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1 Title:   William A. Little and John D. Little scrapbook and commission  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Little family  
  Dates:   1896-1902  
The collection consists of two items: a scrapbook containing newspaper articles concerning John D. Little and William A. Little dated 1898-1902; and the commission of William A. Little as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, dated December 28, 1896.
  Identifier:   ms224  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   Joseph Henry Lumpkin papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Lumpkin, Joseph Henry, 1856-1916  
  Dates:   1893-1917  
The collection consists of papers of Joseph Henry Lumpkin from 1893-1917. Includes primarily correspondence and receipts. The correspondence is mostly personal in nature and contains letters to and from friends and colleagues, his brother Edwin K. Lumpkin discussing family matters, and various charitable organizations in Atlanta that he supported. The collection contains a scattering of material relating to his professional life as a lawyer and judge. Of particular interest are letters regarding his 1906 campaign for the Georgia Supreme Court.
  Identifier:   ms1776  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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3 Title:   Joseph Rucker and Clarinda Pendleton Lamar papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Lamar, Clarinda Pendleton, 1856-1943  
  Dates:   1792-1936  
note This collection consists of the papers of Joseph Rucker and Clarinda Pendleton Lamar from 1792-1936 and includes correspondence, scrapbooks, certificates, engagement books, invitations, speeches, and telegrams pertaining to Joseph Lamar's service on the Georgia and U.S. Supreme Courts; Clarinda Lamar's involvement with the Colonial Dames of America; and the Lamars' personal and public life in Augusta, Georgia and Washington, D.C. Correspondents of Justice Lamar, many of whom also continued to correspond with Mrs. Lamar after his death, included Augusta friends W. H. Barrett, J. C. C. Black, E. H. Callaway, Ed. B. Hook and Andrew J. Cobb of Athens. Other notables included Woodrow Wilson, William H. Taft, Charles Evans Hughes, Oliver Wendell Holmes, James A. Garfield, William Jennings Bryan, and Octave Thanet (pseudonym of author Alice French). Mrs. Lamar also corresponded with Helen Taft, Mary Custis Lee, Edith Bolling Wilson, Martha Berry, Daisy Low (Juliette Gordon), and Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt.
  Identifier:   ms22  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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