1) Laminated excerpt from Statesboro Herald (Monday, July
12, 1982; p. 10; 33 x 23 cm.), containing story, by Dr. Kemp Mabry, on
Bunce home: "Bunce family to host tours of new home."
2) Living/Homes section of Savannah Morning
News (Monday, August 29, 1983; p. 1-8B; 60 x 35 cm.), containing story
on Bunce home: "Farmhouse, built in 1887, undergoes a transformation."
3) Laminated leaf of Statesboro Herald (Sunday, September
2, 1990; p. 7-8A; 60 x 35 cm.), containing full-page story, illustrated,
on Bunce home: "Bunces fulfill role as stewards of history."
4) Letter (2 leaves, 26 x 20 cm.) to Mrs. Rhoda Quinn,
Danburgh, Wilkes County, Georgia, from Yallabusha, Mississippi, January
16, 1843. (Original)
5) Photocopy of Number 4 on acid-free paper
6) Transcript of Number 4, typed by Joyce Perkerson Poole, 17
7) Excerpt from Statesboro Herald (Tuesday, October 28,
1986; p. 1B, 34 x 25 cm.), containing story on Miss Emma Eugenia Hill:
"'Aunt Gene' feted on 89th birthday."
8) Excerpt from Statesboro Herald, undated, containing
captioned illustration of Isaac Bunce at Southeastern Liquid Systems
Seminar at Statesboro (14 x 14 cm.)
9) Excerpt from Statesboro Herald, undated, uncaptioned:
illustration of Isaac Bunce talking to farmer (13 x 9 cm.)
10) Black-and-white photograph (26 x 31 cm.) of Isaac Bunce, with
seven other men, demonstrating U. S. Department of Agriculture Research
11) Black-and-white photograph (26 x 21 cm.) of James Arthur
Bunce speaking with Roy Kelly of the Soil Conservation Service, in oat
fields yielding 75 bushels per acre [May 1951]
12) Black-and-white photograph (26 x 21 cm.) of James Arthur
Bunce at his farm, tending cows
13) Black-and-white photograph (26 x 21 cm.) of six men,
including James Arthur Bunce, who have won awards for soil conservation
14) Booklet (32 p.; 21cm.) - The Gracious Ladies of Georgia
salute the Old South on the occasion of their 12th anniversary, Columbus
Convention and Trade Center, April 7-8, 1988. Mrs. Nona Bunce was a
Gracious Lady in 1988.
15) Color snapshot (15 x 11 cm.) of Gracious Ladies, including
Mrs. Nona Bunce, at a gathering
16) Excerpt from Statesboro Herald (17 x 17 cm.) reporting
annual banquet of Gracious Ladies of Georgia, with illustration showing
Mrs. Rosalynn Carter, Special Recognition Award winner, with the Gracious
Ladies [April 1988]
17) Plastic reel (7.5 cm.) of 8 mm. film, containing shots of
Miss Sophia Bunce on Easter Sunday 1961, cows owned by "Uncle Fred," E. B.
Newton's home, 1961, and J. Walter Hendricks, first principal of First
District A & M School, James Arthur Bunce and Walter Scott
18) General Excellence Award, given to James
Arthur Bunce, 1909, First District A & M School. (He was a member of
first graduating class, 1910.) Enclosed in glassed frame, 14 x 9 cm.
19) Supplement to Statesboro Herald: 75 Years of
Georgia Southern, June 11, 1982 (20 p.: ill.; 36 cm.)
20) Clipping (21 x 13 cm.) from Bulloch Times, May 23
[1911-1914], concerning commencement exercises at "1st District Aggie"
21) Report card, laminated, of [James] Arthur Bunce (28 x 22
cm.), May 24, 1910, First District A & M School
22) Letter, laminated (27 x 19 cm.), to Mr. & Mrs. [James]
Arthur Bunce from Marvin and Anna Pittman, December 21, 1941, with
23) Letter to Isaac and Nona Bunce, 2 May 1988, from "Mabel," on
card showing Cherry Cottage in Washington, Georgia (Mrs. Bunce's hometown)
24) Letter to Isaac, Nona and Emogene Bunce, 3 May 1988, from
"Gwendolyn," on card showing First United Methodist Church, Washington,
25) Copy of The Georgia Herald, a supplement to the
Statesboro Herald, Volume 8 (Tuesday, August 10, 1976), p. -76
26) Photocopy of list of births of African-Americans (born
1807-1840), found by Virginia Kern in 1956
27) Typed transcript of Number 26
28) Photocopy of article on black genealogy from The Atlanta
Journal and Constitution (Sunday, February 15, 1987), unpaged: "Study
of black family heritage can yield rich story."
29) Excerpt from the Statesboro Herald, no date, portrait:
"William James, one of the city's best educators."
30) Program for the 250th observance of the black churches,
Historical First African Baptist Church, [Statesboro, Georgia], Sunday,
December 11, 1983.
31) Address of Isaac Bunce on the Salzburgers, 10-page
typescript. Given to the Bulloch County Historical Society, 1995 or 1996