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1 Title:   Brumby and Hart family papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Brumby Zenere, Mira (Candle)  
  Dates:   1779-2011  
The collection consists of biographical information, genealogy, correspondence, writings, artwork, scrapbooks, financial papers, printed material and photographs. Much of the correspondence is between Sewell and Mary Brumby and from their friends, especially their friends in Japan. The Hart family correspondence revolves around Mary Elmira Bullard Hart, with letters from her husband William Thomas Hart, and their children Louise Hart Hunt (1911-1987), Mary Hart, and William Bullard Hart (1918-1985). There is also correspondence of Marianne Brumby, Mira Lee "Candle" Brumby, Sewell Robeson Brumby, the Bullard family, the Blackmar family and the Pittman family. John Ray (1792-1868) was a lawyer and teacher in Newnan, Georgia. The connection between the Ray/ Barker families and the Brumby/Hart families is unclear. Genealogy research done by Sewell Brumby concerns the Brumby, Hart, Sewell and Pittman extended families and includes research correspondence with family members. Writings are by various family members, especially the poetry of Louise Hart Hunt and family cookbooks and recipes used for Mary Brumby's publication. Several Blackmar family scrapbooks are included. Financial papers include estate papers of Mary Blackmar Bullard and Mary Elmira Hart with personal property inventories. There is also a household inventory of Sewell Brumby's house for insurance purposes, and information on loans and donations of Japanese items to museums. There are numerous photographs of family, houses and other subjects.
  Identifier:   ms3752  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   W. Porter Kellam library records  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Kellam, William Porter, 1905-1993  
  Dates:   1900s-1980s  
The W. Porter Kellam library records consist primarily of correspondence, which is separated into the into the categories of administrattion, donors and special collections. Notable correspondents include Senator Joseph McCarthy and Stephens Mitchell, Margaret Mitchell's brother. The collection also holds Kellam's administrative records such as library self-studies, minutes, annual reports. The collection contains significant information regarding the source of books and artifacts found in both the general Library and Special Collections stacks. In addition, this collection has numerous materials documenting the design, construction and interior decoration of the Main Library, its Annex and the Science Library.
  Identifier:   UA98-070  
  Repository:   University of Georgia Archives  
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