Description:

 

Documents related to Weimar and to the history of the Grant family collected and created by Mary Edith Grant (1913-2002), who during her life was a school teacher and active member of the First United Methodist Church in Weimar. The collection was donated to the library by her estate.  

 

Contents:

 

Weimar schools, report cards of Mary Grant, 1919-1930 (1-1)

Weimar city centennial celebration flyer, 1973 (1-2)

First United Methodist Church, Weimar, centennial celebration, planning of, 1974 (1-3)

First United Methodist Church, Weimar, centennial celebration, tickets to, 1974 (1-4)

First United Methodist Church, Weimar, centennial celebration, program for, 1974 (1-5)

First United Methodist Church, Weimar, centennial celebration, commemorative booklet, 1974 (1-6)

Narrative of the McCormick family trip from Virginia to Texas in 1858, written by Mary Dona McCormick (1-9)

 

Correspondence regarding employment of Mary Grant:

    E. O. Tanner to Mary Grant, April 3, 1940 (1-7)

    Henry J. Laas to Pat H. Norwood, April 6, 1940 (1-7)

    Guy T. McBride to Mary Grant, June 20, 1940 (1-7)

    Guy T. McBride to R. H. Mayfield, June 24, 1940 (1-7)

 

Personal correspondence:

    Kimberly B. to Mary Grant, undated (1-8)

    Ferdinand P. Herff to Mary Grant, October 4, 1939 (1-8)

    Lucien Grant (brother) to Mary Grant, December 1945 (1-8)

    Sister M. Andrea to Mary Grant, January 13, 1968 (1-8)

    Sister M. Andrea to Mary Grant, June 5, 1968 (1-8)

    Mary Grant to Franco Harris, 1975 (1-8)

    Janice to Mary Grant, November 7, 1977 (1-8)

    “On Giving” by George Voorhees, March 11, 1990 (1-8)

 

Grant family history material (1-10 through 1-15)