John Hammond Moore correspondence
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John Hammond Moore correspondence

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. 130 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA 30305. 404.814.4040. reference@atlantahistorycenter.com
Creator: Moore, John Hammond
Title: John Hammond Moore correspondence
Dates: 1966
Quantity: 3.0 Item(s)
Quantity: Extent: 3 items
Identification: ahc.MSS243f

Biographical/Historical Note

John Hammond Moore is an author and a professor at Georgia State University. In 1967, he wrote the book, Research Materials in South Carolina. Additional biographical information on John Hammond Moore is not available.


Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of correspondence presumably created in the course of his research. The first item is a card and on the front of the card is a drawing of the first Governor’s Mansion in Atlanta (1870-1921). The card, dated 4 December 1966, is from Mrs. Georgia Atkinson Bradford, daughter of former Georgia Governor W.Y. Atkinson, to Mr. Moore. Mrs. Bradford writes that Mr. Moore’s article in an Atlanta newspaper is very accurate regarding the death of the football player, Richard Von Gammon, during a University of Georgia football game in 1897. The second item is a letter, dated 19 July, 1966, from Mr. Moore to the Alumni Office of Vassar College. In the letter Mr. Moore inquires about the death date of Atlanta native, Jennie Johnson Phinney.


Index Terms

Moore, John Hammond

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

John Hammond Moore correspondence, MSS 243F, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift, 1966

Description Control

Collection reprocessed in 2008.


Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. All requests to publish, quote, or reproduce must be submitted through the Kenan Research Center.


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1Correspondence, 1966