|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Hall, Selina Cole, approximately 1853-1911.|
|Title:||Selina Cole Hall letters|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
Mrs. Selina Cole Hall, a Maryland native, was an artist. She moved to Savannah in approximately 1898 before moving to Thunderbolt, where she was living when she died.
This collection consists of seven copies of a chain letter sent by Mrs. Hall, July-September, 1900, requesting contributions of 10 cents each for a fund for a free public library in Savannah. Replies included are from I.A. Solomons, B.A. Denmark, Mrs. I.A. Solomons, Miss Solomons, Colonel G.A. Mercer. Several envelopes are in the collection; on one of which is written in the hand of William Harden, then librarian of the Georgia Historical Society, "80 cts. Taken put in fine box, June 20/06. W.H."
[Item identification], Selina Cole Hall letters, MS 356, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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