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Collection Number: 00539

Collection Title: Frank Nash Papers, 1726-1965 (bulk 1900-1919)

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Size 5.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 4,000 items)
Abstract Francis (Frank) Nash (1855-1932), son of the Reverend Frederick Kollock Nash (1813-1861) and Anne McLean Nash, was assistant attorney general of North Carolina, 1918-1931, and clerk of the State Supreme Court, 1931-1932. The collection includes legal, business, and personal correspondence, chiefly 1900-1919, of Frank Nash and members of his family. The papers, 1729-1859, consist of land grants, deeds, indentures, copies of wills, and correspondence of the Nash and Strudwick families of Hillsborough, N.C. Of special note are the letters of North Carolina federalists during the early 1800s. Also included are the personal letters of Frank Nash's grandfather, Frederick Nash (1871-1858), who served as Superior Court judge, 1818-1826 and 1836-1844; as justice of the State Supreme Court, 1844-1852; and as chief justice of the Court, 1852-1858. Papers, 1859-1865, deal with events leading up to and during the Civil War. Following the war, papers are mainly legal and business records with scattered reference to state and national politics. There are also items relating to the Nash and Kollock School for girls in Hillsborough; the Good Roads Movement, 1911-1913; and the campaign for prohibition, 1915. Also present are 37 volumes that are account books; scrapbooks; legal notebooks; and notebooks of historical and biographical writings, including writings on history and historical fiction by Frank Nash.
Creator Nash, Frank, 1855-1932.
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 Frank Nash Papers #539, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Alternate Form of Material
All or part of this collection is available on microfilm from University Publications of America as part of Southern Women and their Families in the 19th Century, Series A.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Jesse Powell Baker Nash before 1940 and in 1955 and from Mrs. Lenoir Chambers in the 1970s.
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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The following terms from Library of Congress Subject Headings suggest topics, persons, geography, etc. interspersed through the entire collection; the terms do not usually represent discrete and easily identifiable portions of the collection--such as folders or items.

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Frederick Nash (1781-1858) was the son of Abner Nash, governor of North Carolina, and his second wife, Mary Whiting Jones Nash. He graduated from Princeton and began practicing law in New Bern, N.C., moving to Hillsborough in 1807. He served in the General Assembly, was a Superior Court judge, and a member of the Supreme Court of North Carolina, 1844-1858, serving as chief justice from 1852. He married Mary Goddard Kollock of Elizabethtown, N.J., in 1803. The couple had seven children, among them the Reverend Frederick Kollock Nash (1813-1861).

Francis Nash (1855-1932), known as Frank, was the son of the Reverend Frederick Kollock Nash, a Presbyterian minister, and his second wife, Anne Maria McLean Kollock. Frank Nash served as assistant attorney general of North Carolina, 1918-1931, and clerk of the state Supreme Court, 1931-1932. He made an unsuccessful bid to be the Democratic Party nominee for attorney general in 1924.

Two other children of Frederick Nash and Mary Goddard Kollock Nash were daughters Maria J. Nash (1819-1907) and Sally K. Nash (1811-1893), who, along with their cousin Sara Kollock, operated the Nash and Kollock School, a school for young ladies in Hillsborough from 1859 to 1890. The school was in the Nash home that Frederick Nash purchased from Duncan Cameron, one part of which had been built in the 18th century by Isaac Edwards, secretary to Governor Tryon.

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The collection includes legal, business, and personal correspondence, chiefly 1900-1919, of North Carolina lawyer Frank Nash and members of his family. The papers, 1729-1859, consist of land grants, deeds, indentures, copies of wills, and correspondence of the Nash and Strudwick families of Hillsborough, N.C. Of special note are the letters of North Carolina federalists during the early 1800s. Also included are the personal letters of Frank Nash's grandfather, Frederick Nash (1871-1858), who served as Superior Court judge, 1818-1826 and 1836-1844; as justice of the State Supreme Court, 1844-1852; and as chief justice of the Court, 1852-1858. Papers, 1859-1865, deal with events leading up to and during the Civil War. Following the war, papers are mainly legal and business records with scattered reference to state and national politics. There are also items relating to the Nash and Kollock School for girls in Hillsborough; the Good Roads Movement, 1911-1913; and the campaign for prohibition, 1915. Also present are 37 volumes that are account books, scrapbooks, legal notebooks, and notebooks of historical and biographical writings, including writings on history and historical fiction by Frank Nash.

Note that original letters relating to the Nash and Kollock School are interfiled in Series 1.1. Series 2.2. contains writings and other materials relating to the school.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence and Related Material, 1729-1933.

About 3,700 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.1. 1729-1890.

About 400 items.

Legal, business, and personal correspondence and related material, chiefly 1900-1919, of Frank Nash and members of his family. Papers, 1729-1859, consists of land grants, deeds, indentures, copies of wills, and correspondence of the Nash and Strudwick families of Hillsborough, N.C. Many of the early items are typed transcriptions or photocopies of materials in private hands. Of special note are the letters of North Carolina federalists during the early 1800s. Also included are personal letters of Frank Nash's grandfather, Frederick (1771-1858), who served as Superior Court judge, 1818-1826 and 1836-1844; as justice of the state Supreme Court, 1844-1852; and as chief justice, 1852-1858. Papers, 1859-1865, deal with events leading up to and during the Civil War. Following the war, papers are chiefly legal and business records with scattered reference to state and national politics. Scattered throughout are a few short writings by Frank Nash and others on various topics. Also included are items relating to the Nash and Kollock School for girls in Hillsborough. These include letters, beginning in the 1860s, relating to life at the school; the ordering of books, circulars, and other materials for the school; advertisements for the school; and other topics. For other material relating to the Nash and Kollock School, see Series 2.2.

Folder 1

1729-1769 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 1

Folder 2

1775-1785 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 2

Folder 3

1787-1796 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 3

Folder 4

1803-1810 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 4

Folder 5

1812-1819 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 5

Folder 6

1820-1829 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 6

Folder 7

1830-1839 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 7

Folder 8

1840-1849 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 8

Folder 9

1850-1859 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 9

Folder 10

1861-1865 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 10

Folder 11

1866-1869 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 11

Folder 12

1870-1875 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 12

Folder 13

1877-1879 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 13

Folder 14

1880-1889 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 14

Folder 15

1890 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 15

Folder 15a

Undated and fragments before 1891 #00539, Subseries: "1.1. 1729-1890." Folder 15a

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2. 1891-1933.

About 3,300 items.

Included are materials on the Good Roads Movement, 1911-1913, with much about financing roads through bonds, and the prohibition campaign, 1915. There are many short, dated, writings, chiefly by Frank Nash (see Series 1.3.3. for undated short writings and volumes 136-151). Topics include North Carolina history and legal matters. Beginning around 1900, there are letters and short writings relating to Nash's interest in his own family history and in genealogy in general. Around 1909, letters relate to North Carolina politics, particularly as it influenced road construction. From 1912 on, many items relate to law cases that Nash handled. In 1923 and 1924, politics again surfaced as Nash made an unsuccessful run at becoming the Democratic Party nominee for attorney general. Beginning around 1925, there are more items relating to historical and genealogical interests than to legal and political ones. In 1932, there is a listing of historical subjects about which Nash wrote.

Folder 16

1891-1893 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 16

Folder 17

1894-1895 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 17

Folder 18

1896 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 18

Folder 19

1897-1899 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 19

Folder 20

1900 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 20

Folder 21

1901 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 21

Folder 22

1902 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 22

Folder 23

1903 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 23

Folder 24

1904 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 24

Folder 25-26

Folder 25

Folder 26

1905 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 25-26

Folder 27

1906 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 27

Folder 28

1907 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 28

Folder 29

1908 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 29

Folder 30-31

Folder 30

Folder 31

1909 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 30-31

Folder 32-33

Folder 32

Folder 33

1910 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 32-33

Folder 34-35

Folder 34

Folder 35

1911 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 34-35

Folder 36-43

Folder 36

Folder 37

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Folder 42

Folder 43

1912 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 36-43

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Folder 44

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Folder 46

Folder 47

1913 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 44-47

Folder 48-49

Folder 48

Folder 49

1914 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 48-49

Folder 50-52

Folder 50

Folder 51

Folder 52

1915 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 50-52

Folder 53-54

Folder 53

Folder 54

1916 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 53-54

Folder 55-59

Folder 55

Folder 56

Folder 57

Folder 58

Folder 59

1917 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 55-59

Folder 60

1918 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 60

Folder 61

1919 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 61

Folder 62

1920-1922 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 62

Folder 63-66

Folder 63

Folder 64

Folder 65

Folder 66

1923 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 63-66

Folder 67-69

Folder 67

Folder 68

Folder 69

1924 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 67-69

Folder 70-71

Folder 70

Folder 71

1925 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 70-71

Folder 72-73

Folder 72

Folder 73

1926 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 72-73

Folder 74-76

Folder 74

Folder 75

Folder 76

1927 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 74-76

Folder 77-78

Folder 77

Folder 78

1928 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 77-78

Folder 79-80

Folder 79

Folder 80

1929 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 79-80

Folder 81-83

Folder 81

Folder 82

Folder 83

1930 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 81-83

Folder 84-86

Folder 84

Folder 85

Folder 86

1931 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 84-86

Folder 87

1932 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 87

Folder 88

1933 #00539, Subseries: "1.2. 1891-1933." Folder 88

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About 200 items.

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About 20 items.

A few undated letters of Frank Nash, chiefly relating to genealogical matters.

Folder 89

Correspondence, undated #00539, Subseries: "1.3.1. Correspondence." Folder 89

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About 100 items.

Undated briefs, notes, and other legal items relating to specific cases handled by Nash.

Folder 90-95

Folder 90

Folder 91

Folder 92

Folder 93

Folder 94

Folder 95

Legal briefs and notes, undated #00539, Subseries: "1.3.2. Legal Briefs and Notes." Folder 90-95

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About 80 items.

Undated writings, chiefly on historical or genealogical topics, by Nash. Included with the genealogical writings (folder 107) are a few miscellaneous notes on family history and diplomas earned by various family members.

Folder 96-107

Folder 96

Folder 97

Folder 98

Folder 99

Folder 100

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Folder 105

Folder 106

Folder 107

Writings, undated #00539, Subseries: "1.3.3. Writings." Folder 96-107

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About 50 items.

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About 10 items.

Copies of The Presbyterian, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Southern Religious Telegram, and the National Gazette and Literary Register containing notices of the deaths of Nash and Kollock family members.

Folder 108

Clippings #00539, Subseries: "2.1. Clippings, 1829-1893." Folder 108

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About 40 items.

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About 20 items.

Notes and writings about the Nash and Kollock School. There is a small amount of correspondence, 1952-1965, relates to Ann Strudwick Nash's Ladies in the Making, a history of the Nash and Kollock School that was privately printed in 1964, while original letters relating to the Nash and Kollock School are interfiled in Series 1.1. Page proofs of this publication are also included.

Folder 109

Miscellaneous writings and notes #00539, Subseries: "2.2.1. Papers, 1860s-1965." Folder 109

Folder 110

Ann Strudwick Nash: Correspondence #00539, Subseries: "2.2.1. Papers, 1860s-1965." Folder 110

Folder 109

Ann Strudwick Nash: Notes #00539, Subseries: "2.2.1. Papers, 1860s-1965." Folder 109

Ann Strudwick Nash: Ladies in the Making: Page proofs, index, illustration list #00539, Subseries: "2.2.1. Papers, 1860s-1965." Folder 109

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About 20 items.

Photographs chiefly relating to students at the Nash and Kollock School.

Image P-539/1

Susan Mary Kirland, circa 1860-1865 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/1

Image P-539/2

Anna R. Burwell, circa 1860-1870 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/2

Image P-539/3

Rosaline Spotswood Strudwick, 1866 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/3

Image P-539/4

Sally K. Nash, circa 1865-1875 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/4

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Agnes Strudwick, circa 1870-1875 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/5

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Ann Strudwick, circa 1870-1875 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/6

Image P-539/7

Emma Graves Alderman, circa 1885-1895 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/7

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Hope Summerell Chamberlain, circa 1885-1895 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/8

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Elise Hutcheson Chapin, circa 1885-1895 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/9

Image P-539/10

Ann Strudwick, 1891 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/10

Image P-539/11

Ann Strudwick(?), circa 1890-1895 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/11

Image P-539/12

Group of five women, circa 1860-1865: "Civil War Pupils--Ella Williams (center)" #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/12

Image P-539/13

Group of 15 girls at the Nash and Kollock School, circa 1865-1875 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/13

Image P-539/14

Group of three women, circa 1890-1895: "Ann Strudwick at left wearing tam o'shanter" #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/14

Image P-539/15

Side view of the Nash and Kollock School with Mrs. Shepperd Strudwick in the foreground, circa 1880-1890 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/15

Image P-539/16

Front view of the Nash and Kollock School, circa 1880-1890 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/16

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"The Cedar Walk: Trees planted by Mary Kollock Nash shortly after she came to live in Hillsboro" #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/17

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"Heartsease--formerly the home of Governor Thomas Burke's daughter, Miss Polly Burke" #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/18

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"Mantel and other carved woodwork from the home of Frederick Nash. This woodwork is now the property of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander H. Graham" #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/19

Image P-539/20

Corner view of house, circa 1955-1965. "Office on lot where cedar walk used to be" #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/20

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Side view of Meadowside in Hillsborough, circa 1955-1965 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/21

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Front view of Meadowside in Hillsborough, circa 1955-1965 #00539, Subseries: "2.2.2. Pictures, 1860-1965." P-539/22

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37 items.
Folder 113

V-539/1: 1800-1806 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 113

Commonplace book containing extracts of poetry and philosophy, possibly compiled by Mary Goddard Kollock

Folder 114

V-539/2: 1844-1846 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 114

Notes on specific cases before the state Supreme Court by Frederick Nash. Basic points, arguments, comments, and references to authorities are given.

Folder 115

V-539/3: 1853-1858 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 115

Frederick Nash's notes as above after he became chief justice of the Supreme Court in 1852.

Folder 116

V-539/4: 1811, 1822 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 116

Commonplace book with religious memoranda of Isaac A. Kollock of Burlington.

Folder 117

V-539/5: 1865-1866 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 117

Pocket-sized account book and diary with miscellaneous accounts, June 1865, and F. N. Strudwick's records, February-May 1866, of a voyage by sea to Mexico and an overland trip back to North Carolina.

Folder 118

V-539/6: 1869-1874 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 118

Notebook of Robert C. Strudwick while a student at the Bingham School, Mebaneville, N.C. Included is prose, poetry, and lists of names and hometowns of fellow students.

Folder 119

V-539/7: 1888 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 119

High school register from Bishopville, S.C., with names of patrons and daily attendance. Blank pages were later used for a political article called "Three Platforms--A Comparative View" and for other similar material.

Folder 120

V-539/S-8: 1893-1904 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 120

Scrapbook with newspaper clippings, chiefly articles by Frank Nash, concerning law, politics, North Carolina history, and church matters.

Folder 121

V-539/9: 1905-1913 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 121

Miscellaneous accounts of Frank Nash, including those with tenants, for building repairs, as guardian, and other activities.

Folder 122

V-539/10: circa 1909-1932 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 122

Scrapbook relating to the public career of Frank Nash.

Folder 123-125

Folder 123

Folder 124

Folder 125

V-539/11-13 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 123-125

Small, undated notebooks, chiefly containing disorganized notes. Volume 11 contains notes on John Ker; Volume 12 contains notes on the Eno River and the Orange County, N.C., region; Volume 13 contains notes on Dennis Heartt, Governor Graham, and others.

Folder 126-135

Folder 126

Folder 127

Folder 128

Folder 129

Folder 130

Folder 131

Folder 132

Folder 133

Folder 134

Folder 135

V-539/14-23 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 126-135

Six canvas books relating to prohibition issues in Orange County, 1908, kept by Frank Nash as chair of the County Executive Committee; three notebooks on family history; one notebook containing the constitution and bylaws of the Social and Literary Club of Hillsborough.

Folder 136-151

Folder 136

Folder 137

Folder 138

Folder 139

Folder 140

Folder 141

Folder 142

Folder 143

Folder 144

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Folder 146

Folder 147

Folder 148

Folder 149

Folder 150

Folder 151

Vv-539/24-39 #00539, Series: "3. Volumes, 1800-1913 and undated." Folder 136-151

Notes on family history, Orange County history, legal theory and practice, politics, Sir Walter Scott, Alfred Tennyson, James Iredell, and other topics and persons.

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Processed by: Roslyn Holdzkom, 1993

Encoded by: Roslyn Holdzkom, May 2005

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