Galhouse, Kuhn, and Brisendine families papers
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Galhouse, Kuhn, and Brisendine families papers

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: Brisendine family
Creator: Galhouse family
Creator: Kuhn family
Title: Galhouse, Kuhn, and Brisendine families papers
Dates: 1887-1948
Quantity: 2.34 linear ft. (1 document case; 1 oversize box)
Identification: ahc.MSS781

Biographical/Historical Note

Henry Galhouse had three children: Alice, Blanche, and John Henry. Alice married John J. Kuhn between 1904-1910. They purchased a house at 310 McDonough Road (later Blvd.) and lived there until at least 1943. The family was probably Roman Catholic and spent much time attending war memorial activities. The Brisendines in particular attended Annual Encampments for the United Spanish War Veterans (U.S.V.W.).


Scope and Content Note

This collection includes four folders of personal and business correspondence of the Galhouse, Kuhn, and Brisendine families. There are also numerous files of materials on Atlanta history, which include businesses, city politics, amusements, Catholic churches, and banks.


Index Terms

Advertising--Georgia--Atlanta
Amusements--Georgia--Atlanta
Brisendine, Blanche Galhouse, 1875-1957
Catholic Church--Georgia--Atlanta
Galhouse, Annie Hayes
Galhouse, Henry, 1837-1907
Galhouse, John Henry, 1870-1919
Kuhn, Alice Galhouse, 1868-1947
Kuhn, John J., 1869-1932
Riots--Georgia--Atlanta

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Galhouse, Kuhn, and Brisendine families papers, MSS 781, Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift, 1993

Description Control

This collection was processed in 2014.


Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

This 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Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright.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.


Container List

 

Box

Fldr

11Alice Galhouse Kuhn and John J. Kuhn business correspondence, 1904-1942
 
2Alice Galhouse Kuhn personal correspondence, 1892-1944
 
3Blanche Galhouse Brisendine personal correspondence, 1922-1948
 
4John Henry Galhouse business correspondence, 1905-1910
 
Atlanta business cards, advertisements, and booklets, 1910-1930
 
6Newsclippings on 1906 Race Riot, 1906
 
7Catholic Churches in Atlanta, 1893-1940
 
8Atlanta politics, 1938
 
9Entertainment in Atlanta, 1908-1909
 
10Banks in Atlanta, 1929-1930
 
11War material related to Atlanta, 1918-1919
 
12 Builders of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, 1941
 
13 Fruits of Industry. Points and Pictures Along the Central Railroad of Georgia System, 1895
 
14Printed materials for U.S. Nurseries and agriculture, 1905-1909
 
15Printed materials for U.S. and Georgia businesses, 1904-1931
 
16Printed materials on U.S.,Georgia, and Atlanta, 1930-1947
 

Location

MSS OS Box 5.2Diploma from Boys High School to John J. Kuhn, 1887
 

Location

MSS OS Box 5.2Diploma from Southern Business University to John J. Kuhn, 1888
 

Location

MSS OS Box 5.2Diploma from Girls High School to Annie K. Hayes, 1905
 

Location

MSS OS Box 5.2Lots for sale: McDonough Rd.; Grant, Hill, and Dalton Streets, 1910