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Collection Number: 03275

Collection Title: Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1903-1982.

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Size About 18,500 items (36.5 linear ft).
Abstract Francis Osborne Clarkson (1895-1984), of Charlotte, N.C., was a University of North Carolina alumnus (1916), lawyer, North Carolina Senator, and North Carolina Superior Court judge. He was married to Cama Burgess Clarkson. His father, North Carolina Supreme Court Judge Heriot Clarkson (1863-1942), and his mother, Mary Osborne Clarkson, also lived in Charlotte, N.C. The Clarkson family spent significant time in Little Switzerland, a vacation community in Western North Carolina that was founded circa 1909 by Heriot Clarkson. Josephine A. Osborne (1880-1966) was Francis O. Clarkson's aunt. Her father, Edwin Augustus Osborne (1837-1926), was a lawyer, Confederate colonel, Episcopal priest, and superintendent of Thompson Orphanage, Charlotte, N.C.; he also served as a chaplain in the Spanish-American War. The collection contains correspondence, legal documents, printed items, and other materials documenting Francis O. Clarkson's involvement in legal, religious, civic, and family matters. Files document arbitration, chiefly between labor unions and companies in North Carolina; Clarkson's legal representation of the Switzerland Company, including a conflict between the Switzerland Company and the Federal Highway Commission over payment to landowners for right of way during Blue Ridge Parkway development in the 1930s and 1940s; and to a lesser extent Clarkson's legal representation of individuals. There are also files relating to Clarkson's involvement with the Episcopal Church, both in Charlotte, N.C., and in Little Switzerland, N.C., and his involvement with civic organizations, including the local YMCA in Charlotte, N.C., and the establishment, development, and administration of the Second Street Branch, a separate YMCA branch in Charlotte, N.C., for African Americans. There is also a small amount of genealogical materials. The Addition of May 1981 contains correspondence, genealogical materials, and family papers created by Francis O. Clarkson's aunt, Josephine A. Osborne (1880-1966), and his grandfather, Edwin Augustus Osborne (1837-1926).
Creator Clarkson, Francis O.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Francis O. Clarkson Papers, #3275, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Francis O. Clarkson in May 1981 (Acc. 81058), in December 1981 (Acc. 082060), and February 1983 (Acc. 083021).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Francis Osborne Clarkson (1895-1984), of Charlotte, N.C., was a University of North Carolina alumnus, lawyer, North Carolina Senator, and North Carolina Superior Court judge. He was married to Cama Burgess Clarkson. His father, North Carolina Supreme Court Judge Heriot Clarkson (1863-1942), and his mother, Mary Osborne Clarkson, also lived in Charlotte, N.C. The Clarkson family spent significant time in Little Switzerland, a vacation community in Western North Carolina that was founded circa 1909 by Heriot Clarkson.

Edwin Augustus Osborne was the father of Mary Osborne Clarkson. He was a lawyer, Confederate colonel, Episcopal priest, and superintendent of Thompson Orphanage, Charlotte, N.C., from its founding in 1892 until 1898. He also served as a chaplain in the Spanish-American War. His other daughter, Josephine A. Osborne (1880-1966), never married. In the years after her parents' deaths she conducted extensive research into her family's genealogy.

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The collection consists of correspondence and other papers documenting Francis O. Clarkson's family and his involvement in legal, civic, and religious matters. There are files relating to arbitration overseen by Clarkson, chiefly between labor unions and companies in North Carolina. There are also files documenting Clarkson's legal representation of the Switzerland Company, a corporation founded by Clarkson's father, Heriot Clarkson, to build, develop, and protect the interests of Little Switzerland, a vacation community in western North Carolina. These files are chiefly correspondence regarding watersheds, land disputes, and a conflict between the Switzerland Company and the Federal Highway Commission over payment to landowners for right of way during the development of the Blue Ridge Parkway in the 1930s and 1940s. There are also a few materials documenting Clarkson's legal representation of individuals, including his execution of the estates of family members.

There are also files relating to Clarkson's involvement with the Episcopal Church, both in Charlotte, N.C., and in Little Switzerland, N.C., including correspondence and other materials relating to the Allied Church League, Saint Andrew's Church, Saint Peter's Church, the Diocese of North Carolina, and Episcopal missions in the Philippines and other countries. There is also documentation of Clarkson's involvement with the National War Labor Board, the Charlotte War and Community Chest Speakers' Bureau, and the Legal Aid Committee. There are files, 1941-1969, documenting Clarkson's tenure as president of the local YMCA in Charlotte, N.C., and his subsequent activity on the Board of Directors. There are also numerous files, 1942-1955, documenting the establishment, development, and administration of the Second Street Branch, a separate YMCA branch in Charlotte, N.C., for African Americans. There are also a few genealogical materials.

The Addition of May 1981 consists of the papers of Josephine A. Osborne and her father, Edwin Augustus Osborne. Josephine A. Osborne's materials include correspondence, genealogical research, family papers, writings, and photographs. Of note are printed materials, 1918, in support of women's suffrage; letters and photographs from Rachel Wolff, a missionary in India during the 1950s; and two letters from 1793 documenting the domestic lives of two women in North Carolina. Edwin Augustus Osborne's papers include correspondence, writings, and other related materials. Of note in his papers are materials relating to his involvement with the Thompson Orphanage in Charlotte, N.C., and drafts of several sermons written by him. There are also photographs, chiefly 1890s-1930s, of the Clarkson and Osborne families and their friends.

Additions received after 1981 have not been integrated into the original deposits. Researchers should check additions to be sure they have identified all files of interest to them.

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About 14,400 items.

Arrangement: Alphabetical

The collection consists of correspondence and other papers documenting Francis O. Clarkson's involvement in legal, civic, religious, and family matters. There are files relating to arbitration overseen by Clarkson, chiefly between labor unions and companies in North Carolina. There are also files documenting Clarkson's legal representation of the Switzerland Company, a corporation founded by Clarkson's father, Heriot Clarkson, to build, develop, and protect the interests of Little Switzerland, a vacation community in Western North Carolina. These files are chiefly correspondence regarding watersheds, land disputes, and a conflict between the Switzerland Company and the Federal Highway Commission over payment to landowners for right of way during the development of the Blue Ridge Parkway in the 1930s and 1940s. There are also a few materials documenting Clarkson's legal representation of individuals, including his execution of the estates of family members.

There are also files relating to Clarkson's involvement with the Episcopal Church, both in Charlotte, N.C., and in Little Switzerland, N.C., including correspondence and other materials relating to the Allied Church League, Saint Andrew's Church, Saint Peter's Church, the Diocese of North Carolina, and Episcopal missions in the Philippines and other countries. There is also documentation of Clarkson's involvement with the National War Labor Board, the Charlotte War and Community Chest Speakers' Bureau, and the Legal Aid Committee. There are files, 1941-1969, documenting Clarkson's tenure as president of the local YMCA in Charlotte, N.C., and his subsequent activity on the Board of Directors. There are also numerous files, 1942-1955, documenting the establishment, development, and administration of the Second Street Branch, a separate YMCA branch in Charlotte, N.C., for African Americans. Lastly, there are a few genealogical materials.

Please note that, for the most part, original folder titles have been retained.

Folder 1-12

Folder 1

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Folder 12

Allied Church League: General, 1946-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 1-12

Folder 13-15

Folder 13

Folder 14

Folder 15

Allied Church League: Legislative Committee, 1948-1949, 1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 13-15

Folder 16-17

Folder 16

Folder 17

Allied Church League: Statistics, 1949 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 16-17

Folder 18-19

Folder 18

Folder 19

Arbitration: General, 1945-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 18-19

Folder 20

Arbitration: Amazon Cotton Mills, 1944 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 20

Folder 21

Arbitration: Calvine Cotton Mills and Textile Workers Union of America, 1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 21

Folder 22

Arbitration: Cash, D.B., and Kendall Mills, 1947 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 22

Folder 23

Arbitration: Chadwick-Hoskins and Textile Workers Union of America, 1945-1947 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 23

Folder 24

Arbitration: Charlotte News, Charlotte Observer, and Printing Pressmen's Union, 1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 24

Folder 25-26

Folder 25

Folder 26

Arbitration: Commercial Telegraphers Union, AFL, Western Union Division and Western Union Telegraph Company, 1950 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 25-26

Folder 27

Arbitration: Cone Finishing Company, 1945-1946 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 27

Folder 28

Arbitration: Dayton Rubber Company, 1950 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 28

Folder 29

Arbitration: Gastonia Weaving Company, 1946-1947 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 29

Folder 30

Arbitration: Harris Motor Lines, Inc., 1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 30

Folder 31

Arbitration: Johnson Motor Lines, 1949 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 31

Folder 32

Arbitration: Julliard, A. D., and Company and Textile Workers Union of America, 1951-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 32

Folder 33

Arbitration: Local Number 391 of the Teamsters and Bell Lines, Incorporated, 1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 33

Folder 34

Arbitration: Louis and Holmes, 1947 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 34

Folder 35

Arbitration: Mead Corporation, Silva, and United Mine Workers, 1949 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 35

Folder 36

Arbitration: Mediation documents and related materials, 1951 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 36

Folder 37

Arbitration: North Carolina Finishing Company, 1951-1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 37

Folder 38

Arbitration: Reynolds Tobacco Company, 1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 38

Folder 39

Arbitration: Royle-Pilkington Company, 1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 39

Folder 40

Arbitration: Textron Southern, Incorporated, 1947-1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 40

Folder 41

Arbitration: Thomasville Chair Company and United Furniture Workers of America (called off) #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 41

Folder 42-43

Folder 42

Folder 43

Arbitration: United States Mediation Board, 1950-1951 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 42-43

Folder 44

Arbitration: Wade Manufacturing Company and Textile Workers Union of America, 1949 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 44

Folder 45

Arran Clan, 1922 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 45

Folder 46

Bennehan Cameron Family Data Series, 1900-1904 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 46

Folder 47

Bible teaching in schools, 1949-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 47

Folder 48

Bland, Mortimer A.: Legal materials, 1942-1944 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 48

Francis O. Clarkson handled Bland's affairs while Bland served in the military during World War II.

Folder 49

Blue Ridge Parkway Tolls, 1955-1958 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 49

Folder 50

Bobbitt, William H., 1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 50

Regarding Bobbitt's unsuccessful bid to be elected to the Supreme Court in 1952.

Folder 51

Certificates, 1910, 1911, 1982 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 51

Acknowledging civic engagement of Heriot Clarkson and Francis Clarkson.

Folder 52-53

Folder 52

Folder 53

Chamber of Commerce, 1950-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 52-53

Folder 54

Charlotte Day Nursery: Negro Branch, Inc., 1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 54

Legal documents and a few letters documenting Francis O. Clarkson's role as a trustee.

Folder 55

Charlotte War and Community Chest: Speakers Bureau, 1944 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 55

Folder 56

Check book of Heriot Clarkson, 1923 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 56

Folder 57

City of Charlotte v. Charlotte Park and Recreation Commission, 1970 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 57

Folder 58-59

Folder 58

Folder 59

Clarkson data, clippings, and related materials, 1860s-1961 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 58-59

Folder 60

Clarkson Superior Court Complaint, 1910 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 60

Folder 61-63

Folder 61

Folder 62

Folder 63

Clippings, circa 1915-1961 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 61-63

Folder 64-65

Folder 64

Folder 65

Community Chest: Speaker's Bureau, 1945-1946 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 64-65

Folder 66

Correspondence, 1913-1933, 1967, 1980-1983 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 66

Personal and professional letters from various correspondents, some enclosing historical letters (1913-1933) being returned Francis O. Clarkson.

Folder 67

Correspondence with Woodrow Wilson, 1915 and 1963 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 67

Letter to President Woodrow Wilson from Francis O. Clarkson, while he was a student at the University of North Carolina, and a response from Wilson. There is also a letter from an editor at the Papers of Woodrow Wilson.

Folder 68-71

Folder 68

Folder 69

Folder 70

Folder 71

Correspondence, 1918-1934 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 68-71

Chiefly letters exchanged between Francis O. Clarkson and his mother, Mary Osborne Clarkson, while he served in the United States Marine Corps in Florida. There are also letters to Clarkson regarding his military service.

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Folder 89

Correspondence, 1945-1950 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 72-89

Correspondence with family and friends, including Robert B. House, Harry L. Golden, Frank Porter Graham, William Umstead, and Herschel V. Johnson.

Folder 90-92

Folder 90

Folder 91

Folder 92

Correspondence, 1951 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 90-92

Chiefly letters to Francis O. Clarkson from family and friends. Includes some copies of letters from Clarkson and some letters jointly addressed to his wife, Cama Clarkson.

Folder 93-98

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Folder 98

Correspondence, 1953-1959 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 93-98

Correspondence with family, friends, and professional contacts. Correspondence in 1954-1954 is chiefly regarding Francis O. Clarkson's appointment as Special Superior Court Judge. Notable correspondents include Robert B. House, and North Carolina Governor Luther B. Hodges (1955-1957), regarding issues such as prison reform and school integration in N.C.

Folder 99

Correspondence, 1960-1964 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 99

Correspondence with family, friends, and professional contacts, including a 25 November 1960 letter from Francis O. Clarkson to John F. Kennedy Jr. congratulating Kennedy on the election and voicing support for the campaign to organize the Peace Corps. There are also some printed items such as church programs

Folder 100-125

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Folder 125

Correspondence, 1965-1979 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 100-125

Includes correspondence with Robert B. House and letters, 1970-1973, from Episcopal missionaries in the Philippines and other locations, and other correspondence regarding donations to Episcopal causes. See also: Philippine missions, 1959-1965.

Folder 126-127

Folder 126

Folder 127

Deeds, 1883-1933 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 126-127

Folder 128

Democratic voters, Precinct 20, 1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 128

Folder 129-135

Folder 129

Folder 130

Folder 131

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Folder 134

Folder 135

Diocesan Laymen's Association: General, 1947-1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 129-135

Folder 136-137

Folder 136

Folder 137

Diocesan Laymen's Association: Convention, 1952-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 136-137

Folder 138

Diocesan Laymen's Association: Finances, 1952-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 138

Folder 139

Diocesan Laymen's Association: Handbook, 1951-1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 139

Folder 140-141

Folder 140

Folder 141

Diocesan Laymen's Association: Keymen, 1951-1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 140-141

Folder 142

Diocesan Laymen's Association: Printed material, 1951-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 142

Folder 143-144

Folder 143

Folder 144

Diocesan Laymen's Association: Vade Mecum Conference, 1952-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 143-144

Folder 145

Diocesan Laymen's Association: Training Program, 1952-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 145

Folder 146

Diocese of North Carolina: Bishop coadjutor, 1950 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 146

Folder 147

Diocese of North Carolina: Bishop's car, 1947-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 147

Folder 148-150

Folder 148

Folder 149

Folder 150

Diocese of North Carolina: Chancellor, 1947-1954 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 148-150

Folder 151

Diocese of North Carolina: Committee on Canons, 1948-1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 151

Folder 152

Diocese of North Carolina: Diocesan boundaries, 1948-1949 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 152

Folder 153-156

Folder 153

Folder 154

Folder 155

Folder 156

Diocese of North Carolina: Executive Council, 1945-1947, 1951-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 153-156

Folder 157

Diocese of North Carolina: Kanuga Charter, 1950-1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 157

Folder 158-159

Folder 158

Folder 159

Diocese of North Carolina: Laymen's League Chapel of Thanks and related materials, 1945-1947 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 158-159

Folder 160

Diocese of North Carolina: Laymen's Thank Offering, 1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 160

Folder 161

Diocese of North Carolina: Murdoch Memorial Society, 1951 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 161

Folder 162

Diocese of North Carolina: Special Committee on School Segregation, 1954-1959 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 162

Folder 163-164

Folder 163

Folder 164

Diocese of North Carolina: Vade Mecum Chapel: Operation Omega, 1949-1951 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 163-164

Folder 165

Diocese of North Carolina: Vade Mecum Scholarship Fund, 1948-1949 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 165

Folder 166

Duplex, 1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 166

Folder 167-169

Folder 167

Folder 168

Folder 169

Estate of Heriot Clarkson, 1941-1945 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 167-169

Financial documents, Heriot Clarkson's will, and correspondence

Folder 170

Estate of Josephine Osborne, 1966 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 170

See also: Osborne, Josephine, 1956-1966

Folder 171

Estate of Margaret S. Clarkson, 1957-1958 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 171

Folder 172

Estate of R. Floyd Clarke, 1944-1945 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 172

Folder 173

Fishing clubs, 1964-1968 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 173

Folder 174

Frank Porter Graham memorial materials, 1972-1976 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 174

Folder 175

Genealogy: Burgess-Stokes family, 1981 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 175

Folder 176

Genealogy: Clarkson Family, undated #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 176

Folder 177

Genealogy: Heriot Family, circa 1740-1790, 1890 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 177

Handwritten or typescript copies of letters.

Folder 178

General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, 1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 178

Folder 179-180

Folder 179

Folder 180

Geneva Hall (formerly Little Switzerland Community Association), 1957-1964 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 179-180

Folder 181

Georgia Judiciary, Annual Convocation of, 1971 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 181

Correspondence regarding the convocation and a transcript of Francis O. Clarkson's speech at the event.

Folder 182

Good Samaritan Hospital, Inc., v. H.M. Sullivan, et al., 1943-1946 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 182

Folder 183

Good Samaritan Hospital: Nelson, Hattie, 1949-1951 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 183

Folder 184

Good Samaritan Hospital: Reynolds case, 1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 184

Folder 185

Gray, Fred W.: Legal correspondence, 1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 185

Folder 186-188

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Folder 187

Folder 188

Heriot Clarkson papers, circa 1890-1910 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 186-188

Chiefly business correspondence of Clarkson and Duls Law Offices in Charlotte, N.C.

Folder 189-190

Folder 189

Folder 190

Heriot Clarkson: Trustee Carrie Springs, 1916-1941 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 189-190

Folder 191

Heriot Clarkson: Masters thesis by Johnnie Virginia Anderson, 1971-1973 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 191

Folder 192

Heriot Clarkson's visit to Scotland, 1889 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 192

Folder 193

Heriot papers: Caldwell Woodduff's book, 1972-1979 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 193

Folder 194

Heriot papers: From Samuel G. White, Jacksonville, Fla., October 1973 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 194

Folder 195

Heriot, Robert: Documents, circa 1780 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 195

Reproductions of documents relating to Robert Heriot's service in the South Carolina militia during the Revolutionary War; includes appointment documents, militia payroll, letters granting leave, and an infantry contract with signatures. There are also a few photocopied pages from the Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units, Battalions, Regiments, and Independent Corps by Fred Anderson Berg.

Folder 196

Index to miscellaneous files, undated #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 196

Index is not representative of current file arrangement.

Folder 197

Joint Commission to Survey Problems of Missionary Work in Industrial Areas, 1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 197

Folder 198-200

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Folder 200

Legal Aid Committee, 1944-1946 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 198-200

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Folder 209

Little Switzerland Church of the Resurrection, 1944-1961 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 201-209

Includes correspondence, documentation of services, invitations, thank you letters between Francis O. Clarkson, a lay reader and warden at the church, and guest preachers, a few financial documents, and other papers.

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Folder 211

Folder 212

Little Switzerland Community Association, 1945-1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 210-212

Clippings, printed items, correspondence, handwritten notes, and the Certificate of Incorporation for the Little Switzerland Community Association, July 1946.

Folder 213-214

Folder 213

Folder 214

Little Switzerland Community Association, Inc.: Water system, 1957-1961 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 213-214

Folder 215

Little Switzerland map, 1933 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 215

Image Folder PF-3275/12

Little Switzerland photograph, 1935 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." PF-3275/12

Photographs depict the dedication ceremony for a memorial tower in honor of Heriot Clarkson and World War II veterans from Little Switzerland.

Folder 216

Lockhart, Rosa, trustee, 1947-1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 216

Folder 217-219

Folder 217

Folder 218

Folder 219

Mary O. Clarkson, 1913, 1942-1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 217-219

Records relating to Mary Osborne Clarkson's house in Little Switzerland, N.C., and its maintenance

Folder 220

Moore family, 1959-1974 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 220

Chiefly correspondence relating to Alfred Moore and the Moore family

Folder 221

Moore genealogy, circa 1960-1970 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 221

Folder 222

Moore historic pamphlets and related materials, circa 1936-1974 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 222

Folder 223

Moore: Notes and copies, 1923-1974 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 223

Folder 224-225

Folder 224

Folder 225

Morrison Training School, 1914-1955 (bulk 1944-1945) #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 224-225

Primarily 1944-1945, but with isolated correspondence between 1914-1919.

Folder 226

Morrison, Cameron: Presentation of portrait to General Assembly, 31 March 1955 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 226

Folder 227

National College of American Trial Judges, 1965 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 227

Folder 228

National War Labor Board, 1944-1946 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 228

Francis O. Clarkson served on the Board until its termination on 12 February 1946.

Folder 229

National War Labor Board: A.C. Lawrence Leather Company, Asheville, N.C., 1944-1945 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 229

Folder 230

National War Labor Board: Dayton Rubber Manufacturing Company, Waynesville, N.C., 1945 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 230

Folder 231

National War Labor Board: Exposition Cotton Mills and Textile Workers Union of America, Atlanta, Ga., 1945 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 231

Folder 232

National War Labor Board: Industrial Cotton Mills Company, Charlotte, N.C., 1945 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 232

Folder 233

National War Labor Board: Snow Lumber Company case, High Point, N.C., 1944 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 233

Folder 234

National War Labor Board: Southern Extract Company and United Mine Workers of America, Knoxville, Tenn., 1944 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 234

Folder 235

North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation, 1942-1944 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 235

Correspondence and other materials relating to the organization of the commission, its constitution, and the 1944 annual meeting. Includes a report by Francis O. Clarkson on courts and law observance as relating to interracial cooperation.

Folder 236

North Carolina Conference of Superior Court Judges, 1971-1974 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 236

Folder 237

North Carolina General Assembly, 1931 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 237

Volume of clippings from the 1931 General Assembly, in which Francis O. Clarkson, while a state Senator, had a key role in resolving an impasse regarding a North Carolina revenue bill.

Folder 238-241

Folder 238

Folder 239

Folder 240

Folder 241

North Carolina Society of the Cincinnati, 1942-1960 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 238-241

Folder 242

North Carolina Society of the Cincinnati: Scholarships, 1942-1954 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 242

Folder 243-244

Folder 243

Folder 244

Nuger v. Paramount Pictures Inc., 1946-1947 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 243-244

Folder 245

Obituaries, undated #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 245

Folder 246

Osborne, Adlai, Princeton University Archives, 1975 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 246

Folder 247

Osborne bibliography, undated #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 247

Folder 248-249

Folder 248

Folder 249

Osborne family, 1973-1977 and undated #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 248-249

Folder 250-251

Folder 250

Folder 251

Osborne, Josephine, 1956-1966 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 250-251

See also: Estate of Josephine Osborne, 1966

Folder 252

Osborne-Moore genealogy, 1969-1979 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 252

Folder 253

Philippine missions, 1959-1965 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 253

Includes correspondence between Francis O. Clarkson in North Carolina and Father Valentin Biteng and Bishop Edward Longid in the Philippines and a pamphlet by Bishop Longid entitled "Missionary Journey", 1963, about his work with the Philippine Episcopal Church. See also Correspondence, 1970-1973.

Folder 254-255

Folder 254

Folder 255

Folder numbers not used #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 254-255

Image Folder OP-PF-3275/1

Photograph: American Legion Convention, Wrightsville Beach, N.C., 1920 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." OP-PF-3275/1

Image Folder PF-3275/2

Photographs: Clarkson family, circa 1915 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." PF-3275/2

Snapshots appear to depict Francis O. Clarkson, his family, and his friends, on the University of North Carolina campus and in the Little Switzerland, N.C., area.

Image Folder PF-3275/11

Photographs: Philippine missions, 1959-1965 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." PF-3275/11

Annotated, from Valentin Biteng.

Image Folder PF-3275/1

Photograph: Supreme Court of North Carolina, 1929 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." PF-3275/1

Folder 256-267

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Folder 266

Folder 267

Personal, 1936-1966 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 256-267

Clippings, correspondence, a few photographs, awards, printed items, and typescript documents, both personal and professional.

Folder 268-273

Folder 268

Folder 269

Folder 270

Folder 271

Folder 272

Folder 273

Receipts, 1944-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 268-273

Folder 274-275

Folder 274

Folder 275

Retirement, 1968 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 274-275

Official and personal correspondence regarding Francis O. Clarkson's retirement in 1968.

Folder 276

Saint Andrew's Church, 1946-1952 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 276

Folder 277-278

Folder 277

Folder 278

Saint Andrew's Church: New location, 1952-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 277-278

Folder 279

Saint Andrew's Church: Property file, 1952-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 279

Folder 280-282

Folder 280

Folder 281

Folder 282

Saint Peter's Church: General, 1946-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 280-282

Folder 283

Saint Peter's Church: Bishop Keeler's mission, 1945-1946 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 283

Folder 284

Saint Peter's Church: Bishop Strider's mission, 1944 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 284

Folder 285-287

Folder 285

Folder 286

Folder 287

Saint Peter's Church: Church Improvement Committee, 1949-1951 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 285-287

A large amount of correspondence and printed items regard the Anti-Liquor Campaign, focusing on Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) stores in North Carolina.

Folder 288

Saint Peter's Church: Centennial, 1944 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 288

Folder 289

Saint Peter's Hospital: Claims, 1940-1944 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 289

Folder 290-292

Folder 290

Folder 291

Folder 292

Saint Peter's Church: Every member canvass, 1947-1951 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 290-292

Folder 293

Saint Peter's Church: Memorial windows, 1943-1946 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 293

Folder 294

Saint Peter's Church: Vestry and Parish Council, 1943-1945 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 294

Folder 295-297

Folder 295

Folder 296

Folder 297

Seminar, 1966-1967 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 295-297

Folder 298

Speakers Bureau War Bond Campaign, 1942-1944 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 298

Folder 299-301

Folder 299

Folder 300

Folder 301

Speeches and related materials, 1942-1953, 1966 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 299-301

Folder 302

Superior Court judgeship appointment, 1954-1979 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 302

Oaths of office, certificates of nomination, and official correspondence with Governor Luther Hodges and William Umstead.

Folder 303-304

Folder 303

Folder 304

Superior Court seminars and conferences, 1964-1969 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 303-304

Folder 305

Surtz v. Landreth and Carson, 1966-1967 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 305

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Folder 306

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Folder 312

Folder 313

Switzerland Company, 1930-1944, 1952-1954, 1961 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 306-313

Folder 314-325

Folder 314

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Folder 322

Folder 323

Folder 324

Folder 325

Switzerland Company: General correspondence, 1935-1951, 1968-1970 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 314-325

Folder 326

Switzerland Company: Income tax matter, 1939 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 326

Folder 327

Switzerland Company: James A. Jones, Francis O. Clarkson's Knob property, 1956-1967 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 327

Folder 328

Switzerland Company: Memorials, 1947-1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 328

Materials relating to the dedication ceremony for a memorial tower in honor of Heriot Clarkson and World War II veterans from Little Switzerland.

Folder 329

Switzerland Company: Mitchell matter, 1963-1964 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 329

Folder 330-331

Folder 330

Folder 331

Switzerland Company: Old contracts, 1913-1945 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 330-331

Folder 332-333

Folder 332

Folder 333

Switzerland Company: Parkway: General, 1960-1963 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 332-333

Chiefly legal documents.

Folder 334-340

Folder 334

Folder 335

Folder 336

Folder 337

Folder 338

Folder 339

Folder 340

Switzerland Company: Parkway: Correspondence, 1936-1940, 1959-1964 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 334-340

Includes correspondence between Francis O. Clarkson and his father Heriot Clarkson.

Folder 341

Switzerland Company: Parkway: Law memoranda and related materials, 1964-1967 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 341

Folder 342-343

Folder 342

Folder 343

Switzerland Company: Parkway: Newspaper clippings, 1938-1939 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 342-343

Folder 344-345

Folder 344

Folder 345

Switzerland Company: Tax returns, 1934-1943 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 344-345

Folder 346

Switzerland Company: Washburn suit, 1947-1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 346

Folder 347-348

Folder 347

Folder 348

Switzerland Company: Water system controversy and Board of Health, 1947-1960 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 347-348

Folder 349

Switzerland Company and Walker v. USA, 1965-1967 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 349

Folder 350-351

Folder 350

Folder 351

Switzerland Company v. Reid Queen, 1937-1941 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 350-351

Folder 352

Switzerland Company v. State Highway Commission, 1939-1941 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 352

Folder 353

Thomas S. Clarkson, 1966 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 353

Correspondence and related materials regarding the death of Francis O. Clarkson's brother.

Folder 354-358

Folder 354

Folder 355

Folder 356

Folder 357

Folder 358

Thompson Orphanage: Annual reports and bank statements, 1919-1948 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 354-358

Folder 359-363

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Folder 362

Folder 363

Umstead, William Bradley: Memorial materials, 1948-1957 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 359-363

Francis O. Clarkson's address upon the occasion of the presentation of a portrait of the late Governor William Bradley Umstead to the state of North Carolina, on 19 February 1957, together with program, clippings, correspondence, data, and notes accumulated during the preparation of the address, 1948-1957

Folder 364

University of North Carolina Class of 1916, 1952-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 364

Folder 365

University of North Carolina Class of 1916: Reunion, 1949 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 365

Folder 366

Virginia Seminary, 1948-1949 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 366

Oversize Volume SV-3275/1

Yackety Yack, 1916 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." SV-3275/1

Francis O. Clarkson was the editor-in-chief of this edition. His name is inscribed in the front cover. Also contains several clippings about the edition.

Folder 367-368

Folder 367

Folder 368

YMCA, 1941-1944 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 367-368

Francis O. Clarkson was president of the Charlotte, N.C., chapter of the YMCA from the late 1930s until January 1943, and continued to serve on the Board of Directors thereafter. Clarkson was also active on various committees, including the Religious Program Committee, which, among other activities, advocated for temperance programs in schools. He was also chairman of the Colored YMCA Committee, formed to establish and develop the Second Street Branch, a separate YMCA branch in Charlotte, N.C., for African Americans.

Folder 369

YMCA: Central, 1946-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 369

Folder 370

YMCA: Legal 1969 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 370

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Folder 379

YMCA: Negro Branch, 1942-1953 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 371-379

Clippings, printed items, correspondence, and building plans for the African American YMCA, Second Street Branch, in Charlotte, N.C. Includes scattered correspondence with Howard Odum.

Folder 380

YMCA: Second Street Branch: Notes 1950-1955 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 380

Folder 381

YMCA: Second Street Branch: Executive Secretary C.T. Perkins, 1946-1947 #03275, Series: "Francis O. Clarkson Papers, 1740s-1982." Folder 381

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4,500 items.

Papers of Josephine A. Osborne and her father, Edwin Augustus Osborne. Josephine A. Osborne's materials include correspondence, genealogical research, family papers, writings, and photographs. Of note are printed materials, 1918, in support of women's suffrage; letters and photographs from Rachel Wolff, a missionary in India during the 1950s; and two letters from 1793 documenting the domestic lives of two women in North Carolina. Edwin Augustus Osborne's papers include correspondence, writings, and other related materials. Of note in his papers are materials relating to his involvement with the Thompson Orphanage and drafts of several sermons written by him. There are also photographs of the Clarkson and Osborne families and their friends, primarily from the 1890s to the 1930s, including a photograph of a "baby prize fighter."

Please note that, for the most part, original folder titles have been retained.

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Correspondence, writings, and collected printed materials and clippings of Josephine A. Osborne. The correspondence is primarily with church members, colleagues, and relatives, as well as form letters from the Thompson Orphanage and from Rachel Wolff, a missionary in India. Writings include notes, handwritten drafts, typescript copies of articles and talks, and school materials. Printed materials include pamphlets, brochures, and charts largely relating to historic sites and the history of the church in North Carolina. Of particular note are a collection of pro-women's suffrage printed materials. Clippings include retrospective Civil War clippings, articles about relatives Francis O. Clarkson and Heriot Clarkson, and southern history and culture.

Folder 382-386

Folder 382

Folder 383

Folder 384

Folder 385

Folder 386

Mabel Lucas correspondence, 1949-1955 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 382-386

Primarily letters from Mabel Lucas to Josephine A. Osborne concerning her involvement in the Woman's Auxiliary to the National Council, Diocese of North Carolina, and her position as a tour guide for Brownell Travel Bureau. Later letters include many postcards and travel brochures.

Folder 387

Rachel Wolff letters, 1951-1955 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 387

Printed annual letters during time as missionary in India.

Image Folder PF-3275/3

Rachel Wolff photographs, 1951-1955 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " PF-3275/3

Photographs, primarily of Indian children and slums, with extensive descriptions typed on verso.

Folder 389

Thompson Orphanage, 1929-1942 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 389

Clippings, letters, and newsletters. Many are about the Orphanage's Golden Jubilee.

Folder 388

Thompson Orphanage: Alumni Association newsletters and form letters, 1964-1966 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 388

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Folder 391

Folder 392

Letters to Josephine A. Osborne from various correspondents, 1959-1965 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 390-392

Includes many Christmas cards, notes, and newsletters from various North Carolina churches.

Folder 393-394

Folder 393

Folder 394

Josephine A. Osborne writings, 1929-1949 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 393-394

Biography of Charles Osborne, "The American Negro, a Picture"; "Memories of Chapel Hill," 1929-1931; "Missionary Talk" 1949; "North Carolinians at the Massacre of Fort Mims," 1938; and a history of the Chelidon Book Club.

Folder 395-396

Folder 395

Folder 396

School materials, 1899-1935 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 395-396

Class syllabus, graded papers, and grade reports, for correspondence courses at the University of North Carolina, and a notebook of "English notes," 1899-1900.

Folder 397

Women's suffrage movement papers, 1918 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 397

Mainly printed pro-suffrage materials and a few handwritten notes.

Folder 398-400

Folder 398

Folder 399

Folder 400

Church history #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 398-400

Pamphlets, historical charts, and clippings about North Carolina churches.

Folder 401

Historic sites: Printed materials #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 401

Pamphlets and clippings about Brunswick Town, N.C., Cape Fear, and Tryon Palace, in New Bern, N.C.

Folder 402-404

Folder 402

Folder 403

Folder 404

Pamphlets, 1899-1953 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 402-404

Chiefly offprints of scholarly journals of southern history.

Folder 405

"Liberty Hall" #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 405

Written by Adlai Laurens Osborne. Photocopied from original in the Thomas Henderson Papers, North Carolina State Department of Archives and History.

Folder 406

Francis O. Clarkson and Heriot Clarkson, clippings and programs, 1939-1959 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 406

Folder 407

Civil War retrospective clippings, circa 1910-1930 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 407

Folder 408

Queen's College clippings and notes #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 408

Background material for an article to be written by Josephine A. Osborne.

Folder 409

Scrapbook #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 409

Clippings related to the South collected by Josephine A. Osborne.

Folder 410

"Scrapbook on southern scene" #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 410

Clippings relating to the South.

Folder 411-414

Folder 411

Folder 412

Folder 413

Folder 414

Other papers #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Correspondence and Other Papers, 1899-1966. " Folder 411-414

Includes a World War II award to Josephine A. Osborne for her work in a rubber factory, a University Day program from 1942, and receipts and statements from the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, 1934-1944.

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Materials relating to Josephine A. Osborne's genealogical research of the Osborne, Moore, McWhorter, Nisbet, Napier, Sharpe, and Peacock families. Materials include notes, family trees, correspondence with various relatives, originals and reproductions of family papers, and other similar materials.

Of note are two letters from the 1790s written by Mary L. Osborne to Miss M.Mc. Osborne concerning her home life in North Carolina. There are also many materials relating to the restoration of Tryon Palace in New Bern, N.C. Josephine A. Osborne helped prepare exhibits of genealogical materials for the site.

Note that, for the most part, original folder titles have been retained.

Folder 415-424

Folder 415

Folder 416

Folder 417

Folder 418

Folder 419

Folder 420

Folder 421

Folder 422

Folder 423

Folder 424

Osborne family genealogy #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 415-424

Notes, genealogical lines, and typescript reproductions of various documents relating to several branches of the Osborne family. Also includes correspondence, 1930s-1950s, between Josephine A. Osborne and various relatives, particularly Fred Osborne of Texas.

Folder 425

Osborne family deeds #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 425

Photostatic copies.

Folder 426

Names of Osborne English family #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 426

Josephine A. Osborne's notes and typescript copies of others' notes.

Folder 427

Houstons on Edwin J. Osborne, 1948-1952 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 427

Correspondence and notes.

Folder 428

Mrs. Rankin on Egbert Osborne, 1948-1956 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 428

Correspondence and notes.

Folder 429

Mrs. Mowry on Osborne family, 1960 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 429

Genealogical correspondence.

Folder 430

Mrs. Caldwell on Adlai Osborne, 1960 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 430

Genealogical correspondence and annotated printed materials, including a 1942 University Day pamphlet.

Folder 431

Osborne family book: Typescript draft #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 431

By Josephine A. Osborne.

Folder 432

"Osborne Family an Exception to the Rule" #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 432

Several typescript copies of an article by Dr. Archibald Henderson about Alexander Osborne and Adlai Osborne.

Folder 433

"Osborne Family an Exception to the Rule": Extras and incompletes #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 433

Notes and incomplete typescripts of the article by Dr. Archibald Henderson.

Folder 434-438

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Folder 438

Moore family genealogy #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 434-438

Family trees, correspondence, reproductions of family papers, charts, and notes. Also contains photostatic copies of a family tree of Alexander D. Moore Sr. and the will of Alexander D. Moore Jr.

Folder 439

Moore family miscellany #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 439

Compiled by Josephine A. Osborne. Contains clippings, notes, and typescript copes of family papers.

Folder 439a-439b

Marie S. Moore genealogical correspondence, 1951-1963 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 439a-439b

Folder 440

Nisbet family genealogy #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 440

Clippings and notes.

Folder 441

"Nisbet Narrations," 1961 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 441

Collected by Newton Alexander Nisbet.

Folder 442

McWhorter family genealogy #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 442

Notes and 1956 yearbook of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York.

Folder 443

Davis McWhorter genealogical correspondence, 1953-1959 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 443

Folder 444

Ashe family genealogy #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 444

Notes and correspondence.

Folder 445

Wille Ashe regarding plantation, 1941-1946 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 445

Genealogical correspondence.

Folder 446-447

Folder 446

Folder 447

Ewing-Stevenson family genealogy #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 446-447

Clippings, notes, and correspondence.

Folder 448

Lucas, Young, and Nisbet lines #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 448

Folder 449

Sharpe, Peacock, and Napier lines #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 449

Folder 450-451

Folder 450

Folder 451

Alice Napier on Osborne, Napier, Sharpe, and Peacock families, 1952-1959 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 450-451

Correspondence, notes, and family trees.

Folder 452

Lucille Peacock genealogical correspondence, 1952-1956 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 452

Folder 453

Terrel Young genealogical correspondence, 1950s #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 453

Folder 454

Chalmers Davidson genealogical correspondence, 1955-1957 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 454

Chielfy about Osborne family.

Folder 455

Mrs. W.W. Whaley on Edwin Jeffress, 1961 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 455

Correspondence and notes.

Folder 456

Tryon Palace restoration #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 456

Brochures and a 1961 letter from Mrs. John A. Kellenberger, the chairman of the Tryon Palace commission.

Folder 457-458

Folder 457

Folder 458

Tryon Palace exhibits #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 457-458

Typescripts of family lines and genealogical notes.

Folder 459-460

Folder 459

Folder 460

Tryon Palace papers #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 459-460

Includes correspondence, genealogical notes, and an application for the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Folder 461

Descendants of Thomas Lloyd #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 461

Compiled by Josephine A. Osborne for the Tryon Palace Commission.

Folder 462

Dictation of genealogical notes #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 462

Dictated by cousins Kate DeRossett Meares and Mary DeRossett Curtis.

Folder 463

Letters from Mary L. Osborne, circa 1793 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 463

Letters to Miss M.Mc. Osborne concerning domestic life. Includes both the originals and typescript transcriptions prepared by Josephine A. Osborne.

Folder 464-465

Folder 464

Folder 465

"Old" family letters, 1815-1900 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 464-465

Letters written by a variety of Josephine A. Osborne's family members, primarily concerning daily life. The bulk of the letters are from the 1830s and the 1860s-1870s.

Folder 466

Heraldic emblems #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 466

Includes typescript report on Osborne family emblems.

Folder 467

Colonial Dames papers #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 467

Typescript copy of Mrs. Shannonhouse's application for membership.

Folder 468-469

Folder 468

Folder 469

Miscellaneous genealogical correspondence, 1913-1957 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 468-469

With various relatives and acquaintances.

Folder 470

Miscellaneous genealogical notes #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 470

Family trees and scattered notes about different branches of the family.

Folder 471-473

Folder 471

Folder 472

Folder 473

Unfinished genealogical materials #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 471-473

Notes for papers, family trees, and brief biographies.

Folder 474-476

Folder 474

Folder 475

Folder 476

Unsolved genealogical queries #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Genealogical Papers, 1793-1963. " Folder 474-476

Correspondence with various distant relatives inquiring into branches of the family.

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Papers belonging to Edwin Augustus Osborne, who was a lawyer, Confederate colonel, Episcopal priest, and superintendent of Thompson Orphanage in Charlotte, N.C., from its founding in 1892 until 1898. He also served as a chaplain in the Spanish-American War. Materials include correspondence with friends and colleagues, writings, and various family papers, including deeds, estate documents, and financial materials. Of particular note are materials from the Thompson Orphange, in Charlotte, N.C., and drafts of sermons prepared by Edwin Augustus Osborne.

Note that, for the most part, original folder titles have been retained.

Folder 477-478

Folder 477

Folder 478

Correspondence with Edwin Augustus Osborne, 1872-1925 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 477-478

Primarily concerning daily life.

Folder 479

Letters to various church figures from Edwin Augustus Osborne, 1920 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 479

Folder 480

Call to St. Paul's church in Selma, Ala., 1875 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 480

Letters concerning Edwin Augustus Osborne's appointment.

Folder 481

Family letters, 1889-1925 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 481

Includes invitations to the weddings of daughters Mary L. Osborne and Martha J. Osborne.

Folder 482

Wedding and anniversary letters #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 482

Includes letters to Edwin Augustus Osborne congratulating him on his fiftieth wedding anniversary.

Folder 483

Reasons for Not Leaving the Church, 1912 and 1919 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 483

Letters from Edwin Augustus Osborne to Mrs. McGinire and Clarence King trying to convince them not to leave the church.

Folder 484-487

Folder 484

Folder 485

Folder 486

Folder 487

Edwin Augustus Osborne writings #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 484-487

Letters and writings by Edwin Augustus Osborne entitled "The Unconfirmed and Holy Communion," 1910; "History of the 4th Regiment of North Carolina State Troops"; handwritten draft of "A Chapter in the Life of a Confederate Soldier"; and drafts of sermons.

Oversize Volume SV-3275/2

Family Bible of Edwin Augustus Osborne #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " SV-3275/2

Inscription states that the Bible was given to Edwin Augustus Osborne by his wife, Frances "Fannie" S. Osborne, in 1869. Edwin Augustus Osborne then gave it to his son, Alexander D.M. Osborne, in 1922.

Folder 488

Church and military papers, 1861-1923 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 488

Appointments to deacon and various military positions.

Folder 489

Deeds and wills #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 489

Deeds, wills, and other similar materials of Edwin Augustus Osborne.

Folder 490

Estate of Edwin Augustus Osborne #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 490

Certificate of death for Edwin Augustus Osborne and letters to Adlai Osborne from Francis M. Osborne, concerning the settlement of the estate.

Folder 491

Herradura Land Company #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 491

Stocks and letters from the company.

Folder 492

Accounts, 1888-1890 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 492

Receipts, purchase lists, related materials.

Folder 493

Financial materials, 1911-1914 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 493

Receipts and bank statements.

Folder 494

About Edwin Augustus Osborne #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 494

Mainly church histories and clippings.

Folder 495

Confederate veteran's badges, circa 1900 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 495

Folder 496

Regiment of Midshipmen Christmas cards #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 496

Folder 497

Other papers #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Edwin Augustus Osborne Papers, 1861-1925. " Folder 497

Income tax returns, clipping about Edwin Augustus Osborne's sixtieth anniversary, notes.

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Photographs of Osborne and Clarkson family and friends and photographic reproductions of family portraits. Includes a photograph of "baby prize fighter" Francis B. Osborne from 1910. Many of the photographs appear to have been gathered as part of Josephine A. Osborne's genealogical research.

Image Folder PF-3275/4

Josephine A. Osborne, 1953 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/4

Image Folder PF-3275/5

Edwin Augustus Osborne, circa 1920 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/5

Photograph of Edwin Augustus Osborne, dated 1922, a photograph of Edwin Augustus Osborne with great-granddaughter Sarah Clarkson, circa 1920s, and a photograph of Edwin Augustus Osborne with M.J. Stuart at the Thompson Orphanage, dated 1921.

Image Folder PF-3275/6

Silhouette of A.D. Moore, circa 1800s #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/6

Pernulia Osborne, circa 1890s #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/6

E.K.P. Osborne, dated 1893 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/6

Ephraim B. Osborne at approximate age of 90-93, circa 1890 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/6

Aged 90-93.

Image Folder PF-3275/7

Joyer Osborne, Adelaide Osborne, and an unidentified boy, circa 1910 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/7

Francis B. Osborne at age five, circa 1910 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/7

Verso reads "baby prize fighter."

Adlai Osborne, circa 1920 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/7

Marie Osborne and Harriet Osborne as young girls, circa 1920 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/7

Image Folder PF-3275/8

Heriot Clarkson, 1933 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/8

Heriot Clarkson and Mary Clarkson, 1933 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/8

Frank Clarkson, 1948 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/8

Harriet, Louise, and Rebecca as children, 1950 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/8

Image Folder PF-3275/9

Dr. J.F. Shaffner of the fourth regiment, circa 1870 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/9

Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Dorris, 1922 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/9

Mrs. Albert Hallman's house, 1927 #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/9

One of house, one of house with unidentified woman.

Image Folder PF-3275/10

Reproductions of family portraits #03275, Subseries: "Addition of May 1981: Photographs, circa 1800-1953 (bulk 1890s-1930s)." PF-3275/10

Photographic reproductions, circa 1950, of painted portraits of family members with supporting notes and letters. Portraits are of Thomas Osborne (1631-1712), the first Duke of Leeds; Francis Godolphin Osborne (1751-1799), the fifth Duke of Leeds; Alexander McWhorter (1734-1807); Margaret McWhorter (1776-1864); and Robin Davidson (1769-1853).

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Processing Information

Processed by: Sara Mannheimer, Virginia Ferris, and Julie Seifert, February 2013

Addition of May 1981 processed by: Danielle Fasig, February 2013

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