Scope and Content Note This collection contains a slave bill of sale, a photocopy of the bill, and a transcript. The slave, approximately 19 years old, named Margarite was sold to Zachariah Rochman by G.L. McClusky for $425.00. The writing on the document is difficult to read and names could also be interpreted as Zachariah Rockman or Zachariah Rockmore; G.L. McClosky or G.L. McClisky; and Margaritt or Margaret. McClusky's attorney was E. Kirkpatrick. The sale took place in Stewart County, Georgia and is dated April 1, 1845.
Scope and content note This collection contains an indenture for a cemetery lot at Laurel Grove Cemetery in Savannah, Georgia. This indenture was signed on 16 September 1891 and was for Lot number 1685 in the cemetery.
Scope and content note This collection contains wills, deeds, land and slave bills of sale, receipts, letters, financial accounts, photographs, biographies, and other miscellaneous materials regarding the Frewin, Stevens, and Taylor families of Frederica, Saint Simons Island, Georgia from 1802 to 1999. Also included is an inventory with brief descriptions of the materials included in this collections, compiled by the donor, Charles E. Pearson as well as two biographies written by Pearson entitled Captain James Frewin of Frederica, St. Simons Island, Georgia and Charles Stevens of St. Simons Island: Coasting Captain.
Scope and content note This collection contains newsletters, minutes, and correspondence regarding the events, concerns, and the operation of the Ardsley Park/Chatham Crescent Neighborhood Association from 1992 to 2000.
Scope and content note This collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings from 1912 to 1920 of somewhat scandalous news stories from around the United States and the world. Also included are resolutions and decisions that were made by the Savannah City Council and appeared in the newspaper.
Scope and content note This collection contains a framed broadside dated 20 September 1860 from Erwin and Hardee, commission merchants in Savannah, Georgia. Within this broadside, the company described the gains and losses within the cotton business for the previous year.
Scope and content note This collection contains five volumes compiled in 1991 covering the history of the Savannah Sugar Refinery in Savannah, Georgia from 1916 to 1991. Included within this collection are three volumes which detail the history of the company from 1916 until 1991; one volume detailing the history of the land of the Savannah Sugar Refinery; and one volume containing original plan photographs from 1917-1930. All of these volumes have been embossed with Fawcett's name. Also included is a program from the refinery's 65th Anniversary Jubilee in 1982.
Scope and content note This collection contains a memoir compiled in 1999 by William H. Baker detailing his career in the military from 1936 to 1967. Also included are photocopies of letters, newspaper clippings, maps, photographs, military orders, and military reports regarding Baker's service in the Army with the 339th Engineer General Service Regiment, the 78th Infantry Division, and the 989th Engineer Treadway Bridge Company during World War II.
Scope and content note This collection contains a letter from Leonard L. Mackall to Hattie Colquitt of Savannah, Georgia on 12 November 1928 regarding a publication from the Society of Colonial Dames of Georgia.
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