Homes

Homes: Aduston Hall

Item 1: Five photograph prints of a Sanborn Map company street map of Gainesville, 1909

Item 2: Photograph of the Rogers family on the front steps of Aduston Hall

Item 3: Photograph dated 1965 of Banhana Nell Goggins Sparkman and Stephanie Sparkman in the first Gainesville, Ala., Civil War reenactment

Item 4: Photograph dated 1965 of John A. Rogers in the first Gainesville, Ala., Civil War reenactment

Item 5: Photograph dated 1965 of Lovelle Bunnell driving the horse-drawn cart with John and Ann Rogers and their children, Woodward and Sunney, in the first Gainesville, Ala., Civil War reenactment

Item 6: Photograph dated 1965 of Mayor and Mrs. Barnes Rogers in the first Gainesville, Ala., Civil War reenactment

Item 7: Photograph dated 1965 of Forrest paroling his troops in the first Gainesville, Ala., Civil War reenactment

Item 8: Photograph dated 1965 of Forrest paroling his troops in the first Gainesville, Ala., Civil War reenactment

Item 9: Photograph (undated) of John Aduston Rogers, Jr., and Charles McPherson Aduston Rogers II

Item 10: Photograph (undated) of the University of Alabama Board of Trustees in Montgomery, Ala., including Senator John A. Rogers

Item 11: Photograph (undated) of Aduston Hall

Item 12: Photograph of Bryan Lee Allen, John Aduston Rogers III (grandson of Lula Bradshaw Rogers), and Frank Allen at Aduston Hall

Item 13: Newspaper article (undated) regarding the wedding of Carolyn Jackson of Greensboro, Ala., to Barnes Rogers of Gainesville, Ala.

Item 14: Two photocopies of a Ladies' Home Journal article entitled "Frank W. Benson: By E.V. Lucas"

Item 15: Photocopy dated March 2, 1933, of Mobile Press Register section entitled "Society News and Club Activities"

Item 16: Empty envelope upon which this name is written: Clarence Long Rogers, Jr., of Gainesville, Ala.

Item 17: Empty envelope upon which these names are written: Jane Rogers – Mrs. Tramb L. Allen of Newbenn, Ala.

Item 18: Envelope upon which these names are written: Lula Bradshaw Rogers, Bessie Bradshaw Little, and Hattie Bradshaw Verner; photograph of the three girls enclosed

Item 19: Envelope upon which this name is written: John Aduston Rogers, Jr.

Item 20: Envelope dated May 1965 and upon which this name is written: Mayor Barnes Aduston Rogers

Item 21: Envelope upon which these names are written: John Rogers, Sr., John Rogers, Jr., and John Rogers III; photograph of John Rogers, Sr., and an unknown John enclosed

Item 22: Manila envelope upon which this information is written: Elizabeth Rogers Sledge, age 9

Item 23: Handwritten notes dated 1938 and including this name: Mrs. John Rogers, Sr. (Lula Bradshaw)

Item 24: Envelope upon which these names are written: Mrs. Frank L. Allen, sister of CMA Rogers of Mobile, Ala., John Aduston Rogers, Jr., of Gainesville, Ala., and Elizabeth Rogers Sledge of Marion, Ala.

Item 25: Envelope upon which these names are written: CMA Rogers, Sr., Jane Rogers Guthrie (daughter of Max Rogers and Elizabeth Benson), and Charles McPherson Aduston Rogers

Item 26: Photocopy of newspaper article (undated) entitled "Tate Highway Commissioners in Session Here at Tutwiler"

Item 27: Envelope upon which these names are written: Elizabeth Rogers, Barnes Aduston Rogers, and Jane Rogers; three photographs are enclosed

Item 28: Envelope upon which these names are written: John Aduston Rogers, Jr., and Ovid Murray

Item 29: Envelope upon which are handwritten notes about Aduston Hall

Item 30: Three photocopies (undated) of a photograph of John Aduston Rogers, Jr., at the age of three and a half months and one photocopy of the back of the original photograph

Item 31: Three photocopies (undated) of a photograph of an unknown woman

Item 32: Enlarged photocopy (undated) of picture frame with photograph of unknown man and unknown girl

Item 33: Photocopy (undated) of the front of three unknown houses

Item 34: Photocopy (undated) of a photograph (front and back) of Reavis's Office in Gainesville, Ala.

Item 35: Three photocopies of the front and one photocopy of the back of a photograph dated August 1900 of "Sarah" (with a group of people)

Item 36: Photocopy (undated) of picture frame with photograph of unknown man and unknown girl

Item 37: Three photocopies of a photograph of John Aduston Rogers, age 31, with photocopy of back of photograph

Item 38: Three photocopies (undated) of photograph of unknown girl

Item 39: Two photocopies (undated) each of front and back of photograph of Lula Bradshaw Rogers, Bessie Bradshaw Rogers, and Hattie Bradshaw Rogers

Item 40: Three photocopies of photograph front and one photocopy of photograph back of Lula Bradshaw Rogers

Item 41: Photocopy (undated) of four photographs of unknown baby

Item 42: Three photocopies (undated) of photograph of John Aduston Rogers with an unknown man and a photocopy (undated) of back of photograph

Item 43: Two photocopies dated June 1965 of Civil War reenactment with handwritten notes dated May 15, 1965, of Mrs. B. A. Rogers (Cassie) and Marcus E. McConnell

Item 44: Two photocopies (undated) of a photograph of an unknown woman

Item 45: Photocopy (undated) of a photograph of an unknown man

Item 46: Two photocopies of a photograph (undated) of John and Max Rogers and one photocopy (undated) of back of photograph

Item 47: Two photocopies (undated) of photograph of Janie Rogers and one photocopy (undated) of back of photograph

Item 48: Envelope upon which this information is written: Charles McPherson Aduston Rogers and Max on the steps of Aduston Hall; photograph enclosed

Item 49: Newspaper article dated September 11, 1977, from The Birmingham News entitled "Miss Suddie has antebellum life"

Item 50: Envelope of the Sumter County Historical Society dated 1996; negatives of the Rogers family and Aduston Hall enclosed (eighteen sleeves)

Item 51:  Hinged dual photograph frame (undated) with unknown man and unknown girl

 

SF9.D5 Folder 2

Homer: Architectural Design

Item 1: Booklet dated 1975 entitled "A Guide to Rural Houses of Alabama"

Item 2: Photocopy (undated) of Queen Anne style house from a book

Item 3: Photocopy (undated) of styles of architecture in Georgia from 1733 to the early 20th century (nine pages)

Item 4: Photocopy of "A Glossary of Old-House Parts" (eight pages)

Item 5: Photocopy of systems and patterns for building specific parts of a house (eight pages)

Item 6: Booklet dated 1977 entitled "Greek Revival Architecture in Alabama" by Clay Lancaster

Item 7: Booklet (undated) entitled "150 Years of Architecture in Alabama"

Item 8: Photocopy (undated) for four different styles of houses

 

SF9.D5 Folder 3

Homes: Battle-Friedman

Item 1: Photocopy of Alabama Heritage article, Summer 1987, No. 5, "Stepping into the Past"

 

SF9.D5 Folder 4

Homes: Moon House

Item 1: Photocopy of fact sheet concerning the Spence-Moon House

Item 2: Inventory dated April 20, 1988, for Moon Hall [seemingly an error on the document; Moon House is assumed correct]

Item 3: Projected income and expenses for Moon House

Item 4: Photocopy of hand-drawn proposed patio plan for Inge-Moon House

Item 5: Inge-Moon House Bookings, dated 1987

Item 6: Document with typed and handwritten notes regarding the Moon House policies committee

Item 7: Document dated February 22, 1988, entitled "Inge-Moon House Policy Committee," with handwritten notes on its approval March 31, 1988

Item 8: Agenda dated May 18, 1989, for the Spence-Moon House Policy Committee, with handwritten notes

Item 9: Agenda dated May 18, 1989, for the Spence-Moon House Policy Committee

Item 10: Handwritten note (undated) regarding Mr. Stuart's calling Barbara Norris, with three instant photographs of a bedstead

Item 11: Handwritten note and envelope dated February 20, 198_, from Ludie to Penny regarding a piano that may be purchased for $500.00

Item 12: Letter dated February 25, 1987, from William B. Stuart to Cecil A. Barnett regarding an enclosed check for $5000.00 for the first installment on the purchase of the "Moon House," with handwritten notes

Item 13: Letter dated February 19, 1987, from William B. Stuart to Nat Watkins, treasurer of the Sumter County Historical and Preservation Society, regarding the approval of the purchase of the Moon House for a total of $50,000.00 over four years

Item 14: Letter dated January 30, 1987, from the Sumter County Historical and Preservation Society to Martha Moon Fluker, Susie Floyd Moon Barnett, and Cecil Barnett regarding the terms and times of payments by the S.C.H.P.S.

Item 15: Letter dated February 19, 1987, from William B. Stuart to F. Lawrence Oaks, executive director of the Alabama Historical Commission, regarding monies being allocated from revenue sharing funds for use by the S.C.H.S.

Item 16: Document (undated) entitled "Inge-Moon House" regarding the history of Moon House

Item 17: Photocopy of floor plan of Moon House (four pages)

Item 18: Handwritten thank-you note (undated) from Martha to Billy

Item 19: Document dated September 21, 1987, entitled "Moon House (General) Status Report"

Item 20: Two photocopies of document dated January 26, 1987, entitled "Committee Report – Acquisition and Use of Moon House"

Item 21: Document (undated) with names, addresses, and dues paid by members of the Sumter County Historical Society

Item 22: Letter dated November 2, 1987, from Asa N. Green to Billy Stuart regarding an Alumni Party held at Moon House; attached is a copy of a letter dated November 5, 1987, from William B. Stuart to Dr. Asa N. Green regarding his thanks for the letter of appreciation on November 2

Item 23: Document (undated) entitled "Rentals for the Moon House"

Item 24: Letter dated January 25, 1988, regarding a copy machine that may be purchased by the Ruby Pickens Tartt Public Library

Item 25: Bill of Sale dated October 30, 1987, regarding the purchase of furniture by the Sumter County Historical and Preservation Society; envelope attached

Item 26: Letter dated October 30, 1987, from William B. Stuart to Mary H. Dewing regarding the purchase of furniture by the Sumter County Historical and Preservation Society, with the Bill of Sale and individual prices for each item purchased attached

Item 27:Letter dated November 2, 1987, from William B. Stuart to Mrs. John C. Stephens, Jr., regarding an enclosed check and Bill of Sale for the purchase of furniture by the Sumter County Historical and Preservation Society

Item 28: Receipts (two) dated November 17, 1988, for purchases made at the Marlin Art, Inc., auction; two photocopies of lists of auction items are attached

Item 29: Floor plan for the renovation of the Moon House for the Sumter County Historical Society

 

SF9.D5 Folder 5

Homes: Miscellaneous

Item 1: Newspaper article from Sunday Living dated Sunday, August 28, 1977, Section D, headlined "Fairs are fun; when country fair comes to Arlington, it's special," and "New Faces for Old Places"