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Guide to the Sallie Mizell Anderson Papers, RG 006


Listed by: Dieter C. Ullrich
Date: May 2003

Date Span:
1898-1907

Size:
7 items.

Number of Boxes:
1 1/2 Letter Doc Boxes

Biographical Sketch:
Sallie Mizell was the wife of James T. Anderson, who served as an assistant chemist with the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station at Auburn University.

Scope and Content:
Consists of photocopies (1905) of Revolutionary War pension records of Sallie Mizell Anderson's ancestors, John Atkins and William Mizell; Mrs. Anderson's membership application to the Daughters of the American Revolution; letters (1907) from Minnie F. Mickley, a genealogist; letter (1898) from Mrs. Anderson's brother, Hamilton Mizell; and an essay written by Mrs. Anderson on the life of Confederate Vice-President Alexander Stephens.

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