Warren, C.H.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives1 oversize folder (.20 cubic feet)This collection consists of C.H. Warren's illustration, Burning of the Yazoo Act." The illustrator used a combination of mediums, including pencil, ink, and inkwash. This conjectural drawing was created to illustrate textbooks such as A History of Georgia by Lawton B. Evans. It was copyrighted by the University Publishing Company. The illustration is matted and framed. Attached to the mat are two clippings containing additional information. The first clipping identifies the key men in the drawing. The second clipping states the item is an original, copyrighted drawing and that it was presented to the Georgia Historical Society by Lawton B. Evans. This clipping titles the drawing, "The Burning of the Yazoo Act, February 1797;" the correct year is 1796.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Hahn, Edward, fl. 1950-2003.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives2 boxes (1 cubic foot)This collection contains the research materials gathered by Edward Hahn on the Georgia Cavalry 5th Regiment from 1950 to 1996. These materials are comprised of research notes, correspondence, articles, maps, newspaper clippings, photographs, and slides on the battles that the Georgia Cavalry 5th Regiment was involved in during the American Civil War.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Morehouse family.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives2 boxes (1.5 cubic feet)This collection contains books, scrapbooks, photographs, clippings, correspondence, funeral guest books, and other miscellaneous materials relating to the Morehouse and Scott families of Savannah, Georgia from 1936-1973.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Dilke, Emilia Francis Strong, Lady, 1840-1904.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives5 cu. ft.The bulk of the material in this series is research done by Robert J. Harris of Gainesville, Fla. His research notes and correspondence are arranged chronologically.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Hartridge, Walter Charlton, 1914-1974.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives14 cu. ft.WCH's subject files, consisting of: notes, clippings, abstracts from newspapers and journals, pamphlets, correspondence, photographs, reminiscences, articles and drafts of articles, are arranged alphabetically by topic. They are from both published and unpublished sources, and the majority of them relate to Georgia. These resource materials supported WCH's research and publications, and often should be used in conjunction with items in both the Genealogy series and the Architectural History series. In particular, many folders on properties and locations include genealogical sketches of prominent local families.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Monroe, Nathan C.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives1 volume (.05 cubic feet)This collection contains a bound volume of Nathan C. Monroe's business and personal correspondence. Most of the letters are from his relatives who were living in New York, while others concern his mercantile business. A broadside circular for a boarding school, Troy Female Seminary, and a letter from one of Monroe's relatives about the school from 1833 are also included in the volume.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives8.5 cu. ft.The holdings of the Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad Company consist of: Minute books of the directors and stockholders, 1883-1971; Annual reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1919-1927, 1929-1932, 1934-1936, and 1941-1949; Annual reports the the stockholders, scattered years; and Test farm reports, 1916-1917.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Hartridge, Walter Charlton, 1914-1974.Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives1 folder.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.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Evergreen Cemetery Company of Bonaventure (Savannah, Ga.)Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives6 volumes, 1 folder (2 cubic feet)The Evergreen Cemetery Company of Bonaventure records includes six volumes of the company's accounts and one folder of loose papers containing minutes of the company's meetings, resolutions, balance sheets, notices regarding perpetual care, and correspondence. Records are dated 1873 to 1907.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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