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Douglas, George

Douglas, George collection contains 7 folders in 1 box(es):
Folders are listed in alphabetical order.

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CORRESPONDENCE in box 1
    all photocopies:
    Songs by Emily Douglas
    Correspondence from Rebecca Goodloe to her daughters
    Correspondence to Mary Douglas from Miriam Stevenson
    Various correspondence involving Rebecca Winneford, George Douglas, Lizzie Douglas, N. L. Douglas, Mary Douglas, J. D. Orr, J. M. Bell and Sue Bell, and Laura Douglas

CORRESPONDENCE in box 1
    all photocopies:
    Letter to Sue Bell from J. N. Bell (no date)
    Letter to Sue Bell from George Douglas (Jan. 28, 1869)
    Letters to Lizzie Douglas from George Douglas (March 20, 1864, May 10, 1864, July 10, 1864)
    Letters to George Douglas from Sue Bell (one with no date, Feb. 10, 1863, May 7, 1863)
    Letters to George Douglas from J. M. Bell (April 2, 1864)
    Letter to George Douglas from Lizzie and Laura (Jan. 11, 1864)
    Letters to George Bell from Rebecca Winneford (July 23, 1864, Feb. 21, 1864, May 12, 1863, Sep. 4, 1864, Dec. 11, 1864, March 5, 1864)
    Letter to George Douglas from N. B. Winneford (1863)
    Letters to George Douglas from Lizzie Douglas (two from 1863 - month unknown, April 15, 1863, Jan. 22, 1863, Feb. 10, 1863, May 7, 1863, April 2, 1863)
    Letter to George and Warren from Lizzie (Jan. 28, 1863)

CORRESPONDENCE & LEGAL PAPERS in box 1
    all photocopies:
    Land deed from 1887
    Warranty deed from 1891
    Letters to Lizzie Douglas from L. A. Jettson (March 20, 1883, March 3, 1878, Feb. 1, 1874)
    Letter to Lizzie Douglas from Maybel Jettson (April 8, 1874)
    Letter to Lizzie Douglas from L. Columbia Goodloe (Jan. 21, 1874)
    Letters to Lizzie Douglas from Lizzie Graves (two with no date, March 10, 1867, Sep. 16, 1868, Sep. 30, 1867, Aug. 28, 1867, May 10, 1867, Nov. 20, 1868)
    Letter to Lizzie Douglas from M. E. Goodloe (Feb. 12, 1865)
    Letter to George Douglas from sisters Lizzie and Laura (during Civil War)
    Letter to George Douglas from Sue Bell and Lizzie (Aug. 19, 1864)
    Letters to George Douglas from Laura Douglas (one with no date, Feb. 1, 1865)
    Letters to George Douglas from Lizzie Douglas (three with no date, April 21, 1865, April 14, 1864, Nov. 13, 1864, Feb. 19, 1864, June 28, 1864, April 30, 1864, Sep. 6, 1864, Aug. 5, 1864)

CORRESPONDENCE & LEGAL PAPERS in box 1
    all photocopies:
    Various legal papers, including promissory notes, warranty deeds, power of attorney papers, inventory of N. L. Douglas' land (1874), tax documents, and correspondence about the inheritance of Rebecca Alexander
    Letter to N. L. Douglas from Henry Douglas (Jan. 12, 1855)
    Letter to Mary Douglas from Henry Douglas (April 8, 1853)
    Business letter to N. L. Douglas from James Bass (April 18, 1854)
    Poem by George Douglas (1867) and various other poems
    2 Letters to Lizzie Douglas from Sarah Gail Douglas Headrick (one 1893)
    One unidentified letter, and 2 portions of letters (one mentions Lizze and Laura Douglas and one mentions George's death in 1923)
    Endorsement from congregation at Sylvana Church for George Douglas in 1883
    Sermon notes of L. Douglas in 1883
    "The Beauty of Culture" by Sarah Douglas (essay)
    "Parting from Friends" by Emma Bell (essay)
    Letter to Sue Bell from L. H. Jettson (Feb. 20, 1870)
    Letter to George and Lizzie Douglas from Jesse Douglas (Aug. 30, 1869)
    Letter to Sarah Douglas from Jesse Douglas (June 15, 1884)
    Letter to George Douglas from Jesse Douglas (Nov. 28, 1869)

CORRESPONDENCE & LOAN PAPERS in box 1
    Copies of numerous correspondence within the Douglas family
    Copies of loan papers from 1939

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DAYBOOK OF N. L. DOUGLAS in box 1
    all photocopies:
    The Daybook of N. L. Douglas of Murfreesboro TN and Ellis County, Liberty Settlement, Red Oak TX beginning Jan. 4, 1830
    Business correspondence of N. L. Douglas

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POEMS, ETC. in box 1
    all photocopies:
    Numerous poems by George Douglas from 1860's and 1870's
    Essay: "What are social parties?" by George Douglas
    Copy of George's personal notebook, including financial records and personal recordings