Louisa Padgett Nettles Papers - Accession 1746 - M833 (890)
Accession 1746 - M833 (890)
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Scope and Content Note
The Louisa Padgett Nettles Papers consist of a recipe book, several recipes, commencement invitations, a teacher’s manual for arithmetic, a resolution containing a short biography for Mrs. Nettles’ sister, Eulala B. “Lala” Padgett (1890-1922) from Richland Baptist Church, and a certificate of completion from the State Home Demonstration Office at Winthrop College. Louisa Padgett Nettles was born December 1894, and died July 9, 1967 and attended a food and nutrition short course at Winthrop during the summer of 1942. She was the wife of Fred Cauthen Nettles (1892-1969) and they are interred in Memorial Park Cemetery in Orangeburg, SC. The collection includes an invitation for her niece, Isabella Janet Padget (1914-2001) graduation from Winthrop College in 1940, an invitation to her nephew’s, Ernest Wesley Padget (1926-1999), high school graduation from Saluda High School for her nephew, and an invitation to her nephew’s, John David Nettles (1925-2015), high school graduation from Cordova High School 1942.
The Louisa Padgett Nettles Papers were donated to the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections by Jo Marie Brown on February 17, 2020.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Louisa Padgett Nettles Papers - Accession 1746 - M833 (890)". Finding Aid 1252.