|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Harden, William, 1844-1936.|
|Title:||William Harden notes on "The Grasshopper on the Royal Exchange"|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
William Harden (1844-1936) was the son of Judge Edward Jenkins Harden (1813-1873); he was the disburser for Chatham County and a historian. He served throughout the Civil War, the latter part in the Signal Corps. He was the assistant librarian of the Georgia Historical Society, 1866-1869, and its librarian, 1869-1935. He was also a charter member of the American Library Association, 1876. He was the editor of the Georgia Historical Quarterly, 1917-1920 (v.1-4), and contributed many articles to the publication, as well as to other historical magazines. He wrote A History of Savannah and South Georgia (Chicago, 1913), and Recollections of a Long and Satisfactory Life (Savannah, 1934).
This collection consists of notes entitled, "The Grasshopper on the Royal Exchange," which may have been an article in the New York Sun. The manuscript, in William Harden's handwriting, discusses Sir Thomas Gresham and the grasshopper crest on the Royal Exchange in London.
[item identification], William Harden notes on "The Grasshopper on the Royal Exchange", MS 1335, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Item 1: Notes, "The Grasshopper on the Royal Exchange", undated ( 5.0 p. )|