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Julia Pope Moss collection Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
MSS 016.018
Level of Description
Series
Language
English

Dates

  • 1885-1902 (Creation)

Extents

  • .06 Linear Feet (Whole)
    One of seven folders in a full legal document box.

Subjects

Notes

  • Abstract

    School notebooks from either or both the Grove School and the First Methodist Church of Athens, Georgia.

  • Immediate Source of Acquisition

    Unknown

  • Physical Description

    Poor

  • Preferred Citation

    Julia Pope Moss collection, Small Collections, Heritage Room, Athens Clarke-County Library

  • Biographical / Historical

    Julia Pope Moss was born in 1842 in Oglethorpe County and came to Athens to attend the Lucy Cobb Institute. She became principal of the Grove School. She did not marry. She died in 1931.

  • Scope and Contents

    Seven notebooks. Four of them are "The Model Sunday School Teachers' Class and Guidebook," published by M.E. Church, South, one of which is dated 1902, all four signed by Moss. All of them seem to contain Sunday-school attendance records, three for Class 4 at the First Methodist Church, one for Class 3. One notebook is a Ronald Press Company publication signed by a Mr. Carter; another is a "Workmen's Monthly Time Books" (no publication information); and the final one is a Teacher's Pocket Record published by A.S. Barnes and Company. The Workmen's and Barnes notebooks also appear to consist of school teacher's daily logs, the former with one page dated 1893, the latter with dates spanning 1885-1887.

Instances

  • Type
    Text
    Container 1 Type
    Box
    Container 1 Indicator
    5
    Container 2 Type
    Folder
    Container 2 Indicator
    20

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