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3500 pieces, 1.75 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of the papers of Reverend James Spratt White, Sr. (1841-1891) who was a Presbyterian minister who served in Americus, Georgia, and Chester County, South Carolina. The collection consists of White’s Civil War amnesty oath, sermons, newspaper clippings, view books, and photographs from Le Bosphore (Bosporus), France, Greece, Jerusalem, London, Venice, Washington (D.C.), Constantinople, Damascus, the Holy Land, Paris, and North Carolina.
The James Spratt White, Sr. Papers were deposited with Archives on December 9, 1983 by Mr. and Mrs. John Presto.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "James Spratt White, Sr. Papers - Accession 547". Finding Aid 1112.
LC Subject Headings
White, James Spratt, 1841-1891; Protestant press--United States; Presbyterian Church--Georgia; Presbyterian Church; South Carolina; Presbyterian Church--Clergy; Presbyterian Church--Sermons; American newspapers--South Carolina; Religious newspapers and periodicals--United States; Europe--Description and travel; North Carolina--Description and travel; United States--Description and travel; Washington (D.C.)--Description and travel; Pleasant Grove Presbyterian Church (Chester County, S.C.)