- Existence: 1798 - 1866
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection consists of a letter from R. King, possibly Ralph B., to Barrington King, Sr. R. King writes about a scarlet fever outbreak on his farm in "South Hampton" and how a third of his slaves are unable to work due to illness. In the event of his death, R. King asks Barrington to advise "Fred" on farming and business. He attempts to repair his relationship with Barrington, and asks him to lend "Fred" $200 with interest for the year.
Dates: 1864 June 1
Scope and Content This collection contains correspondence between various members of the King family and payment receipts on the accounts of many of the family members.
Scope and Content This collection contains correspondence, memos, and newspaper clippings on historical preservation projects in which Mills B. Lane, Jr. was involved as well as a banking code that Lane helped to create. One of the preservation projects that he worked on was the move and restoration of the Tullie Smith House to the Atlanta History Center from its original location in DeKalb. The Tullie Smith House is a typical "plantation plain" style house built in the 1840s by Robert Smith, a yeoman farmer...
Scope and Contents of the Records This collection contains images of the exteriors of Barrington Hall and Roswell Presbyterian Church, in Roswell, Georgia. The photographs were entered in a 1954 photography contest sponsored by the Atlanta History Center.