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Finding Aid for the Longstreet - Hinton Family Papers (MUM00276)

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Finding Aid for the Longstreet - Hinton Family Papers



Descriptive Summary

PURL: http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00276/
Title: Longstreet - Hinton Family Papers
Dates: 1844-1955 (bulk 1850-1895)
Collector: Longstreet family ; Hinton family
Physical Extent: 3 boxes (2.25 linear feet)
Repository: University of Mississippi. Department of Archives and Special Collections. University, MS 38677, USA
Identification: MUM00276
Language of Material: English
Abstract: Collection of correspondence and miscellaneous items from the Longstreet family, including Augustus Baldwin Longstreet and L.Q.C. Lamar.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Collection donated by Gilbert Longstreet, 1975

Additions

No further additions are expected to this collection.


Primary Correspondents

Longstreet, Augustus Baldwin, 1790-1870
Lamar, L. Q. C. (Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus), 1825-1893
Longstreet, David Wendel
Longstreet, Gilbert Augustus
Hairston, Marshall
Branham, Parke
Wendel, Thomas N.
Hamner family


Formats

correspondence
photograph albums
prayer books


Scope and Content Note

Collection of correspondence primarily between various members of the Longstreet family and assorted individuals; collection also includes various books and photographs.

Of particular note are the materials related to A.B. Longstreet and two 1892 letters from L.Q.C. Lamar to his niece Linda during his tenure on the U.S. Supreme Court as well as some clippings on the statesman; Lamar was the son-in-law of Augustus Baldwin Longstreet. Also includes three letters written to Thomas N. Wendel between October 1862-March 1863 and an 1863 deed for slaves as well as an unsigned deed for six slaves from Thomas N. Wendel to his daughter, Harriet M. Longstreet. The letters from Baugh Kennedy (October 31, 1862) and J.B. Jennings (November 21, 1862) discuss business transactions. The W.C. Taylor letter (March 4, 1863) deals with various citizens of Lafayette County taking an oath of loyalty to the United States during the Federal occupation.


User Information

Prefered Citation

Longstreet - Hinton Family Papers, Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi

Access Restrictions

The Longstreet - Hinton Family Papers are open for research.

Copyright Restrictions

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use", that user may be liable for copyright infringement.


Related Material

Resources at the University of Mississippi

Scafidel, J.R. Letters of Augustus Baldwin Longstreet (2 vol. thesis) University of South Carolina. Cataloged: F213.L85 A4

View the Archives and Special Collections' Politics & Government Subject Guide for more 19-th century political materials

View the Archives and Special Collections' Civil War Subject Guide for more contemporaneous materials.


Separated Material

The Ladies’ Repository and Gatherings of the West: Monthly Periodical Devoted to Literature and Religion (Volume 8, edited by Rev. B. F. Tefft, 1848) has been removed and cataloged: AP2 .L198

Photograph album removed to Collection Photographs for preservation


Arrangement

This collection is arranged mostly chronologically and by format.


Container List

Folder 1.1 Hinton family genealogical material
Folder 1.2 ALS from Baugh Kennedy, Florence, Alabama, to Thomas N. Wendel, 31 October 1862, 1 p./ “Yours of 22nd is…”
Folder 1.3 ALS from J.B. Jennings, Mobile, Alabama, to Thomas N. Wendel, 21 November 1862, 1 p./ “I found your box…”
Folder 1.4 ALS from W. C. Taylor, Panola, Mississippi, to Thomas N. Wendel, 4 March 1863, 1 p./ “Mr. Peter Slater has…”
Folder 1.5 Xerox copy of letter, 26 January 1866
Folder 1.6 ALS from William C. Folkes, Memphis, Tennessee, to H. P. Branham, 31 January 1881, 2 p./ “Your favor of the…”
Folder 1.7 ALS from H. Parke Branham, Oxford, Mississippi, to Hattie, 2 February 1881, 2 pp./ “Your letters have been…”
Folder 1.8 ALS from H. Parke Branham, Oxford, to Mr. Hamner, 25 June 1881 (on stationary with condensed list of American attorneys, 1880-1881), 1 p./ “Enclosed I send you…”
Folder 1.9 ALS from H. Parke Branham, Oxford, to Hattie, 5 August 1881, 2 pp./ “Your long sweet letter…”
Folder 1.10 ALS from H. Parke Branham, Oxford, to Hattie, 17 December 1881, 1 p./ “I have not written…”
Folder 1.11 ALS from H. Parke Branham, Oxford, to Hattie, 18 May 1882, 1 p./ “I have been intending….”
Folder 1.12 ALS from Marshall Hairston, Bolivar County, to Miss Hamner, 27 August 1882, 4 pp./ “Your letter of the…”
Folder 1.13 ALS from H. Parke Branham, Oxford, to “Dear Cousin,” 7 September 1882, 2 pp./ “Mr. Mayes says David…”
Folder 1.14 ALS from Marshall Hairston to Miss Hamner, 29 October 1882, 4 pp./ “I have been intending…”
Folder 1.15 ALS from Marshall Hairston, to Miss Hamner, 3 November 1882, 4 pp./ “I suppose you have…”
Folder 1.16 ALS from Marshall Hairston, to David Longstreet, 3 November 1882, 3 pp./ “I have just written your…”
Folder 1.17 ALS from Marshall Hairston, to Miss Hamner, 4 November 1882, 4 pp./ “I intended mentioning in…”
Folder 1.18 ALS from H. Parke Branham, Oxford, to Cousin Hattie, 8 November 1882, 1 p./ “ Your letter with enclosure…”
Folder 1.19 ALS from Marshall Hairston, Bolivar County, to Miss Hamner, 13 November 1882, 1 p./ “Your letter of the…”
Folder 1.20 ALS from Marshall Hairston, to Miss Hamner, 17 November 1882, 1 p./ “I have been expecting…”
Folder 1.21 ALS from Marshall Hairston, to Miss Hamner, 17 November 1882, 4 pp./ “Your letter of the…”
Folder 1.22 ALS from Hattie, Water Valley, to H. Parke Branham, 17 November 1882, 4 pp./ “Here is another letter…”
Folder 1.23 ALS from Marshall Hairston, to Miss Hamner, 15 December 1882, 4 pp./ “Your letter of __...”
Folder 1.24 ALS from Marshall Hairston, to Miss Hamner, 9 April 1883, 1 p./ “There is a scheme…”
Folder 1.25 ALS from Marshall Hairston, to Mr. W. C. Hamner, 21 September 1883, 3 pp./ “Your letter of the…”
Folder 1.26 ALS from Marshall Hairston, to Mr. W. C. Hamner, 23 October 1883, 1 p./ “I hope you have…”
Folder 1.27 ALS from H. Parke Branham, Oxford, to Hattie, 17 December 1883, 1 p./ “I intended last week…”
Folder 1.28 ALS from Marshall Hairston, Memphis Tennessee, to Mrs. W. C. Hamner, 29 October 1885, 1p./ “I have just telephoned…”
Folder 1.29 ALS from Marshall Hairston, to Mrs. Hamner, 14 November 1885, 5 pp./ “Your letter of the…”
Folder 1.30 ALS from ____, Water Valley, to “My Dear Boy,” 11 July 1890, 2 pp./ “Your letter is rec’d…”
Folder 1.31 ALS from J. W. ?, Water Valley, to David Longstreet, 24 September 1890, 1 p./ “Before sending the club…”
Folder 1.32 Telegram to David W. Longstreet, from W. C. Hamner, 26 October 1890
Folder 1.33 ALS from Marshall R. Hairston, Oakland, to David Longstreet, 5 January 1892, 2 pp./ “I have ___ looked…”
Folder 1.34 ALS from L.Q.C. Lamar, Washington D. C., to Linda, 22 June 1892, 2 pp./ “I have just received…”
Folder 1.35 ALS from L.Q.C. Lamar, Washington, to Linda, 30 June 1892, 3 pp./ “Certainly yes if you...”
Folder 1.36 ALS from B.M. Seale, Livingston, to Longstreet, 3 August 1893, 2 pp./ “Several times since my…”
Folder 1.37 Telegram from Ernest L. Forstan, to Mr. Longstreet. 25 February 1895
Folder 1.38 Affidavit of Thomas N. Wendel, 24 June 1881
Folder 1.39 Letter appointing David Longstreet attorney, signed by Will C. Hamner, 16 July 1887
Folder 1.40 ALS from A.B. Longstreet, Columbus, Georgia, to “Dear Sir,” 7 September 1864
Folder 1.41 Invoices and I.O.U.’s, 1830s
Folder 1.42 Invoices and I.O.U.’s, 1840s
Folder 1.43 Invoices and I.O.U.’s, 1850s
Folder 1.44 Invoices and I.O.U.’s, 1860s (1 of 2)
Folder 1.45 Invoices and I.O.U.’s, 1860s (2 of 2)
Folder 1.46 Invoices and I.O.U.’s, 1870s
Folder 1.47 Invoices and I.O.U.’s, 1880s (1 of 2)
Folder 1.48 Invoices and I.O.U.’s, 1880s (2 of 2)
Folder 1.49 Invoices and I.O.U.’s, 1890s
Folder 1.50 Invoices and I.O.U.’s, Undated
Folder 1.51 Postage stamps, 1866
Folder 1.52 Invitations, 1888 & 1889
Folder 1.53 Article on Emory University Student Housing, Emory Alumnus, June 1955. Mentions A.B. Longstreet
Folder 1.54 Account of G.A. Longstreet’s estate by Thomas N. Wendel, 1871
Folder 1.55 Xerox copy of list of marriage bonds, Lafayette County, Mississippi, 1850s-1860s
Folder 1.56 Xerox copies of land deeds, Lafayette County, 1876
Folder 1.57 Xerox copy of diploma conferred on Joannes Saunders McRaven, University of Mississippi, 1851
Folder 1.58 Article from Wesleyan Christian Advocate, 1954, regarding Judge A.B. Longstreet
Folder 1.59 Report of sale of personal property, G. A. Longstreet, by J. C. Branum, Clerk, Chancery Court, 1866
Folder 1.60 Clippings regarding L.Q.C. Lamar, Undated
Folder 1.61 Land deed from Thomas N. Wendel to A. L. Hanna, Sumner County, Tennysee [sic], 1841
Folder 1.62 Notebook, Undated
Folder 1.63 Deed granting 6 slaves to Harriet M. Longstreet from father, Thomas N. Wendel, Lafayette County, 1863
Folder 1.64 Miscellaneous
Oversize
Box 2 3 buffered envelopes containing photocopies of book inscriptions
The Psalmist: A New Collection of Hymns for the use of the Baptist Churches, 1844
Augustus Baldwin Longstreet, Georgia Scenes, 1897
John Spencer Bassett, The Southern Plantation Overseer, as Revealed in his Letters, 1925
Box 3 Journal of D. W. Longstreet, Water Valley, Mississippi, 1880
Book of Common Prayer, 1869
Book of Common Prayer, 1767
Magnifying glass in box
Photo album, Undated [Removed to Collection Photographs for Preservation]

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