Johnny Mercer correspondence, 1955-1971. (Archival material, 1955) [WorldCat.org]
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Johnny Mercer correspondence, 1955-1971.

Author: Johnny Mercer
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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This collection consists of correspondence pertaining to Johnny Mercer's assumption of the debts of his father's company, G.A. Mercer Company, which failed in 1929. Chatham Savings & Loan Company of Savannah was the Liquidating Agent for the repayment; these papers are from the files of that company which was acquired by the Savannah Bank and Trust Company. These papers were presented to the Georgia Historical  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Christmas cards
Letters (correspondence)
Named Person: Johnny Mercer; Johnny Mercer
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Johnny Mercer
OCLC Number: 122932083
Language Note: Collection materials are in English.
Description: 3 folders (.10 cubic feet)

Abstract:

This collection consists of correspondence pertaining to Johnny Mercer's assumption of the debts of his father's company, G.A. Mercer Company, which failed in 1929. Chatham Savings & Loan Company of Savannah was the Liquidating Agent for the repayment; these papers are from the files of that company which was acquired by the Savannah Bank and Trust Company. These papers were presented to the Georgia Historical Society with the following comment: "a remarkable demonstration of a son's loyalty to his father." There are many letters written by Johnny Mercer in the collection. The later papers, 1970-1971, concern a few of his other charities. Three Christmas greeting cards are included with this collection.

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