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Collection Number: 05179

Collection Title: Reed Family of Buncombe County, N.C., Papers, 1816-1996

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Size 3.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 1500 items)
Abstract The Reed family settled in Buncombe County, N.C., before 1789. Notable Reed family members include Joseph Reed (1827-1884), a captain in the Confederate States of America Army during the Civil War, who married Catherine Harrison Miller Reed. Joseph's son, Marcus Lafayette Reed (1851-1938), also known as Mark L. Reed and M. L. Reed, was a member of the North Carolina State Legislature, and was chair of the Board of County Commissioners for Buncombe County. His son, Mark L. Reed (1902-1944), was a prominent businessman and aviator in Asheville, N.C. His son, Mark L. Reed (1935- ), was a professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1963-2000, and a prominent William Wordsworth scholar. The collection consists of correspondence, notes, biographical sketches, pictures, financial and legal documents, volumes, clippings, and other materials pertaining to the history of the Reed family of Buncombe County, N.C. Reed family correspondence includes letters to Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) at North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (now North Carolina State University), from his mother, Bethany Barbara Sales Reed, discussing family matters and farming; letters to Edith Alicia Murphy Reed, wife of Mark L. Reed (1902-1944); letters to Mark L. Reed (1935- ); letters to and from Samuel J. Fisher, second husband of Edith Alicia Murphy Reed Fisher; and letters from Joseph Lucius Reed to his family, written while Joseph was serving in the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I, discussing daily life in camps and on the battlefront in France. The collection also includes materials, mostly written by Harriet Katherine Reed Whitaker, Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews, and Joseph Lucius Reed (b. 1893), related to the history of the Reed family, as well as the history of the Swannanoa River Valley, which surrounds Asheville, N.C. These materials include correspondence with other genealogists, biographical sketches about various Reed family members, family trees, and genealogical notes. Also included are materials pertaining to the Harrison and McBrayer families, who were related to the Reed family through marriages. The collection also contains other documents, among them financial papers, legal papers, and clippings from newspapers and magazines, related to various members of the Reed family. Included are membership cards, licenses, and certificates belonging to Mark L. Reed (1902-1944), documenting his various affiliations with civic groups and fraternal organizations, as well as his work in the aviation industry, both as a pilot and as an investor. Also included are materials related to Mark L. Reed's death in 1944 from injuries sustained in a plane crash. There are also military documents from Joseph Lucius Reed's service in World War I, documents relating to Edith Alicia Murphy Reed's career as an elementary school teacher, and certificates and clippings documenting the childhood and education of Mark L. Reed (1935- ). Papers related to Samuel J. Fisher include military documents from his service in World War I; financial statements related to his divorce from his first wife, Mary Patterson Fisher; point certificates from American Contract Bridge League tournaments; and sheet music from when Samuel was a member of the Harvard University Glee Club. There is also an extensive collection of photographs and pictures of members of the Reed, Murphy, McBrayer, Kitchin, and Sales families, and printed volumes belonging to, or written by, Reed family members.
Creator Reed family.
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 Reed Family of Buncombe County, N.C., Papers #5179, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Mark L. Reed (1935- ) of Chapel Hill, N.C., in September 2004 (Acc. 99904).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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The Reed family's history can be traced back to 16th century Britain. The first Reed to reside in the United States was George Reed (1612-1671) who emigrated to Virginia in 1637. William Reed (b. 1738) was the first Reed to settle in what is now Buncombe County, N.C., before 1789. His great-grandson, Joseph Reed (1827-1884), was a captain in the Confederate States of America Army during the Civil War, and was one of the largest landowners in North Carolina. On 1848, Joseph married Catherine Harrison Miller Reed, a descendant of the Harrison family of Virginia, which produced two United States Presidents: William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison. Joseph and Catherine's children include Samuel Harrison Reed (1851-1905), Marcus Lafayette Reed (1853-1938), Thomas Jefferson Reed (1860-1903), and Harriet Katherine Reed Whitaker (1869-1967).

Marcus Lafayette Reed (1853-1938) was a representative for Buncombe County in the North Carolina State Legislature from 1901 to 1904, and was chair of the Board of County Commissioners for Buncombe County, N.C., from 1900 to 1908. He married Fannie Stevens Reed in 1872. After Fannie died in 1881, Marcus married Bethany Barbara Sales Reed in 1882. His children included Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews (1873-1959), Hesta Lena Reed Kitchin (1879-1918), Jessie Reed Burnett (1885-1951), Joseph Lucius Reed (1893-?) and Mark L. Reed (1902-1944).

Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) was a prominent Asheville businessman, serving as president of Reed and Abee, Inc., a contracting firm, and as vice president of White Transportation Company. He was also manager of the Asheville-Hendersonville airport, and was himself an accomplished aviator, serving as wing commander of the Civil Air Patrol in North Carolina. He married Edith Alicia Murphy Reed in 1925, and had one son, Mark L. Reed (1935- ), before his death in 1944 from injuries suffered in a plane crash.

Mark L. Reed (1935- ) was educated at Yale University, where he received his B.A. in 1957, and received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1962. He was a professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 1963 to 2000, and was a prominent William Wordsworth scholar. He married Martha Balch Sibley Reed in 1958.

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Correspondence, notes, biographical sketches, pictures, financial documents, legal documents, volumes, clippings, and other materials pertaining to the history of the Reed family of Asheville, N.C. Reed family correspondence includes letters to Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) at North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering, now North Carolina State University, from his mother, Bethany Barbara Sales Reed, discussing family matters and farming. Correspondence also consists of letters to Edith Alicia Murphy Reed, wife of Mark L. Reed (1902-1944); letters to Mark L. Reed (1935- ); and letters to and from Samuel J. Fisher, second husband of Edith Alicia Murphy Reed. Finally, there are letters from Joseph Lucius Reed (b. 1893) to his family, written while Joseph was serving in the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I, discussing daily life in camps and on the battlefront in France. The collection also includes materials related to the history of the Reed family, as well as the history of the area surrounding Asheville, N.C. These materials, mostly written by Harriet Katherine Reed Whitaker, Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews, and Joseph Lucius Reed, include correspondence with other genealogists trying to establish links between their families and the Reed family, biographical sketches about various Reed family members, family trees, and genealogical notes. Also included are materials pertaining to the Harrison and McBrayer families, who were related to the Reed family through marriages. The Harrison family includes United States Presidents William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison.

The collection also contains other documents, including financial papers, legal papers, and clippings from newspapers and magazines, documenting various members of the Reed family. Included are membership cards, licenses, and certificates belonging to Mark L. Reed (1902-1944), documenting his various affiliations with civic groups and fraternal organizations, as well as his work in the aviation industry, both as a pilot and as an investor. Also included are materials related to his death in 1944 from injuries sustained in a plane crash. There are also military documents from Joseph Lucius Reed's service in World War I, documents relating to Edith Alicia Murphy Reed's career as an elementary school teacher, and certificates and clippings documenting the childhood and education of Mark L. Reed (1935- ). Papers related to Samuel J. Fisher include military documents from his service in World War I; financial statements related to his divorce from his first wife, Mary Patterson Fisher; point certificates from American Contract Bridge League tournaments; and sheet music from when Samuel was a member of the Harvard University Glee Club.

An extensive collection of photographs and pictures are included of members of the Reed, Murphy, McBrayer, Kitchin, and Sales families. Also included are printed volumes belonging to, or written by, Reed family members.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence, 1864-1996.

About 350 items.

Arrangement: by correspondent and chronologically.

Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) correspondence consists mostly of letters from his mother, Bethany Barbara Sales Reed, to him while he was attending North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (now North Carolina State University). These letters generally discuss domestic matters, as well as planting, harvesting, and other events on the Reed family farm. In addition, Bethany often exhorted her son to do well in his studies at college. In letters from 25 January to 15 February 1920, she described with growing apprehension the influenza epidemic which hit Asheville, N.C., at the time. Edith Alicia Murphy Reed correspondence mostly comprises letters from friends and family of Edith congratulating her on the birth of her son, Mark L. Reed (1935- ). The correspondence of Mark L. Reed (1935- ) consists almost entirely of letters from Joseph Lucius Reed (b. 1893), Mark L. Reed's uncle, and Charles Wingate Reed, Mark L. Reed's cousin. The letters, dating from 1962 to 1975, chiefly congratulate Mark on his scholarly and personal accomplishments, including his Guggenheim fellowship, his study of William Wordsworth at the University of Cambridge in England, and the births of his children. The letters also mention Joseph's and Charles's own publications, including Rivers of North Carolina - the Swannanoa (Joseph Lucius Reed) and Beaufort County: Two Centuries of Its History (Charles Wingate Reed).

Joseph Lucius Reed correspondence consists of letters written by Joseph, son of Marcus Lafayette Reed, to his mother, Bethany Barbara Sales Reed, and his siblings during his service in Company D, 120th Infantry, 30th Division, American Expeditionary Forces during World War I. Letters were sent from Camp Jackson, S.C. (21 September-7 October 1917); Camp Sevier, S.C. (17 October 1917-3 May 1918); Camp Merritt, N.J. (14 May 1918); and overseas in England (29 May 1918) and France (11 June 1918-1 March 1919). In the letters from army camps, Joseph related everyday camp life and conditions, including meals, sleeping arrangements, drills, finances, and the difficulty in getting furloughs to visit home. Overseas letters have no details of military engagements (due to military censorship), but do contain descriptions of towns and people encountered by Joseph and his fellow troops. Joseph showed a particular interest in the farm land and agricultural methods of French peasants. In letters written after the armistice, Joseph often expresses uncertainty about when he will be able to return home to North Carolina.

There is also correspondence to and from Samuel J. Fisher, second husband of Edith Alicia Murphy Reed, wife of Mark L. Reed (1902-1944). Most of the correspondence relates to Samuel J. Fisher's divorce from his first wife, Mary Patterson Fisher. Included are Samuel's letters to and from Mary's brother, Howard A. Patterson, discussing the personal acrimony between Samuel and Mary. Also included is a letter from 1864 from "Mary," in Salem, N.C., to "Rufus." The letter was originally filed with the Samuel J. Fisher letters, but the correspondents' relation to Samuel Fisher is unknown. Postcards are generally either unaddressed or are addressed to Gold and Lane family members.

Folder 1

Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) correspondence. #05179, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1864-1996." Folder 1

Folder 2

Edith Murphy Reed correspondence. #05179, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1864-1996." Folder 2

Folder 3

Mark L. Reed (1935- )correspondence. #05179, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1864-1996." Folder 3

Folder 4-5

Folder 4

Folder 5

Joseph Lucius Reed: World War I correspondence. #05179, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1864-1996." Folder 4-5

Folder 6

Samuel J. Fisher correspondence. #05179, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1864-1996." Folder 6

Folder 7

Postcards. #05179, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1864-1996." Folder 7

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About 200 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Letters, published and unpublished narratives, and notes related to the genealogies and histories of the Reed family and related families, as well as of the Asheville, N.C., area in which they resided. Reed family genealogical correspondence is written by and to Reed family members, including Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews and Harriet Katherine Reed Whitaker, as well as other persons looking for connections between their families and the Reed family. Reed family genealogies include "Reed Genealogy: 1500-1926," compiled and printed by Harriet Katherine Reed Whitaker, with a handwritten addition by Joseph Lucius Reed. Included among the Reed family biographical sketches is a reminiscence about Bethany Barbara Sales Reed, written by her son, Joseph Lucius Reed, and a biographical essay on Marcus Lafayette Reed, written by his daughter Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews.

There is also considerable correspondence to and from Harriet Katherine Reed Whitaker related to the history of the Harrison family, to which the Reeds were related through Catherine Harrison Miller Reed, Harriet's mother. Catherine's grandfather, Joseph Harrison (1737-1811), was a cousin of United States President William Henry Harrison. Included in the correspondence are letters to Harriet from other Harrisons requesting information on her branch of the family, as well as a family tree of the Harrison family and Harriet's application for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution, which displays her relation to the Harrison family. Other genealogical materials include those of the McBrayer family, related to the Reed family through Lavina McBrayer Reed, grandmother of Marcus Lafayette Reed. Materials written by Joseph Lucius Reed include a history of the Swannanoa Valley, the land surrounding Asheville, N.C., as well as a biographical sketch of Billy Brown, a friend of Joseph Reed (1827-1884), and a history of Gashes Creek Church, a Baptist church outside of Asheville, N.C., of which Joseph Reed (1827-1884) was a founding member.

Folder 8

Reed family history: correspondence. #05179, Series: "2. Family History and Local History Materials, 1905-1995." Folder 8

Folder 9

Reed family history: genealogies. #05179, Series: "2. Family History and Local History Materials, 1905-1995." Folder 9

Folder 10

Reed family history: biographical sketches. #05179, Series: "2. Family History and Local History Materials, 1905-1995." Folder 10

Folder 11-12

Folder 11

Folder 12

Harrison family history: correspondence. #05179, Series: "2. Family History and Local History Materials, 1905-1995." Folder 11-12

Folder 13

Various families' genealogical materials. #05179, Series: "2. Family History and Local History Materials, 1905-1995." Folder 13

Folder 14

Harriett Reed Whitaker: genealogy notebook. #05179, Series: "2. Family History and Local History Materials, 1905-1995." Folder 14

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Folder 17

Joseph Lucius Reed: History of the Swannanoa Valley, Parts I and II. #05179, Series: "2. Family History and Local History Materials, 1905-1995." Folder 15-17

Folder 18

Joseph Lucius Reed: Biography of Billy Brown. #05179, Series: "2. Family History and Local History Materials, 1905-1995." Folder 18

Folder 19

Joseph Lucius Reed: History and notes concerning Gashes Creek Church. #05179, Series: "2. Family History and Local History Materials, 1905-1995." Folder 19

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About 400 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Correspondence, financial and legal documents, clippings, certificates, and other materials related to various members of the Reed family. Included is an official copy of the will and testament of David McBrayer, grandfather of Marcus Lafayette Reed, dated 12 October 1816. Marcus Lafayette Reed materials include a newspaper article commemorating his 82nd birthday, containing information on his career in the North Carolina state legislature. Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) materials include workbooks from his primary school classes, membership cards to various community and fraternal organizations, licenses and certificates related to his status as a pilot, and clippings, programs, and church bulletins related to Mark's death on 6 September 1944 of injuries sustained in a plane crash. Edith Alicia Murphy Reed Fisher materials include her teaching certificate and assignments completed by students in her elementary school class. The collection also contains military documents from Joseph Lucius Reed's service in World War I, as well as certificates and clippings documenting the childhood and education of Mark L. Reed (1935- ).

Documents related to Samuel J. Fisher, Edith Murphy Reed's second husband, are numerous. Military records include his honorable discharge certificate from the United States Army, and a presidential certificate commemorating his service in World War I. Legal documents include statements of assets and articles of agreement relating to Samuel J. Fisher's divorce from his first wife, Mary Patterson Fisher. Also included are point certificates from American Contract Bridge League matches in which Samuel participated, as well as love poems and birthday poems sent to Samuel, likely by Mary Patterson Fisher. Most of the sheet music included in this series dates from Samuel J. Fisher's participation in the Harvard University Glee Club. It mostly consists of various arrangements for men's chorus, including Harvard school songs. There are also documents related to Lane family members, who were related to the Reed family.

Folder 20

David McBrayer, grandfather of Marcus Lafayette Reed: Will. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 20

Folder 21

Joseph Lafayette Murphy, father of Edith Murphy Reed: Deed. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 21

Folder 22

Marcus Lafayette Reed. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 22

Folder 23

Marcus Lafayette Reed: Scrapbook. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 23

Folder 24

Mark L. Reed (1902-1944). #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 24

Folder 25

Mark L. Reed (1902-1944): Death materials. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 25

Folder 26

Mark L. Reed (1902-1944): English notebook, 1916-1918. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 26

Folder 27

Mark L. Reed (1902-1944): Grammar book, 1909. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 27

Folder 28

Mark L. Reed (1902-1944): Mathematics book, 1909. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 28

Folder 29a

Mark L. Reed (1902-1944): Quotation book. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 29a

Folder 29b

Mark L. Reed (1902-1944): Scrapbook. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 29b

Folder 30

Edith Alicia Murphy Reed Fisher. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 30

Folder 31

Edith Alicia Murphy Reed Fisher: Teaching materials. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 31

Folder 32

Mark L. Reed (1935- ). #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 32

Folder 33

Joseph Lucius Reed. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 33

Folder 34

Samuel J. Fisher: American Contract Bridge League. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 34

Folder 35

Samuel J. Fisher: Clippings. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 35

Folder 36

Samuel J. Fisher: Harvard materials. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 36

Folder 37

Samuel J. Fisher: Legal records. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 37

Folder 38

Samuel J. Fisher: Military records. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 38

Folder 39

Samuel J. Fisher: North Carolina Association of Insurance Agents certificate. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 39

Folder 40

Samuel J. Fisher: Poetry. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 40

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Folder 41

Folder 42

Samuel J. Fisher: Sheet music. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 41-42

Folder 43

Other Reed family documents. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 43

Folder 44

Lane family documents. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 44

Folder 45

Miscellaneous clippings. #05179, Series: "3. Other Written Materials, 1816-1985." Folder 45

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482 items.

Arrangement: by person or subject.

Photographs and drawings of members of the Reed, Murphy, McBrayer, Kitchin, and Sales families. Pictures grouped under one person's name generally include that person's wife and direct descendants (children and grandchildren).

Folder 46

Political cartoon of Marcus Lafayette Reed and other politicians "milking" Buncombe County, painted on wood shingle by F. A. Hull, 1904. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." Folder 46

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Ancestors of Marcus Lafayette Reed. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/1

SF-P-5179/1: John Reed V (1802-1886), father of Joseph Reed III.

SF-P-5179/2: Lavina McBrayer Reed, mother of Joseph Reed III.

SF-P-5179/3: Joseph Reed III (1827-1884).

SF-P-5179/4: Catherine Harrison Miller Reed (1828-1907), wife of Joseph Reed III.

P-5179/5: Catherine Harrison Miller Reed, age 67.

P-5179/6: Catherine Harrison Miller Reed, age 78.

P-5179/7: Grave of Joseph Reed III and Catherine Harrison Miller Reed.

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Marcus Lafayette Reed and immediate family. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/2-6

P-5179/8: Marcus Lafayette Reed, 24 April 1898.

P-5179/9: Marcus Lafayette Reed, circa 1898.

P-5179/10: Marcus Lafayette Reed, probably taken in 1890s.

P-5179/11: Marcus Lafayette Reed, probably taken in 1920s.

P-5179/12: Marcus Lafayette Reed, 1931.

P-5179/13: Marcus Lafayette Reed, undated.

P-5179/14: Fannie Stevens Reed (1853-1881), first wife of Marcus Lafayette Reed, age 17.

P-5179/15: Marcus Lafayette Reed and Fannie Stevens Reed.

P-5179/16: Bethany Barbara Sales Reed (1856-1923), second wife of Marcus Lafayette Reed.

P-5179/17-18: Bethany Barbara Sales Reed, hand-colored photographs.

SF-P-5179/19: Group of children, with Bethany Barbara Sales Reed in the rear row, far left.

SF-P-5179/20: Tintype of Bethany Barbara Sales Reed, age 15 or 16.

SF-P-5179/21: Tintype of Bethany Barbara Sales Reed.

P-5179/22: Marcus Lafayette Reed and Bethany Barbara Sales Reed, circa 1882.

OP-5179/23: Marcus Lafayette Reed, Bethany Barbara Sales Reed, and family at house on Swannanoa River.

P-5179/24-30: Marcus Lafayette Reed and grandson Mark L. Reed (1935- ).

P-5179/31: Marcus Lafayette Reed and family at grave of Joseph Harrison, 20 May 1926.

P-5179/32-33: Home of Marcus Lafayette Reed on Swannanoa River east of Biltmore, N.C.

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Photos of Marcus Lafayette Reed and family members at his home, 1930. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/7

P-5179/34: Marcus Lafayette Reed with son Morris Franklin Reed (b. 1874) and daughter-in-law Edith Alicia Murphy Reed (1901-1999).

P-5179/35: Marcus Lafayette Reed, Morris Franklin Reed, and son Mark L. Reed (1902-1944).

P-5179/36: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) with Reed Kitchin (b. 1903) and Julian P. Kitchin (1909- ), grandchildren of Marcus Lafayette Reed.

P-5179/37: Morris Franklin Reed and Mark L. Reed (1902-1944).

P-5179/38: Marcus Lafayette Reed and Mark L. Reed (1902-1944).

P-5179/39: Marcus Lafayette Reed (1853-1938) and Edith Alicia Murphy Reed (1901-1999).

P-5179/40: Morris Franklin Reed; Joseph Lucius Reed (b. 1893); Reed Kitchin; Marcus Lafayette Reed; Julian P. Kitchin (1909- ); and Mark L. Reed (1902-1944).

P-5179/41: Joseph Lucius Reed and Marcus Lafayette Reed.

P-5179/42: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) and Edith Alicia Murphy Reed.

P-5179/43: Campbell LeCompte Jr., grandson of Morris Franklin Reed.

P-5179/44: Campbell LeCompte Jr. and Morris Franklin Reed.

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Lula Reed Brookshire (1864-1889), sister of Marcus Lafayette Reed. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/8

P-5179/45: Lula Reed Brookshire.

SF-P-5179/46: Lula Reed Brookshire, 1880.

Image Folder PF-5179/9

Samuel Harrison Reed (1851-1905) and immediate family. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/9

P-5179/47: Samuel Harrison Reed, 1870.

P-5179/48: Samuel Harrison Reed in adulthood.

P-5179/49-51: Jessie Wingate Reed, wife of Samuel Harrison Reed.

P-5179/52: Samuel Harrison Reed and Jessie Wingate Reed.

SF-P-5179/53: Tintype of Samuel Harrison Reed and Jessie Wingate Reed.

P-5179/54: Charles Wingate Reed (b. 1892), son of Samuel Harrison Reed and Jessie Wingate Reed.

P-5179/55: Annice Bright Reed and Charles Wingate Reed (1913-1917), wife and son of Charles Wingate Reed (b. 1892).

Image Folder PF-5179/10

Thomas Jefferson Reed (1860-1903), brother of Marcus Lafayette Reed, and immediate family. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/10

P-5179/56: Thomas Jefferson Reed.

OP-P-5179/57: Thomas Jefferson Reed.

P-5179/58: Susan A. Ashworth Reed (1858-1935), wife of Thomas Jefferson Reed.

P-5179/59: Thomas Jefferson Reed and Susan A. Ashworth Reed.

P-5179/60: Thomas Jefferson Reed and family.

P-5179/61: Lula Maude Reed (b. 1880), daughter of Thomas Jefferson Reed.

P-5179/62: Lula Maude Reed and unidentified person.

P-5179/63-64: Clyde Sidney Reed (1883-1939), son of Thomas Jefferson Reed.

P-5179/65-66: Lula Maude Reed and Clyde Sidney Reed (1883-1939), children of Thomas Jefferson Reed.

P-5179/67: Unidentified baby, probably Clyde Sidney Reed (1883-1939), or Lula Maude Reed.

P-5179/68-69: Virginia Randolph Ward Reed, wife of Clyde Reed (1913- ); Lucy Egerton Reed (1937- ); and Clyde Sydney Reed (1940- ); children of Clyde Reed.

Image Folder PF-5179/11

Harriet Katherine Reed Whitaker (1869-1967), sister of Marcus Lafayette Reed. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/11

P-5179/70-73: Harriet Katherine Reed Whitaker.

P-5179/74: Home of Harriet Katherine Reed Whitaker and Charles R. Whitaker.

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Mark L. Reed (1902-1944). #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/12-14

P-5179/75-76: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944), age 4 months 10 days.

P-5179/77: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944), probably around age 4, and Reed Kitchin (b. 1903).

P-5179/78: 5th grade class, Biltmore School, 1913. Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) is probably in the front row, third from left.

P-5179/79: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944): Eleventh birthday (1913).

P-5179/80: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944), 12 years old.

P-5179/81: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) and "Bennie," his dog.

P-5179/82: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) and Edith Alicia Murphy Reed.

P-5179/83: Three couples, with Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) and Edith Alicia Murphy Reed on right.

P-5179/84: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944), late 1930s.

P-5179/85: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) piloting an airplane.

P-5179/86: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944), Edith Alicia Murphy Reed, and Rhea Leslie.

P-5179/87: Marcus Lafayette Reed, Mark L. Reed (1902-1944), and Mark L. Reed (1935- ).

P-5179/88: Mark L. Reed (1902-1944), Mark L. Reed (1935- ), and Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews (1873-1959).

P-5179/89-95: House of Mark L. Reed (1902-1944).

P-5179/96: Reed and Abee Construction Company: workers and trucks.

P-5179/97: Ford Model T, part of collection kept at Reed and Alice Construction.

Image Folder PF-5179/15

Mark L. Reed (1902-1944) aviation photos. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/15

P-5179/98: Lockheed P-38 Lightning flying over Los Angeles.

P-5179/99: Lockheed P-38 Lightning on a runway.

P-5179/100: Group of men in front of A and H Flying Service hangar, April 1939.

P-5179/101: Panoramic photograph of A and H Flying Service hangar and planes.

P-5179/102-105: Stinson SR9B aircraft, owned by Mark L. Reed (1902-1944), 1937.

Image Folder PF-5179/16

Edith Alicia Murphy Reed (1901-1999). #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/16

P-5179/106: Edith Alicia Murphy Reed.

P-5179/107: Edith Alicia Murphy Reed and Mark L. Reed (1935- ), circa 1940.

P-5179/108-110: Edith Alicia Murphy Reed with unidentified persons.

Image Folder PF-5179/17

Edith Alicia Murphy Reed (1901-1999): Photographs taken during stay in Cheraw, S.C. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/17

P-5179/111: House once occupied by South Carolina Chief Justice Henry McIver.

P-5179/112: Building with balcony from which Marquis de Lafayette spoke.

P-5179/113: Large crape-myrtle in front of house.

P-5179/114-115: Confederate war monument, reputedly the first erected in the South.

Image Folder PF-5179/18-19

PF-5179/18

PF-5179/19

Mark L. Reed (1935- ) #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/18-19

P-5179/116: Mark L. Reed (1935- ), circa 1936.

P-5179/117-118: Mark L. Reed (1935- ), age 11 months, circa 1936.

P-5179/119: Mark L. Reed (1935- ), Asheville, N.C., 1936.

P-5179/120: Mark L. Reed (1935- ), circa 1939.

P-5179/121: Mark L. Reed (1935- ), 7 Kimberly Ave., Asheville, N.C.

P-5179/122: Class band photograph: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) probably in front row, third from left.

P-5179/123-145: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) on playground.

P-5179/146-163: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) outdoors in the winter.

P-5179/164-173: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) with maid.

P-5179/174-191: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) in Sarasota, Fla.

P-5179/192-196: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) at airport.

P-5179/197-205: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) on tricycle and with dog.

P-5179/206-208: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) in crib.

P-5179/209-212: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) with birthday cake.

P-5179/213-218: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) with various child friends.

P-5179/219-247: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) miscellaneous.

P-5179/248-253: Camp Sequoyah, possibly in 1943.

P-5179/254: Mark L. Reed (1935- ) as a teenager with friends, possibly at Camp Sequoyah.

Image Folder PF-5179/20

Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews (1873-1959) and immediate family. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/20

P-5179/255: Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews (1873-1959), Asheville, N.C., 1892.

P-5179/256-257: Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews, Washington, D.C., 1895.

P-5179/258-259: Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews, Asheville, N.C., 1905.

P-5179/260: Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews and Dr. A. Mathews, Ella's second husband, Virginia Beach, Va., 1907.

P-5179/261: Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews, Dr. A. Mathews, and family, Asheville, N.C., 24 September 1913.

P-5179/262: Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews and friends, Black Mountain, N.C., 1923.

P-5179/263: Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews with friend, 189 Kimberly Avenue, Asheville, N.C.

P-5179/264: Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews.

P-5179/265-266: Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews and Joseph Lucius Reed.

SF-P-5179/267: Herbert Latham (1861-1904), first husband of Ella Osmonia Reed Latham Mathews, on his way to University of North Carolina.

Image Folder PF-5179/21

P-5179/268: Unidentified, possibly Morris Franklin Reed (b. 1874) or Joseph Lucius Reed (b. 1893). #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/21

Image Folder PF-5179/22

Frederick Wayne Reed (1877-1928). #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/22

P-5179/269-270: Frederick Wayne Reed.

P-5179/271: Frederick Wayne Reed, with Inez Sorrells and Joseph Lucius Reed at Reed home on Swannanoa River, hauling pumpkins.

Image Folder PF-5179/23

Hesta Lena Reed Kitchin (1879-1918). #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/23

P-5179/272-274: Hesta Lena Reed Kitchin.

P-5179/275: Asheville Normal and Collegiate Institute, 1898. Hesta Lena Reed Kitchin in second row, far left.

P-5179/276: Asheville Normal and Collegiate Institute. Hesta Lena Reed Kitchin in top row, directly below doorway.

P-5179/277: Hesta Lena Reed Kitchin with fan.

P-5179/278-280: Hesta Lena Reed Kitchin and Julian P. Kitchin (1879-1940).

P-5179/281: Hesta Lena Reed Kitchin (seated) and Lucille Murphy Reed (b. 1871), wife of Morris Franklin Reed, with Pierce Matthews and Reed Kitchin (b. 1903).

P-5179/282-283: Julian P. Kitchin (1879-1940).

P-5179/284: Hesta Reed Kitchin, Julian P. Kitchin (1879-1940), and Reed Kitchin.

P-5179/285: Reed Kitchin and girl, circa 1910. The girl may be Reed Kitchin's cousin, Mary Murphy Reed, daughter of Morris Franklin Reed.

P-5179/286: Reed Kitchin, 9 December 1959.

P-5179/287: Buncombe County, N.C., headquarters for Allen Jay Maxwell's campaign for governor of North Carolina in 1940. Reed Kitchin, who was campaign manager in Buncombe County, is third man from left.

P-5179/288: Mary Stallings Kitchin , wife of Reed Kitchin, at Tampa International Airport, Tampa, Fla., 14 September 1949.

P-5179/289: Mary Stallings Kitchin and Julian P. Kitchin (1909- ).

P-5179/290: Mary Stallings Kitchin with woman, possibly her mother.

Image Folder PF-5179/24

Jessie Reed Burnett (1885-1951) and immediate family. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/24

SF-P-5179/291: Jessie Reed Burnett (1885-1951) and Hesta Lena Reed Kitchin.

P-5179/292: Jessie Reed Burnett, circa 1890.

P-5179/293-294: Jessie Reed Burnett and Joseph Lucius Reed, circa 1895.

P-5179/295-296: Jessie Reed Burnett and friends, circa 1902.

P-5179/297: Jessie Reed Burnett with Sarah Beth Burnett (1915- ) and Tom Burnett (1913- ), her children.

P-5179/298: Sarah Beth Burnett, age 3.

P-5179/299: Sarah Beth Burnett, Greenville, S.C., 1921.

P-5179/300-302: Sarah Beth Burnett and Watson Luther.

P-5179/303: Sarah Beth Burnett and Hugh Reavis Nelson, her husband, in front of plane.

Image Folder PF-5179/25-26

PF-5179/25

PF-5179/26

Joseph Lucius Reed (b. 1893). #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/25-26

P-5179/304: Joseph Lucius Reed (b. 1893) and his dog and cat in the yard of Marcus Lafayette Reed's home, 1896.

P-5179/305: Joseph Lucius Reed, circa 1900.

P-5179/306: Joseph Lucius Reed at the Reed home on the Swannanoa River, upon his departure for World War I.

P-5179/307: Joseph Lucius Reed at Camp Sevier, Greenville, S.C., 1916.

P-5179/308-309: Joseph Lucius Reed in World War I uniform, probably 1917.

Image Folder PF-5179/27

Mary Murphy Reed (b. 1903), daughter of Morris Franklin Reed. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/27

Image Folder PF-5179/28

Sales family. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/28

SF-P-5179/312: Robert Freeman Sales (1833-1898) and Martha Marlow Sales (1835-1914), parents of Bethany Barbara Sales Reed, with Bethany in front of Robert.

P-5179/313-314: Nina Sales.

P-5179/315: Sales family: four generations.

P-5179/316: Unidentified family photo, probably Sales family.

Image Folder PF-5179/29

Samuel J. Fisher, second husband of Edith Alicia Murphy Reed. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/29

P-5179/317: Samuel J. Fisher: Identification card and photograph from American Expeditionary Forces (World War I).

P-5179/318: Samuel J. Fisher with horse.

OP-P-5179/319: Samuel J. Fisher on a horse.

Image Folder PF-5179/30-31

PF-5179/30

PF-5179/31

Murphy family. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/30-31

P-5179/320-321: Joseph L. Murphy (1867-1936).

P-5179/322: Joseph L. Murphy and Ann Murphy Winstead, sister of Edith Alicia Murphy Reed.

P-5179/323-324: Hessie Nesbitt Murphy (1881-1958), mother of Edith Alicia Murphy Reed.

P-5179/325: Carl Killian and Winnie Alice Murphy Killian at Reed Memorial Baptist Church, Biltmore, N.C.

P-5179/326-327: Nancy Melonia Cooper Nesbitt, mother of Hessie Nesbitt Murphy, 1942.

SF-P-5179/328: Dr. Ellis G. Winstead, husband of Ann Murphy Winstead.

P-5179/329-331: Leah Dae Winstead Younce, daughter of Ann Murphy Winstead and Dr. Ellis G. Winstead.

P-5179/332: Leah Dae Winstead Younce and James Younce, September 1978.

P-5179/333: Grave of Adam Cooper (d. 27 April 1830), "Revolutioner," Fairview Cemetery.

Image Folder PF-5179/32

Martha Balch Sibley Reed (1936- ), wife of Mark L. Reed (1935- ): Photograph album. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/32

Contains pictures of Mark L. Reed (1935- ) and three unidentified women.

Image Folder PF-5179/33

Kitchin family. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/33

P-5179/335-336: Mother of Mary Stallings Kitchin.

P-5179/337-338: Father of Mary Stallings Kitchin.

P-5179/339: Mother and father of Mary Stallings Kitchin.

P-5179/340: M. R. (Reed) Kitchin, 8 April 1911.

P-5179/341: Bruce Kitchin (1946- ), November, 1954.

Image Folder PF-5179/34-37

PF-5179/34

PF-5179/35

PF-5179/36

PF-5179/37

Other individuals. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/34-37

P-5179/342: Possibly Buckholz family.

P-5179/343: Mary Ann Burt, age 4, September 1935.

P-5179/344: Charlie and Elizabeth Craig, 1979.

P-5179/345: Mary Creasman.

P-5179/346-347: Alice Cushura, Mercersburg, Pa.

P-5179/348: Alice (Cushura?)

P-5179/349-351: Thomas W. Earnheart, Salisbury, N.C.

SF-P-5179/352: Jim Eldred.

P-5179/353: W. E. Evans, Atlantic City, N.J., 4 May 1912.

P-5179/354: Edna Foley and Lucile Hoblitt, 1890.

P-5179/355: E. (Edna?) Foley, F. Foley, and D. House, Easter 1890.

SF-P-5179/356: Louise Gold, 1880.

P-5179/357: Mary Kendall Gold, 1890s.

P-5179/358: Mary Kendall Gold, December 1891.

P-5179/359: William James Gold and a college friend. Photograph taken while they were hiking in Vermont.

P-5179/360: Children of Irene Latham Justice, Baltimore, Md., 1922.

P-5179/361: "Mrs. Lauer, mother".

P-5179/362-364: Hugh McQueen at his home, "Nowhere," near Old Fort, N.C.

P-5179/365: Margaret Anna Owen, Leila Ashburn Owen, and Rebekah Eunice Owen, 1 January 1908.

P-5179/366-367: Josephus P. Quimberly Jr., Grifton, N.C.

P-5179/368: Col. James F. Ray, Buncombe County, friend of Joseph Reed.

P-5179/369: Celeste Ross, 2 Oak Street, Biltmore, N.C.

P-5179/370: Mr. and Mrs. (Celeste) Ross, 2 Oak Street, Biltmore, N.C.

P-5179/371: Alfred Stevens, 1865.

SF-P-5179/372: Merritt Foster Stevens, 1865.

P-5179/373: Henry Thorne, Elise Daniel, and "Mabel".

P-5179/374: Unknown, possibly David R. Fall, Headmaster, Asheville School.

P-5179/375: "Pat Malone" (cat).

Image Folder PF-5179/38

Asheville, N.C., and Buncombe County. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/38

P-5179/376-377: Asheville, N.C.

P-5179/378: Asheville, N.C., being flooded by the French Broad River, 16 July 1916.

P-5179/379: Biltmore Estate, 1894.

P-5179/380: Biltmore Estate, 1896.

OP-P-5179/381: Buncombe Jail.

P-5179/382-383: Gashes Creek Baptist Church.

Image Folder PF-5179/39

OP-P-5179/384: Meeting of Coeur de Lion (Knoxville, Tenn.) and Tyrene (Asheville, N.C.) Commanderies of the Knights Templar. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/39

Image Folder PF-5179/40

P-5179/385: Southern Governors Conference at Grove Park Inn, Asheville, N.C. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/40

Top row, from left to right: Beauford Jester (Texas), possibly Melvin E. Thompson (Georgia), William M. Tuck (Virginia), William Preston Lane (Maryland), Fielding Wright (Mississippi), Benjamin Travis Laney (Arkansas), and Strom Thurmond (South Carolina).

Bottom row, from left to right: Roy Turner (Oklahoma), Jim Folsom (Alabama), possibly Jim McCord (Tennessee), Robert Gregg Cherry (North Carolina), James Houston Davis (Louisiana), and Millard Caldwell (Florida)

Image Folder PF-5179/41-45

PF-5179/41

PF-5179/42

PF-5179/43

PF-5179/44

PF-5179/45

Miscellaneous and unidentified pictures. #05179, Series: "4. Pictures, 1865-1979, and undated." PF-5179/41-45

P-5179/386-387: Unidentified, possibly Kitchin family members.

P-5179/388-394: Unidentified, possibly Gold family members.

P-5179/395: Unidentified meeting house.

P-5179/396: Unidentified, possibly Gashes Creek.

P-5179/397-398: Harriet and Sarah, circa 1908.

P-5179/399-461: Unidentified individuals and settings, undated.

SF-P-5179/462-481: Unidentified tintype photographs.

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21 items.

Arrangement: none.

Two photograph albums containing photographs and tintypes of various persons, although they are not identified in the albums. The creator of these albums is also unknown.

Photograph Album PA-5179/1-2

PA-5179/1

PA-5179/2

Photograph albums. #05179, Series: "5. Photograph albums, undated." PA-5179/1-2

Image Folder PF-5179/46

Photographs from photo album (PA-5179/1). #05179, Series: "5. Photograph albums, undated." PF-5179/46

P-5179/482-492: Photographs of unidentified individuals.

SF-P-5179/493-499: Unidentified woman.

Image Folder PF-5179/47

Photograph from photo album (PA-5179/2). #05179, Series: "5. Photograph albums, undated." PF-5179/47

P-5179/500: Photograph of man in garden.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7. Medals, 1916-1923, and undated.

5 items.

Arrangement: subject.

Military medals awarded to Joseph Reed (1827-1884) and Joseph Lucius Reed (1893- ) and medals awarded to Samuel J. Fisher for academic pursuits. Included among the military medals is a Confederate Cross of Honor awarded to Joseph Reed for his service in the Confederate States of America Army during the Civil War. Also included are two medals given to Joseph Lucius Reed. One was awarded by the United Daughters of the Confederacy for his participation in World War I as the descendant of a Confederate veteran. The other is a World War I Victory Medal rewarding his service in the Ypres-Lys campaign in France. Samuel J. Fisher's medals document his involvement in the Kit Kat Club and the Glee Club at Asheville School in Asheville, N.C., as well as his membership in the D. U. Club at Harvard University.

Folder 47

Military medals. #05179, Series: "7. Medals, 1916-1923, and undated." Folder 47

MU-5179/1: Joseph Reed (1827-1884): Confederate Cross of Honor.

MU-5179/2: Joseph Lucius Reed (1893- ): "Cross of Honor bestowed by the United Daughters of the Confederacy to descendents of Confederate veterans who were soldiers in the World War" (World War I).

MU-5179/3: Joseph Lucius Reed: World War I Victory Medal, Ypres-Lys, Defensive Sector.

Folder 48

Samuel J. Fisher medals. #05179, Series: "7. Medals, 1916-1923, and undated." Folder 48

MU-5179/4: Medal for Kit Kat Club (debate society at Asheville School, Asheville, N.C.), 1916.

MU-5179/5: Medal for D. U. Club of Harvard University, 1921.

MU-5179/6: Possibly medal for Asheville School Glee Club, 1923.

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Processing Information

Processed by: Jesse Brown, July 2005

Encoded by: Jesse Brown, July 2005

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