Scope and Content Note This collection contains a volume of the morning reports of the 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade of the Georgia State Troops, 1861-1862. Most of the reports are signed by C.B. Harkie, commanding colonel. The name Charles A.L. Lamar is written inside the front cover.
Scope and Content Summary This collection consists of six letters and one muster roll of Company H, 31st Iowa Volunteers, as well as a copy of a photograph. The letters, written by Charles, James, Jacob and H. Albertson to their parents and family in Iowa, describe daily camp life, morals of soldiers, rations, prices, rice culture, military operations, and the outcome of a baseball game. The letter, dated January 4, 1865, mentions the Federal march through Georgia in December 1864, siege of Savannah, Georgia, and describes Federal forces and activities in occupied Savannah. The photograph depicts Charles Albertson in his uniform. The folder containing the photograph is noted as "VM" (visual materials) in the collection inventory.
Scope and content note This collection contains one letter written on 20 March 1881 from an anonymous sender to his boss at the Savannah, Florida, and Western Railway regarding an accident that occurred on the railway near the Savannah River, which resulted in the loss of his job. In this letter, the sender is pleading with the recipient to take into account his previous service to the company and how this accident could have been avoided.
Scope and content note This collection contains photographs from Joseph Thomas Mooney. He lived at 405 E. Gordon Street in Savannah, Georgia. The majority of the people in the images are unidentified. However, four photographs identify the following individuals: 1st Lieutenant James J. Burke, John G. Connolly, Friar Schadewell, Friar Flonrage(?), Yvette(?) Bohan, Josie Sullivan, and Aurie Lee Hunter. The donor noted that Aurie Lee Hunter is related to both Frank Hunter and Joseph Thomas Mooney.
Scope and content note This collection contains two daguerreotypes from circa 1860s-1870s of Francis Loring Neufville (1846-1875) and his wife, Sarah C. Neufville (1844-1912). Also included are genealogies from circa 1970s of the Neufville family which shows their connection with the following families; Fenwick, Campbell, Jones, and Kollock.
Scope and content note This collection contains a photograph album and loose photographs and negatives pertaining to Christ Church in Savannah, Georgia from 1920 to 1983. These photographs include members of the church and services within the church. Some of the group photographs in the album have been identified.
Scope and content note This collection contains deeds and other accompanying information, such as power of attorney documents, for 9 West Gordon Street, 119 West Gordon Street, and 313-315 East Charleton Street in Savannah, Georgia from 1850-1859. Included with each folder is a list of the deeds and brief notes on the Mohr and Tussey families of Savannah that were provided by the donor.
Scope and content note This collection contains the muster roll for Company A of the 28th Regiment of the Georgia Volunteers from 28 February - 30 April 1862. The bottom portion of this muster roll is missing. The muster roll for Company I of the 55th Regiment of the Georgia Volunteers from June - 31 August 1863 is also included in this collection. These muster rolls include the names and ranks of the soldiers in each company as well as their pay information and other important notes on the soldiers. Also included are a blank muster roll and a small piece of paper with a list of unidentifiable court cases.
Scope and content note This collection contains two letters written by Sheldon C. Dunning in Savannah, Georgia. One is addressed to E. Silsby, a merchant in Boston, Massachusetts on 12 April 1821. In this letter, Dunning explains the costs of exporting cotton to the north. The other letter is addressed to A. Richards in New York on 3 December 1839 and also discusses cotton sales.
Scope and content note This collection contains brochures, maps, and pamphlets for various businesses and travel destinations throughout the state of Georgia from the 1920s to 1960s. This material was collected by the Georgia Archives and transferred to the Georgia Historical Society.
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