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Collection number: ahc.MSS830
Scope and Content Collection consists of financial records, personal memorabilia, marriage and divorce records, correspondence, brochures, and other printed material.
Collection number: ahc.MSS913f
Scope and Content The collection contains correspondence, financial records, certificates, pamphlets, and cards that belonged to Dr. James Fort Bozeman, Raymond Speed McCurry, and other members of the Jackson family. Documents of special note include Raymond Speed McCurry's death certificate, Joan McCurry Jackson's birth certificate, Dr. James Fort Bozeman's personal correspondence, and business receipts from Henry Rootes Jackson.
Collection number: ahc.MSS305
Scope and Content This collection consists of a single scrapbook that contains original vouchers and receipts for rent, utilities, fuel, repairs, household goods, food, and clothing.
Collection number: ahc.MSS630f
Scope and Content This collection consist of one letter dated November 3, 1870 to David Ware of Dublin, Georgia from Alexander H. Stephens regarding Ware's payment of money owed.
Collection number: ahc.MSS316f
Scope and Content This collection includes correspondence, financial records, and invitations belonging to Howard Smith, Jr. who worked for the Atlanta Cotton Oil Company. Most of the correspondence is about financial matters and real estate.
Collection number: ahc.MSS910
Scope and Content This collection primarily contains many different types of consumer bills and a few booklets and pamphlets.
Collection number: ahc.MSS180f
Scope and Content This collection contains documents related to a loan to J. Franklin Huss; bills for street improvements; an abstract of title; and diplomas from Emory University and Atlanta Medical College.
Collection number: ahc.MSS191f
Scope and Content This collection contains an 1862 letter from James Dunwoody Jones, a 2nd Lieutenant and Drill Master from Georgia, and his reminiscences of the Civil War. The collection also contains documents relating to members of his family; specifically, a memorial to the Reverend John Jones. The collection also contains a hand written speech to the Confederate Veterans; and two 18th century documents belonging to Elizabeth Munro. The documents appear to be a listing of items on an account. The documents...
Collection number: ahc.MSS585f
Scope and Content This folder contains one sheet from a handwritten ledger. The document states the name Judge B. C. Lamdell, the date 1839, and his account with the Sinwa Company.
Collection number: ahc.MSS865
Scope and Content This collection contains a farm record, account books, and daily diaries belonging to various members of the Kell family. The farm record belonging to John McIntosh Kell gives information regarding crops and livestock for the Kell's farm in Sunny Side, Georgia, south of Atlanta, Georgia. The account books show the many different expenses the family had including payment of the servants and purchasing of household goods. The daily diaries were kept by Blanche Monroe Kell (1836-) after Kell's...
Collection number: ahc.MSS205f
Scope and Content This collection contains financial records relating to the Lambert family in Georgia. Included is a mortgage executed in Clayton County from G. H. Harper to J. F. Lambert; receipts for purchase of mules, rents, debts, taxes, and other commodities; a "Pension for Confederate Soldiers" issued to J. F. Lambert; printed sales receipt form by J. M. Johnson, MD for selling rights to "Economizing Soap," in East Point, Georgia. Also included are laminated photocopies of a purchase order for 4500 pounds...
Collection number: ahc.MSS223f
Scope and Content This collection includes letters, medical notes, poems, jokes, advertisements, receipts, and other documents relating to the McClure family in Georgia.
Collection number: ahc.MSS1181
Scope and Content The collection contains deeds to tracts of land in Georgia counties, including Franklin County, Stephens County, Hart County, Elberton County, and Habersham County, as well as business and tax receipts related to the deeds; letters from, and newspaper clippings about, members of the Hemphill family. Several letters, deeds, and receipts belonged to Roe Cephas Hemphill's uncle, Robert A. Hemphill (1829-1908).
Collection number: ahc.MSS258f
Scope and Content This collection contains an 1848 letter from Peter Northen in Richmond, Virginia, to his wife regarding his business trip to Richmond and Philadelphia; and a ledger sheet from Northen's account book in 1856-1857 for household items purchased from Phelps and Seals.
Collection number: ahc.MSS192f
Scope and Content This collection contains letters regarding land grants and tax records for various members of the family of Susan Williams Jones. The papers cover several locations in Georgia including Dallas in Paulding County; Milledgeville in Baldwin County; and Summerville in either Richmond County or Chattooga County. The Summerville papers mention"the wild lands."
Collection number: ahc.MSS165
Scope and Content This collection includes correspondence, business and financial records of Thomas C. Nolan, and estate records for Quince Nolan and Abel Lemon.
Collection number: ahc.MSS275f
Scope and Content This collection contains receipts of Thomas L. Powell reflecting his ownership of property in Atlanta near Ponce de Leon Springs. Also included are his receipts for labor, taxes, and insurance, and a loan note.
Collection number: ahc.MSS926f
Scope and Content This collection contains Thomas T. Travis's record book of his household expenses from 1933 to 1934. There is also a hand-drawn Travis and Edmondson family tree.
Collection number: ahc.MSS224f
Scope and Content This collection contains photocopies of letters, invoices, newspaper clippings and photographs relating to William Asbury McCormack, a wrought-iron worker and assistant editor of the Cherokee Independent in Rome, Georgia.
Collection number: ahc.MSS921
Scope and Content This collection consists of 32 letters and part of a 33rd letter written by Alexander H. Stephens to William "Willie" Henry Fleming. Stephens was serving in the House of Representatives when many of these letters were written, and politics is the topic of many of these letters, such as the nominations of Samuel Jones Tilden and General Ulysses S. Grant, an incident with General Gordon over a nomination, the Texas Pacific Railroad, and his own nomination as Governor of Georgia. The...
- Subject: Finance, Personal -- Georgia X
- Jones family 2
- Stephens, Alexander H. (Alexander Hamilton), 1812-1883 2
- Atlanta Medical College 1
- Bozeman family 1
- Bozeman, James Fort, 1824-1877 1
- Cole family 1
- Cole, William P. 1
- Coryell family 1
- Emory University 1
- Fleming, William Henry 1
- Gordon, John Brown 1
- Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885 1
- Hemphill family 1
- Hemphill, Minnie (Minnie Crow) 1
- Hemphill, Robert A. 1
- Huss, J. Franklin 1
- Jackson family 1
- Jackson, Henry Rootes, 1930-1990 1
- Jones, James Dunwoody 1
- Jones, Susan Williams 1
- Kell family 1
- Kell, Blanche Monroe 1
- Kell, John McIntosh, 1823-1900 1
- Lambert family 1
- Lambert, Susannah 1
- Lamdell, B. C., Judge 1
- Lemon, Abel A. 1
- McClure family 1
- McCormack, William Asbury 1
- McCurry family 1
- Moore, William 1
- Munro, Elizabeth 1
- Nolan, Quince R. 1
- Nolan, Thomas C. 1
- Northen, Peter 1
- Phelps, Charles W. 1
- Powell, Thomas L. 1
- Sheats, Hugh E. 1
- Sinwa Company (Ala.) 1
- Smith, Howard Claude 1
- Texas Pacific Railroad 1
- Tilden, Samuel J. (Samuel Jones), 1814-1886 1
- Travis, Thomas T. 1
- Ware, David 1
- Woodruff family 1
- Woodruff, Berryman Edwards, Jr, 1922- 1 ∧ less