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Stewart Huston family papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: Huston, Stewart, 1898-1971.
Title: Stewart Huston family papers
Dates: 1757-1942
Extent: 5.5 cubic feet (11 boxes)
Identification: MS 1267

Biographical/Historical Note

Stewart Huston (1898-1971) was born in Coatesville, Pennsylvania, the son of Charles L. and Annie Nan (Stewart) Huston. Annie (Stewart) Huston was the daughter of James Turner and Eliza Miller (Reid) Stewart of Savannah, Georgia. His full name was James Stewart Huston, but he seldom used the first name. At the time of his death he was vice-president and director of the Lukens Steel Company, of Coatesville, the fifth generation in the family steel business. John Armour (d. 1800) was a mason in Savannah. In 1793 he married Ruth Erwin Eirick (1754-1827). Ruth was the widow of Alexander Eirick, the son of Adam and Catherine Eirick, early settlers of Savannah. They had one child named Ruth Erwin Eirick. She married Francis Harvey Welman (1780-1861), a native of Bermuda. Welman was a merchant in Savannah. In the 1850s he was the Savannah agent for Lloyd's of London.

Ruth Erwin Welman (1811-1898), daughter of Francis Harvey and Ruth Welman, married John Hope Reid (1800-1848), a native of Scotland and merchant in Savannah. Their daughter, Eliza Miller Reid married James Turner Stewart (1834-1901), a cotton broker in Savannah. Papers of many of the above are in the collection.

Murray McGregor Stewart (1868-1928), cotton merchant and Mayor of Savannah, and Ruth Stewart, uncle and aunt of Stewart Huston are also represented in the collection.

Ruth Stewart married in 1894 William Ridgely Leaken (1861-1918), a lawyer in Savannah. Leaken was one of the electors from Georgia for President McKinley in 1896. He was Assistant U.S. District Attorney, April 1898-March 1906, and was appointed Collector of the Port of Savannah by President Taft, a position which he held until 1913. His papers consist of his personal and legal correspondence and those pertaining to his positions as Assistant U.S. District Attorney and Collector of the Port of Savannah. Mrs. Leaken was a prominent clubwoman, served as State Chairman of the Women's Committee of the Liberty Loan Bond drives in World War I and took a prominent part in the Women's Suffrage Movement. She married, second, William Duncan Judkins of Virginia. After his death she spent the remainder of her life in Savannah.

Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of family and other papers collected by Stewart Huston of Coatesville, Pennsylvania. Included are correspondence, legal papers, social notices, photographs and printed materials. In addition to the family papers there are other papers collected by Stewart Huston. The largest part of this collection consists of Stewart family papers and related lines: Armour, Huston, Leaken, Reid and Welman, all of Savannah. They include correspondence, legal papers, a slave bill of sale, and social notes. The papers of William R. Leaken and Ruth (Stewart) Leaken form the greatest proportion of these papers. Leaken was Assistant U.S. District Attorney, 1898-1906, and Collector of the Port of Savannah, 1906-1913, and most of his papers concern these two positions; there are also a few personal papers. Mrs. Leaken was a prominent clubwoman who was State Chairman of the Women's Committee of the Liberty Loan Drives, 1917-1918, and was prominent in the Women's Suffrage Movement in Georgia. Her papers contain letters from her husband and papers relating to her civic and social interests. She married, second, William Duncan Judkins of Danville, Va., and there are a few Judkins papers in the collection. In addition to family papers, the collection contains some other papers collected by Stewart Huston. They are a few papers relating to the estate of Matthew Mauve of Savannah, 1757-1788, and letter books of Dr. Richard Dennis Arnold (circa 1808-1876), prominent physician of Savannah, 1834-1876.

Index Terms

Clippings (information artifacts)
Huston, Stewart, 1898-1971.
Legal files.
Letter books.
Letters (correspondence)
Women--Social conditions.

Administrative Information

Custodial History

Material was acquired from Harriet Huston, spouse of collector.

Preferred Citation

[item identification], Stewart Huston family papers, MS 1267, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Acquisition Information

Deposit, 1972; gifted 1979.


Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Georgia Historical Society. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Division of Library and Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Georgia Historical Society as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.


Encoding funded by a 2012 Documenting Democracy grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

Container List



1Armour, Mauve, Reid, Stewart, Welman Papers

John Armour papers, 1795-1810, 3P.DS. 4 items.
Receipt to John Armour for 1/3 payment for Lots 26 and 27, Warren Ward, bought at auction. August 5, 1797. 1p. Title in fee simple from Mayor and aldermen of Savannah to Lots 26 and 27 Warren Ward, Aug. 28, 1797. 4p. Receipt of relinquishment of right and title to Lot 24 Warren Ward Nicol Turnbull to John Berrien, May 29, 1797, and Berrien to John Armour, May 21, 1804. Ip. Will of Ruth Armour, November 9, 1810.
Huston papers, 1901-1940, 11 items.
Telegrams of condolence to Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Huston on the death of her father, 1901; postal cards with Savannah scenes to Ruth and J. Stewart Huston, 1904; letter from Ken to Mrs. Charles L. Huston, 1917; Henry B. MacFarland to W.H. Ridgeway (mentions Mr. and Mrs. Huston), 1918; Christmas card to James S. Huston from Fortin, 1919; unsigned, undated typed letter from Stewart Huston (?) about his grandfather's Civil War service. Carrie P. Wilson to Stewart Huston enclosing abstract of title to 314 St. Julian Street, 1926; E.W. Cubbedge to Stewart Huston, about pictures and structural materials of the Reid house on State St., 1940.
Matthew Mauve papers, 1757-1788, lp.4 items.
Deed, Matthew Mauve to the Commissioner of the General-Loan Office, Lot 8, 1st Tything, Anson Ward, the garden lot belonging to it and a Negro Man, May 9, 1757. lp. Bond, Matthew Mauve and William Moore to James Habersham, Jr. and John Motel, July 13 and Sept. 3, 1771. lp. each. Affidavit of Robert Bolton, Sr. that he is in possession of a quantity of paper money, a part of the net proceeds of the estate of Matthew Mauve, Jan. 1, 1788.
Reid papers, 1843-1896, 18 items.
Ruth W. Reid (1834-1913) to her mother with reply, 1843; Anna G. Barnsley to Mrs. John Hope Reid, 1847; George C. Irving (?) to "My Dear Sir," 1848; F. Welman to Margaret Reid, 1850; "Trust Disposition and Settlement by Miss Margaret Reid..." 1860; John H. Reid, Jr. to his mother from Camp Gladden, November 23, 1861; W.A. Reid to Ruth W. Reid, 1866 (3). Bill, Jackson, Lawton & Basinger to F.W. Reid for preparing a conveyance, 1867; receipt of R.E. Reid, et al, to F.W. Reid for the residuary estate of Jane E. Bryan, 1870; Robert P. Kerr to Madge Reid, 1884; The Silver Cross Publishing Co. to Madge Reid, 1894; City of Savannah to Margaret Reid, granting a reduction on the assessment on her house on Bay & Price Sts., 1896; E.M.S. to Ruth W. Reid, undated. Two clippings about the deaths of Mrs. John Hope Reid and her son, Francis Welman Reid on the same day, 1898; The Woman's Voice, February 1902, with an article on the King's Daughters and Sons, citing Madge Reid's work with the organization and a photograph of her.
Stewart family correspondence, 1878-1917, 7 items.
Correspondents: James T. Stewart, Murray M. Stewart.
Ruth Stewart correspondence, 1886-1894, 19 items.
Letters to and from Ruth Stewart before she became Mrs. William R. Leaken on December 27, 1894. Correspondents: Ruth Stewart, N., A.M.M., Jr.; William R. Leaken, "General," Wallace T.T., Jr.; Jim, John R. Young; Tom, F.B. Hubbard; Alex, Lalla Ellin Wood; Alfred F. Grubb.
Stewart documents and other papers, 1860-1902, 10 items.
Marriage settlement, Eliza M. Reid and James T. Stewart, 1860; "Reminiscences of the War," by James T. Stewart, 1892; agreement between Murray M. Stewart, Annie Stewart Huston and Ruth Stewart Leaken about their father's estate, 1902; certificates of merit to Annie Stewart from Savannah Public Schools.
Stewart diary and notebook, 2 items.
Pocket diary of J.H. Reid Stewart, 1882-1883; notebook of the Saturday Club of Savannah, 1894, kept by Ruth Stewart (contains articles on art and literature.).
Stewart accounts, 1863-1901, 11 items.
"Code for Telegraphing with Andrew Stewart Esq. from Liverpool," undated ; contents of box per "Lonar," signed A. Stewart, 1863; two check stub books, 1896-1897; miscellaneous accounts, 1895-1901 (includes accounts of estate of James T. Stewart).
Stewart clippings, 1901-1928, 8 items.
Clippings about the deaths of James T. Stewart (1901) and Murray Stewart (1928).
Francis H. Welman papers, 1820-1861, 10 items.
Bill of sale of slaves, James S. Cunningham to Welman, 1820; list of persons invited to the funeral of Mrs. F.H. Welman, 1822; two receipts for shipments of cotton from F.H. Welman, 1836; Caleb D. Watson & Co. of Liverpool to Welman about entering business with him, 1857; certificate for bounty land for his service in the Georgia Militia in the War of 1812, 1856; two undated notes about taxes on auction sales; clippings about the deaths of Mrs. Welman and infant son, and of F.H. Welman, 1822-1861.
F.H. Welman - Lloyds of London papers, 1855-1857, 15 items.
Letters, instructions, affidavits, certificates, rates, surveys of Port Wardens of Savannah for damages to ships and cargoes in Savannah River and Harbor. Two printed forms are included. 15 items.
Misses Welman papers, 1830-1894, 11 items.
Catherine Jane and Isabella P. Welman to their father, 1830; invitation to Catherine Welman to the wedding of Miss Barnsley, 1850; author's (Henry B. Anthony) presentation copy of his The Fancy Ball... to Miss Welman, 1875 (?) with characters in the poem identified in pencilled notes; Richard D. Arnold to Miss Welman (undated invitation to dinner). Mortgage, Margaret M. Welman to the Planters Bank of the State of Georgia, 1850; receipt to Margaret M. Welman from F.H. Welman for purchase of silver, 1860; Chatham Artillery to Margaret Welman requesting the honor of escorting the body of F.H. Welman to the place of burial, 1861; receipt for six shares of Atlantic and Gulf Railroad Co. to Margaret Welman, 1867 (fragment); "Estate of Miss Margaret M. Welman in Account with F.W. Reid, Administrator," 1893-1894; two scraps of paper about land of Margaret M. Welman in Cherokee and Wilkes counties, undated.


2William Ridgley Leaken papers - Personal

Personal and legal correspondence and other papers, 1883-1907, 29 items.
Personal and legal correspondence and other papers, 1910-1918, 39 items.
Includes copy of The Periodic Law, by G.A. Leaken (1868).
First Congressional District of Georgia, Republican National Convention papers, 1900, Typed and printed materials. 8 items.
Leaken's commissions, membership, certificates and miscellaneous, 1883-1914, 9 items.
State of rice importations, duties, etc, 1892-1896.
Leaken - Bills, 1889-1919, 14 items.
Household, foreign travel, and statement of his estate.
Leaken - Documents, 1892, 2 items.
Warranty deed, E.W. Green to William R. Leaken a tract of land on the Thunderbolt Road, April 20, 1892.
Leaken - Clippings, 20 items.
Includes photocopy of a small scrapbook.
Leaken - Articles, Typescripts. 18 items.
Leaken - Articles, 10 items.
Clippings from Savannah newspapers; some of them are also in the typescripts, above.
Leaken - Chatham County Legal Advisory Board, 1917, 2 items.
Two papers about the organization of the Legal Advisory Board.
Leaken - Collector of the Port papers, 35 items.
Copies of letters endorsing W.R. Leaken as Collector of the Port, March, 1909; papers regarding William R. Leaken's appointment as Collector of the Port of Savannah.
Collector of the Port papers, 1909 April-May, 37 items.
Collector of the Port papers, 1909 June-July, 1913 September, 49 items.
The letters of July are congratulations on the appointment. The letter of September 23, 1913 encloses a receipt from David Barrow, Jr., collector, for books, etc. relative to the office. Included are lists of those who endorsed Leaken and clippings about the appointment.
Receipt for Custom House furniture, David Barrow, Jr. to William R. Leaken, 1913, 1 item.
Itemized list.
Number inadvertently omitted


3William Ridgely Leaken papers - Legal cases

S.S. Bylands, 1915-1916, 29 items.
Litigations against the owners of the Bylands in the Eastern Division, Southern District of the U.S. Court.
Eugene R. Corson vs the Knights of Columbus, 5 items.
Investment Co. of Savannah, 1910-1914 about the Knights of Columbus Hall on the N.W. Corner of Bull and Jones Sts., next to Dr. Corson's residence; encroachment. Notes and a clipping.
Fort Screven property, 1901-1906, 24 items.
Correspondence about the acquisition of property on Tybee island for an addition to Fort Screven.
Fort Screven property - Legal paper, 17 items.
Leaken's opinion to the Attorney General, with abstracts of title, deeds, etc. to the property. Included is a map of Tybee Island and a blue print map of the addition to the Fort area.
Glatiny Transaction, 1910-1911, 13 items.
Papers relating to the purchase of a tract of land from John F. Glatingny by Murray M. Stewart and Ruth (Stewart) Leaken. W.R. Leaken was the attorney for Stewart and Mrs. Leaken.
Samuel Hall Haddon Case, 1911, 2 items.
Affidavit of Jane A. Jones, widow of Seaborn Jones, that Samuel Hall Haddon bought from her husband Mill Haven Plantation in Screven County, and testifying as to the damage done to the place by Federal troops in 1865.
Hotel cases, 1900-1908, 5 items.
Watson & Powers, Plaintiffs in error, vs. Mary E. Loughran, Defendant in error, in the case of an alleged theft of jewelry from her room in the DeSoto Hotel, 1900; W.R. Leaken to Alexander T. Mason, September 21, 1908, about a man accused of stealing a bag of jewelry from a room in the Screven House. Leaken was the attorney for the Savannah Hotel Men's Association. Included is a typed, rough draft of the liabilities of Inkeepers.
"Kronprincessen Louise" - Libel, 1915, 4 items.
Christopher Power, libellant, vs C.E. Neilsen and Harold Hansen, respondents, in the District Court of the United States, Eastern Division of the Southern District of Georgia; Christopher Power, Foreman, complaining of personal damages by Neilsen, Master, and Hansen, Chief Engineer.
Legal papers - Schlegelmilch, 26 items.


4Shanghaiing Case, (folders 38-41), 1903
These papers pertain to the case of eight Negroes from Savannah illegally shipped by force in the Russian Bark Alice, Henry Olsen, Master, to Bristol, England, and there put on shore without any money or other means of subsistance. The case was tried in the District Court of the United States for the Eastern Division of the Southern District of Georgia in Savannah as United States vs Henry Olsen. W.R. Leaken as Assistant U.S. District Attorney represented the U.S. and won the case.

Correspondence, 1903-1904, 22 items.
Correspondents: Petty Sessional Court House, Bristol; U.S. Department of Commerce and Labor; Lorin A. Lathrop, U.S. Consul at Bristol; U.S. Department of State; U.S. Department of Justice; W.R. Leaken; G.G. Rucker.
Depositions, 12 items.
Depositions of the 8 shanghaied Negroes, plus those of Jack Johnson, a sailor's boarding house keeper in Savannah and Joseph Terrell Rucker, victim of a previous kidnapping by Olsen. The depositions of the 8 Negroes were enclosed in Consul Lathrop's letter of August 28, 1903.
Court papers, 1903, 3 items.
Indictment (in the Rucker case) Brief, Charge to the Jury.
Clippings about the case, 1903, and warning issued by the Department of Commerce and Labor of punishment for illegal shipment of seamen, 9 items.
One printed, about the conviction and imprisonment of Olsen and one typed about same in case of Jack Johnson, 1904.
Thompson's and Showalter's Claim, 1909, 6 items.
Papers about the claim of heirs of Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson (nee Elizabeth Winter) to property at Norwich, England. These claims are those of Ernest Thompson and Sarah Alice Showalter (nee Thompson).
Miscellaneous legal papers, 1895-1915, 7 items.
Authorization of Lucy Green to W.R. Leaken to receive for herself her share in a settlement, 1895; petition of Catherine Ann C. Joyce for damages from Patrick O'Connor, 1901; Indenture of lease J. Randolph Anderson to J. Galina, to occupy Anderson's building on the corner of Drayton St. and Bay Lane in Savannah, 1901; Sanday vs British and Foreign Marine Insurance about "Restraint of Princes" and constructive total loss, 1915; Hunter, Pearce and Battey vs South Broad St. Railroad; their suit for shortage of shipment in cotton undated; clipping of the case of the Adula, a prize vessel, undated; clipping of the statement of A.S. Owens, first officer of the Minnewasha, undated.
Notebooks, 5 items.
"William R. Leaken Note Book," 1884-1889; "William R. Leaken 'Res Jenundae' (?) 1896-1902. The first two pages of this last item are lists of old cases and new cases, January 1896; followed by a month-by-month listing of salary received from the U.S. Government as Asst. U.S. Attorney, April 1898-May 1900. After this there are a few pages of accounts of various properties in Savannah, 1899-1902. Two other items are posters advertising a round trip tour to Washington, D.C., on the backs of which are some pencilled notes about cases; small notebook with miscellaneous notes.


5Ruth (Stewart) Leaken papers

Correspondence, 1895-1916, 29 items.
Most of the letters are from her husband, William R. Leaken and are photocopies.
Correspondence, 1917-1922 and undated, 34 items.
Most of the letters are from her husband, William R. Leaken and are photocopies.
Mrs. Leaken, administratrix of the estate of Margaret Reid, 1907-1914, 6 items.
Financial records, 1895-1919, 24 items.
Bills and receipts. One of the bills is for purchase of jewelry, 1895. The remainder are for repairs, taxes, etc. on her rental property. The receipts are for rent.
Clubs, 14 items.
Papers pertaining to the Woman's Club, Huntingdon Club, and Shakespeare Club, all of Savannah, and the Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs (Savannah Chapter). [See folder 64, below].
Liberty Loan Drive. Correspondence, 1917-1918, 30 items.
Mrs. Leaken was state Chairman for the Women's Liberty Loan Committee.
Liberty Loan Drive - Organization, 4 items.
Lists of Savannah Districts; lists of women in charge of the drive in various cities in Georgia.
Liberty Loan Drive - Printed materials and clippings, 1917-1918, 37 items.
Women's Committee Council of National Defense, Georgia Division, 1918, 5 items.
Equal Suffrage Party of Georgia, 1917-1918, 12 items.
Emily C. McDougald, State Headquarters, to Mrs. Leaken, September 22, 1917, about sending telegrams to Congressmen; report of Mrs. Leaken on the National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention, undated ; clippings and printed materials.
Miscellaneous, 9 items.
Deed of gift, Ruth W. Reid to Ruth Stewart Leaken, the eastern 1/2 of Lot 9, Anson Ward, Savannah, 1912; deed of gift, Murray M. Stewart to Ruth Stewart Leaken, a portion of Lot 51, Thomas Ward, 1912; notebook listing wedding presents to Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Leaken, 1894; program for "High Tea in Crawford," undated ; notes about bonds; notebook of humorous anecdotes; notes in French; sheet with quotation from Goethe; incomplete article about why she joined the Republican Party.
Judkins material, 9 items.
Ruth (Stewart) Leaken married as her second husband, William Duncan Judkins of Danville, Va. The first few papers in this folder, 1894-1913, relate to W.D. Judkins and his first wife. The remainder is letters to Ruth (Stewart) Leaken Judkins, 1921-1942. Writers are Murray M. Stewart, Margaret Nelson Lewis (photocopy), Elizabeth Calhoun (photocopy), Nan (Mrs. Charles L. Huston).



656Miscellaneous legal papers, 18 items.
So far as can be determined, they do not relate to any of the family connections. They are deeds, abstracts of title, copies of the wills of Edward DeRenne, Kentwyn De Renne, George Wymberley Jones De Renne and Mary De Renne; also, the claim of the heirs of Capt. Josiah Tattnall, U.S.N., C.S.N. to proceeds from the sale of personal property left by the family at Sacketts Harbor and sold by the U.S. Government.
57Unidentified papers, 2 items.
Incomplete letter of Emily L. Gerry to —; "Recollections of a Venerable Presbyterian Minister: Dr. John Rice"; S.H. Cam to — about death of his brother A.W. Cam in Savannah, 1893.
58Invitations, Cards, 5 items.
Program and menu for celebration of Queen Victoria's birthday in Mobile, Ala., 1854; Carte de visite showing Confederate flag; invitation to the wedding of Miss — Schley in Savannah, undated ; 1917 Christmas greetings from France.
59Genealogical materials, 18 items.
Extracts about the Reid family from Old Parochial Register, Parish of Criech, Fife County (photocopy); with snapshots of tombstones, and Reid homes at Parbrough; "Webb Data" (photocopy); copy of epitaph of Rev. James Muir; notes about Eirick family; notes about the origin of the Judkins name description of heraldic arms.
60Clippings about Savannah, not counted
61Clippings - general and fragments, not counted
63Photographs, 10 items.
Dr. Richard D. Arnold, Mrs. Arnold (as a young woman and as an older woman), Margaret Arnold Cosens (3), same with daughter Eleanor, George A. Cosens (2).


7Richard D. Arnold letterbooks, 1834-1839, 1844-1846, 1847-1849, 1849-1851, 1851-1853, 1853-1856. (6 items.)
Boxes 7 & 8 are fragile:may not be used
Typed copies of some of the letters, 1856-1857, also in the box. #x002A;#x002A; Copies of 1856-1857 letters also in Arnold vertical file.


8Richard D. Arnold letterbooks, 1857-1876 and photographs (5 items)
Boxes 7 & 8 are fragile:may not be used
Letterbooks: 1857-1859, 1860-1865, 1866-1869, 1869-1872, 1872-1876.


9Printed Materials

Pamphlets: Women's Clubs, 8 items.
The Woman's Club of Savannah, 1905-1908; Huntingdon Club, 1910-1911; Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs 1917-1918; Savannah Female Asylum By-Laws, 1888. (See Folder 49 in Box 5 above).
Pamphlets: Men's Clubs and Associations, 3 items.
Officers and Members of the Georgia Society of Colonial Wars, 1914; Oglethorpe Club, 1909; Savannah Maritime Association, Savannah, Ga.; Inspection Bureau, 1914.
Pamphlets: Independent Presbyterian Church, 12 items.
Historical Sketch; church calendar, etc, 1890; Confession of Faith and Covenant, 1858, 1873; (all of above contain list of members); membership directory, 1921, 1936; weekly bulletins, 1898-1940 and undated ; descriptive leaflet.
Pamphlets: Savannah and Midway, 8 items.
Facts and Figures in Favor of Deeper Water at Savannah, 1906; An Ordinance to Assess and Levy Taxes and Raise Revenue for the CIty of Savannah..., 1915; Maritime Rules and Regulations of the Savannah Board of Trade, undated ; Permanent Rules of the Commissioners of Pilotage for the Port of Savannah, 1870 (broadside); Guide to Savannah, Georgia..., by Maude Heyward, 1925; Historic Festival and Pageant: Savannah a Hundred Years Ago, 1818-1819; The Georgia Historical Quarterly, March 1917; Address Delivered at Midway Meeting House... by C.C. Jones, Jr., 1889.
Pamphlets, etc. - General, 11 items.
The Woman Citizen, February 14, 1920; Our Monthly: Thornwell Orphanage, May 1923; 37th Annual Report of the Old Jerry McAuley Water Street Mission, 1909; The Teacher's Crown [1860]; Fruitland Nurseries, Augusta, Ga., Catalog, 1919-1920; Rules of the United Kingdom - Mutual Steam Ship Assurance Association, Ltd., London, 1914, 1915, 1916; "Better To Be Safe Than To Be Sorry" a fragment of a broadside on the Taft - Wilson presidential campaign; official ballot, Democratic Ballot, August 23, 1910 (part torn off).
Pamphlets: Programs, Menus, recipes, 14 items.
St. Andrew's Society, Savannah, 1891, 1896, 1902; Georgia Historical Society 75th Anniversary Banquet, 1914; Banquet, Maritime Law Association of the United States, undated ; also Articles of Association, 1917; "Best War Time Recipes" [1917] - clipping of War Time recipes; Margaret Woodrow Wilson Concert for War Relief; Celebration of the Irish-American Friendly Society, 1905; official Souvenir program of the ceremonies at the Dedication of the Monument... [to] General James Edward Oglethorpe, 1910; Program of the Georgia Historical Society's Semi-Centennial, 1889; Official Programme and Guide Book, Reunion, Georgia Division, U.C.V., 1899; Program, National American Woman Suffrage Association, 1916.
Pamphlets about World War I, 9 items.
Pamphlets about travel in Europe, 1913-1914, 5 items.
Pamphlets about cases and practice in the U.S. District Court, 15 items.
U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court Appeals; also Political and Judicial Divisions of the Commonwealth of Georgia, 1892.



Armour house, 2 items.
Leaken. William R. Leaken, 25 items.
W.R. Leaken in group with President Taft in Savannah, 1911; Ruth R. Leaken; Mr. & Mrs. Leaken in group of Georgia Bar Association Meeting in Toccoa, Ga.; W.R. Leaken and others in military encampment scene (11); snapshots.
Stewart and Huston, 2 items.
Ruth Stewart with Sunday School group of Independent Presbyterian Church; Savannah Yacht Club with Stewart Huston as a child in the foreground.
Reid House (rear), 8 items.
Individuals, 20 items.
Those identified are Martha Bulloch Roosevelt; Dorothy Baldwin as a child; Edward Demere; Mrs. W.W. Gordon; Alice Gordon; John R. Young; Emma Lawton; Mrs. Willie Wilson; Robert H. Anderson; Mrs. John Screven; Sadie Chisholm; Mary Lawton Garrard; William Garrard & his sister (small children); Thomas Screven; group identified on back.
Savannah scenes and church at Midway, 20 items.
Parade, houses, interior of Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, Bicentennial pageant; organ of the Independent Presbyterian Church; two negatives.


11Glass Negatives

A house and views of its piazza, a church, people, old carriage