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Thomas Bogue Slade Letters (SMC 71)


Biographical Note

Thomas Bogue Slade was born in 1800 and died in 1882. He was a Baptist minister and educator in women's institutions and college throughout the south. The Slade family and descendants lived in El Dorado, later re-named St. Elmo, in Columbus, Georgia until 1945.


Scope and Content

The letters are from 1819 and 1897, and are of a personal nature. Included is a newspaper clipping about a Civil War diary and an envelope that possibly contained the letters at some later point in their existence.

1819, 1897 1 folder (.1 l.f.)

Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the Thomas Bogue Slade Letters Collections 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:

Thomas Bogue Slade Letters Collections (SMC 71)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia


Provenance

This collection was donated to the CSU Archives in 2006 by Mr. William D. Johnston.


Note to Researchers

See also:

University of North Carolina Libraries—Manuscripts Department Southern Historical Collection


Folder List

Folder 1

Item 1 – Letter from Thomas Bogue Slade to his brothers while he was in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, February 24, 1819

Item 2 – Letter from Thomas Bogue Slade to his brother while he was in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, March 7, 1819

Item 3 – Letter from K. Battle to James J. Slade, July 21, 1897

Item 4 – Envelope with the address of Mrs. E.M. Dozier, n.d.

Item 5 – Newspaper clipping about a Civil War diary, n.d.