E.T. WINN PAPERS

Manuscript MS-095

1893-1895

 

SOURCE: Troup County Superior Court Records, 1987 SIZE: .1 linear feet

SHELVING UNITS: 1 file folder

PROCESSING: RA, 1992

 

SOURCE NOTE

E.T. Winn served as Clerk of Court in Troup County from 1887 to 1896. These personal papers were found when the court records were cataloged at Troup County Archives between 1985 and 1987.

 

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

Nine items of correspondence relate mostly to politics. Winn's acquaintances solicited his advice and support on local and national issues and offered opinions on his political career.

 

CONTAINER LIST

Folder 1

Item 1 Funeral notice for Mrs. E.T. Winn, Thursday 9 March 1893

2 T.J. Eady to Col. Edd Winn, 24 May 1894 thanking Winn for support in election

3 R.R. Butts(?) to E.T. Winn, 30 May 1894 apologizing for offending Winn's daughter

4 R.R. Butts(?) to Miss Vela Winn, 30 May 1894 apologizing for unnamed offense

5 E.T. Winn to Frank Potts, 13 June 1894 apologizing for offending Potts' father

6 J.W. Burdett to E.T. Winn, 5 January 1895 discussing the populist movement in national and local politics

7 E.T. Winn to G.W. Allen, 16 March 1895 arranging transportation to Confederate Veterans Convention in Houston, TX

8 J.T. Boykin to E.T. Winn, 28 April 1895 asking Winn's help in settling a case pending against him

9 Wade H. Reynolds to E.T. Winn, 1 October 1895 asking Winn's help in securing a job in LaGrange

 

TRACINGS

Troup County Clerk of Court Winn family