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Guide to the Thomas Joseph (T. J.) Peddy Collection, RG 867

Listed by: Michael Morris and Paul Martin.

Date: 1993-1999


Date Span: 1772-1994

Biographical Sketch: Thomas Joseph Peddy was born in Loachpoka, Lee County, Alabama. He received a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University) in 1931, and a Bachelor's in Aeronautical Engineering from there in 1932. He worked for Eastern Air Lines from 1947, retired to Columbus, Georgia in 1975, then collected research materials on historical subjects until his death in 1990.

Scope / Content: Extensive collection of research materials on Creek Indians, the Greater Chattahoochie River Valley, western Georgia, and eastern Alabama. Includes copies and transcriptions of materials housed in the National Archives, as well as collections of newspaper columns from noted local historians. Also contains genealogical and personal family materials, including a large number of photographs.
 

Organized into 10 series:                                 Arranged into 4 accessions:
  1. Creek Indian Research
  2. Research on Columbus, Georgia
  3. Research on steamboats
  4. Columns by W. C. Woodall
  5. Columns by Peter Brannon
  6. Research on Alabama and Georgia
  7. Columns by Alexander Nunn and H. S. Coulter
  8. Peddy Family Genealogy
  9. Photographs
  10. Oversized Items
90-080 [3 cubic feet]

90-108 [1 cubic foot]

96-039 [8 cubic feet]

98-005 [0.5 cubic feet]



 
SERIES 1: CREEK INDIAN RESEARCH MATERIALS: Most materials are transcripts from: The American State Papers (ASP), The New American State Papers (NASP), National Archives (NA) Microfilm and Territorial Papers.

Accession 90-080, Box 1

  1. Creek Letters – Table of Contents
  2. Introduction
  3. Creek Letters, 1800-1816, Part 1
  4. Creek Letters, 1800-1816, Part II
  5. Creek Letters, 1817-1818, Part I
  6. Creek Letters, 1817-1818, Part II
  7. Creek Letters, 1819
  8. Creek Letters, 1820
  9. Creek Letters, 1821
  10. Creek Letters, 1822
  11. Creek Letters, 1823
  12. Creek Letters, 1824, Part I
  13. Creek Letters, 1824, Part II
  14. Creek Letters, January-May 1825, Part I
  15. Creek Letters, January-May 1825, Part II
  16. Creek Letters, January-May 1825, Part III
  17. Creek Letters, June 1825, Part I
  18. Creek Letters, June 1825, Part II
  19. Creek Letters, July 1825, Part I
  20. Creek Letters, July 1825, Part II
  21. Creek Letters, August and September 1825, Part I
  22. Creek Letters, August and September 1825, Part II
  23. Creek Letters, October-December 1825, Part I
  24. Creek Letters, October-December 1825, Part II
  25. Creek Letters, June-December 1826
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Accession 90-080, Box 2
  1. Creek Letters, 1827, Part I
  2. Creek Letters, 1827, Part II
  3. Creek Letters, 1827, Part III
  4. Creek Letters, 1828, Part I
  5. Creek Letters, 1828, Part II
  6. Creek Letters, 1829, Part I
  7. Creek Letters, 1829, Part II
  8. Creek Letters, 1831
  9. Creek Letters, 1832, Part I
  10. Creek Letters, January-June 1832, Part I
  11. Creek Letters, July-December 1832, Part II
  12. Creek Letters, July-December 1832, Part I
  13. Creek Letters, July-December 1832, Part II
  14. Creek Letters, January-June 1833, Part I
  15. Creek Letters, July-December 1833, Part II
  16. Creek Letters, July-December 1833, Part III
  17. Creek Letters, January-June 1834, Part I
  18. Creek Letters, January-June 1834, Part II
  19. Creek Letters, July-December 1834
  20. Creek Letters, January-June 1835, Part I
  21. Creek Letters, January-June 1835, Part II
  22. Creek Letters, July-December 1835, Part III
  23. Creek Letters, July-December 1835, Part IV
  24. Creek Letters, January-February 1836, Part I
  25. Creek Letters, January-February 1836, Part II
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Accession 90-080, Box 3
  1. Creek Letters, 1836, part I, March and April
  2. Creek Letters, 1836, Part II, March and April
  3. Creek Letters, 1836, May and June
  4. Creek Letters, 1836, Part I, July-December
  5. Creek Letters, 1836, Part II, July-December
  6. Creek Letters, 1837, January-June, Part I
  7. Creek Letters, January-June 1837, Part II
  8. Creek Letters, July-December 1837
  9. Creek Letters, Creek Letters, 1838-1841
  10. Creek Letters, 1842, Part I
  11. Creek Letters, 1842, Part II
  12. Creek Letters, 1843-1849
  13. More Creek Letters, 1793-1846
  14. Creek War, 1835
  15. Creek War, January-June 1836, Part I (Info re: Creek uprising in Lee Co.)
  16. Creek War, January-June 1836, Part II (Info re: Creek uprising in Lee Co.)
  17. Creek War, July-December 1836 (Info re: Creek uprising in Lee Co.)
  18. Creek War, 1837
  19. Creek Letters, "Investigation of General D.B. Mitchell," Part I
  20. Creek Letters, "Investigation of General D.B. Mitchell," Part II
  21. Military Returns, Fort Mitchell, August 1825-April 1840
  22. Creek War, 1835
  23. Creek War, 1836, January-June
  24. Creek War, 1836, July-December
  25. Creek War, 1837
  26. Perilous Journeys: A History of Steamboating on the Chattahoochee, Appalachicola, and Flint Rivers, 1828-1928, by Edward Mueller
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Accession 90-108, Box 1
  1. Creek Treaties – 1778-1883
  2. Creek Treaties – 1778-1883, contd.
  3. Creek Census, 1832 – National Archives Microfilm
  4. Creek Traders, 1822 – National Archives Microfilm
  5. "Removal of the Creek Indians," from The Story of Georgia, by Walter G. Cooper, 1814—
  6. Miscellaneous Indian File, National Archives Microfilm (Various Dates)
  7. Acts, Ordinances, and Proclamations," by Wilcum Washburn, 1763-1834
  8. "David Taitt’s Journal 1772," from Travels in the American Colonies, by Newton D. Mereness, published 1961
  9. Laws of the Creek Nation, by Antonio J. Waring, 1818-1828
  10. The Georgia Controversy," by W.E. McIntosh, 1818-1828
  11. Maps, 1700-1877
  12. Towns and Villages of the Creek Confederacy, by Albert S. Gatschet. Published, 1901
  13. "The Path to Oakfuskie," by John H. Goff, 1735-1814
  14. "The First Georgians," Atlanta Journal Article, by Will Winn (8,000 BC – 1835)
  15. "A Matter of Survival," paper by Jacqueline Hines, 1735-1963
  16. Indian Place-Names in Alabama, by William Read, Published 1937
  17. Cape-Crowell Controversy and Asbury Mission, 1821-1830
  18. "Alabama and the Federal Government: The Creek Indian Controversy," by Theodore Jack, 1830-1834
  19. Narrative of the Military Actions of Colonel Marinus Willett," by William M. Willett, 1831
  20. American State Papers, 1825-1837 (The American State Papers detail the United States relationships with foreign powers, like Indian tribes.)
  21. History of the Discovery of America, by Henry Trumbull, 1620-1679
  22. Creek Nativism and the Creek War of 1813-1814, (Stiggins Narrative) by Thomas A. Nunez, Jr., 1813-1814
  23. Articles on Benjamin Hawkins (by Merrit B. Pound) and William McIntosh (by James C. Bonner) found in Georgians in Profile, ed. Horace Montgomery.
  24. Creek Letters, Investigation of General D.B. Mitchell, National Archives, Microfilm, 1817-1821
  25. Letters of John Floyd, 1818-1839
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SERIES 2: COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, RESEARCH MATERIALS: Peddy gathered research materials on the history of the Greater Chattahoochie River Valley, particularly Columbus, Georgia.

Accession 96-039 Box 1

  1. 1815 Ledger Information and Other Data
  2. "…Military Actions of Col. Marinus Willett…," 1831
  3. Marriages and Deaths, Columbus Enquirer, 1835-36
  4. Census of Muscogee County, GA, 1850
  5. "Olden Days in Columbus, 1842-1856"
  6. "Olden Days in Columbus, 1842-1856"
  7. "Olden Days in Columbus, 1842-1856"
  8. Columbus City Council Meeting, June 30, 1847
  9. "Columbus and the Civil War"
  10. Letter by Columbus Women to the Army of Tennessee, 1864
  11. Springer Opera House, 1871
  12. Springer Opera House, 1871
  13. Articles, "Red Jacket" Howitzer, February 21, 1884 & July 12, 1896
  14. Reminiscences of Columbus, John E. Lamar, 1891
  15. Reminiscences of Columbus, John E. Lamar, 1891
  16. Articles, Columbus Guards, March 12 & April 2, 1892
  17. "The Christian Commonwealth" (Muscogee), 1896-1900
  18. "The Christian Commonwealth" (Muscogee), 1896-1900
  19. Battles of West Point and Columbus, November 10, 1901
  20. Registry Columbus voters, 1901
  21. Columbus, Historical Facts, January 30, 1921
  22. Columbus Newspapers, 1921—
  23. "Looking Backward Through the Files," 1925
  24. "Looking Backward Through the Files," 1925
  25. "Looking Backward Through the Files," 1926
  26. "Looking Backward Through the Files," 1927
  27. "Looking Backward Through the Files," 1928
  28. "A History of Columbus, Georgia: 1828-1928" (Index only)
  29. Columbus Headlines Ledger (1916-1970); Enquirer (1950-70)
  30. "The First Georgians," Bill Winn, April 1968
  31. Columbus Riverfront Development-1989
  32. "Columbus, Georgia, 1828-1978" (150th Anniversary)
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Accession 96-039, Box 2
  1. Photostats, Enquirer-Sun, November 22, 1854
  2. Photostats, Enquirer-Sun, 1890-1899
  3. Photostats, T.J. Jackson Articles, Enquirer-Sun, 1895-98
  4. Photostats, "Looking Backward" columns, Enquirer-Sun, 1925
  5. Miscellaneous Documents, Columbus City Council, 1897-98
  6. "The Unwritten History of Columbus…by Mr. Blackmar," 1920-22
  7. Map of Columbus, GA, 1881
  8. Various Maps of Columbus and Vicinity
  9. List of Columbus Telephone Subscribers, October 1880
  10. Miscellaneous items on Columbus, GA
  11. Journal of the Georgia Senate, 1827
  12. Caroline Lee Hentz, 1800-56
  13. Dummy Line Train, March 31, 1889
  14. "Columbus: Her Advantages and Resources," March 1, 1896
  15. Indian Life and Warfare, November 12, 1890
  16. "Oldest in America" (Racetrack), March 18, 1893
  17. Football, Georgia vs. Alabama, November 10, 1895
  18. Florence, GA, 1898
  19. W.C. Bradley Co. Warehouse, 1899
  20. "The End of Lover’s Leap," January 22, 1899
  21. Record Snowfall, February 14, 1899
  22. "Growth of Columbus in Twenty Years," June 4, 1899
  23. "Big Fire in Phenix City," July 25, 1899
  24. "Swordmaker of the Confederacy," November 26, 1899
  25. "Lumpkin, 1827-1901," July 23, 1901
  26. Oswichee, January 31, 1891 and September 29, 1901
  27. "Columbus, 24 Years ago…," June 15, 1902
  28. "Ladies Defender" (cannon), October 11, 1902
  29. Climax Bottling Company, 1914-27
  30. "Embryo City…93 Years Ago," March 28, 1921
  31. Research Information, Columbus, GA, 1860s-1920s
  32. Golden Park, December 8, 1920
  33. W.C. Bradley Retirement, February 13, 1921
  34. Bradley Family Genealogy
  35. Streets of Columbus (1828), January 8, 1922
  36. Columbus Iron Works, 1863-1979
  37. Reprints of Lamar’s "Reminiscences of Columbus," 1982
  38. Horace King, "The Bridge Builder," January 9, 1983
  39. Gunboat, CSS Chattahoochee, 1986
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SERIES 3: STEAMBOAT RESEARCH MATERIALS: Another research area of Peddy's intimately tied to his other interests in the Chattahoochie Valley.
Accession 96-039, Box 2

  1. Steamboats Built at Columbus
  2. Steamboats – Miscellaneous Information
  3. Steamboats, 1832-1860
  4. Steamboats, 1861-1865
  5. Steamboats, 1861-1870
  6. Steamboats, 1871-1877
  7. Steamboats, 1878
  8. Steamboats, 1879
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Accession 96-039, Box 3
  1. Steamboats, 1880
  2. Steamboats, 1881
  3. Steamboats, 1883
  4. Steamboats, 1884
  5. Steamboats, 1886
  6. Steamboats, 1887
  7. Steamboats, 1888
  8. Steamboats, 1889
  9. Steamboats, 1890
  10. Steamboats, 1891
  11. Steamboats, 1892
  12. Steamboats, 1893
  13. Steamboats, 1894
  14. Steamboats, 1895
  15. Steamboats, 1896
  16. Steamboats, 1897
  17. Steamboats, 1898
  18. Steamboats, 1899
  19. Steamboats, 1900
  20. Steamboats, 1901
  21. Steamboats, 1902
  22. Excursions Down the Chattahoochee
  23. Steamboat Stories
  24. Steamboat Franklin
  25. Steamboat Rebecca Everingham
  26. Steamboat W.C. Bradley
  27. Steamboat Disasters, Ante-Bellum
  28. Steam Barges, 1898
  29. "Perilous Journeys: A History of Steamboating on the Chattahoochee, Appalachicola, and Flint Rivers, 1828-1928"
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SERIES 4: H.C. WOODALL COLUMNS, "OUR TOWN"
Accession 96-039, Box 4

  1. Listing of Columns by H.C. Woodall, 1963-1971
  2. Photocopies of Various Columns, 1963-1971
  3. Typed and other Copies, Various Dates
  4. "Our Town," Woodall, 1963
  5. "Our Town," bound, 1964
  6. "Our Town," bound, 1965
  7. "Our Town," bound, 1966
  8. "Our Town," bound, 1967
  9. "Our Town," bound, 1968
  10. "Our Town," bound, 1969
  11. "Our Town," bound, 1970
  12. "Our Town," bound, 1971
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SERIES 5: NEWSPAPER COLUMNS BY PETER A. BRANNON: Brannon served as Archivist for the State of Alabama, ca 1950-1965. He wrote a column, "Through the Years," for the Montgomery Advertiser. There is a small amount of miscellaneous but related material in this series.

Accession 96-039, Box 4

  1. Drafts and Copies, various Brannon Columns
  2. Listing of Brannon’s Columns, various dates
  3. Listing of Brannon Columns, "Through the Years"
  4. Listing of Columns, "Through the Years," 1931-1950
  5. Columns, "Through the Years," 1-50
  6. "Through the Years,"51-100
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Accession 96-039, Box 5
  1. "Through the Years," 101-150
  2. "Through the Years,"151-200
  3. "Through the Years," 201-250
  4. "Through the Years,"251-300
  5. "Through the Years," 301-350
  6. "Through the Years," 351-400
  7. "Through the Years," 401-450
  8. "Through the Years," 451-500
  9. "Through the Years," 501-550
  10. "Through the Years," 551-600
  11. "Through the Years," 601-650
  12. "Through the Years," 651-700
  13. "Through the Years," 701-750
  14. "Through the Years," 751-800
  15. "Through the Years," 801-850
  16. "Through the Years," 851-880
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Accession 96-039, Box 6
  1. 29 Selected Columns of "Through the Years"
  2. Selected Columns by Brannon and Woodall
  3. "Vilula and Something of the Brannons from There"
  4. Correspondence and Articles, Rev. James M. Glenn
  5. Mobile and Girard Railroad, Research Materials, 1938
  6. Seale Family Genealogy
  7. Research Materials, Russell County, 1921-22
  8. Listing: P.A. Brannon’s Writings in "Arrow Points," 1920-37
  9. Resolution, Auburn University Board of Trustees on Peter A. Brannon, 1967
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SERIES 6: RESEARCH FILES, ALABAMA AND GEORGIA: Miscellaneous research materials.

Accession 96-039, Box 6

  1. Bibliography: Cherokee-Creek Indians, undated
  2. Guide to Existing Newspaper Files, T.J. Peddy
  3. Alabama Postal History (1811-1859), J.H. Scruggs
  4. Col. Pickett’s History of Alabama, Letter, 1859
  5. Early Settlers of Alabama, (partial), 1899
  6. Copy, History of Loachapoka, 1929
  7. Loachapoka Baptist Church
  8. History of Auburn, Alabama by Mary E. Reese
  9. Bridge Bonds for Russell County, 1852-1863
  10. Alabama Infantry Regiments, Confederate States Army
  11. Men of the 45th Alabama Infantry Regiment, CSA, 1967
  12. Sketches on Alabama Towns, 1901
  13. "Tap Roots" Information
  14. "Chattahoochee Territory, 1800-1900: A Documentary"
  15. Woolfolk, Camp and Milton Controversy, 1832-33
  16. "Formation of the Union," 1970
  17. 10th Annual Picnic at Fort Mitchell, May 6, 1883
  18. Fort Mitchell, Archaeological Exploration, 1971
  19. Research Materials, Fort Mitchell
  20. Research Materials, Seale and Fort Mitchell
  21. Names on Indian Locations Map, Macon and Russell Counties, 1831-32
  22. Extracts, American State Papers, Military Affairs VI
  23. Extract, US 23d Cong., 1st Sess., Senate Doc. 512 (Creek Treaty Expenses)
  24. Extract, US 19th Cong., 2d Sess., H. of Rep. Report No. 98
  25. Research Information, New American State Papers
  26. "Creek Indians," by Bill Winn
  27. Extract, "Memories of Fifty Years," 1870
  28. Naval Operations on the Appalachicola and Chattahoochee Rivers, 1861-1865
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Accession 96-039, Box 7
  1. Research Materials – Indian Affairs
  2. Research Materials, Varied topics
  3. Research Materials, Varied topics
  4. Research Materials, Varied topics
  5. Copy Extracts, J.W.A. Sanford Papers, ca. 1820-1880s
  6. Photostats: Columns "Looking Backward"
  7. Articles, Various Subjects, 1903-1984
  8. "The Chattahoochee’s Song," 1899
  9. "Commonwealth Christian Colony," 1896-1900
  10. Inventor of Coca-Cola (Dr. J.S. Pemberton), October 21, 1906
  11. "Georgia Forts"
  12. Title Lists, Columns by W.C. Coulter and Tom Sellers
  13. Columns by Bill Winn, 1989-90
  14. "Heritage of White Hall" (West Point, GA), 1970
  15. Spanish Fort-Chronology
  16. Spanish Fort-Appalachicola
  17. "Restoration of Metal Objects"
  18. "Reminiscences of Columbus"
  19. Study: "Resources of the W.F. George Reservoir Area…," 1959
  20. "Down the River…the Code Duello," Part I
  21. "Down the River…the Code Duello," Part II
  22. Appendix: The American Code (of Honor)
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SERIES 7: COLUMNS BY ALEXANDER NUNN AND HAROLD COULTER

Accession 96-039, Box 7

  1. Listing of Alexander Nunn’s Columns, 1969-1978
  2. Alexander Nunn’s Columns, 1969
  3. Nunn’s Columns, 1970
  4. Nunn’s Columns, 1971
  5. Nunn’s Columns, 1972
  6. Nunn’s Columns, 1973
  7. Nunn and Coulter’s Columns, 1974
  8. Nunn and Coulter’s Columns, 1975
  9. Nunn’s Columns, 1976
  10. Nunn’s Columns, 1977
  11. Nunn’s Columns, 1978
  12. Random Columns by Nunn, 1969-1977
  13. Listing of Harold Coulter’s Columns, 1968-1977
  14. Coulter’s Columns, 1968
  15. Coulter’s Columns, 1971
  16. Coulter’s Columns, 1975
  17. Obituary, Harold Coulter, July 2, 1977
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SERIES 8: PEDDY FAMILY MATERIALS AND GENEALOGY: Concerns Peddy family and its extensions--Webb, Rowell, Bell, and Bedell families. Note: Series is split between two accessions: 96-039 and 98-005.

Accession 96-039, Box 7

  1. History of the Peddy Family
  2. Peddy Family, Genealogical Items
  3. Obituary Notices, Peddy Family
  4. Clippings, Peddy Family and Relatives
  5. Georgia Records Pertaining to the Peddy Family
  6. Peddy Genealogical Correspondence
  7. High School Records of T.J. Peddy
  8. School Essays by T.J. Peddy
  9. College Records of T.J. Peddy at Alabama Polytechnic Institute
  10. Marriage License, Thomas Joseph Peddy and Patricia Lambert, February 2, 1938
  11. Marriage Certificate, Thomas Joseph Peddy and Patricia Lambert, 1938
  12. Career Scrapbook, T.J. Peddy, Eastern Airlines
  13. Guest Book, Award Reception for T.J. Peddy, 1983
  14. Address Books, Peddy Family
  15. Baby Book, Thomas Larry Peddy, 1940
  16. Peddy Family Letters
  17. Peddy Family Letters, Unidentified
  18. Letter, Roy Havis to Hannah Webb Peddy, October 9, 1957
  19. Miscellaneous Items, Peddy Family
  20. Letters, George Raymond Peddy to his mother, 1921
  21. Jury Duty Notification, Jones County, Georgia, 1822
  22. Letter, J.T. Baggett to Col. L.T. Wimberly, July 3, 1862
  23. Oath of Allegiance, 1865
  24. Letter, Tyler, Texas, February 4, 1875
  25. Letter, Newnan, GA, December 24, 1890
  26. Letter, Covin, AL, February 10, 1893
  27. Commission, Rev. Dr. C.S. Reeves, 1867
  28. Letter, Dawson, GA, January 15, 1894
  29. Letter, Island, TX, November 4, 1899
  30. Deed, John W. & Mary A. King, March 1, 1853
  31. Taxable Property Listing, March 1, 1857
  32. Deed, John G. Robinson, March 26, 1868
  33. Deed, S.A. Foster, March 8, 1869
  34. Deed, J.F. & Sarah T. Baggett, July 12, 1869
  35. Deed, John L. & Alice Tamplin, November 10, 1869
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Accession 96-039, Box 8
  1. Deed, L.A. Foster, September 28, 1870
  2. Deed. L.J. Willis, October 11, 1870
  3. Deed, J.D. & M.E. Cranford, January 4, 1876
  4. Deed, N.J. & D.T. Peddy, November 1, 1883
  5. Deed, N.J. Peddy, November 20, 1883
  6. Deed, N.J. & D.T. Peddy, February 21, 1884
  7. Deed, N.J. & D.T. Peddy, November 1, 1884
  8. Deed, Nancy J. Peddy, 1886
  9. Power of Attorney, C.H. Strong, March 4, 1892
  10. Warranty Deed, Hannah Pitts, Peddy, April 27, 1921
  11. Deed, Nancy J. Peddy, 1928
  12. Warranty Deed, Cora Calhoun Peddy, January 14, 1931
  13. Deed, Hannah Pitts Peddy, August 3, 1933
  14. Quit Claim Deed, George R. Peddy, December 10, 1936
  15. Loachapoka Lodge Membership Numbers, 1873
  16. Masonic Lodge Resolution on Issac Reeves, 1875
  17. Daily Journal Entries, Nancy Peddy, 1910-11
  18. Stock Certificate, D.T. Peddy, 1910
  19. Autograph Book, Emile T. Peddy
  20. Civil & Criminal Docket Book, Emile T. Peddy, 1915-1931
  21. Copy, Will & Testament, Emile T. Peddy, 1952
  22. Bridal Book, Hannah Pitts Webb Peddy, 1909
  23. Birthday Scrapbook, Hannah Webb Peddy, August 28, 1960
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Accession 96-039, Box 9
  1. Historical Information, Loachapoka Methodist Church
  2. Handwritten Stories, Unknown Authors
  3. Letter, Mrs. Grady Webb to Hannah Webb eddy, 1942
  4. Letters, Mrs. Chloe Blasingame to E.T. Peddy, 1936-1940
  5. Letters, Mrs. A.L. Loyd to E. T. Peddy, 1936-1940
  6. Letters, John Bryan, World War I
  7. Webb Family History
  8. Webb Family Deaths in Alabama, Listing, 1955
  9. Church Resolutions, Deaths of Webb Family Members
  10. Webb Family of Virginia
  11. List, Financial Losses by William Ellis, Loachapoka, ca. 1872
  12. List of Ancestors, Mrs. J.M. Havis
  13. Genealogical Research Materials, Walker Family
  14. Genealogical Research Materials, Hines/Walker Families
  15. Genealogical Research Materials, Walker Family
  16. Genealogical Research Materials, Walker Family/Creek Indians
  17. Genealogy, Lamar and Related Families
  18. Glomerata, API, 1898, E.T. Peddy Copy
  19. "Life Story of Eddie Rickenbacker," 1942, by Damon Runyon
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Accession 98-005, Box 1
  1. "History of the Peddy Family" with supporting data
  2. "History of the Peddy Family", typescript copy
  3. Peddy Family Genealogy, data and notes
  4. Peddy Genealogy, North Carolina, census data
  5. Peddy Genealogy, South Carolina, census data
  6. Peddy Genealogy, Texas, census data
  7. Peddy Genealogy, Alabama, data and notes
  8. Peddy Genealogy, Georgia, data and notes
  9. Peddy Genealogy, Thomas Beverly Peddy, clippings and letter
  10. Micajah Webb Family of Virginia & Isaac Rowell Family of Virginia
  11. Webb-Bell Genealogy, data
  12. Webb Family Genealogy, data and correspondence
  13. Bedell Family Genealogy, data and correspondence
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SERIES 9: PHOTOGRAPHS: Wide variety of family snapshots, research photographs of interesting sites, plus one autographed photo of Gene Autrey, all collected by T.J Peddy. Note: This series is split between two accessions: 96-039 and 98-005.

Accession 96-039, Box 10

    1. Thomas Joseph Peddy, 1911
    2. T.J. Peddy, Childhood and Youth
    3. T.J. (Joe) Peddy and Jr. High Class, 1934
    4. Joe Peddy, 1927-30
    5. Joe Peddy, 1935
    6. Joe Peddy, 1936
    7. Joe Peddy, 1936
    8. Joe Peddy, Airport at Spartansburg, SC
    9. Joe Peddy, 1939
    10. Joe Peddy, 1950s
    11. Joe and Patricia Peddy, Relatives and Friends
    12. Patricia Peddy and son Thomas L. (Larry) Peddy, 1940-41
    13. Larry Peddy with Family
    14. Larry Peddy, 1942
    15. Larry Peddy, Childhood
    16. Larry Peddy, 1943
    17. Larry Peddy, 1943
    18. Larry Peddy, 1944
    19. Larry Peddy, ca. 1945
    20. Larry Peddy, ca. 1946
    21. Larry Peddy, ca. 1948
    22. Larry Peddy, 2nd Grade, 1948
    23. Larry Peddy, 1948
    24. Larry Peddy, 1949
    25. Larry Peddy, 1949
    26. Larry Peddy, 1950
    27. Larry Peddy, 5th Grade, 1951
    28. Larry Peddy, 6th Grade, 1952
    29. Larry Peddy, 7th Grade, 1953
    30. Larry Peddy
    31. Larry Peddy with Group, 1959
    32. Larry Peddy and others
    33. Larry Peddy with a Bat
    34. Joe, Patricia and Larry Peddy, 1940s
    35. Joe Peddy Family and Parents, 1940s
    36. Joe Peddy’s Niece, Patsy
    37. Patricia Lambert Peddy and others
    38. Groups at Eastern Air Lines
    39. Joe & Patricia Peddy with Banquet Group
    40. Peddy Farm Scenes, Loachapoka, 1920s-30s
    41. Emile & Raymond Peddy as young boys
    42. Emile T. Peddy, ca. 1905
    43. E.T. Peddy as young man
    44. E.T. Peddy with others
    45. E.T. Peddy, 1947
    46. Hannah & Amma Webb, 1884
    47. Hannah Webb and Friends
    48. Hannah Webb Peddy, ca. 1950s
    49. Hannah Webb Peddy, 1956
    50. Nancy J. Peddy
    51. Lizzie Peddy
    52. Henry Peddy
    53. Thomas B. Peddy
    54. George Raymond Peddy
    55. Peddy Family Group, ca. 1920
    56. D.T., J.W., and L.A. Peddy with Lizzie Peddy Parker, 1923
    57. Amma Webb Carlisle, with Hannah, Grady, and Wendell Webb
    58. Grady, Wendell, and Ruth Webb, 1896
    59. Amma, Leta, and Hannah Webb as Children
    60. Wendell Webb, 1892
    61. Martha Elizabeth Webb
    62. Mr. & Mrs. J.H. Webb and Amma
    63. Hulin Webb & relatives, Texas
    64. Gravesites, Ruth & Leta Webb, Loachapoka
    65. Webb Children, 1953-54
    66. Nigel Bruce Webb Home, 1955
    67. Bryan Family
    68. William Hugh Bryan, World War I
    69. William Ted Bryan and John Newton Bryan, 1940
    70. William Hugh Bryan, 1919
    71. Susan Baarcke Bryan
    72. John W. Bryan
    73. John N. Bryan in Uniform
    74. Relatives, Unidentified
    75. Soldiers, ca. 1917
    76. Lambert Family, Bolivar, TN
    77. Maryck Lambert
    78. Willie Moses Lambert and Family Group
    79. Johnnie Lambert Pittman
    80. Henry Pittman, 1943
    81. Johnnie (Mrs. Henry Pittman)
    82. Henry Pittman
    83. Thomas Wimberly
    84. Felton Wimberly
    85. Mrs. Annie Mahone Crawley
    86. Mary Wimberly Samford
    87. Norine Carlisle Davis and son George
    88. Carlisle Family
    89. Homer Bruce Carlisle
    90. Jinks Family
    91. Mrs. Alice Tamplin
    92. Wedding Couple
    93. Edwin and Stembridge Warren
    94. Cay King, 1957
    95. Carl Hanson
    96. Otis Fletcher Hammock
    97. Margaret Anne Marsett, baby
    98. G. W. "Jake" Havis, Atlanta
    99. Wilson Hanson and Wife
    100. John L. Howard, wife and daughters, 1958
    101. Lucy Bernhard and others
    102. Preston Family Children, 1950s
    103. Cooper Family
    104. Whiton Children
    105. Dr. J. M. Glenn, 1947
    106. Miscellaneous Individuals
    107. Fort Mitchell Depot
    108. Civil War Soldier
    109. Ancestor, Unidentified
    110. Couple, Unidentified
    111. Woman, Unidentified
    112. Man, Unidentified
    113. Woman, Unidentified
    114. Man, Unidentified
    115. Man, Unidentified (Note: 108-115 on glass or metal plates)
    116. Wayne
    117. T. J. Peddy, 1919 & 1955
    118. Joe Peddy with others
    119. Joe and Patricia Peddy & son Larry
    120. Larry Peddy, childhood
    121. Larry Peddy, ca. 1941
    122. Larry Peddy, 1941
    123. Larry Peddy at Wrecked DC-3 Airplane
    124. Vulcan, Birmingham, 1943
    125. Eastern Airlines DC-3, 1941
    126. Birmingham Airfield and Eastern Ticket Counter, 1941-42
    127. Goodyear Blimp "Reliance" at Birmingham
    128. Nosedown Delta Airlines Mail Plane, 1941
    129. Patricia Lambert Peddy and others
    130. Larry Peddy and others, 1940s-1950s
    131. Larry Peddy and others, 1940s-1950s
    132. Joe Peddy and others
    133. Joe Peddy and others
    134. Patricia Peddy and others
    135. Patricia Peddy, 1941
    136. E. T. & Hannah Peddy Home, Loachapoka
    137. Hannah Peddy and others
    138. Johnnie Pittman & son Oscar; Patricia Peddy & son Larry, 1940s
    139. Peddy Home, Loachapoka, 1924
    140. E. T. & Hannah Peddy
    141. Scene at Loachapoka, 1914
    142. Dave Peddy with others
    143. Mrs. E. B. Wideman with brothers and sisters, 1952
    144. Anna Webb
    145. Webb Children, Oct. 1959
    146. Wendell Webb
    147. Lt. Grady Webb, Jr., 1942
    148. Mary Winnie Webb
    149. Winnie Webb
    150. William Webb
    151. Lucy Norine Carlisle, ca. 1920s
    152. William Hugh Bryan, 1952
    153. William T. Bryan, 1946
    154. Mrs. R. J. Jackson
    155. Mrs. Katie Jackson
    156. Mrs. A. Jackson
    157. Willie Wimberly
    158. L. T. Wimberly, Jr.
    159. Mrs. L. T. Wimberly
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Accession 96-039, Box 11
    1. Thomas Joseph Peddy, ca. 1930
    2. Graduating Class, A. P. I., Auburn, 1931
    3. Joe Peddy, ca. 1941
    4. Larry Peddy, colorized, ca. 1943
    5. Patricia Lambert Peddy, ca. 1941
    6. Patricia Lambert's Gramdmother
    7. Maryck Lambert
    8. Mr. & Mrs. J. O. Lambert
    9. Mr. & Mrs. J. O. Lambert (Patricia's parents)
    10. Grandmother's Birthday, 1948 (Lambert's)
    11. Thomas H. & Annie Frances (Brown) Wilson
    12. Emile T. Peddy as Young Man
    13. E. T. Peddy as Young Man
    14. E. T. Peddy and Friend
    15. E. T. Peddy, Co. I, 1st Regiment, Alabama National Guard
    16. Emile, Hannah, and Joe Peddy, 1947
    17. E. T. Peddy Farm
    18. E. T. Peddy, ca. 1950s
    19. Dinner Group with Emile and Hannah Peddy
    20. Emile and Hannah Peddy, with John and Ruth Bryan
    21. Emile and Hannah Peddy
    22. Emile, Hannah & Joe Peddy and others
    23. Hannah Webb, 1903
    24. Hannah Webb Peddy, 1956
    25. Raymond Peddy
    26. Clarice Peddy
    27. Nancy Jane Reeves (later Mrs. D. T. Peddy), ca. 1860
    28. Mrs. S. F. Bryan, Mrs. J. M. Harris, and Mrs. D. T. Peddy
    29. Peddy Family Group in Georgia
    30. Issac Reeves (father of Nancy Reeves Peddy)
    31. Mrs. C. E. Webb and others
    32. Grady Webb, Jr. as infant
    33. Bessie Webb
    34. Webb Family (unidentified man)
    35. Wilton Wendell Webb
    36. Lynn Jinks, Jr. of Union Springs
    37. Margaret Cooper
    38. Mr. & Mrs. Brooks Carlisle and Hannah Webb, ca. 1905
    39. Brooks Webb Carlisle, 1910
    40. Mr. & Mrs. Brooks Carlisle, Lucy Norine and Brooks
    41. Lucy Norine Carlisle as a child
    42. Lucy Norine Carlisle Davis as a bride, November 1926
    43. Mrs. Jesse Cryer and son Clifford
    44. John Bryan with Baseball Team
    45. John W. & Ruth Bryan and Korean Friend, 1945
    46. Hugh Bryan and Group
    47. Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bryan, Jr., 1953
    48. Jack Bryan and friends, 1945
    49. Blanche and William Hugh Bryan, 1946
    50. Dr. John Massey, Alabama Christian Female College, 1902
    51. Hannah Singleton Pitts and Sister
    52. Indian Agency remains, Fort Mitchell, 1915
    53. Dr. Massey and Graduates, Alabama Christian Female College, 1903
    54. Postcards, Leather, used
    55. Postcards, Photographic, unused
    56. Postcards, Early Aviation Photos, unused
    57. Postcards, Photographic, used
    58. Postcards, Color, Various Designs, used
    59. Postcards, Colorized, Scenic Views, used
    60. Postcards, Cartoon/Caricatures, used
    61. Postcards, Miscellaneous, used and unused
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Accession 98-005, Box 1
    1. Patricia Peddy Gravesite, Loachapoka
    2. Walled Cemetery
    3. Larry Peddy in bed
    4. Larry Peddy and mother Patricia
    5. Larry Peddy on pony
    6. Larry Peddy – 1943
    7. Larry, ca. 1952
    8. Larry, ca. 1944 at an airfield
    9. Larry, on a cannon, ca. 1947
    10. Joe Peddy, with a fish, 1965
    11. Joe Peddy
    12. Joe and son Larry, ca. 1950
    13. View from an airplane
    14. Friends of Joe & Pat Peddy, Birmingham, 1942
    15. Friends of Joe & Pat, Birmingham, 1944
    16. Compiled volumes of Joe Peddy
    17. Henry & Johnnie Pittman and baby
    18. Lambert Family members
    19. Lambert Family members
    20. Lambert Family members
    21. Peddy home, Loachapoka
    22. Students, St. Elmo School, 1948-49
    23. Mrs. Ernest Earl Holmes, 1948
    24. Wedding Photos
    25. Rebecca (Becky) & Walter Stewart, 1956
    26. Group with trophies
    27. Young Women
    28. High School Graduate in Gown
    29. Mother with son (Billy)
    30. Young Couple
    31. Man in sailor uniform
    32. Women, unknown
    33. Family views, unidentified
    34. Views, vicinity of Columbus
    35. Views, vicinity of Columbus
    36. Views, Columbus Airport area
    37. Luther Hays Presbyterian Church sign
    38. Log Cabin and Well Shed
    39. Outdoor scenes
    40. Outdoor crowd scene
    41. Iron Bridge, 1944
    42. Building, Birmingham, 1944
    43. Interior, Covered Bridge
    44. Dog
    45. Autograph, Gene Autry
    46. Larry Peddy, baby photos
    47. Larry on pony
    48. Patsy, niece of Joe Peddy
    49. Mary Pittman, niece of Joe, childhood photos
    50. Mary Pittman, with others, 1957
    51. Mary Pittman, with Santa
    52. Mary Pittman, childhood thru 8th Grade
    53. Mary Pittman and grandmother Lambert
    54. Tommy, friend of Larry Peddy
    55. Woman, unidentified
    56. Devine Family
    57. Paul Lester Family
    58. Rebecca Stewart, ca. 1952-53
    59. Rebecca, with mother and grandmother
    60. Groups
    61. Women, unidentified
    62. Two Boys, unidentified
    63. Children, unidentified
    64. Outstanding Junior Achievement
    65. Couple, unknown
    66. Woman, Sept. 1959
    67. Baby
    68. Man and Army Tanks, 1956
    69. Backyard scenes
    70. Young Girl
    71. Cat on a wooden frame table
    72. Joe Peddy and two men
    73. Elks Club group picture, 1967
    74. Larry Peddy, baby photo
    75. Mary Pittman, childhood
    76. Mary Pittman, childhood
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SERIES 10: OVERSIZE ITEMS

Accession 96-039, Box 12

  1. Photograph, Mrs. Elizabeth "Lizzie" Havis of Atlanta
  2. Photograph, Peddy Family Group of Dawson, GA
  3. Photograph, J.W. Peddy and Grandchildren
  4. Cradle Roll Certificate, Larry Peddy, 1940
  5. Watercolor Painting of an Eastern Airlines Plane
  6. Letter, Eddie Rickenbacker to T.J. Peddy, October 4, 1962, mounted
  7. Photograph, Brooks Carlisle and daughters Brooks Webb and Lucy Norine
  8. Land Warrant to James C. Watson & Co., August 28, 1841
  9. Diploma, T.J. Peddy, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1932
  10. Genealogical Chart, Hays-Peddy Families
  11. Marriage Certificate, E.T. Peddy and Hannah P. Webb, 1909
  12. Special Bicentennial Printing on Georgia, 1976
  13. Ledger-Enquirer, Sesquicentennial Edition, Columbus, GA, 1976

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