Lloyd Jones family collected materials, 1844-2005.

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Snoke, Georgia. Lloyd Jones family collected materials, 1844-2005.

Lloyd Jones family collected materials, 1844-2005.

Genealogical research papers of Georgia Snoke concerning her paternal grandmother's family with the surname Hayden and her Lloyd Jones family history. The research on her Hayden family ancestors includes copies of death registrations, obituaries, newspaper clippings, wills, and medical, war service, and census records. A large portion of the collection also consists of photocopied newspaper articles, photographs and letters related to Frank Lloyd Wright, as well as research on the Rev. Jenkin Lloyd Jones, a Civil War veteran and Unitarian minister, including correspondence with Frank Lloyd Wright regarding construction and planning of All Soul's Church in Chicago. Also included is a photograph album depicting Georgia and Richard Lloyd Jones and their children as well as images of Madison and Janesville, Wisconsin.

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