George Hammond Sullivan Collection - Accession 654 - M296 (347)
Accession 654 - M296 (347)
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3 bound Volumes
Scope and Content Note
The George Hammond Sullivan Collection consists of three bound volumes of his poetry including Some Expressions in Verse and Prose (1936) and Miscellaneous Expressions (1944) both published privately and an unpublished compilation of poetry composed from 1933-1944 by George Hammond Sullivan (1859-1956) titled “Miscellaneous Verses.” George Hammond Sullivan was the son of Mary Mildred Sullivan (1836-1933) and Algernon Sydney Sullivan (1826-1887). Mary and Algernon were well-known for their philanthropy and in 1934, George created a foundation in his parents name to honor their legacies at in over fifty higher education institutions, including Winthrop University, Mary Mildred Sullivan Awards and Algernon Sydney Sullivan awards are handed out to graduating senior who partake in unselfish service an demonstrate an altruistic character.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "George Hammond Sullivan Collection - Accession 654 - M296 (347)". Finding Aid 516.