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Louise Turner Jones papers, 1919-1980.

Author: Louise Turner Jones
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Louise Turner Jones papers contain correspondence and other miscellaneous items that relate primarily to Bishop Warren Akin Candler, a close friend of Mrs. Jones' father, George Pierce Turner. There are letters from Candler to Mrs. Jones (then Louise Turner) and other family members that date from 1919-1934. The collection also contains correspondence from Mrs. Jones to Mr. Gregory in the Emory University
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Named Person: Warren A Candler; Ann Maria Waldron Pierce; Sarah Clayton Turner Pierce; Clara Waldron Pierce Riddle
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Louise Turner Jones
OCLC Number: 122503862
Description: 13 items (2 folders)

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The Louise Turner Jones papers contain correspondence and other miscellaneous items that relate primarily to Bishop Warren Akin Candler, a close friend of Mrs. Jones' father, George Pierce Turner. There are letters from Candler to Mrs. Jones (then Louise Turner) and other family members that date from 1919-1934. The collection also contains correspondence from Mrs. Jones to Mr. Gregory in the Emory University Development Office written in April and May of 1980. These letters include personal anecdotes about Bishop Candler.

Miscellaneous items include photocopies of Mrs. Jones' and her brother's marriage certificates and photocopies of the obituaries of family members Ann Maria Waldron Pierce, wife of Methodist bishop George Foster Pierce, Sarah Clayton Turner Pierce, wife of Lovick Pierce, and Clara Waldron Pierce Riddle, daughter of Sarah and Lovick Pierce. Lovick Pierce was the only son of Bishop and Mrs. Pierce and a prominent minister in the North Georgia Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Both marriage certificates were signed by Bishop Candler, who was then bishop of the North Georgia Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South.

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