Edith Johnston Duncan collection of research materials on the Kollock family
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Edith Johnston Duncan collection of research materials on the Kollock family

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Title: Edith Johnston Duncan collection of research materials on the Kollock family
Dates: 1799-1954
Extent: 0.25 cubic feet (1 volume)
Identification: MS 1593

Biographical/Historical Note

Edith Johnston Duncan (1883-1963) was a native of Savannah and related to the Kollock family. She was the daughter of James Houston and Eugenia Cunningham Duncan Johnston. She began her writing career working for the Savannah Morning News and Savannah Evening Press. In addition to editing "The Kollock Letters", which appeared serially in the Georgia Historical Quarterly, Duncan wrote The Houstons of Georgia, published in 1950. Miss Duncan died at the age of 80 on February 9, 1963. She is buried at Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, Georgia.


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains one volume in which are bound "The Kollock Letters, 1799-1850," which were a series of articles originally published in eight parts in the Georgia Historical Quarterly [Part I appeared in Vol. 30 (3) Sept. 1946, Part 2 in Vol. 30 (4) Dec. 1946, Part 3 in Vol. 31 (1) March 1947, Part 4 in Vol. 31(2) June 1947, Part 5 in Vol. 31(3) Sept. 1947, Part 6 in Vol. 31 (4) Dec. 1947, Part 7 in Vol. 32 (1) March 1948, and Part 8 in Vol. 32 (2) June 1948].

These letters were edited for publication by Edith Johnston Duncan and she had the individual articles bound in this volume, which also includes handwritten notes, corrections, personal reminisces, and other information. Also attached are newspaper clippings, a letter, and photographs of members of the Kollock, Waring, and related families. At the end of the volume there is a section on Woodlands and Blythewood, both of which are in Habersham County, Georgia near Clarkesville. Woodlands was the home of the George Jones Kollock family, who moved their in 1850. Blythewood was originally the home of Mary Helen Johnston and was built in 1853.


Index Terms

Blythewood (Clarkesville, Ga.)
Broad Street (Savannah, Ga.)
Bull Street (Savannah, Ga.)
Campbell, Edward Fenwick, 1786-1861.
Georgia--Social life and customs.
Habersham County (Ga.)
Johnston, James Houston.
Johnston, Susan Marion, 1885-1962.
Kollock family.
Kollock, George Jones, 1810-1894.
Kollock, Lemuel, 1766-1823.
Kollock, Mary Fenwick, 1806-1885.
Kollock, P.M., (Phineas Miller), 1804-1872.
Kollock, Susan Marion Johnston, 1885-1962.
Molyneux, Andrew Mitchell, Mrs.
Molyneux, Andrew Mitchell.
Molyneux, Edmund, 1790-1864.
Molyneux, Eliza Herriot Johnston, 1808-1872.
Neufville, Mary Fenwick Kollock, 1806-1885.
Savannah (Ga.)--Social life and customs.
Tallulah River (Ga.)
Waring family.
Warren family.
Woodlands (Clarkesville, Ga.)

Administrative Information

Custodial History

Unknown.

Preferred Citation

[item identification], Edith Johnston Duncan collection of research materials on the Kollock family, MS 1593, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Acquisition Information

Unknown.


Restrictions

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.


Published Descriptions

Originally published in eight parts in the Georgia Historical Quarterly [Part I appeared in Vol. 30 (3) Sept. 1946, Part 2 in Vol. 30 (4) Dec. 1946, Part 3 in Vol. 31 (1) March 1947, Part 4 in Vol. 31(2) June 1947, Part 5 in Vol. 31(3) Sept. 1947, Part 6 in Vol. 31 (4) Dec. 1947, Part 7 in Vol. 32 (1) March 1948, and Part 8 in Vol. 32 (2) June 1948].


Sponsorship

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