CSU Archives

CSU Archives

John S. Lupold Collection (MC 197)


Biographical Note

John S. Lupold was born in 1942. He received his PhD in History from the University of South Carolina and joined the history faculty of Columbus College in 1970. Dr. Lupold has been actively engaged in scholarly research for several decades and has received numerous acknowledgements from the university community for his distinguished service and teaching achievements. Among his publications are the multi-volume series Chattahoochee Valley Sources and Resources, as well as co-authoring Bridging Deep South Rivers: The Life and Legend of Horace King, along with Thomas L. French, Jr.


Scope and Content

This collection consists of Dr. Lupold's research files, newspaper clippings, notes, index cards, books, publications, CDs, drawings and maps. The collection is divided into eight series: Series 1: George Baldwin (1856-1927) Correspondence (1 box); Series 2: Georgia Industry (2 boxes); Series 3: Robert Jemison (1802-1871) Correspondence (1 box); Series 4: Horace King (2 boxes); Series 5: Craig Lloyd (1 box); Series 6: Misc. Collection (4 boxes); Series 7: Speeches, Correspondence (1960s and 1970s) and Memorabilia (1 box); Series 8: Weracoba/Wynnton (1 box). Additionally there are nine boxes of unprocessed mixed media, rolled plans and a framed photgoraph, as well as four drawers in a metal cabinet of 8X5 cards.

1970s-2010s 18 boxes, two index card files (4 drawers) and loose materials (approximately 25 l f.)


Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the John S.Lupold Collection must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required:

John S. Lupold Collection (MC 197)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia


Provenance

Presumably a gift of John S. Lupold.


Box and Folder List

Series 1 – George Baldwin Correspondence

Box 1

Folder 1 – Baldwin, Georges J. Orbit., March 4, 1927

Folder 2 – Savannah Electric

Folder 3 – Notes on the George J. Baldwin Collection at the University of North Carolina

Folder 4 – Stone and Webster Interests in Columbus

Folder 5 – “The Savannah Electric and Power Company” by Henry Eason, 1866-1971

Folder 6 – 1884/1885

Folder 7 – 1892

Folder 8 – 1893

Folder 9 – 1894

Folder 10 – 1895

Folder 11 – 1902

Folder 12 – 1903

Folder 13 – 1904 (I)

Folder 14 – 1904(II)

Folder 15 – 1904 (III)

Folder 16 – 1905 (I)

Folder 17 – 1905 (II)

Folder 18 – 1906

Folder 19 – 1907

Folder 20 – 1909

Folder 21 – 1910

Folder 22 – 1911

Folder 23 – 1912

Folder 24 – 1913

Folder 25 – 1914

Folder 26 – 1915

Folder 27 – 1917

Folder 28 – 1918

Folder 29 – 1920

Folder 30 – 1921

Folder 31 – 1922


Series 2 – Georgia Industry

Box 1

Folder 1 – Abercrombie-Family History

Folder 2 – A geographic model of a Mill Complex, from Flour and Grits Milling IV-5

Folder 3 – “A Prehistory of the Southern Forest”, by Paul Hamel and Edward Buckner, 1998

Folder 4 – Agricultural Census, AL & GA, 1850 & 1860

Folder 5 – “Agriculture in Georgia from 1865-1950” by Paul Bulloch for HIS 699, August 15, 1977

Folder 6 – Agricultural Map of Georgia Showing Soil Ranges

Folder 7 – “American Methodists and Alcohol: A Study in the Social Creation of a 'sin'” by Raymond P. Cowan

Folder 8 – “An Origin of the New South: The South Carolina Homespun Company, 1808-1815”, by Richard W.Griffin, 1961

Folder 9 – Architectural Styles of the 19th Century

Folder 10 – Athens, Georgia – Notes on Manufacturing Plants in the 19th Century

Folder 11 – Augusta Hear Sites

Folder 12 – Banks in Georgia, 1860s

Folder 13 – Bradley Warehouse photo

Folder 14 – Cabbagetown: One Man's Vision, Drew Jubera, from Atlanta Weekly, November 13, 1988

Folder 15 – Callaway, Fuller

Folder 16 – Callaway Mills in Troup County, 1923

Folder 17 – Canals in Georgia and Alabama + Map

Folder 18 – “Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area and the Chattahoochee River Corridor” by Lenard E. Brown, 1980

Folder 19 – Comer, Alabama Planter Families

Folder 20 – Cotton and wool Factories in Georgia in 1862, a List

Folder 21 – “Cotton Ginning and Rural Life in Georgia, 1850-1900”, Prepared for Special Exhibits

Folder 22 – “Cotton Ginning Systems in the United States and Auxiliary Developments”, by Charles A. Bennett, 1962

Folder 23 – Cotton Ginning in Georgia, 1850-1900

Folder 24 – Cotton Manufacturing Statistics 1900-1919

Folder 25 – Crisp County Industry, 1880-1930

Folder 26 – Cuthbert Manufacturing Company from the Columbus Daily Enquirer, June 23, 1866

Folder 27 – “Disabling Sickness among the Population of Seven Cotton Mill Villages of South Carolina Relation to Family Income”, November 22, 1918

Folder 28 – Dixie Mill, LaGrange, Georgia

Folder 29 – “Early Water-Powered Industries in Athens and Clarke County”, by Louis De Vorsey, Jr., 1977

Folder 30 – Economic and Business Historical Society Conference, April 24-26, 1997 in Richmond, Virginia

Folder 31 – Economic Development 1865-1930 in Columbus for HIS 579

Folder 32 – Electric Power and Georgia's Mills, 1890-1930

Folder 33 – Elliott, J. Robert Judge

Folder 34 – Fairway Village, Fairway, Alabama

Folder 35 – “Fluvial Morphometry”, by Huhne and Boyan

Folder 36 – Georgia's Bridges and Dams Listed on the National Trust for Historical Preservation, 1987

Folder 37 – Georgia Business Collections at Emory University

Folder 38 – 1840 Georgia Industrial Census

Folder 39 – 1850 Georgia Industrial Census

Folder 40 – 1860 Georgia Industrial Census

Folder 41 – 1870 Georgia Industrial Census

Folder 42 – 1880 Georgia Industrial Census of Select Counties

Folder 43 – 1880 Georgia Industrial Census

Folder 44 – 1890 Georgia Industrial Census

Folder 45 – Georgia Cotton Mill Promoters and Owners, 1798-1865

Folder 46 – Georgia Factory and Whitehall, Georgia, October 14-15, 1977

Folder 47 – Georgia Industrial Heritage Project History Dept., Columbus College, 1994

Folder 48 – Georgia's Industrial Properties on the National Register, 1989

Folder 49 – Georgia Land and Lottery Locations, 1805, 1807, 1820, 1821, 1827 and 1832 (Map)

Folder 50 – 1840 Georgia Manufacturing Census

Folder 51 – “Georgia Pioneer Industries”

Folder 52 – Georgia State Gazetteer, 1879-1880

Folder 53 – Georgia's Timber Industry

Folder 54 – Georgia Water Power Report of 1880

Folder 55 – Graniteville Manufacturing Company, National Register Nomination Form

Folder 56 – “Gunnison”, by Cecil W. Anderson

Folder 57 – “Health Care of Blacks and Mill Workers in the Modern South”, by Patricia Jackson for HIS 766

Folder 58 – Historic Homes in Original Montgomery County, Georgia

Folder 59 – “History of the Santee Canal”, by F.A. Porcher, 1875

Folder 60 – House Types in Georgia

Folder 61 – Immigration from the American Issues Forum on “A Nation of Nations”

Folder 62 – “In the Vanguard: Augusta, Georgia, and the New South, 1870-1880”, by John deTreville, 1978

Folder 63 – “Independent Mills of the Troup County”, by Christine Rahm

Folder 64 – Industrial Architecture, General Information


Box 2

Folder 1 – Marcus B. Ely – Letters to his Wife During the civil War

Folder 2 – A Woman Doctor's Civil War: Esther Hill Hawks' Diary, book review by Gerald Schwartz

Folder 3 – Textile Entrepreneurs and their Impact on West Georgia, by Dr. John S. Lupold, 1987

Folder 4 – Textile Manufacturer's Directory of the United States, 1881, Compiled by W.C. Wycoff

Folder 5 – The Industrial Reconstruction of Columbus, Georgia, 1865-1881, by John S. Lupold, 1975

Folder 6 – “Textile Mills in Georgia: A Cultural Assessment”, by Linda Chesnut and Carson Pease, 1985

Folder 7 – “The Ante-Bellum textile Industry of Georgia, 1798-1865”

Folder 8 – “The Augusta Manufacturing Company in Peace, War, and Reconstruction, 1847-1877”, by Richard W. Griffin

Folder 9 – “The Cotton Mill Campaign in Florida, 1828-1863”, by Richard W. Griffin

Folder 10 – “The Machine Tools of a Southern Founder: Findlay's Steam Engine Manufactory, by Robert S. Davis Jr., 1985 – From Tools and Technology, Vol. VI

Folder 11 – “The Manchester Cotton Mills”, by Rachel Voyles, 1980 – For HIS 579, summer 1980

Folder 12 – “The Montgomery and West Point Railroad Co.”, by T.D. Clark, 1933

Folder 13 – “The Origins of the Industrial Revolution in Georgia”: Cotton Textiles, 1810-1865, by Richard W. Griffin, 1958

Folder 14 – “The Triumph and Tragedy of Alabama's Cotton Textile Industry, 1809-1865, by Richard W. Griffin

Folder 15 – Troup Factory

Folder 16 – Upson County Mills

Folder 17 – Water-Power Development in the United States, Report of the Commissioner of Corporations, 1912

Folder 18 – “Water-Power Development in Clarke County, Georgia: A Brief History”, by Jimmy Hunkle, 1983

Folder 19 – Water-Power Development at the fall of the Chattahoochee, HAER Report, 1977

Folder 20 – “Way-Side Glimpses, North and South”, by Lillian Foster – Pages 111-118 (Pertain to Columbus)

Folder 21 – West Point, Georgia, History

Folder 22 – “West-Point Manufacturing Company”, by Charlie Morgan

Folder 23 – West-Point Manufacturing Company

Folder 24 – Whittier Mill, Fulton County, Georgia

Folder 25 – “William Jennings Bryan on the Yellow Brick Road”, by John G. Geer and Thomas R. Rochon

Folder 26 – “Working in the Cotton Mill”, by Minnie W. Wimbish

Folder 27 – WPA Artists in Georgia

Folder 28 – WPA Inventory of Harris County


Series 3 – Robert Jemison Jr. – Correspondence

Box 1

Folder 1 – 1844

Folder 2 – 1845

Folder 3 – 1846

Folder 4 – 1847

Folder 5 – 1849

Folder 6 – 1850

Folder 7 – 1851

Folder 8 – 1852

Folder 9 – January-June, 1853

Folder 10 – July-December, 1853

Folder 11 – January-June, 1853

Folder 12 – 1854

Folder 13 – 1855-1856

Series 4 – Horace King

Box 1

Folder 1 – Alabama Slave code, 1833

Folder 2 – Albany Bridge

Folder 3 – Apalachicola, Fl., 1837

Folder 4 – Asa Bates, March 28, 1799

Folder 5 – Bridge Building

Folder 6 – “Bridging Deep South Rivers” The Life and Legend of Horace King, Rough Draft (1)

Folder 7 – “Bridging Deep South Rivers” The Life and Legend of Horace King, Rough Draft (2) + Map and Photos

Folder 8 – Bridge Contracts in Post- Civil War Columbus, 1800's

Folder 9 – Building Bryce Hospital, 1800's

Folder 10 – “Business, Industry, and Politics in the Ante Bellum South”: The View from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, by George H. Daniels, 1988

Folder 11 – Cheraw and Sneedsborough Area of North Carolina & CD and Maps, 1740

Folder 12 – Civil War

Folder 13 – Clarkson Bridge

Folder 14 – Columbus Bridge Repair, June 1, 1857

Folder 15 – Early Columbus

Folder 16 – “Bridging Deep South Rivers” Corrected Copy (1)

Folder 17 – “Bridging Deep South Rivers” Corrected Copy (2)

Folder 18 – Dobbs Hall Litigation, 1875

Folder 19 – Eufaula, Alabama, 1823-1984

Folder 20 – Florence Bridge

Folder 21 – Fontaine Warehouse

Folder 22 – Franklin Bridge (14th Street) Columbus, Georgia

Folder 23 – Free Black in Alabama

Folder 24 – Free Black in America, 1800-1850

Folder 25 – Fort Gaines, 1850's

Folder 26 – Gillespie M. – “White Artisans in Georgia”, 1789-1860

Folder 27 – Girard in the 1860 Coly Directory

Folder 28 – Girard and Russell Co. Alabama Land & Maps

Folder 29 – Glass Bridge near West Point, Georgia, March 18, 1955

Folder 30 – Godwin Family & CD

Folder 31 – John Godwin, 1798-1859

Folder 32 – Godwin in Grand Period

Folder 33 – John Godwin's Will, 1854-1871

Folder 34 – Holland Creek Bridge

Folder 35 – Hopkins on Horace King, 1983

Folder 36 – Irwinton Bridge, 1847

Folder 37 – Ithiel Town, 1784

Folder 38 – Jemison and Horace King in Miss., 1860-61

Folder 39 – R. Jemison Letters (1)

Folder 40 – R. Jemison Letters (2), 1800's


Box 2

Folder 1 – Johnson's Stuff on LaGrange

Folder 2 – King Family in LaGrange

Folder 3 – King Family Piece (Theodora?) on Horace and Family

Folder 4 – King Family in South Carolina

Folder 5 – George King, 1850-1899

Folder 6 – King, Horace, 1808-1887

Folder 7 – King Horace Biography (Catalog of Photos for)

Folder 8 – King, Horace's Freedom

Folder 9 – King, Horace – Genealogy

Folder 10 – King, Horace's Continuing Legend

Folder 11 – King, Horace (Notes)

Folder 12 – King, Horace – Obits, May 28, 1885

Folder 13 – Stuff on Horace King

Folder 14 – “Horace King and the Town Lattice Truss”, Larry French and John Lupold, 1981

Folder 15 – John Thomas King, 1846-1926

Folder 16 – Washington W. King in Bartow Co., Georgia

Folder 17 – Lee Co., Alabama, Courthouse

Folder 18 – Lower Bridge in Columbus, 1832-1841

Folder 19 – Lowndes Co. Bridges

Folder 20 – Miscellaneous

Folder 21 – Maps

Folder 22 – Masonic

Folder 23 – Meeler and King's 1855 Warehouse

Folder 24 – Moore's Bridge in Carroll Co., Georgia

Folder 25 – Old Eufaula Bridge, Eufaula, Alabama (CDs)

Folder 26 – Photos & Disks

Folder 27 – Photographs for Horace King Book

Folder 28 – Photographs of Bridges

Folder 29 – Photographs of Columbus, GA, 1870-1880s

Folder 30 – Photographs of John Lupold & Thomas French

Folder 31 – Photographs used for “Bridging Deep South Bridges” – CDs

Folder 32 – Political Reconstruction

Folder 33 – Power Point (First Copy of)

Folder 34 – Pratt, Daniel

Folder 35 – Prince Hall Masons

Folder 36 – Receipts from Naval Iron Works and Navy Yard, 1863

Folder 37 – Receipts, Expenses…

Folder 38 – Red Oak & White Oak Bridges, Meriwether Co., Georgia, 1840

Folder 39 – Releases (Horace King)

Folder 40 – Alex I. Robison

Folder 41 – Sources for Horace King Book

Folder 42 – Spring Villa, Built CA. 1850

Folder 43 – Tallahassee – Cahaba

Folder 44 – Town's Cheraw Bridge

Folder 45 – Tuscaloosa Bridge

Folder 46 – Upper/Factory Bridge in Columbus, 1858 and Later

Folder 47 – Materials about West Point from Miriam Syler

Folder 48 – Wetumpka Bridge & CDs


Series 5 – Lloyd, Craig

Box 1

Folder 1 – Correspondence (Academic)

Folder 2 – 2005 GAH Meeting, Columbus, April 7-9, 2005

Folder 3 – History of CSU Archives (by Craig Lloyd)

Folder 4 – 2005 Lecture at Auburn – on Columbus Black Middle Class, 2004

Folder 5 – Lloyd Various Writings

Folder 6 – Miscellaneous & CD

Folder 7 – New Georgia Encyclopedia

Folder 8 – Old Collection – Accession – Approvals

Folder 9 – Review of Book on Herbert Hoover

Folder 10 – Student's Correspondence

Folder 11 – Ohio State Press Editing of Book on Herbert Hoover, 1972


Series 6 – Miscellaneous

Box 1

Folder 1 – Abstracts of Title to Alabama Warehouse Property, Lots 25-27, Parts of 28 and 29, 1841

Folder 2 – “An Outline History of Ft. Benning, GA and the Infantry School Concept”, by Robert Holcombe Jr., 1990

Folder 3 – Architects in Georgia Prepared in 1983

Folder 4 – “The Ashburn Case – A New Look”, by Kenneth Thomas Jr., 1814-1868

Folder 5 – Atlanta History Magazine Spring-Summer 1897 – Dr. Lupold Book Review Pages 73

Folder 6 – Baldwin, George J., 1856-1927

Folder 7 – Bartlett's Ferry Dam, 3/28/1975

Folder 8 – “The Bartlett's Ferry Hydroelectric Development”, by H.A. Hageman & T.B. Parker

Folder 9 – Bartlett's Ferry – “South Develops another Hydro Resource”, from Electric World, Jan. 22, 1927

Folder 10 – The Battle for Columbus, April 16, 1865

Folder 11 – Benning, Henry L. and Honors, Nov. 21, 1875

Folder 12 – Bibb City Historic District – Historic Places Registration

Folder 13 – Bibb City – Newspaper Articles

Folder 14 – Bibb Manufacturing Company & Photos, 1900

Folder 15 – Biggs House, 912 5th Ave., 1929

Folder 16 – Dr. John Lupold – Biographical, Nov. 29, 1979

Folder 17 – Black Businessmen in Columbus, 1873-74, 1900, 1921 and 1940

Folder 18 – Location of Black Businessmen and Professionals in Columbus in 1940

Folder 19 – Bonny Doon Neighborhood in East Highlands, 1900s

Folder 20 – “Boogerville – Surviving Hard Times in Boogerville: Erin R.M. Bagley and her Family through 1930-1950”, by Janet Fitzgerald for HIS 319, Winter 1998

Folder 21 – W.C. Bradley Company

Folder 22 – Buena Vista Road Photographs from the Industrial Index, 1923-1938

Folder 23 – Burrus Map of Columbus, 1861-1865, from Memory in 1928

Folder 24 – Callaway and Kudzu, Feb. 19, 1944

Folder 25 – “Callaway: A Spotlight on Reality”, Student Paper by Larry Dercio, 1992

Folder 26 – Callaway Strike of 1935

Folder 27 – “The Callaway Mills Strike of 1935”, by Kevin Littlefield, for his HIS 319, 15 March, 1995

Folder 28 – Camp Conrad – Spanish American War, 1898

Folder 29 – “Farish Carter, a Forgotten Man of the Old South”, by Ralph B. Flanders, 1931

Folder 30 – Farish Carter Correspondence from the 1840s and 1850s

Folder 31 – Jimmy Carter – “Jimmy Who?” by Richard Hyatt from the Georgia Journal, summer 1994

Folder 32 – Change Bills Issued by Columbus, 1838-1870

Folder 33 – Absalom H. Chappell Obit, 12 December 1878

Folder 34 – Loretto Chappell, June 22, 1975

Folder 35 – Chattahoochee Falls Company, 1887

Folder 36 – The Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center, Fort Mitchell, Alabama

Folder 37 – Chattahoochee Legacy Program, 1990

Folder 38 – The Chattahoochee Railroad and Banking Company, 1835-1843

Folder 39 – City Mills & Photo

Folder 40 – City Mills Photographs by Michelle Viers, 2001-2005

Folder 41 – Clapp's Mill (from the Columbus Daily Inquirer, Aug. 18, 1871, Page 3)

Folder 42 – Clegg's Mill / Friedlander Bagging Mill, 1630 + 1638 2nd Ave.

Folder 43 – Clinton, Georgia – County Seat of Jones Co., 1822-1942

Folder 44 – “Columbus Antebellum Elite”, by Patty Chappel, Craig Cotton and Richard Hearn, 1996

Folder 45 – Columbus Armory during the Civil War

Folder 46 – Columbus Celebrates Georgia's Bi-Centennial, 1933

Folder 47 – Notes on Columbus College / CSU for HIS 579

Folder 48 – 19th Century Columbus Industrialists

Folder 49 – Columbus Archives Material – Material presented to the Genealogy Society by John S. Lupold

Folder 50 – Dedication of Columbus College Buildings, June 1, 1969

Folder 51 – Columbus Female College

Folder 52 – Columbus Gas Light History, May 1992

Folder 53 – Columbus and Georgia Counties: Origins of the Names

Folder 54 – “Columbus Georgia, 1828-1978”, by Dr. John Lupold

Folder 55 – “Columbus, Georgia, as a Center of Industry in the 19th Century”, by Stephen Goldfarb, 1977

Folder 56 – “Columbus Georgia – Unlimited Water Power

Folder 57 – “Columbus Homes, Stores and Scenes of the Long Ago”, by John F. Flournoy, 1928

Folder 58 – Columbus in the gilded Age for HIS 579

Folder 59 – Columbus Industry as Listed in the Georgia Journal and Messenger, June 13, 1849, Page 2

Folder 60 – Columbus in 1886

Folder 61 – Columbus Investment Company, Statement of their Condition in 1892

Folder 62 – Columbus Iron works, 1853

Folder 63 – Columbus Iron Works, 1980 Governor's Award in the Arts

Folder 64 – Columbus Iron Works Catalog, 1938-39

Folder 65 – Columbus Iron works – HAER Report, 1977

Folder 66 – Columbus Iron Works by Carl Anderson for Dr. Lupold's Class

Folder 67 – Columbus Iron Works Video, 1996

Folder 68 – Columbus Manufacturing Co. HAER Report, 1977

Folder 69 – Columbus and Muscogee County in 1860

Folder 70 – Columbus Power Co., from Electrical World and Engineer, Jan. 23, 1904

Folder 71 – Columbus School Map from 1949

Folder 72 – The Columbus State University Archives

Folder 73 – Columbus Stockade

Folder 74 – The Columbus Strikes of 1918-1921 by Frank Joseph Byrne, 1991

Folder 75 – Columbus Textile Strikes of 1918

Folder 76 – Columbus Unionist – from a List in the Collections of the Georgia Historical Society, 1800's

Folder 77 – Columbus and the Valley, 1930's

Folder 78 – Columbus Water Works Engineering News, 7 June, 188?

Folder 79 – Columbus Women, 1828-1975

Folder 80 – Columbus Women Mill Workers

Folder 81 – Comer Family Civil War letters, 1860-61

Folder 82 – Laura Beecher Comer Diary, 1862-63

Folder 83 – Community Power Structure, Columbus, 1973

Folder 84 – Mark Anthony Cooper

Folder 85 – Correspondence (I) 1970s and 1980s

Folder 86 – Correspondence (II), 1970s and 1980s

Folder 87 – Correspondence (III), 1970s and 1980s


Box 2

Folder 1 – Cotton Crop Mode of Receipt, 1865-1881

Folder 2 – Cotton Photographs from Ken Thomas

Folder 3 – Coweta Falls Manufacturing Company Rules and Regulations, 1845

Folder 4 – Coweta Falls Manufacturing Company

Folder 5 – “The Creek 'Town' and the Problem of Creek Indian Political Reorganization”, by Morris Edward Opler, 1952

Folder 6 – William Denson House, 930 5th Ave., 1998

Folder 7 – “The Development of Secondary Education for Black Student in Columbus, GA, 1920-1932”, by Becky Matthews, 1977

Folder 8 – “The Development of Southern Textiles, 1880-1945, an Annotated Bibliography”, by Sister Jean Elizabeth Scanlan, 1981

Folder 9 – Dictionary of Georgia Biography list Summited by John Lupold in 1979

Folder 10 – Dillard, Powell and Company, 1857-1866

Folder 11 – Dillingham Street Bridge, 1911

Folder 12 – Dinglewood, 1859

Folder 13 – “Eager Hands”: Labor for Southern Textiles, 1850-1860, by Tom Terrell, 1976

Folder 14 – Eagle and Phenix Dam, 1870 (?)

Folder 15 – Eagle and Phenix Mills

Folder 16 – Eagle and Phenix Mills – HAER Report, 1977

Folder 17 – Eagle and Phenix Savings Bank by Carl Anderson for Dr. Lupold's Class

Folder 18 – Eagle and Phenix Savings Bank, 1873-1891

Folder 19 – Eagle Manufacturing – War Material Made and Sold to the Confederate Govt., 1862-1864

Folder 20 – Eagle and Phenix Share Holders, August 31, 1922

Folder 21 – Eagle and Phenix Stock Holders, 1870-1871

Folder 22 – “East Highlands” Student Paper by Cynthia Story, Jean Taft and Kathy Norris, 1993

Folder 23 – Empire Mills & Plans

Folder 24 – Expansion of Columbus & Map, 1828-1971

Folder 25 – Photos from “Falls Project” & Negatives

Folder 26 – 1800's Fifth Ave. Lots 569, 571 and 574, Some Historical Data and Background Information

Folder 27 – Fort Benning

Folder 28 – Fort Mitchell, 1813

Folder 29 – 14th Street Bridge Concrete Bridge Built by the Hardaway Co., 1908

Folder 30 – “Fortifications along the Chattahoochee”, by Tom Wingo, 1990 for HIS 799, Winter 1990

Folder 31 – Garrett and Sons Wholesale Business, 1867

Folder 32 – George J. Golden, Will and Obit

Folder 33 – Georgia Industrial Census, 1900

Folder 34 – Georgia Industrial Census, 1920

Folder 35 – Georgia Industrial Census, 1930

Folder 36 – The Georgia Flag Controversy, Feb. 18, 1988

Folder 37 – Georgia Power Company, 1930

Folder 38 – “Georgia Suppliers to the Confederacy, 1861-1865”, by Robert Scott Davis, Jr., 1991

Folder 39 – Girard, Alabama Map, 1840's

Folder 40 – Goat Rock Dam, 1912

Folder 41 – Goat Rock – “The Generating System of the Columbus Power Co., Columbus, GA.”, from Electrical Engineering, June 1913

Folder 42 – Golden, Theo E. Sr.—Obit, 1937

Folder 43 – Golden's Foundry and Machine Co., and Plans, 1882

Folder 44 – Golden, John P.—Obit, 2 April, 1940

Folder 45 – John Godwin's Will, 1840

Folder 46 – Gordonido, 1420 Wynnton Road, 1913

Folder 47 – Gregg, William, 1800-1967

Folder 48 – Growth of Georgia and Alabama Fall Line Cities, 1960-1980

Folder 49 – Gunboats C.S.S. Jackson and C.S.S. Chattahoochee, 1862

Folder 50 – HAER Report on Columbus and its Historic Industrial Buildings, 1978

Folder 51 – HAER, Summer Projects, 1977, Columbus is Included

Folder 52 – Haiman Brothers, 1828-1842

Folder 53 – John M. Happoldt

Folder 54 – B.H. Hardaway Article concerning Dam Failures in the South in the Engineering News, Feb. 6, 1902

Folder 55 – Heritage Park

Folder 56 – Highland Hall, 1857

Folder 57 – John Hill, 1839-1898

Folder 58 – Hillcrest Historical Report by Carroll Calhoun and Map for HIS 499, summer 1995

Folder 59 – Lewis Hine Photographs of Children in his Study of Child Labor in Georgia

Folder 60 – Historical Background on the Site of the New Columbus Police Station

Folder 61 – The Historical Review of Georgia, 1980 – This Issue Devoted to the Columbus Area

Folder 62 – “Historical Columbus Foundation, 1966-2006 (and CD) by John S. Lupold, 2007

Folder 63 – Historic Columbus Foundation

Folder 64 – “History of Navigation on the Lower Mississippi”, by Floyd M. Clay

Folder 65 – House at 916-918 5th Avenue

Folder 66 – Photographs for Horace King Book

Folder 67 – Horace King, Bridge Builder by Thomas and Edward French

Folder 68 – Horace King in Albany & CD

Folder 69 – Horace King – Miscellaneous & CD

Folder 70 – Releases for Use of Photographs Used in the Horace King Book, 2003

Folder 71 – Howard and Echols Purchase of Water Lots on the Chattahoochee River, 1841

Folder 72 – Hydro-Electric Development in Columbus from the Ledger-Enquirer, March 27, 1938

Folder 73 – Indian Chiefs, Prints and Negatives

Folder 74 – “Industrial Archeology of Columbus, GA.”, by John S. Lupold, 1979

Folder 75 – “Industrial Development in Chambers County Alabama”, by Charlie Morgan

Folder 76 – Industrial Potential in Columbus, Columbus Times, October 7, 1846

Folder 77 – “The Industrial Reconstruction of Columbus, Georgia, 1865-1881”, by Dr. John S. Lupold

Folder 78 – “Industrial Workers in the Mid-Nineteenth Century South: Family and Labor in the Graniteville Textile Mill, 1845-1880”, by David C. Ward, 1987

Folder 79 – “The Origins of the Industrial Revolution in Georgia: Cotton Textiles, 1810-1865”, by Richard W. Griffin

Folder 80 – Jeffrey Genealogy and Family History

Folder 81 – G. Gunby Jordan

Folder 82 – E.J. Kirkland's Memories of Civil War, 1912


Box 3

Folder 1 – “Labor Disorders in Columbus, GA”, by James H. Creek, 1982

Folder 2 – Labor Uprising of 1934

Folder 3 – “The Laboring Voice: Southern Voice in the Sunday Herald”, by Brian Spear, 1897

Folder 4 – Abraham Lafkowitz House, 934 5th Ave., 1898/1900

Folder 5 – “Land Tenure around Auburn”, 1915, by Lawton, Tucker and Turner

Folder 6 – John Leconte, 1841-1846

Folder 7 – The Ledger, 1886-1986, A Century of service

Folder 8 – Letter from Mrs. Phillips to the National Labor Relations Board about Treatment of Union Members, October 29, 1934

Folder 9 – Letters from Cavett Taff of the Mississippi State Historical Museum

Folder 10 – The Liberty Theater, 1924

Folder 11 – “Like a Family: The Making of a Southern Cotton Mill World”, by Jacquelyn Dowd Hall Reviewed by Dr. Lupold, Jan. 1990

Folder 12 – “Limits of Industrialization in the Old South”, by Stephen Goldfarb

Folder 13 – Long and Farley Grocery Business

Folder 14 – Lower Southern Railroad Trestle 1978 Architectural Survey

Folder 15 – Lummus Cotton Gin Company & Photos and Negatives, 1898

Folder 16 – Manufacturing – “A Brief Treatise on Manufacturing in the South”, by E. Steadman, from Cotton History Review, April 1961

Folder 17 – Manufacturing in the Antebellum South

Folder 18 – “Manufacturing in the Antebellum South”, by Bateman and Weiss

Folder 19 – Map of Columbus in April 1865, Delineated by L.J. Murphy, 1872

Folder 20 – Map of Columbus, 1881

Folder 21 – Map of Columbus, 1907

Folder 22 – Map of Columbus, 1928

Folder 23 – Map of Georgia's Rivers Showing Areas that they drain

Folder 24 – Map of Proposed Annexation in Columbus

Folder 25 – McCrary House, 914 5th Ave., 1929

Folder 26 – John Mc Ilhenny and the Irish in Columbus

Folder 27 – “John Marshall Money…A Living Legend in Hardaway World”, 1980, by Debi Singletary

Folder 28 – 1911 Meddye Tiptou Willi's Trip to Alabama

Folder 29 – The Metcalf Stone, 1969

Folder 30 – Mill Workers “Like a Family: The Making of a Southern Cotton Mill World “, by Jacquelyn Hall, James Korstad, Mary Jones and Christopher Daly

Folder 31 – Mill Photographs, Locations are Unknown

Folder 32 – “Mill Workers and the War”, by Frederick B. Gordon, with the Story, the Crime against Columbus, 1918

Folder 33 – “Mills and Mill Villages”, by Sheree D. Morris, for HIS 766

Folder 34 – Minter System, Inc.

Folder 35 – The Mobile and Girard Railroad Company, 1845-1896

Folder 36 – Raphael Moses – A Talks Given by Dr. Lupold on December 11, 1975 at a Local Church

Folder 37 – Raphael Moses

Folder 38 – R.L. Mott, Death Reported, 21 July, 1881

Folder 39 – The Mott House – Paperwork for the National Register of Historic Places, 1840

Folder 40 – Muscogee Manufacturing Co.

Folder 41 – Muscogee Manufacturing – Notes from HAER

Folder 42 – Muscogee Manufacturing – Detail of Wages Used in Wage Comparison, 1921

Folder 43 – Muscogee Manufacturing and the Strike of 1934

Folder 44 – Muscogee Mills – National Register Nomination Form, 1973-1974

Folder 45 – Muscogee Mills Site and Plans for Muscogee Plaza

Folder 46 – Muscogee Railroad – Article in the Columbus Sun and Times, 21 August, 1866

Folder 47 – Native Americans in and Around Columbus – Notes of Dr. Lupold Concerning the History of Native Americans in the Area

Folder 48 – New-South-Progressivism for HIS 579

\Folder 49 – North and South Railroad – Article in the Daily Enquirer-Sun, 10 July, 1878

Folder 50 – North/South Notes

Folder 51 – North Highland/Bibb Photographs

Folder 52 – North Highlands Dam, 1902

Folder 53 – Occupational Data in Columbus from the 1859-1860 City Directory

Folder 54 – “Occupations of Free Blacks in Columbus, Georgia”, by John Mallory

Folder 55 – Old Mills in Georgia, 1981

Folder 56 – Opelika by Rev. F.L. Cherry, from the Alabama Historical Quarterly, 1953

Folder 57 – “Opening the South', by Amos Lockwood

Folder 58 – Oral History

Folder 59 – “Overlook”, by Heidi C. Reinold for HIS 579G, spring 1993

Folder 60 – Palace Mills, by Carl Anderson for Dr. Lupold's Class, 1848

Folder 61 – Parson Jack

Folder 62 – Pasaquan from the Atlanta Weekly Magazine, April 17, 1988

Folder 63 – Pearce, George Augustus, 1853

Folder 64 – People's Columbus and Gulf Navigation Steamers – Newspaper Advertisements from about 1890

Folder 65 – Pemberton, John

Folder 66 – Phenix City Cleanup

Folder 67 – James J. Philips Letters, 1860-1865

Folder 68 – Piedmont Manufacturing Company, National Register Application, 1876-1891

Folder 69 – Pine Mt. Valley Project, 1988

Folder 70 – Porter and Fell Stove Manufacturers, 1867

Folder 71 – Post Civil War Economic Growth in Georgia

Folder 72 – Post Civil War Industries of Savannah, Georgia, 1886

Folder 73 – Post WWII Consolidation for HIS 579

Folder 74 – The Power Station of the Columbus Railroad Co. at the City Mills Dam, HAER Report, 1977

Folder 75 – Private Property Acquired by Ft. Benning before Nov.15, 1920

Folder 76 – Progressivism in Columbus

Folder 77 – Provenance, 1984

Folder 78 – Proposal for an Industrial Museum at the Columbus Iron Works

Folder 79 – Railroads, 1856

Folder 80 – Reconstruction Notes, 1865-1881

Folder 81 – Reconstruction in Columbus for HIS 579

Folder 82 – Redd & Johnson Day Book (Copy)

Folder 83 – Registered Voters, 1880 Columbus, Georgia

Folder 84 – The Richest 108 Individuals in Muscogee Co., in 1860

Folder 85 – “Rich's Centre Vent Iron Water-Wheel”

Folder 86 –“ Riparian Rights in Georgia”, by William Agnor from Georgia Bar Journal, 1956

Folder 87 – “The Rise and the Fall of the Confederacy”, Rhodes Memorial Hall

Folder 88 – Riverdale Cemetery Map, 1889

Folder 89 – Rose Hill, by Joyce Bassett, July 23, 1979

Folder 90 – Rose Hill, 1826

Folder 91 – Rosedale Manufacturing Company Maps, 1890

Folder 92 – Sanborn Maps of Georgia Cities, 1885

Folder 93 – “Savannah; Lumber Center of the South Atlantic”, by John A. Eisterhold, from the Georgia Historical Society, winter 1973, Vol. LVII, #4

Folder 94 – Schley Family, 1835

Folder 95 – Philip T. Schley Letters, 1826(1) – 1836(4)

Folder 96 – Shamrock Steamer Stockholders, 1865

Folder 97 – John Sheffall's Map of John Bank's Land

Folder 98 – Thomas B. Slade Letters of 1865

Folder 99 – The Slave Ship Wanderer

Folder 100 – Social Register, Columbus, GA., 1936

Folder 101 – Some Early Visitors to Columbus and their Impressions


Box 4

Folder 1 – “Some Preliminary Observations on the Textile and Water powered Industries of Antebellum Columbus, Georgia”, 1860

Folder 2 – Southern Industrial Architecture

Folder 3 – St. Christopher's Normal and Industrial Parish School, 900 5th Ave., 1916

Folder 4 – St. Elmo from: “Greek Revival of the Chattahoochee Valley”, 1936, by Grady Lee Hicks

Folder 5 – St. Elmo Photos & Negatives

Folder 6 – Southern Business Directory, 1854

Folder 7 – Southern Economic Trends, 1850-1940

Folder 8 – Stone and Webster, Engineering and Construction Company, 1989

Folder 9 – “Streetcar Service in Columbus, Georgia”, by John R. Lassiter from Muscogiana Magazine, summer 1991, Vol. 2 # 1+2

Folder 10 – Summaries of Trade, 1876, 1877 and 1878

Folder 11 – “The Rise of Southern Textiles”, from New South, Old South, by Gavin Wright, 1986

Folder 12 – Strike of 1918 – Progressivism/Strike of 1918-1919

Folder 13 – Survey of the fall of the Chattahoochee as a Possible Site for a National Armory, 1827

Folder 14 – Swift, George P., 1814

Folder 15 – Swift Manufacturing Co. & Photos

Folder 16 – Taylor and Back with Gin Factory

Folder 17 – “The Second Fifth Ave. Fire, April 25, 1912”, by Brenda Graves for HIS 579, June 3, 1993

Folder 18 – Some Columbus Entrepreneurs, Engineers, etc…

Folder 19 – Telfair's Columbus History Index

Folder 20 – John Thomas Letters Concerning Organizing the Textile Workers in Columbus, 1919

Folder 21 – Letters of Samuel Tillinghast, 1840's-1860's

Folder 22 – Tom's Foods, 1976

Folder 23 – Trade Reviews, from the Columbus Enquirer-Sun, for 1881

Folder 24 – Union Organizing in Columbus, 1946-1947

Folder 25 – Union Railroad Depot, 1910

Folder 26 – Unionization in Columbus in the 1890's

Folder 27 – Water Lots on the Chattahoochee River

Folder 28 – Waverly Terrace

Folder 29 – “Waverly Terrace: A Revitalized, Enduring Community”, by Joan Williams

Folder 30 – The “White” Bank

Folder 31 – John G. Winter, 1860

Folder 32 – Woodruff, Robert Winship

Folder 33 – WWI and the 1920s in Columbus for HIS 579

Folder 34 – Wynnton Antebellum Architectural Tour for Dr. Lupold's Local History Classes

Folder 35 – Wynnton Village Historic District Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, 2005 & Map

Folder 36 – Wynnton School, 1837

Folder 37 – Young, William H., Jan. 22, 1807

Folder 38 – W.H. Young Letters to his Grandchildren, 1893


Series 7 – Speeches – Correspondence 1960's, 1970's – Memorabilia – Personal (Financial Matters)

Box 1

Folder 1 – “City Records and the Historian”, 1976

Folder 2 – Columbus 1900-1920, Industrialization and Changing Values Speech to “Profile Columbus” Group, 1975

Folder 3 – “Columbus Antebellum Elite”, a Speech Given by Dr. Lupold to GHS, October 26, 1996

Folder 4 – Columbus Industrialization, Planned Communities and the New Deal, Talk Given by Dr. Lupold at VAF

Folder 5 – Columbus Industry, Outline of the 2nd Half of a Presentation to the Columbus Rotary, Give by Dr. Lupold

Folder 6 – Columbus Neighborhoods – Speech Given at the Turner Center Anniversary

Folder 7 – “Community History as a Tool for building Historic Districts”, Speech Given by Dr. Lupold at Richmond Hill, May 1980

Folder 8 – “Evolution of Hydro-Power Development at the Falls of the Chattahoochee”, Talk Given at Interface '78

Folder 9 – 15th Street Project – Presentation Given to the Columbus City Council by Dr. Lupold Concerning and East-West Corridor

Folder 10 – Fort Benning – A Talk Given by Dr. Lupold about Ft. Benning History

Folder 11 – Genealogy Talk to the Muscogee County Genealogy Society

Folder 12 – “Germans and Americans: Celebration of a Heritage”, Evaluation by John S. Lupold, 1983

Folder 13 – “The Growth and Influence of the Eagle and Phenix Manufacturing Company, a Pioneer Large-Scale New South Textile Mill, 1865-1914”, by John S. Lupold

Folder 14 – “Historic Preservation in Columbus, Georgia, 1964-1978”, Written by Dr. Lupold for the Historic Columbus Foundation, 1978

Folder 15 – The History of the Jewish Community in Columbus, a Talk given by Dr. Lupold

Folder 16 – Indian Heritage Festival

Folder 17 – “Jews in the south”, Notes for a Speech to JLAS

Folder 18 – Leconte, John, Paper by John S. Lupold, 1841-1846

Folder 19 – “Milledgeville, Georgia's Antebellum Capital”, by James C. Bonner, Review by John S. Lupold, 1978

Folder 20 – “Paid In Kind”, by Glenda Major, 1989 – Review in Georgia Historical Quarterly by John S. Lupold

Folder 21 – Raphael Moses Address to the Columbus School, 1868

Folder 22 – “Revitalizing Foundries, Hotels, and Grist Mills in Columbus”, by John S. Lupold from: The Georgia Historical Quarterly, Vol. LXIII, #1

Folder 23 – Society for Industrial Archeology 6th Annual Conference, April 29, 1977

Folder 24 – Society for Industrial Archeology 8th annual Conference, April 26-29, 1979

Folder 25 – “Some Observations on the Transfer of Technology to a Deep South Mill Town”, by John S. Lupold in Georgia Journal of Science, Jan. and April, 1982, Vol. 40, nos. 1and 2

Folder 26 – Surveying – Lecture at the Mid-Winter Seminar for Land Surveyors and Engineers – Columbus, Georgia, Feb. 27, 1993

Folder 27 – “Textile Entrepreneurs and their Impact on West Georgia”, Speech to Georgia Trust, May 1987

Folder 28 – The New South – Speech given by Dr. Lupold

Folder 29 – The Value of Community History, Speech Given by Dr. Lupold, March 9, 1984 at Mercer University

Folder 30 – Waverly Terrace Speech Given by Dr. Lupold in August 1982

Folder 31 – “The World as it Appeared from fall of the Chattahoochee, 1521-1836”, Talk Given at the Columbus Museum

Folder 32 – “Waterpower and the Evolution of Georgia's Textile Industry”, by John S. Lupold

Folder 33 – “What's Right about America”, Speech to the Colonial Dames, 1978

Folder 34 – Correspondence, 1960s

Folder 35 – Correspondence, 1970s

Folder 36 – Memorabilia and Photos


Series 8 – Weracoba/Wynnton

Box 1

Folder 1 – St. Elmo Information Form & Draft

Folder 2 – Color Map of Districts

Folder 3 – City directory – Student Research

Folder 4 – Intrusions Village of Wynnton & Photos

Folder 5 – Dinglewood Historic District National Register of Historic Places & Maps, 2001

Folder 6 – Wynnton – Dinglewood Industrial Index Photos

Folder 7 – Loose Notes on these Historic Districts & Map

Folder 8 – Map of the Historic Districts, 1940

Folder 9 – The Millionaire's Colony Wynnton, Nov. 30, 1929

Folder 10 – Misc. Industrial Index

Folder 11 – Misc. Industrial/Index Photos

Folder 12 – Miscellaneous Photographs

Folder 13 – Overlook Nat'l Register Registration Form

Folder 14 – Photo Negatives

Folder 15 – Peacock Woods/Dimon Circle – Dismukes House

Folder 16 – Peacock Woods – Dimon Circle Industrial Index Photos

Folder 17 – Peacock Woods/Dimon Circle Architect – M.C. Barlow

Folder 18 – Peacock Woods/Dimon Circle Nat'l Register Form

Folder 19 – Peacock Woods/Dimon Circle Plats & Maps

Folder 20 – St. Elmo Correspondence and Maps

Folder 21 – Weracoba/St. Elmo Historic District Homes Listed in the Industrial Index

Folder 22 – St. Elmo Industrial Index + Photos

Folder 23 – Student Paper on Overlook, June 8, 1993

Folder 24 – Village of Wynnton – Helen Parrish by Richard Hecht, 1978

Folder 25 – Village of Wynnton – Samples of Subdivision Houses

Folder 26 – Village of Wynnton – 1912 News Fire & Incident at Wynn's Hill

Folder 27 – Village of Wynnton Industrial Index + Photos

Folder 28 – Village of Wynnton – Maps & Plats

Folder 29 – Village of Wynnton – Misc. Survey Forms

Folder 30 – Village of Wynnton – Nat'l Register Form

Folder 31 – Village of Wynnton (Photos)

Folder 32 – Village of Wynnton Photos

Folder 33 – Village of Wynnton – Student Papers & Notes, July 1999

Folder 34 – Wildwood Circle Industrial Index Photos

Folder 35 – Wildwood Circle Maps & Plats

Folder 36 – Wildwood Circle Misc. Photos

Folder 37 – Wildwood Circle Notes for Nat'l Register Registration Form

Folder 38 – Wildwood Circle NR Registration Form

Folder 39 – Wildwood Circle Student Research

Folder 40 – Wynnton Dinglewood Nat'l Register Form

Folder 41 – Winn's Paper on Stocking Strangler

Folder 42 – Wynnton district – Student Research

Folder 43 – Wynnton – 15th Street Information form & Notes

Folder 44 – Wynnton Place Information Form

Folder 45 – Wooten Place – Wynnton