Rev. John C. Wooten Family Papers, 1865-1987, undated

(Manuscript Collection #1036)

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Series 1 :
Correspondence
  • Box 1
    • Folder a
      Correspondence from Joseph Walker to Alice Walker, from Jacob and Sarah Ann Reel to Henry Reel, April 1858 - August 1864
    • Folder b
      Correspondence from Joseph Walker to Alice Walker, from A. J. Shepherd to Alice Walker, September 1864 - August 1867
    • Folder c
      Correspondence from John C. Wooten to Mrs. J. C. Wooten, from Mrs. J. C. Wooten to John C. Wooten, March 1907 - July 1917
    • Folder d
      Correspondence from John C. Wooten to Mrs. J. C. Wooten, from Mrs. J. C. Wooten to John C. Wooten, postcards, pamphlet, July 1917 - August 1917
    • Folder e
      Correspondence to Mrs. J. C. Wooten, September 1917 - December 1940
    • Folder f
      Correspondence to Mrs. J. C. Wooten and Miss Alice Wooten, postcard, newspaper clipping, financial papers, August 1941 - May 1951
    • Folder g
      Correspondence to Mrs. J. C. Wooten and Miss Alice Wooten, February 1956 - December 1957
Series 2 :
Photographs, Postcards
  • Box 2
    • Folder a
      Photograph of John C. Wooten, photograph of Jimmy Hankner, photograph of Ruth Hankner, photograph of Roy and Lewis Phibbs, Christmas cards with family photographs, postcards without correspondence, 1917-1954, n.d.
Series 3 :
Printed Materials
  • Box 2
    • Folder b
      The Great T Puzzle, The Week of Our Lord, War Ration Book, S.S. Kasuga Maru Dinner Menu, Theatre flier for Camille; Or, the Fate of a Coquette (1865)
    • Folder c
      Stationary paper and envelopes, 1917-1937, n.d.
Box os1
Newspaper, The Daily Herald, Vol. IV, No. 281, February 18, 1858

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