Real property -- United States.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Land papers, genealogical information, speeches, personal papers, unattributed essays and writings related to the Banks, Vance, and Young families of South Carolina. Majority of the early land papers relate to property owned by the Young family in Laurens District (S.C.). Several generations represented in this collection include the Rev. William Banks (1814-1875), of Chester County (S.C.); his son Alexander R. Banks (1847- ), and his son-in-law the Rev. Joseph Bingham Mack (1838-1912), a...
Dates: 1819-11-10 - 1978-04-20
Scope and Contents The Berg Family Papers include personal correspondence; business documents; baptism, confirmation, marriage services, registers provided by funeral homes; diplomas ranging from kindergarten through post-graduate college; religious tracts; genealogical charts; and magazines such as The Horseless Age, 1902, Parks’ Floral Magazine, 1918, Motorboating, 1920, and Radio News, 1927. Pamphlets among the papers vary widely in subject matter from religion to building boats and pilot rules for certain...
Dates: 1852 - 1968
Genealogical Materials Chiefly genealogical materials on the Agee, Asbill, Barnes, Bartlett, Bissell, Brodie, Bryant, Burckhalter, Busby, Butler, Chafee, Chavis, Chiles, Clark, Cloninger, Cook, Coon, Cooper, Corbett, Corbitt, Corley, Creed, Cropper, Crum, Day, Eis, Emanuel, Evans, Fanning, Foster, Galloway, Gardner, Garvin, Gordon, Green, Hankinson, Harden, Hargrove, Harley, Hasting, Hatcher, Hitt, Howard, Hudgins, Hydrick, Ingram, Jennings, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Joslin, Jumper, Kennedy, Kennerly, Kirk, Kitching,...
Scope and Contents The papers of the Boylston and Salley Families consist of six and one-quarter linear feet of correspondence, land papers, receipts, photographs, genealogies, scrapbooks, and other volumes documenting the history of the Boylston and Salley families and the town of Salley in Aiken County, S.C. The collection spans from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century.Boylston items primarily document the family of Austin Boylston (1802-1880) and Mary Reed Boylston (1801-1877). A year before...
Dates: 1809 - 1951