Aspinwall family collection

Aspinwall family collection

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Library
Creator: Blake, Kathryn A.
Title: Aspinwall family collection
Dates: 1901-1993
Quantity: 1.1 Linear feet 2 document boxes, 1 half box, 1 oversized folder
Coll. Number: ms2813

Biographical/Historical Note

The Aspinwall family came from Liverpool, England, about 1630. The original Aspinwall was Peter Aspinwall, who had eleven children. His eighth son, Joseph, was the one who had descendents who then went to Georgia in the 1800s. Sometime between 1824 and 1830, Elijah Aspinwall and his wife came to Pierce County, Georgia. They had five children, four of whom would marry and have children in the same county.

One such descendent, Kathryn A. Blake, came to the University of Georgia in 1959 as a young assistant professor of special education from Syracuse University. Her research was widely recognized as some of the most important work of its time. Blake became a Distinguished Alumni Professor, head of the Division of Exceptional Children.


Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of genealogies, family trees, pedigrees, newspaper clippings, articles, pictures, and other materials related to the Aspinwall family. These include copies of Peter Aspinwall and his Descendants, by Algernon Aikin Aspinwall, 1901; The Aspinwall and Aspinall Families of Lancashire. A. D. 1189-1923, by Henry Oswald Aspinwall, 1923; and The Aspinwall Story, by Willie Mae Aspinwall Youmans.

There are also two unfinished manuscripts by Dr. Kathryn Blake, a descendant of the family: 1.) The Handbook of Research, Development and Evaluation in Special Education; and 2.) The Law and the Handicapped. There are numerous writings by Dr. Blake in the collection, as well as some other material, such a charts and a poster.


Index Terms

Aspinwall family
Aspinwall family -- Photographs
Bible records.
Genealogy.
Manuscripts (documents)
Pedigrees.
People with disabilities--Legal status, laws, etc.
Special education.
Youmans, Willie Mae Aspinwall -- Aspinwall story

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation note

Aspinwall family collection. ms2813, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

1. Aspinwall Family

BoxFolder
11Genealogy
2Genealogy - Family Bible record of John Mitchell, Sr.
3Biographical information
4Accounts - John Aspinwall, 1859-1860
5Pierce County (Ga.) documents, 1867-1928
6Correspondence, 1897-1996
7World War II material - Andrew Mershon Aspinwall Jr.
8Photographs
9Printed materials
10Writings by Andrew Mershon Apsinwall Jr.
11Writings by Trudie Pridgen Aspinwall
12Writings by Genevieve Aspinwall Shirley
13Writings by Barbara Aspinwall Snowden
14"The Aspinwall Collection - Prospectus"
15Writings - "To my sons William Humphrey Aspinwall and Clarence Aikin Aspinwall" by Algernon Aikin Aspinwall
16Writings - "The Aspinwall and Aspinall families..." by Henry Oswald Aspinall
17Writings - "The descendants of Frank Arnold Aspinwall I" by Betty Ann Aspinwall Titshaw
18"The Aspinwall story" by Willie Mae Aspinwall Youmans
OS Folder
1BGenealogical charts, 1400-2010
 

2. Kathryn Blake

BoxFolder
21Writings - "Educating Exceptional Pupils" by Kathryn A. Blake
2Writings - "Handbook of Research Development, and Evaluation of Special Education" by Kathryn A. Blake
3Writings - "Handbook of Research, Development, and Evaluation of Special Education" by Kathryn A. Blake revisions
BoxFolder
31Writings - "The Law and the Handicapped" by Kathryn A. Blake
2Writings - "Supported employment for persons with developmental disabilities" by Mit Arnold (student of Dr. Kathryn Blake)
OS Folder
1BPedigrees/Genealogical charts for Peter Aspinwall
Campaign poster - "Elect Barbara Aspinwall, Perece County Tobacco Queen"