Properties

  

SF9.D1

Folder 56: Properties - Aduston Hall

Item 1: Letter dated May 10, 1993, from James P. Pate to Mrs. Mavis B. Headley in appreciation for her contribution to the SCHPS towards the purchase of Aduston Hall in Gainesville

Item 2: Letter dated May 10, 1993, from James P. Pate to William E. Wilson in appreciation for his contribution to the SCHPS towards the purchase of Aduston Hall in Gainesville

Item 3: Letter dated November 17, 1993, from John R. Powell, Jr., Federal Grants Section of the Alabama Historical Commission, to James P. Pate, Chair-Projects Committee of the SCHPS, acknowledging receipt of the grant application for: Aduston Hall Phase I

Item 4: Memorandum dated May 11, 1993, from Jim Pate to File regarding the purchase of Aduston Hall and a loan to obtain the historic site

Item 5: Letter dated September 27, 1993, from James P. Pate to Project Manager Robert W. Monfore regarding signing an agreement for using photographs and information on Aduston Hall; signed agreement, letter to Mr. J. K. Arrington requesting permission and copy of agreement attached

Item 6: Letter dated April 6, 1993, from Robert S. Gamble, Senior Architectural Historian, AHC, to Dr. James P. Pate endorsing the proposal by the SCHPS to acquire Aduston Hall in Gainesville

Item 7: Letter dated July 14, 1993, from James P. Pate to Marsha Folsom in appreciation for her visit to Gainesville and Aduston Hall

Item 8: Booklet with letter from Jane Ree Ross, ASLA Associate for Reece, Hoopes, and Fincher land planners and landscape architects, to James Pate regarding the development of Aduston Hall as a living museum; booklet contains pictures and drawings of previous and pending landscape jobs by the company

Item 9: Deposit slips dated May 17, 1993, for Waste Management, Inc., containing a list of names from the service match program

 

 

SF9.D1

Folder 57: Properties - Calloway School

Item 1: Handwritten note dated September 8, 1987, from Jim Pate to Billy Stuart regarding the attached financial statement dated August 28, 1987, of the Callaway Schoolhouse Account and the Fort Tombecbe Account, both of which detail balances, deposits, and withdrawals

Item 2: Handwritten bid contract dated June 27, 1989, from Joseph Speight, Jr., to the SCHPS for the Calloway School job with original typed copy, photocopy and handwritten list of pending tasks attached

Item 3: Handwritten note dated July 3, 1989, from Jim Pate to Mr. Lavender requesting pay for work done on the Callaway School by Joseph Speight, Jr. with copies of contract agreement attached

Item 4: Handwritten document of various jobs performed and monies paid for work done on the Calloway School

Item 5: Memorandum (undated) from William B. Stuart to Dr. James Pate regarding the use of the Moon House by the Alabama Power Company for their past assistance to the Historical Society

Item 6: Handwritten minutes dated April 14, 1986, of the Calloway School Committee; attached are typed minutes, Calloway School House Museum tentative development plans and summary of the Calloway Schoolhouse Account dated as of April 14, 1986 and April 19, 1986

Item 7: Document dated October 10-13, 1988, of time worked and amount paid for work done by various individuals on the Calloway School

Item 8: Letter dated August 8, 1986, from James P. Pate to SCHPS Treasurer Nat Watkins, Jr., requesting that money appropriated by the SCHPS for restoring Calloway School be transferred to a Livingston account

Item 9: Letter dated August 26, 1986, from Nathan G. Watkins, Jr. to James P. Pate regarding a check from the SCHS

Item 10: Alabama Inventory form for the Calloway School dated August 25, 1978, with a brief structural history attached

Item 11: Letter dated November 19, 1984, from Asa N. Green to Dr. Jim Pate and Mr. Holycross regarding a conversation between Mr. Green and Dr. Margaret Lyon over the status of windows for Calloway School

Item 12: Summary of the Calloway Schoolhouse account as of March 28, 1980, with handwritten additions to account

Item 13: Summary of the Calloway Schoolhouse account as of January 31, 1984, with copies attached

Item 14: Handwritten document (undated) of necessary arrangements for the restoration and creation of a historic monument for Calloway School, detailing possible patrons and sponsors, publicity ideas, materials needed and work to be performed on the school's physical structure

Item 15: Letter dated April 19, 1985, from James P. Pate to Marcus McConnell, Jr. regarding the summary of the Calloway Schoolhouse account with attached copies dated April 19, 1985

Item 16: Letter dated July 26, 1984, from Asa N. Green to Mrs. Charles Munoz, Secretary SCHPS, in appreciation for her financial contribution to the Calloway School project

Item 17: Letter dated May 8, 1979, from James P. Pate to Mrs. Ralph M. Lyon in appreciation for her contribution toward the restoration of the Calloway Schoolhouse

Item 18: Letter dated May 8, 1979, from James P. Pate to Pauline M. Morris in appreciation for her contribution toward the restoration of the Calloway Schoolhouse

Item 19: Photocopy of news article entitled, "More work to start on the old Calloway school on LU campus"

Item 20: Letter dated October 10, 1985, from Howard Holt, Board of Trustees-Livingston University, to Peggy Denniston Loftis of Cuba, Ala., in heated response to her letter dated July 12, 1985; Loftis letter attached

Item 21: Memorandum dated September 22, 1987, from Jim Pate to Livingston University Vice President T. Raiford Noland requesting a check be issued from the Calloway School fund to the SCHPS

Item 22: Memorandum (undated) from Jim Pate to Lawson Edmonds regarding purchase and delivery of materials for the Calloway School

Item 23: Memorandum dated January 11, 1978, from Jim Pate to President Green requesting funds to complete renovation on the Calloway School Building

Item 24: Handwritten form of renovation tasks pending on the Calloway School

Item 25: Handwritten list of materials needed for the Calloway School renovation

Item 26: List dated September 26, 1977, of tasks pending on the Old School House Project

Item 27: Letter dated November 17, 1977, from Asa N. Green to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boyd in appreciation for their contribution for the renovation of the Old Calloway School

Item 28: Letter dated June 4, 1977, from William B. Stuart to Dr. James P. Pate regarding a check sent by the Livingston Book Club for the restoration of the Old Calloway School

Item 29: Letter dated September 14, 1976, from Asa N. Green to Thyrman Lockard, Chairman-Sumter County Commission, regarding placement of the Old Calloway School

Item 30: Memorandum dated January 12, 1977, from Asa Green to Raiford Noland regarding the trustee approval of an expenditure for the cost of relocating the one-room Calloway School

Item 31: Phone log dated April 19, 1985, of conversations between unknown person, Peggy Loftis and Eric Loftis

Item 32: Summary of the Calloway Schoolhouse account dated January 31, 1984

Item 33: Letter dated June 30, 1989, from Theodore Pharris Plastering to William Stuart regarding painting the Old Schoolhouse

Item 34: Letter dated May 20, 1980, from James P. Pate to William B. Stuart regarding a summary of the Calloway School account, revenue and expenditures

Item 35: Memorandum dated May 12, 1980, from Jim Pate to Betty L. Pate regarding a summary of the Calloway School account, with attached copy

Item 36: Letter dated August 29, 1978, from Billy Stuart to Dr. Asa N. Green regarding possible ideas to raise funds for the restoration of the Calloway School; draft letter and note dated September 5, 1978, from Marsha L. Pugh to William Stuart attached

 

SF9.D1

Folder 58: Properties - Miscellaneous

Item 1: Document entitled, "Spence-Calloway Properties Insurance Coverage," detailing the types and amounts of coverage for the Spence-Calloway Property

Item 2: Memorandum dated November 8, 1990, from Richard Holland to Mr. Mark Pettus regarding the submission of a contract bid for the Calloway School and Spence-Moon House projects with handwritten bid from Mr. Pettus attached

Item 3: Memorandum dated May 14, 1992, from Richard D. Holland to Truel D. Hicks, CPA, regarding properties owned by the SCHPS

Item 4: Handwritten note dated February 11, 1991, from Richard Holland to Dr. Jim Pate regarding property manager responsibilities for the Spence-Calloway Properties with attached copy of responsibilities

Item 5: Bid contract for the restoration of the Spence and Calloway Houses dated June 17, 1989, by David Gosselin

Item 6: Document listing of the Spence-Calloway Bookings for 1993-1994

Item 7: Letter dated August 27, 1992, from James P. Pate to Terry Bunn requesting loads of scrap for the SCHPS parking area and driveway with sketch of the Society's Moon-Calloway Properties attached

 

 

SF9.D1

Folder 59: Properties - Moon House

Item 1: Document entitled, "Inventory at Moon Hall" dated April 20, 1998, with handwritten news announcement to be placed on handbills, sent to newspapers, given over the phone, and sent in  to Society members

Item 2: Handwritten proposal for pending tasks for the Moon House restoration; typed copy, bid proposal and sketch from Mark Pettus, Bar-Nun Builders of Boligee, Alabama attached

Item 3: Letter dated November 20, 1989, from William B. Stuart to Mrs. John V. Perry, Jr. in appreciation for her contribution and donation of a watercolor of the St. James Episcopal Church of Livingston, Alabama

Item 4: Handwritten note dated February 2, 1990, from Richard Holland to Mr. Lavender regarding distributing checks for projects at the Moon House

Item 5: Handwritten contractual agreement dated December 1990 between Joseph Speight, Jr. and Jim P. Pate

Item 6: Request form for using Moon House facilities; attached is the revised version, which is worded as the request for the use of the Inge-Moon House facilities with rental policies dated April 1988 also included

Item 7: Letter dated November 16, 1989, from William B. Stuart to Martha McDade, Richard Holland, and other members of the Moon House Committee regarding setting out shrubbery at the Moon House property

Item 8: Memorandum dated November 6, 1984, from Jim Pate to Asa N. Green regarding a letter from Senator Howell Heflin, the Department of Interior, and a brochure of the historic sites registered nationally with letters and brochure attached

Item 9: Document (undated) entitled "Moon House Acquisition" projecting the income and expenses of the SCHPS for a five-year period with a list of considerations for using Moon House attached

Item 10: Document entitled "Inge-Moon House Bookings" for 1987 listing the functions and number in attendance

Item 11: Document of the Inge-Moon House Policy Committee dated February 22, 1988, regarding Committee membership, resident manager's responsibilities, house management, resident manager's apartment, rental fees, restrictions for use, booking policies, five-month analysis, immediate requests from Board of Directors, renovation budget, antique sale, Moon House subcommittees, and other considerations

Item 12: Handwritten bids dated August 23, 1992, from Joseph Speight, Jr. to Dr. Richard Holland for Moon House job with job description and price listed

Item 13: Minutes for the meeting dated June 4, 1990, with attached copy

Item 14: Handwritten note (unknown date and author) acknowledging proposed lodging of Edward F. Williams, III for May 18 and 19 at the Moon House

Item 15: Letter dated March 30, 1990, from Billy Stuart to Jim P. Pate regarding a request by Miss Lillis to have windows measured in the Moon House upstairs bedroom for the purchase of new curtains

Item 16: Document of the Interior Committee Budget Request dated June 26, 1990

Item 17: Memorandum dated October 24, 1990, from Richard Holland to Mark Pettus regarding the continued restoration of the Spence-Moon House

Item 18: Letter dated April 30, 1990, from Billy Stuart to Jim Pate expressing concern over the inefficient job of [Moon House resident manager] in handling the rental and usage of the Moon House; request form for Chemical Waste Management attached

Item 19: Handwritten note dated August 7, 1990, from Richard Holland to Dr. Pate regarding distribution of pay for completed work on the Moon House by Mark Pettus on August 13, 1990, with contract dated August 6, 1990, from Mark Pettus attached

 

SF9.D1

Folder 60: Properties - Scruggs Property

Item 1: Contract agreement dated October 30, 1992, between Gregory O. McNider and Michelle H. McNider and the SCHPS for the purchase of the Scruggs Property; copy attached

Item 2: Deed dated November 1, 1992, of the Scruggs Property to Mr. and Mrs. McNider from the SCHPS with attached land surveys and descriptions

Item 3: Letter dated September 19, 1992, from the International House Residents to the SCHPS Housing Board regarding non-compliance with agreed-upon arrangements to fix housing problems; list of problems and memorandum from Jim Pate to Housing Board members attached