John G. Newberry Scrapbook Collection
Scope and Contents
Chief Newberry's wife, Eunice, probably compiled this small scrapbook of clippings and the related loose items and donated them to the Columbus College Archives.
It contains a small scrapbook of clippings, 1941-1949, and similar materials dealing with Newberry and his term as the Columbus, Georgia Chief of Police; a photograph of Judge Hubert Calhoun as a boy; an article about the John Frank Stringfellow murder case in which Chief Newberry was involved; and a photograph, brief biography, and obituary of Edmund Wesley Joines (1833-1900), who served as a Columbus policeman in the 1870s and 1880s. Joines was a Confederate veteran captured several times by Union forces after the Battle of Gettysburg.
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Biographical / Historical
John G. Newberry (1893-1965) served in the Columbus Police Department from 1919 until 1953. During the latter years he was Chief.
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