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|Named Person:||Ben Perry Dillard; Joseph F Bramlett; Thomas A James; Clarence Frank James; Nannie Bramlett James; Ben Perry Dillard; James family.; Dillard family.; Bramlett family.|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Family.; Dillard Family.; Bramlett Family.
|Description:||1.25 linear ft. (1 carton)|
Clarence Frank James was a cotton buyer, fertilizer dealer, and service station owner in Taylors, Greenville County, S.C., and Nannie Bramlett James continued the fertilizer business after C.F. James' death in 1934.
Ben Perry Dillard, son-in-law of Clarence Frank James, worked for Victor-Monaghan Mills; the bulk of his material is bank statements with canceled checks. Materials re Joseph F. Bramlett and Thomas A. James are primarily deeds, mortgages, promissory notes, and receipts. Volumes consist of memorandum book, 1915-1939; ledger, 1918-1926; check book, 1928; four deposit books, Bank of Greer, 1933-1934 and 1945; and undated sharecropping book.
- Dillard, Ben Perry, -- 1883-1941.
- Bramlett, Joseph F.
- James, Thomas A.
- James, Clarence Frank, -- -1934.
- James, Nannie Bramlett.
- Dillard, Ben Perry.
- James family.
- Dillard family.
- Bramlett family.
- Bank of Greer (Greer, S.C.)
- Victor-Monaghan Mills (Greenville, S.C.) -- Employees.
- Sharecroppers -- South Carolina.
- Fertilizer industry -- South Carolina -- Greenville County -- Equipment and supplies.
- Cotton trade -- South Carolina -- Greenville County.
- Greenville County (S.C.) -- Social life and customs.
- Taylers (S.C.)
- Greer (S.C.)