Mrs. J. Palmer Lockwood Journal - Accession 34 - M10 (20)
Accession 34 - M10 (20)
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Leize Fishburne Brown Lockwood was born in on October 22, 1861. She married John Palmer Lockwood on November 15, 1883. Mrs. Lockwood died on April 12, 1934 and is buried at Yeamans Hall Plantation Cemetery, Goose Creek, Berkeley County, South Carolina.
Scope and Content Note
The Mrs. J. Palmer Lockwood Journal consists of a 76 page journal kept by Mrs. J. Palmer (Leize Brown) Lockwood concerning how the poem Carolina by Henry Timrod became the South Carolina state song. There is also a description of how Mrs. Lockwood worked to popularize the song, three copies of Timrod’s poem, and a copy of a poem titled “Carolina” by Mary Frances Wickliffe, Winthrop faculty member from 1895 to 1919.
The Mrs. J. Palmer Lockwood Journal was donated by Mrs. J Palmer Lockwood to the Winthrop Library (ca. 1920s). The journal was transferred from the Reference Department to the Louise Pettus Archives in the 1970s.
Poetry, Henry Timrod, State songs, Mary Frances Wickliffe, Diaries
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Mrs. J. Palmer Lockwood Journal - Accession 34 - M10 (20)". Finding Aid 119.