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Series 5
Mrs. James S. Nichols papers, 1925-1929
Box 16 (folders 16-23)

Biographical Note

Mrs. James S. Nichols, a member of the Atlanta chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy, was involved in a suit opposing the city of Atlanta's intention to donate money to the SMCMA, and was a supporter of Borglum and Venable against the Association.

Scope and Content Note

The Nichols papers consist of correspondence, reprints and public statements, and legal documents related to Venable's controversy with the SMCMA, the public debate between Hollins Randolph and Clark Howell, Borglum's dismissal, and the suit against Atlanta. Correspondents include Preston Stanley Arkwright, Mary Borglum, Lamartine Griffin Hardman, Isaac N. Ragsdale, and Hollins Nicholas Randolph.

Arrangement Note

The materials in this series have been separated by type, and each type is arranged chronologically.

Box Folder Content
16 16 Correspondence, 1927
16 17 Correspondence, 1928-1929; undated
16 18 Public statements, 1928
16 19 Printed material, 1925
16 20 Legal papers, 1925
16 21 Speech by Senator John I. Kelley, 1927
16 22 Clipping, August 26, 1929
16 23 Envelope
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