Zuma Magee

Zuma Magee


Archival Collection


MAGEE, ZUMA, COLLECTION

 

BOX 1

Folder

Minutes, Magee's Creek Baptist Association

1. 1899

2. 1901

3. 1903

4. 1906

5. 1908

6. 1909

7. 1910

8. 1911

9. 1912

Minutes, West Pearl River Baptist Association

10. 1895 (xerox copy)

11. 1898

12. 1905

Minutes, Washington Parish Baptist Association

13. 1921

14. 1922

15. 1924

16. 1925

17. 1931

18. 1932

19. 1935

20. 1938

21. 1939

22. 1940

23. 1941

24. 1942

25. 1943

26. 1945

27. 1947

28. 1949

29. 1951

30. 1953

31. 1954

32. 1955

33. 1956

34. 1957

35. 1958

36. 1959

37. 1960

38. 1961

39. 1962

40. 1963

41. 1964

42. 1965

43. 1966

44. 1967

45. 1968

46. 1969

47. 1970

48. 1971

49. 1984

50. Book of Reports, Washington Parish Baptist Association, 1975

51 Book of Reports, Washington Parish Baptist Association, 1977

52. Report of the Southern Baptist Convention, New Orleans, May 13-16, 1937

53. Report of the Southern Baptist Convention, Detroit, Michigan, May 24-27, 1966

54. Report of the Southern Baptist Convention, Dallas, Texas, June 4-7, 1968

55. Report of the Southern Baptist Convention, New Orleans, June 10-13, 1969

56. Report of the Southern Baptist Convention, Denver, Colorado, June 1-4, 1970

57. Annual Report of the Louisiana Baptist Convention, Pineville, La., 1943

58. Book of Reports to the 103rd Annual Session of the Louisiana Baptist Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 13-15, 1951

59. Book of Reports to the 104th Annual Session of the Louisiana Baptist Convention, Hammond, Louisiana, November 11-13, 1952

60. Book of Reports of the Louisiana Baptist Convention, 106th Annual Session, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, November 16-18, 1954

61. Louisiana Baptist Convention Book of Reports, 121st Session, Monroe, Louisiana, November 12-14, 1968

62. Louisiana Baptist Convention Book of Reports, 124th Annual Session, Pineville, Louisiana, November 15-17, 1971

63. Louisiana Baptist Convention Book of Reports, 126th Annual Session, Pineville, Louisiana, November 12-14, 1973 (Also Program)

64. Louisiana Baptist Convention Book of Reports, 130th Annual Session, Pineville, Louisiana, November 14-16, 1977

65. Louisiana Baptist Convention Book of Reports, 139th Session, Pineville, Louisiana, November 10-12, 1986

 

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BOX 2

Folder -- ROYAL SERVICE

1. 1955, Oct.; 1957, Feb., Aug., & Dec.; 1958, March (5 issues)

2. 1959, Mar. & Dec.; 1960, Mar. & Dec.; 1961, Mar. & Dec. (6 issues)

3. 1962, June, Oct., & Dec.; 1963, Feb.-June, Oct.& Dec. (10 issues)

4. 1964, Jan., Feb., April (2), May-Dec. (12 issues)

5. 1965, Jan.-Dec. (2 Oct.) (13 issues)

6. 1966, Jan.-June, Aug., Oct., & Dec. (2) (11 issues)

7. 1967, Jan.-March, June, & Dec. (6 issues)

8. 1968, Jan., Mar., Aug., Nov., Dec. (2) (6 issues)

9. 1969, Jan.-June; 1972, Nov. & Dec. (7 issues)

10. 1973 (12 issues)

11. 1974 (12 issues)

12. 1975 (12 issues)

13. 1976 (12 issues)

14. 1984, January (1 issue)

15. Home Missions, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1968, 1969 (18 issues)

 

BOX 3

Folder -- THE COMMISSION, SOUTHERN BAPTIST WORLD JOURNAL

1. Sept. 1958-Dec. 1959 (15 issues)

2. 1960 (10 issues)

3. 1961 (12 issues)

4. 1962 (11 issues)

5. 1963 (11 issues)

6. 1964 (10 issues)

THE COMMISSION, SOUTHERN BAPTIST FOREIGN MISSIONS JOURNAL

7. 1965 (10 issues)

8. 1966 (11 issues)

9. 1967 (12 issues)

10. 1968 (12 issues)

11. 1969 (6 issues)

12. 1970 (12 issues)

13. 1971 (12 issues)

14. 1973 (11 issues)

 

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BOX 4

Folder - THE COMMISSION, SOUTHERN BAPTIST FOREIGN MISSIONS JOURNAL

1. 1974 (12 issues)

2. 1975 (12 issues)

3. 1976 (10 issues)

DIMENSION

4. 1970, October-December (1 issue)

5. 1971, January-December (4 issues)

6. 1972, January-December (4 issues)

7. 1973, January-December (4 issues)

8. 1974, January-December (3 issues)

9. 1975, January-December (4 issues)

10. 1976, January-December (4 issues)

11. 1977, January-December (4 issues)

12. 1978, January-December (4 issues)

13. 1979, January-December (4 issues)

14. 1980, January-December (4 issues)

15. 1981, January-December (4 issues)

16. 1982, January-December (4 issues)

17. 1983, April-September (2 issues)

18. 1985, October-December (1 issue)

BAPTIST MESSAGE

19. Sesquicentennial: No. 4

20. Sesquicentennial: No. 5

21. November 8, 1958

22. June 6, 1963

23. June 20 & 27, 1963; February 6, 1969

24. October 20, 1977

25. April 10, 24, June 19, 1986

 

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BOX 5

Folder

1. History of First Baptist Church, Bogalusa, Louisiana, 1906-1976 (2 copies)

2. History of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Bogalusa, Louisiana, 1920-1986

3. History of Calvary Baptist Church, Bogalusa, Louisiana, 1910-1985

4. History of Highland Baptist Church, Bogalusa,l Louisiana, 1959-1985

5. History of Memorial Baptist Church, Bogalusa, Louisiana, 1957-1985

6. History of Bethel Baptist Church, Franklinton, Louisiana, 1907-1948

7. History of Bethel Baptist Church, Franklinton, Louisiana, 1907-1982

8. History of Franklinton First Baptist Church by Daunton Gibbs, 1976-1977

9. Records of Hayes Creek Baptist Church, Franklinton, 1866-1902

10. A History of Springhill Baptist Church, Franklinton, Louisiana, 1881-1981

11. History of Sunlight Baptist Church, Franklinton, Louisiana, 1928-1978

12. History of Palestine Baptist Church, Washington Parish, 1907-1982

13. 100 Years Service for God, 1863-1963, 100th Anniversary of Mt. Hermon Baptist Church, Washington Parish

14. History of the Half Moon Bluff Site by Daunton Gibbs, 1978

15. History of Half Moon Bluff Baptist Church, Franklinton, Louisiana, 1812-1830, Research by Dixie S. Moss and Zuma F. Magee, 1978

16. What Did Happen to Half Moon Bluff? by Dixie Sylvest Moss.

 

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BOX 6

Folder

1. Mount Nebo Baptist Church Records, Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, Excerpts

2. Brief Church Histories/Articles on Beulah Missionary Baptist Church, Kentwood, Louisiana

3. A History of the First Baptist Church of Madisonville, Louisiana, 1942-1986 (2)

4. The Historical Papers of First Baptist Church, Jackson, Louisiana, organized 1835-1935

5. First Baptist Church History, Jackson, Louisiana

6. First Baptist Church, Jackson, Louisiana, Index of Names Found in Church Minutes, 1835-1935, Not a Membership Roll

7. East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, Hephzibah Baptist Church Records, Volume II, by Mary Ann Smith Sagely, 1985

8. First Baptist Church Pictorial Directory, 1973, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

9. New Zion Baptist Church, Tylertown, Mississippi, October 11, 1973

10. History of Magee's Creek Baptist Church, Wathall County, Mississippi, 1838-1966

11. Baptist Denomination in Washington Parish, Louisiana, by E. Russ Williams, 1965

12. Robbins, A. W., A History of the Washington Baptist Association of the Louisiana Baptist Convention, Franklinton, Louisiana, 1894-1983

13. Washington Parish Baptist Association Minutes, 1894-1906 (Formerly Union Association) Prior to 1906. Compiled by Dixie S. Moss, 1979

14. Genealogical Extracts From Union Baptist Association Minutes, Washington Parish, Louisiana by Dixie S. Moss, 1978. Also Magee's Creek, 1891

15. History of the Baptist Church in Louisiana and Washington Parish by P. Burch, 1964

16. Baptist Association and Church History (Mississippi and Louisiana), Research compiled by Daunton Gibbs, Zuma Magee, and A. W. Robbins, 1979

17. Abstract History of the Mississippi Baptist Association for One Hundred Years, From Its Preliminary Organization in 1806 to the Centennial Session in 1906, by T. C. Schilling (Xerox copy of a book)

18. Condensed Version of Book About Joseph Willis, Joseph Willis: The First Baptist Preacher of the Word West of the Mississippi River, by his descendant Randy Willis (Xerox copy of news articles in the Oakdale Journal-Sentinel, 1983.

 

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BOX 7

Folder

Woman's Missionary Union Yearbook

1. 1957/58

2. 1958/59

3. 1959-60

4. 1960-61

5. 1961-62

6. 1962-63, Seventy-fifth Anniversary

7. 1963-64, Baptist Jubilee Year

8. 1964-65

9. 1965-66

10. 1966-67

11. 1967-68

12. 1968-69

13. 1969-70

14. 1970-71

15. 1971-72

16. 1972-73

17. 1973-74

18. 1974-75

19. 1975-76

20. 1976-77

21. 1977-78

22. 1978-79

23. 1979-80 (2 copies)

24. 1982-83

25. 1983-84

26. 1984-85

27. Reports and Addresses, Woman's Missionary Union Annual Meeting, Fort Worth, Texas, May 14-16, 1934

28. Reports for 1942 Woman's Missionary Union, Birmingham, Alabama, May 1943

29. Reports and Addresses, Woman's Missionary Union, St. Louis, Missouri, May 4-6, 1947

30. Reports and Addresses, Woman's Missionary Union Annual Meeting, Memphis, Tennessee, May 17-18, 1948

31. Reports, Woman's Missionary Union Annual Meeting, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, May 15-17, 1949

32. Program for Woman's Missionary Union Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, New Jersey, May 18-19, 1964

33. Program for Woman's Missionary Union Annual Meeting, Detroit, Michigan, May 23-24, 1966

34. Program for Woman's Missionary Union Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, June 3-4, 1968

35. Report of Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union Annual Meeting, June 3-4, 1968

36. Program for Woman's Missionary Union Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 9-10, 1969

 

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BOX 7 Continued

Folder

37. Program, Woman's Missionary Union, 1970 Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, May 31-June 1, 1970

38. Report of Woman's Missionary Union, Louisiana, 37th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2-4, 193S

39. Report of Woman's Missionary Union, Louisiana, 44th Annual Meeting, Shreveport, Louisiana, March 30-April 1, 1943

40. Report and Program of Woman's Missionary Union, Louisiana, 45th Annual Meeting, Bogalusa, Louisiana, April 4-6, 1944

41. Report of Woman's Missionary Union, Louisiana, 47th Annual Meeting, Shreveport, Louisiana, April 8-10, 1947

42. Annual Report, Woman's Missionary Union, Louisiana, 48th Annual Meeting, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 6-8, 1948

43. Program 52nd Annual Meeting, Louisiana Woman's Missionary Union, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 1-3, 1952

44. Annual Report, Woman's Missionary Union of Louisiana., 53rd Meeting, Shreveport, Louisiana, March 31-April 2, 1953

45. Annual Report, Woman's Missionary Union of Louisiana, 63rd Meeting, Alexandria, Louisiana, April 3-4, 1963

46. Program of Woman's Missionary Union, 67th Annual Meeting, West Monroe, Louisiana, April 5-6, 1967

47. Young Woman's Auxiliary, 33rd Annual Conference, Bossier City, Louisiana, February 17-19, 1967

48. Program of the Louisiana Woman's Missionary Union Annual Meeting, 1969

49. Louisiana Supplement to Woman's Missionary Union Yearbook for Years 1957-1969 (11 issues)

50. Three Ring Binder Used by Zuma Magee for the Woman's Missionary Union

 

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BOX 8

Folder

1. Why I Love Missions by Artie Sylvest Varnado, 1978

2. Washington Parish Association, Woman's Missionary Union History, 1908-Compiled by Zuma Fendlason Magee, 1983

3. Washington Parish Association, Woman's Missionary Union History, 1908-Compiled by Zuma Fendlason Magee, 1983

4. Historical Sketch of First Baptist Church, Franklinton, Louisiana, Woman's Missionary Union Organizations 1908-1976, by Zuma Fendlason Magee

5. History of the Woman's Missionary Union of the William Wallace Baptist Association (1953-1983), by Artie Sylvest Varnado (1986)

6. Baptist Woman's Missionary Union of Tangipahoa Association, 1914-1964

7. Know Your Baptist Missions, 1951-52

8. These 20 Years in World Missions, 1925-45, by W. 0. Carver

9. Lawrence, Una Roberts and Mrs. George E. Davis, Guide for Community Missions for W.M.U. Organizations, 1943

10. Changes and Choices, by Helen Fling, Woman's Missionary Society Member Handbook

11. Woman's Missionary Society Manual, 1960

12. Woman's Missionary Society Leader Manual, by Margaret Bruce

13. Baptist Woman Leader Manual

14. Woman's Missionary Union Manual

15. Woman's Missionary Society and Commitment Services

16. Leading a W.M.S. Group, by Betty Jo Corum

17. Louisiana Report Blanks for W.M.U., Young Woman's Auxiliary, Girl's Auxiliary, Sunbeam and R.A., 1947

18. Louisiana Report Blanks for W.M.U., Young Woman's Auxiliary, Girl's Auxiliary, Sunbeam and R.A., 1948

19. Louisiana Report Blanks for Woman's Missionary Society and Royal Ambassadors, 1949

20. Home Missions Since 1845, by Arthur B. Rutledge

21. You Can Follow Miss Georgia

22. Witnessing Through Associational Missions, by J. D. Scott, 1967

23. 102nd Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1947

24. Missionary Directory, Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention

25. Golden Jubilee of the Woman's Missionary Union, Bogalusa, Louisiana

26. Eighth Annual Woman's Missionary Institute, Leland College, Baker, Louisiana, August 29-31, 1951

27. Louisiana Woman's Missionary Union Week of Prayer and Georgia Barnette Offering for State Missions, September 23-27, 1957

28. Louisiana Woman's Missionary Union Week of Prayer and Georgia Barnette Offering for State Missions, September 15-19, 1958

29. Louisiana Woman's Missionary Union Week of Prayer and Georgia Barnette Offering for State Missions, September 17-24, 1972

30. Louisiana Woman's Missionary Union Week of Prayer and Georgia Barnette Offering for State Missions, September 18-25, 1977

 

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BOX 8 Continued

Folder

31. Louisiana Woman's Missionary Union Week of Prayer and Georgia Barnette Offering for State Missions, September 17-24, 1978

32. Louisiana Woman's Missionary Union Week of Prayer and Georgia Barnette Offering for State Missions, September 22-29, 1985

33. Louisiana Woman's Missionary Union Week of Prayer and Georgia Barnette Offering for State Missions, September 21-28, 1986

34. Highlights of the 150 Years of Louisiana Baptists, 1812-1962

35. Pamphlet About Hannah Reynolds Scholarship Fund

36. Servants Like Him, Adult Home Missionary Study

37. Church Study Course Book, A Measure of Success, by Roberta McBride Damon

38. Bulletin of Franklinton First Baptist Church, November 23, 1975

39. Church Study Course Catalog, 1983-84

40. Foreign Missions Resource Catalog, July-December 1986

41. Information About Jessie Ligen Pettigrew Glass, Missionary to China from 1901-1945

42. Fiftieth Anniversary, Louisiana Baptist Children's Home, Monroe, Louisiana, 1899-1949

 

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BOX 9

Folder

1. Washington Parish Fair Official Program, 1915 (xerox copy)

2. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1929

3. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1937

4. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1949 (2 copies)

5. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1950

6. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1951

7. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1953

8. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1954

9. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1955

10. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1956

11. Washington Parish Fair Official Program, 1958

12. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1960

13. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1961

14. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1966

15. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1967

16. Washington Parish Fair Catalog and Official Program, 1968

17. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1970

18. Washington Parish Fair Catalog and Official Program, 1971

19. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, 1974

20. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, Official Program, and Catalog Dedication Brochure, 1975

21. Washington Parish Fair Catalog (2 copies), and Catalog Dedication Brochure, 1976

22. Washington Parish Fair Catalog and Catalog Dedication Brochure, 1977

23. Washington Parish Fair Catalog (2 copies), and an envelope with Mile Branch Settlement stamped in upper left corner, 1978

24. Washington Parish Fair Catalog (2 copies), Official Program, and Catalog Dedication Brochure, 1979

25. Washington Parish Fair Catalog and Official Program, 1980

26. Washington Parish Fair Catalog (2 copies), Official Program (3 copies), and Catalog Dedication Brochure and song sheet, 1981

27. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, Official Program, and Catalog Dedication Brochure, 1982

28. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, Official Program, and Catalog Dedication Brochure to Zuma Magee (5 copies), 1983

29. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, Official Program, and Catalog Dedication Brochure, 1984

30. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, Official Program (4 copies), Catalog Dedication Brochure (2 copies), and song sheet, 1985

31. Washington Parish Fair Catalog, Official Program, Catalog Dedication Brochure (3 copies), 1986 (also a note card)

32. Washington Parish Fair Catalog and Official Program of the 87th Annual Washington Parish Free Fair, Franklinton, Louisiana, October 18-21, 2000

 

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BOX 10

Folder

1. Invitation to Washington Parish Fair Association Catalog Dedication Luncheon, 1976-1980, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986

2. Brochure About the Washington Parish Fair Association (2 copies)

3. Minutes, Board of Directors Meeting, Washington Parish Fair Association, August 1, 1983

4. Invitations to pioneer Christmas Celebration at Mile Branch Settlement

5. Brochure About Mile Branch Settlement at the Washington Parish Fair, 1976-1986

6. Brochure About Half Moon Bluff Baptist Church in Mile Branch Settlement at the Washington Parish Fair (8 copies)

7. Hand written list of items put on display at the Washington Parish Fair for 1956 and 1957

8. List of Names of Early Fair Goers (Hand written sheets)

9. Letter Written to Early Washington Parish Fair Attenders, September 27, 1977

10. List of People To Whom Fair Poem was Given, n.d.

11. Poem for Washington Parish Fair, 1978, by Zuma Magee

12. Poem Written for 1979 Washington Parish Fair

13. Poem for Early Fair Goers to the Washington Parish Fair, 1980, by Zuma Magee 14. A Salute to Early Fair Goers, October 1981

15. 1982 Certificate of Charter Members Who Attended First Washington Parish Fair in 1911

16. Poem About Washington Parish Fair, 1983, by Zuma F. Magee, Age 91

17. Poem About Washington Parish Fair, 1984, by Zuma F. Magee, Age 92

18. Poem "To The Early Fair Goers" 1986, by Zuma Magee, Age 93

19. The Story of the Washington Parish Fair, 1911-1973, by Emma Burris and Elizabeth Ott Watts

20. Hand Written History of the Washington Parish Fair by Zuma Magee

21. Song Sheets (Xeroxed)

22. A Survey of Attitudes Toward The Washington Parish Fair, by Randall Crain

23. Photographs of the Washington Parish Fair, three photographs and three Negatives

24. Newspaper Clipping About The Washington Parish Fair, 1953

25. Newspaper Clipping About The Washington Parish Fair, 1959

26. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1972

27. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1973

28. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1974

29. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1976

30. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1977

31. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1978

32. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1979

33. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1980

34. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1981

35. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1982

36. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1983

37. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish Fair, 1985

38. Newspaper Clippings About The Washington Parish, Fair, No Date

 

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BOX 11

Folder

1. The Bankston History Lineage by Edna Robertson Vacher

2. Bickham Family History, Edited by Jerome C. Hafter, 1978 Draft

3. The Bond Family by Marjorie Bond Zetty, July 1963

4. Bullock Twigs and Branches

5. The Eugene F. Bunch Story by Zuma Magee

6. Burch Family by Zuma Magee, 1977 (2 copies)

7. Burch Family Genealogy material

8. Zachariah Collins-His Descendants in Louisiana and Mississippi

9. The Story of the Corkern Family in Louisiana by L. E. Green, October 29, 1947, Natchitoches, Louisiana

10. The Fendlason Family

11. The Fendlason Family compiled by Zuma Fendlason Magee and Ouida Robertson, 1963

12. 1963-1986, Fendlason Reunion Records

13. The Ginns and Their Kin

14. Fendlason Pages 85-86 and Other Information

15. Finklestein Tragedy (Zuma Magee’s Great Niece), Edna Beth Moss Finklestein

16. Foyil Family History by Rome Cook Foyil, Copan, Oklahoma, 1938, Amended by Michael Welsh, Mattoon, Illinois, 1977

17. Foil (Foyle) Genealogy by Zuma F. Magee and Aletha B. Hamiter, 1956, Revised 1964

18. The Ginns and Their Kin

19. Holmes, Foil, Haley, Brumfield and Bickham Families, 1982

20. On Through the Years with Abner Jenkins by Doris Holden

21. Notes from phone conversation with Mrs. Joetta Pierce Burris, ca 2009, about Cavalry at Fairgrounds

 

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BOX 12

Folder

1. Kinza Johnson and Descendants, 1801 to Present with Richardson Genealogy compiled by Frank Lewis Brown, May 1956

2. The Luter Clan, by Marie Luter Upton, 1974

3. King-Foil, Holmes, Carson Families, Correspondence from O. Carroll King, 1956

4. McGee-Thomson (Thompson)-Brinley and Allied Families

5. William Magee I and His Descendants

6. William Magee I (1762-1827) and Mary James (1771-1876) Three Generations by Daunton Gibbs, et al

7. Magee, Collins, Bickham, Woods, McCain, Gayer, Burris, 1980

8. The Genealogy of Daniel Ira Magee by Alma Dell Magee Clawson, 1966

9. Magee Lineage of Jacob and Mary Scott Magee

10. Charles Magee Family History compiled by Gayle Magee Ryals Evans, 1800-1980

11. Thomas James Miller Family compiled by Tina Miller Morris, 1964

12. Attendees, A. C. and Edith Miller Reunion, 1971, 1972, 1973

13. Pierce (Peirce) Genealogy-Descendants of Humphrey Asa Pierce (Peirce) by Florence Peirce Peck et al, compiled Ca. 1953

14. Descendants of John Pigott the Elder, South Carolina-Mississippi by Frank L. Brown, Jr.

15. Pettus-Crockett Family

16. Penny and Related Families Material

17. Biography of Dr. Albert Wayne Robbins by Zuma F. Magee, 1984

18. The John Scarle-Sarah "Sally" Brown Family by Zuma F. Magee and Dixie S. Moss, 1974

19. The John Scarle-Sarah "Sally" Brown Family by Zuma F. Magee and Dixie S. Moss, 1974

20. Extra Pages to Scarle-Brown Book

21. Scarle-Brown Families, Correspondence, Forms, Documents (copies), etc.

22. Scarle Bible Records

 

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BOX 13

Folder

1. Grandma Betsy War Records, Scarle, Brown, Varnado-Thompson-Talley

2. Bala Chitto Simmons Family (Descendants of Richard and Ann Tyler Simmons) by Hansford L. Simmons, McComb, Mississippi

3. Stafford and Dearman Descendants by Zuma Magee

4. Stafford and Dearman Descendants by Zuma Magee

5. Stafford Book Pages and Other Information

6. Richard Stringfield Family compiled by Zuma Fendlason Magee, 1960

7. Richard Stringfield Family compiled by Zuma Fendlason Magee, 1960 (Copy 2)

 

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BOX 14

Folder

1. Descendants of David H. and Samantha Carson Stringfield compiled by Zuma F. Magee, 1977

2. 26 Pages of Zuma F. Magee’s Grandpa, Dr. D. H. Stringfield, Bible

3. Stringfield and Related Famlies, Notes, Correspondence, etc.

4. Wills of Zuma Magee’s Family-Stringfield, Fendlason, Foil

5. That Sylvest Family of Provencal (pronounced Praw-Ven-Saul) 1923-1951

6. The Emanuel Sylvest Story by Vince Sylvest (incomplete)

7. Francis Sylvest Story by Vince Sylvest, 1968

8. Francis Sylvest Story by Vince Sylvest, 1968 (Copy 2)

9. Warren and Allied Families compiled by Robert Boxter

10. The Frank Randolph Wilson Story and Related Lines by Vince Sylvest

11. Assorted Notes of Family Genealogies of Washington Parish Area

12. Collection of History Through the Years, Many Families, 1980

13. Early Emigrants Trails in the United States East of the Mississippi River

14. Early Families "They Went West," compiled 1980 by D.A.R., Bogalusa, Louisiana

15. Lineage Charts from Students at Franklinton School

 

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BOX 15

Folder

1. 1820 Census-Parishes of St. Helena, St. Tammany, and Washington

2. 1820 Census-Parishes of St. Helena, St. Tammany, and Washington (Copy 2)

3. 1830 Census-Parish of East Baton Rouge, Louisiana by Donald W. Johnson, 1974

4. 1830 Census-Parish of East Feliciana; 1880 Census-Washington Parish, Ward 1

5. 1830 Census-Parish of St. Tammany

6. 1840 Census-Parish of Washington, copied by Dixie Sylvest Moss

7. 1850 Census-Parish of Washington, copied by E. Russ Williams, 1956

8. 1850 Census-Parish of Washington, copied by E. Russ Williams, 1956 (Copy 2)

9. 1850 Census-County of Franklin, Mississippi

10. 1860 Census-Parish of Washington

11. 1860 Census-Parish of Washington (Copy 2)

12. 1860 Census-County of Washington, Alabama

13. 1870 Census-Parish of Washington, Ward 1, copied by Dixie S. Moss, 1979

14. 1880 Census-Parish of Washington

15. 1900 Census-Parish of Tangipahoa Surname Index by J. M. Perrin, 1982

16. 1900 Census-County of Hancock, Mississippi

17. Census-Several Counties in Mississippi, Also Washington Parish, Louisiana

18. Marriage Records, Copiah County, Mississippi, 1823-1845

19. Marriage Records, Madison County, Mississippi, 1830-1836 (Book E)

Marriage Records, Madison County, Mississippi, 1835-1847 (Book F)

20. Marriage Records, Marion County, Mississippi, 1812-1860, compiled by Mrs. Robert Chester Upton

21. Bible Records, 1964, Vol. 1, copied and compiled by Zuma F. Magee and Thelma S. Bateman

22. Births, Marriages, Deaths, and Chronological Review of Bogalusa Area, Washington Parish for the years 1959 and 1960 (2 copies)

23. Cemetery and Bible Records (Hand Written by Zuma Magee)

 

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BOX 16

Folder

1. Cemetery Records, Louisiana, Vol. I, 1962

2. Cemetery Records, Louisiana, Vol. II, 1964

3. Cemetery Records, Louisiana, Vol. III, 1966

4. Cemetery Records, Louisiana, Vol. IV, 1976

5. Cemetery Records, Primarily Washington Parish, Vol. V, 1976

6. Cemetery Records, Washington Parish, Vol. VI, 1980

7. Cemetery and Bible Records, Primarily Washington Parish, Vol. VII

8. Lot Owners of Ponemah Cemetery, Bogalusa, Louisiana, 1936-1977 by Zuma F. Magee

9. Cemetery Inscriptions, East Feliciana Parish, LA by Mary Ann Smith Sagely, 1970

10. Cemetery Records, Mississippi

11. The Tombstone Inscriptions of Walthall County, Mississippi by William and Irma

Lampton, 1976

 

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BOX 17

Folder

1. Selected Obituaries From Louisiana and Mississippi, Vol. I, A-K

2. Selected Obituaries From Louisiana and Mississippi, Vol. II, L-Y

3. Selected Obituaries From Louisiana and Mississippi, Vol. I, A-K (Copy 2)

4. Selected Obituaries From Louisiana and Mississippi, Vol. II, L-Y (Copy 2)

5. Obituaries of Washington Parish, Franklinton, Louisiana by Zuma Magee, 1986

6. Obituaries--Washington Parish

7. Obituaries, Newspaper Clippings

8. Obituaries, Newspaper Clippings

9. Obituaries, Newspaper Clippings

10. Obituaries from Town Talk, Amite, Louisiana, August 1976-May 1977

11. Abstracts of Obituaries From The Minutes of the Magee's Creek Baptist Association (Mississippi and Louisiana), 1882-1924, Compiled by E. Russ Williams, Jr., 1978

12. Records From Old Burned Courthouse, Franklinton, Louisiana

13. Inventory of the Municipal Archives of Louisiana, Town of Franklinton

14. Succession Records of St. Helena Parish, Louisiana, 1804-1854, Abstracted by Clyde Purser Young, Edited by E. Russ Williams, Jr., 1966

15. Hinds County, Mississippi, Vol. 2, Will Book I, 1822-1859, Abstracts

16. Orphan Court Records, 1812-1859, Marion County, Mississippi, Compiled and Edited by E. Russ Williams, Jr., 1962

17. Land Lottery Grants Made to Veterans of the Revolutionary War By The State of Georgia, Compiled by Alex M. Hitz, 1955

18. Passports Issued by Governors of Georgia, 1785 to 1820

 

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BOX 18

1. Framed 11 x 14 Color Picture of Zuma F. Magee

2. Framed 5 x 7 Picture of Zuma F. Magee with Dr. Ross West, October 16, 1978, Trinity Baptist Church, Washington Baptist Association

3. Framed copy of poem by Zuma F. Magee, Age 91, 1983, 1170 the Year of the Fair 1911-1983

4. Framed Poem by Claude Mizell, 1938, The Silver Anniversary

5. Framed Louisiana State Seal, State of Louisiana House of Representatives, Baton Rouge

6. Plaque: In Appreciation "Miss" Zuma Magee for Seventy Faithful Years of Service for Christ through the Washington Baptist Association, 1982

7. Plaque: Presented to Zuma Fendlason Magee, 1983 Catalog Honoree, Washington Parish Free Fair, Washington Parish Fair Association, Inc.

8. Plaque: Presented to Zuma Fendlason Magee for continuous Attendance and Devoted Services to Washington Parish Free Fair, 1911-1983, Washington Parish Fair Association, Inc., October 18, 1983

9. Plaque: Presented to Zuma Fendlason Magee "In Appreciation" or Services Rendered and Attending All "Sixty-Eight" Fairs 1911-1981, Washington Parish Fair Association, Bill Durden, Pres., Bonnie R. Tynes, Ex. V.P., October 24, 1981

10. Plaque: Zuma F. Magee One Hundred Percent Attendance 63 Fairs, 1911-1976, Washington Parish Fair Association

11. Plaque: In Appreciation and Recognition Commendable Service, Noteworthy Achievement In This Community This HONOR PLAQUE is presented to ZUMA F. MAGEE by Woodman of the World Life Insurance Society, 1977

 

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BOX 19

Folder

1. Photograph Album of Assorted Wallet Sized Pictures--Various Family Members and Friends, Also Pictures of Camp Moore, Tangipahoa, Louisiana (Spiral)

2. Graduation Cap and Tassle of Zuma F. Magee Worn at Ceremony to Receive Her G.E.D. (High School Equivalency Diploma) At Age 80

3. Notebook of Sympathy Cards Sent to Zuma Magee After Her Husband's Death (February 3, 1954)

4. Notebook of Sympathy Cards Sent to Zuma Magee After Her Husband's Death (February 3, 1954)

5. Funeral Home Book of Signatures of People Attending Robert A. Magee's Wake

6. Loose Sympathy Cards

7. Letters to Zuma Magee (5)

8. Record Book of Sales of Stafford-Dearman Books

9. 1942 Desk Calendar with Notes Written on the First Three Pages and Clip Board

10. List of Books Sent to Amite Library

11. Piece of Simplicity Skirt Pattern 6697, Size jp

12. War Ration Books and Stamps, World War II, For Robert Abraham Magee, Zuma Samantha Magee, Ouida Fendlason

13. Notes Taken by Zuma Magee for Off-Campus SLU History Class in 1978

14. Statement of Earnings, U. S. Post Office for Robert A. Magee

15. Information About Retirement Income

16. 1949 and 1950 Income Tax Return

17. 1953 Income Tax Return

18. Certificates of Voter Registration, 1938 and 1949-52

19. Homestead Exemption for 1950 and Tax Receipts

20. Papers About Cotton Shipment From Louisiana Farm Bureau Cotton Growers Cooperative Association, 1924

21. Receipts From Babington's Drug Store, Inc.

22. Receipts From Bullock Service Station

23. Receipts From Central Louisiana Electric Company

24. Receipts From McGehee Clinic

25. Receipts From Moore Insurance Agency

26. Receipts From Dr. J. W. Rosenthal

27. Receipts From Southern Bell Telephone

28. Receipts From Welsh and Sons Motors

29. Deposit Slips From Washington Bank and Trust Company

30. Miscellaneous Receipts--Car Repair, Post Office Box Rent, Doctor, Insurance

31. Scrap Papers With List of Figures On It

32. Newspaper Clipping About Mrs. Zuma Magee, The Era-Leader, October 8, 1980

33. Speech, "Tribute to Mrs. Zuma F. Magee, 11 October 18, 1983, For 1983 Fair Catalog Honoree by Vicki Knight

Items in a Plastic Bag 1) Fans (2); 2) Lavender Cloth Bag With New Orleans Federation B.W.C. Embossed On It; 3) Small Ceramic Mexican Hat

 

MAGEE, ZUMA, COLLECTION

BOX 20

Folder

1. Historical Information about Washington Parish Collected by Zuma Magee for a Teacher Workshop

2. A Brief History of Washington Parish by Daunton Gibbs

3. History of Washington Parish by Beverly Young, 1979

4. History of Washington Parish by P. B. Carter, Additions by Beverly Young, 1979

5. Military History of Washington Parish

6. Copies of Some Letters Written to our Men in Service in World War II

7. Booklet, Washington Parish, Louisiana, The Garden Spot of the South by W. Sanford

8. Washington Parish Map Prepared by the Department of Highways, Traffic and Planning Section

9. Washington Parish, Louisiana Resources and Facilities

10. Franklinton Centennial Official Program, May 27th through June 3rd, 1961

11. Pamphlet, The Image of Progress, Franklinton, Louisiana

12. Catalog of Franklinton Central Institute, 1901-1902

13. Catalog of Franklinton Central Institute, 1907-1908

14. One Hundredth Anniversary, Franklinton Lodge No. 101 F & A M, 1851-1951

15. Newspaper Clippings From 1962 about Franklinton, Louisiana Centennial

16. Chronology of Bogalusa from November 7, 1914 through October 24, 1929

17. Bogalusa Golden Jubilee, 1914-1964, Official Program

18. Two Bags from Gaylord Container Corporation, Bogalusa, Louisiana

19. The American Legion Post No. 24 Salutes City of Bogalusa with 24th Annual Paper Queen Ball, 1964

20. List of Pioneer Settlers of Washington Parish

21. History of Pioneer Citizens in Washington Parish, Newspaper Clippings

22. The Era-Leader, September 18, 1941

23. The Era-Leader, July 14, 1966

24. The Era-Leader, May 23, 1974

25. The Era-Leader, October 10, 1974

26. The Era-Leader, December 26, 1974

27. Daily News, January 8, 1975

28. The Era-Leader, May 29, 1975

29. The Era-Leader, June 5, 1975

30. The Era-Leader, January 1, 1976

31. The Era-Leader, January 8, 1976

32. Bicentennial Souvenir Edition, Supplement to The Daily News, Sunday, July 4th, 1976

33. Sunday News, March 6, 1977

34. The Daily News, March 12, 1978

35. The Daily News, September 21, 1979

36. Newspaper Clippings about Washington Parish

 

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Folder

37. Newspaper Clippings about Washington Parish

38. Births, Newspaper Clippings

39. Marriages, Newspaper Clippings

40. Anniversaries, Newspaper Clippings

41. Reunions, Newspaper Clippings

42. Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings

43. 1981 Washington Parish Telephone Directory

44. 1982 Washington Parish Telephone Directory

45. 1984 Washington Parish Telephone Directory

46. 1985 Washington Parish Telephone Directory

Map of Pre-1825 Washington Parish, Louisiana prepared by Allenda B. Pigott and Chess Adams in cooperation with Crown Zellerbach Corporation (3 copies rolled and placed in box)

 

MAGEE, ZUMA, COLLECTION

BOX 21

Folder

1. Newspaper Clippings about Tangipahoa Parish

2. Newspaper Article and photograph about "Old Friendship School, Amite, Louisiana

3. Picture of Camp Moore, 1861, Copied by Kentwood Ledger, February 8, 1968

4. Program for Dedication of The Confederate Monument, Camp Moore Log Cabin, September 9, 1979

5. Local Lore and Legend Scrapbook by Irene R. Morris (from a weekly column in the Kentwood News, November 30, 1961-November 15, 1963

6. History of Amite, Louisiana by C. D. "Doc" Pettitt, June 1961

7. Tangipahoa Parish Fair Catalogue, 1972

8. Tangipahoa Crossings, Excursions into Tangipahoa History by C. Howard Nichols

9. Village of Tangipahoa Bicentennial Celebration Booklet, Heritage '76

10. Program and Invitation of the Inauguration of James Larry Crain as the Tenth President of Southeastern Louisiana University

11. Poem--Looking Back at Southeastern Louisiana University, 1925-1984 by Zuma Magee

12. The Free State, A History and Place-Names Study of Livingston Parish, 1976

13. Old Folk Song on The Battle of New Orleans, written by Thomas Dunn English

14. Brochure about Alexandria-Pineville and surrounding area

15. List of Louisiana Governors

16. The Times-Picayune, September 9, 1935 (Huey Long Assassination)

17. Bicentennial Louisiana, History Sketches and Regional Recipes from the Parishes

18. 1977 Annual Report, Friends of the Archives of Louisiana

19. Louisiana History Scrap Book, 1978 (Newspaper Clippings)

20. Research on Indians, 1980-1981 by Zuma Magee

21. Religious Newspaper Clippings

22. Oral History for Louisiana by Joel Gardner

23. Louisiana Plantation Holmes, n. d.

24. Official Journal of the Proceedings of The House of Representatives of the State of Louisiana, 1918

25. State of Louisiana Public Documents No. 51, January/June 1974

26. Louisiana School Directory, Bulletin 1073, Session 1966-67

27. State of Louisiana Roster of Officials Corrected through January 15, 1965

28. State of Louisiana Roster of Officials Corrected through January 15, 1967

29. State of Louisiana Roster of Officials Corrected through January 20, 1969

Map of the State of Louisiana with part of the Mississippi Territory by William Darby, 1816 (2 copies rolled and placed in box)

 

MAGEE, ZUMA, COLLECTION

BOX 22

Folder

1. Newspaper Clippings about the Presidents of the U. S.

2. Booklet, Our Presidents

3. Booklet, George Washington, the Christian

4. Newspaper articles about John F. Kennedy's Assassination November 22, 1963

5. Pamphlet, Your Guide to Census '80, April 1

6. Founders' Day Address "Oliver Larkin Stringfield: Prophet of the Dawn," 1938

7. Copies of Letters Written by Daniel Fendlason to his family during the Civil War

8. Minutes of the 64th Annual Convention, United Daughters of the Confederacy

9. Louisiana Division United Daughters of the Confederacy By Laws

10. Year Book of Louisiana Division United Daughters of the Confederacy, May, 1923-24

11. United Daughters of the Confederacy Newspaper Clippings

12. United Daughters of the Confederacy Records, Franklinton, Louisiana

13. Constitution of the Confederate States of America, March 11, 1861

14. Civil War History Newspaper Clippings

15. Genealogy and Local History Catalogue 465

16. Booklet, The Plan for Distributing War Ration Book One for Individual Consumers

17. Texas Centennial Exposition, Dallas, 1936

18. Poems and Stories written by Artie Sylvest Varnado

19. Home Remedies used many years Ago compiled by Zuma F. Magee, 1976

20. Ledger Book, 1912-1932

 

MAGEE, ZUMA, COLLECTION

BOX 23

Folder

1. The Adult Teacher, Sunday School Senior Adults, Broadman Comments, The Daily Walk, Oct. (October, November, December, 1986 Sunday School Quarterlies)

2. The Holy Bible (The World Publishing Co.) and a 1922 Copy of the Holy Bible

3. Edge, Findley B. Helping The Teacher, 1959

4. Fletcher, Jesse C. Bill Wallace of China, 1963

5. Gardner, W. W., ed. Missiles of Truth: With an Introduction Essay, 1914

6. Showalter, A. J. The Best Gospel Songs and Their Composers, 1904

7. Showalter, A. J. Triumphant Praises, 1911

8. Ten Boom, Corrie with C. C. Carlson. My Father's House, 1976

9. Ten Boom Corrie. Prison Letters, 1975

10. Ten Boom, Corrie with Jamie Buckingham. Tramp for the Lord, 1974

11. White, J. E. Past, Present, and Future, 1909

12. Wright, Anna Potter. Rosa's Quest, 1905

13. Magee, Zuma. Memoirs of Zuma Fendlason Magee, 1892. Made available by Vicki Pichon Knight.

 

MAGEE, ZUMA, COLLECTION

BOX 24

Folder

1. Billany, H. H. Postal Laws and Regulations, 1921

2. Duties of Postmaster

3. List of Legal Correspondents of the Wilber Mercantile Agency

4. Louisiana Zip Code Directory, August 1979

5. Postal Employees Guide, 1943

6. Dykes Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia, 1916

7. Hersey, John. Hiroshima, 1948, Paperback

8. Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A Wonder-Book For Boys and Girls, 1929

9. Longfellow, Henry W. Evangeline, 1903

10. Louisiana Literature, Fall 1984, Vol. 1, No. 2

11. The Louisiana Masonic Monitor, Compiled by G. C. Huckaby, 1930

12. Matalka, Sam S. My First Year in America, 1956

13. Montgomery, L. M. Anne's House of Dreams, 1917

14. Page, Walter H. The Rebuilding of Old Commonwealths, 1926

15. Parsons, Frances Theodora. How to Know the Wild Flowers, 1928

16. Prologue, The Journal of the National Archives, Summer 1976, Vol. 8, No. 2

 

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BOX 25

Folder

1. Ames', Elinor. Book of Modern Etiquette, 1935

2. Betz, William. Junior Mathematics For Today, Book One, 1933

3. Curtis, Francis D., Otis W. Caldwell, and Nina Henry Sherman. Everyday Biology, 1946

4. Department of Conservation, State of Louisiana. Louisiana Tree Primer, 1933

5. Dormon, Caroline. Forest Trees of Louisiana and How to Know them, n. d.

6. Houston Post Handy Atlas of the World, 1912 (Belonged to Frank Renner)

7. Krohn, William O. First Book in Physiology and Hygiene, 1909

8. Magruder, Harriet. A History of Louisiana, 1909

9. Red Cross Home Nursing Book, 1951

10. Ritchie, John W. Human Physiology, 1911

11. Clark, John R., Arthur S. Otis, and Caroline Hatton. Modern-School Arithmetic, 1916

12. Nicholson, J. W. Grammar School Arithmetic, 1916

13. Smith, David Eugene. Progressive Arithmetic Advanced Book, 1924

14. Wheat, Frank Merrill and Elizabeth T. Fitzpatrick. Everyday Problems in Health, 1935

15. Maury, M. F. Manual of Geography, 1902

 

MAGEE, ZUMA, COLLECTION

BOX 26

Folder

1. Greenlaw, Edwin, William H. Elson, and Christine M. Keck. Literature and Life, Book One, 1922

2. Hill, Howard Copeland and Rollo LaVerne Lyman. Reading and Living, Book One, 1924

3. Holton, Martha Adelaide and Charles Madison Curry. The Fifth Reader, 1914

4. Hyde, Mary F. Practical English Grammar with Exercises in Composition, 1909

5. Judson, Harry Pratt and Ida C. Bender, Eds. Graded Literature Readers, 5th Book, 1900

6. Judson, Harry Pratt and Ida C. Bender, Eds. Graded Literature Readers, 6th Book, 1901

7. Miles, Dudley, Clarence Stratton, Robert C. Pooley, and Edwin Greenlaw. Literature and Life, Book Two, 1936

8. Miles, Dudley, Robert C. Pooley, and Edwin Greenlaw. Literature and Life, Book Three, 1936

9. Payne, Bruce R. and S. C. Garrison. Speller, Fourth Grade, 1931

10. Today's Classics, A Library for Boys and Girls, Stories of Today.

11. Webster's Practical Illustrated Dictionary With Atlas of the World, 1942

12. Webster, Noah. A Primary School Dictionary of the English Language, 1870

 

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BOX 27

The New Teachers' and Pupils' Cyclopedia, A Reference Library

. Volumes 1-6, The Bufton Book Company, Kansas City, c. 1909, 1914, The Holst Publishing Company

The New World Atlas and Gazetteer

, Edited and Revised by Francis J. Reynolds, Formerly Reference Librarian, Library of Congress, P. F. Collier & Son Company, New York, 1920 Edition

 

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BOX 28

19 pieces of fire damaged legal documents from Franklinton, La.

 

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BOX 29

Folder

1. Journals and record books (7 items)

a. Personal journal. 1 January 1958 - 1 January 1959

b. 1944 - 1958 Record Book

c. Personal journal. 1 January 1952 - 31 December 1952

d. Personal journal. 1 January 1954 - 31 December 1954

e. Personal journal. 1 January 1955 - 31 December 1955

f. Personal journal. 1 January 1956 - 31 December 1956

g. Personal journal. 1 January 1957 - 31 December 1957

2. Journals and record books (6 items)

a. Personal journal. 1 January 1984 - 1 February 1985

b. Record book. 90th birthday. 28-29 January 1982. Guest book and gift list.

c. Personal journal. 1 January 1986 - 16 November 1986. Final journal.

d. Personal journal. 1 January 1983 - 23 October 1983.

e. Personal journal. Front: 1 December 1983 - 15 December 1983. Back: 24 October 1983 - 30 November 1983.

f. Personal journal. 1 January 1980 - 1 January 1981.

3. Journals and record books (5 items)

a. Personal journal. 1 January 1982 - 2 January 1983.

b. Personal journal. 3 August 1981 - 12 January 1982.

c. Personal journal. 1 January 1981 - 2 August 1981.

d. Personal journal. 1 January 1959 - 31 December 1959.

e. Personal journal. 1 January 1985 - 5 January 1986.

4. Journals and record books (9 items)

a. Personal journal. 1 January 1964 - 2 January 1965.

b. Record book. 1632 -1955. Births, marriages, and deaths.

c. Records. Copied 16 June 1982 from School Board Office in Franklinton.

d. Speech notes. Undated.

e. Records. Genealogy, research notes. 10 July 1974 is the only journal entry.

f. Address book. c. 1970s.

g. Personal journal. 1 January 1963 - 31 December 1963.

h. Personal journal. 1 January 1966 - 1 January 1967.

i. Personal journal. 1 January 1967 - 31 December 1967.

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BOX 30

Folder

1. Journals and record books (5 items)

a. Personal journal. 1 January 1968 - 31 December 1968.

b. Personal journal. 31 December 1968 - 1 January 1970.

c. Personal journal. 1 January 1965 - 31 December 1965.

d. Personal journal. 1 January 1960 - 31 December 1960.

e. Personal journal. 1 January 1961 - 1 January 1962.

2. Journals and record books (7 items)

a. Personal journal. 1 June 1962 - 31 December 1962.

b. Personal journal. 1 January 1970 - 1 January 1971.

c. Personal journal. 1 January 1971 - 3 January 1972.

d. Personal journal. 28 December 1971 - 31 December 1972.

e. Personal journal. 31 December 1972 - 6 January 1974.

f. Personal journal. 1 January 1974 - 3 January 1975.

g. Personal journal. 30 December 1974 - 4 January 1976.

3. Journals and scrapbook (6 items)

a. Personal journal. 1 January 1976 - 22 January 1977.

b. Personal journal. 30 January 1977 - 26 June 1977.

c. Personal journal. 31 December 1977 - 11 December 1978.

d. Personal journal. 1 January 1979 - 10 January 1980. And 18 June 1980.

e. Personal journal. 1 January 1976 - 31 December 1976.

f. Scrapbook. Dedication service of Bogue Chitto Heights Mission. 19 September 1982.

4. Newspaper (1 item)

a. The Era-Leader. 19 October 1911.Vol. 2 No. 26.

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MAGEE, ZUMA, COLLECTION

BOX 31

Folder

1. Scrapbook and Washington Parish Fair (36 items)

a. Newspaper clipping. "Christmas Memories." Will D. Muse. 24 December 1914.

b. "Life and times of Zuma Magee." Stephen J. Dill. The Daily News. 16 November 1986.

c. Tribute to John Esco Fendalson. Opal Spence. The Enterprise. Original and photocopy.

d. Envelope addressed to Vicki Knight. Enclosed: "Memories of Zuma Magee." Rick Miller.

e. Church study course. Course credit, certificates, and book awards.

f. Certificate from Southeastern Louisiana University Division of Continuing Education and Special Activities. Symposium of History and Genealogy. 6 February 1982.

g. Certificate from Southeastern Louisiana University Division of Continuing Education and Special Activities. Symposium of History and Genealogy. 25 February 1984.

h. Special recognition award. Southeastern Louisiana Historical Association. Charter membership. 10 May 1984.

i. Gamma Beta Phi membership certificate. 1 May 1985.

j. Completion certificate. Southeastern Louisiana University Elderhostel program. 15 June 1986 - 21 June 1986.

k. Completion certificate. Southeastern Louisiana University Elderhostel program. 9 June 1985 - 15 June 1985.

l. Scrapbook. "Mother’s Day."

i. Mother/daughter banquet. 12 May 1979.

ii. Newspaper clippings. "History of Mother’s Day." "Rock me to Sleep," poem.

iii. Pamphlet. "I am the Praying Mother of Jacob DeShazer." Published by the Bible Meditation League.

iv. Newspaper clippings. "Too Late for Mother’s Day." "Mother’s Day Founder." "God to a Mother," Myrtle Vorst Sheppard.

v. Address notes for banquet.

vi. Newspaper clipping. "Remember the Pioneer Mom." Morning Advocate. 8 May 1979. "Biblical Women."

m. Placard. Washington Parish Fair. 70th Anniversary. 1983.

n. "Educational opportunity available for all age."Zuma Magee. The Era-Leader. 27 May 1981. Photocopy.

o. "Zuma." Dixie S. Moss (niece). 29 January 1972. Poem.

p. "Ageless Zuma Magee was a pattern of living for all." Bob Landry. Daily News. 10 December 1986. Photocopy. (2 copies)

q. United Daughters of the Confederacy membership certificate. 16 September 1954.

r. Appointment certificate to Special Assistant Superintendent of Education for State of Louisiana. 1 February 1983.

s. Southeastern Louisiana University symposium of history and genealogy. 26 February 1983.

t. Church Leadership Award certificate. 16 October 1977.

u. Newspaper clipping about earning GED.

v. Newspaper clipping. The Times-Picayune. 8 July 1986. Discussion of Elderhostel Program at Southeastern Louisiana University. Features Zuma Magee.

w. Newspaper clipping. Bob Ann Breland. Daily News. 28 August 1985. Features Zuma Magee about working women. Original and photocopy.

x. Photograph of Zuma Magee in the world’s largest rocking chair.

 

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BOX 31 Continued

Folder

1. Scrapbook and Washington Parish Fair (36 items) (Continued)

y. Newspaper clipping on home missions featuring Zuma Magee.

z. Photograph and text concerning Bogue Chitto Heights Baptist Mission dedication 19 September 1982.

aa. Membership certificate for the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution. 6 July 1956.

bb. Certificate for Personalities of the South. Names Zuma Magee as notable personality. 1974.

cc. Address to "Old Timers" committee of Washington Parish Fair. 1984. By Zuma Magee.

dd. Washington Parish Fair catalogue. 1983. Dedicated to Zuma Magee.

ee. Attendance certificate for the 1st Washington Parish Fairin 1911. Certified by Zuma Magee in 1982. 14 October 1982. (3 copies; 2 w/hand-written notes)

ff. Tribute to Zuma Magee, honoree of Washington Parish Fair catalog in 1983.

2. Book (1 item)

a. Practical Home & School Methods. 1914.

3. Boxed clippings (81 items)

a. "The Woman Who Understands." Ever and Jack Appleton.

b. "Father, Son, Holy Spirit." Pamphlet.

c. "Unrationed Mercies." B.M.A.

d. "My Influence."

e. "Not Quitting at 65!"

f. "Book of Ages." Radio message.

g. The Polisher. Answers.

h. "Bible Facts." James E. Johnston.

i. "Memory’s Gate."

j. "God Keep You."

k. "Most Momentous Month in History, May 1945."

l. "The Secret." (Handwritten copy)

m. "The Secret." Ralph S. Cushman.

n. "Worship."Helen Norman.

o. "He who owns a garden." Katherine Edelman.

p. Scriptures. Mark 9:19-24.

q. "Remembered Hands." Mildred D. Shacklett.

r. Unrationed.

s. "Mr. Burns Starts to Town."

t. "Joys of the Home."

u. "Eternal Life."

v. "When Life is Done."

w. "Great Light in Masonry." Emile W. Nagel.

x. "In Memory of Eva."

y. Notes on St. Patrick.

z. "Reading of Bible Urged by Priest."

aa. "Blind." John Kendrick Bangs.

 

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BOX 31 Continued

Folder

3. Boxed clippings (81 items) (Continued)

bb. "Response." Mable Parchman.

cc. "Thanksgiving." Clyde L. Breland.

dd. "Inspiration." David Ardsley.

ee. "Thankfulness."

ff. "September." Helen Hunt Jackson.

gg. "Courage."

hh. "Christmas Song." Lydia Avery Coonley Ward.

ii. "My Wish."

jj. "True Heroism."

kk. "Winds and Sand."

ll. Scripture Card. John 14: 1-3.

mm. "Put My Little Shoes Away." Harry Walters.

nn. "Solitude"; "Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight"; "Burial of Moses"; "Life and Death." Various authors. Reverse side: Good Stories Calendar.

oo. "Prophetic Research Work." Rev. B. M. Wilzin.

pp. "Our Sky Pilot." Dr. Maxwell.

qq. Notebook pages: Kitchen; "The days are not all cloudy"; "Far looks I know I am no star"; Psalms 71: 9,18-21, 23, 24; "If life seems drab and difficult."

rr. "Borrowed"; "What God Hath Promised"; "His Presence Came Like Sunrise"; "I Met the Master."

ss. "God’s Vengeance."

tt. Answers and References - Famous Men in the Bible.

uu. "The First Christmas." Trivia quiz.

vv. "Who Faces the Sun."

ww. Bible Cake.

xx. "The Christmas Box"; "Just Before Christmas"; "The American Flag"; "Washington Monument."

yy. "Things Worth While."

zz. "Your Mental Garden."

A. "Three Philosophies of Life." Dupree Jordan.

B. "I Ain’t Got Time." Frank Strickland.

C. "Not What I Would." R. L. Werry.

D. My Neighbor’s Bible.

E. "Thirty Pieces of Silver." William Blane.

F. "Strange People I Have Met."

G. "Religion Lives Where People Pray Daily, Love Each Other." Howard Whitman.

H. "God’s Love and Mine." Dr. James Mountain.

I. "Let Me Forget." Helen Lockwood Coffin.

J. "Right About Face." Ada Thompson Hoy.

K. Correction.

L. "The Legend of the Flowers." Alfred I. Tooke.

M. "The Old Spinning Wheel"; "Christmas Requests"; "Old Fashioned Garden"; "Sleighing Song."

 

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BOX 31 Continued

Folder

3. Boxed clippings (81 items) (Continued)

N. "My Old Dawg." Courtney Ryley Cooper.

O. "Powerless." Ida Keys.

P. "Things Loved Best."

Q. Letter to the editor. Edmund Waldron Peirce.

R. "Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight." Rosa Hartwick Thorpe.

S. "Jesus, Lover of My Soul." Poem with verse reference.

T. "North Africa." M. D. Clayburn.

U. "Alabama." 1860.

Y. "Popping Corn."

W. Photograph and newspaper clipping. M. H. Fields and Royce Sylvest.

X. Excerpt from "The Lighter Pathway: You Tell on Yourself."

Y. Notebook pages. Copied in Zuma Magee’s hand. "Turner’s Prayer," Nancy Byrd. "Uncle Hiram on Higher Criticism," C. W. Scarff.

Z. "Church Covenant"; "What is a Fundamentalist?"

AA. "The Snow-bird’s Song"; "For Which I Strive," John Packham; "Garden," quotes.

BB. "The World is Mine." Copied in Zuma Magee’s hand.

CC. "Ode to a Crown." Artie S. Varnado.

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BOX 32

Folder

1. Boxed clippings (64 items)

a. Thanksgiving poems. One envelope.

b. "Thanks." Zuma Magee’s hand.

c. "A New Year’s Petition." J. H. S.

d. Devotional verses.

e. "My Task." Maude Louise Ray.

f. "Think on These Things." A. M. Chambers.

g. "The World is Mine."

h. "Do You Have the Blood Mark." The Baptist Hour. 16 October 1949.

i. "Courtesy." Edgar A. Guist. Distributed by Department of Public Safety of Louisiana.

j. "Heart Trouble." Religious pamphlet.

k. "His Gift and Mine." Edith B. Gurley.

l. "Dried Apple Pies." James Henry Leigh Hunt.

m. Prayer card.

n. Hymns. "God of Our Fathers, Whose Almighty Hand"; "My Country, ‘Tis of Thee."

o. "The Call of the Nations." J. D. Carroll. 1918.

p. "I’m Glad I Touched Shoulders with You."

q. "If God Forgot." J. G. Kirschener.

r. "Just For Today." Raymond A. Dorman.

s. "I’m Glad I Touched Shoulders with You." (Duplicate)

t. "My Best Today."

u. Picture envelopes. (3)

v. Order form. Veteran’s Records. 1972.

w. Notebook. Recipe for overseas candy and lists of names and statistics.

x. "Believe it or Not." Ripley. Father’s Day.

y. "The Touch of the Master’s Hand." Tract.

z. "Communion", or "A Little Talk with Jesus." Tract.

aa. Funeral pamphlets for Lt. Charles Richard McLean. 1944.

bb. "O Let Thy Heart Be Moved by Compassion."

cc. "I May Never be Known..." Poem.

dd. "Courtesy." Edgar A. Guist. Distributed by Department of Public Safety of Louisiana

ee. "I’m Glad I Touched Shoulders with You." (Original)

ff. "Rock Me to Sleep Mother." Elizabeth Ann Chase Alcers Allen. 1860.

gg. "Quince." Jane Beard.

hh. "I’m Glad I Touched Shoulders with You." (3 copies)

ii. Prayer card. (Duplicate)

jj. "Broken Fellowship."

kk. Clipping from greeting card: "There’s an art to being friendly..."

ll. "A Teacher’s Prayer." Margaret E. Sangster.

mm. "I took one final walks across the fields." Mildred S. Andrews.

nn. "Rx: A Personal Message." Tract.

oo. "Youth." A. W.

pp. "The Absentee."

qq. "Happy Mother’s Day." A history of Mother’s Day.

 

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1. Boxed clippings (64 items) (Continued)

rr. Example.

ss. "I’m Glad I Touched Shoulders with You."

tt. "A Dumbe Old Country Boy." Walt. Huntley.

uu. "Your Part." Tract.

vv. Notebook pages. Song about winter. Zuma Magee’s hand.

ww. "Goober pears." Zuma Magee’s hand. 1866.

xx. Lord’s Prayer Devotional. Envelope.

yy. "Have Faith in God." H. M. S. Richards.

zz. Prayer card.

A. "At Church Next Sunday."

B. Application for military headstone marker.

C. "Courtesy." Edgar A. Guist. Distributed by Department of Public Safety of Louisiana.

D. Prayer card. Wycliffe Bible Translators.

E. "Father, I thank thee." Drama program for Thanksgiving. "Thankfulness," Seraph Llewellyn; "Thanksgiving," Ellen Isabella Tucker; "I Thank Thee"; "I’m Thankful," F. G. Swartz; "Thanksgiving Day," Lydia Maria Child."

F. "How Big Do You Pray?"

G. "I’m Glad I Touched Shoulders with You." (2 copies)

2. Newspaper clippings (59 items)

a. Memorial cards. Funeral. Lillian Stringfield Fendalson, Elizabeth Simmons Fisher.

b. Memorial cards. Funeral. H. Norman Simmons.

c. Newspaper clipping. "Working Women." Zuma Magee. 28 August 1985.

d. Duplicate picture. Memorial cards. Funeral. H. Norman Simmons.

e. Duplicate picture. "I’m Glad I Touched Shoulders with You."

f. Newspaper clipping. Thanksgiving column. "Gather blessings..."

g. Envelope. Previous contents unknown.

h. Newspaper clipping. Torn.

i. Newspaper clipping. "Retiring teachers." 5 May 1959. Brumfield, Bailey, Fendalson.

j. Wedding announcement. 29 May 1977. Shallberg-Harris.

k. Obituary. Mamie Harris. 7 September 1986.

l. "Security." W. Maurice King. Poem. (8 copies)

m. Newspaper clipping. "Simplicity Prayer." Diane Turner.

n. Newspaper clipping. Magee House. 5 April 1981.

o. Newspaper clipping. Waskom-Graham wedding. 2 October 1985.

p. Newspaper clipping. Stringfield descendants reunion. 6 August 1978.

q. Newspaper clipping. Wedding photograph. McDowell-Strickland. 7-13 January 1982.

r. Newspaper clipping. Esco Fendalson’s 80th birthday. 29 March 1978.

s. Newspaper clipping. Esco Fendalson’s golden wedding anniversary.

t. Newspaper clipping. Esco Fendalson’s 80th birthday. 29 March 1978.

u. Newspaper clipping. Stringfield reunion.

v. Newspaper clipping. Mt. Hermon Baptist Church. High Attendance Day. 28 October 1981.

w. Newspaper clipping. Ada Brumfield’s 90th birthday.

 

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2. Newspaper clippings (59 items) (continued)

x. Newspaper clipping. Engagement notice. Mixon-Triche. 31 May 1981.

y. Newspaper clipping. Genealogy services at Tangipahoa Public Library.

z. Newspaper clipping. Beulah Church. Series on oldest Baptist churches in Louisiana.

aa. Newspaper clipping. A prayer. Chester Cathedral, England.

bb. Newspaper clipping. Addition to P. Hudson’s national cemetery. 20 March 1979.

cc. Newspaper clipping. Letter written in 1929. Published 8 September 1977.

dd. Newspaper clipping. Waskom. Athlete. 26 September 1981.

ee. Newspaper clipping. Cora Alford’s 90th birthday.

ff. Newspaper clipping. "Recipe of Life."

gg. Prayer card.

hh. Newspaper clipping. "No Time."

ii. Newspaper clipping. "Top Grads Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School." Class of 1981.

jj. Newspaper clipping. "Recipe of Life."

kk. Newspaper clipping. "To Mother’s Day, thanks."

ll. Newspaper clipping. Engagement announcement. Fendalson-Magee. 29 March 1979.

mm. Notepad. Notes on marriages, dates and locations; deaths.

nn. Newspaper clipping. Tree clean-up, Hurricane Elena. 9 October 1985.

oo. Newspaper clipping. Archive findings in courthouse attic. (Plaquemine Parish)

pp. Newspaper clipping. Opinion. H. Truman. Notes from Congressional session. Robert J. Donovan. 24 May 1984.

qq. Newspaper clipping. Bob Tales. Bob Landry. Concerns Zemmuray Gardens.

rr. Page from Genealogy Registry. 1811-1812 Tax list of St. Tammany. Worthy projects. Book announcments.

ss. Newspaper clipping. Bob Tales. Bob Landry. Concerns Colonel Hobgood.

tt. Newspaper clipping. Letter to editor. "Food for Thought," Zuma Magee. 5 December 1984.

uu. Newspaper clipping. Easter celebration. 6 April 1980.

vv. Newspaper clipping. Athletic honorees. Valley Forge Academy. 29 April 1982.

ww. Newspaper clipping. Photograph. Leigh Ann and Amanda Gayle Jones.

xx. Newspaper clipping. Edwards campaign stop in Franklinton. October 1983.

yy. Card. "Courtesy," Edgar A. Guist.

zz. Newspaper clipping. Wedding announcement. McDuffie-Harbor.

3. Cassette tapes (5 items)

a. Washington Parish Fair button. Senior Ladies’ Promenade. 1983.

b. Plaque. Award for contribution to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

c. Cassette tape. "Research in Louisiana," Dudley Johnson; "Research in Mississippi," Frank Brown. 1983.

d. Cassette. "All That Jazz." Southeastern Louisiana University Continuing Education. 1986.

e. Cassette. "Research in Mississippi," Frank Brown (continued); "Tracing Civil War Ancestors," Dr. Groene; "Searching for Civil War Ancestors." 1983.

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1. Letters and cards (51 items)

a. Deathbed dictation of Zuma Magee, by Vicki Knight. Correspondence to/from Magee.

b. Card to Vicki Knight.

c. Note to Knight family. 1976.

d. "Kiss Me." Poem sent from niece Dixie Mass to Zuma Magee. 4 March 1982.

e. Note to Knight family. 29 January 1982.

f. Note to Knight family. 7 February 1984.

g. Card from Artie Varnado to Vicki Knight. 9 December 1986. On death of Zuma Magee.

h. Sympathy card from Schilling family to Vicki Knight.

i. Address. Rev. Mickey Stringfield.

j. Notes.

k. Letter to Zuma Magee.

l. Address of Steven L. Austin.

m. Prayer card.

n. Letter from John L. Gilbert. Re: WMV ladies contribution.

o. "Get well soon" card.

p. List of addresses.

q. Postcard from Meta Poché. Re: Dixie Miss.

r. Card from Olive to Zuma Magee.

s. Letter from Velma Warner to Zuma Magee. 8 November 1986. Re: Genealogy research.

t. Letter from Johnnie to Zuma Magee. Re: Zuma’s publicity.

u. Letter from Lillian Moskal to Zuma Magee. Re: Genealogy research.

v. Postcard. Student art exhibition at Southeastern Louisiana University.

w. Address for Joy Jackson, Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies.

x. Card.

y. Card from Mary R. Prince to Zuma Magee.

z. List of Homemakers Sunday School Class.

aa. "Get well" card from Marguerite and Sadie to Zuma Magee.

bb. "Get well" card from Lil and Ray to Zuma Magee.

cc. "Get well" card from Artie Varnado to Zuma Magee. 23 November 1986.

dd. "Get well" card from Kathryn Magruder to Zuma Magee.

ee. "Get well" card from Artie Varnado to Zuma Magee. 19 November 1986.

ff. "Get well" card from Erma Horton to Zuma Magee.

gg. "Get well" card from Pearl Johnson S. S. Class, 1st Baptist Church.

hh. "Thinking of you" card from Artie Varnado to Zuma Magee.

ii. Thanksgiving day card from Josie and Ansel to Zuma Magee.

jj. Postcard. Blank.

kk. "Get well" card from Homemakers S. S. Class of Enon to Zuma Magee.

ll. Letter from Leona White to Franklinton’s Mayor. 9 January 1988. Re: Zuma Magee.

mm. Letter from Signey N. Hall to Zuma Magee. Re: Thoughts on meeting.

nn. Letter from Robert Q. Hanisee to Zuma Magee. Acceptance into Elderhostel program.

oo. Letter from Signey N. Hall to Zuma Magee. Reply to a letter from Magee.

pp. Letter from Vicki Knight to Johnnie. Re: the death of Zuma Magee.

 

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1. Letters and cards (51 items) (continued)

qq. Letter from James Hambler, Home Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, to Zuma Magee. Re: Inquiry concerning director of missions in Georgia.

rr. Notification card from Louisiana Department of Agriculture to Zuma Magee. Re: Use of restricted pesticides.

ss. Notice from Media Research Bureau. Re: Genealogical opportunities.

tt. Mother’s Day card from A. W. and Irma to Zuma Magee.

uu. Fendalson Family Reunion register. Letter from Meta Poché to Zuma Magee. Re: List.

vv. Letter from Ellen to Zuma Magee. 1962. Re: Cemetary records.

ww. Letter from Ruth to Zuma Magee. 30 November 1986. Re: Spiritual genealogy.

xx. Address of Emmett and Rose Fortenberry.

yy. Bibliography notes and name of award given to Zuma Magee.

2. Scrapbook

a. Zuma Fendlason Magee Scrapbook 1984. Newspaper clippings, articles, photographs, and ancillary material regarding Zuma Magee and her attainment of high school diploma equivalency.

3. Additional scrapbook material (50 items)

a. Mrs. R. A. Magee business card. Franklinton Baptist Church. (2 copies)

b. "WMU And SS Class Honor Octogenarian Miss Zuma." Article celebrating Zuma Magee 80th birthday.

c. Washington Parish Adult Educatoin Program graduation program. 19 June 1981. (2 copies)

d. Newspaper articles concerning Zuma Magee’s longevity, family reunions, and honors bestowed upon her. 1975-1986. Includes business cards, graduation program, funeral program, Church Study Course Transcript. 45 items.

4. Post cards (47 items)

a. List of items donated by Zuma Magee to be put in the Zuma Magee collection. 1987.

b. Postal cards from across the mid-west and western United States. 46 items.

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1. Christmas cards (49 items)

a. Photograph of Danny Warren. Senior portrait. 1976. Color.

b. Photograph of Randy Russell. Senior portrait. 1975. B&W.

c. Obituary for Curtis Wayne Ellis.

d. Photographs of Curtis Wayne Ellis. 3x5". Color. (2 copies)

e. Christmas card from Lee and Robin Sims to Zuma Magee. 1978.

f. Christmas card from Delos Johnson, Jr., family to Zuma Magee. 1960.

g. Christmas card from Bob, Bo, and family to Zuma Magee. 1957-1978. 11 items.

h. Letter from Zuma Magee to Claude. Concerns things "I remember..."

i. Dolls Are Special to Me. Artie Sylvest Varnado. 1983. Memoirs about growing up with dolls during childhood.

j. "Certification that The Charter Members on the opposite side Attended the Fair in the parish of Washington in October of 1911." 1982. Signed by Zuma Magee and Bonnie Powell Tynes.

k. Certificate from the Statue of Liberty Ellis Island Centennial Commission. 1984.

l. Honorary membership certificates from the Washington Parish Fair Association, Inc. to Zuma Magee. 3 certificates. 1974-1976.

m. Christian Training Diploma. For Zuma Magee. Issued by The Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. April 1965.

n. Charter membership form of Zuma Magee in the United Daughters of the Confederacy. 19 September 1956.

o. Open house program for Washington Parish Health Unit. 11 July 1984. Includes map.

p. List of those buried in Kennedy Cemetary. 11 October 1974.

q. Certificates of completion for Correspondence Bible Courses. Awarded to Zuma Magee. 6 certificates. 1969-1971.

r. Gamma Beta Phi Induction Ceremony invitation. 1985.

s. "93-year-old gets in the college swing." Annabelle Armstrong. Sunday Advocate. 31 March 1985. The life story of Zuma Magee.

t. Newspaper clipping of Zuma Magee.

u. Sunday School Evangelism Certificate. To Zuma Magee. March 1986.

v. Letter from J. Kelly Nix to Zuma Magee. 14 March 1983. State of Louisiana Department of Education stationery.

w. Seals mailing labels.

x. Red seal. In envelope.

y. Diploma in Christian Development awarded to Zuma Magee. August 1974.

z. Diploma in Christian Leadership awarded to Zuma Magee. April 1974.

aa. Letter from Joy Jackson to Zuma Magee. 12 December 1985. Center for Regional Studies stationery.

bb. Clipping regarding genealogy symposium which Zuma Magee presented.

cc. Clipping regarding Zuma Magee speaking at Southeastern Louisiana University breakfast.

dd. "Mrs. Magee honored by Historical Society." 16 May 1984.

ee. Letter from Max Sanders to The Daily News. 2 November 1986. Praises Zuma Magee for her induction into Gamma Beta Phi.

 

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2. Newspaper clippings (7 items)

a. Brief Magee family history. Zuma Magee. 1981.

b. "Ageless Zuma Magee was a pattern of living for all." Bob Landry. The Daily News. 10 December 1986. Obituary and life summary of Zuma Magee.

c. Brief life of Zuma Magee. Dan Slocum. Woodman of the World Life Insurance Society.

d. "SLU establishes Archives." August 1973. Articles concerning the creation of the Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies and Archives.

e. Sources for Genealogical Research in the S.L.U. Archives. Mike Ryan. Compilation of places to look in collections for genealogical research.

f. Woman’s Missionary Union Leadership Diploma. To Zuma Magee. November 1984.

g. "‘Never too late’ is Mrs. Zuma’s legacy to all." Moggie Bickham. Concerns the life of Zuma Magee.

3. Courthouse records (1 item)

a. Records from old burned courthouse. Copied by Zuma Magee, typed by Doris Green. 1800s information regarding land sales in the Florida Parishes.

4. Newspaper clippings (5 items)

a. Letter from Zuma Magee to Vicki Knight. 2 February 1985. Thank you letter.

b. "SLU gets Zuma Magee’s records." Bogalusa Daily News. 7 July 1987. Article concerning the beginning of the Zuma Magee collection.

c. "93-year-old gets in the college swing." Annabelle Armstrong. Sunday Advocate. 31 March 1985. The life story of Zuma Magee.

d. A brief history of the Washington Parish milk industry. Bob Landry. June 1955. Covers the time from 1910-1955.

e. "Just Thinking: Dear Claude." Zuma Magee. Recollections dedicated to Claude Fendalson.

5. World War II letters (1 item)

a. "Copies of some letters written to Our Men in Service in World War Two." Compiled by Zuma Magee. 1977.

6. Memoirs (1 item)

a. Memoirs of Zuma Fendlason Magee.

7. Genealogy book (1 item)

a. Genealogy book compiled by Zuma Magee. Includes: children of William Porter Richardson, Silver Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Magee family, Miller family, Dysow Cemetary, Graves family, Hardy family, Robbins family.

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8. Robert Abraham Magee documents (75 items)

a. Envelope detailing contents.

b. Land sales documents from Carrie Brumfield, Ora, Melba, L.Nelson, Elijah, and Charles Carter to R. A. Magee. 14 April 1939.

c. United Daughters of the Confederacy membership application. 26 July 1954.

d. Petition by Zuma Magee to acquire property of R. A. Magee. Delos Johnson. 1954. A matter of succession.

e. Mill tax statement for R. A. Magee. 1932-1936.

f. Application for homestead exemption. Filed by R. A. Magee. 29 January 1952.

g. Letter from Delos R. Johnson to Zuma Magee. 29 July 1954. Concerns succession to R. A. Magee’s proceedings.

h. Act of Sale between Alonzo L. Brown to Mrs. D. A. Fendlason for Varnado Grave Yard. 28 January 1921.

i. Mill tax statement for M. E. Magee. 1934, 1932, 1935.

j. Loan agreement between O. A. Varnado and Washington Bank & Trust Company. 16 March 1931.

k. Loan agreement between R. A. Magee and Washington Bank & Trust Company. 28 February 1931.

l. Voter registration for Zuma Magee. 3 January 1953.

m. Voter registration for R. A. Magee. 3 January 1953.

n. Voter registration for Zuma Magee. 2 January 1957.

o. Notes on John McClindow on an envelope.

p. Applications for Homestead exemptions by R. A. Magee. Years 1937-39, 1941-42, 1944, 1953, 1948-49, 1955. (10 items)

q. Poll tax receipts for R. A. and Zuma Magee. Years 1933-36. (8 items)

r. Letter from Dan Walker, Luther Varnado. Conerns Varnado Grave Yard title. 4 May 1966.

s. Masonic Resolution of Respect. In memory of R. A. Magee. 3 February 1954. Certificate of condolences from the Franklinton Masonic Lodge.

t. Dedication to R. A. Magee. Zuma Magee. Poem.

u. Certificate of Recognition from the Post Office Department to R. A. Magee. 30 June 1952.

v. Correspondence with Jimmy Morrison. 23 February - 1 March 1953. Regards Zuma Magee’s receiving R. A. Magee pension/retirement money.

w. Letter from Franklinton Postmaster to Zuma Magee. 6 December 1961. Regards newest dedication of post office.

x. R. A. Magee’s U. S. Saving Bonds and records.

y. Selective Service classification for R. A. Magee. War Department. 4 February 1918.

z. Letter from Aubert Center to Magee Ott. 15 July 1939. Concerns property in Franklinton.

aa. Letter from H. J. Smith and S. D. Bulloch. 1906. Regards Township 2 South, Range 10 East and Township 3 South, Range 10 East.

bb. Marriage License between R. A. Magee and Zuma Fendlason. 18 January 1913.

cc. Death notification for R. A. Magee.

dd. Civil Service Examination scores for R. A. Magee. 4 November 1913.

ee. Exemption from payment for hunting and fishing licenses. Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. To R. A. Magee. 30 September 1913.

 

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8. Robert Abraham Magee documents (75 items) (continued)

ff. U. S. Civil Service Commission retirement notification. To R. A. Magee. 24 July 1952.

gg. Envelope from the U. S. Civil Service Commission. 18 January1935.

hh. Statement from Poole & Simmons to Zuma Magee. 8 February 1954. Funeral costs.

ii. U. S. Civil Service Commission Annuity certificate. 12 March 1954. Awards R. A. Magee’s annuity to Zuma Magee.

jj. U. S. Civil Service Commission Annuity certificate. 24 July 1952. Retirement benefits.

kk. Route transfer order fro R. A. Magee.

ll. Car invoice. Bickham Chevrolet Co. 13 May 1939. To R. A. Magee.

mm. U. S. Post Office Dedication program. 10 December 1961.

nn. R. A. Magee’s driver’s license. 1951, 1953.

oo. Selective Service registration card for R. A. Magee.

pp. Franklinton Masonic Lodge membership card for R. A. Magee. 9 December1953.

qq. Louisiana Civilian Volunteer Registration Proclamation card for Zuma Magee.

rr. Registration Certificate for R. A. Magee. 5 June 1917.

ss. Franklinton Baptist Church card for Zuma Magee.

tt. Envelope from Moore Insurance Agency.

uu. Letter from R. A. Magee to Postmaster New Orleans. 29 February 1952. Regards retiring.

vv. Letter from 4th Assn. Postmaster General to R. A. Magee. 6 November 1914. Concerns initial appointment as a rural mail carrier.

ww. Designation of Beneficiary. 11 December 1934. U. S. Civil Service Commission stationery. Concerns appointing Zuma Magee as a beneficiary.

xx. Letter from Lewis Morgan to R. A. Magee. 14 February 1914. U. S. House of Representatives stationery.

yy. Envelope from Ott & Johnson to R. A. Magee. 21 April 1939.

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1. Gamma Beta Phi and Historical Association materials (20 items)

a. Gamma Beta Phi induction materials. Includes by-laws, sticker, ceremony program from 1984-85, and other materials. 12 items.

b. Poem about Independence.

c. "Grand hotel graced downtown Hammond at turn of the century." Sunday Advocate. 11 January 1998. Concerning the Kidder Hotel. Photographs.

d. National Railway Historical Society 1974 Yearbook and Membership Directory.

e. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association minutes. 28 February 1975.

f. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Newsletter. Vol. 1, No. 4. April 1975.

g. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association minutes. 21 November 1974.

h. Southeast Louisiana Historical Association Newsletter. Vol. 1, No. 3. February 1975.

i. "Knights’ honor ‘Aunt Zuma’ Magee." The Era-Leader. 5 February 1986. Concerns the Knight family’s honoring of Zuma Magee on her 94th birthday.

2. Rick Miller’s research on Eugene Bunch (85 items)

a. "Death of an outlaw." Bob Landry. The Daily News. 18 November 1984. Article concerning the life and death of Eugene Bunch.

b. Letters from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 8 January 1980 - 23 October 1981. 29 pages.

c. "The Death of Bunch." Bob Landry. Tells of tales associated with Eugene Bunch.

d. "Team researches Muster Ground." The Era-Leader. 12 August 1981. Concerns Rick Miller’s visit to Franklinton.

e. Letters from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. June 1981 - February 1983. 16 pages. Research questions and details concerning life activities.

f. "Proof that Friend was Train Bandit was Surprise of J. L. Pounds’ Career." Bogalusa Daily News. 13 August 1953. Concerns the relationship between Joseph Leon Pounds and the train robber Eugene Bunch.

g. Letters from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee, Dauton Gibbs, and Vicki & Hunter Knight. 24 August 1981. Concerns his return to school and new Eugene Bunch information. 4 letters.

h. Letter from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 2 March 1981. Concerns photograph of Sheriff Burkhalter.

i. Letter from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 24 March 1983. Concerns acquisition of materials.

j. News clippings and letter concerning Rick Miller’s appointment as an attorney. February 1984. 5 items.

k. Letter from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 10 January 1984. Personal correspondence about life and Rick Miller’s new law practice.

l. Letter from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 6 September 1983. Concerns book review of The Train Robbing Bunch. With envelope.

m. "Ex-Police Chief’s Western Recommended." Gra’Delle Duncan. Killeen Daily Herald. 29 May 1983. Review of The Train Robbing Bunch.

n. Letter from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 2 August 1983. Concerns finishing law school.

o. Letter from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 11 November 1983. Concerns life and finishing law school. With envelope.

p. "Get well soon" card from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 8 December 1986. With envelope.

q. Christmas card from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 16 December 1986.

 

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2. Rick Miller’s research on Eugene Bunch (85 items) (continued)

r. Letter from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 10 April 1985. Concerns life affairs. W/envelope.

s. Letter from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 19 May 1984. Concerns life affairs.

t. Letter from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 29 April 1982. Concerns summer vacation plans.

u. Letter from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 24 February 1982. Concerns publishing of book.

v. "Eugene Bunch: Another Good Tale about a Bad Man." The Era-Leader. 13 June 1979. Article concerning Eugene Bunch.

w. Letters from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 8 October 1980 - 20 March 1981. Preliminary correspondence concerning the writing of a book on Eugene Bunch. 18 pages.

x. Letter from Rick Miller to Zuma Magee. 1 June 1981. Concerns research.

3. Poetry (61 items)a. Poems written by Zuma Magee for various Washington Parish residents and friends. Also includes poetry she liked and collected. 1980s.

4. Elderhostel paraphernalia (30 items)

a. Southeastern Louisiana University Elderhostel Program. 9-15 June 1985.

b. Letter from Joy Jackson to Zuma Magee. 14 May 1986. Concerns application to the Elderhostel. Includes registration forms and envelope.

c. Notes for C. Howard Nichols’ Elderhostel course. 1986.

d. "Jazz A Purely American Cultural Heritage." Rick Arnold. Article about the history and cultural influences upon the creation of jazz music. Includes diagrams.

e. History notes from C. Howard Nichols’ History 321.

f. Elderhostel flyer.

g. Letters from Dudley Johnson to Zuma Magee. March/April 1975. Concerns donation to the Archives. 2 letters.

h. Report cards for Zuma Magee. Southeastern Louisiana University. 1976-79. 5 items.

i. Receipt for Southeastern Louisiana University. Zuma Magee.

j. Enrollment slips for Zuma Magee. (2 copies)

k. Report cards for Zuma Magee. Southeastern Louisiana University. 1973.

l. GEB scores for Zuma Magee. (2 copies)

m. Letter from Helen Brumfield to Zuma Magee. 15 January 1973. Concerns the GED.

n. Elderhostel booklet. 15-21 June 1986.

o. Temporary facility use identification for Zuma Magee. 1985, 1986.

p. Brochure for Elderhostel in South Carolina. 1986.

q. "Bogalusans inducted into Gamma Beta Phi." Newspaper clipping.

r. "39 from parish were SLU honors." The Daily News. 4 June 1986. Washington Parish.

s. "Miss Zuma Magee attended Elderhostel Seminar at SLU." The Era-Leader. 3 July 1985. Concerns Zuma Magee and the Elderhostel program. (2 copies)

t. Receipt from Southeastern Development Foundation to Zuma Magee. 1984.

u. Report card for Zuma Magee from Southeastern Louisiana University. 1985. (2 copies)

v. Receipt for tuition for Zuma Magee. Spring 1985.

w. Elderhostel catalog. Winter/Spring 1987. Vol. 9, No. 1. Details programs contents for all areas and states involved.

 

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5. Birthday photographs (17 items)

a. Photocopied photographs of Zuma Magee at her 90th and her 92nd birthdays. Also includes pictures with her brothers Jay and Harrison Fendlason. 17 pages.

6. High school equivalency diploma (3 items)

a. State High School Equivalency Diploma for Franklinton High School awarded to Zuma Magee. 28 February 1973.

b. Newspaper clipping concerning Zuma Magee’s graduation.

c. Paper with overview of Zuma Magee’s education.

7. Honors, newspaper clippings, and various articles (52 items)

a. "American Biological Honors Local Resident." The Era-Leader. 23 May 1974. Honoring Zuma Magee for her genealogical research.

b. "Mrs. Magee, Miss Thomas attend Elderhostel week." 1986. Concerns Zuma Magee’s attendance of Southeastern Louisiana University’s Elderhostel program.

c. Membership card to the American Tree Association. 1932.

d. Prayer pledge card for Jaqueline Iompare.

e. Newspaper clipping regarding Zuma Magee and her life.

f. "Jackson residents attend reunion." Artie Varnado. The Watchmen. 25 June 1986. Concerns family reunion for Sylvest family.

g. "‘Aussies’ visited Mile Branch." Article about Reyn and Joy Keal’s visit to Mile Branch Settlement. Zuma Magee, pictured.

h. Letter from E. Russ Williams, Jr., to Zuma Magee. 23 July 1980. Concerns genealogy of Stubbs family. Northeast Louisiana University stationery.

i. Forward notice from Citizen’s Bank. Concerns John A. Fendlason’s death. 6 June 1925..

j. "Dental Care." Poem by Artie Sylvest Varnado. Dedicated to Dr. Joe Flowers. 1985. Reminiscent of old methods of dental care.

k. "College seniors vacation on campus." The Times-Picayune. 8 June 1986. Concerns Southeastern Louisiana University’s Elderhostel. Zuma Magee pictured.

l. "Birthday happiness is parties and Nonagenarian Zuma agrees." The Era-Leader. 9 February 1983. Concerns the birthdays of Zuma Magee. (2 copies)

m. "Mrs. Zuma Magee was recipient of an honorary appointment from Supt. Nix." Concerns School Board Superintendent J. Kelly Nix’s appointment of Zuma Magee as Honorary State Assistant Superintendent of Education.

n. Card from Gary to Zuma Magee. 4 March 1972. Concerns Zuma Magee’s 80th birthday.

o. "Shiloh Homemakers Club meeting held." The Era-Leader. 30 July 1986. Article concerning their special guest, Zuma Magee.

p. "Former resident Lauri Anne Sylvest wed to Allan Martin."

q. "Birthdays get better and better for our Nonagenarian, Miss Zuma." The Era-Leader. 3 February 1982. Concerns the 90th birthday celebrations for Zuma Magee.

r. "Fendlason roots old, still gather for reunions." Zuma Magee. 15 June 1983. Article concerns family history of the Fendlasons.

s. "Sylvests gather in Jackson, La." Zuma Magee. Concerns Sylvest family reunion.

 

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7. Honors, newspaper clippings, and various articles (52 items) (continued)

t. First Baptist Church Worship Guide and "The Ministry Presence in Louisiana." 1987. Concerns Zuma Magee’s involvement with WMU.

u. "Zuma Magee to speak to local working woman." Daily News.18 August 1985. Concerns Zuma Magee’s talk.

v. "A grad at last." 18 March 1973. Concerns Zuma Magee’s GED.

w. Christmas card from First Baptist Church.

x. Funeral program for Zuma Magee. 5 December 1986. (2 copies)

y. List of family records.

z. List of people present at the honoring of Zuma Magee at School Board. 1 February 1983.

aa. "Dixie Sylvest Moss honored." 28 June 1986. 80th birthday celebration.

bb. "From Mrs. Zuma’s Scrapbook." The Era-Leader. 2 March 1988. Concerns wealth of information gathered by Zuma Magee in the SLU Archives.

cc. Letter from Earle Brown to Zuma Magee. 17 May 1984. Thank you leter for her services.

dd. Song praising mail carriers.

ee. Newspaper photograph of Zuma Magee and Governor Dave Treen. The Era-Leader. 21 September 1983.

ff. Letter from Mrs. M. V. Mahnker to Zuma Magee. 26 May 1983. First Baptist Church of New Orleans stationery. Concerns her books.

gg. Letter from J. Kelly Nix to Zuma Magee. 5 December 1983. Thank you letter.

hh. Certificate of Special Assistant Superintendent of Education of Zuma Magee. Photocopy.

ii. "Mrs. Zuma Magee was recipient of an honorary appointment from Supt. Nix." The Era-Leader. 9 February 1983. Concerns Zuma Magee’s appointment as the Special Assistant Superintendent of Education.

jj. Letter from J. Kelly Nix to Zuma Magee. 28 October 1982. Statement to give her the honorary award.

kk. Clipping that mentions Zuma Magee. 10 February 1982.

ll. Certificate for Special Assistant Superintendent of Education for the State of Louisiana from J. Kelly Nix to Zuma Magee.

mm. "Franklinton Octogenarian earns high school diploma." The Era-Leader. 22 February 1973. Concerns Zuma Magee’s acquisition of a GED.

nn. "Mrs. Magee leads study for Baptist Women recently." November 1983. Concerns class taught by Zuma Magee.

oo. Photocopy of cashier’s checks from Zuma Magee’s estate. 19 June 1987.

pp. "Told at Waverly Club." The Era-Leader. 13 February 1975. Zuma Magee was a guest speaker at mid-winter meeting.

qq. "20 Years Ago." Newspaper clipping. Recollections by Zuma Magee.

rr. Newspaper photograph of Zuma Magee and J. Kelly Nix. Sunday News. 18 March 1973.

ss. Notes on Louisiana flag.

tt. Topics for Farm Bureau Award.

uu. "Sylvest family reunites in style." The Watchman. 11 July 1984. Concerns family reunion.

vv. "Fendlason reunion." Zuma Magee. The Era-Leader. 4 July 1984. Concern family reunion.



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