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SF2, D3, Folder 1

  • Towns: Aliceville

  • "History of Aliceville (Pickens County) and vicinity", probably written by Jud Arrington

SF2, D3, Folder 2

  • Towns: "B"

  • "Bluffport", Sumter County Whig, May 31, 1853

  • "Bluffport deeds"

  • "Bluffport Hotel", Sumter County Whig, December 9, 1851

  • "Bluffport" index card about Gould's blacksmith shop

  • "Bluffport" probably written by Jud Arrington

  • "Bluffport and Dr. Lightning's Hole", B.B. Hawkins

  • "Bluffport Drummer", B.B. Hawkins

  • "Bluffport Warehouse", Sumter County Democrat, December 4, 1852

  • "[Bluffport Warehouse] to the public", Sumter County Democrat, December 8, 1852

  • "Bluffport warehouse ads", fall and winter 1852

  • "Bluffport warehouse [under new management]", January 10, 1873

  • "Bolinger started a sawmill town" Dansby Evans

  • "Boyd, AL map"

  • "Sam Porter", B.B. Hawkins

  • "Sam Porter and the Rattlesnake", B.B. Hawkins

SF2, D3, Folder 3

  • Towns: Cuba

  • Cuba election results, 1836

  • "[Cuba] on a beautiful day restores faith in mankind; more Owl information", John Neel

  • "Cuba was a thriving turn of the century city", includes lots of old pictures of Cuba, Sumter County Journal and Livingston Edition, July 2, 1975

  • "History of Cuba", with index, by Jack Vaughan

  • List of votes for corporation of Cuba, 1891

  • Petition for incorporation of Cuba, February 24, 1891

SF2, D3, Folder 4

  • Towns: D

  • "The Academy in Old DeSotoville", Choctaw Advocate, February 20, 1975

  • "Down the winding stream a breath of fire pursued [near Demopolis]"

  • "The Masonic Lodge and the church in Old DeSotoville" Choctaw Advocate, February 27, 1975

SF2, D3, Folder 5

  • Towns: E

  • Document about Incorporation of Epes, AL, October 6, 1899

  • "Electric Mills", includes pictures of town, by Lowery Metts

  • "Emelle", Home Record

  • "Emelle combined from three communities", Elizabeth Stegall

  • "Emelle early railroad town", Home Record

  • "Emelle slayings hunt goes on for four more negroes who made escape", Sumter County Journal, July 4, 1930

  • "Epes, AL"

  • "Epes, a thriving little Alabama town", March 26, 1902

  • "Four negroes and two white men killed", Our Southern Home, July 9, 1930

  • Map of Emelle, AL, 1982

  • Map of Epes industrial - port complex, 1981

  • "George Morris appointed inspector for an election to be held in Epes on October 16, 1899"

  • "No race riot", Our Southern Home, July 9, 1930

  • "Picture of Epes Station about 1918"

  • "Tom Robertson and Bates will die January 2", Sumter County Journal

  • "Veteran railroad man, J.D. Guyton dies Wednesday in York", Sumter County Journal, November 27, 1930

  • "Visit to Epes"

SF2, D3, Folder 6

  • Towns: Gainesville       

  • "About Railroads [in Gainesville]", September 9, 1869

  • "Celebration at Gainesville", Livingston Journal, June 30, 1876

  • "Closing up an old institution [the American Hotel]"

  • "The Days of Sumter - Gainesville - Sumter Heritage Days", Special Edition to the Sumter County Record, April 1, 1993

  • "[Early days of] Gainesville", Southern Home, May 2, 1901

  • "[Earthquake]", Gainesville Messenger, September 3, 1886

  • "Fire, Fire, Fire", Gainesville Messenger, February 26, 1886

  • "Gainesville", R.G. McMahon

  • "Gainesville: 100 years ago", Sumter County Journal, July 2, 1964

  • "Gainesville, a flourishing north Sumter town", Our Southern Home, October 18, 1900

  • "Gainesville", News Bureau, Livingston State College, May 11, 1965

  • "Gainesville", Southern Home, May 2, 1901

  • "Gainesville", John C. Whitsett, Gainesville Dispatch, February 21, 1878

  • "Gainesville Bakery", Gainesville News, September 10, 1870

  • "Gainesville cannon", Gainesville Reporter, September 25, 1884, November 13, 1884; Gainesville Messenger, June 10, 1887, October 21, 1887, October 28, 1887

  • "Gainesville Gleanings", Southern Home, June 10, 1908

  • "Gainesville: historic town lives quietly on river bank", April 23, 1965

  • "Gainesville Hospital Staff list"

  • "Gainesville National Bank licensed to print money", Livingston Journal, June 9, 1871 and July 14, 1871

  • "Gainesville National Bank licensed to print money", Gainesville News, November 4, 1880

  • "Gainesville - Our correspondent visits and describes North Sumter's Leading Town", W. R. Thomas, Cuba Banner, 1895

  • "Gainesville [population 9,754]", Gainesville Messenger, July 1, 1887

  • "Gainesville post office moved", December 4, 1869

  • "[Gainesville] Presbyterian Bell", Gainesville Reporter

  • "Gainesville - Sumter Heritage Days" special edition to the Sumter County Record Journal, May 12, 1994

  • "Gainesville Tour Guide"

  • "Gainesville's Gala Day", Livingston Journal, September 29, 1893

  • "Heritage Day '93 celebration [at Gainesville]", Sumter County Journal, April 7, 1993

  • "Historic Gainesville", Louise Goodloe Rieves

  • "Historic Old Gainesville", Southern Home, January 24, 1923

  • "History of Gainesville", Gainesville Dispatch, July 11, 1876

  • "Letter from John Aduston Rogers to Mrs. Jenkins"

  • "Lightning does much damage", Gainesville Times, April 23, 1909

  • "Map of Gainesville, AL", copied in 1947 from an old map of Barnes Rogers'

  • "North Sumter's leading town - Gainesville", 1897

  • "Picture of Mr. Gray Ell's house where General Forrest surrendered"

  • "Picture of one of the South's first Confederate Monuments, Gainesville"

  • "Pictures of Gainesville"

  • The American Hotel

  • An aerial photo of Gainesville, 1950

  • The Business section

  • The old academy on Yankee St. used as a hospital during the Civil War

  • The Pavilion and Public Square

  • The Presbyterian Church built in 1837

  • The Steamboat Landing

  • "Presbyterian Church", Gainesville Dispatch, April 4, 1877

  • "Red letter day in Gainesville - cannon raised", Sumter Sun, September 22, 1904

  • "Town of Gainesville", Gainesville Dispatch, March 7, 1877

  • "Town of Gainesville", Sumter County Journal, August 3. 1939

SF2, D3, Folder 7

  • Towns: Gaston

  • "Gaston Hotel ad", September 19, 1836

  • "Map/plan of the town of Gaston", 1836

  • "Memories of Gaston", Granny Thomas, Sumter County Journal, August 17, 1939

  • "Petition to establish Gaston as a district in which stock shall not be allowed to run at large"

  • "Statements of taxable property, citizens of Gaston", 1861

  • "The town of Gaston, AL" by Judge W.E. Dearman

  • "Voting List, Gaston", 1844

F2, D3, Folder 8

  • Towns: Gaston - Tax List, 1861

SF2, D3, Folder 9

  • Towns: Geiger

  • "Buildings of Geiger and suburbs"

  • "Buildings of Geiger recently completed"

  • "Ever flowing well largest in county now ripples at Geiger"

  • "Geiger and its strange story"

  • "Geiger, AL in the heart of the Black Prairie Belt"

  • Handwritten essay about Gieger by Bill Gilbert

  • "Incorporation of the town of Geiger", filed October 8, 1912

  • "List of the people who lived in the town of Geiger", 1912

  • "Map of Geiger", 1909

  • "Map of Geiger", 1910

  • "Petition to reinstate the organization of the town of Geiger", March 1919

  • "Picture of Hotel Noxubee"

  • "Preston Beat - Geiger as told to Nelle M. Jenkins by Honorable John H. Pinson"

  • "Preston Beat became Geiger"

  • "Town of Geiger as pictured in 1912 including Geiger Methodist Church and Hotel Noxubee"

  • "Town of Geiger once a metropolis"

  • "What if they built a town and nobody came?" Tuscaloosa News, July 29, 1984

SF2, D3, Folder 10

  • Towns: Intercourse

  • Election returns

SF2, D3, Folder 11

  • Towns: Jamestown

  • Letter from John Rogers to Tom - According to the letter the village was abandoned because people wanted to move closer to the Bigbee River

SF2, D3, Folder 12

  • Towns: Kinterbish

  • One page of facts about the history of the Kinterbish community

  • Ab Evan was probably the first white settler

SF2, D3, Folder 13

  • Towns: Livingston

  • "An account of Livingston in 1854 - population 750", Sumter County Whig, December 20, 1854

  • "Early days of Livingston, AL" series of newspaper articles from 1895

    • "Recollections of the first two years of Livingston, 1834-1835"

    • "An old settler who spent fifty four years in Livingston"

    • "A Livingston maiden of ye olden time in her beautiful old age" as described by Dr. Samuel Winston Peck, Alabama's distinguished poet

    • "Reminiscence of our oldest resident settler"

    • "Recollections of our oldest nonresident settler - the daughter of a soldier of the Revolution"

    • "A brief history of the Livingston Presbyterian Church"

    • "Tis sixty years since"

    • "Livingston - the queen city of central Alabama"

    • "A brief history of the Livingston Baptist Church"

    • Pictures of Livingston Baptist Church, Livingston Methodist Church, College Dormitory, College Hall, and private residences

  • "Fifty years ago and before the war Livingston existed quite as now the seat of a great deal of wealth, the home of well to do cotton planters whose wealth had been wrung from the soil of Sumter", Southern Home, October 3, 1906

  • "Genesis of Livingston, Alabama", Jenkins Jackson

  • "Index to R.D. Spratt's 1928 History of Livingston", by F.S. Mosely, 1974

  • "Local history notes", Jenkins Jackson

  • "Picture of the covered bridge built in 1861"

  • "Reminiscences of Livingston", Our Southern Home, July 9, 1913

  • "Short sketch of Livingston, Alabama", R.P. Tartt

  • "Henry Warren Tucker", possibly by Jenkins Jackson

SF2, D3, Folder 14

  • Towns: Livingston

  • "An awful fire - Livingston suffers from the biggest fire in the history of the town", The Sumter Sun, November 7, 1901

  • "Artesian well", Sumter County Whig, January 16, 1956

  • "Artesian well", Livingston Journal, July 28, 1871

  • "Business men and their business as advertised in the Livingston Journal", 1866

  • "Business men and their business as advertised in the Livingston Journal", 1866

  • "Cannons", Gainesville Reporter, September 11, 1884

  • "Census of Livingston, AL by William Beggs, 1866

  • "Choctaw Tavern", from "The Genesis of Livingston, AL" by Jenkins Jackson in the Home Record", October 13, 1976

  • "Choctaw House/Tavern ads", 1836-37

  • "Choctaw House mentioned in the paper", 1851-55

  • "Curl's Chapel", Livingston Journal, October 1, 1880

  • "Deed from Lawrence to Jackson", November 7, 1930

  • "Deed from McMillan to Lawrence", August 22, 1908

  • "Deed from Altman to McMillan", March 20, 1905

  • "General election to be held August 5, 1844"

  • "Hexagonal building", Livingston Journal, September 24, 1875

  • "List of lots and what was on them"

  • "Livingston's bored well"

  • "Map of Livingston", 1984

  • "Map reproduced from map of town of Livingston, AL which was recorded May 6, 1839

  • "Northeast of section 33, township 12 North, Range 2 West or Lot No. 112 Plat City of Livingston, AL" original Choctaw Indians to U.S. Government in the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek on September 27, 1830

  • "The Old Covered Bridge" brochure

  • "The Old Covered Bridge", Our Southern Home, December 19, 1923

  • "Old Times", Sumter Democrat, March 14, 1857

  • "Original owners of lots in Livingston, AL

  • "Probate office building mentioned in the paper", 1880-81

  • "A stroll through town" 1866

  • "Tornado at Livingston", pictures, May 15, 1934

SF2, D3, Folder 15

  • Towns: M

  • Ad pages from a Millville High School Publication

  • Deed from Patton to International Paper Company

  • List of people associated with Millville High School, it doesn't say whether they are students or faculty, probably students by the number of them

  • Millville Deed from Parker to Mount Herman Baptist Church

  • Myrtlewood souvenir booklet commemorating the 100th anniversary of the naming of the town, 1886-1986

  • Picture of unidentified Millville family

  • Picture of unidentified Millville church or school and people

SF2, D3, Folder 16

  • Towns: Miscellaneous

  • "Brewersville and Coatopa", Our Southern Home, October 4, 1900

  • List of managers of special elections for members of congress, 1841

  • "Dancy, the new town of Pickens County", The Gainesville newspaper

SF2, D3, Folder 17

  • Towns: Oakman

  • Oakman history, two paragraphs with references

    • "Story of coal and iron in Alabama", Armes, 1910

    • "Northern Alabama", 1888

    • "Alabama official register and statistical register", 1915

    • "History of Alabama", Owen, 1921

  • "Old York USA, Spend a day back in time" brochure, May 14, 15, 16, 1993

SF2, D3, Folder 18

  • Towns: Panola

  • "Panola, our new town of northwest Sumter" Panola is the Indian name for cotton

  • "Panola's future wins much favorable comment", Gainesville, January 11, 1909

SF2, D3, Folder 19

  • Towns: Riderwood

  • Henry Holland, February 23, 1818 to May 13, 1855

  • "It [Riderwood] never did completely die", Choctaw Advocate, August 18, 1977

SF2, D3, Folder 20

  • Towns: St. Stephens

  • "First legislators met at St. Stephens"

  • "First Settlers of the Mississippi Territory"

  • "History of Old St. Stephens, Alabama", Margaret Newell, Howard College Thesis, date illegible, May 1900's

  • "Old St. Stephens Land Office Records & American State Papers: Public Lands", vol.1, 1768-1888, by Marilyn Davis Hahn

  • "Records of Choctaw Trading Post, St. Stephens, Mississippi Territory, 1803-1815", compiled by Ben and Jean Strickland

  • "South Alabama Review, First legislators met at St. Stephens", Mobile Register, April 24, 1975

  • "St. Stephens", notes from "Three Capitols" by William H. Brantley

  • "Township 19 North, Range 1 West, St. Stephens"

SF2, D3, Folder 21

  • Towns: S

  • "Clark Crocker and Anthony Phariss were the first settlers around Sumterville. They went there before the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek…"

  • Deed from Allison and Wife and Smith and Wife to Alexander Lumber Company

  • "Fire at Sumterville", April 1, 1908

  • "History of Sumterville", Margaret Burwell, 1925

  • "List of an election held at Sumterville in the 1830's"

  • "Lumber Company pictures of train, lumber, fire tower and some employees"

  • "Sandtuck", York Weekly Press, March 26, 1915

  • "Town of Sumter including Allison and Sumter Lumber Company and a picture of the Sumter Lumber Company Mill"

SF2, D3, Folder 22

  • Towns: T

  • "Shades of Tuscahoma (Choctaw County)", Peter A. Brannon

  • "Warehouse and railway at Troy", Voice of Sumter, November 6. 1836

SF2, D3, Folder 23

  • Towns: W

  • "Town of Warsaw", including a picture of Warsaw's last store, Bertha Rittenberry

  • "Ward", York Weekly Press, February 12, 1915

  • "Ward", York Weekly Press, February 26, 1915

SF2, D3, Folder 24

  • Towns: York

  • "Address listing of every address in York"

  • "Alabama inspection and rating bureau report of York", July 1, 1937

  • "Allison affair" November 2, 1894, Two of York's most prominent men, Allison and Thompson quarrel with serious results. Allison was wounded and Thompson was killed.

  • "Mr. Arrington's handwritten notes about York"

  • "Corrections to York Brochure"

  • "Deed from Johnston to First Baptist Church", January 11, 1884

  • "Deed from Johnston and wife to Methodist Episcopal Church South", November 3, 1891

  • "The difference between Cuba and York is that in Cuba people work while in York …they talk society and finance" newspaper, November 7, 1912

  • "Disastrous fire: worst in history of York", July 8, 1921

  • "Flood insurance study, City of York, Alabama, Sumter County", February 1980

  • "Incorporation of York Station, Alabama", April 6, 1881

  • "Index cards about lots in York"

  • "[Joke about why the newspaper editor retired]"

  • "Letter from Office of the Probate to J.M. Peteet appointing him to be in charge of the election", March 21, 1881

  • "Mayors of York from 1881 to 1995"

  • "Mule Hide Inn credit to York", Sumter County Journal, April 3, 1925

  • "Picture of Banquet at Mule Hide Inn"

  • "Set your sites on York, Alabama where agriculture and industry flourish"

  • "Town of York schedule of license for year 1947"

  • "Working women give York a velvet touch", Birmingham News, October 2, 1960

  • "York's doctors"

  • "York, AL, a new initiative for development of business and industry" brochure and bound pamphlet

  • "York Station", March 9, 1880

  • "York Station, Alabama Confederate Tax"

  • "York Station newspapers"

    • The News

    • The Times

    • Sumter Record

    • Sumter County Sentinel

SF2, D3, Folder 25

  • Towns: York - articles

  • "50 years ago in York", Our Southern Home, July 5, 1951

  • "176 visited Hill's Hospital this afternoon", Sumter County Journal, June 27, 1940

  • "Area that is now York was known by other names"

  • "Big fire caused by Negro in jail", York Weekly Press, January 18, 1918

  • "Business directory of the town of York", January 1, 1926

  • "Dear Sir, allow me space in your column to say a few words about our little town [, York Station]", March 9, 1880

  • "[Frank Derby, the man who built the 'Rooster Bridge' gave a farewell party to J.H. Wallace, mayor of York who moved to Palm Beach, Florida with an insurance company]", Sumter County Journal, April 10, 1925

  • "A disastrous fire occurred here Thursday night", January 23, 1918

  • "Disastrous fire: worst in history of York", July 8, 1921

  • "Fine work of fire fighters prevent disastrous blaze early Wednesday morning", Sumter County Journal, October 27, 1929

  • "Flowers' store opened", The Cuba Banner, July 10, 1896

  • From antiques to antibiotics - working women give York a velvet touch", Birmingham News, October 2, 1960

  • "Game cock post of American Legion", Sumter County Journal, January 25, 1923

  • "General election", Sumter Democrat, July 26, 1851

  • "Grocery prices in 1929"

  • "Growth and improvement in York during past five years has been remarkable", Sumter County Journal, August 23, 1928

  • "Hoit Bridge", with picture, Livingston Journal, July 12, 1878

  • "Hunter property decided upon for grammar school", Sumter County Journal, September 16, 1928

  • "Letter to editor - 'York station is too small - just large enough for everyone to know everything and say so many things of which they know nothing'", York News, November 1, 1890

  • "List of miscellaneous article titles about York from the Southern Home and the Sumter County Journal", 1950's

  • "Long -Wall Hardware and Building Materials ad", May 16, 1929

  • "McMillan and Cobb struck water", Sumter County Call, February 25, 1909

  • "Memorial services held at cemetery last Sunday P.M. [for soldiers of past wars]", Sumter County Journal, June 9, 1932

  • "Monday morning fire broke out in the American Café and quickly spread", Sumter County Journal, 1925

  • "Negro is hanged near Payneville", York Weekly Press, January 28, 1916

  • "New Hill Hospital near completion", June 13, 1940

  • "Open house at Hill's Hospital next Thursday afternoon", Sumter County Journal, June 20, 1940

  • "Over the County", January 23, 1918

  • "Party for mayor", Sumter County Journal, April 10, 1925

  • "The people of a flourishing town want longer and better public schools", Our Southern Home, July 2, 1896

  • "Post office [reestablished]", Livingston Journal, April 28, 1871

  • "Prominent Moundville citizen [, H.A. Griffin,] passes to beyond", York Weekly Press, July 17, 1914

  • "Registration books closed on Saturday", Our Southern Home, May 28, 1896

  • "Strawberries go out of York in carload lots", Sumter County Journal, April 14, 1927

  • "Sumter County Sentinel news bits", 1899

  • "Sumter Record news bits", 1893-1895

  • "Talk of building a streetcar line", Sumter County Sun, March 27, 1890

  • "Was greatest day in history of York, said by all who saw event [the day the water works opened]", July 7, 1927

  • "York ads"

  • "York artesian well", Sumter Sun, June 3, 1909

  • "York has had three spurts of growing", Geiger Times, March 7, 1912

  • "York high school will open September 17, 1888", York News, August 31, 1888

  • "York made headquarters, district D of CCC camps" and other CCC news

  • "York mourns death of Little James Fredrick Guyton", Sumter County Journal, March 29, 1934

  • "York newspaper ads, 1850's"

  • "York newspaper ads, 1888-1930"

  • "York Post Office", Sumter County Journal, March 13 and April 24, 1925

  • "York Public Library dates back to 1923"

  • "York Public Library hours and staff", 1935

  • "York to have free mail delivery soon", April 22, 1921

SF2, D3, Folder 26

  • Towns: York - Coleman Center

  • "Clay roads and Kudzu - devoted citizens work hard at Coleman Center", Tut Altman Riddick

  • "Family histories complete and partial at the Coleman Center"

  • "Letter from Robert Guyton to members of the board of directors", February 28, 1994

  • "Letter from Joann Hoit to Mr. Arrington with a picture of the Hoit House", July 2, 1994

  • "List of board members", 1985

  • "Microfilm - certified copies at Coleman Center"

  • "Roles of microfilm at Coleman Center"

SF2, D3, Folder 27

  • Towns: York - History

  • "Area that is now York was known by other names"

  • "Mr. Arrington's handwritten notes about York History"

  • "The call of the woods and hills", Sumter County Journal, May 14, 1926

  • "The City of York", Judge W.E. Dearman

  • "DeSoto fought near York; evidence of earthquake also found", Sumter County Journal, Bicentennial Special, June 30, 1976

  • "Early days of York, Alabama - 1837 to 1900"

  • "Early Days of York Station, Alabama"

  • "Early York", Sumter County Journal, May 14, 1926

  • "Gone…about York", Tut Altman Riddick

  • "History of York", Dr. Robert Carl Hill

  • "History of York, Alabama", Mrs. H.C. Bennett

  • "How the name of York evolved"

  • "Lecture on DeSoto", The Livingston Journal, April 17, 1891

  • "Original owners of land"

  • "The Town of York", Robert Eugene Hale, M.D

  • "The town of York as I remember it", multiple authors, includes pictures of train, barber shop, school, swimming pool, hospital

  • "The town of York has very interesting history", Sumter County Journal, November 16, 1939

  • "What York station has…500 dogs that bark all night, etc", Sumter Record, 1894

  • "York settled in 1833 by South Carolinians" and "First things in York", Mrs. H.C. Bennett, Home Record, October 13, 1976

  • "York Station, Alabama - incorporation"

  • "York Station, Alabama mayors"

  • "York Station businesses"

  • "York station churches - Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist"

  • "York Station's doctors"

  • "York station name changed to York"

  • "York station newspapers"

  • "York station postmasters and office locations"

  • "York Station schools"

  • "York Station's [proposed] street car line"

SF2, D3, Folder 28

  • Towns: York - History - 19th Century

  • "York Station, Alabama through the years of the 19th century", very short bits of news from local papers listed chronologically and a map of York

SF2, D3, Folder 29

  • Towns: York - History - 20th Century

  • "York, Alabama through the years of the 20th century, 1925-1950", very short bits of news from local papers listed chronologically and a map of York

SF2, D3, Folder 30

  • Towns: York - maps

  • "Floodway map of York", 1980

  • "Dr. R.C. Hill's hand drawn maps of what was where block by block"

  • "Map comparing York in 1881 to York in 1970"

  • "Map of E.D. Green's addition to York, AL, surveyed and mapped by R.C. Gowdey", 1913

  • "Map of Woodland edition", 1962

  • "Mills, Altman, and McConnell survey, an addition to the town of York, AL"

  • "Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia"

  • "North of York", 1888

  • "North York"

  • "Town of York Station", April 6, 1881

  • "Township map"

  • "York", 1888

  • "York", Sumter County Journal, February 22, 1968

SF2, D3, Folder 31

  • Towns: York notes

  • "Short newspaper articles all titled 'York Notes' about daily happenings in York", 1880's

SF2, D3, Folder 32

  • Towns: York pictures

  • "25 men in suits and ties"

  • "M.A. Arrington's house"

  • "Bank of York"

  • "Curl Hotel"

  • "Front Street"

  • "Front Street West"

  • "Oscar Hale's house"

  • "W.P. Hodges house"

  • "Hodo shoe shop"

  • "Hoit's Bridge"

  • "Little Home Café"

  • "T.B. Jarman's house"

  • "Thyrman Lockard's store"

  • "E. McAlpin's house"

  • "Dr. Joe McDaniel's office"

  • "McDaniel office"

  • "Moore Hotel"

  • "Mule Hide Service Station"

  • "New annex and other buildings recently completed at Hill Hospital"

  • "J.M. Partridge's house"

  • "Presbyterian Church"

  • "Shreeves' house"

  • "Sumter County High School"

  • "Sumter Theater"

  • "Sumter Theater and post office"

  • "Toomsuba Street"

  • "Robert Wallace's house"

  • "Charles Wise's house"

  • "York Float in the Aliceville Parade"

  • "The York Improvement Band"

  • "Young man in a car with a wire cage back, possibly the dog catcher"

SF2, D3, Folder 33

  • Towns: York - Town Council

  • "Minutes of the York City Council", 1930's and 1940's

  • "Notice to contractors about the sewer"

  • "Notice of certain alleys closed and split between the houses on either side"

  • "Picture of the new grammar school building", May 9, 1929

  • "Picture of the swimming pool", August 10, 1950

  

SF2, D2, Folder 46

  • Stamps: 1800's

  • Two cent stamp, 1870

  • Two cent stamp with a picture of a ship, 1899

  • Twenty five cent stamps with picture of a ship, 1899

  • One dollar stamp, 1881

  • Washington Head stamps, 1865

  • Washington Head stamps, 1866

  • Washington Head stamp, 1867

  • Washington Head stamp, 1868

  • Washington Head stamp, 1869

  • Washington Head stamp, 1870

  • Washington Head stamp, 1871

SF2, D2, Folder 47

  • Stamps: 1900's

  • 1900, unidentified ship

  • 1901, unidentified ship

  • 1915, no picture, just a design

  • 1922, no picture, just a design

  • 1940, unidentified man

SF2, D2, Folder 48

  • Stamps: Legal stamps

  • Fifty cent stamp, 1916

  • One cent stamps

  • Ten cent stamps

  • Two cent stamps

  • Twenty five 2 cent stamps on one piece of paper all cancelled and each with an unidentified ship, 1900

  • Twenty five more done the same, 1898

  • Unidentified ship, 1899

  • United States Fidelity and Guarantee Company imprint stamp, 1896

  • Washington Head stamp, 1865

  • Washington Head stamps, 1866

  • Washington Head stamps, 1867

  • Washington Head stamp, 1872

  • Washington Head stamps, 1868

  • Washington Head stamps, 1869

SF2, D2, Folder 49

  • Stamps: Miscellaneous

  • Samuel Adams

  • Lou Gehrig

  • Woman's head

  • Woman with a sword

SF2, D2, Folder 50

  • Stamps: Postage 1800's

  • Columbus sights land, 1895

  • Looks like Benjamin Franklin

  • Looks like FDR, but it's the 1800's

  • More Washington

  • Woodbury

SF2, D2, Folder 51

  • Stamps: Postage 1900's

  • Lincoln

  • Horace Mann

  • Mount Vernon

  • U.S. Homemakers

  • Washington

SF2, D2, Folder 52

  • Stamps: Revenue Stamps, fifty cents - 1

  • All bear the picture of an unidentified ship

  • Scott # R171

SF2, D2, Folder 53

  • Stamps: Revenue Stamps, fifty cents - 2

  • No pictures, just the denomination

  • Scott # R238

  • SF2, D2, Folder 53

  • Stamps: Revenue stamps, fifty cents 3

  • Conveyance

  • Entry of Goods

  • Life insurance

  • Surety Bond

  • Original process

  • Scott #'s 54, 55, 58, 60, 63

SF2, D2, Folder 54

  • Stamps: Revenue stamps, fifty cents - 4

  • Washington

SF2, D2, Folder 55

  • Stamps: Revenue stamps, one dollar - 1

  • Foreign exchange, Scott # R-68

  • Inland exchange, R-69

  • Conveyance, R-66

  • $ 1.00 lease $1.00 - R-70

  • Entry of goods

  • 1871 - Second issue, R 118

  • All pictures of Washington

SF2, D2, Folder 56

  • Stamps: Revenue stamps, one dollar - 2

  • Scott # R118, 144

  • Washington