Camp and Keeler families papers

Camp and Keeler families papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Camp, George K.
Creator: Camp, Sarah Atwood
Creator: Keeler, George H., 1851-1932
Creator: Keeler, Louise
Creator: Keeler, Milton
Creator: Taft, William H., (William Howard), 1857-1930
Creator: United States. President (1909-1913 : Taft).
Title: Camp and Keeler families papers
Dates: 1817- 1967
Quantity: 10.5 Linear feet (4 cartons, 12 document boxes, 1 half box, 1 oversized box)
Coll. Number: ms3374

Biographical/Historical Note

George King Camp was born in Darien, Georgia in 1851, was educated at the University of Georgia and VMI, and subsequently began the practice of law. He was also an accomplished poet and musician. After an unfortunate marriage, followed by a child's death, he went to San Francisco, accepting a place on the staff of The Examiner. His father, George Hull Camp (and wife and two sisters), also lived in Marietta.

George H. Keeler (1851-1932) was born in Illinois. At first in business in Chicago, he came in 1886 to Georgia as general manager of the newly organized Georgia Marble Company in Tate. He continued in this capacity for 20 years. In 1890, he moved to Marietta. During his career he worked for several companies. He was regarded as one of the most expert and authoritative quarrying engineers in America; he designed and built the first steel derricks ever used for elevating marble. He later was postmaster at Marietta during the Taft administration. Three years after the death of his first wife, he married Sarah Atwood Camp, and the remaider of his life was spent at Tranquilla, the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hull Camp. George King Camp was her brother. The Keeler family traveled widely in Europe and South America.

Descendent of Sir Matthew Hale on father's side and of John Mohr MacIntosh (who settled McIntosh County) on mother's side

His first verses were humorous ones and sent to his mother when he discovered a hole in his sock and had no mother to darn it for him.

" Camp, George King, journalist and poet, was born at Darien, Ga., in 1851, and, on the paternal side, was a descendant of Sir Matthew Hale. From the Univerisity of Georgia he went to the Virginia Military Institure; and, graduating with honors, he began the practice of law. While located in Atlanta, he published a volume of poems entitled 'Whispering Winds,' and, being something of a musician, he set to music, 'The Memorial Window,' by James Barron Hope. After an unfortunate marriage, followed by his child's death he went to San Francisco, accepting a place on the staff of The Examiner and here he published 'Shadows.'" [Edwin Anderson Alderman & Joel Chandler Harris (eds.), Library of Southern Literature 69-70 (New Orleans: Martin & Hoyt Cp., 1910) (1907) (Vol. 15, Biographical Dictionary of Southern Authors, 1929, Lucian Lamar Knight ed.)]

Camp, seventeen years old when he entered the University of Georgia, wrote his poetry, of a humorous nature, for his mother. He spent four years at VMI and graduated with honors.

Here [at VMI] he enjoyed the personal friendship of General Robert E. Lee and Commodore Maury. He studied law in Albany, New York, and practiced for two years in Atlanta....

[Mildred Lewis Rutherford, The South in History and Literature: A Hand-Book of Southern Authors-From the Settlement of Jamestown, 1607, to Living Writings 758 (Athens, Georgia: Franklin-Turner Co., 1907) (1906)]

Poetry

George K. Camp, Whispering Winds (Atlanta, Georgia: Sunny South Steam Publishing House, 1878)

George K. Camp, Shadows (San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Company, 1885)

http://myweb.wvnet.edu/˜jelkins/lp-2001/camp.html


Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of correspondence (from George H. Keeler, Milton and Louise Keeler, et al), diaries, documents, ledgers, journals, scrapbooks, sheet music, broadsides, newspapers, musical manuscripts, postage stamps, postcards, books on local history, photographs and other related printed ephemera spanning dates from 1817 to the 1960s. This material documents the social and business history of two families in Marietta, Georgia; upstate New York; and parts of the Midwest. The documents mostly relate to the families of George King Camp and George H. Keeler; included are an appointment as Postmaster of Marietta (signed by William Howard Taft on June 23, 1910), Cobb County land deeds, Confederate bonds, and receipts. Photographs include a record of Sarah Atwood Camp's travels via steamship; an album (circa 1890) of albumen photographs of Florida, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Martinique, Antiqua, St. Thomas, Puerto Rico, and Cuba; and daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, cartes-de-visite, and tintypes of family members and various buildings and scenes related to the family members.


Arrangement

Arranged by record type into 9 series by family or theme; listed at item level; final series unprocessed.


Index Terms

Albumen prints.
Ambrotypes (photographs)
Antigua--Photographs.
Bonds--Confederate States of America--Specimens.
Books.
Broadsides (notices).
Businessmen--Georgia--Correspondence.
Camp family -- Photographs
Camp, George K.
Camp, George K. -- Correspondence
Camp, Sarah Atwood -- Travel
Cartes-de-visite (card photographs).
Cobb County (Ga.)--History--Sources.
Confederate States of America--Finance.
Correspondence.
Cuba--Photographs.
Daguerreotypes (photographs)
Deeds--Georgia--Cobb County--Specimens.
Deeds.
Diaries.
Documents.
Engineers--Georgia--Correspondence.
Florida--Photographs.
Histories.
Jamaica--Photographs.
Keeler family -- Photographs
Keeler, George H., 1851-1932 -- Correspondence
Keeler, Louise -- Correspondence
Keeler, Milton -- Correspondence
Manuscripts (document genre)
Marietta (Ga.)--Economic conditions.
Martinique--Photographs.
New York (State)--Economic conditions.
Newspapers.
Photographs.
Postage stamps.
Postcards.
Postmasters--Georgia--Marietta--Correspondence.
Postmasters--History--Georgia--Marietta--Sources.
Presidents--United States--Autographs.
Printed ephemera.
Puerto Rico--Photographs.
Real property--Georgia--Cobb County.
Receipts (financial records)
Saint Lucia--Photographs.
Scrapbooks.
Sheet music.
Taft, William H., (William Howard), 1857-1930 -- Autographs
Tintypes (photographic prints)

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Camp and Keeler families papers. MS 3374. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Other Finding Aids note

There is an extensive inventory of Box 1-11 in Box 18.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

Series 1: Camp-Atwood Papers

BoxFolder
11Uttica: George Camp to Elisha Camp, November 25, 1817
1Uttica: George Camp to brother Charles Camp, June 18, 1818
1Uttica: Envelope; writing on back, December 4, 1817
about Grandfather Camp
1Uttica: Sender Unknown to George Camp, July 22, Year Unknown
about colonization of Negroes to Liberia
1Uttica: A. Hitchcock to brother-in-law George Camp, July 3, 1821
1Uttica: John Camp to brother George Camp, July 16, 1822
1Place and Date Unknown Love Sonnet Attributed to "St. Valentine"
1Uttica: John Camp to brother George Camp-blue ink dates April 8,1940, May 30, 1822
1Uttica: A. Hitchcock to brother-in-law George Camp, August 13, 1822
1Uttica: Father Camp to son George Camp, October 20, 1822
2Boston: J. Bacon to George Camp, August 23, 1824
2Uttica: George Camp to wife Elisabeth Camp and sons Talcott, George Hull, and Walter, January 11, Year Unknown
2Edinburgh: J. R. Bond to George Camp, December 23, 1831
2Uttica: A Hitchcock to sister Elisabeth Camp, January 23, 1933
2Marriage contract Ann McIntosh and Henry Atwood ex. James Nephew and Thomas King, 1827
2Uttica: George Hull Camp to brother Talcott Camp, April 8, 1834
2Chershire, CN Date Unknown: Geo Hull Camp (or another Camp son, Talcott or Walter) to an Aunt
2Chershire, CN: Lycess Baldwin to unknown recipient, March 21, 1837
2Place Unknown: Geo Hull Camp and wife Lucretia Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, July 24, 1837
2Uttica: Geo Hull Camp to brother Talcott Camp, August 27, 1837
3Place and Date Unknown: Harriet Camp to Elisabeth Camp
3Sacket's Harbor Date Unknown: Elisabeth Camp to son Walter B. Camp
3Uttica: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp, November 26, 1837
3Place Unknown Date Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp
3Uttica: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp-describing trip, February 9, 1838
3Place Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, September 12, 1838
3Place Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, October 22,1838
3Sacket's Harbor: Elisabeth Camp to son Walter B. Camp, December 25, 1838
3Uttica: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, January 29, 1839
4Uttica: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp, March 31, 1839
4Uttica Date Unknown (Winter): Patrick to Geo Hull Camp
asking mother Elisabeth Camp to send a horse to bring Rev. Spear to Church
4Uttica: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, April 18, 1839
upon return to Utica
4Uttica: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, May 3, 1839
4Sacket's Harbor: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, August 10, 1839
discussing proposed journey East or South
4Place Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, August 12, 1839
agreeing to journey and describing Walter B. Camp's flirtation with girls
4Place Unknown: Elisabeth Camp to husband George Camp, March 18, Year Unknown
giving forgetting instructions while she is away
4Place Unknown May Day Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, 1840
Jacob Eaton inventing lead pencil and glass cutter and meeting Martin Van Buren
4Place Unknown Date Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp
awaiting his brothers' (Walter and Talcott's) arrival
5Charleston Date Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp
upon arrival after his trip
5Roswell Date Unknown: Elliott to Geo Hull Camp
inviting him to birthday party with "us youth"
5Place Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, January 13, 1841
5Place Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp, June 9, 1841
5Uttica: A. Hitchcock to sister Elisabeth Camp, October 14,1841
5Place Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, November 10, 1841
5Note card Place Unknown Date Unknown: Harriett to Aunt Elisabeth Camp
requesting Geo Hull Camp to take a box with him in his luggage
5Roswell? Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Atwood
5Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Cam, August 16,1843
on how much he enjoys Roswell
5Uttica: John Smith to Geo Hull Camp, October 7, 1843
on happenings at home
5Roswell Date Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, November 8, 1843
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp, November 10, 1843
explaining the birth of their first child (a still born) and the amazing survival of his wife-mentions Mrs. Dunwoody and Mrs. King
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, November 30, 1843
update on wife's health, mentions Mrs. King's headaches, says he came to Roswell November, 10 1842
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, February 28,1844
tells Mr. Roswell King's death and his history
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp and Lucretia Camp to father George Camp, April 12,1844
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, April 14, 1844
6Place Unknown Date Unknown: Lucretia Camp to mother-in-law Elisabeth Camp
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, July 10, 1844
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp-concerning business and asking for loan, August 12, 1844
7Uttica: A. Hitchcock to sister Elisabeth Camp, August 15, 1844
7Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp, October 30,1844
discussing business and Mrs. King
7Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp, December 4, 1844
7Place Unknown: Lucretia Camp to brother-in-law Walter B. Camp, December 26, Year Unknown
7Place Unknown (Roswell): Lucretia Camp to mother-in-law Elisabeth Camp, January 16,1845
last known letter from Lucretia Camp she died March 22, 1845
7Uttica: A Hitchcock to sister Elisabeth Camp, July 10, 1845
7Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, July 17, 1845
wife's death
7Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, December 19, 1845
8Manchester: Henry Atwood to daughter Jane Atwood, January 6, 1846
inquires after Miss King
8Southhampton: Mae King to Jane Atwood and Jimmie Atwood, January 19, 1846
on their departure to visit their mother
8Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, February 12, 1846
8Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Mr. Talcott, March 17,1846
8Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, March 25, 1846
8Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, May 27, 1846
on journey to Charleston
8Philadelphia: George Camp to wife Elisabeth Camp, May 30, 1846
after meeting Geo and Talcott Camp
8Niagara Falls: Charles B King to George Camp, July 25, 1846
8Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, July 28, 1846
establishment of a post office
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, August 19, 1846
9New York: Walter B. Camp to parents Elisabeth and George Camp, October 3, 1846 and October 4, 1846
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, October 27, 1846
9Roswell: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Atwood, November 4, 1846
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, January 9, 1847
on sister's Hattie's visit
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, March 19, 1847
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp, March 29, 1847
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, April 13, 1847
with tnp schedule to NY
9New York: All three of the Camp sons (Walter, Talcott, and Geo) to parents Elisabeth and George Camp, April 30, 1847
on their trip
10Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, June 16, 1847
10Place Unknown: J.E. King to either Walter or Talcott Camp, June 28, 1847
10Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, July 8, 1847
distressed over new sister-in-laws decreased health
10Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, August 24, 1847
10Roswell: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Atwood, September 25, 1845
10New York: W. M. King Bill for chair, November 30, 1847
10Sacket's Harbor Date Unknown: Elisabeth Camp to son Walter B. Camp
10Place Unknown: G. Day to Jane Atwood, March 14, 1849
sending scarves and hats
10Uttica: Henry Potter to cousin Walter B. Camp, March 14, 1849
requesting a visit before his wedding at S. Harbor
11Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, November 23, 1847
mentions Hands and Kings
11Roswell: Diary of Julia Hand, January 1-27, 1848
she writes of making clothes for Negroes, school, church, Mr. Camp's visit, and her 16 th birthday. She was smitten with Mr. Camp
11Place Unknown: Geo Smith to Mrs. Atwood, January 28,1848
offering to take company to Macon
11Foult H.: Mae King to Jane Atwood, February 25, 1848 and March 9, 1848
11Americus: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Atwood, April 12, 1848
11New York: Bill for Geo Hull Camp at Frost and Wallace, April 29, 1848
11New York: Walter B. Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, April 25,1848
11Place Unknown: Bill of Geo Hull Camp, May 16, 1848
mentions brother Talcott Camp
11Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter Camp, August 3, 1848
12Woodville: Mae King to Jane Atwood, July 17, 1848
12Marietta: Mae King to Jane Atwood, September 12, 1848
12Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, October 30, 1848
12Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, January 3, 1849
on father's illness
12Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, January 8, 1849
12Irving House: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, May 11, 1849
on journey to NY
12Charleston Hotel: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, May 16, 1849
12Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, May 28, 1849
13Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, June 14, 1849
on Mr. King's inability to visit due to the rapid spread of cholera in New York
13Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, June 25, 1849
13Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, July 19, 1849
13Manchester: Annie Atwood to daughter Jane Atwood, July 25, 1849
13Utica: A Hitchcock to sister Elisabeth Camp, August 16, 1849
13Montreal: Mr. R. King to Geo Hull Camp, September 6, 1849
explaining their visit to Uttica
13Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, September 20, 1849
on King's visit to Uttica
13NY: Geo Hull Camp, September 25,1849
bill for watch
14Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Henry Atwood, November 1, 1849
asking to visit Darien and asking for Jane's hand in marriage
14Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, November 22, 1849
love letter asking a date for him to come in Darien
14Roswell: Jane Atwood to Geo Camp, November 29, 1849
"happy to see you anytime"
14Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, November 28, 1849
speaks of upcoming trip to see Jane as a "particularly fine time" that "don't at all concern you at present"
14Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, December 2, 1849
love note
14Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, December 5, 1849
love note-received her 29 November reply and tells of his expected plans travel
14Uttica: Henry Potter to cousin Geo Hull Camp, December 7, 1849
14Darien: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, December 18, 1849
telling of coming marriage to Jane
14Savannah: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, December 21, 1849
14Macon: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, December 23, 1849
14Darien: Jane Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, December 24,1849
14Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, December 27, 1849
14Place Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Atwood Camp, April 1859
14Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
inviting Mr. and Mrs. Camp to visit
BoxFolder
21Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
1Place Unknown Date Unknown: last half of letter from Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood
1Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, January 3, 1850
love letter and worried about his father's epileptic sickness
1Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, January 10, 1850
marriage and honeymoon plans
1Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, January 17, 1850
1Darien: Jane Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, January 21,1850
1Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, January 28, 1850
1Darien: Jane Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, January 28, 1850
1Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, January 31, 1850
Look Out Mountain Trip
1Darien: Jane Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, February 4, 1850
1Augusta Date Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to brother (Walter or Talcott Camp)
plans during journey
1Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, February 7, 1850
wedding plans
1Darien: Jane Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, February 11, 1850
1Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, February 14, 1850
2Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, February 18, 1850
2Darien: Jane Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, February 18, 1850
2Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, February 21,1850
2Darien; Jane Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, February 25, 1850
2Utica: Henry C. Potter to cousin Geo Hull Camp, February 26, 1850
2Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp Sen., February 28,1850
telling of coming marriage plans to Jane and about getting wedding presents for her
2Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, February 28, 1850
asks her to call him George
2Darien: Jane Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, March 4,1850
2Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, March 7, 1850
2Roswell: Jane Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, March 11, 1850
2Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, March 14,1850
2Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, March 18, 1850
3Darien: Jane Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, March 18, 1850
3Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, March 21, 1850
3Darien: Jane Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, March 25, 1850
3Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to father George Camp, March 28, 1850
3Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Jane Atwood, March 28, 1850
3Marietta: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Atwood, March 31,1850
3Darien: Deed of marriage settlement between Geo Hull Camp and Jane Atwood, April 9, 1850
3Marietta: Sarah A Camp, 1911
note explaining wedding and guests and trip North as dictated by 82 year old mother Jane Atwood Camp
3Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, April 1, 1850
3Darien: Sarah Atwood to sister Jane Atwood Camp, April 12, 1850
on her journey to NY
3New York: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, April 16, 1850
4Marietta: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp, April 29, 1850
4Phoenix Hall: Marion Ellen to Jane Camp, May 29, 1850
4Manchester: Henry Atwood to daughter Jane Camp, June 3, 1850
4Utica: Abby G. D. to cousin Jane Camp, June 5, 1850
4Marietta: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp, June 10, 1850
4Uttica: Abby G.D. to cousin Jane Camp, June 13,1850
4Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, July 7, 1850
4Manchester: Henry Atwood to daughter Jane Camp, July 19, 1850
4Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, August 15, 1850
4Darien: Henry Atwood to daughter Jane Camp, August 23, 1850
4New York: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, October 13, 1850
4Marietta: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp, November 12, 1850
5Roswell: Bill of Talcott Camp, November 30, 1838
5Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
5Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, December 16, 1850
away at Darien
5Utica: Helen P. Warren to cousin Walter B. Camp, December 17, 1850
5Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, December 19, 1850
5Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, December 30, 1850
5Sackets Harbor: Elisabeth Camp to sister, December 27, 1850
5Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, January 2, 1851
5Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elizabeth Camp, January 2, 1851
5Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, January 6, 1851
5Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, January 7, 1851
telling of father George Camp's death on December 22, 1850
5Watertown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, January 11, 1851
father George Camp's death and estate details
5Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
5Place Unknown Date Unknown: Elisabeth Camp to cousin Walter Camp
death of uncle/father George Camp
5Place Unknown: A. Hitchcock to sister Elisabeth Camp, January 12, 1851
5Place Unknown Date Unknown Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, January 13, 1851
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, January 16, 1851
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, January 20, 1851
6Place Unknown Date Unknown: Newspaper obituary for George King Camp
6Roswell; Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, January 23,1851
on receiving the news of his son's birth (George King Camp born on January 10, 1851 in Darien)
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, January 24,1851
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, January 27, 1851
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Talcott Camp, January 27, 1851
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, January 30, 1851
mentions new bowling alley in Marietta
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Mr. Bones and Browns of Augusta, January 30, 1851
alerting them to Walter B. Camp's upcoming visit
6Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to brother-in-law Geo Hull Camp
thanking him for gift of apples
6Darien Date Unknown; envelope addressed to Dunwoody
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, February 3, 1851
6Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, February 6,1851
7Utica: John Camp to brother-in-law Walter B. Camp, February 8, 1851
7Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, February 10, 1851
7Place Unknown Date Unknown: Sender Unknown to Talcott, Lizzy, Elisabeth, and George Camp
7Roswell; Geo Camp to wife Jane Camp, February 13, 1851
7Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, February 17, 1851
7Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Talcott Camp, February 17, 1851
7Place Unknown Date Unknown: Gift for George King Camp's birthday from H. Magile
7Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, February 20, 1851
7Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth, March 19, 1851
son, George King Camp, is named for the first time
7Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother B. Walter Camp, March 20, 1851
8Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, April 7, 1851
8Place Unknown Date Unknown: Mae A. King to Jane Camp
Geo Hull Camp's sore eyes, and wants to join Church when Georgie is baptized
8Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
about Geo Hull Camp's sore eye
8Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to sister-in-law Jane Camp, June 1,1851
8Manchester: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, June 24, 1851
8Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
8Sackets Harbor July Day Unknown, Year Unknown: Elisabeth Camp to son Geo Hull Camp
8Marietta: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp, July 16, 1851
9Roswell: Thomas Edward King to Geo Hull Camp, August 8, 1851
9Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
9Marietta: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp, August 12,1851
9Sackets Harbor August Day Unknown: M.L.P. Camp to Jane Camp, 1851
9Cedar Point: S.A.H. to Jane Camp, August 25, 1851
9Gainesville Hal Co., Sulphur Springs: Jane Camp to mother-in-law Elisabeth Camp, August 31, 1851
update on Geo Hull Camp's eyes
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, September 22, Year Unknown
9Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
9Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
9Sackets Harbor: Walter Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, November 11, 1851
9Manchester: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, November 24, 1851
10Troy, GA: Eli M. Cornell, January 2, 1852
ordering for shirt
10Place Unknown: H. Maggie to Geo Hull Camp, January 9, 1852
ordering magazines
10Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
10Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
10Manchester: Annie Atwood to daughter Jane Camp, February 15, 1852
10Marietta: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp, February 19, 1852
10Sackets Harbor March Day and Year Unknown: Elisabeth Camp to son Geo Camp
10Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
10Uttica: A. Hitchcock to sister Elisabeth Camp, April 8, 1852
10Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, April 8, 1852
10Roswell: Jane Camp to mother Ann McIntosh Atwood, April 29, 1852
10New York City: Walter B. Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, May 10, 1852
10Cumming: William A. Lewis to Geo Hull Camp, May 14, 1852
10Marietta: Jane Camp to husband Geo Hull Camp, May 20, 1852
11Manchester: Sarah A. Atwood to sister Jane Camp, June 3, 1852
11Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, June 8, 1852
11Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, June 1, 1852
11Manchester: Annie Atwood to daughter Jane Camp, June 15,1852
11Chattahoochee: Ian F. Martin to B. King, June 18,1852
11Place Unknown Date Unknown: Fanny P. King to Jane Camp-sticky: " Filed in typed book", August 11, 1852
11Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, August 13, 1852
11Watertown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, September 5, 1852
house floor plans
11Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, September 28, 1852
11Roswell: Envelope to Geo Hull Camp, October 4,1852
11Roswell: Mrs. King to Geo Hull Camp, October 15, 1852
note asking him to take her to Macon
11Roswell: Bill for Mr. and Mrs. King to Geo Hull Camp, October 15, 1852
11Manchester: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 16,1852
12Manchester: Annie McIntosh Atwood to daughter Jane Camp, October 18, 1852
12Manchester: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 23, 1852
12Manchester: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 22, 1852
12Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, November 13,1852
12Place Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp, October 1852 or November 1852
12Place Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp, October 1852 or November 1852
12Manchester: Annie Atwood to daughter Jane Camp, November 15. 1852
12Marietta: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp, November 21, 1852
12Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, November 29, 1852
12Marietta: Andrew J. Hansell to Geo Hull Camp, December 9, 1852
12Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, December 30, 1852
13Sackets Harbor: Elisabeth Camp to daughter-in-law Jane Camp, January 12, 1853
13Place Unknown Date Unknown: Ruth Ann Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp
13Sackets Harbor January Day Unknown: Elisabeth Camp and Walter B. Camp to son and brother Geo Hull amp, 1853
13Darien: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, January 25, 1853
13Place Unknown: Charles A. Dunwoody and John Dunwoody, February 2, 1853
slave document to W. A. Smith
13Darien: Jane Camp to husband Geo Hull Camp, February 3, 1853
13Darien: Jane Camp to husband Geo Hull Camp, February 14, 1853
13Rowell: Slave document R. Hirsch Sold to N. A. Pratt, W. N. King, and Geo Hull Camp, February 14, 1853
13Greensboro: J. Cunningham President, Board of Trustees, G Man. Co. to Geo Hull Camp, March 1, 1853
requesting his, or his attorney's, presence
14Manchester: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, March 3, 1853
14Atlanta: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, March 10, 1853
14Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, March 15, 1853
14Watertown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, March 15,1853
14Place Unknown Date Unknown: Bill on blue paper
14Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, April 21, 1853
his views on slavery
14Sackets Harbor: Walter Bickers Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, May 24, 1853
14Roswell June Day Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, 1853
14Place Unknown Date Unknown: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp
penciled on inside of note
14Rosewell: Thomas Edward King to Geo Hull Camp, June 22, 1853
14New York: Abigal Obear Doolittle to Jane Camp, July 6, 1853
14Place Unknown Date Unknown: Hetty Kelly to Ruth Ann Dunwoody
requesting Ruth Ann to bring a box for her
14Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, July 12, 1853
14Savannah: Rolf A. Seurs to Geo Hull Camp, August 22, 1853
14Manchester: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, August 29, 1853
15New Haven: B. King to Geo Hull Camp, August 30, 1853
15Adairsville: Thomas G. Colston to Geo Hull Camp, September 9, 1853
on the request to employ some servants
15Sackets Harbor: Elisabeth Camp to son Geo Hull Camp, August 29, 1853
15Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, September 22, 1853
15Cedar Point: Sarah Atwood to brother-in-law Geo Hull Camp, September 22, 1853
15Watertown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Camp, September 24, 1853
15Marietta: Thomas Herandroer to Geo Hull Camp, September 27, 1853
15New York: Susie W. to Jane Camp, September 27, 1853
15Place Unknown Month and Day Unknown: Mittie E. Bulloch to Geo Hull Camp, 1853
15Manchester: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 4, 1852
15Manchester; Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 18, 1853
15Savannah: Maring Habersham to Geo Hull Camp, October 24, 1853
requesting the ceasing of legal proceeding and apologizing for unintentional injuries
16Watertown; Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, November 7, 1853
16Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, November 3, 1853
16Roswell: Thomas Edward King to friend Walter B. Camp, November 22, 1853
16Watertown: Talcott to brother Geo Hull Camp, December 2, 1853
16Sackets Harbor: Elisabeth Camp to son Geo Hull Camp, December 11, 1853
16Roswell: bill for Geo Hull Camp, October 11, 1853
16Place Unknown Date Unknown: receipt
16Roswell: Jane Camp to mother-in-law Elisabeth Camp, January 4,1854
mentions Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt and son
16Darien; Jane Camp to husband Geo Hull Camp, January 4, 1854
16Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to sister-in-law Jane Camp, January 15, 1854
16Watertown; Talcott Camp to brother Geo Camp, January 24, 1854
16Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, February 11, 1854
16Watertown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, February 13m 1854
17Uttica: Henry Merrell to Geo Hull Camp, February 16, 1854
17Atlanta: H. Thurmond to Geo Hull Camp, February 25, 1854
17Washington D.C.: Talcott to brother Geo Hull Camp, February 26, 1854
on journey to GA
17Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, March 9, 1854
on Talcott's progress South
17Greensboro: Henry Merrell to brother-in-law Geo Hull Camp, April 5, 1854
17Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, April 8, 1854
17Watertown: Talcott to brother Geo Hull Camp, April 16, 1854
upon returning home
17Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, April 20, 1854
17Darien: Ann McIntosh Atwood to daughter Jane Camp, May 5, 1854
17Place Unknown: Talcott Camp to son Geo Hull Camp, May 16, 1854
17Sackets Harbor: Elisabeth Camp to son Geo Hull Camp, July 17, 1854
17Place Unknown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, July 30, 1854
17Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Talcott Camp's new child, July 31, 1856
on Walter A. (Geo's second son born October 31,1854), and on the new baby Annie Elisabeth, and on Georgie's beginning school
17Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, July 8, 1854
17Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, July 29, 1854
17Watertown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, July 30,1854
18Watertown; Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, August 29, 1854
18Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, September 21, 1854
18Manchester: Annie McIntosh Atwood to daughters Ruth Ann Dunwoody and Jane Camp, October 11, 1854
18Sackets Harbor: Elisabeth Camp to daughter-in-law Jane Camp, October 11, 1854
18Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, October 21, 1854
18Envelope received from Chihauhua, MX
18Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, October 31, 1854
telling of birth of second son (Walter)
18Savannah: Mr. King to Geo Camp, November 8, 1854
18Greensboro: Henry Merrell to brother Geo Hull Camp, November 11, 1854
18Sacket's Harbor: Elisabeth Camp to son Geo Hull Camp, December 2, 1854
18Manchester: Jane Camp to husband Geo Hull Camp, December 19, 1854
18Sacket's Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, December 18, 1854
18Darien: W. M. E. Dunwoody to brother-in-law Geo Hull Camp, December 26, 1854
18Darien: Jane Camp to husband Geo Hull Camp, December 28, 1854
18Darien: Jane Camp to husband Geo Hull Camp, January 12, 1855
19Manchester: Jane Camp to husband Geo Hull Camp, January 16, 1855
19Watertown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, January 18, 1855
19Savannah: F. Milnof to Geo Hull Camp, January 20, 1855
on arrival of a silver spoon
19Darien: Jane Camp to husband Geo Hull Camp, January 27, 1855
19Place Unknown Date Unknown: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, 1850's
19Philadelphia; William West to Geo Hull Camp, February 14, 1855
business
19Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, February 22, 1855
19Sacket's Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, March 9, 1855
19Greensboro: Henry Merrell to brother-in-law Geo Hull Camp, April 26, 1855
19Huntsville, AL: Thomas Edward King to Geo Hull Camp, May 1,1855
19Manchester: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, May 8, 1855
19Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, May 22, 1855
on Sarah Atwood's expected visit
19Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, May 26, 1855
confirming Sarah Atwood's expected visit
19Sacket's Harbor: Walter B. Camp to sister-in-law Jane Camp, May 29, 1855
19Sacket's Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, June 15, 1855
19Watertown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, June 20, 1855
19Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, June 30, 1855
20Brig Lion: R. A. Dunwoody to sister Jane Camp, July 16, 1855
20Place Unknown Date Unknown: Millie Dunwoody to Aunt Jane Camp
20Watertown: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, August 9, 1855
20Roswell: Thomas Edward King to Geo Hull Camp, September 5, 1855
20Hotchkissville: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, October 1, 1855
20Manchester: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 2, 1855
20Roswell: Thomas Edward King to Geo Hull Camp, October 11, 1855
20Sackets Harbor: Unknown Sender and Receiver, November 16, 1855
20Envelope addressed April 3 to Jane Camp from Darien
20New York: receipt to Geo Hull Camp from Samuel Dorker, November 12, 1855
20New York: receipt from Samuel Dorker to Geo Hull Camp, December 15, 1855
20Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to wife Jane Camp, December 23, 1855
20Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, December 25, 1855
20Place and Date Unknown: Mittie Bulloch's letter-copied by Sally Camp
20Place and Date Unknown: copied by Sally Camp
About Mittie Bulloch's wedding to Roosevelt
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31Washington City: William Crosby Dawson to Geo Hull Camp, January 13, 1856
1Atlanta: McArthur and Burr to Geo Hull Camp, January 30, 1856
1Philadelphia: Hilborne West Attorney to Geo Hull Camp-William, a carpenter, property of Susan West to Jane Atwood, February 7, 1856
sale of slave
1Darien: Philander Pease to Geo Hull Camp, February 10, 1856
1Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, February 22, 1856
1Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, March 11, 1856
1Augusta: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, March 12, 1856
1Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Talcott Camp, April 1,1856
2Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, April 10, 1856
2Savannah: Sender unknown bill for Geo Hull Camp, April 10, 1856
2Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, April 24, 1856
2Watertown: Talcott Camp to bro Geo Hull Camp, April 28,1856
2Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to Geo Hull Camp, April 29, 1856
receipt for $70
2Sackets Harbor: Talcott Hale Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, May 23, 1856
2Watertown: Talcott Hale Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, May 24, 1856
2Darien Date Unknown Octavius Caesar Hopkins to Ruth Ann Dunwoody
2Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, May 27, 1856
on birth of first girl Annie Elisabeth May 24, 1856
2Watertown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, June 4, 1856
2Watertown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, June 5, 1856
birth of Talcott's girl
3Kingston: Matilda Rees Goulding to Geo Hull Camp, June 12,1856
on selling Terah, a slave
3Roswell: Thomas E. King to Geo Hull Camp (in Greensboro), June 14, 1856
3Darien: Sarah Atwood to sister Jane Camp, June 16, 1856
3Marietta: Letter where, July 3, 1856
Geo names the baby
3Moufreesboro, Ark: Henry Merrell to brother-in-law Geo Hull Camp, July 24, 1856
3Darien: Philander Pitkin Pease, August 7, 1856
3Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, August 12, 1856
3Manchester: Ann McIntosh Atwood to daughter Jane Camp, September 8, 1856
3Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, September 17, 1856
3Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 3, 1856
3Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, October 5, 1856
3Mousfreesboro, Ark: Henry Merrell to brother-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 6, 1856
3Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 7, 1856
3Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 29, 1856
4Atlanta: A. Brady to Geo Hull Camp, November 6, 1856
4Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, November 8, 1856
4Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, November 10, 1856
4Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, November 13, 1856
4Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, November 18, 1856
4Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, December 18,1856
4Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, December 23, 1856
4Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, December 25, 1856
4Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp Curtright January 26, 1857: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, December 29, 1856
4Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, January 26, 1857
4Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, January 29, 1857
5Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, January 29, 1857
5Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to Mr. Charles Campbell of Macon, January 31, 1857
5Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, February 4, 1857
5Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, February 7, 1857
5Curtright: Curtright Manufacturing Co, Deed, February 10, 1857
5Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, February 13, 1857
5Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, February 14, 1857
5Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, February 16, 1857
5Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, February 20, 1857
5Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, February 21, 1857
5Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, March 4, 1857
6Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, March 10, 1857
6Roswell: Dr. Charles A. Geiger to sister-in-law Jane Camp, March 14, 1857
6Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, April 13, 1857
6Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, April 15, 1857
6Roswell: Jane Camp to mother-in-law Elisabeth Camp, March 17, 1857
6Iowa Buffalo Creek: Thomas Edward King to Geo Hull Camp, April 21, 1857
6Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, April 27, 1857
6Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, April 28, 1857
6Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, April 30, 1857
6Chattanooga: A. C. Can Epps to Geo Hull Camp, May 2, 1857
6Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, May 5, 1857
7Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, May 7, 1857
7Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, May 8, 1857
7Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, May 9, 1857
7Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, May 11, 1857
7Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, May 16, 1857
7Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, May 16, 1857
7Dubuque, Iowa: Thomas Edward King to Geo Hull Camp, May 25, 1857
7Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, June 8, 1857
7Sioux City, Iowa: Thomas Edward King to Geo Hull Camp, June 6, 1857
7Manchester: Ann McIntosh Atwood and Sarah Camp to daughter and sister Jane Camp, June 12, 1857
7Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, June 19, 1857
8Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, June 22, 1857
8Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, June 27, 1857
8Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-n-law Geo Hull Camp, June 21, 1857
8Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, July 2, 1857
8Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, July 11, 1857
pencil description on back by Sarah Atwood
8Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, July 16, 1857
8Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, July 20, 1857
8Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, July 24, 1857
8Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, July 27, 1857
8Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, August 3, 1857
9Curtright: Henry Atwood to son-in-law Geo Hull Camp, August 5, 1857
9Catskill Mountain House: Talcott Hale Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, August 23, 1857
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, February 27, 1858
9Darien: Jane Camp to husband Geo Hull Camp, March 8, 1858
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, April 13, 1858
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, September 28, 1858
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, February 17,1859
9New York: Talcott Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, February 18, 1859
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, March 10, 1859
9Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, March 19, 1859
9Roswell: Fred Camp to grandmother Elisabeth Camp, March 29, 1859
10Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to mother Elisabeth Camp, April 16, 1859
10New York: H. M. Tomes to Walter B. Camp, April 18, 1859
10Roswell: Clark A. Atwood sister to Jane Camp, May 26,1859
10Sackets Harbor: Elisabeth Camp to daughter-in-law Jane Camp, April 24, 1859
10Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Talcott Camp, June 30, 1859
10Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Talcott Camp, July 5, 1859
10Brasher Falls: Jerusha W. Butterfield to Elisabeth Camp, September 9, 1859
10Place Unknown Date Unknown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp
10Roswell Geo Hull Camp to brother Talcott Camp, October 22, 1859
11Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, February 16, 1860
11Place Unknown Date Unknown; sheet music
11Watertown: Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, January 21, 1861
11Sackets Harbor: Division of Personal assets Estates, March 1861
11Walthourville: Jacob Rokenbaugh to Henry Atwood, November 21, 1863
11Augusta: G. W. Cunningham to Geo Hull Camp and Mr. Barrington King, August 31, 1864
about Confederate bonds
11Marietta: A. J. Hansel deed to Tranquilla, December 7, 1864
11Savannah: Barrington King to Geo Hull Camp, December 16, 1864
12Roswell: Daddy Prince letter envelope (letter missing), December 24, 1864
12Greensboro: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, August 4, 1865
12Curtright: Geo Hull Camp to L. B. Davis in Augusta, December 8, 1865
12Geo King Camp's journal, 1866-1867
12Augusta: L. B. Davis to Geo Hull Camp, March 21, 1866
12Augusta: L. B. Davis to Geo Hull Camp, March 23, 1866
12Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to Edwin D. Morgan, June 13, 1866
(senator of NY)-requesting Geo Hull Camp's pardon
12Savannah: Charles B. King to Geo Hull Camp, June 26, 1866
requesting Geo to stay as President of Roswell Mills
13Washington: Louis R. McLain to Edwin D. Morgan, June 27, 1866
(senator of NY)-pardon for Geo Hull Camp has been sent to President Andrew Johnson
13Watertown; Talcott Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, July 3, 1866
13Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, July 12, 1866
13Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, July 14,1866
13Place Unknown Date Unknown Date Unknown: Stockholders of Roswell Manufacturing Company to Geo Hull Camp, (late 1866) (early 1867)
requesting his position as president
13Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, September 22, 1866
13Roswell: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, February 8, 1866
13Roswell: L Roswell Mfg Co. to Geo Hull Camp, October 31, 1866
requesting him to withdraw his resignation as president
13First stockholders letter
13Savannah: Charles B. King to Geo Hull Camp, September 26, 1867
13Curtright: Geo Hull Camp to brother Walter B. Camp, October 6, 1867
14Roswell: James Alfred Atwood to brother-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 29, 1867
proxy given to Geo Hull Camp to vote at all elections of stockholders etc. of Roswell Manufacturing Co.
14Greensboro: Geo Hull Camp to T. C. Fargo, December 27, 1867
death by drowning of 9 year old William Henry December 14, 1867
14Augusta: Barnes and Cumming Attorneys for W. H. Goodnick, November 5, 1867
Charles B. King received Geo Hull Camp's payment for debt
14Atlanta: insured house and items in Greensboro, March 12, 1869
14Marietta: Andrew J. Hansel judge Noel B. Knight, July 14, 1869
deed to Tranquilla, given to Roswell Manufacturing Co.
14Watertown: Talcott Hale Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, December 30, 1869
14Savannah: Geo Hull Camp to Fulton County supreme court, August 1869
petitioning Barrington King's estate
14Roswell: Geo Hull Camp and attorney L. B. Davis to Fulton county supreme court, September 15, 1870
trusting deed to Jane Camp
15Northern District of GA: Bankruptcy note of Lucien B. Davis, July 1870
15Atlanta Year Unknown: envelope addressed to Geo Hull Camp in Marietta, February 23, Year Unknown
15Union Point: telegraph to and from Geo Hull Camp, June 3, 1870s
15Atlanta: Deed to Tranquilla between A. J. Hansel and Geo Hull Camp, June 23, 1873
15Marietta: Survey of land north of Marietta for Geo Hull Camp and Mr. Washburn by J. R. Ward, June 11, 1873
15Fulton Co: Henry Atwood's will and testament, October 10, 1873
15Cobb Co.: Deed for Geo Hull Camp, March 21, 1875
15Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to Col J. R. Wallace, June 1875
15Marietta: W. H. Atwood to Geo Hull Camp, October 27, 1873
paying inheritance
16Marietta: love note William N. King to cousin Sarah Atwood Camp (Sallie), 1877
16Marietta; William N. King to cousin Sallie Camp, March 1, 1877
goodbye on being refused
16Atlanta: envelope from H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp in Marietta, November 21, 1877
16Atlanta: Geo King Camp to father Geo Hull Camp, May 9, 1877
16Atlanta John R. Wallace to Geo Hull Camp, November 12, 1874
16Tranquilla: envelope from William N. King to Sallie Camp, 1877
16Marietta: Warrantor title given to C. A. Dunwoody, March 22, 1883
16Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to H. I. Kimbal, November 17, 1877
16l Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to H. I. Kimball, November 20, 1877
16Marietta: Deed to William M. Hardman, December 10, 1886
16Marietta: ZEROX (no real copy) Sallie and Hattie Camp's autographs in Carrie Whitlock's autograph book, February 16, 1878
17Atlanta: Cartersville Advertisement through Richard Field's family, December 22, 1879
other side "Annie and Willie's prayer"
17Tranquilla: "Angel's Abode" Sheet music of Sallie Camp-XEROX (no real copy), December 20, 1879
17Tranquilla: Wedding announcement for Sarah Atwood Camp and Charles William Warwick, December 6,1879
17Darien: J. A. Atwood to brother-in-law Geo Hull Camp, March 11, 1880
17Marietta: James M. Drake to Charles A. Dunwoody, September 15, 1880
17Note on back of name card: "medal given to Geo King Camp at Virginia University ad for Blackshear Manufacturing Co."
17Atlanta: Alex G. King to Geo Hull Camp, October 26, 1880
Geo King Camp's poems attached-XEROX (no real copy)
17Edgewood: Geo King Camp to father Geo Hull Camp, December 12, 1880
wife and baby abandoned him for Mr. Nutting
18Marietta: Warrantor titles to Mrs. C. M. Davis, June 7, 1881
18Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to J. M. McIfer, June 5, 1883
18Hays Station, Savannah: J. E. Lestrod to Geo Hull Camp, June 5, 1883
18Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to unknown receiver, June 13, 1883
Barrington King's estate
18Marshallville: Marie R Townsend to Geo Hull Camp, June 22, 1883
18Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to Marie R. Townsend, June 25, 1883
18Marshallville: Marie R. Townsend to Geo Hull Camp, June 29, 1883
18Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to Marie R. Townsend, June 30, 1883
18Atlanta: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, July 23, 1883
18Sciad: Geo King Camp to mother Jane Camp, July 31, 1884
19Marietta: Envelope from Presbyterian Church, November 16, 1884
weekly offering for Mexico
19Sciad: Geo King Camp to father Geo Hull Camp, March 28, 1885
19Place Unknown Date Unknown: Talcott Van Santvoord to cousin Sallie Camp
19East Saginaw, Michigan: Henry Camp Potter to cousin Geo Hull Camp, June 8, 1885
19Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to Charles A. Dunwoody, July 15, 1885
19Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, July 16, 1886
19Atlanta: Bill for Geo Hull Camp for G. W. Adain, November 9, 1885
19Marietta: J. B. Dunwoody to Geo Hull Camp, April 22, 1886
20Marietta: Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. Receipt for Geo Hull Camp, January 1, 1887
20Passport Forms and regulations, 1888
20Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, June 13, 1888
20Tranquilla Year Unknown: Marriage announcement for Harriott Hale Camp (Hattie) and John Thomas Brantley, July 15
20Atlanta: Papers confirming appointment of Geo Hull Camp as trustee for Jane Camp, November 26, 1890
20American Engineer Magazine, January 1893
21Rockbridge Co., VA: Copy of Charles Warwick's letter to Sallie Camp XEROX (3 pages), 1893
21Rockbridge: Charles Warwick's letter to Mr. Frazier XEROX (3 pages), November 12, 1893
21Rockbridge: Charles Warwick's letter sister Lilla XEROX (1 page), November 12, 1893
21Envelope for Miss Sallie XEROX (1 page)
21Envelope of Mr. Warwick's letters and picture of Charles Warwick at Virginia Military Institute sent to Sallie Camp XEROX
21Picture of Charles Warwick and Sallie Camp and picture of Charles Warwick sent from Baltimore XEROX
21Picture of Warwick sent from Mexico XEROX
22Tranquilla: announcement fro Sarah Atwood Camp and Charles Warwick's wedding, December 6, 1893
set for December 6, 1893
22Place Unknown Date Unknown: Oscar B. Keeler to Miss Sallie Camp
on reading Warwick's letter
22Marietta: Presbyterian Church Weekly Offerings, 1890
22Cedar Point: Aunt Lula to Hattie Camp ZEROX, March 23, 1894
22Cedar Point: Lula to sister Jane Camp, April 16, 1894
22Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field, September 18, 1895
acknowledged of ownership over Kansas City prospects and tax receipts
22Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to daughter Hattie Camp Brantley, March 17, 1897
22Marietta: Will of Jane Camp, March 29, 1897
22Marietta: Will of Jane Camp, March 29, 1897
23Marietta: Sender Unknown to Hattie Camp, April 4, 1897
23Tranquilla: Sender Unknown to Hattie Camp, March 1, 1897
23Chicago: Saunders to Geo Hull Camp, May 3, 1897
23Saginaw, Michigan: Henry Camp Potter to cousin Geo Hull Camp, December 18, 1897
23Utica newspaper article
commemorating double golden wedding anniversary of H. C.
23Potter and Sarah A. Farwell-Dr. M. M. Bragg to Maria R. Farwell
both girls are daughter of Samuel Farwell
23Marietta: Presbyterian Church weekly offerings, December 10, 1899
23Greensboro: Ann McIntosh Atwood's will signed by grandchildren, January 1898
23Kansas City, MO: insurance policy bought by Annie Camp Field, September 19, 1898
23Place Unknown Date Unknown: Account book-mentions W. M. Root, J. M. Brown, and Howell Golf
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41Howell Cottage Quogue, NY: Henry Camp Potter to cousin Geo Hull Camp, July 12, 1899
1Picture of Mrs. U. S. Grant visiting Sackets Harbor from newspaper
1New York City, NY: Van Santvoord to cousin Geo Hull Camp, April 21, 1901
1Sackets Harbor: Uncle Walter B. Camp to niece Sallie Camp, November 26, 1901
1Kansas City, MO: Richard Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, January 1, 1900
1Place Unknown: Annie Camp to sister Sarah Camp, March 1902
1Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, April 17, 1902
1Atlanta Constitution: reformed Church article, October 16, 1902
2Kenilworth, NC: Nellie Farwell to Sarah A. Camp, September 9, 1903
2Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to daughter Hattie Camp Brantley, April 20, 1903
2Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, December 15, 1903
2Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, January 7, 1905
2Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to a cousin-birth of Geo Henry Keeler II, January 31, 1905
2Marietta: Dobbs Hardware Co. to Geo Hull Camp, June 3, 1905
installation of hot-water boiler and radiator
2Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, October 18, 1905
2Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to brother Geo Hull Camp, November 30, 1905
3Marietta: Jane Camp to brother-in-law Walter B. Camp ZEROX, November 22, 1906
3Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to father Geo Hull Camp, May 13, 1906
3Norwich, CN: Harriet B. Camp to Aunt Jane Camp, October 14, 1906
3Marietta: Jane Camp to brother-in-law Walter B. Camp, November 22, 1906
3Marietta: Sender unknown to Richard Field, April 6, 1907
3Boston: tour booklet belonging to S. S. Camp, U. C. Field, and Sarah A. Camp, June 29, 1907
3Paris: Spaulding and Co. Jewelers Card of Sarah Camp, August 1907
3Two Obituaries and a poem dedicated (Springfield, MO) to the death of Geo Hull Camp, August 26, 1907
4Place Unknown: obituaries and poem sent from Era Baker called "Beyond", 1907
4Atlanta: Obits and newspaper articles, August 1907
about Geo Hull Camp's death in memoriam
4Atlanta: Forrest and George Adair to Geo Hull Camp, December 6, 1906
congratulations on his 89 th birthday
4New York: envelope addressed to Jane Camp, August 27, 1907
4Marietta: Geo Hull Camp's bankbook, August 13, 1907
4Marietta: Receipt from First National Bank of Marietta to Annie Field, July 1, 1907
4Marietta: Annie Camp to sister Sarah Camp, September 12, 1907
4Marietta: Annie Camp Field to Eben P. Olcott, September 12, 1907
break the news of Geo Hull Camp's death to his daughter Sallie Camp
5Springfield: Walter A. Camp to sister Sarah Camp, October 7, 1907
5Paris: Spaulding Co to Sarah Camp-bill, October 10, 1907
5Marietta: Annie Camp Field to sister Sarah Camp, October 27, 1907
5Marietta: Sarah Camp to sister Annie Camp Field, November 10, 1907
5Blackshear: John Brantley to sister-in-law Sallie Camp, November 28, 1907
5Springfield: Walter A. Camp to sister Sarah Camp, December 24,1907
5Blackshear: John Brantley to mother-in-law Jane Camp, January 18, 1908
5Marietta: Jane Camp to son-in-law Richard Field, February 17, 1908
6Kansas City, MO: Richard Field to mother-in-law Jane Camp, February 20, 1908
6Kansas City, MO: Richard Field to mother-in-law Jane Camp, February 21, 1908
6Roswell: J. B. T./ E. T. to S. Y. Stribling, July 11, 1908
(president of Roswell Manufacturing Co.)
6Kansas City, MO: Jane Camp to son-in-law Richard Field, February 24, 1908
6Marietta: Jane Camp to son Walter A. Camp, December 14, 1908
6Washington: Jane Camp to Fairmont Seminary, February 5, 1908
6Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to mother-in-law Jane Camp-envelope, Febraury 28, 1908
6Kansas City, MO: Richard Field to mother-in-law Jane Camp, February 21, 1908
6Blackshear, GA: John Brantley to sister-in-law Sarah A. Camp, February 26, 1908
7Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to sister Sarah Camp, March 9,1908
7Marietta Date Unknown: Jane Camp to daughter Annie Camp Field
7Marietta: Jane Camp to son Walter A. Camp, March 18,1908
7Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, March 12, 1908
7Marietta: Jane Camp to son Walter A. Camp, March 16, 1908
7Marietta: Jane Camp to son-in-law Richard Field, March 18, 1908
7Kansas City, MO: Richard Field to mother-in-law Jane Camp, March 18,1908
7Marietta Date Unknown: Jane Camp to receiver unknown
8Blackshear: John Brantley to mother-in-law Jane Camp, March 8, 1908
8Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, March 1908
8Place Unknown: Sender unknown to Jane Camp, March 1908
8Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, March 28, 1908
8Watertown: Walter H. Camp to Aunt Jane Camp, April 9, 1908
8Springfield, MO; Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, May 21, 1908
8Marietta; Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Annie Camp Field, May 19, 1908
8Blackshear, May 30, 1908
about exchange of Geo Hull Camp's grave by Episcopal Church Cemetery
9Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, June 2, 1908
9Marietta: Jane Camp to daughter Annie Camp Field, 1908
9Place Unknown: Sender unknown to Jane Camp, June 20, 1908
9Kansas City, MO: Richard Field to brother-in-law John Brantley, June 12, 1908
9Marietta: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, June 22, 1908
9Blackshear: John Brantley to brother-in-law Richard Field, July 9, 1908
9Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to sister Sarah Camp, July 15,1908
9Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to sister Sarah Camp, July 1908
9Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, August 7, 1908
10Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, August 10, 1908
10Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, August 20, 1908
10Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, December 17, 1908
10Marietta: Jane Camp to daughter Hattie Camp Brantley, December 20, 1908
10Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to sister Hattie Camp Brantley, December 1908
10Marietta: Jane Camp's will-leaves Tranquilla to Sarah, December 19, 1908
10Blackshear: John Brantley to sister-in-law Sarah Camp, February 12, 1909
10Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, October 5, 1908
10Blackshear: John Brantley to sister-in-law Sarah Camp, May 15, 1909
11Kansas City, MO: Richard Field to wife Annie Camp, June 18, 1909
11Blackshear; John Brantley to mother-in-law Jane Camp, June 19,1909
11Roswell: Announcing stockholders meetings by president S. Y. Stribling, July 10, 1909
11Blackshear Date Unknown: John Brantley to receiver unknown
11Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, August 13, 1909
11Kansas City: D. W. Blair to John Brantley, September 8, 1909
11Marietta: Jane Camp to daughter Annie Camp Field, September 11, 1909
11Kansas City: Richard Field to D. W. Blair, September 16,1909
12Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to sister Sallie Camp, September 21, 1909
12Original contract, October 1,1907
12Appeal to contract, September 1, 1909
12Response from defendant, Richard H. Field, October 1909
12Original contract voided, November 1,1909
12Watertown: Walter H. Camp to Aunt Jane Camp, October 3, 1909
12Watertown: Newspaper clipping of Dorothy Camp (Walter H.'s daughter), September 22, 1909
selected for the Honor at Hudson Celebration
12Blackshear Date Unknown: John Brantley to mother-in-law Jane Camp
12Marietta: W. W. McCulloch to Jane Camp, October 6, 1909
12Kansas City: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, October 20, 1908
12Kansas City: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, October 13, 1909
12Marietta: Jane Camp to daughter Annie Camp Field, October 21, 1909
13Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to sister Sarah Camp, October 26, 1909
13Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, October 26, 1909
13Marietta: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, November 1, 1909
13Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to sister-in-law Jane Camp, November 2, 1909
13Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, November 4, 1909
13Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to sister Sarah Camp, November 13, 1909
13Marietta: Sarah Camp to sister Annie Camp Field, November 10,1909
13Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to sister Sarah Camp, November 22, 1909
14Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to sister Hattie Camp Brantley, November 22, 1909
14Marietta: Jane Camp to daughter Annie Camp Field, December 9, 1909
14Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to mother-in-law Jane Camp, December 14, 1909
14Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, December 14, 1909
14Blackshear: Hattie Camp Brantley to sister Sarah Camp, December 21, 1909
14Marietta: Receipt from Jane Camp to son-in-law Richard H. Field, December 20, 1909
14Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, December 23, 1909
14Blackshear: John Brantley to mother-in-law Jane Camp and sister-in-law Sarah Camp, December 24, 1909
14Poems from newspaper: "Four Leaf Clover" and "A Friendly Little Valley"
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51Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to Jane Camp, January 3, 1910
1Kansas City, MO: Annie Field to D. W. Blair (copy to Sarah Camp), January 8, 1901
1Watertown, NY: Walter H. Camp to cousin John Brantley, January 10, 1910
1Marietta: Jane Camp to nephew Walter H. Camp, February 4, 1910
1Blackshear: Bill for flowers for John Brantley sent to cousin Walter H. Camp, February 16, 1910
1Blackshear: John Brantley to cousin Walter H. Camp, February 21, 1910
1Date Unknown Place Unknown, note enclosed in letter to Hattie Camp Brantley
1Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, March 21, 1910
1Appleton, WI: Judson G. Rosebush to Sarah Camp, March 22, 1910
2Kansas City, MO Date Unknown: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp
2Key Biscayne, FL: Sarah Camp Keeler to brother-in-law John Brantley, March 16, 1910
2Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, May 6, 1910
2Blackshear: John Brantley to J.B. Glover, June 13, 1910
2Kansas City, MO: R. H. Field to brother-in-law John Brantley, July 7, 1910
2Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, July 17, 1910
2Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, July 18,1910
2Kansas City, MO Date Unknown: Annie Camp Field to sister Sarah Atwood Camp
3Kansas City, MO Date Unknown: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp
3Marietta: Jane Camp to daughter Annie Camp Field, August 8, 1910
3Blackshear: John Brantley to sister-in-law Sarah Camp Copy of plan of settlement, August 9, 1910
3Marietta: Sallie Camp to sister Annie Camp, August 29, 1910
3Blackshear: John Brantley to mother-in-law Jane Camp, August 13, 1910
3Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, September 5, 1910
3Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, September 9, 1910
3Twilight Park, NY: Sallie Camp to sister Hattie Camp Brantley, September 5, 1910
4Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, September 20, 1910
4Marietta: Jane Camp to daughter Annie Camp Field, September 22, 1910
4Marietta: Sarah Camp to John Brantley, September 1910
4Marietta: Jane Camp to Edna Field, October 3, 1910
4Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, October 8,1910
4Kansas City, MO: Annie Field to mother Jane Camp, October 9, 1910
4Marietta: Jane Camp to daughter Annie Field, October 12, 1910
4Note-Sarah Camp to sister Annie Camp Field
5Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, October 19, 1910
5Envelope to-goes with letter from Annie to Jane Folder 4, Item 6, October 9, 1910
5Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, November 5, 1910
5Marietta: Jane Camp to daughter Annie Field, November 15, 1910
5Watertown, NY: Walter H. Camp to cousin John Brantley, November 11, 1910
5Sackets Harbor, NY; Walter B. Camp to sister-in-law Jane Camp, November 20, 1910
5Kansas City, MO: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, November 22, 1910
5Marietta, GA: Sarah Camp to brother-in-law John Brantley, November 23, 1910
6Blackshear, GA; John Brantley to D. W. Blair, November 24, 1910
6Blackshear, GA: John Brantley to sister-in-law Sarah Camp, November 24, 1910
6Note from Granddaughter to Jane Camp
6Roswell, NM: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, November 28, 1910
6Marietta, GA: Jane Camp to daughter Annie Camp Field, November 28, 1910
6Letter, from Annie Camp Field
6New York, NY: Walter H. Camp to Aunt Jane Camp, November 29,1910
6Marietta, GA: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, December 10, 1910
6Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, December 10,1910
6Roswell, NM: Annie Camp Field to mother Jane Camp, December 30, 1910
7Marietta, GA: Newspaper Clipping: Poem for Jane Camp in memonam Pauline Francis Campr, June 30, 1911
7Marietta, GA: Newspaper Clipping: House Party at Tranquilla, December 22, 1910
7Springfield, MO Newspaper Clippings: Poems (3) by Pauline Francis Camp
7Blackshear, GA: John Brantley to sister-in-law Annie Camp Field, January 15,1911
7Roswell, NM: Annie Camp Field to sister Hattie Camp Brantley, December 30, 1910
7New York, NY: Charles Van Santvoord obituary, 2 Poems out of newspaper, July 8, 1911
7Worchester, Massachusetts: New England Anchor Fence Co-Jane Camp
7Washington, D.C.: W. C. Brantley to brother John Brantley, January 23, 1911
7Blackshear; John Brantley to sister-in-law Sarah Camp, January 26, 1911
8Roswell, New Mexico: Annie Field to mother Jane Camp, January 23, 1911
8Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to mother Jane Camp, January 25,1911
8Roswell, New Mexico: Annie Field to mother Jane Camp, February 11, 1911
8Roswell, New Mexico: Annie Field to mother Jane Camp, February 8, 1911
8Roswell, New Mexico: Annie Field to mother Jane Camp, May 2, 1911
8Marietta, GA: Jane Camp to daughter Annie Field, 1911
8Crescent, GA: Sender Unknown to Sarah Camp, May 27, 1911
8Kansas City, MO: Annie Field to mother Jane Camp, June 3,1911
8Kansas City, MO: Annie Field to sister Hattie Camp Brantley, June 21, 1911
9Copy of "In Memoriam" poem by Pauline F. Camp
which appeared at time of Jane Camp's death in newspaper
9Case against Sarah Camp, John Brantley, and Hattie Brantley by plaintiffs Annie and Richard Field-Probate of will
9Diary of Sarah Atwood Camp
9Obits from death of Jane Camp, June 30, 1911
9Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to niece Sarah Atwood Camp, July 1, 1911
9Kansas City, MO; Annie Field to sisters Sarah Atwood Camp and Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, July 5, 1911
9Kansas City, MO: Edna Field to Sarah Atwood Camp, July 11,1911
9"Little Glass Houses" by Pauline Francis Camp in Christian Observer, June 14, 1911
10Marietta: Will of Jane Camp, July 3, 1911
10Kansas City, MO: Annie Field to sister Sarah Atwood Camp, July 6,1911
10Blackshear, GA: Hattie Hale Camp Brantley to sister Sarah Atwood Camp, July 22, 1911
10Kansas City. MO: Annie Field to sister Sarah Atwood Camp, August 3, 1911
10Kansas City, MO: Annie Field to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, November 13,19??
10Blackshear, GA: John T. Brantley to D. W. Blair, August 14, 1911
10Hew Hackensack, NY: Rita Hawk to Sarah Atwood Camp, September 25,1911
10Times Square, NY: Kate Van Stanvoord Olcott to cousin Sarah Atwood Camp, October 31, 1911
11Sackets Harbor: Walter B. Camp to niece Sarah Atwood Camp, October 30, 1911
11Blackshear, GA: John T. Brantley to sister-in-law Sarah Atwood Camp, January 24, 1912
11Atlanta, GA: Geo G. Gober attorney to Sarah Atwood Camp, June 27, 1912
11Blackshear, GA: Hattie Hale Camp Brantley to sister Sarah Atwood Camp, January 17, 1914
11Marietta, GA: List of landholders and plea to execute Jane Camp's will, July 10, 1913
11Marietta, GA: Executors sale in newspaper, November 14, 1913
11Marietta, GA: D. W. Blair to John T. Brantley, December 6, 1913
11Atlanta, GA: O. B. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler II, February 14, 1914
12Marietta, GA: Annie Field vs. Sarah Atwood Camp, Richard Field, Walter A.Camp, John T. Brantley, and Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, March 1914
12Marietta, GA: Annie Field vs. Sarah Atwood Camp et al again, March 1914
12Marietta: D. W. Blair to John T. Brantley, July 2, 1914
12Poem "A Monkey" by Geo H. Keeler II, 1914
12Springfield, MO: Walter A. Camp to sister Annie Field, July 7, 1914
12Blackshear, GA: John T. Brantley to sister-in-law Sarah Atwood Camp, December 11, 1914
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61Bill for Geo H. Camp at L. W. Rogers Co. in Atlanta
1Marietta, GA: D. W. Blair to John T. Brantley, June 4, 1915
1Atlanta, GA: Jane B. Nurm to Mrs. Oscar B. Keeler, April 6, 1915
1Marietta, GA: Sarah Atwood Camp contract, June 25, 1914
for telephone service from Southern Bell
1Atlanta, GA Journal Constitution: Political Cartoon, 1915
1University of GA, Athens: Judon M. Soule to John T. Brantley, October 18,1915
1Postcard Mount Abu, India: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale, December 25, 1916
1Bill of Diez Centavos (10 of Mexican money)
1Postcard from Shanghai: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, November 20, 1915
1Postcard from Japan-Empress of Asia: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, November 14, 1916
1Postcard from Hong Kong: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, November 27, 1916
1Postcard from India: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, December 25, 1816
1Postcard from Taj Mahal, India: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, January 1,1917
1Postcard from Yokohama, Japan: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, November 15, 1916
1Postcard from Kobe, Japan: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley
1Postcard from Illecillewret Glacier, Banff Canada: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, October 30, 1916
1Postcard from Cavanaugh Bridge, Singapore: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, December 7, 1916
1Postcard from Hong Kong: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, December 1,1916
1Postcard from Calcutta, India: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley
1Postcard from Cocoa Nut Trees, Singapore: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, December 7, 1916
1One yen bill
1Envelope from Sackets Harbor to Geo Hull Camp, 1905
1Envelope from Sackets Harbor to Sarah Atwood Camp, 1908
2Bill of things bought in Orient by Sarah Camp, 1916
2Pauline's poem "A Romance of Blackshear", June 1917
2Marietta: George H. Keeler I to Mr. and Mrs. John T. Brantley, March 9, 1918
2Marietta: Geo H. Keeler I to John T. Brantley, April 26, 1918
2Marietta Daily Journal: Clipping announcing WWI Armistice Day, November 11, 1918
2Grier's Almanac, 1919
2Denver: Geo H. Keeler II to father Oscar B. Keeler, May 28, 1919
2Atlanta: Oscar B. Keeler to sister-in-law Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, June 3, 1919
2Atlanta: Oscar B. Keeler to sister-in-law Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, September 25, 1919
3Atlanta Year Unknown; Oscar B. Keeler to sister-in-law Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, February 10
3Atlanta: Willis A. Sutton, superintendent of schools, to Geo H. Keeler II, March 29, 1925
3S. S. Homeric: N. Glucaddo to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler notice from Mission of Ami, July 17, 1924
3Atlanta: Fannie Sibly Lorenz to W. L. Vance, November 30, 1923
3Springfield, MO: Geo H. Keeler II to Aunt Hattie Brantley, May 12, 1924
3Springfield, MO: Three hundred dollars sent to Hattie Hale Camp Brantley from Geo H. Keeler II, May 12, 1924
3Geo H. Keeler II checkbox, 1926-1927
3Kansas City, MO; Annie Field's will, February 13,1926
(died May 31, 1926)
4Kansas City, MO: Will of Richard H. Field, December 30, 1926
4Kansas City, MO: Codicil? To will of Richard H. Field, May 13, 1927
4Atlanta: Geo Montgomery of Marble Co to Geo H. Keeler I, March 18, 1927
4Atlanta: Superintendent of railroad co. E. A. Hibbet to Geo F. Montgomery-map of railway, March 17, 1927
4Haines Falls, NY: Kate E. E. Olcott to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler: Page of Sunday Announcement, August 15, 1927 August 14, 1927
4Newspaper clippings Atlanta Journal Constitution, September 29, 1928
4Marietta: Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler to Elizabeth, February 4, 1930
4Marietta: Geo H. Keeler I to Milton E. Keeler-copy, October 25, 1928
4Blackshear: John T. Brantley to C. M. Jordan, February 7, 1930
4Envelope from Blackshear to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, February 7, 1920
4Atlanta: Willis J. Milner to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, May 15, 1930
about golf course
5Kansas City, MO: Edna Field to Mrs. Richard H. Field-telegraph, December 29, 1930
5Map of Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler's property, March 1931
5Atlanta Journal Constitution: Oscar B. Keeler pictured, May 24, 1931
5Bill on Western Union Paper
5Sacramento: Marguerite to uncle Geo H. Keeler I, June 26, 1932
5Blackshear: A. P. Brantley to sister-in-law Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, November 4, 1932
5Newspaper clipping-Geo H. Keeler I on Alaskan marbles
5Barbizan Plaza, NY: Henry Austen to Oscar B. Keeler and Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, December 27, 1932
5Newspaper obits (6), January 5, 1933
5Atlanta Journal Constitution: "O. O.s by O. B. Keeler" (2), February 15, 1944
5Atlanta Journal Constitution: "O.B. Keeler to speak at P.T.A Founder's program, February 15, 1944
6Envelope with birth and death of Geo H. Keeler I
6Marietta: Deacons and Elders of Presbyterian Church to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, February 23, 1933
6Card given out by Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler to friends Atlanta: Geo Montgomery to Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, August 25, 1933
upon death of her husband
6Blackshear: Ben to sister-in-law Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, July 15, 1933
6NY Jim Harley (Chairman of Democratic National Committee) to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler
6Kansas City, MO: Edna Field to Aunt Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler Blue print of Richard H. Field's cemetery plot in Kansas City, MO, January 2, 1934
6Atlanta: O. B. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler II, March 4, 1935
6Marietta: Recipes for French dressing and Mrs. Camp's delicate lunch cakes, 1935
7Marietta: List of articles bought at Auction of Carrie Sualcolm's things, June 7, 1934
7Marietta: List of things bought at Sale Malcolm Household effects: SACK's address book, June 7, 1934 1934
7Atlanta: Oscar B. Keeler to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, December 17, 1935
7Atlanta: Oscar B. Keeler to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, December 21, 1935
7Marietta: Mrs. Geo H. Keeler II to Milton E. Keeler-telegram, January 6, 1936
7Bullville, GA: Oscar B. Keeler's story on quintuplets, February 21, 1936
7Marietta: Furniture delivered to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler at Tranquilla, September 16, 1936
7Blackshear: J. J. Ragan, secretary of Blackshear Manufacturing Co., to Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, April 22, 1937
8Atlanta Date Unknown: List of things to fix in home-probably by Madeline Keeler
8Pack of cards from Pauline to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler
8Marietta: Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler to Geo H. Keeler II-leaving Tranquilla to him, July 12, 1940
8Appleton, Wisconsin: Judson G. Rosebush to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, July 21, 1941
8Kansas City, MO: Edna Field to nephew Geo H. Keeler II and his wife Madeline Keeler, August 6,1941
8Appleton, Wisconsin: Judson G. Rosebush to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, April 20, 1943
war memorandum enclosed
8Atlanta Journal Constitution: Geo H. Keeler II "Idea Man" at Air Depot, June 20, 1943
8Atlanta: Oscar B. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler II, June 21, 1943
9Atlanta: Nellie Keeler to children, June 1943
9Atlanta: Jon R. Marsh (Margaret Mitchell's husband) to Geo H. Keeler II, June 29, 1943
9Athens: O. C. Aderhold to Geo H. Keeler II, July 5,1943
9Perry, GA: Geo H. Keeler II to John Marsh, July 12, 1943
9Marietta: Mrs. C. E. Cook (Tippy) to brother Geo H. Keeler II and his wife Madeline Keeler, July 18, 1943
9Atlanta: Oscar B. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler II, January 25, 1944
9Atlanta Journal Constitution Oscar B. Keeler's article "O. O.s by O. B."
10Atlanta Journal Constitution: "O. O.s by O. B.", February 15, 1944
10Atlanta: O. B. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler II, February 15, 1944
10Brookley Field, Alabama: Geo H. Keeler II to wife Madeline Keeler, March 23, 1944
10Atlanta Journal Constitution: Oscar B. Keeler's articles (4), October 26, 1944 November 9, 1944
10Atlanta Journal Constitution: "O. O.s by O. B.", September 1, 1944
10Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, May 27, 1945
10Marietta: "Heard and Overheard" mentions Hattie Hale Camp Brantley and Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, June 8, 1947
10Associated Press photo of Geo H. Keeler II, December 28, 1947
10Marietta: Hattie Hale Camp Brantley to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, February 20, 1948
11Blackshear: Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler and Hattie Hale Camp Brantley to Tippy Keeler Cook's children Cecil Jr., Sarah, Anne, and Hattie Hale "The Owl and the Pussycat" poem, August 8, 1949
11Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to Harrison Field, September 5, 1949
11Kansas City, MO: Harrison Field to Geo H. Keeler II, September 9, 1949
11Atlanta Journal Constitution: Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler obit, September 9,1949
11Kansas City, MO: Harrison Field to Geo H. Keeler II and his wife Madeline Keeler, September 10, 1949
11Kansas City, MO: Harrison Field to Geo H. Keeler II, September 20, 1949
11Valdosta: Tippy Cook to brother Geo H. Keeler II and sister-in-law Madeline Keeler, September 19, 1949
11Valdosta: Tippy Cook to brother Geo H. Keeler II and sister-in-law Madeline Keeler, October 3, 1949
12Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to George Thomas (V P of McNeel Marbles Co.), November 7, 1949
12Marietta: Geo Thomas to Geo H. Keeler II, December 16, 1949
12Marietta; Dudley Castile to Geo H. Keeler II, January 3, 1950
12Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to sister Tippy Keeler Cook, March 21,1950
12Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to R. B. Shipley (US State Dept), December 29,1949
12Washington D.C.: R. B. Shipley to Geo H. Keeler II, February 3, 1950
12Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to R. B. Shipley, February 13, 1950
12Washington D.C.: R. B. Shipley to Geo H. Keeler II and photo static copies of application for passport for Sarah Atwood Camp on October 11,1916, May 18, 1950
12Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to W. L. Hinson (funeral Home) Waycross, GA: W. L. Hinson to Lacy, November 29, 1950 November 30, 1950
12Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to Harrison Field, December 5, 1950
12Valdosta Date Unknown: Tippy Keeler Cook to brother Geo H. Keeler II and his wife Madeline Keeler
13Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to sister Tippy Cook-telegram, January 1, 1951
13Atlanta: Blake R. Van Leer to Mayor Hartsfield (GA Tech buying property), December 19, 1950
13Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to Col Blake R. Van Leer, November 29, 1950
13Atlanta: Blake R. Van Leer to Geo H. Keeler II, November 25, 1950
13Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to J. R. Anthony, November 22, 1950
13Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to Tippy Cook, February 8, 1951
13Copies of receipts for Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler's estate, February 15, 1951
13Copies of receipts for Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler's estate, February 8, 1951
13Copies of receipts for Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler's estate, February 15, 1951
13Copies of receipts for Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler's estate, February 15, 1951
13Copies of receipts for Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler's estate, February 8, 1951
13Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to Aunt Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, January 5, 1952
13Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler II to Aunt Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, July 29, 1952
13Kansas City, MO: Harrison Field to Madeline Keeler, January 12, 1953
13Marietta: Protective covenants Camp Acres Subdivision, June 8, 1954
13Marietta Date Unknown: Geo H. Keeler II to mother Annie Maxey
13Marietta: Transcript of public healing regarding 1-75-Geo H. Keeler II and L. W. Verner spoke, November 12, 1958
13Kansas City, MO: Court document: Fidelity National Bank and Trust Co. vs. Field's and Keeler's (Annie Maxey's inheritance), January 9, 1961
13Balboa, C. Z.: Mary to Madeline Keeler, March 16, 1964
13Newspaper Clipping "NAACP urges Reconsideration of Factory's Move to GA", "Point to Ponder" (about Canal) (2)
13Marietta: 'Jim Daniel' article, a classmate of Oscar B. Keeler M.H.S. 1889, February 28, 1965
BoxFolder
71Reward of Merit for Geo H. Keeler I, June 29, 1860
1Reward of Merit for Geo H. Keeler I
1Calling card for Fannie A. Hanks from Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thompson
1Envelope for Geo H. Keeler I
1Geo H. Keeler I orange card, 1870s
1Card with bird on it, 1870s
1G.H. Smith card, 1873
1Frank H. Keeler card, November 23, 1873
1Undated invitation from Mrs. J. D. Gray
1Milwaukee, Wisconsin-note of birth dates for Geo H. Keeler I and his siblings
1Date Unknown-"Kittie to Kriss" from Chicago Tribune
1"A Poem to Grant" unknown newspaper
1"Failed!" unknown newspaper
1Hinsdale, Illinois: Wedding invitation between Lizzie M. Warren and Horatio Keeler, October 15, 1974
1Belvidere, Illinois: Wedding invitation between Emma C. Glasnew and Dr. William H. Pettit, May 9, 1877
1Circa: Cards for Mrs. Geo H. Keeler, 1950s
1List of children of Milton Eugene Keeler and Louisa Owen
1Vicksburg, Mississippi: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 24, 1864
2Vicksburg, Mississippi: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, February 23, 1864
2Chicago: Clement, Morton and Co. to Geo H. Keeler I, December 6, 1872
2Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, December 17, 1872
2Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, December 29, 1872
2Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 5, 1873
2Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 11, 1873
2Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 19, 1873
2Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 23, 1873
2Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 26, 1873
2Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, February 2,1873
2Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, February 9, 1873
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, February 16, 1873
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 2, 1873
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 9, 1873
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to Geo H. Keeler I, March 16,1873
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to Geo H. Keeler I, March 23, 1873
3Office of the Garden Prairie Cheese Factory stationary
3Warrantee of the Garden Prairie Cheese Factory
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 30, 1873
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, April 16, 1873
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, April 13, 1873
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, April 20, 1873
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 5, 1873
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 11, 1873
3Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 18,1873
4Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 25, 1873
4Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, June 1, 1873
4Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, June 8, 1873
4Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, June 15, 1873
4Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, July 13,1873
4Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, July 20, 1873
4Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 3, 1873
4Garden Prairie, Illinois: Charlie Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, August 4, 1873
4Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 10, 1873
4Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 17, 1873
4Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 24, 1873
5Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, August 24, 1873
5Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 31, 1873
5Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 7, 1873
5Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 12, 1873
5Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 21, 1873
5Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 23, 1873
5Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 28, 1873
5Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 5, 1873
5Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 19, 1873
5Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 26, 1873
5Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 26, 1873
6Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, November 9, 1873
6Garden Prairie, Illinois: Charlie Keeler and Milton E. Keeler to brother and son Geo H. Keeler I, November 15, 1873
6Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, November 23, 1873
6Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, November 23, 1873
6Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, December 7, 1873
6Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, December 14, 1873
6Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, December 21, 1873
6Garden Prairie, Illinois: Frank Keeler, L. M. Keeler, and Milton E. Keeler to brother and son Geo H. Keeler I, December 27, 1873
6Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, December 28, 1873
6Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 4, 1874
6Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 11, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 18, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, January 18, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, February 1, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, February 8, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Frank H. Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, February 9, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, February 15, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, February 15, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, February 22, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March, 1 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, March 8, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, March 8, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: L. M. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 8, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 8, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, April 5, 1874
7Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 11, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 15, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, March 22, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Chas Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, March 22, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 22, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 29, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, April 11, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, April 19, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, April 19, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, April 26, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, April 26, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois; Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 3, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louis Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 3, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 7, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 10, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 17, 1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 24, 1874
8Item 11: Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 31,1874
8Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, May 31,1874
9Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, January 23, 1874
9Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 25, 1874
9Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, June 7, 1874
9Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, July 12, 1874
9Garden Prairie. Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, July 12, 1874
9Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, July 12, 1874
9Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, July 27, 1874
9Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, July 31, 1874
9Belvidere, Illinois: Wedding invitation of Alice Downs to Clarence D. Clark addressed to Geo H. Keeler, August 6, 1874
9Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 9, 1874
9Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 16, 1874
10Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 22, 1874
10Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 30, 1874
10Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, August 1874
10Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, September 6, 1874
10Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 6, 1874
10Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, September 6, 1874
10Manchester, Iowa: C. D. Clark to Geo H. Keeler I, September 7, 1874
10Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 20, 1874
10Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 27, 1874
10Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 3, 1874
11Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 8, 1874
11Note to "Pappa" with pansies included
11Garden Prairie, Illinois: Charlie Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, October 14, 1874
11Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 30, 1874
11Garden Prairie, Illinois: Charlie Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, November 19, 1874
11Belvidere, Illinois: note from H. Lopes to Milton E. Keeler, November 18, 1874
11Manchester, Iowa: C. D. Clark to Geo H. Keeler I, November 19, 1874
11C. D. Clark s card for his law practice "Yoran and Clark"
11Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, November 29,1874
11Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, December 1, 1874
11Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, December 14, 1874
11Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 20, 1875
11Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 28, 1875
11Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 31, 1875
12Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, February 12, 1875
12Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, February 23, 1875
12Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 7, 1875
12Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 7, 1875
12Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 22, 1875
12Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to husband Milton E. Keeler, March 30,1875
12Garden Prairie, Illinois; Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, April 4, 1875
12Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, April 18, 1875
12Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 5, 1875
13Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 9, 1875
13Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 16, 1875
13Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, May 30, 1875
13Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, June 6, 1875
13Manchester, Iowa: C. D. Clark to Geo H. Keeler I, June 17, 1875
13Chicago: Will to Geo H. Keeler I, June 22, 1875
13Manchester, Iowa: C. D. Clark to Geo H. Keeler I, June 25, 1875
13Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to Geo H. Keeler I, June 27, 1875
13Chicago: Fannie and Geo H. Keeler I to uncle, August 3, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, July 12, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, July 18, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 10, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 22, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 22, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, August 28, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H: Keeler I, August 29, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 19, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, September 19, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, October 3, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 18, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, October 18, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 12, 1875
14Garden Prairie, Illinois: Frank Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, October 10, 1875
15Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 17, 1875
15Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 24,1875
15Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 31, 1875
15Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, November 2, 1875
15Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, November 24,1875
15Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler and Louisa Keeler to Geo H. Keeler I, November 19, 1876
15Garden Prairie, Illinois: Belle to Geo H. Keeler I, December 24, 1876
15Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, December 14,1876
15Garden Prairie, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, December 20, 1876
15Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, December 24, 1876
16Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, December 25, 1876
16Belvidere, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 2, 1877
16Belvidere. Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 7, 1877
16Garden Prairie. Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, January 14, 1877
16Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 5, 1877
16Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, August 18, 1877
16Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 3, 1877
16Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 16, 1877
16Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 30, 1877
16Garden Prairie, Illinois: W. C. Bare to Geo H. Keeler I, October 1, 1877
16Garden Prairie, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, October 7, 1877
16Garden Prairie, Illinois: Charlie Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, October 21, 1877
16Garden Prairie, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, November 1, 1877
16Chicago: Bane to Geo H. Keeler I, February 1, 1878
17Chicago: Oscar B. Keeler to Geo H. Keeler I, February 7, 1877
17Belvidere, Illinois: Louisa Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, March 21, 1878
17Garden Prairie, Illinois: Helen Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, September 12, 1878
17Note of scribbles by Gracie
17Belvidere, Illinois: Milton E. Keeler to son Geo H. Keeler I, September 13, 1878
17Washington D.C.: Kittie to cousin May Keeler, May 8, 1881
17Belvidere, Illinois: May Keeler to brother Geo H. Keeler I, May 10, 1881
17Garden Prairie, Illinois Man: Geo H. Keeler I awarded guardianship of sisters Emma, Helen, and Grace Keeler, 1881
17Garden Prairie, Illinois: Geo H. Keeler I executing estate of father Milton E. Keeler, February 1886
17Belvidere, Illinois: Geo H. Keeler I guardianship of Emma Keeler expired, July 1895
18Henry Dewar to Geo H. Keeler I, March 15,1905
18Tate, GA: Telegram from Geo H. Keeler I to Henry Dewar, March 27, 1905
18Calculations, March 27, 1905
18Tate, GA: Geo H. Keeler I to Henry Dewar, March 27,1905
18Washington D. C.: Telegram Henry Dewar to Geo H. Keeler I, March 28, 1905
18Washington D. C.: Telegram Henry Dewar to Geo H. Keeler I, March 29, 1905
18Tate, GA: Geo H. Keeler I to Henry Dewar, March 29, 1905
18Washington D. C.: Henry Dewar to Geo H. Keeler I, March 29, 1905
18Tate, GA: Geo H. Keeler I to Henry Dewar, March 29, 1905
18Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler I to Henry Dewar, March 30, 1905
18Rutland, Vermont: J. F. Manning to Geo H. Keeler I, June 8, 1905
18Rye Beach, New Hampshire: J. F. Manning to Geo H. Keeler I, June 21, 1905
18Rye Beach, New Hampshire: H. C. C. Sewall to Geo H. Keeler I, July 9, 1905
18Rutland, Vermont: R. A. Lawrence to Geo H. Keeler I, July 14, 1905
18Receipts for marble (3), 1903
18Tate, GA: Telegram Sam Tate to Geo H. Keeler I, March 30, 1906
19H. M. Atkinson to W. M. McKenzie, June 1906
wanting a reference for Geo H. Keeler I
19Atlanta: W. M. McKenzie to H. M. Atkinson, June 20, 1906
about Geo H. Keeler I
19Marietta: R. M. McNeel to Geo H. Keeler I, June 21, 1906
19Atlanta: Geo H. Keeler to Sam Tate, March 30, 1905
19Marietta: J. W. Glover to Geo H. Keeler I, May 21, 1906
19Marietta: Annie Maxey to "Father Keeler", August 6, 1906
19Cuidad: Invitation from Junta Patriotica to Geo H. Keeler I, September 1908
19Marietta: Geo H. Keeler II to Laura Newell, July 23, 1916
19Chicago: Geo H. Keeler II to Geo H. Keeler I, April 9, 1918
19Chihauhau, MX: Concerning Coloradras Mining Co for Geo H. Keeler I, August 29, 1918
20Chihauhau, MX: Deed to Coloradras Mining Co., June 23, 1908
20Commerce, GA: Certificate of appointment for Geo H. Keeler I to county chairman, November 1, 1917
20Atlanta: Hugh Richardson to Geo H. Keeler II, February 4, 1918
about war savings committee
20Marietta Daily Journal: mentions Geo H. Keeler II-COPY XEROX NO ORIGINAL INCLUDED, January 25, 1919
20Washington D. C.: Franks Hight to Oscar B. Keeler, March 27, 1935
loyal legion of the U.S.
20Poem: "A Woman's Sphere"; Osage Orange Pamphlet
20Atlanta: Oscar B. Keeler to Mrs. Pierson, March 15, 1950
20Atlanta envelope addressed to Mrs. Geo H. Keeler II at Tranquilla from GA Women's Golf Association
20Kansas City, MO: Harrison Field to Geo H. Keeler II, May 11,1967
20Kansas City, MO: Affidavit showing the termination of the Richard H. Field Trust, May 10, 1967
20Kansas City, MO: Harrison Field to Geo H. Keeler II, June 1, 1967
20Atlanta: Death Certificate of Oscar B. Keeler, April 21,1967
20Denver: Death Certificate of Kent K. Cross, April 3, 1967
20L. A., California: Death Certificate of Sam Houston Kelly, April 7, 1967
20Marietta: Geo H. Keeler II and wife Madeline Keeler to Harrison Field, June 4, 1967
20Business Card for the GA Marble Company, Atlanta GA George H. Keeler II is manager
20Envelope from the GA Marble Comnany, Tate GA
20Envelope from the GA Marble Company, Tate GA
20Envelope from the Georgian Terrace Hotel, Atlanta GA
20Envelope from John P. King Manufacturing Company, Augusta GA
20Torn off envelope from Keeler's in Yellowsprings, OH to Mr. and Mrs. Geo H. Keeler II in Marietta with notes on it
20LaGrange, GA: Tax amount for 1935 fro Mrs. Geo H. Keeler was $5.40, December 10, 1935
20Place Unknown: Geo H. Keeler II to Mr. Clement, August 2, 1902
 

Series 2: The Morrills and Charmichaels (Keeler Collection)

BoxFolder
81Envelope addressed to "The Morrills" from Atlanta GA Script Inc.
1Claridge, London: Mr. and Mrs. Morrill to children Mary Emma, Jim, Elizabeth, and all, September 18, 1955
1Claridge, London: Mae and Harvey Morrill to children Mary Emma, Jim, and Elizabeth, September 24, 1955
1Nairobi, Kenya Africa: Mr. and Mrs. Morrill to children Mary Emma, Jim, and Elizabeth, September 28, 29, 1955 October 2, 1955
1Map of their travels from Africa and South America
1Salibury, South Rhodesia: Mr. and Mrs. Morrill to children Mary Emma, Jim, and Elizabeth, October 2, 1955
1Cairo, Egypt: Mr. and Mrs. Morrill to children Mary Emma, Jim, and Elizabeth, October 2, 1955
1Capetown, South Africa: Mr. and Mrs. Morrill to children Mary Emma, Jim, and Elizabeth, October 11, 1955
1On board ship to Rio de Janeiro: Mr. and Mrs. Morrill to children Mary Emma, Jim and Elizabeth, October 22, 1955
1Rio de Janeiro: Mr. and Mrs. Morrill to children Mary Emma, Jim, and Elizabeth, October 27, 1955
2En Route from Rio de Janeiro to Lima, Peru: Mr. and Mrs. Morrill to children Mary Emma, Jim, and Elizabeth, October 29, 1955
2Guayaquil, Ecuador: Mr. and Mrs. Morrill to children Mary Emma, Jim, and Elizabeth, November 1, 1955
2Panama: Mr. and Mrs. Morrill to children Mary Emma, Jim, and Elizabeth, November 3, 1955
2Card from family of John Vinson Charmichael
acknowledging receiver's expression of sympathy
2South Africa: Francs and Jimmie to Mr. and Mrs. Morrill, 1955
2Rhodesia: Francis and Jimmie to Mr. and Mrs. Morrill
2Guayaquil, Ecuador: Francis and Jimmie to Mr. and Mrs. Morrill
 

Series 3: Maxwell-Buttolph Letters

BoxFolder
83Envelopes (5) "Miss Laura Maxwell, Susie Buttolph, David Lyman Buttolph Liberty County, GA-Business papers of Miss Susie Buttolph", 1860 1867
3Envelope to Mary L. Mallard care of Rev. David Lyman Buttolph, Marietta GA Postmarked Augusta, GA, October 23
3Envelope to Mrs. J. M. Cumming care of Rev David Lyman Buttolph, Marietta GA Postmarked VA, August 30
3Envelope to Mrs. David Lyman Buttolph Riceboro Liberty, County GA
3Envelope to Miss Maxwell care of Mr. G. G. Jones Savannah GA Postmarked, December 21
3Envelope to David Lyman Buttolph Marietta GA, July 2
3Envelope to Rev. David Lyman Buttolph Dorcester Liberty County GA postmarked Charleston, April 2
3Envelope to David Lyman Buttolph Marietta GA from McIntosh, April 5
3Envelope to David Lyman Buttolph Marietta GA McIntosh, March 25
3Envelope to Laura E. Maxwell Savannah from Columbia SC, March 6
3Envelope to David Lyman Buttolph Flemington Liberty County GA
3Envelope to Laura E. Buttolph Marietta GA from Savannah GA, November 9
3Envelope to David Lyman Buttolph Savannah GA from McIntosh GA, May 24
3Envelope containing pages of "silver leaf"
3Envelope to Laura E. Maxwell Savannah GA, June 10
3Envelope to Charles Maxwell Philadelphia-and letter on back, February 4
3Envelone to Laura Buttolnh Liberty County GA from Bristol, December 21, 1866
3Envelope to Laura Buttolph Marietta GA from McIntosh, September 21, 1860
3Envelope Parkersburg W. VA. W. G. Peterkin to Susie M. Buttolph, August 11, 1905
3Envelope David Lyman Buttolph Savannah GA, August 3
3Envelope David Lyman Buttolph Marietta GA, October 29, 1860
3Envelope addressed to Laura E. Maxwell
3Macon: Mary C. Nesbit to Mrs. Cumming, December 27, 1838
4Macon: Mary C. Nesbit to Mrs. Cumming, December 27, 1838
4Savannah: Job Cumming to Charles Maxwell, April 23, 1845
4Envelope addressed to Mrs. Cumming in Riceboro Liberty County GA, July 18
4Partial Letter Mary Nesbit to Mrs. Cumming
4Philadelphia: Charles E. Maxwell to Aunt and Uncle Col. Maxwell, November 22, 1850
4Savannah: Charles E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, July 27, 1851
4Savannah: Charles E. Maxwell to Susan M. Cumming, August 3, 1851
4Savannah: Charles E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, August 10, 1851
5Savannah: Charles E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, August 17, 1851
5Savannah: Charles E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, September 13, 1851
5Sandhills: Henry Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, October 1,1851
5Philadelphia: Charles E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, November 1, 1851
5Philadelnhia: C. C. Jones to niece Laura C. Maxwell, November 10, 1851
5Philadelphia: Charles E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, December 23, 1851
5Philadelphia: Charles E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, January 4,1852
5Philadelphia: Charles E. Maxwell to sister L. E. Maxwell, January 15, 1852
6Philadelphia: Charles E. Maxwell to sister Laura E. Maxwell, January 25, 1852
6Savannah: Laura E. Maxwell to brother Charles E. Maxwell, February 16, 1852
6Savannah: Laura E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, February 10, 1852
6South Hampton: Susan M. Cumming to daughter Laura Maxwell, February 16, 1852
6Savannah: Laura Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, February 28, 1852
6Philadelphia: Charles E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, February 29, 1852
6Savannah: Laura E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, March 13, 1852
6Savannah: Laura E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, March 24, 1852
7South Hampton: Susan M. Cumming to her daughter Laura E. Maxwell, March 26, 1852
7Savannah: Laura E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, March 28, 1852
7Marietta: Louisa Robarts to Susan M. Cumming, April 2, 1852
7Marietta: Louisa Robarts to Susan M. Cumming, April 12, 1852
7Philadelphia: C. C. Jones to niece Laura E. Maxwell, September 4, 1852
7Sharon, Connecticut: C. C. Jones to niece Laura E. Maxwell, August 20, 1853
7Receipt Laura E. Maxwell gave Rev. C. C. Jones and the Board of Mission $30: C. C. Jones to niece Laura E. Maxwell, September 12, 1853
7Macon: Laura E. Maxwell to mother Susan M. Cumming, December 13, 1853
8Poem for Laura E. Maxwell "My Angel Love" from D. L. Buttolph Dorchester, September 1855
8Dorchester GA: David Lyman Buttolph to Laura E. Maxwell, September 17, 1855
8Dorchester GA: David Lyman Buttolph to Laura E. Maxwell, September 26, 1855
8Dorchester GA: David Lyman Buttolph to Laura E. Maxwell, October 4, 1855
8Savannah: Laura E. Maxwell to David Lyman Buttolph, January 26, 1856
8Dorchester GA: David Lyman Buttolph to Laura E. Maxwell, April 2, 1856
8Dorchester GA: David Lyman Buttolph to Laura E. Maxwell, May 1, 1856
8South Hampton: David Lyman Buttolph to Laura E. Maxwell, May 5, 1856
8Dorchester GA: David Lyman Buttolph to Laura E. Maxwell, May 15, 1856
9Savannah: Laura E. Maxwell Buttolph to husband David Lyman Buttolph, March 4, 1857
9Philadelphia: Mary Jones to nephew Charles E. Maxwell, August 29, 1857
9Charleston SC: F. H. Fanning to David Lyman Buttolph, June 2, 1858
9Macon: Marcy C. Nesbit to Susan Cumming, February 23, 1859
9Walthourville: Laura E. Buttolph to husband David Lyman Buttolph Envelope to Susan M. Cumming in Riceboro from Savannah 1866, September 14, 1866
9Marietta GA: R. T. Brumby to David Lyman Buttolph, October 7, 1867
9Monticello FA: Unknown Buttolph to brother David Lyman Buttolph, May 22, 1869
9Marietta GA: Laura E. Maxwell Buttolph to mother Susan M. Cumming, January 11, 1870
10Marietta GA: Laura E. Maxwell Buttolph to mother Susan M. Cumming, March 8, 1870
10Marietta GA: Laura E. Maxwell Buttolph to mother Susan M. Cumming, March 26, 1870
10Marietta: Presbyterian Mutual Assurance Fund for David Lyman Buttolph for the amount of $2000, March 12,1880
10Marietta GA: C. S. McClandish to Susie M. Buttolph, February 23, 1900
10Marietta GA: Moultrie M. Sessions to Susie M. Buttolph-attorney's warranty deed, November 29, 1901
10Savannah GA: J. S. Wood and Bro. Cotton Factors and Dealers in Fertilizers to C. S. McClandish, March 29, 1904
10Savannah GA: J. S. Wood and Bro to David Lyman Buttolph, March 24, 1904
10Marietta GA City of Marietta pay fifteen dollars to Susie Buttolph
10Athens GA Southern Mutual Insurance Co. pay $12 to Susie M. Buttolph
10Marietta: C. S. McClandish Pay $1,500 dollars to Susie M. Buttolph First National Bank receipt, January 1, 1904
10Blackshear GA: J. T. Brantley to Susan M. Buttolph, September 3, 1907
11Blackshear GA: J. T. Brantley to Susan M. Buttolph, September 2, 1907
11Marietta: Contract for lease between Susan M. Buttolph and R. W. Thornton, October 1,1907
11Marietta: Last will and testament of Laura E. Maxwell Buttolph, December 9, 1908
11Envelope to Louisa Robarts in Atlanta from Clarksville TN, September 1, 1865
11Envelope to Laura E. Maxwell Riceboro from Savannah
11Envelope to Louisa Robarts in Savannah from Marietta, February 13
11Envelope to Laura E. Maxwell in Riceboro from Savannah, September 21
11Envelope to Susan M. Cumming in New Orleans, March 1820
11Miniature book Merchant of Venice
11Cobb County: Tax receipt for Susie Buttolph's property, December 16,1910
11Cobb County:Tax receipt for Susie Buttolph's property, December 31, 1912
11City of Marietta: Tax receipt for Susie Buttolph
11Cobb County: Tax receipt for David Lyman Buttolph estate, 1908
11City of Marietta: Tax receipt for Susie Buttolph
11Cobb County: Tax receipt for Susie Buttolph, December 14, 1909
11City of Marietta: Tax receipt for Susie Buttolph, 1911
11City of Marietta: Tax receipt for Susie Buttolph, 1912
11Marietta Trust and Banking Co. Deposit Book of Susie Buttolph
11Marietta: Insurance for H. H. Goods for $500 by Susie Buttoloh, April 30, 1916
 

Series 4: Charles Warwick/Sarah Camp Travels, 1916-1917

BoxFolder
91Rockbridge, VA: Charles Warwick's last letter to fiancée Sarah Atwood Camp, November 12, 1893
1Rockbridge, VA: Charles Warwick to sister Lilla Warwick, November 12, 1893
1Rockbridge, VA: Charles Warwick to J. A. Frazier, November 12, 1893
1Rockbridge, VA: envelope addressed to Sarah Atwood Camp, November 12, 1893
lock of hair included
1Chrisholm's Panorama of the River St. Lawrence
1Travelers notebook Sarah Atwood Camp London 1891, August 2, 1891
1London: Receipt of Sarah Atwood Camp for Hancock and Co., August 21, 1891
1Whitestar Line Program: Sarah Atwood Camp, June 29, 1907
1Envelope addressed to Sarah Atwood Camp at Tranquilla-postmarked from Spain, San Francisco, and New York, May 1909
1Canadian Pacific Ocean Services Directory
1Postcard Banff, Canada: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, October 30, 1916
2Postcard Empress of Asia in Pacific Waters: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, November 2, 1916
2Empress of Asia: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, November 8, 1916
2Empress of Asia: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, November 12, 1916
2Kobe, Japan: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, November 17-22, 1916
2Hong Kong: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, November 26, 1916
2Envelopes addressed to Hattie Hale Camp Brantley
2Note to Sarah Atwood Camp from Margaret Watts Cockran
2Postcard Hong Kong, November 29, 1916
2Singapore: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, December 5, 1916
3Singapore: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, December 9, 1916
3On Train to Bombay: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, December 20, 1916
3Bombay: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, December 22, 1916
3Postcard Bombay: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, 1916
3Agra: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, December 31, 1916
3Benares: Sarah Atwood Camp to sister Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, January 6, 1917
3Calcutta: Sarah Atwood Camp to Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, January 10, 1917
3Postcard Agra: Sarah Atwood Camp to Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, January 5, 1917
3Himalayan Mountains: Sarah Atwood Camp to Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, January 14, 1917
3Madras: Sarah Atwood Camp, January 28, 1917
3Mount Abu, India; Sarah Atwood Camp to Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, January 21, 1917
3Delhi: Mary E. Ferrier to Sarah Atwood Camp, January 22, 1917
4Lellore: Sarah Atwood Camp to Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, February 7, 1917
4Vancouver, Canada: Sarah Atwood Camp to Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, April 26, 1917
4Calcutta; Poster for Elphinstone Picture Palace, January 15, 1917
4Travel Diary: Sarah Atwood Camp, January 1, 1917-December 30, 1917
5Envelope addressed to Sarah Atwood Camp in Grand Hotel Room 105
5Bombay: Receipt and note on journey, December 22, 1916
5Bombay; Receipt from Sarah Atwood Camp for Hotel Majestic, December 25, 1916
5Nikko, Japan: Receipt for motor to station, April 16, 1917
5Nikko, Japan: Receipt for Hotel, April 16, 1917
5Card for C. Tom and Company
5Card for Grand Hotel
5Card (3) for Swatow Drawn Work Company Hong Kong
5Card for Markar Jewellers Cairo, Egypt
5Card for Makino Brass Markers Yokohama (2)
5Card for Guffarjco and Sons art manufacturers Kashmir
5Hong Kong; Receipt for Sarah Atwood Camp at Swatow Drawn-work company, November 29, 1916
5Bombay: Sarah Atwood Camp for Hotel Majestic, December 21-25, 1916
5Bombay: Receipt for Pohoomull Brothers jewelers, December 21-25
5Delhi: Receipt for Sarah Atwood Camp at Hotel Cecil, January 1917
5Benares: Sarah Atwood Camp receipt for Clark's Hotel, January 8, 1917
5Bombay: Receipt for Dhanamal Chellaram jewelers for Sarah Atwood Camp, December 25, 1916
6Delhi card for Hurjimull and Co. jewelers
6Jaipur: Receipt for Sarah Atwood Camp at New Hotel, January 23, 1917
6Shaghai: Canadian Pacific Ocean Services coupon, March 24, 1917
6Yakahama: Receipt for Sarah Atwood Camp at modern brasses and bronzes, April 19, 1917
6Blackshear: Hattie Hale Camp Brantley to Sarah Atwood Camp, April 30, 1917
 

Series 5: Camp Business Papers, 1877

BoxFolder
97COPY ZEROX Augusta: L. B. Davis to Geo Hull Camp, March 21, 1866
7Marietta: Bond for Titles Geo Hull Camp to J. R. Wallace, May 12, 1873
7Heirs of Barrington King
7Atlanta: Geo Adain to Geo Hull Camp, February 9, 1875
7Atlanta: Geo Adain receipt from Geo Hull Camp, March 2, 1875
7Fulton County: Settling of bond to Mary Kimball by executor Geo Hull Camp, April 1, 1875
7Atlanta: Envelope to Geo Hull Camp, November 15
7Atlanta: Envelope to Geo Hull Camp, November 11
7Atlanta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp, November 11, 1875
7Atlanta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp, November 15, 1875
7Atlanta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp, November 16, 1875
7Atlanta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp, December 30, 1875
7Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to H. I. Kimball, November 16, 1875
7Atlanta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp and envelope, November 18, 1875
7Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to H. I. Kimball, November 17, 1875
7Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to H. I. Kimball, November 12, 1875
7Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to H. I. Kimball, November 17, 1875
7Atlanta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp, January 3, 1876
7Atlanta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp, January 4, 1876
7Atlanta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp, November 14, 1877
7Atlanta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp Atlanta blueprint of lots, November 26, 1877
7Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to H. I. Kimball, November 27, 1877
7Note on lot 2, 1876
7Fulton: Official document on Geo Hull Camp delivering on bond to H. L. Kimball, February 15, 1875
7Marietta; Geo Hull Camp to H. I. Kimball, December 6, 1871
8Atlanta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp, February 19, 1878
8Marietta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp, February 20, 1878
8Marietta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp, February 21, 1878
8Atlanta: H. I. Kimball to Geo Hull Camp, February 22, 1878
8Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to H. I. Kimball, February 28, 1878
8Marietta: Appointing Jane Camp and Geo Hull Camp trustees and executors to David P. Kendrick, January 10, 1880
8Marietta: Giving Jane Camp and Geo Hull Camp six hundred dollars from David P. Kendrick, January 10, 1880
8Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to J. M. McAfee, April 20, 1883
8Atlanta: J. M. McAfee to Geo Hull Camp, May 30, 1883
8Marietta: Court Document between Roswell Manufacturing Company and Henry B. Tomkins, May 1883
8S. E. Lelford to Geo Hull Camp, May 30, 1883
8Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to S. E. Lelford, June 1, 1883
8Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to J. M. McAfee, June 1, 1883
8Atlanta: J. M. McAfee to Geo Hull Camp, June 2, 1883
9Atlanta: J. M. McAfee to Geo Hull Camp, June 4, 1883
9Atlanta: J. M. McAfee to Geo Hull Camp, June 4, 1883
9Roswell: Jas W. Robertson to Geo Hull Camp, June 11, 1883
9Kansas City, MO: Richard Harrison Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, June 15, 1883
9Papers referring to lot 93 of the McDonough property-Jane Camp to Hoke Smith, August 22, 1883
9Quit Claim Deed-Barrington King estate, June 1883
9Tax Receipt Geo Hull Camp, 1885
9Scrap of paper from Board of Directors, April 15, 1955 and May 10, 1955
9Geo Hull Camp copy of business lease, May, June 1889
9Atlanta: G. W. Adair to Geo Hull Camp, January 28, 1889
9Marietta: Geo B. Gresham to John Stephans, March 3, 1888
9Marietta: A. Reynolds to John Stephans Warranty Deed, February 5, 1890
9Marietta: Geo B. Gresham to John Stephans Warranty Deed, August 29, 1890
10Philadelphia: John W. Hoffman to Julius L. Brown, February 5, 1890
10Marietta: Geo Hull Camp awarded sum from Noah McAfee, May 4, 1891
10Blackshear: Certificate for fifty of Blackshear Manufacturing company given to Jane Margaret Camp, February 4, 1890
10Record of shares given to Jane M. Camp
10Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, October 18, 1895
10Marietta: Quit Claim Deed Geo Hull Camp to Noah McAfee, December 28, 1895
10Marietta: Warranty Deed Noah McAfee to Adaline Austell, December 28, 1895
10Marietta: Enoch Faw to Geo Hull Camp, July 17, 1899
10Marietta: Enoch Faw to Geo Hull Camp, January 13, 1900
11Marietta: Enoch Faw to Geo Hull Camp, August 9, 1900
11Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to son-in-law John T. Brantley, January 23, 1901
11Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, February 5, 1901
11Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, June 7,1903
11Marietta: Clay and Blair to Geo Hull Camp, January 6, 1904
11Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to Forrest and George Adair, January 2, 1904
11Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to Thomas L. Francis, April 28, 1904
11Atlanta: Thomas L. Francis to Geo Hull Camp, April 27, 1904
11Marietta: Geo F. Gober to Sarah Atwood Camp, June 30, 1904
12Atlanta: Forrest and George Adair to Geo Hull Camp, September 8, 1905
12Atlanta: Forrest and George Adair to Geo Hull Camp, September 11, 1905
12Atlanta: Forrest and George Adair to Geo Hull Camp, February 27, 1906
12Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp Part of letter from Sarah Atwood Carrm, May 7, 1906
12Blackshear: John R. Brantley to Geo Hull Camp Banking sheets, June 1, 1906
12Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to Geo Hull Camp, January 28, 1907
12Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, February 18,1907
12Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, March 1, 1907
12Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, March 17, 1907
13Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to father-in-law Geo Hull Camp, June 20, 1907
13Envelope addressed to Geo Hull Camp from Geo F. Gober, June 27, 1907
"Papers and deeds of the Negro lot adjoining the McAfee home"
13Blackshear: John T. Brantley to Geo Hull Camp, July 6, 1907
13Atlanta: Tax Receipt of Geo Hull Camp, July 10, 1907
13Marietta: Tax Receipt of Geo Hull Camp, 1907
13Cobb County: Tax Receipt of Geo Hull Camp, 1907
13Atlanta: Tax Receipt of Geo Hull Camp, November 3, 1907
13Marietta: Geo Hull Camp to A. A. Martin, April 27, 1905
13Hedwig, GA: G. H. Odom to John T. Brantley, December 15, 1908
13Hedwig, GA Date Unknown: G. H. Odom to John T. Brantley
13Roswell: A. A. Martin To John T. Brantley, January 27, 1909
13Roswell; A. A. Martin to John T. Brantley, April 12, 1905
13Blackshear: John T. Brantley to A. A. Martin, November 16, 1908
13Blackshear: John T. Brantley to A. A. Martin, February 16, 1909
13Blackshear: John T. Brantley to A. A. Martin, November 15, 1909
13Waycross: J. E. Wadley to stockholders of the First National Bank of Waycross, June 28, 1909
13Roswell Bank slip for A. A. Martin
13Atlanta: Tax receipt for Geo Hull Camp, December 12, 1910
13Atlanta: Tax receipt for Geo Hull Camp, December 12, 1910
13Atlanta: Telegram Forrest and George Adair to John T. Brantley, December 15, 1910
13Statement of account of John T. Brantley, attorney for Jane Margaret Camp, July 7, 1911
13Atlanta: Receipt received by Geo Hull Camp, August 4, 1911
14Blackshear: Check to Geo Hull Camp from John T. Brantley, July 15, 1911
14Roswell: S. Y. Stribling to Stockholders of Roswell Manufacturing Company, December 1, 1911
14Blackshear: John T. Brantley to sister-in-law Sarah Atwood Camp, June 4, 1912
14Blackshear: John T. Brantley to D. W. Blair, July 11, 1913
14Marietta: Sarah Atwood Camp to Meers, Forrest, and Geo Adair, July 15, 1913
14Milton County: Tax receipt of John T. Brantley, 1913
14Marietta: Petition for Injunction Sarah Atwood Camp vs. City of Marietta (2), July 1912
14Marietta: Bond for title Sarah Atwood Camp to R. E. Butler, November 27, 1914
15Marietta: Tax receipt Sarah Atwood Camp, 1914
15Marietta: Tax receipt Sarah Atwood Camp, 1914
15Marietta: Tax assessors (Z. B. Moon) to Sarah Atwood Camp, June 28, 1915
15Blackshear: John T. Brantley to sister-in-law Sarah Atwood Camp, November 4, 1915
15Savannah: Paul E. Seabrook to John T. Brantley, November 5, 1915
15Marietta: Bond for R. E. Butler to Sarah Atwood Camp, March 1, 1915
15Blackshear: John T. Brantley to Sarah Atwood Camp, November 6,1915
15Marietta: D. W. Blair to John T. Brantley, November 11, 1915
15Blackshear: John T. Brantley to Sarah Atwood Camp, November 13,1915
15Blackshear: John T. Brantley to Sarah Atwood Camp, December 3, 1915
15Two envelopes from Brantley to Sarah Atwood Camp
15Marietta: Petition in Equity Annie Camp Field vs. Sarah Atwood Camp, Richard Harrison Field, Walter A. Camp, John T. Brantley, Hattie Hale Camp Brantley, March 1914
15Cobb County: Report of funds received and disturbed of Jane Margaret Camp, December 14, 1915
16Blackshear: John T. Brantley to D. W. Blair, December 14, 1915
16Marietta: Check to city of Marietta from Sarah Atwood Camp, January 8, 1923
16Marietta: Paving receipt for Tranquilla, January 10, 1923
16Marietta: Paving receipt for Tranquilla, January 10, 1923
16Marietta: City clerk Clarence E. Power to Geo H. Keeler I, January 5, 1925
16Marietta: Cobb County vs. 618 Kennesaw Ave., January 24, 1921
16Schenectady, NY: Charles S. Yott auctioneer of Furniture receipt of Sarah Atwood Camp, June 6,1927
16Philadelphia: List of rings bought by Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, August 18, 1928
16Marietta: Bill for W. W. McCulloch to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, May 4, 1929
16Marietta: Check to LeCray from Sarah Atwood Camp, December 1, 1914
16Marietta: Tax receipt for Sarah Atwood Camp, 1912
16Marietta: Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler to J. P. Anderson, April 13, 1929
16Blakely, GA: Tax commissioner summoning card, October 9, 1930
16Waycross: Marlow Hand to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler-on back Marietta: Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler to Marlow Hand, November 30, 1930 December 12, 1930
16Marietta: Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler to Marlow Hand, October 26, 1931
16Waycross: Marlow Hand to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, October 24, 1931
16Waycross: Marlow Hand to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, November 3, 1930
16Waycross: Marlow Hand to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, December 7, 1931
16Waycross: Marlow Hand to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler GA Real Estate First Mortgage Loan, May 12, 1920
16Waycross: Marlow Hand to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, January 12, 1932
16Blackshear: John T. Brantley to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, April 21, 1931
16Dayton, TN Date Unknown: D. W. Ryther Jr. or William Jennings Bryan University to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler
17Marietta: J. E. Massey to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, January 2, 1933
17Atlanta: L. E. Fate to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, April 18,1930
17Tate, GA: Tate Mountain Estates brochure
17Tate, GA: Robert H. Martin to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, February 21, 1933
17Tate, GA: Receipt for Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, May 31, 1930
17Marietta: Receipt for Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler from McNeel Marble Comnanv, April 17, 1933
17Marietta: McNeel Marble Company to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, April 17, 1933
17Marietta: Geo F. Montgomery (McNeel Marble Company) to Mrs. John T. Brantley, May 8, 1933
17Marietta: Receipt for Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler from W. P. Stephans Lumber Company, November 1933
17Marietta: Receipt for Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler from W. P. Stephans Lumber Company, June 7, 1934
17Marietta: W. P. Stephans Lumber Company to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, June 5, 1934
17Marietta: Groover Hardware Company-Receipt to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, June 19, 1936
17Envelope to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler from Seibels, Bruce, and Company "Insurance Policy", January 8, 1934
17Marietta: William Attaway to Early County News, March 25, 1937
18Atlanta: Milton E. Keeler to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, August 4, 1937
18Marietta: Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, June 30, 1938
18Marietta: Milton E. Keeler to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, June 25, 1940
18Atlanta: envelope Federal Works Agency to Sarah Atwood Camp Keeler, July 31,1940
18Kansas City, MO: Richard H. Field to Kathryn Kelly, August 4, 1941
18Atlanta: O. B. Keeler to Frank Reynolds, January 22, 1943
18Marietta: Land Subdivision Regulations, June 26, 1958
 

Series 6: P.H. Prather Estate Papers-Geo H. Camp and Thomas Ed. King are executors

BoxFolder
919Envelope for estate of P. H. Prather Paper, December 1862
executors are Thomas Ed. King and Geo Hull Camp
19Cobb County Will of Patrick H. Prather List of Estate
19List of Estate
19List of items of Mrs. Prather
19P. H. Prather IOUs, March 22, 1860
19P. H. Prather IOUs, February 12, 1861
19Roswell: P. H. Prather IOUs, July 8, 1863
19Cobb County: Reading of will of P. H. Prather-copy of will, December 3, 1862
19Roswell: List of items and prices compiled by Mrs. J. Prather, November 17, 1862
19J. Y. Prather: IOU, November 5, 1862
19J. Campbell: IOU, January 29, 1863
19Geo Hull Camp estate P. H. Prather voucher recorded
19Geo Hull Camp (exec. of Prather Est.) to unknown
about Mrs. Prather's possession of some of Dunwoody's possessions
19List of items and dates tasks were completed, February 21, 1863
19Receipts, September 22, 1863
20Copy of will-reading of will of P. H. Prather, December 1, 1862
20Roswell: Receipt from Prather estate, January 10, 1864
20Receipt paid by Prather estate, January 27, 1864
20Roswell: Receipt paid by Prather estate, March 22, 1864
20Receipt from war funds of Confederate States, April 18, 1864
20Roswell: Receipt for estate of Prather, February 1, 1864
shipping receipt
20Roswell: Receipt for estate of Prather, March 5,1864
shipping receipt
20Roswell: Receipt for Prather Estate, April 22, 1864
20Roswell-Receipt for Prather Estate, April 22, 1864
20Roswell: Receipt for Prather Estate, June 13, 1864
20Receipt for Prather estate of Jane Prather, March 18, 1865
20Mallow Ford, GA: Envelope for Geo Hull Camp, April 13, 1865
20Receipt for Pratt, June 1866
20Roswell: Receipt for Prather Estate, August 30, 1866
20Roswell: Receipt for Prather Estate, November 16, 1866
20Roswell: Receipt for Prather Estate, November 10, 1866
20Roswell: Receipt for Prather Estate, September 1, 1866
20Greensboro: Geo Hull Camp to Mr. and Mrs. Whitner, December 10, 1868
settling of estate of Prather
20South Carolina: Mr. and Mrs. Whitner to Geo Hull Camp, December 4, 1868
21Receipt from Prather estates to Roswell Manufacturing Company, March 23 July 2 July 11, 1868
21Roswell: Release of Geo Hull Camp from position as executor of Prather estate, September 25, 1868
21Roswell: Geo Hull Camp, December 7, 1868
resigning from position of executor of Prather estate-appointing Ramsay and Harrison
21Greensboro: Settling of balance of Mrs. J. Prather, December 12, 1868
21Greensboro: Official letter, December 12, 1868
Alex Ramsay's authority to accept and receive money of Prather's by Geo Hull Camp to Harrison
21Greensboro: Geo Hull Camp to A. Ramsay, December 12, 1868
21Walton's Ford: A. H. Ramsay to Geo Hull Camp, January 15, 1869
21Greensboro: Geo Hull Camp to J. M. Doyle, April 18, 1870
21Savannah: C. B. King to Col Jones, February 18, 1870
21Walhalla, SC: J. J. Norton to Geo Hull Camp, April 5, 1870
22Savannah: C. B. King to Geo Hull Camp, February 24, 1870
22Walhalla SC: J. M. Doyle to Geo Hull Camp, April 15, 1870
22Greensboro: Geo Hull Camp to J. J. Norton, April 18, 1870
22Marietta: Geo Hull camp to T. S. Lewis, January 4, 1904
22Alpharetta: T. S. Lewis to Col Blair, January 9, 1904
 

Series 7: Camp Deeds (Keeler Collection)

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101Baldwin County: Deed between Enoch Hall and George Baber-lot 662, December 1, 1838
1Baldwin County: Deed between Abraham B. Davidson on part of Enoch Hall and George Baber-lot 662, December 1, 1838
1Cobb County: Deed between Robert Hutchinson to Archibald Smith, February 1, 1853
1Cobb County: Bond for title between Noah McAfee to Jack Gregory, August 15, 1896
1Cob County: Title from John Dunwoody to Robert Hutchinson, trustee for Susan Allest for lots of land in the first district and second section of Cobb county, April 19, 1850
1Envelope containing 3 deeds-addressed to Col James S. Bulloch
2Cobb County: Geo Hull Camp giving bond for title to Mary C. Kimball, February 15, 1875
2Cobb County: Deed from Milton Crawford to James S. Bulloch-lot 629-1-2, April 11, 1840
2Fulton County: Deed from T. G. Healey to L. B. Davis, December 7, 1862
2Camden County: Deed from Henry Bacon to Enoch Hall, November 18, 1837
2Cobb County: Lepe Arlin to Milton Crawford-lot 629-1-2, February 10, 1838
2Cobb County: Deed Isaac Towers to A. Howell-614-1-2, November 21, 1836
2Cobb County: Deed for Tranquilla from Jane Margaret Camp to daughter Sarah Atwood Camp, December 19, 1908
3McIntosh County: John M. Atwood to Geo Hull Camp confirmation Ratification (1 on sheet included), August 27, 1877
3Cobb County: Ann M. McIntosh deed to Jane Margaret camp for children: Annie Camp Field, Walter Alfred Camp, Sarah Atwood Camp, Hattie Hale Camp (2 on sheet included), April 1902
3Cobb County: James Baugh (deceased) to A. G. Anderson, John Winters, and Henry G. Cole (3 on sheet included), July 4, 1854
3Cobb County: T. H. Moore to G. W. Chambers-lot 679-1-2 (4 on sheet included), February 8, 1859
3Cobb County: Deed from Henry H. Massey to James G. Dougherty-lot 679-1-2 (5 on sheet included), January 1, 1853
3Cobb County: James G. Dougherty to John E. White-lot 679-1-2 (6 on sheet included), February 14, 1853
3Cob County: John E. White to T. H. Moore-lot 679-1-2 (7 on sheet included), February 14, 1853
3Cherokee County: Grant to James Baugh-lot 710-1-2 (8 on sheet included), December 24, 1831
3Milton County ; George W. Chambers to Charles A. Dunwoody (9 on sheet included), March 18, 1859
3Fulton County: Geo Hull Camp (trustees) to Hoke Smith (10 on sheet included), August 1883
3Cobb County: Charles A. Dunwoody to N. A. Pratt and N. King trustees of Jane M. Camp (11 on sheet included), August 4, 1863
4Envelope which is large brown with "Jane M. Camp Life Interest Papers" on it McIntosh County: Decree in the Atwood Estate Case at Ann Atwood's death, May Term 1881
4Cobb County Date Unknown: Decree settling between Geo Hull Camp, Walter Camp, and Talcott H. Camp
4Atlanta: J. H. James to Geo Hull Camp, June 24, 1875
4Atlanta: J. H. James to Geo Hull Camp, April 19, 1875
4Cobb County: Bond for Titles Geo Hull Camp to P. B. Hanalson, October 16, 1873
4Cobb County: Deed John S. Anderson Sheff to Henry H. Massey, August 6, 1850
4Cobb County: J. A. G. Anderson to Charles A. Dunwoody-lot 710-1-2, April 18, 1859
5Cobb County: Deed Jonas A. Fuller to Geo Hull Camp, November 17, 1877
5Cobb County: Power of attorney from A. B. Javelgan to Enoch Hall-lot 662-1-2, November 8, 1834
5Cobb County: George Baber to James S. Bulloch, March 4, 1840
5Jackson City: Deed Charles Prices to Isaac Towers-lot 614-1-2, December 25, 1834
5Cobb County: Land Purchase James Bentley to James S. Bulloch, May 12, 1839
5Cobb County: Bond George Baber to James S. Bulloch, January 5, 1839
5Cobb County: Title Robert Hutchinson Admor Estate J. S. Bulloch to John Dunwoody, February 13, 1850
5Cobb County: John Thompson to George Baber, December 9, 1838
5Cobb County: Branan Thomas to George Baber, October 5, 1838
5Cobb County: David Robinson to George Baber, December 5, 1838
5Cobb County ; A. E. Cowell deed to James S. Bulloch-lot 614-1-2, March 4, 1840
5Crawford County: Hezekiah McKiney to George Baber, February 2, 1839
5Cobb County: John Thompson-power of attorney to George Baber, November 11, 1833
 

Series 8: Camp & Keeler Papers (Misc.)

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11Keeler Estate Papers
George Camp
Jane Camp
Sally Camp Keeler
 

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12Art, photographs, and ledgers
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13Camp vacation albums, photographs, and booklets
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14Photographs
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15Ledgers
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16Correspondence and booklets
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17Books and assorted papers
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18Scrapbook albums, correspondence, and newspapers