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The Hardaway Family resided principally in Alabama and Georgia.
Scope and Content Note
The Hardaway Family Papers consist of biographical and family history data, diaries, financial records, memoirs, correspondence, plantation records, and newspaper clippings of the Hardaway family, which resided principally in Alabama and Georgia. The plantation records relate to the plantation of Robert Archelaus Hardaway (1829-1899), located in Bullock’s County, Alabama. Since most of the family members were primarily in the engineering profession, there is much material concerning their work with various engineering projects in the Southeast, particularly Alabama, Georgia, Texas, and New Mexico.
The papers of the Hardaway Family, whose principal location of activity was Alabama and Georgia, were received from Mrs. H. M. Dalton and photocopied by the Archives staff beginning November 29 and extending through the early part of December.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Hardaway Family Papers - Accession 222". Finding Aid 292.
LC Subject Headings
Hardaway family; Hardaway, Robert Archelaus, 1829-1899; Plantations--Alabama--Bullock County--Records and correspondence; Engineers--Alabama; Engineers--Georgia; Alabama--Genealogy; Georgia--Genealogy