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Clippings are from local newspapers written by journalists including Ruth Cupp, a North Charleston lawyer and local historian, on the history of Liberty Hill, St. Peter's African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church, and generally about the Lecque family.
St. Peter's African Methodist Episcopal Church-National Register of Historic Places Application Materials, 1990
Arnold William and Wilhemena Jordan Lecque
Contains funeral programs, photos, and biographies of Arnold William Lecque, Sr. and Wilhemena Jordan Lecque.
Land Transfer Agreements
Includes the 1941 agreement that states Rosa Lecque Wilson and Beulah Lecque Haig are transfering their two-thirds of their parent's (Minnie Lecque and Elijah Lecque) land to their sister-in-law, Anna Lecque. Additional documents include the deed of conveyance from Josephine E. Furman to Anna Lecque dated September 23, 1958, regarding 1.62 acres on Liberty Hill Road.
Lecque Family Photographs
Contains one photo of Anna Scott Lecque enclosed within orignal holder and one photo of unidentified male family member.