Guide to the Liddie Hardaway Lane Scrapbook, RG 164
Processed and Listed by: Dieter C. Ullrich
Date: December 2003
0.25 cubic feet; 2 items.
Number of Boxes:
1 oversized box and 1 file folder.
Type of material:
Scrapbook and certificate.
Weak binding and a few loose page contents in scrapbook and some aging to certificate.
Arranged by author.
Historical or Biographical Sketch:
Eliza (Liddie) Hardaway Lane was born on December 25, 1871 in Richmond, Virginia to James Henry and Lottie Meade Lane. She died on the evening of November 1, 1913 of heart complications at her sister's (Lottie Everard Lane Sloan) residence in Birmingham, Alabama and is interred at Pine Hill Cemetery in Auburn, Alabama.
Scope and Content:
Contains one scrapbook of newspaper clippings of poetry and literary works (ca. 1850-1890) and one "Daughters of the American Revolution Certificate". The scrapbook was originally a teacher's grade book from 1870 to 1871, possibly from Auburn University when it was an agricultural school.
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