|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Ashmore, Otis, 1853-1934.|
|Title:||Otis Ashmore papers|
|Extent:||0.1 cubic feet (2 folders)|
Otis Ashmore (1853-1934) was born in Lincoln County, Georgia, on March 6. He was an educator and scientist and Superintendent of Schools of Chatham County, Georgia, from 1896 until 1916, Ashmore also made the astronomical calculations for Grier's Almanac, 1882-1932. He died in Savannah, Georgia on May 2, 1934.
This collection consists of correspondence, promissory notes, both collected and uncollected, as well as genealogical notes, charts, and clippings on the Ashmore, Samuel, and Wright families.
[item identification], Otis Ashmore papers, MS 28, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Promissory notes from various people, with notes in Ashmore's hand ( 6.0 items. )|
|1||Letter to Otis Ashmore from J. Hulbert Gresham, Metasville, Ga., concerning Gresham's sending money on account, 1893 January 10 ( 1.0 p. )|
|1||List of money due Ashmore, with notation: "All these notes were settled up by F. H. Colley"|
|1||Envelope in which notes were enclosed|
|2||Charts, notes, letters, clippings, etc. with genealogical information on Ashmore, Samuel and Wright Families|