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Dupree Hunnicutt papers

Dupree Hunnicutt papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Dupree Hunnicutt papers
Creator: Hunnicutt, Dupree, 1914-2005
Inclusive Dates: 1900-1946
Language(s): English
Extent: 0.8 Linear Feet (2 document boxes)
Collection Number: ms927
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Historical Note

Dupree Hunnicutt, Jr. was born in Athens, GA, August 1, 1914, a son of the late Deupree and Gabriella Lanier Hunnicutt, Sr. He was a graduate of the University of Georgia BA and LLB degrees Phi Beta Kappa. He was a State Representative in Clarke County, GA from 1938 until 1942, when he entered the Army and served in U.S. Intelligence. He had been the Chairman of the Democratic Committee in Harrison, NY. He worked as an Attorney.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of papers from the Dupree Hunnicutt house, Milledge Avenue, Athens, Georgia, including bank statements, cancelled checks, stubs and receipts, insurance statements, letters, etc., from 1900-1946. Athens businesses represented include: Auto and carriage shops, blacksmith shops, clothing stores, cotton mills, doctors, drug stores, dry good stores, electrical companies, furniture companies, grocery stores, jewelry stores, hardware stores, lumber companies, plumbing companies, roofing companies, shoe stores and undertakers. Also included are four letters and a copy of a will from the Long family, 1933-1946, and a notebook with an English translation, by Dupree Hunnicutt, from a Latin play.

Organization and Arrangement

The collection is organized into 2 boxes which contain a total of 24 folders. Box 1 contains: 1. Auto and carriage shops, 1908-1914. 2. Banking, bank stub books, 1907-1945. 3. Clothing and dry goods stores, 1908-1913. 4. Cotton merchants, 1906-1914. 5. Doctors, 1908-1914. 6. Drug stores, 1909-1912. 7. Electric contractors, 1908-1909. 8. Farm implements and tools, blacksmith shops, 1906-1910. 9. Furniture and undertaking, 1909. 10. Garage and tire companies, 1913-1914. 11. Hardware companies, 1909-1913. Box 2 contains: 1. Insurance. 2. Jewelers and watchmakers, 1907-1912. 3. Lumber companies, building material companies, 1909-1914. 4. Miscellaneous receipts. 5. Miscellaneous papers - Correspondence, house plan, notes, printed material. 6. Plumbing, roofing, general job shops, 1907-1913. 7. Printing shops, 1908-1909. 8. Salem Academy, North Carolina, 1912-1913. 9. Shoe stores, 1907-1914. 10. Translation of Latin play into English (notebook). 11. Wholesale grocery stores, 1909-1914. 12. Wholesale hardware and drug store, 1904-1914. 13. Will and letters from the Long family, 1927-1946. The collection is arranged in chronological order.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Dupree Hunnicutt papers, ms927, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: 2009 June 16.

Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Home economics -- Georgia -- Athens -- Accounting.
Hunnicutt, Dupree, 1914-2005 -- Correspondence
Legislators -- Georgia -- Clarke County.
Long family -- Correspondence
Plays (document genre)
Receipts (financial records)
University of Georgia -- Alumni and alumnae
Wills -- Georgia -- Athens.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

11Auto and carriage shops, 1908-1914 (38)
From Griffeth Implement Co., 238-240 Broad Street, 448-456 Broad Street; Klein and Martin, Athens; B. R. Pickrell, Athens
12Banking, bank stub books, 1907-1945 (67)
From Athens Savings Bank, Athens; Citizens and Southern Bank, Athens; Coweta National Bank, Newnan; National Bank of Athens, Athens; San Antonio National Bank, Texas; South Texas Bank & Trust, Texas
13Clothing and dry goods stores, 1908-1913 (32)
From Bee Hive, Broad Street; Sol J. Boley Co., 409 Broad Street; Misses Bradberry, Southern Mutual Building (Athens); Ed A. Cerf, Atlanta; Chamberlin-Johnson-DuBose Co., Atlanta; E. H. Dorsey, 115 Clayton Street; Chas. Stern Co., 233 Clayton Street; Wingfield Brothers & Co., 254 Clayton Street; Joe Wolf, 235 Broad Street
14Cotton merchants, 1906-1914 (73)
From W. J. Barrett, Athens; Hardeman & Phinizy, Athens; Hodgson Cotton Co., Athens; Mallison Braided Cord Co., Athens; Miller & Co., Athens; Oconee Oil Refining Co., Athens; Raymond Oil & Gin Co., Raymond; Southern Cotton Oil Co., Athens Mill; Southern Refining Co., Athens; S. F. Story, Thomas & Clayton Streets
15Doctors, 1908-1914 (27)
From W. A. Carlton, College Avenue & Clayton Street; D. G. DuPree, Athens; J. C. Johnson, Atlanta; Otis H. Johnson, Southern Mutual Building; M. F. Matthews, 220½ Clayton Street; D. L. Peacock, Athens; Nathaniel G. Slaughter, Southern Mutual Building; Maxie T. Summerlin, Southern Mutual Building
16Drug stores, 1909-1912 (28)
From E. C. McEvoy, Prince Avenue and Hill Street; Orr Drug Co., Clayton Street and College Avenue; H. R. Palmer & Sons, Athens; Prince Avenue Pharmacy, Prince Avenue and Hill Street; Todd Drug Co., Atlanta
17Electric contractors, 1908-1909 (4)
From B. T. Epps, Meigs Street and Prince Avenue; E. P. Taylor, 198 College Avenue
18Farm implements and tools, blacksmith shops, 1906-1910 (57)
From J. A. Baugh, 178 Washington Street; Carlton Blacksmith Shop, 315 Washington Street; Carlton Feed & Sale Stable, 348 Jackson Street; Tom Garfield, Athens; W. H. McDonald, 178 Washington Street; Martin Bros., 455 Clayton Street; Nelms Farm (list of tools), Athens; E. D. Sledge, 132 & 138 North Thomas Street; G. A. Tucker, Washington and Jackson Street; F. G. Umbach, Athens
19Furniture and undertaking, 1909 (6)
From S. Bernstein & Son, Broad Street; Dorsey & Funkenstein, Clayton Street and Wall Street
110Garage and tire companies, 1913-1914 (13)
From Epps Garage, 392 Washington Street; Fulton Auto Supply Co., Atlanta; Georgian Terrace Garage, Atlanta; Sparks Vulcanizing Co., Clayton Street
111Hardware companies, 1909-1913 (138)
From Bailey Supply Co., 465 Clayton Street; Bailey Tool Co., Thomas and Clayton Street; Bondurant Hardware Co., Athens; Fleming-Dearng Hardware Co., Athens; T. B. Fleming Hardware Co., 221 Thomas Street; J. H. Huggins & Son, 350-364 East Broad Street, 346 East Broad Street; Talmadge Hardware Co., 19 East Clayton Street, 10 & 12 Washington Street
21Insurance companies (13)
From Robert Toombs DuBose, Southern Mutual Building; Lipscomb & Co., Clayton Street and College Avenue; Southern Mutual Insurance Co., Southern Mutual Building; Mutual Life Insurance Co. of NY, Alabama
22Jewelers and watchmakers, 1907-1912 (12)
From J. S. Noland, 129 College Avenue; Charles A. Scudder, Athens
23Lumber companies, building material companies, 1909-1914 (57)
From Dozier & Company, Athens; Georgia Brick Co., Athens; Home Building Co., 184½ Clayton Street; Lyndon Manufacturing Co., Athens; R. L. Moss Manufacturing Co., Cleveland Avenue & Southern Railway; Southern Brick Co., Athens; Harvey Stovall, Athens; J. W. Watson & Son, 548 Clayton Street
24Miscellaneous receipts (72)
From American Rug & Carpet Wks., Chicago; Athens Banner, Athens; Athens Gas Co., Washington and Thomas Street; Athens Railway & Electric Co., Athens; Athens Water Works, Athens; Benj. H. Barrow, Athens; J. E. Caldwell, 162 Thomas Street; W. L. Childs, 447 Clayton Street; A. V. Clifton, College Avenue; Lucy Cobb Institute, Milledge Avenue; Confederate Veteran, Nashville, Tennessee; Davey Tree Expert Co., Ohio; Jacob Dold Packing Co., Kansas; Geo. H. Hulme, Athens; T. E. Jago, Athens; L. L. Knight, Atlanta; Rowland & Co., Athens; Seaboard Air Line Railway, Virginia; Shivar Spring, South Carolina; Southern Bell & Telegraph Co.; Southern Railway Co.; G. W. Thomas, 135 Washington Street; J. O. Emil Walter, 336 Thomas Street; Wesleyan Christian Advocate, Atlanta; Western Union Telegraph Co.; Personal receipts from Miles Sheridan, Miles Jenkins, Jack Jones, Mrs. L. S. Dye, William McMurray, T. L. Mitchell, J. T. Johnson, and N. S. Rhodes
25Miscellaneous papers-Correspondence, house plan, notes, printed material (13)
Includes correspondence from 1907-1913, stenographer's notebook, house plan-unidentified, printed material, picture of unidentified building, Constitution of United States
26Plumbing, roofing, general job shops, 1907-1913 (40)
From D. W. & J. S. Bailey, 376 Washington Street; Dornblatt Plumbing Co., Washington Street; W. M. Holbrook, 17 Thomas Street, 1367 West Broad Street; L. M. Leathers, 136 Foundry Street; Lynn Plumbing Co., 475 Clayton Street
27Printing shops, 1908-1909 (3)
From McGregor Co., Athens; E. D. Stone Press, 109 Lumpkin Street
28Salem Academy, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1912-1913 (5)
29Shoe stores, 1907-1914 (43)
From I. T. Derricotte, 124 Clayton Street; Johnson Shoe Co., 229 & 231 Broad Street, 433-433½ Broad Street, Broad and Spring Street; E. I. Smith Shoe Co., 258 Clayton Street
210Translation of Latin play into English (notebook) (1)
211Wholesale grocery stores, 1909-1914 (34)
From Geo. Collins, Athens; King-Hodgson Co., Broad, Oconee and Thomas St.; McCord-Stewart Co., Atlanta; O'Farrell Grocery Co., 116 Thomas Street; Talmadge Bros. & Co., 23,25,27 Clayton Street, 20,24 Washington Street; Webb & Crawford, 220 East Broad Street; Wingfield's Cash Gro. Co., Broad Street
212Wholesale hardware and drug store, 1904-1914 (72)
From Warren J. Smith & Bro., Broad and Thomas Street
213Will and letters from the Long family, 1927-1946 (5)
Includes Frances Long Taylor's will, Athens, 1927; letters from 1933-1946 to Maude Long in Texas, and to Edward C. Long, Sr. in Athens