Series 6
Collected materials, 1822-1980
Box 5: folders 5-10 - Box 6; OP 1; BV 2

Scope and Content Note

The series contains a variety of materials that arrived at the library with the Barnsley papers. The materials include clippings about the estate and the family as well as about Americans who settled in Brazil after the Civil War. Also in the series are an 1881 sketch entitled "In the Cloister at Bonn" and inscribed to "my dear Addie"; another sketch dated 1913 and signed by Addie Wright, Jr., of what appears to be the manor house at Woodlands; and several books and a family Bible which once belonged to various members of the Barnsley family.

Arrangement Note

The series is arranged by type of document and then sorted chronologically.

Box Folder Content
5 5 Clippings, 1904-1980 and undated
5 6 Clippings, Brazil, 1965-1972
5 7 "Farewell, O Savannah" copied 1824, with correspondence, Lilla M. Hawes to Bell Wiley, 1956
5 8 Student exercise book, 1850
5 9 Sketches, 1881, 1913, undated
5 10 Miscellaneous, 1864-1922 [contains slave pass, 29 August 1864]
5 11 Miscellaneous, undated
OP1 7 Drawings: Architectural details, etc.
OP1 8 German traveling papers, 1871
OP1 9 Broadside, undated
OP1 10 Maps of South Carolina and Savannah, 1825, 1855
BV2 Family Bible, 1851 [contains some genealogical information]
Books, 1822-1849
6 1 A Guide to the French Language, 1822
6 2 A Vindication of "The Religion of the Land," 1830
6 3 Interesting Narrations in French, 1846
6 4 Dr. Butler's Atlas of Ancient Geography, 1849
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