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Cooper-Phillips family papers, 1857

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kukm1m66m37 Cooper-Phillips family papers, 1839-1911, bulk 1857-1866 66M37 Finding aid prepared by Katie L.B. Henningsen, Access Archivist University of Kentucky Special Collections Special Collections Margaret I. King Building, North Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 (859) 257-8611 SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU 1/10/2011 This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2011-09-07T08:11-0400 Description is in English. Describing Archives: A Content Standard Cooper-Phillips family papers 66M37 University of Kentucky Special Collections 0.45 Cubic feet 1 box Bulk, 1857-1866 1839-1911 The Cooper-Phillips family papers document the family of Spencer Cooper, a Lexington, Kentucky clergyman and his daughter Annie's family with Theodore Phillips. Cooper family. Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Conditions Governing Use note The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections. Preferred Citation note 66M37 : [identification of item], Cooper-Phillips family papers, 1839-1911, bulk 1857-1866, University of Kentucky Special Collections. Biographical note Spencer Cooper, a Methodist minister from Lexington, Kentucky, had two daughters Anna (Annie) and Virginia. In 1869, Annie married Theodore B. Phillips an accountant for W.S. Hume and Co., distillers of sour mash, bourdon, rye and malt whiskies. Virginia married Daniel Carmichael Wickliffe a lawyer and editor of the Lexington Observer and Reporter and Kentucky Secretary of State under Governor James Fisher Robinson. Scope and Contents note The Cooper-Phillips family papers consist of letters, receipts, and business papers created by the family of Spencer Cooper, a Lexington, Kentucky clergyman. Included are several letters concerning the Civil War from Cooper's children, all of whom supported the Union. Letters dating from the 1880s and 1890s were created by the family of Annie Cooper and her husband, Theodore Phillips. Arrangement note Collection is arranged by format. Cooper family. Cooper, Spencer, 1787-1839 Observer and reporter. (Lexington, Ky.) Phillips family. Phillips, Annie, (Anna), Cooper Phillips, Theodore B. W.S. Hume and Co. Wickliffe family. Wickliffe, Daniel Carmichael, 1810-1870 Wickliffe, Virginia, Cooper Kentucky--Genealogy. Liquor industry--Kentucky--History--19th century. United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Public opinion. Correspondence I. 1839-1893 General 1 1 1839-1868 Scope and Contents note This folder contains invitations and announcements received by the Cooper family, as well as correspondence in which the recipient or sender could not be clearly identified; some documents are undated. General to Anna Cooper 1 2 [11 February 1858]-11 September 1865 Scope and Contents note This folder contains letters written to Anna Cooper from friends and relatives, including nieces and nephews. General to Anna Cooper 1 3 21 January 1867-15 June 1881 Scope and Contents note This folder contains letters written to Anna Cooper by friends and relatives, including nieces and nephews; some documents are undated. General to Mary H. Cooper 1 4 18 April 1853-4 April 1863 Scope and Contents note This folder contains letters and invitations received by Mary Cooper from her children and friends; some documents are undated. Ellen Cooper to Anna Cooper 1 5 24 September [1861]-5 July 1863 Georgeanna Cooper to Anna Cooper 1 6 7 February 1857-1 October 1866 Helen Cooper to Anna Cooper 1 7 18 September 1857-28 February 1859 Henry Cooper to Anna Cooper 1 8 9 September 1857-23 July 1864 Jane Cooper to Anna Cooper 1 9 23 December 1857-187[1] September Sallie Cooper (Venable) to Anna Cooper 1 10 17 September 1861-29 November [1869]; undated Wickliffe Cooper to Anna Cooper 1 11 29 September 1863-7 March 1865 Theodore B. Phillips 1 12 6 November 1888-1893 Wickliffe (Cooper), Virginia to Anna Cooper 1 13 [22 March 1865]-1 May 1866 Records II. 1855-1911 Scope and Contents note This series contains documents pertaining to the Cooper and Phillps families, including receipts for family and housefold expenses, invitations and accouncements, stock certificates, and pamphlets. Cooper family receipts 1 14 1855-1859 Phillips family documents 1 15 1864-1889, 1910-1911 Photographs III. 1888 Scope and Contents note This series contains two photographs retained by the Cooper and Phillips families. General John Hunt Morgan and Martha Ready 1 16 undated "Office at Coal Mines Lily Laurel Co. Ky." 1 17 1888 April