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Author: George Williams Gage; Robert Anderson Thompson
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Chiefly correspondence and papers, 1888-1920s, relating to members of the South Carolina Bar, historical sketches of counties and court houses, compiled as part of Gage's plan to write a history of the bench and bar of South Carolina. Although the book was apparently never completed, letters record extensive biographical and historical information on South Carolina attorneys and places; and letter urging support for
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Personal narratives
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Corrrespondence
Personal narratives, Confederate
Named Person: George Williams Gage; R E Allison; James H Carlisle; Daniel Henry Chamberlain; W A Clark; Samuel Dibble; T Q Donaldson; David Franklin Houston; James Ferdinand Izlar; Judson Kilpatrick; Knox Livingston; Isaac Going McKissick; Thomas J Mackey; J C Pope; A S Salley; George Herbert Sass; Robert Anderson Thompson; LeRoy Franklin Youmans; Oswald Garrison Villard; James H Carlisle; Daniel Henry Chamberlain; W A Clark; Samuel Dibble; David Franklin Houston; James Ferdinand Izlar; Judson Kilpatrick; A S Salley; Oswald Garrison Villard
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: George Williams Gage; Robert Anderson Thompson
OCLC Number: 911057693
Notes: Filed as: Manuscripts P (Gage, George Williams, 1856-1921).
Description: 113 items 4 volumes

Abstract:

Chiefly correspondence and papers, 1888-1920s, relating to members of the South Carolina Bar, historical sketches of counties and court houses, compiled as part of Gage's plan to write a history of the bench and bar of South Carolina. Although the book was apparently never completed, letters record extensive biographical and historical information on South Carolina attorneys and places; and letter urging support for Gage's candidacy for a seat on the South Carolina Supreme Court. Includes letters of James H. Carlisle, Daniel H. Chamberlain, W.A. Clark, David F. Houston, A.S. Salley, Jr. and Oswald Garrison Villard.

Historical sketches of South Carolina cities and towns, lawyers and court hours, researched as background for his book, include a letter, 24 June 1905, from R.E. Allison, describing vandalism in Lancaster (S.C.) during the American Civil War by Union Army troops under General Judson Kilpatrick: "Why they did not burn down the Court House it is hard to tell. They took down all the records and papers and strewed them all along the hallway in the Court House, and on the floor, tramped them under foot so that they were badly damaged, and many of them lost."

Replying to a research question, A.S. Salley, Jr. wrote in a letter of 21 September 1905, commenting on the state of professional training among many employees who worked in libraries, asking Judge Gage, "haven't you a public library in Chester? ...Your library is probably used as a charitable institution for respectably feeding some respectable lady who has not the slightest idea of professional library work. (That is the case in almost every other library in the State from the State Library on down)."

Letter, 30 March 1906, from James Ferdinand Izlar, discussing early history of Orangeburg (S.C.), commenting on the colonial-era settlement of German-Swiss Protestants and early organization of the town; letter, 2 August 1906, from T.Q. Donaldson, describes early Greenville (S.C.) and the upstate: "There have been four County Court houses at this place. The first must have been a very crude affair.... The second was a wooden structure... in the center of the public square. It was erected early in 1800."

Letter, 6 February 1907, from Daniel H. Chamberlain, asserts that, "The Bar of S.C., as I first knew it have always had a high place in my estimate. It was learned, strong, thorough, and chivalric, and I never had occasion to complain of anything less than fair treatment even when political feeling ran highest."

Collection includes several of Judge Gage's lengthy charges to the jury. At Chesterfield (S.C.) during the spring term of 1913 he concludes a ponderous address with "The institution of the Jury is a sword to strike the wrong-doer, and a shield to protect the innocent." At Judge Gage's request, various friends of the legal profession shared personal case experiences, both in and out of the court room: letter, 18 December 1913, of W.A. Clark, reports a case that "grew out of an old controversy existing for many years among the Lutherans of the Dutch Fork section of Lexington County [S.C.]."

A manuscript essay records brief biographies of several lawyers of Union County (S.C.), including Col. Isaac G. McKissick: "essentially a self-made man, his opportunities of education at his Pea Ridge home having been very limited. At the age of 23 he was elected Clerk of Court and held the office for sixteen years.... Besides, he was no mean speaker." An essay by Gage discusses biographical information from Spartanburg County (S.C.): "The County Court met at Woods farm in 1786. This farm is or was some 4 miles west of Spartanburg, where the Southern Railway crosses Fairforest, the present location of the Arcadia Mills."

An essay by Robert A. Thompson discusses the extinct jurisdiction of Washington District in upstate South Carolina during the late 18th century, on lands formerly held by Cherokee Indians [this jurisdiction operated from 19 February 1791 to 1 January 1800; its court house and jail were located in Pickensville (S.C.)]. Portions of this region later became part of Pendleton District and Greenville District (S.C.).

Scrapbook of newspaper clippings documenting historical events and people in the towns of Columbia and Pendleton (S.C.), and on the Counties of Chester, Fairfield, Lee, Union and York (S.C.). This volume also includes biographies of Samuel Dibble, Knox Livingston, Thomas J. Mackey, J.C. Pope [presumed to be a member of Pope and Haskell, a law firm in Columbia (S.C.); in partnership with John Cheves Haskell (1841-1906)], George H. Sass and Leroy Youmans.

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