DAVIDSON, WILLIAM H., 1913-2006.

Biography:

Historian. Born-May 30, 1913, West Point, Ga. Parents Robert C. and Annie D. Davidson. Military service, U.S.Army, World War II.  Worked for West Point Pepperell for forty seven years; title and historical researcher in a legal office. Charter member of the Chattahoochee Valley Historical Society; later vice president and president of that organization; member of the Alabama Historical Association; member of the Board of Directors of Bradshaw Regional Library as a representative of Cobb Memorial Archives. Died August 30, 2006.

Source:

Files at Alabama Department of Archives and History.

Publication(s):

Architectural Heritage of West Point-Lanett in the Chattahoochee Valley; in Compliment to Georgia Architectural Seminar and Tour of Georgia College. West Point, Ga.; s.n., 1975.

Brooks of Honey and Butter; Plantations and People of Meriwether County, Georgia. Alexander City, Ala.; Outlook Publishing Co., 1971.

One Hundred Fifty Years of West Point Methodism, 1830-1980. West Point, Ga.; First United Methodist Church, 1980.

Pine Log and Greek Revival; Houses and People of Three Counties in Georgia and Alabama. Alexander City, Ala.; Outlook Publishing Co., 1964.

Proudest Inheritance; a Bicentennial Tribute of the Chattahoochee Valley Historical Society. S.l.; s.n., 1975.

Word From Camp Pollard. West Point, Ga.; Hester Printing, 1978.

Young Folks’ Primer of Historic West Point, Georgia. West Point, Ga.; Hester’s Print Shop, 1960.

Papers;

The Cobb Memorial Archives at Bradshaw Regional Library hold papers related to William H. Davidson’s historical research.