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Malcolm Bell's Major Butler's Legacy papers

Malcolm Bell's Major Butler's Legacy papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Malcolm Bell's Major Butler's Legacy papers
Creator: Bell, Malcolm, 1913-2001
Inclusive Dates: 1974-1997
Language: English
Extent: 4 Linear Feet
Collection Number: ms4170
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Historical Note

Malcolm Bell, Jr. (1913-2001) was a banker, historian, civil leader, and civil rights advocate from Savannah, Georgia.

For more information, see Malcolm Bell, Jr. in the New Georgia Encyclopedia.

Pierce Butler (1744-1822) came to America in 1758 as an officer in the British Army. Butler was delegate to the Continental Congress in 1787; member of the convention which framed the Federal Constitution in 1787; elected to the United States Senate in 1789; reelected December 5, 1792, and served from March 4, 1789, to October 25, 1796.

For more information on the Butler family, see this article.

Scope and Content

This collection contains research notes, drafts, illustrations, and correspondence regarding Malcom Bell's publication of his book Major Butler's Legacy.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Malcolm Bell's Major Butler's Legacy papers, ms4170, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Authors, American -- Southern States.
Butler, Pierce, 1744-1822
Butler, Pierce, 1807-1867
Illustrations (layout features)
Kemble, Fanny, 1809-1893
Plantation life -- Georgia.
Proofs (Printing)
Research notes.
Slavery -- Georgia -- History.

Related Collections in this Repository

Related collections include the Butler family papers, ms1639, the Pierce Butler letter to Petit de Vliiers, ms1498, and the Fanny Kemble collection, ms2459.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
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11-4Correspondence
 
15-6Butler correspondence
 
17Inquiries for publication
 
18UGA Press
 
19Permission
 
110Changes
 
111Paperback edition
 
112New Butler material
 
113Peripheral material
 
114Butler material after publication
 
115-16Miscellaneous
 
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21Reviews, clippings
 
22Notes, transcriptions of Fanny Kemble Butler and others
 
23MB Jr. Butler material
 
24Introduction - notes
 
251. Carolina Gentry - notes
 
262. Patriot - notes
 
273. Spoils of War - notes
 
284-5. Private Life - notes
 
296-7. Public Life - notes
 
2108. Altamaha - notes
 
2119. Georgia - notes
 
21210. The Slaves - notes
 
21311. Honored Sir - notes
 
21412. War of 1812 - notes
 
21513. 2d Generation Butlers - notes
 
21615. Mease Boys - notes
 
21716. Enter FK - notes
 
21817. Negroland - notes
 
21918. Butler v. Butler - notes
 
22019. Weeping Time - notes
 
22120, 21, 22. Civil War - notes
 
22223. Why Be Free - notes
 
22324. Massa Jimmy - notes
 
22425. Gravestones - notes
 
22526. Up To God - notes
 
22627. Lady Baltimore - notes
 
227Epilogue
 
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31-2Biographical sketches
 
33-4Talks
 
35-8Original manuscripts
 
39Journal of the Butler Society journals with notes (4)
 
3Major Butler's Legacy - hardcover with notes and miscellaneous papers
 
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41Mounted llustrations
 
42Illustrations (some original prints)
 
43Major Butler's Legacy - marked page proof
 
44Major Butler's Legacy - hardcover page proof, unbound