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Name Bramlette, Thomas Elliott, 1817-1875
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Temple, William Montgomery, 1893-1967 -

The collection consists chiefly of autograph letters, especially those of Kentucky governors covering the period from 1805 to 1951 (50 items); other manuscript documents, which were collected for their autographical value, dating from 1715-1941 (16 items); and Temple's articles and notes about Bowling Green, centering on the post office and fire department during the years of 1901 to 1964 (14 items).

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Bramlette, Thomas Elliott, 1817-1875 -

Letter, 24 July 1861, from Bramlett, Columbia, Kentucky to William H. Seward, U.S. Secretary of State, Washington, D.C. in which he condemns Judge Thomas B. Moore and others as traitors and offers J.T. Boyle, who is loyal to the Union, as a replacement.

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Taylor, Richard F. -

Richard F. Taylor's commissions received as a member of the Ohio County, Kentucky milita, 1861, and the Middle Green River Battalion Volunteer Militia, 1865. Also promissory notes, 1875 (3).

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McKnight, James -

Original land grant, 20 November 1866, by which Thomas E. Bramlette, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to James McKnight, assignee in part of B. Q. Hewlett, 150 acres in Hopkins County, Kentucky.

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Prentis Family -

Letters to James Prentis, 1836-1869; family letters to Lucy Prentis, Petersburn, Virginia, 1838-1842; family letters to Margaret Prentis, 1867-1909; letters and essays of James Prentis written to friends and newspaper editors expressing his views as a Union supporter, 1861-1867; and miscellaneous items.

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Bramlett, Thomas Elliott, 1817-1875 -

Letter written by Thomas Elliott Bramlette, Louisville, Kentucky, to President Andrew Johnson, Washington, D.C., concerning recommendation that Bramlette had made for a state political appointment which he wants disregarded as he has learned that the man recommended "is a radical of the negro suffrage and impeachment school."

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Bramlette, Thomas Elliott -

Facsimile of proclamation issued by Governor Thomas Elliott Bramlette to the people of Kentucky, to observe 4 May 1865 as a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer because of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination.

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Tuttle, John William, 1837-1927 -

"History of the Third Kentucky Volunteers" written by John William Tuttle, Wayne County, Kentucky, from a diary that he kept of his Civil War experiences. Includes associated data.

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Porter, Nathaniel, 1797-1871 -

Original land grant, 16 November 1866, by which Thomas E. Bramlette, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to Nathaniel Porter 25 acres in Butler County.

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Long, G. P. -

Original land grant, 1 May 1866, by which Thomas E. Bramlette, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to G. P. Long 26 acres in Allen County, Kentucky.

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Hines, Paul Booker -

Original land grant, 1865 November 22, by which Thomas E. Bramlette, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to Paul Booker Hines 14 acres in Warren County.

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Hines, Paul Booker -

Original land grant, 1865 November 22, by which Thomas E. Bramlette, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to Paul Booker Hines 14 acres in Warren County.

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Burton, Peter D. -

Orignial land grant, 1864 August 25 by which Thomas Bramlette, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to Peter D. Burton 50 acres in Warren County, Kentucky.

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Copy of an address by the First Kentucky Regiment on the Presentation of a Flag to Col. Bramlette, by the Ladies of Lexington, by W. F. Marvin Thou lov'd cherished Banner by beauty enrolled, And baring thy bosom of azure and gold; Float wide to the breeze in the hand of the brave, Till Freedom shall wave thee o'er Tyranny's grave. On, on, while a foeman to Liberty's cause Raise a hand against thee, and our Union's laws; May a coward ne'er sully thy folds with his breath, But they stars shine more brightly o'er victory or death. In the thick of the Battle we'll guard thee with pride — Though thousands may fall — gather still by thy side, While Beauty and Duty, the watch-words

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SBK201

Scrapbook compiled by Elizabeth Lucille Forgy. Includes photographs of Lewisburg High School girls basketball players, classmate's autographs, programs, newspaper clippings, calling cards and handwritten notes, photographs.