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1 Title:   Map of the property of H. S. Welles  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Unknown  
  Dates:   circa 1871  
Map of the property of H. S. Welles comprising 131 4/10 acres bounded by the proprietors of the City of Brunswick, lands of A. G. P. Dodge, and the Turtle River. Includes B & A Rail Road, M & B Rail Road, Bay Street, Town Commons, salt marsh. Includes various property lines: line run by Dart and Postell by the deed from the commissioner to John Tiles dated 1798; line run by Dart & Postell between Welles and Town Commons; line run by Wm. Hughes for the Planters Bank of SAvannah October 1852; and line run by William Hughes in January 1857.
  Identifier:   hmap1871b6  
  Repository:   Hargrett Map Collection  
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2 Title:   Arabella Clark Cleveland collection  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Dent family  
  Dates:   1912-1973  
The collection consists of letters to Arabella Cleveland from the Dent family and a few other friends, although the majority of the letters are from Ophelia. After their father's death, Miriam and Ophelia operated a dairy on the plantation, and the letters describe daily life on the plantation including weather, the Hofwyl dairy, food, flowers, servants, family dogs and poignant letters about their deaths, social events, travel, antiques, sewing and clothes. Ophelia often visited the Belins at their home Evermay (Washington, DC) and the DuPonts at their estate Longwood (Kennett Square, PA). The Dents were friends with the Haynes family at Ashantilly, the Huston family at Butler Plantation and the Phillips family in Savannah.
  Identifier:   ms3407  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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3 Title:   Henry Pattillo Farrow family papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Farrow, Henry P. (Henry Pattillo), 1834-1907  
  Dates:   1855-1937  
The collection consists of papers of Henry Pattillo Farrow and Farrow family members from 1855-1937. The papers include correspondence, letter books, newspapers, clippings, printed material, bills, receipts, account books, and photographs. The bulk of the collection relates to Henry Pattillo Farrow and documents his involvement in Republican politics in Georgia during and after Reconstruction; his positions as Georgia Attorney-General, U.S. District Attorney, collector of customs for the Port of Brunswick (Ga.), and as postmaster of Gainesville (Ga.). Materials pertaining to Farrow's administration of the Porter Springs resort Queen of the Mountains include hotel ledgers (1877-1896), account books (1886-1892), registers (1893, 1899), a cash book (1886-1889), a memorandum book (1886-1904), and employees lists (1889-1891). From 1907-1937, the collection consists of business and family correspondence of John A. Whitner (Farrow's son-in-law) and Henry F. Whitner mainly pertaining to the administration of the Queen of the Mountains resort.
  Identifier:   ms94  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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