|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Title:||Anderson family papers|
|Extent:||0.4 cubic feet (1 box, 1 folder)|
Nina Anderson Pape (1869-1944) was the daughter of Colonel Edward Clifford Anderson and Nina Anderson. She taught in the public schools in Savannah. In 1900, she and Alice West organized the Pape and West School, which later combined with the Haskell School to become the Haskell-Pape School. It became the Pape School in 1908 and continued in operation throughout her life for several years after her death. Pape took an active part in the founding of the Girl Scouts in Savannah and was associated with that organization in several capacities for many years. She was nationally recognized as an outstanding educator and belonged to many national organizations in the field. She was an active member in several philanthropic, cultural, and social organizations in Savannah. Her brother was Edward Maffitt Anderson (1843-1923).
This collection consists of three anonymous diaries written from 1869 to 1897 that are presumed to be those of Nina Anderson, wife of Colonel Edward Clifford Anderson, and her daughter, Nina Anderson Pape. The two later diaries record Pape's travel through England, France and Germany. Also included in this collection are an account book for the estate of Edward Maffitt Anderson, recorded at the time of his death; a receipt book for Mrs. W.F. Godkin from the 1870s; a signature book inscribed to Sarah "Sallie" Wayne Anderson (b. 1853) from 1869-1876; a folder of newspaper clippings, 1874-1876; a copy of a letter sent to E.C. Anderson, 1904; an undated inventory of a part of the collection; and five photographs of soldiers thought to be members of a German rifle club, the Savannah Schutzen Gessleschaft, at Greenwich Plantation, Savannah, in 1891.
The folder containing photographs is noted as "VM" (visual materials) in the collection inventory.
[item identification], Anderson family papers, MS 2149, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Frank A. Chisholm, 1984.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Journal, anonymous (Nina Anderson?), 1860 or 1867|
|2||Journal, anonymous (Nina Anderson Pape?), 1897|
|3||Journal, anonymous (Nina Anderson Pape?), 1901|
|4||Receipt book of Mrs. Godkin, 1870s|
|5||Account book, estate of Edward M. Anderson, 1923|
|6||Signature book, Sarah "Sallie" Wayne Anderson, 1869-1876|