Guerard, Jacob Deveaux, 1793-1863.South Carolina Historical Society1 item.Letter to Miss Alice Screven expresses his love for her and his sadness because of her absence.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, 1746-1825.South Carolina Historical Society1 item.Note requests that Morse paint a portrait of Thomas Pinckney (brother of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney).Contact InformationCatalog Record
South Carolina Historical Society1 item.Fragment of a recipe book containing recipes for bread ("West India Bread") and muffins, apparently from Ophir Plantation, Berkeley County, South Carolina.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Bible Society of Charleston.South Carolina Historical Society16 items.Records include financial transactions and meeting minutes (1861) which mention the distribution of bibles to soldiers and the severe domestic hardships due to the war, treasurer's accounts (1861) which include membership information, and invoices (1862) for the purchase of various types of Bibles from the British and Foreign Bible Society.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Crooker, Nettie.South Carolina Historical Society19 items.Correspondence consists mainly of letters from Nettie Crooker to [her future husband?] Charles S. Langdon, U.S.A., 2nd Corps, Army of the Potomac, written aboard the steamer "Cosmopolitan" at Charleston, Hilton Head, and Beaufort, South Carolina concerning local conditions, travel by steamer, and social and other matters. Includes a letter (1867) from Langdon at Charleston, S.C. to Nettie Crooker about the closing of the Planters' Hotel, auctions of its furnishings, travel by train, and a legal case, a letter (1864) to Langdon about Mobile, Ala. surrendering, and a letter (1864) to Langdon from his sister P.A. Lombard at Washington, D.C. concerning family matters and friends.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Dunkin family.South Carolina Historical Society69 items.Correspondence of Alfred H., and Bethune Dunkin and Ann B. Adams between Charleston, (S.C.), Massachusetts, and elsewhere. Miscellaneous papers, including commissions for office.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Foelsch, Donald H.South Carolina Historical Society1 v.Typewritten history and genealogy of the Foelsch family and related families including the Beck, Foster, Skinnner, Whaley, and many other families.Contact InformationCatalog Record
South Carolina Historical Society1 v.Handwritten copy (after 1812) of instructions "extracted from Logier's Art of playing the Kent Bugle, printed in Dublin ... November 25th 1813, containing about 35 pages" and other music copied by an unknown individual.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Whig Association (Charleston, S.C.)South Carolina Historical Society1 v. 1 folder.Bound volume and miscellaneous papers of the Whig and '76 Associations. The volume includes the minutes of meetings, resolutions, financial information, lists of members, and reports such as a committee report discussing whether to celebrate the 4th of July after secession.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Ortmann family.South Carolina Historical Society1 v.Volume 1 (ca. 1900) contains recipes in German and English for cakes, cookies, breads, and other goods collected by an unknown member of the Ortmann family.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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