|Creator:||Durham, Henry Clay, b. 1827|
|Creator:||Durham, Lindsey, 1789-1859|
|Creator:||Durham, Lindsey, 1825-1885|
|Creator:||Durham, Samuel Davis, 1841-1871|
|Creator:||Durham, William Walker, 1823-1884|
|Creator:||Richardson, D. R.|
|Creator:||Richardson, James J.|
|Title:||Lindsey Durham family papers|
|Quantity:||1.4 Linear feet (3 document boxes, 1 half box)|
|Abstract:||The collection consists of papers of the Lindsey Durham family from 1800-1919. The papers contain mainly correspondence of the Durham and Richardson families of Clarke County, Georgia. Records relating to the Durham family include correspondence to Dr. Lindsey Durham from several of his sons, including William Walker Durham, Henry Clay Durham, and Lindsey Durham, Jr. while attending medical school in Philadelphia; accounts of Dr. Samuel D. Durham (1859-1867); and medical school notes, lecture tickets, and some medical remedies and recipes. Materials relating to the Richardson family of Watkinsville, Georgia include letters from Edgar Richardson in Troup Artillery from Virginia and D.R. Richardson (unit unknown) from Virginia and North Carolina during the Civil War; letters (1847-1882) from James J. Richardson, to his mother, Letitia J. Richardson from Mexico and Texas; and letters from Edgar Richardson in Texas after the Civil War.|
Dr. Lindsey Durham (1789-1859), physician, resided in Scull Shoals, Clarke County, Georgia.
Arranged into 3 series and 2 subseries: Series 1. Durham Family papers (includes Subseries 1.1 Durham family papers and Subseries 1.2 Lindsey Durham letters ); Series 2. Medical Materials; and Series 3. Business and Legal Papers.
Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.
Dr. Lindsey Durham family papers, MS 757. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.