Elizabeth Love's autograph book
Scope and Content
This collection consists of an autograph book containing autographs and poems. This book was presented to Elizabeth Love by an anonymous friend, possibly as a wedding present, in 1880. Some names included in the book are her cousins, Charles M. Knoll in Florida and J. J. Howell, Elias Alexander Cochran, Emma Love, Sallie Love, G.A. Love, Tom Love, A. O. Love, John Love, W. B. Cochran, Charles Cochran, Sarah Cochran, Starling Cochran, Mabel Elizabeth Cochran and U.S. Senator and Elizabeth’s former tutor, Alexander Stephens Clay.
- Cochran, Elizabeth Patton Love (Person)
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Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright.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.
Elizabeth Patton “Lizzie” Love Cochran (1864- 1955) was born in Dekalb County, Georgia, a month before the Battle of Atlanta, to Colonel David Donaldson Kolb Love and Margaret Catherine Baker. Margaret was a refugee during the Civil War on her way from Austell, Georgia to Greenville, Georgia. Elizabeth was born at the home of her great-grandfather, Thomas Kennedy, in Dekalb County. During the Battle of Atlanta, infant Elizabeth and her mother spent the night in Brotherton’s store at the corner of Whitehall and Mitchell Streets, SW. Elizabeth’s great-grandparents, The Bakers, were pioneers of Dekalb County and Bakers Ferry Road, SW. Elizabeth had six siblings: Emma; Sallie; G. A.; Tom; John; and A. O. Elizabeth married Elias Alexander Cochran on 30 November 1881. They had seven children: Charles Opal; Ivan; Sarah True; Starling Love; Earl Thomas; Mabel Elizabeth; and Evelyn. Her daughter, Sarah, married Paul Huff and lived in Atlanta. Mrs. Cochran died 19 January 1955 at the age of ninety.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Collection reprocessed in 2008.
- Elizabeth Love's Autograph Book
- An Inventory of Her Papers at the Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center
- Paul Crater
- March 2014
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English.