SC. Special Collections
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, family records, photos, and artifacts from Beatrice Lang. Corresondence includes personal and business-related matters. The bulk of the collection cosists of biographical materials on various Lang family members. It should be noted, that the Mary Givens Bryan collection was held and donated by Beatrice Lang, but is considered a seperate collection.
8 Items in total. Correspondence, legal documents, street map of St. Marys (Ga.), and a tax receipt. Of note are two letters. An 1812 letter of introduction for a Navy man stationed in St. Marys, and an affecting 1815 letter written by Samuel Ward announcing the death of a grandson, Samuel Clark.
This collection consists of 6 letters and a photograph of a sketch drawn by C.W. Motes while he was stationed in Virginia during the civil war. The letters are all written by C.W. Motes to his "friend," and future wife, Miss Emma White.
Of particular note is the letter written in June 1864 in which C.W. Motes responds to learning from an earlier letter that Miss Emma's love is reciprocated.
A collection of 84 WWI era postcards. One postcard is signed and dated 1918. Most of the postcards have themes involving romance and courtship, but there are several cards with war-time and military themes.
Bedell family papers. photographs, legal papers, newspaper clippings, correspondence (notably between Susan Bedell Huckabee and Lucille Hadley Chrismon), other materials concerning Woodbine Plantation.
Notable items include a large Bedell Family Tree, deeds, and the lease agreement for the bridge keepers house.
This collection is based upon the records created and collected by Isaac F. Arnow. The collection contains St. Marys tax surveys, the enlistment roster for the Camden County Minute Men (a Civil War era military unit), undated tax records, St. Marys Board of Education Minutes, correspondence, and descriptive essays.
This collection contains the James T. Vocelle Family papers and historical records, including photographs, deeds, slavery transactions, civil war correspondence, political appointments, marriage records, passport and citizenship records, Acadian and family genealogy, artifacts, and maps. The collection also contains personal and professional records, awards, appointments, speeches, and ephemera of James T. Vocelle.
This collections consists of two items:
1) a framed certificate of John M. Holzendorf appointment as Collector of Customs District of Saint Marys. Document Signed by Theodore Roosevelt.
2) a copy of an undated photograph of John M. Holzendorf
This collection contains correspondence (business and personal) research notes and articles, personal records, photos, and artifacts (non-Camden county land records) from Mary Givens Bryan.
A seperate box contains roughly 300 research requests for information pertaining to specific veterans. The box is labled "MGB," so the current assumption is that this box is a part of the Mary Givens Bryan papers.
1 box of records, most of which are not directly related to Orange Hall.
Includes one copy of the marriage contract between Scholastique Thibaudeau and Jean Remouillac, returns of real estate, inferior and superior court records, including a small number of petitions for citizenship, and several records pertaining to the Rudolph Family.
This collections contains research, correspondence, notes, photos, books, and other ephemera from Ruby Berrie, an avid historian who live in Glynn County and acted as the Secretary of the Brunswick Board of Trade and Fort Frederica Association.