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252 pieces, .25 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
The Sadler Family Papers consist of photocopies of deeds, land grants and wills (1809, 1840-1841, and nd), correspondence and newspaper clippings (1929-1941) with the bulk of the collection consisting of correspondence between members of the Sadler Family of Rock Hill, South Carolina and their friends. Subjects include agriculture, the lives of women during and after the Civil War, the physical and mental condition of the Confederate troops during the War, freedman labor, living standards during Reconstruction, and life in early Rock Hill.
The papers of the Sadler Family were received as a deposit by the Archives from Mrs. Betty Sadler on January 25, 1977.
Agriculture, Farming, Women, American Civil War, Reconstruction, Rock Hill SC, Sadler Family
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "David Hope Sadler Family Papers - Accession 76". Finding Aid 233.