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Algood Family collection

 Unprocessed
Identifier: 2018-0004

Content Description

This collection contains financial records, receipts, and other materials that belonged to Henry Algood (1860-1934) and his wife, Frances "Fannie" Crutcher Algood (1862-1936). Henry Algood, a druggist who owned Algood Pharmacy, was the son of Joel Algood, for whom the town of Algood was named. Fannie Algood traveled across the United States purchasing ladies' hats and accessories to sell to the women of Putnam County.

Acquisition Type

Gift

Provenance

These materials were found in the Cookeville collection, which has been dismantled. The Algood Family collection was created by the Tennessee Tech Archives and Special Collections.

Restrictions Apply

No

Dates

  • 1859-01-01 - 1934-12-29

Inventory

Ten of Henry Algood's Tennessee Board of Pharmacy certificates (1899-1908), a letter from The Marsha Company Perfumers to Henry Algood (1928), Henry Algood's receipt from Warren Bros. Co. (1904), one volume containing a photographic film order log (unknown date), one volume containing Henry Algood's financial records (unknown date), one volume containing Henry Algood's financial records with receipts and other items tipped in (1859-1861), one volume containing Fannie Algood's records of payments for hats and hat materials (1889-1895), one volume containing Algood Family financial records (1904-1906), one volume containing a log of pharmacy purchases (1899-1900), a series of Algood family financial records (1933-1934), one volume of accounts received (1923-1925), one volume containing records of pharmacy purchases (1902-1907), one volume containing records of pharmacy purchases (1900-1901), one volume containing records of pharmacy payments (1905)