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Series 12
Jessie Lee Thompson Ballard papers
Box 11 and BV 3

Box Folder Content
11 1 Correspondence, 1901-1940, 18 items. Includes 2 letters (Nov. 29, 1915 and Mar. 5, 1918) to Jessie Thompson Ballard from Will H. Thompson, brother of Maurice
11 2 Clippings of articles by Jessie Thompson Ballard which appeared in the Atlanta Journal and one article about her which appeared in the Tampa (Fla.) Tribune, 7 items Tribune, 7 items
11 3 Business papers and clippings, including the will and an obituary of Jessie Thompson Ballard, an article about her from the St. Petersburg Times, July 2, 1939, a photograph of Jessie as a young woman with an unidentified woman, 12 items
11 4 Miscellaneous clippings, correspondence, and business papers of Jessie Thompson Ballard and other members of her family, approximately 36 items. Biographical info. on Maurice Thompson by Jessie T. Ballard
11 5 Literary mss. of Jessie Thompson Ballard: (1) "The Largest Cigar in the World," 3 p.; (2) "The Witchery of Archery," 8 p.; (3) "Victorian Lady," 6 p. Original story by Jessie T. Ballard? Apparently unfinished; (4) Scrap of paper with "Old Sayings" written on it; also newspaper clipping of poem "Forgiveness" by Walter Blackstock, Jr.
11 6 Newspaper clippings apparently kept by Jessie T. Ballard, 10 items. Articles on various subjects.
11 7 Clippings pertaining to the Ballard family, 21 items
11 8 Additional newspaper clippings having no apparent connection with the Ballard or Thompson families, 4 items.
11 9 Crayon sketches, 16 items. Sketches of flowers, all or most of which were probably made by Alice Lee Thompson.
11 10 A group of miscellaneous cards and clippings, 16 items.
17 11 1 small memorandum book, "Plate St. property store rent. Jessie Ballard."
BV3 A journal kept by Jessie Thompson, Jan. 1, 1889-Dec. 18, 1889.
11 12 Account books of Jessie Thompson Ballard
11 13 Account books of Jessie Thompson Ballard
11 14 Account books of Jessie Thompson Ballard