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1 Title:   John Watrous Beckwith sermons  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Beckwith, John W. (John Watrous), 1831-1890  
  Dates:   1853-1891  
The collection consists of the sermons of John W. Beckwith from 1853-1890. Handwritten sermons include the title, scripture referenced, and a listing of location and date of delivery. The collection also includes a "memoriam" about Beckwith adapted by the Perlee Club, May 18, 1891, with portions translated by J.F. Adams; an editorial to the Birmingham Magazine regarding Archbishop Parker; an essay on the history of the English Church; and several fragments and untitled sermons.
  Identifier:   ms50  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   Reverend Samuel Frink sermons  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Frink, Samuel, 1735-1771  
  Dates:   1767-1771  
The collection consists of a manuscript volume containing seven sermons, probably in the hand of Reverend Samuel Frink, while rector of Christ Church, Savannah, Georgia from 1767-1771.
  Identifier:   ms1040  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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3 Title:   Nellie Peters Black papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Black, Nellie Peters, 1851-1919  
  Dates:   1875-1920  
The collection consists of papers of Nellie Peters Black from 1875-1920. The collection primarily contains materials relating to Black's involvement in various organizations and in her stock farm. Includes records (1905-1928) relating to Black's position as secretary of the Women's Auxiliary of the Atlanta Archdeaconry of the Episcopal Church; programs (1906-1907, 1909-1911) of the Every Saturday Club (Atlanta, Ga.), a literary society; a scrapbook (1898-1911) containing correspondence, accounts, and newspaper clippings relating to her involvement in the Atlanta Free Kindergarten Association; and a scrapbook (1914-1915) documenting her role in establishing agricultural rallies through the Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs. Other materials relating to Black include diaries of a trip to Mexico (1875) and two European tours (1904, 1906); speeches, newspaper clippings, and an extensive collection of photographs of the Peters and Black families. The papers include the manuscript and galley proofs of the reminiscences of her father, Richard Peters; some correspondence of her husband George R. Black; and account books (1897-1916) of the Richard Peters Stock Farm (Calhoun, Gordon County, Ga.). Also includes papers of her daughter Nita Black Rucker (1900-1940) mainly family correspondence and Rucker's writings about Cora Harris and Nellie Black Peters.
  Identifier:   ms235  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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