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Benjamin Pope account book (1844)
Archives and Manuscripts
Finding aid for 19th century University of Georgia presidential papers
The collection includes correspondence, deeds and stock certificates generated by various early UGA presidents and chancellors. There are numerous original documents along with transcriptions and photocopied materials. The originals date from 1801-1905.
Finding aid for Andrew A. Lipscomb papers
The collection consists of papers of Andrew A. Lipscomb (1816-1890), Chancellor of the University of Georgia from 1861-1878. Materials include sermons, speeches, and lecture notes, in bound volumes, presented before religious gatherings, university groups or classes, and other organizations during Lipscomb's tenure as Chancellor of the University of Georgia. Lipscomb often included information on where, when, and for what event the material was written, as well as the corresponding bible verse.
Finding aid for Lipscomb family papers
The collection consists of miscellaneous materials chiefly concerning Andrew A. Lipscomb, Chancellor of the University of Georgia, and his son, Francis Adgate Lipscomb, class of 1866 and later Professor of Belles Lettres. There are eight typescripts of poems by A. A. Lipscomb on various topics. Class notes and literary society speeches of F. A. Lipscomb during his terms at the University are present as well as his complete lecture book for British literature (1872-1873). In addition there is a small group of correspondence between father and son. There is also a small amount of correspondence between Mrs. M. A. Lipscomb and David C. Barrow concerning the establishment of the Crawford W. Long infirmary on the University campus. Also present is a genealogy of the "Descendants of John Hall and Mary Parker of Maryland," compiled by H. M. Chapman of Washington, D. C., in 1898.
Finding aid for University of Georgia student records
The collection contains a variety of student records dating back to 1821, including tuition ledgers and account books listing "servant hire" fees for students located in boxes 1-3