeteransGeorgia. 4. Clarke County (Ga.)-History-Civil War, 1861-1865-Veterans. 5.
Georgia-History-Civil War, 1861-1865-Veterans. 6. Tax records. 7. Local
government records.
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Ms 547
Clark family.
John Clark family papers, 1826-1862.
58 items.
Arranged in chronological order.
John Clark (1766-1832), daughter Ann Williamson Clark (b. 1801) married John
W. Campbell.
The collection consists of papers relating to the settlement of John dark's
estate and the activities of his heirs from 1826-1862. The papers include
inventories of property, deeds, plat maps, correspondence, and copies of court
records. The materials mainly document land transfers and land claims in
Florida often with the St. Andrews & Chipola Canal & Railroad Company.
Correspondents include Ann Clark Campbell, John W. Campbell, Richard H. Long,
and Thomas Baltzell.
Cite as: John Clark family papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Clark, John, 1766-1832. 2. Campbell, Ann Clark, b. 1801. 3. Campbell, John
W., fl. 1837. 4. Baltzell, Thomas, d. 1866. 5. Long, Richard H. 6. St. Andrews
& Chipola & Railroad Company. 7. Land settlement—Florida. 8. Real estate
investment—Florida—19th century. 9. St. Andrews Bay (Fla.) 10. Deeds. 11.
Inventories. I. GAGP
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Clarke, Elijah, 1733-1799.
Letter to Col. Benjamin Cleavland, 1787 June 24.
1 item.
Elijah Clarke (1733-1799), Georgia frontiersman.
The collection consists of a letter from Elijah Clarke, Hickory Grove, (Ga.)
to Col. Benjamin Cleavland, Franklin County (Ga.), on June 24,1787. Clarke
has just returned from seeing the Governor in Augusta and discusses the
Governor's assurance that a treaty with the Creek Indians is imminent, mentions
Alexander McGillvrary, and talks about a misunderstanding between the Indians
and the Indian Commissioners.
Cite as: Elijah Clarke, letter to Col. Benjamin Cleavland. Hargrett Rare Book
and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries., Athens GA 30602.
1. Cleavland, Benjamin. 2. McGillivray, Alexander, ca. 1740-1793. 3. Creek
Indians—Georgia—Treaties. 4. Indians of North America—Georgia. I. GAGP
CLA^KK, -' J.JAH - N
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Accession No—-.T!.l-*!Lo-____
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Date
Dates Covered __196l-TQ6l
Number of Items _tejn
Name of Collection __KT.TJW nL^K?.'S N^MK - fl*^R?SPQNDT.TCT7 RE SELLING.
Given by: Correspondence file, Snecial Collections.
Deposited by
Purchased from
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Date & method of arrival : 196l - 1963
aM DESCRIPTION
Ten items as follows:
1. LS from Garland Peyton, Dir. Dent. of Mines, etc., State Division of
Conservation.
To: R. i*!. Anderson, Lincolnton, Georgia
Dated: A+lanta, Georgia: December 13, 196l
re: Correspondence
2.
LS fron ^at 3ryant, Derutv surveyor General
To: R. Elan Andersen, Lincolnton, Georgia
Dated: Surveyor - General Department, January 3, 1P6?
re: Name of llarke County.
order of creation..
3.
Contains lis^* of Georgia's Counties in
L3 from R. N. Fickett, III, President, Athens Historical Society
To: Mr. R. Flam Andersen, Lincolnton, Georgia
Dated: July 9, 1963
re: Snellinc- of "Clarke". Contains cony of act setting up Clarke
Countv, 1301
2
ELIJAH - NT-?. Continued:
h.
LS from R. N. Fickett, III, President, Athens Historical Society
To: Mr. R. Elam \rderson, Lincolnton, Georgia
Dated: An rust 13, 19&3
re: Spelling of "Clarke". Contains comments on spelling of Maddel
(Waddell) Talmage (Talmadge)
$.
LS from Lilla M. Hawes, Director, CeorFia Historical Society
To: Mr. R. E. Andersen, Lincolnton, Georgia
Dated: Nov=nb<sr 8, 1963
re: Spelling of Clarke (Clark). Corcnents on variation names of
other counties: e. r. Houston for Hnustoun, or Whitfield for
^Tiitefield. Includes tunoescrint re oririn of nane of Clark's
Hill br Tilden 3. Lane, abstnc+cr, Real Istite ^ro.iect of-ice,
Lincolnton, Georgia
6.
L3 from John W. 3onner, -Jr.
University of Georgia
Special Collections Librarian,
To: Mr. R. ^. 4nderson, Lincolnton, Georgia
Dated: November 13, 1%3, Athens, Georgia
re: Covering letter for xerox cony of newsoaner article dated
October 16, 19ii9, from Augusta Chronicle, re name of Clark's
Hill
CHRKE, tlLIJAH, JR. - IND^JTURE
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Name of Collection
^JAH CLA^K^, JR. - D!H^r-, l83h
Given by : Mrs. Jewett Williams, h36 Dearinr Street^ Athens, Georgia
Deposited by
Purchased from
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Date & method of arrival: September, 1966, via 5 F 3 T
DESCRIPTION
Indenture between Middleton Pope and Eli.iah Clarke. ?ofe bought
from Clarke 160 acres in Cherokee County, lot number 201. Fifth District,
Fourth section.
Dated: April 5, l83b
Sip-natures: Elijah Clarke
Jas. ^. Smith
John Moore
Elijah Cumnins (?)
Sherrod Stroud, J. °.
!
CLARKE, KATHERINE LANIER
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Name of Collection ..—Kathe.r i n e ..Lan i Rr...Cla,rls e
Given by Mrs. Heckman
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Katharine Lanier Clarke was for many years associated with the Cooperative
Extension Service of the University of Georgia. Mrs. Clarke left the bulk
of her estate for the establishment of Lanier Gardens.
The collection, primarily financial in nature, deals vith her land holdings,
and the estate of her mother who was daughter of one of the mayors of Savannah.
There is some genealogy and a few pictures in the collection.
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Clarke, Ray, 1782-1847.
Letter to Ethan Clarke, 1813 Mar. 3.
1 item.
The collection consists of a letter from Ray Clarke at St. Mary's, Georgia on
March 3, 1813 to his father Ethan Clarke. Clarke discusses the taking of
Nathaniel Pendleton's testimony, visiting the plantation of Nathanael Green,
the cargo of a captured French ship which was brought to St. Mary's, and the
activities of U.S. troops in Florida against the Seminole Indians.
Cite as: Ray Clarke, letter to Ethan Clarke. Hargrett Rare Book and
Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Clarke, Ethan, 1745-1833. 2. Greene, Nathanael. 3. Pendleton, Nathaniel. 4.
Seminole Indians-Florida. 5. United States-History-War of 1812.1. GAGP
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Ms 1497
Clark, Samuel B., [812-1865.
Samuel B. Clark papers, 1787-1869.
7 items.
Arranged in chronological order.
Samuel B. Clark (1812-1865), plantation owner of Brothersville, Richmond
County, Georgia. Married Martha Rebecca Walker in 1837.
The collection consists of papers of Samuel B. Clark of Brothersville,
Richmond County, Georgia, from 1787-1869 (with gaps). Includes indentures, a
land survey, legal documents, and a plantation journal (1841-1869) containing
business records pertaining to the Richmond County homestead, the Burke County
(Ga.) farm, and land in Dooly County (Ga.). Entries include information on
slave values, outlays for crops and househotd supplies, tax returns for
Richmond and Burke counties, financial reports on building the McBean canal,
and cotton sales.
Cite as: Samuel B. Clark papers. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602.
1. Farm management—Georgia. 2. Plantations—Georgia. 3. Slavery-Georgia. 4.
Brothersville (Ga.) 5. Burke County (Ga.) 6. Dooly County (Ga.) 7. Richmond
County (Ga.) 8. Account book. 9. Business records.!. GAGP
HARGRETT RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
Ms 1278
Clay, Alexander Stephens, 1853-1910.
Letter to Lawrence F. Bower, 1896 Dec. 22.
1 item.
Alexander Stephens Clay (1853-1910), Georgia legislator and U.S. Senator, bom
in Cobb County, Georgia.
The collection consists of a letter from Alexander Stephens Clay, Marietta
(Ga.) to Lawrence F. Bower of New York City on December 22,1896. Contains a
biographical sketch written by Clay at Bower's request, particularly
emphasizing Clay's political accomplishments.
Cite as: Alexander Stephens Clay, letter to Lawrence F. Bower. Hargrett Rare
Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens GA 30602.
1. Bower, Lawrence F. 2. Legislators—Georgia. 3. Biography. I. GAGP
K3KRY - LETT3R
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.
Dates Covered ..—....1844_
Date —
Number of Items __^__
Name of Collection
:^Y - LETT.3R
Given by - Dr. T. H. 1-bHatton
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival- Nov. 24, 1950.
PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION
*S .
ALS Henry Clay to Lord Ashburton, London.
dated: Ashland July 16, 1844.
re: Introducing Richard H. Chinn'to his Lordship.
Note: R.H. Chinn was Dr. HcHatton's great grandfather and at one time was a
law partner of Herry Clay in Lexington, Ky. The latter ^,-;as never delivered ir
don because of Mr. Chinn 's death.
head of the dea^rt^ent
Note: The late Thomas Hubbard KcHattcn na
the Library many
.riven
has
He
of Horticulture at the University of Georgia.
as yet ursorted.
Collection,
I'cIIatton
auto-raphs, etc. S?e also: Lustr^t -
SUBSEQUENT HISTORY
Augustin Smith Clayton - 1804 Class poem and notebook
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORCM LIBRARIES
MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION
Accession No.
Date
. 965
January 21, 19?6
Name of Collection
Covered
Number cf Items .
Augustin Smith Clayton Class Poem and Notebook
Given by
Great grandson of the author, Augustin S. Clayton
Deposited by
Purchased from
Other terms
Date & method of arrival
.
-. . .
j. ^
Unknown. Judging
by the newspaper clippin
g and^ quote
from
Duncan Burnet, it must have been before 1940. Found in vault 1976 but without
DESCRIPTION
li
provenance .
A manuscript copy of a poem by Augustin Smith Clayton, written for and read at
the first University of Georgia graduation in 1$(A- . There is also a typed copy
of the poem as well as a notebook believed to be Smith's with mathematical notes
and charts in it. Clayton was a member of the first graduating class at the
University and founder of the Demosthenian Society. Clayton street in Athens,
Clayton county and Clayton, Georgia, are all named for him.
This material is in the 3^ vault .
January 21, 19?6
UCL 832