This collection consists of seven documents. They cover personal news such as taxes on the McLaws' Reynolds Street home and other financial and business dealings. Also included is a letter from Joseph S. Afford dated August 29, 1888 asking General McLaws about a flag of the 10th Georgia Regiment and telling him about a reunion of the Regiment.
This collection contains a receipt book, dated November 26, 1800-January 19, 1820, and a letter book, dated September 14, 1804-January 19, 1820. Transcripts of some of the letters are also included. Most of the letters were written by Philip Box to other postmasters. Many are notes accompanying receipts or drafts related to mail service. A few letters relate to the schedules or timeliness of mail delivery.
This collection consists of two letters on a single sheet of paper. The first letter is from A.G. Connell and Mary E. Connell to Jordan Roe from Nashville, Georgia. The other side contains an additional letter to Josiah Roe and Ezekiel Roe, nephews of A.G. Connell and Mary Connell. Both letters contain the same information about things at home. The only exception is that one side lists the names of the Connell children.
This collection consists of a scrapbook of clippings from the Savannah Weekly Naval Stores Review and Journal of Trade and the Naval Stores Review. It covers the 1920s through 1943. Also included in the collection are Carr's passport from his 1924 trip to Europe with the American Naval Stores Commission, a diary from the trip, a souvenir book of pictures of naval store operations in France, and photographs, depicting naval store activities in Georgia Florida, and Mississippi in the 1920s and 1920s, as well as pictures of A.S. Carr and employees of the A.S. Carr Company.
There is an astonishing volume of research here on hundreds of families, notably emigre families from Santo Domingo, families from Minorca (one of the Spanish Balearic Islands), families with Catholic roots, and families decended from Georgia's colonial settlers. His research encompassed collateral lines and families of other denominations, as well. Included are: detailed genealogical charts; correspondence; legal documents; Bible, church and public record abstracts; memoirs; articles and clippings; invitations; cards; photographs, etc.
The collection consists of a letter on fabric, written from Joseph M. Solomons to his wife, Zipporah, on April 6, 1865. According to information from the donor, the letter was part of a dress worn by a family member crossing Union/Confederate lines to visit Joseph Solomons in Augusta. Once the letter was written, the family member sewed the fabric back onto her dress and carried it back to Zipporah Solomons in Savannah.
The holdings of the Macon and Western Railroad Company consist of: Minute books of directors, 1846-1873; Local rates of transportation (Indexed), 1863; and Profile and location of Macon and Western Railroad from Macon, Ga. to Atlanta, Ga., 1864.
Children's Botanical Garden of Tiles (Savannah, Ga.).
Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives
2 boxes, rolled items (2.10 cubic feet)
This collection contains administrative files, clippings, architectural drawings, and photographs of the Children's Botanical Garden of Tiles in Savannah, Georgia from the time this idea was conceptualized in 1994 until its completion in 1997.
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