Oliver James Bond papers, 1818-1933.

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Bond, O. J. (Oliver James), 1865-1933. Oliver James Bond papers, 1818-1933.

Oliver James Bond papers, 1818-1933.

Letters, genealogical information, correspondence, photographs, and ephemera re Bond's interests, the Wayne family and related lines. Bond was a founder of the S.C. Chess Association and state champion in 1928; includes letters documenting this aspect of Bond's life, as well as photographs of a visit to the home of chess legend Paul Morphy in New Orleans. Bond was a distant cousin of the Revolutionary War officer, General "Mad" Anthony Wayne, and much of this collection is related to the Wayne family, including the 1818 obituary of Bond's great-grandfather William Wayne that was published in the Georgetown Gazette, along with a remembrance of the same individual (dated 18 Feb. 1864) recorded by another family member, Catherine Wayne Chrietzberg; also includes letter, 21 Sept. 1837, written by Francis Asbury Wayne (son of William Wayne). Includes genealogical information on the following related families: Ballentine, Fishburne, Fullarton, Simons, Sinkler, and Snipes. A detailed family history, prepared and illustrated by Bond for his granddaughter Mary Ellen in 1923, shows the relationships between all these lines. Other items include genealogical correspondence, six annotated photographs by Bond of his boyhood home in Marion, S.C., and a 13 Feb. 1912 letter from Bonds' son Oliver to his mother, on active duty at the Panama Canal.

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South Carolina Chess Association.

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Wayne, Anthony, 1745-1796

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Anthony Wayne was a soldier and was elected to the American Philosophical Society in 1780. From the description of Receipt book, 1785-1792. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122540852 Wayne was one of the great generals in the Revolutionary War. Here he was an Indian fighter. From the description of DS, 1795 November 16 : Greenville. (Copley Press, J S Copley Library). WorldCat record id: 14283513 U.S. representative from Geor...

Simmons family.

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Bond family.

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Sinclair family.

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Fishburne family.

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Morphy, Paul Charles, 1837-1884

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American chess player. From the description of Paul Charles Morphy letter to Cyrus Powers [manuscript], 1859 May 19. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 465059241 ...

Chrietzberg, Catherine Wayne.

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Ballentine family.

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Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina

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Wayne, Francis Asbury.

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Snipes family.

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Bond, O. J. (Oliver James), 1865-1933

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Colonel in the South Carolina Militia and resident of Charleston, S.C.; student, faculty member, and administrator at The Citadel: Class of 1886; immediately after graduation, begain teaching as Assistant Professor of Mathematics and later Professor of Mechanical Drawing and Astronomy; Superintendent (1908-1910) and President (1910-1931) [the title changed in 1910, although the dutires remained the same]; he returned to the mathematics department for the remaining two years of his life; native o...

Wayne family.

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Fullerton family.

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