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Hopkins, John L.
|Title: ||Hopkins family papers|
|Dates: ||1852-1937, undated|
2.0 linear ft.
(3 document cases and 1 oversize box)
John L. Hopkins was an Atlanta judge. He had a law firm with his sons, Charles T. and Linton C. Hopkins. Judge Hopkins died in 1912. Linton C. Hopkins wrote essays, fiction, and poetry. Charles T. Hopkins died in 1921. Linton C. Hopkins married Nina Ellet Cabell and had five children: Linton, Jr., John, Charles Ellet, Cabell, and Nina. Nina Hopkins married William D. Grant. Nina and William Grant had a daughter, Nina who died in infancy, and a son, William D. Grant, III. William Grant, III married Juliana and had a son, Danny. William was later killed in World War II.
Scope and Content Note
These papers consist of correspondence dating from Antebellum, newspaper clippings, and drafts of manuscripts by members of the Hopkins family.
Hopkins family papers, MSS 8, Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
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Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. All requests to publish, quote, or reproduce must be submitted through the Kenan Research Center.
|8||Correspondence, 1905, 1931-1933|
|2||1||The Symposium, minutes, 1908-1928|
|2||Typed manuscript of Four Fellows, by L.C. Hopkins, approximately 1905|
|3||Typed manuscript of Aunt Sallie and Mr. Watson, by L.C. Hopkins, undated|
|4||Copy of typed manuscript, The Wind, by L.C. Hopkins, undated|
|5||Copy of typed manuscript, The Wind, by L.C. Hopkins, undated|
|6||Copy of typed manuscript, Black Buck, by L.C. Hopkins, undated|
|3||1||Copy of typed manuscript, The Lady of the Tower, by L.C. Hopkins, 1937|
|2||The Crosby Case and the Crosby Woman, Success at Golf, Margaret Mitchell and Her Novel, 1907-1914|
|3||Typed manuscript, Our Life in Brazil, by Julia Keyes, undated|
|4||Daily journal on Christianity kept by unidentified member of the Hopkins family, undated|
|6||Essays by L.C. Hopkins, scrapbooks, 1882, 1937|
|MSS OS box 3.4||1||The Falling of the Scales, by L.C. Hopkins in Uncle Remus Magazine; The Weirdly Thrilling Tale of the Lost Bathing Suit, by L.C. Hopkins in Uncle Remus Magazine, 1907-1908|
|2||Scrapbook pages, 1899-1912, undated|
|3||Scrapbook pages, 1891-1925|
|Scrapbook pages, 1918-1927|