Samuel Spencer: In Memoriam - Accession 1050 - M473 (524)
Accession 1050 - M473 (524)
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Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of bound copy of In Memoriam Samuel Spencer: Exercises at the Unveiling of the Monument Erected by the Employees of the Southern Railway Company published in Atlanta, Georgia in 1910. The Memoriam includes a biography of Samuel Spencer (1847-1906) who was a railroad executive and a Confederate Cavalryman during the American Civil War. He became the first President of Southern Railway Company in 1894 and served as such until his death in a railroad accident in 1906. There is also information concerning the monument erected in his honor in Atlanta, Georgia in 1910 by employees of the Southern Railway Company.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Samuel Spencer: In Memoriam - Accession 1050 - M473 (524)". Finding Aid 688.
LC Subject Headings
Spencer, Samuel, 1847-1906; Spencer, Samuel, 1847-1906--Statues; Southern Railway (U.S.)--Presidents; Statues--Georgia--Atlanta--Presidents; Southern Railway (U.S.)--Presidents