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Francis R. Goulding papers

Francis R. Goulding papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Francis R. Goulding papers
Creator: Goulding, F. R. (Francis Robert)
Creator: Ben Ali
Inclusive Dates: 1850-1986
Language: English
Extent: 1 Linear Feet 2 document boxes, 1 oversized folder, 2 artifacts
Collection Number: ms2807
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Historical Note

Francis Robert Goulding (1810-1881) graduated from the University of Georgia in 1830. Goulding authored the book The Young marooners on the Florida coast.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of correspondence, patent petitions, manuscripts of writings, notes, and other papers of Goulding; family correspondence; correspondence with the Georgia State Library, where Goulding's papers were previously housed, and others concerning the collection; and manuscript by Ben Ali (Bilali), an enslaved Arabic man from Sapelo Island, Ga., and correspondence, articles, and other papers relating to the manuscript.


Administrative Information

Ownership and Custodial History

Transferred from Georgia State Law Library, 1992.

Preferred Citation

Francis R. Goulding papers, ms2807, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.

Provenance

The Francis R. Goulding Collection contains materials originally given to the Georgia State Library in 1932.

Extract from Atlanta Journal magazine, 3 July 1932, concerning the Goulding family's gifts to the State Library; the artifacts listed are also included in this collection:

The tools with which his grandfather is said to have made the first sewing machine have been loaned to the state library by Frank Goulding, of Atlanta, for exhibit with the memorial collection. These tools, a rather crude brace bit and spoke shaver, were given Mr. Goulding by his uncle, the captain (Benjamin L. Goulding). Mr. Goulding has also lent a walking stick, made of teakwood from the Himalayan Mountains and which must have belonged to Thomas Goulding... for on its silver head is engraved, 'Dr. Goulding, May, 1705.'

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: 2009 September 11.


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Academic libraries -- Georgia
American literature -- Georgia.
Arabic literature -- Georgia.
Arabs -- Georgia.
Authors, American -- Georgia.
Clergy -- Georgia.
Georgia State Library
Goulding family
Inventions -- Georgia.
Inventors -- Georgia.
Presbyterian Church -- Clergy.
Presbyterian Church -- Georgia.
Slavery -- Georgia -- History.
Slaves -- Georgia.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

Goulding Papers

boxfolder
11Charles Goulding's grave
12Clippings
13Columbia Theological Seminary, pamphlet
14Correspondence to Benjamin Lloyd Goulding, 1870
15Correspondence to Benjamin Lloyd Goulding, 1871-1874
16Correspondence to Benjamin Lloyd Goulding, 1877-1881
17Correspondence to Charles Goulding
18Correspondence to Alexander H. Stephens, Mrs. Thomas Goulding, others, 1861, 1862, 1870
19Correspondence: from Benjamin Lloyd Goulding
110Correspondence : to Francis R. Goulding
111Correspondence to Benjamin Lloyd Goulding, 1869-1887
112Correspondence to Benjamin Lloyd Goulding, 1895-1918
113Correspondence to others
114Manuscript on ants
115Notes on Instinct, Nos. 1-3
116Notes on "various Subjects", Nos. 1-3
117Patent petition for crayon holders
118Photo-Roswell home
119Photos
120Sheet music, "From Greenland's Icy Mountains"
121Sheet music, "Missionary Hymn"
122State Library materials
 

Ben Ali (Bilali) Manuscript

boxfolder
21Manuscrip