Deed of 116 acres of land, Lincoln County NC, October 1829, to “York, a molatto man, fread by the last will and testament of John Boyd, senior, deceased.” Acc. 2016-046.
John Miles, A.L.S., June 16, 1830, Charleston, to Malachi Ford, Ordinary for Colleton District, Walterboro. With 1 page manuscript ledger for 1822.
Fanny Wilson Johnson, Greenfield [near Chillicothe, Ohio?], A.L.S. to Eliza W. Pitkin, her sister, Dresde, Ohio, March 1, 1832. Mentions cases of influenza and friend teaching in Female Academy in Greenville.
Robert [B.] Gilchrist (S.C. District Attorney 1831-1839), A.L.S., Charleston, February 11, 1833 to J.J. Townsend, Railway Supply Contractors, New York. Mentions nullification, tariff, harbor, forts, and number of soldiers.
O.G. Robinson, clerk, A.L.S., December 3, 1838, second letter of citation to Sister E. S. Parker regarding church discipline.
C. McCormick, A.L.S., Berryville, Jan. 9, 1844 to Joseph Weaver (Warrenton, VA), and second letter to Weaver, March 1, 1844 regarding recovery of slaves, wrongfully taken.
Subscribers’ debt collection form letter from The Emancipator offices, Boston (Leavitt & Alden), 1846. Acc. 2016-105
Deed, sale of slaves, John D. M’Cullough to Samuel W. Evans, Darlington County, January 2, 1847. Acc. 2010-006.
W. M. Ramsey, A.L.S., Culpepper Court House, VA, August 1, 1861, to Hugh regarding the death of Tom Joseph Weaver (Warrenton, VA).
Greenville Ladies Aid Society, solicitation, Caroline Gilman and Mrs. P. Pierce, July 8, [1863?]
Jackson, A.L.S. to John Howard Furman, James Island, August 26, 1863. [Jackson was an enslaved man requisitioned by the CSA to build defenses in coastal South Carolina during the war. This letter was dictated by Jackson and written by a Confederate soldier named H. Mobley. Acc. 2018-072.
Jackson, A.L.S. to John Howard Furman, James Island, October 24, 1864. Acc. 2018-071.
Harriet [Harriette] Mathila Grady, diary transcription photocopies, Greenville, S.C., January 4, 1865 to April 19, 1865. Married Maj. John Ferguson (1865) [had attended Furman University 1859].
John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-1892), holograph poem “Not by the page word painted” on the reverse side of an engraved portrait, dated June 11, 1879.
Rev. Thomas Orkney Tongue (1838-1900), autograph biography of his early life, ca. 1890. Acc. 2008-084. [Tongue was an ancestor of Robert Tucker’s first wife, Mary Kent Seagle].
Varina Howell Davis, A.L.S. on mourning stationery to Col. L. S. Brown, Washington, D.C., November 17, 1890. Acc. 0000-035.
Note on the death of Isaiah Grandison Baker (ca.1835-1893).
Admiral George Dewey, A.L.S. to Mr. Hyde, March 22, 1898. Together with the engraved menu to a dinner for Dewey at the Metropolitain Club, Washington, D.C., November 27, 1897.
Z. T. Cody, pastor of First Baptist Church, Greenville, A.L.S. to Dawson, October 1, 1904. Acc. 2005-016
Z. T. Cody, The Baptist Courier Co., T.L.S. to Dr. R. W. Sanders, Greenville, June 10, 1915. Response regarding previous article submissions [possibly letter to the editor], 1915; handwritten letter to Prof. J. M. Harris from Sanders “The Keys of the Kingdom.” Acc. 2004-045.
Charlotte Easton [Assistant Professor of Biology, GWC 1928-1932, and Furman, 1933-1944], T.L.S. to her mother, April 27, 1918, 5 pages, from Paris, reporting on the war. Acc. 2012-026.
William E. Bomar, “A Short History of 323rd Ambulance Company in WWI” typescript photocopy, 1963. Acc. 2017-029.
Bonnie Bett Smith Adams (daughter of Daniel Townsend Smith (1842-1929, “The Saga of Augusta Road,” manuscript photocopy, 1975.
J. H. Mitchell, letters to Mary Wilder Colson, 1958-1960. Typescript biographical sketches of Mary Wilder Colson and Rev. Howard Paul Colson by their daughter, Rosemary Colson. Acc. 2014-024. [See also: Map Case 2, Drawer 5, Folder 3- Pee Dee Academy Diploma; William James Wilder, Acc. #2013-055].
Genealogical research of Francis Chandler Furman, 2014. RESTRICTED Access until 2024. Acc. 2014-068.
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Susan E. M. Scott Green letter from Fredricksburg to husband, March 19, 1842
1868 Contested Election Case of Wallace vs. Simpson (Reconstruction election violence/ intimidation) [see South Caroliniana Vertical file for additional information on this case]
“Beautiful Extract from a temperance address,” ca. 19th c