Artie Chandler collection of Georgia memorabilia

Artie Chandler collection of Georgia memorabilia

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Library
Creator: Chandler, Artie
Title: Artie Chandler collection of Georgia memorabilia
Dates: 1800-1867
Quantity: 2.0 folder(s)
Coll. Number: ms911

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of manuscripts and printed materials collected to commemorate Artie Chandler, from 1800-1867. Papers include receipted bills for schooling, University of Georgia Commencement programs, Confederate certificates, and a broadside captioned “Mr. Jefferson’s Voice.”


Index Terms

Affidavits.
Athens Ladies Memorial Association (Athens, Ga.).
Bonds--Confederate States of America.
Broadsides (notices)
Commencement ceremonies.
Invoices.
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 -- Correspondence
University of Georgia.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation note

Artie Chandler collection of Georgia memorabilia, ms911, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Material

Published materials accompanying the collection have been cataloged individually with an associated collection note, and can be found in GIL by searching the title of this collection.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
BoxFolder
11Papers, 1800-1864
Fragment of a bill dated 1800, to a person not named [Cleveland?] for items purchased by "your son Benjamin" and "for Miss Polly Cleveland (?) your daughter," and an affidavit by William Steele that the above amount of 10-5-8 is due him, sworn to June 15, 1803 before John Taylor (South Carolina, Pendleton District).
Bill receipted for school expenses for Miss Anna Franklin at Salem Boarding School 1815-1816, owed to Abraham Steiner and paid by Col. Bedney Franklin, dated May 21, 1816.
Bill receipted to Mr. F. Yerbey, from Bones & Carmichael of Augusta, Georgia, for items for a saw mill, dated July 28, 1838.
Certificate, Confederate States Depository, stating that L. Franklin has bought $300.00 worth of Confederate Bonds, dated March 24, 1864.
Certificate, Confederate States Depository, stating that L. Franklin has bought $600.00 worth of Confederate Bonds, dated April 1, 1864.
Broadside: Ladies Memorial Association of Athens, Georgia, "A Grand Fair," held to raise funds for the Confederate Memorial, undated.
Valentine, mailed from Augusta, Georgia to Miss M. O. Yerby, care of Mrs. S. H. Yerby, Athens, Georgia, undated.
 
OS Folder
1Broadsides, 1829-1867
Broadside: "Mr. Jefferson's Voice," Extra of The Virginian for April 6, 1829, Lynchburg, and letters from Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Kercheval, 1816, re: calling a Convention to reform the State Constitution.
Broadside: University of Georgia Program for the Sophomore declamation, dated August 5, 1867.
Broadside: University of Georgia Commencement program, dated August 7, 1867.