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Scope and Content This collection contains seven letters to Matilda Eppes Garrett from her husband Gray Garrett and son Henry Garrett. Matilda and Gray Garrett lived in Tazewell, Claiborne County, Tennessee. Henry Garrett was an attorney in Dadeville, Alabama. Also included is a post card to Mrs. J. Montgomery, director of the Mary Gay Chapter of the Children of the Confederacy; three ballads belonging to Martha Louise Blassingame Graham, who was born in Monroe, Georgia on December 4, 1850, and once taught...
Scope and Content This collection contains the personal and business papers of the Garrett and Walthall families. Included are typescript transcripts of property records, estate records, and genealogical records. Some of the records transcribed were created as early as 1794 and reflect the families' personal wealth and, in some cases, the ownership of enslaved African Americans. Also included is an original application to the Daughters of the American Revolution and an account of the gardens of Walthall Place in...
Dates: 1937, undated