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Garnet Sublette Papers
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Chet L. Boeke donated the material in 2000.
Garnet Sublette was a schoolteacher and a farmer in rural Missouri. She resided in Montgomery County from her birth on July 2, 1910, to her death on April 16, 1994. It is not known whether she married or had any children.
Garnet was a direct descendent of Louis (Lewis) Soblet and Frances Hill of Virginia and also Abraham Soblet, a French Huguenot who came to America in 1700. Her parents were William Porter Sublette (born July 17, 1875; died November 19, 1947) and Emma Elizabeth Deardorff. She was one of eleven children, including Eula May, Ray, Woodrow Wilson, Goldie, Hurley, John, William, Ruth, Emma Lee, and Helen Pauline.
Garnet's great-grandfather, Joseph B. Sublette, was sentenced to Alton Prison, Illinois, after he was convicted of firing upon a train of Union soldiers on July 20, 1861. He died in prison on June 6, 1862, cause of death unknown. He had been among a group of four other men who were not charged. His sentence was for hard labor for the duration of the war. During the Civil War, the majority of Montgomery County were staunch secessionists.
Scope and Contents
The papers consist of incoming correspondence to Garnet Sublette and Mrs. Emma Sublette, Garnet's mother. The papers include bills of sale for livestock and receipts for purchases made for food and dry goods. Also included are the commitment papers for John Deardorff in California, a copy of a marriage license, a voter registration book for a November election, and three art magazines, circa 1920.
The collection is arranged chronologically. Four folders of undated correspondence were placed at the end of the collection.
Three newspapers from the collection were transferred to the Library: Missouri Ruralist , January 8, 1944; Todayâs Farmer , November 1981; and The Missouri Farmer , July 1951.
Numerous newspapers that the Library already has on microfilm were weeded out: St. Louis Globe-Democrat (Thursday Morning, September 9, 1948; Saturday Morning, October 16, 1948; September 14, 1947; Monday Morning, June 23, 1941; Friday Morning, March 21, 1941; Sunday, May 4, 1947; Thursday Morning, May 8, 1947; Thursday Morning, September 9, 1948; Sunday, August 26, 1956; Wednesday, December 16, 1981); The Weekly Kansas City Star (Wednesday, October 30, 1946; Wednesday, April 6, 1947); St. Louis Post Dispatch (Friday, August 27, 1948; Sunday Morning, February 19, 1950); Mother's-Home Life
and the Household Guest (February 1939); and The Mexico Ledger (Friday, June 28, 1991).
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Garnet Sublette Papers, Missouri Historical Society Archives, St. Louis.
Women -- Missouri -- Montgomery County
Sublette, Garnet, 1910-1994
Incoming Correspondence. 1898-1929 1 1 Incoming Correspondence. 1930-1939 1 2 Incoming Correspondence. 1940-1941 1 3 Incoming Correspondence. 1943 1 5 Incoming Correspondence. 1944 2 6 Incoming Correspondence. 1945 2 7 Incoming Correspondence. 1946 2 8 Incoming Correspondence. 1947-1948 2 9 Incoming Correspondence. 1950-1951 3 10 Incoming Correspondence. 1952-1953 3 11 Incoming Correspondence. 1954-1955 3 12 Incoming Correspondence. 1956 3 13 Incoming Correspondence. 1957 3 14 Incoming Correspondence. 1958 4 15 Incoming Correspondence. 1959 4 16 Incoming Correspondence. 1960-1964 4 17 Incoming Correspondence. 1965 Jan-Apr 4 18 Incoming Correspondence. 1965 May-1968 4 19 Incoming Correspondence. 1970-1973 5 20 Incoming Correspondence. 1974-1987 5 21 Art and Life Magazine . 1920s 5 22 Election Book and School Inspections. 1926; no date 5 23 Incoming Correspondence. No date 6 24 Incoming Correspondence. No date 6 25 Incoming Correspondence. No date 6 26 Incoming Correspondence. No date 6 27