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Scope and Contents The collection consists of Confederate bank and bond certificates. Companies represented include the Bank of the State of North Carolina (1854), Merchants Bank of South Carolina, Cheraw (1859), Bank of Chester, South Carolina (1855), Commercial Insurance Company (1855), Exchange Bank of Columbia (1859-1862), North Carolina Volunteer Navy Company (1864), Western Plank Road Company (1854), Steamship Rattlesnake (1862), and Joint Stock Confederate Publishing Company (undated). For biographical...
Scope and Contents These files contain the research materials collected by Dr. Davidson for his research in writing The Plantation World Around Davidson. The files contain a vast amount of information on local history including the areas of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, Catawba County, Iredell County, and Gaston County. Information on well-known families of the 19th century in these counties is located here. Most of the files contain newspaper clippings, photographs, and genealogy research on the families of the...
Scope and Contents The collection contains mostly correspondence. The letters written by Col. Martin discuss the University of North Carolina and his professional career. The correspondence from J. W. Scott, William McGuffy, William Dimwiddie, and Asa Gray discuss teaching positions. The Robert L. Dabney, and W. S. Plumer letters refer to religious studies. The letters from Andrew Hepburn discuss Davidson College and the presidency of the College. Written from 1867 to 1869, they are interesting reflection on the...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence (1903-1920) and literary materials (1903-1912). The correspondence includes letters from family and Miss Cornelia Shaw as well as letters written by McDowell. The letters mostly discuss Davidson College history, including the Civil War period. The literary materials are copies of articles written by McDowell on Davidson College.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a letter written to Miss Cornelia Shaw, librarian of Davidson College. The letter gives some family history and describes college life and the faculty in the 1860s. For the typescript of "The Chambers Family of Iredell County" by Henry Chambers, see the Farmville file in Chalmer Davidson's Plantation files (DC058).
Scope and Contents The collection consists of letters written by Greenlee to his family discussing college life and a letter written to Greenlee from Charles Montgomery Payne, 1842-1900 (1863). In addition to the original letters, there are typescripts and a copy of the letter reporting Greenlee's death made by Mary M. Greenlee.
Scope and Contents In addition to the typescript of the diary, there is a brief biography and photocopies of two photographs: one of McMichael in uniform and one of his home near Buena Vista, Georgia. The diary recounts his experiences after capture, describing the conditions in the prisons and in traveling between the prisons. It also includes copies of letters he received while a prisoner and lists of prisoners and the Roll of Company K 12th Georgia regiment.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of 3 letters. Two of the letters were written in 1856 by Fleming to his uncle, J. Harvey Greenlee, and discuss college life. The third letter was written by A. M. Erwin to report Fleming's death. In addition to the manuscript letters, the collection contains typescripts of the letters.
Scope and Contents The collection contains three letters from the Wizard Automobile Company of Charlotte, NC regarding stockholdership, 1920. There isa small pamphlet entitled "Recollections of a six-month trek across the Plains and Mountains from Iowa to Oregon" by Mrs. J.J. Garlington. There is a 1930 souvenir program rom the Sesqui-Centenniel Celebration of the Battle of King's Mountain. There is copy of the October, 1922 "The Mentor" and an official program from the 39th annual reunion of the United...
Scope and Contents The correspondence consists primarily of Blake's letters to the Board of Trustees concerning relations between the college and the Presbyteries. It also includes Blake's letter of resignation in 1884. The notebooks contains descriptions of Davidson College during the Civil War and research notes on energy, the Holtz machine, and astronomy.
Found in: College Archives
- Subject: Civil War X
- Manuscript Collections 19
- College Archives 2
- Shaw, Cornelia Rebekah 3
- Ardrey, William Erskine, 1839-1907. (Class of 1862) 1
- Battle, William H. 1
- Chambers, Henry Alexander, 1841- (1864) 1
- Cool Springs Academy (Croft, NC) 1
- Dabney, Robert Lewis, 1820-1898 1
- Davidson, Adam Brevard, 1808-1896 1
- Davidson, Chalmers Gaston. (Class of 1928) 1
- Dinwiddie, William 1
- Dixon, Karl F. 1
- Ervin, A.M. 1
- Fleming, John Alexander, 1836-1864 (1859) 1
- Gray, Asa, 1810-1868 1
- Greenlee, J. Harvey 1
- Greenlee, James Logan, 1840-1862 (1863) 1
- Hill, Daniel Harvey, 1821-1889 1
- Johnston, R. Z. (Class of 1858) 1
- Johnston, Rufus Dickey. 1
- Lafferty, Robert Hervey, 1812-1864 1
- Martin, E.H. 1
- Martin, Roger 1
- Martin, William Joseph, 1830-1896. 1
- McCoy, Bessie 1
- McDowell, Franklin Brevard, 1849-1927 (1869) 1
- McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1873 1
- McMichael, James Robert ( 1835-1893) 1
- Morrison, Robert Hall, Jr. 1843-1922 (1868) 1
- Morrow, B. F. 1
- Neel, Samuel Reece, 1840-1906 (1863) 1
- Phillips, Charles 1
- Plumer, W.S. 1
- President. Blake 1
- Rhyne family 1
- Robinson, William Wallace, 1835-1901 (1860) 1
- Scott, J.W. 1
- Smith, William Alexander, 1843-1934 (1865) 1
- Stirewalt Family 1
- Student Work 1
- Titcomb, Bettie 1
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1
- Verner, William Henry (1869) 1 ∧ less