Jacob D. Sapir was a composer and chazan (cantor) for Congregation Orach Chaim in New York City at the turn of the 20th century. The Jacob D. Sapir scores contain manuscripts for 16 of his compositions.
Columbus State University - Simon Schwob Memorial Library
The collection consists of papers of Joseph B. Mahan Jr. from ca. 1952-1979. The papers include correspondence, research material, and printed materials. The papers relate to Mahan's involvement in the development of Westville (Ga.); the Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts; the Lower Chattahoochee Area Planning and Development Commission; and the President's Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. The collection also reflects his research in the history of Eastern North American Indian tribes particularly the Yuchi Indians; early 19th century archaeology; and American pre-history, particularly artifacts indicating pre-Columbian trans-Atlantic culture contacts