James Fenton Bryant Papers
Scope and Contents
Correspondence, 1873-1903, of Dr. James Fenton Bryant. Chiefly, 1885-1888, with Margaret (Gunter) Bryant of Enfield, North Carolina who became his second wife. The letters concern their courtship and marriage. The collection also includes some letters from Margaret Gunter's sister, and her cousins at Richmond, Virginia, Lynchburg, Virginia and Tarborough, North Carolina; account books and a diary of Dr. Bryant.
- Creation: 1873-1903
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James Fenton Bryant was a physician, mayor, school superintendent and candidate for Congress who lived in Franklin, Virginia.
146.00 Linear Feet
Gift of 121 items (Acc. 1985.43) and 25 items (Acc. 1987.04) by Rev. and Mrs. Joseph J. Jones, Jr. in memory of their daughter Martha Randolph Jones.
Processed by Jennifer Veley and Karen Woodall during 1987-1988. Box and Folder List compiled by Amy White, SCRC Staff, in October 2010.
- Guide to the James Fenton Bryant Papers
- Jennifer Veley and Karen Woodall.
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