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1 Title:   New Orleans Exposition photograph  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition (1884-1885 : New Orleans, La.)  
  Dates:   1885  
The collection consists of a single photograph taken at the Exposition, depicting a large company of men posing in military attire. In the background are men dressed in civilian clothing, including John A. Stephens, who had previously served as a Confederate lieutenant in the 15th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry.
  Identifier:   ms3890  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   Southern ports import-export record book  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Unknown  
  Dates:   1855-1878, 1886-1888  
An import-export record book documenting trade of cotton, rice, and lumber from the ports of Charleston (S.C.), Mobile (Ala.), New Orleans (La.) and Savannah (Ga.) to Spain or the West Indies from 1855-1878, 1886-1888. Each entry gives the date of arrival, name and type of ship, name of the captain, port of origin, date of departure, and destination.
  Identifier:   ms731  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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3 Title:   Godfrey Barnsley family papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Barnsley, Godfrey, 1805-1873  
  Dates:   1806-1903  
The collection consists of papers of Godfrey Barnsley and the Barnsley family from 1806-1903. The papers consist mainly of correspondence, letter books, and financial records. The correspondence (bulk 1828-1873) and letter books (1837-1873, with gaps) pertain to personal and business matters relating to Barnsley's occupation as a cotton factor and merchant. Correspondents include Barnsley's business partners John Day, William D. Duncan, John R. Gardner, Edmund M. Sager, and James Sager and family members including his wife Julia Scarborough Barnsley, his uncle George Barnsley of Liverpool, and his children. Many of the family letters were written from Woodlands Plantation in Bartow County, Georgia to Barnsley while he attended to business in Savannah (Ga.), Mobile (Ala.), and New Orleans (La.) and discuss family and plantation matters. Some of the correspondence relates to his position with the Port of Savannah as vice consul and interim of the Netherlands and vice consul for the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. The collection also contains transcripts of much of the correspondence.
  Identifier:   ms1737  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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