A collection of sources on Southern history, literature and culture from the colonial period through the first decades of the twentieth century. Consists of thematic collections of books, diaries, posters, artifacts, letters, oral history...
The Holy Bible containing The Old And New Testaments: Translated Out of The Original Tongues Stereotyped by E. and J. White for The American Bible Society, 1826. A soldier in the 30th Wildcat Division is noted in these records.
Company G, Infantry, of World War I, mentioned; On p. 15 of the Bible Record is a form listing the number of hogs slaughtered between April 24 1863 and March 1864 (to calculate taxes owed to the Confederate States of America);
Several partially faded photographs of Asheville, NC, early 20th century. Among the depicted subjects are Riverside Park, Oxen and Wagon, Battery Park Hotel, Broadway and Pack Square, and Asheville City Hall c.1920's.