|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Karow, Anna Belle, 1864-1924.|
|Title:||Anna Belle Karow scrapbook|
|Extent:||0.2 cubic feet (1 folder, 1 volume)|
Anna Belle Karow (1864-1924) was the daughter of General Claudius C. Wilson and the wife of Edward Karow. She was socially prominent and active in women's club work in Savannah.
This collection consists of a scrapbook and folder of loose papers from the scrapbook. The scrapbook contains clippings of historic significance, such as the re-internment of the remains of Major-General Nathanael Greene in Johnson Square, Savannah, November 14, 1902; Gen. Daniel Stewart and his family; Midway Cemetery; Sgt. William Jasper's rescue of prisoners held by the British. There are others pertaining to the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Georgia Society of Colonial Dames of America. A few relate to the Karow family. In the folder of loose papers are a few receipted bills made out to Gray and Pindar, 1818-1819; a typed circular from the British Embassy in Washington, November 22, 1917, enclosing a list of undesirable British citizens in the United States; an undated letter to "Beautiful Lady" (Mrs. Karow?) signed Florence (Florence Olmstead?); verses and clippings of news items and stories.
Material was acquired from son of creator.
[item identification], Anna Belle Karow scrapbook, MS 452, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Lester Karow, 1963.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Loose papers from scrapbook|