Georgia -- Savannah
Subject Source: Fast
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This a a collection of diaries of William Couch Davis, Jr., and his wife, Mary Anderson Davis, including accounts of William's jobs in France (1917-19), Cuba, Savannah, and Norfolk. They include many details about the Davis family of West Point, Virginia. One of Mary's diaries covers their first married year (1924-25) in Cuba and others cover their trips (1935-1959) out west in Canada and to Central America and Europe.
Dates: Inclusive 1917-1959; Majority of material found within Bulk 1917-1933
Scope and Contents This collection consists of papers from the state of Georgia. it includes 84 miscellaneous items, such as legal documents concerning sales of slaves (1806-1855); Georgia naturalization paper (1809); law brief of a suit against the Habersham Iron Works and Manufacturing Co. (1843); requisitions and receipts for Civil War provisions (1864-1865); oath of allegiance (Sept. 1, 1865); broadside (July 31, 1863) There are four items from French settlers in Augusta, Savannah, and St. Mary's, Georgia:...
Dates: Inclusive 1806-1872
File — Box 2: 
Scope and Contents Mary started writing her first diary in 1925 on her honeymoon in Cuba after she got married to William.
Dates: 1925 - 1929
File — Box 1: 
Scope and Contents The 1927 diary was written in Florida and Savannah. The 1928 was written in Savannah.
Dates: 1927 - 1928