|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||White, Joseph P., approximately 1847-1914.|
|Title:||Joseph P. White account book|
|Extent:||0.5 cubic feet (1 oversize box)|
Joseph P. White (ca. 1847-1914), born in New York, was a gun and locksmith in Savannah, Georgia. He was also the inspector of Weights and measures for Chatham County. He may be the J.P. White listed as 2nd Lieutenant and Acting Adjutant, 1862, and as 2nd Lieut. In Company D of the 1st Georgia Volunteer Regiment, 1863, on the Confederate States Army rosters.
This collection consists of an account book belonging to Joseph P. White, 1868-1898. It contains account information from his gun and locksmith business in Savannah.
[item identification], Joseph P. White account book, MS 860, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Mrs. W.G. Gnann, date unknown.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Account book of Joseph P. White, 1868-1898|
|A-0860-006 Small flintlock pistol mechanism and barrel View online.|
|A-0860-007 Model 1842 .54 caliber percussion lock pistol View online.|
|A-0860-008 Model 1836 .54 caliber pistol View online.|
|A-0860-009 English musket flintlock mechanism View online.|
|A-0860-010 Remnant of a flintlock pistol with a brass butt plate and side plate View online.|