Walter Caswell Sullivan Papers - Accession 201 - M88 (112)
Accession 201 - M88 (112-113)
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Walter Caswell Sullivan and was born on Aug. 13, 1896 and died on May 29, 1976, being buried in Laurelwood Cemetery in Rock Hill, SC. Mr. Sullivan was a Private in the US Army during World War I and was married to Josie Hall Sullivan (1896-1967).
Scope and Content Note
The Walter Caswell Sullivan Papers consist of correspondence; bills of sale; a biographical sketch of Edward Walter Hall (1859-1949), pioneer educator of Rock Hill; a journal (1912-1915) of the Eats Club in Rock Hill; and war ration books. Most of the correspondence concerns a John H. Allen of Chester and subjects include the health and financial affairs, the shooting of a doctor, Hall family genealogy, and business transactions. The Eats Club's members were Julia Cork, Eva Fewell, Josie Hall, Anne Claire Hutchison, and Susan Steele.
The Walter Caswell Sullivan Papers were deposited with the Archives on July 26,1978 by Mrs. Rea Cauthen.
Social Clubs, Hall Family, Chester SC, Rock Hill SC
For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.
Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Walter Caswell Sullivan Papers - Accession 201 - M88 (112)". Finding Aid 187.