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John Phillip Isenhower Collection
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Title: John Phillip Isenhower Collection
Creator: Isenhower, John Phillip (August 20, 1870 - August 18, 1964), and various churches
Provenance: Donated by John Phillip Isenhower’s nephew, James C. Isenhower, on June 1, 1995.
Extent: 3 linear ft (4 boxes)
Date Range: c. 1809-1965
Languages: English
Restrictions: None
Scope and Content: This collections contains J. P. Isenhower's personal papers such as correspondence, sermon notes, and material from his time served in the South Carolina House of Representatives. There are also Salem Baptist Association Files from 1849 and 1853, as well as land maps and deeds from Mary Gibson and William Thompson.
Arrangement: Arranged by material type. Box 1- Correspondence and Papers, Box 2 - Notebooks, Box 3 - Miscellaneous and Salem Baptist Association Files, Box 4 - Oversize. The letter informing Isenhower of his election to the S.C. House of Representatives, dated November 30, 1932, can be found in Folder 9, Box 1. The November 1893 issue of The Furman Echo was taken out of the collection and catalogued with the Echo issues in Special Collections and Archives.
Collection Inventory
Location: Manuscript Collection
Accession #: 1997-004