Connally, Mary Virginia Brown
- Existence: 1850 - 1927
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection contains 25 letters (including copies and transcripts) many of the men in his Regiment wrote to Joe Brown Connally's mother, Mary Virginia Brown Connally, in Atlanta, Georgia, in thanks for her and her husband's hospitality.
Scope and Content This collection contains image of the family and friends of Mary Connally Spalding. Included are photographs of her travels to Ireland, France, and Egypt, as well as bridal portraits for her wedding to John Schaffner Spalding.
Dates: 1873-1932, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains papers of the Connally family, including legal documents such as the last will and testament of Thomas W. Connally; a mortgage deed for a home in Oakland City, an Atlanta neighborhood; records of property sales; tax receipts; an estate inventory; grocery receipts; correspondence; and a document issued by War Department of the Confederate States of America appointing Elijah L. Connally as Assistant Surgeon. Other records include newspaper clippings and travel guides.
Dates: 1822-1945, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains report cards; a kindergarten graduation certificate; a high school graduation announcement and program; school papers and an E. Rivers School 1946-1947 yearbook titled The Rivers Overflow; a World War II rations book; and a wedding dress invoice for Mary Virginia Brown, Bryan's great-grandmother.
Dates: 1874-1952, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains documents relating to the festivities for the unveiling of the head of Robert E. Lee on the sculpture of Confederate leaders on Stone Mountain on January 19, 1924. Mary Virginia Brown Connally (Mrs. E. L. Connally) was one of the hostesses.
Scope and Content The photograph album documents the travels of Sally Eugenia Brown from approximately 1890-1902. Identified photographs show the “Eden Fair” (location unknown) in September 1900; Mount Washington in New Hampshire; Saratoga, New York; and “Storyman Camp” (location unknown) in 1902. The remaining images include exterior views of building and homes, railroad trains and stations, streetcars, ships, and scenes of natural waterfalls. Of note are three albumen prints of Brown and her family.
Dates: approximately 1890-1902