Lamartine Griffin Hardman business papers, 1880-1950.


Hardman, Lamartine Griffin, 1856-1937. Lamartine Griffin Hardman business papers, 1880-1950.

Lamartine Griffin Hardman business papers, 1880-1950.

The collection consists of business papers of Lamartine G. Hardman from 1880-1950. Includes files for his business office in Commerce, Georgia (1888-1926) containing business and personal correspondence from U.S. Senators A.O. Bacon and Hoke Smith, U.S. Representative Thomas M. Bell, Georgia Governor A.D. Chandler, Colorado Governor Henry A. Buchtel, George Peabody, and Richard B. Russell Sr. The materials discuss prohibition, temperance, the 1904 Jackson county primary election returns, Hardman's campaign expenses for 1914, Georgia State College of Agriculture finances, dam and water mill specifications, land surveys, and tuberculosis treatments. Additional records include bills and receipts pertaining to hardware and medical supplies; records relating to Commerce High School; registration information for cattle and hogs; land titles; contracts; telegrams; ledgers (1908, 1905-1956) for the Harmony Grove Plantation, the Lake Alcyone Farm, the Hardman Estate, and the Hardman Plantation; minutes for the Sarepta Baptist Association; general files (1887-1937) relating to Hardman's business expenses for farming, tenant rents, and medical treatments; financial records (1916-1942) consisting of checks, tax returns, and asset reports; and business files relating to J.M. Griffin (1909, 1913-1915) Hardman's father-in-law.

53.5 linear ft.

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