|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Coleman, John C., d. 1923.|
|Title:||John C. Coleman correspondence, deeds, and abstract of title|
|Extent:||0.15 cubic feet (3 folders)|
John C. Coleman (d. 1923) was a resident of Swainsboro, Georgia. He owned a large amount of real estate in Savannah, Georgia.
The first two folders in this collection contain Coleman's correspondence, 1876-1906, with attorneys, real estate brokers, insurance agents, and contractors, most of whom were based in Savannah. The third folder includes deeds and an abstract of title, 1876-1906. The collection contains forty items.
[item identification], John C. Coleman correspondence, deeds, and abstract of title, MS 947, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Mrs. Felix Williams, 1975.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Correspondence, 1876-1896 ( 13.0 items. )|
|Correspondents include: P. Provot of New York City; Chisolm and Erwin law firm in Savannah, Georgia; S. Yates Levy of Savannah; Edward F. Neufville, a real estate and insurance agent in Savannah; McAlpin and LaRoche law firm in Savannah; and Kollock and Screven, insurance agents in Savannah.|
|2||Correspondence, 1904-1906 ( 18.0 items. )|
|Correspondents include: Youmans and Demond, real estate brokers in Savannah, Georgia; Captain John C. Coleman of Swainsboro, Georgia; W.W. Gordon, Jr., an attorney in Savannah; A.A. Artley, a contractor in Savannah; and J.S. Cooper of Savannah.|
|3||Deeds and abstract of title, 1876-1906 ( 9.0 items. )|
|Parties involved include S. Yates Levy, Cecile Gradot, Charles A. Gradot, A.A. Artley, J.S. Cooper, all of Savannah, Georgia; and Ameile Provot in New York City.|