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Gifts to Manuscripts Division Announced 2004
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  • Bill of sale, 3 Feb. 1858, for Emma, a slave sold by G.V. Ancker, Charleston, S.C., to Dennis C. Daniels

  • Records, 1895-1981, of Clinton and Lydia Cotton Mills (Laurens County, S.C.) founded by M.S. Bailey

  • Letter, 25 Mar. 1779, from Thomas Bee to Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln

  • Handbill, ca 1912, "Governor [Coleman Livingston] Blease’s Record as to Negroes"

  • Moses Brown Papers, 5 Oct. 1791 to 16 Jan. 1801 [Addition]

  • Program, 11-13 Apr. 1930, for the “Seventh Annual Colored Older Boy’s Conference” held at Claflin University

  • Printed Contract, 9 Feb. 1905, signed by Coast Line Telephone Company President C.B. Jenkins

  • Connor Family Papers, 1890-1951

  • Sudie Miller Furman Dabbs Papers, 1858-1926

  • Records, 1891-1897, of the Dibble Light Dragoons (Orangeburg, S.C.)

  • Rosslee Green Douglas Papers, 1938-2003

  • John William Flinn Papers, 1798-1942

  • Carlisle Floyd Research files, 1934-2000

  • John Howard Furman Papers, 1851-1853

  • Samuel F. Garlington Autograph Album, 1886-1890

  • Diary, 28 Jan.-19 June 1865, of First Sergeant Wilbur F. Haughawout

  • Heyward Family Papers, 1790-1893 [Addition]

  • Addition, 1864-1865, to the Heyward Family Papers from another donor

  • Letter, 8 Mar. 1899, Peter Helton (Charlotte, N.C.) to Mr. Sträler (Spartanburg, S.C.)

  • Charles Jones Colcock Hutson Papers, 1864-1866

  • James Rhett Jackson Papers, 1930-2003

  • Papers, 1770-1905, of the Kaigler and Davis Families

  • Laurel Hill Plantation Account book, 1856-1873 (Charleston County, S.C.)

  • Harriet Evelyn “Eva” LeConte Memorandum Book, 1862 and undated

  • Broadside, 25 October 1867 (Lexington District, S.C.) signed in print by Dr. J.W. Lowman

  • John Paul Lucas, Jr., Papers, 1924-1971

  • Settlement, 11 May 1842, Decided by Vardry McBee and John M. Roberts

  • Records, 1867-1924, of Mitchell and Smith Law Firm (Charleston, S.C.)

  • Land Document, ca. 1807, Regarding Access to Wharf of Jacob Motte (Charleston, S.C.)

  • Records, [ca. 1850s?] of Mount Pleasant Ferry Company (Charleston County, S.C.)

  • Donald L. Poinessa Papers, Aug. 3-Dec. 14, 1945

  • Frederick A. Porcher Papers, 1855-1899 [Addition]

  • Letter, 16 Jan. 1838, H[ugh] A. Munroe to William Moultrie Reid

  • Reynolds Family Papers, 1870-1950

  • Letter, 15 Sept. 1938, Ben Robertson (Clemson, S.C.) to “My dear Mrs. Wolfe” [Asheville, N.C.]

  • William Drayton Rutherford Papers, 1859-1897 [Addition]

  • Records, 1850-1932, of the Rutledge and Young Law Firm (Charleston, S.C.)

  • Alexander Samuel Salley, Jr., Papers, 1899-1950 [Addition]

  • Letter, 31 July 1924, Cyrus Luther Shealy to Olin D. Johnston

  • Letter, 25 Sept. 1931, Elliott [White] Springs (Lancaster, S.C.) to T.E. Shaw, (England)

  • William Knox Tate Papers, 1894-1952

  • Records, 1897-1913, of the United Daughters of the Confederacy - Edward Croft Chapter (Aiken, S.C.)

  • Letter, 2 Dec. 1833, John M. Waring (Cook’s P[ost] O[ffice], S.C.) to Mr. A. Feaster (Fairfield District, S.C.)

  • Watson Family Papers, 1847-1887

  • Dr. Samuel Gilbert Webber Papers, 1862-1865

  • Receipt, 3 Mar. 1857 (Columbia, S.C.) to C[hristopher] Werner for Palmetto Regiment Monument

  • Business Letterbook (Abbeville, S.C.), 1859-1863, of John White

  • Letter, 22 Oct. 1826, David R[ogerson] Williams (Cheraw, S.C.) to Col. James Chesnut (Camden, S.C.)

  • N.F. Wilson Papers, 1875-1878

  • “Dark Days of the Confederacy,” 29 Aug. 1915, Memoir by Annie E. Witherspoon



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