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Rank, Otto, 1884-1939. 
Papers, ca. 1903-30. 
ca. 25 boxes. 

In Colombia University Libraries. 
*» „J P 5S" atri! ?- Correspondence, MSS. of Bank's writings daybooks. 
f* Tf^ k Z* v re / uns ' poems - and otner PaP^s bfand about B^ 
£2^ ™ M 6 22L* ■"" KOastter, and Bani's own listing and^- 
tottm ?l^W^ b ^w^ d „ P S , i!S tl 2 n S_5* e "rrespo^ce todules 
IS^L \T_^ } t, 6 *^ 1 ! 8611 Sigmund Freud and Bank, some on the 
controversy over Rank's book The trauma of birthTa fewTrtes to 

letters (1920-24) by members of the Inner circle. Ahraham iiSn-«r 
Sandor Ferencd^igmnnd Fiend, Enlest J^and b£T ^^ 
Gift of Jessie Taf t and Mrs. Pierre Simon, 1957 ^^ 

MS 62-1 

Curtis, John Green, 1844-1913. 

Letters. 

ca. 500 items. 

In Colombia University libraries. 
♦ ^°K^S° r rtttoJXcloo at Columbia University. Letters rdattoe 
to the history of medicine, psychology and vivisection. >«attog 

MS 62-2 

Hume, Edward Hicks, 1876-1957. 
Papers, 183&V1928. 
2 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 
In part, transcripts. 
Physician and educator. Notes, articles, and pamphlets relatm* 

Srf !X?5V, ChiD /' S 1U . Dese Mlefs a^health^d^lcTZ? 
ters, and folk legends of the Chinese people. Some of tfaettMeaTi* 
transcripts from Chinese periodicals aid health reports. 

MS 62-3 

United Peace Chest, Philadelphia. 

_ Records, 1937-47. 

Wk ca.2ft 

~lection FrlendS Historical Ubra ry of Swarthmore College, Peace Col- 
li Ji°^f POndeDCe ' Scutes, Paucity material, financial reports, pub- 
hcations agreement^ and other noncurrent records, ofTfund P o£ 
SSSSli^- raiSe an ? afsbnrse m o»ey to carry on the work in the 
l?, 1 '** f 1P R n t la TV^L " 8 pMifist «*«•<*», including the Phtla- 
Jwi, £*£* ° f . the f^ owsni P of Keconciliation, the NaHbnal 
Coundl for Prevention of War, and the Pennsylvania Branch of tte 
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom! 

MS 62-4 

Women's Peace Union. 

Records, 1921-41. 
18 ft 

lection 1 ™ 611 *' HiSt0rical Librai 3' of Swarthmore College, Peace Col- 
_ ^Correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records, press releases, 
dippings, scrapbooks, publications, and other paper! canZLSIn^L 
Union's agitation for a proposed constitudonaf aTentoe^t aSfli^! 
Jw^r??^?* P * 6 ™ of tte United st »tes, and contSroC the 
New York city disarmament parade of 192L Persons nalned tadude 
Lynn Joseph Frazler, U. S. Senator from North Dakota. 

MS62-5 
Howell, Anna Hazen, caZfectar. 

Genealogical and other papers, 1838-1904. 

c&. 500 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections 

Presented by the estate of Anna Hazen Howell, 1936. 
* MS 62-6 

Taylor, Henry Charles, 1873- 

Papers, 1925-55. 

ca. 300 Items. 

In Virginia Historical Society colecUons 

Agricultural economist Correspondence, genealogical notes. «nrt 
rS-j!S 11 ^ a f teriaI seeming th^HTbTj^ ffiiebre^ 
Lewis, Martin, Tarpley, and Taylor families, and photos, of IS 
Wmam Taylor, Henry Charles Taylor, and Marf SbSw ZmS 

Gift of Henry Charles Taylor, 1959. 

MS 62-7 



Goldberger, Joseph, 1874-1929. 

Papers, 1891-1949. 

ca. 2 f t 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (1641) 

Medical researcher. Correspondence, scrapbooks, biographical ma- 
terials, and other papers, concerning Goldberger's field work .and re- 
search on pel.lagra and other diseases for the U. a Public Health 
Service. Includes papers of his widow relating to artldes, radio 
broadcasts, motion picture scripts, and other means of lnterDrettoe 
Goldberger's life and work to the public. »»«•*•■■ 

Unpublished description in the library 

Gift of Mrs. Goldberger, 1949. 

MS 62-8 

Jacksonville, Or. Museum. 

Collection of theses. 

11 items. 

In Jacksonville (Or.) Museum. 

Theses on the history of the First Presbyterian Church of Ashland, 
Baptist beginnings In Oregon, slavery in Jackson Comity, history of 
Southern Oregon College, history of Medford public schools, history of 
Eagle Point Flour Mill, Eagle Point Or, history of the Ashland Fire 
Department the Henry Brown family, the Blrdseye family the 
Stephen P. Taylor family, and the life of Samuel Oolver of Phoenix, 

MS 62-9 

Parrish, Morris Longstreth, 1867-1944. 
Papers, 1833-65. 
18 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections 
Scrapbooks containing dippings, engravings, business cards, and 
pojtearas: photograph albums: and letter books of Richard Price 

Gift of Mr. Parrish, 1943. 

MS 62-10 



Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. 

Records, 1853-64. 

50 items. 

In West Virginia University Library (522) 
iJ£?UV maP ' tetegramvand other items. Letter book copies of 
«t £Z.ZJ «no™ railroad officials from B. L Jacobs, a B. 4 O. agent 
msSK^KJ?^?' : J? ap sao** 1 * tracks and mileage to several states 
J££?i : ( ?5L Wa £f2 e8nuns of Jaxnes BranB - P~vost marshal, second 
dlsttrt of West Virginia at Grafton (1864) ; and other items? ^^ 

Gift of Louis W.Smith, 1953. ^^ 

MS 62-11 



Pearly John M 1838?-1873, collector. 

Confederate Navy papers, 1863-65. 

ca. 600 Items. 

In Connecticut State Library. 

Naval paymaster. Papers collerted while serving on the Confed- 
erate ship Morgan. Persons mentioned Indude Franklin Buchanan 
and Stephen Russell Mallory. ™uiomui 

«J5T?" Bly _J'I? e i* y f 08 * no - 17 of *** Connecticut Dept of the 
Grand Army of the Bepuhllq and, after 1920, by William s. WeDs 

-MS62-1^ 

Kske, Thomas Scott, 1865-1944 

Correspondence, 1891-1926. 

19 boxes. 

In Columbia Universly Libraries. 

Professor of mathematics. Personal and professional corresDond- 
eweof Fiske, together with the correspondence of the MarhenSSo 
Dept of Columbia University of which Flake was chairman forlnany 
£^, C ^ ? 16 "*™ received by Fiske from contemporary niathe- 
jnatldans. teachers and organizations In the field. 

MS 62-13 

Lynch and Aymer. 

Records, 1790-1878. 

ca. 2300 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence, bills of lading, receipts, orders, dearance papers, 
and other business papers of a firm which carried on Its business to 
the West Indies and, In a lesser way, to Europe and the East trading 
to fruit silk, rum, brandy, wine, window glass, and earthenware. In- 
cludes correspondence of the home office to New York with agents to 
other ports and with captains of vessels -*—»• «« 

MS 62-14 



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Livingston, Arthur, 1883- collector. 

Livingston collection of Venetian documents, ca. 15th.-18fcn 
cent 

ca. ISO items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Literary manuscripts and political papers and documents relating 
to Venice and Venetian .families. Including a group of the Busenello 
family papers, a series of moral and political sonnets In the Venetian 
dialect by Angelo Mario Labia (1709-1775), and a number of other 
papers related to the Viscordi family and the Venetian state; together 
with ca. 40 papers dealing with buildings and real estate in and around 
Venice In the 16th, lTth, and 18th centuries. 

Gift of the family of Arthur Livingston, 1914. 

MS 63-15 

Hicklin, Young. 

Papers of Young and John K. Hicklin, 1876-1929. 

63 folders. 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

Correspondence, accounts, receipts, bankbooks, and miscellaneous 
papers of members of a Lexington, Lafayette Co, Ma pioneer family. 
The letters discuss lost farm »iii"«'«, malaria, general family affairs, 
and business matters. 

Deposited by Jack Hicklin. 

MS 62-16 

Jeanroy, Alfred, 1859-1953. 

Papers, 1727-1953. 

ca. 300 items and 50 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Papers relating to the Middle Ages, and especially to French poetry 
of this period. Includes preparatory notes for works planned by 
Jeanroy (professor of romance literature and philology at the Sor- 
bonne) ; material for new editions of his published writings; 41 note- 
books containing the texts of his lectures ; pamphlets by Jeanroy and 
his colleagues; MSS. by the novelist Mme. B. A Jeanroy; and old 
family letters, marriage contracts, wills, military and le^l parch- 
ments, and other personal papers. 

MS 62-17 

Batch, George BeaH, 1821-1908. 

Papers, 1830-1924. 

410 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (1591) 

Naval officer. Correspondence, i jports, orders, and other papers, 
chiefly concerning Batch's career and service at Washington, Phila- 
delphia, and the Pacific Station, and on various ships, Including the 
St. Mary's, In Panama (ISaVs) ; the Plymouth, with the Perry expe- 
dition to Japan; the Payano, which sank off Mexico; and the Poca- 
hontas end the Pawnee, along the South Carolina coast during the 
Civil War. Includes • journal of the sloop of war Cyane (1838-40), 
and an order book and letterbook from the Pawnee (1862-65) 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. George W. Lay and Malcolm K. Gordon, 1949. 

MS 62-18 rev 
Bragg, Braxton, 1817-1876. 

Correspondence, 1853-63. 

27 Items. 

In University of Texas library, Texas Archives. 

U. S. and Confederate officer, planter, and engineer. Letters from 
his wife, Ellsa E. Bragg, and a letter to Mrs. Bragg from a friend, 
containing some discussion of military events and figures. 

Unpublished Index In the library. 

Purchased from Charles Heartman, 1944. 

MS 62-19 
Eoenig, Nicholas August, 1882-1956. 

Papers, ca. 1910-40. 

14 boxes. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

University professor. MSS. of writings and notes dealing with 
Koenlg's researches in the fields of Near Bast archaeology and Arabic, 
Aramaic, and other ancient inngnngi»B 

Gift of Heinrich P. Suhr. 

MS 62-20 
Tannenhaum, Samuel Aaron, 1874?-1948. 

Papers, 1908-43. 

ca. 5 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (1920) 

In part, transcripts. 

Physician, writer, and editor. Correspondence, bibliographies, 
articles, notes, and other material pertaining to Tannenbaum's studies 
in 16th and 17th century English literature. 

Unpublished description In the library. 

MS 62-21 



Stokes, James Graham Phelps, 1872-1960. 

Papers, 1884-1950's. 

85 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Philanthropist and publicist Correspondence, Journals, diaries, 
financial records, and other papers relating to the numerous social, «A 
sociological, political, civic, and philanthropic organisations wlth^V 
which Stokes was associated. Prominent among them are the Amer- 
ican Alliance for Labor and Democracy, Constitutional Democracy 
Association, Legal Aid Society, National Security League, Outdoor 
Becreation League, Prison Association of New York, Socialist Demo- 
cratic League and National Party, and the Y. M. C. A. 

Gift of Mr. Stokes. 

MS 62-22 

Martin, E Barton. 

Correspondence, 1856-87. 

228 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Confederate officer, salesman, and rancher, of Selma, Ala. Chiefly 
letters written by Martin to his wife while he was a traveling sales- 
man In Texas (1873-84) Includes letters written during Martin's 
courtship, illustrating social customs of the time, and letters written 
while he was in the Confederate Army, describing conditions in Ten- 



MS 62-23 



Card Index In the library. 
Acquired, 1949. 



Johnston, Thomas Dillard, 1840-1902. 

Papers, 1845-96. 

700 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (1777 and 2773) 

Lawyer, Confederate soldier. State legislator, businessman, and 
U.S. Representative from North Carolina. Legislative, legal, and 
business correspondence and other papers of Johnston (mostly of the 
1870*8) and of other members of his family. Includes letters to Annio 
Johnston Weaver (1880*8 acd 1890's), scattered business papers of 
William Johnston of WaynesvOle. N. C, and 5 volumes pertaining to 
members of the Dillard, Johnston, and Weaver families. _» 

Gift of Verna Bhoades, 1944-50. A 

MS 62-24 

Hackett, Robert Franklin. 

Papers, 1752-1942. 

616 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col 
lection (1040) 

Physician, of Wilkes Co, N. C. Chiefly personal and family corre- 
spondence (1847-60), concerning social and household activities of 
young people, and news from the Yadkin Valley of North Carolina, 
Unlonville, S. C, Shreveport, La, and Cherokee Co, Ala. Includes 
a few Civil War letters, and items relating to the Hackett and Gordon 

fumHlwi 

Unpublished description In the library. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon Hackett, 1945-55. 

MS62-28 

Vollmer, Hermann, 1896-1959. 
Papers, ca. 1925-59. 

7 boxes. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

Correspondence, lecture notes, and other papers of a physician on 
the staff of Vanderbllt Hospital, New York City. The material re- 
flects Vollmer's Interests in pediatrics and allergies. 

Gift of Mrs. Vollmer. 

MS 62-26 

Crampton, Henry Edward, 1875-1951. 
Papers, 1900-50. 
6 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Zoologist. Correspondence, scientific reports, clippings, and other 
papers. Includes a group of clippings relating to military recruit' A 
meat and defense preparation in World War x. ™ 

MS 62-27 
Mackintosh, James Buckton, 1856-1891. 
Papers, 1885-91. 
215 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Chemist and mineralogist. Letters to Mackintosh, miscellaneous 
documents relating to him, printed articles, and brochures. Corre- 
spondents Include Pierre Eugene Marcelin Berthelot, Thomas Bgies- 
toiLWllllam Earl Hidden, Thomas Sterry Hunt, and B. S. Pennlman. 
Gift of Mr: Mackintosh. 

MS 62-28 



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Coker, William Chambers, 1872-1963. 
Papers, 1891-1956. 
12 ft 

CoSlca^tfSo) ° £ HOrai ° azMa& Llbrary ' ***** H^riesl 

1 ^^^ '"J**? 8 ?' S d ed,tor - Correspondence, writings, and 
"^Li«BerB.„to?ta«es blognqphlcal date concen^other fcwLisbl 
.'■'"3FlSSSo£^^ "* HWaandB ' lHH*£eum andMologi- 
Unpubliahed description In the library. 
Acquired, 1956-90l^ u»™«xy. 

MS 62-29 

VogeV Hermann WQhehn, 1834-1898. 
Papers, ca. 1880-98. 
lbox. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 
German pbetochemist and photographer. Correspondence, anto- 

p&a?dSa. 0f ^^ " d "^ ,Mteb <K» ~ 

MS 62-30 

Nehrling, Henry, 1853-1929. 

Papers, 1890-1924. 

ca. 315 items. 

In Boiling College Library. 
vimoS^; ^f d S^ orn, ^ < ^ lst i and author - includes 25 letters 
^^f^L t0 . The0(1 ? re ^ Mead ' "* "V** '«W* concerning 
tropical gardening, palms, flcus, the soil and climate of Florida! 
exotic ferns, blras, sad other subjects. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the library 

Purchased from Mrs. Nehrling, 1830; gift of Julian NaDy, 1B37T 

MS 62-31 

ADard, Harry ArdeO, 1880- 
Papers, 1880-1953. 
8ft 

Cbltoction'fflW^ * * 0Tth CaroUna UbTary, Southern Historical 

nJS^Jf^ an ^° r ' and s P eclaltet W TT. S. Dept of Agriculture. 
Correspondency diary, autobiography, blbUography, writings, Ind 

Unpublished description in the library 
GIftofMr.Allard,195S. 

MS 62-32 
Coker, Robert Ervin, 1876- 

Papers, 1906-56. 
7000 items. 

_ ?J JnlTe ™ lt y °* North Carolina Library, Southern Historical 
Collection (8380) 

Zoologist, professor, and U. S. official. Papers relating to Cesar's 
studies and work m the field of fisheries and marine llfe~^ 
GlttofMr.Oofeer.lS68. ««««■.. 

MS 62-33 
McMillan, Alexander. 

Papers, 1810-93. 

213 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

-n^S?" £2 State •$!??£?• of Sobeson Co, N. C Correspond- 

Sf ^l2. ther pape ™ (cUcBy MM-«8) of McMillan and UstemUyT 

-■■■'•2^S5f ^^«rned withpoUtlcs, the Civil War, suspensions 

2i«1S^ e J ,a, S ents 'J engtil of 8MT1 « <* Confederate votanteers! 

Card index In the library. 
Acquired, 1935-87 

MS 62-34 

Maffitt, John NewJand, 1819-1886. 
Papers, 1833-1911. 
800 Items. 

cJiectton' OT61) °* NOrUl CaroUna " br a^. Southern Historical 
Naval officer and author. Business, official, personal, and family 
correspondence, MSS. of Maffltfs writiiMnC^d rthe^n^ n£ 
material relates to Maffltfs maritime service for theufsTthe Co£ 
federacy^and other nations; the exploits <rf ftedrulser' Florida- 
''nHST^if ■ 1 WJ M !? ) mto *• «»*><*rf Admiral George 
SSTTSSL?,* ^ 1 * *"* J? ***'• » P"** for Polish Jmmt- 

wiUjf ter ^ m 5 tt ? 8 --.5? nde8 Bome I»I>c™ of Maffltfs wife, Emma 
Martin, and his daughter Florie. -^^ 

Unpublished description In the library. Partially published in 
IThe life and services of John Newland MafflttTV a M Maffltt 

Deposited by Mrs. Albert Ward, 1950. 

MS 62-35 



Anderson, Edwin Alexander, 1860-1933. 

Papers, 1878-1939. 

800 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern Historical 
Collection (3387) 

Naval officer, of Wilmington, N. C Personal and family corre- 
spondence (1883-1820) and naval correspondence and communica- 
tions (1878-1939). 

Unpublished description In the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Anderson. 

MS 62-36 

Simpson, William Dunlap, 1823-1890. 

Papers, 1824-99. 

260 items. 

In University of North Carolina library. Southern Historical 
Collection (3344) 

Lawyer, Confederate officer, and Lieutenant Governor of South 
Carolina. Personal and family correspondence of Simpson, of his 
wife, Jane, and of her parents, Lucy and Henry Clinton Young. In- 
cludes papers relating to Simpson's law practice. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1958. 

MS 62-37 

Shute, John Raymond. 

Masonic papers, 1765-195L 

ca. 2 f t 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical 
Collection (2889) 

In part, transcripts. 

Correspondence (1930-39) ..dippings, articles, and other papers of 
Shute, of Monroe, N. a, relating to Masonic matters. Includes 
minutes and other records (1765-1927) of 10 Masonic lodges In North 
Carolina. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Shute, 1953-67. 

MS62-38 

Sheats, William Nicholas, 1851-1922. 

Papers, 1872-1922. 

ca. 2 ft . 

o-iLP^'SSJ!^ of North C 8 ""^ Library. Southern Historical 
Collection (2999) 

State official, of Florida. Correspondence, scrapbooks, unpublished 
biography, and other materials. Includes papers relating to Shears' 
campaigns (1912, 1916, and 1920) for the office of Supertatendent of 
Public Instruction for the State of Florida. 

Unpublished description In the library. 

Gift of Elizabeth Sheats Davidson, 1954. 

__ ,. MS 62-39 

Sntherlin, William T 

Papers, 1842-92. 
1150 items. 

CoMnT^) 0t *** Car0Una L,braly ' SOTtlleni -***** 
hn^^S*^ mann f a rtarer.tonner. Confederate Army gnartermaster 

Unpublished description in the library 
Purchase. 1958. 

MS 62-40 
Wirt, William, 1772-1834. 

Papers, 1802-67. 

172 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical 
Collection (798 and 1704) ">™au 

Lawyer, author, and U. S. Attorney General. Correspondence and 
writings. Includes letters from Wirt to Dabney Carr (1816-33) 
naval correspondence of Louis Malesherbes Goldsborough, and other 
correspondence among members of the Wirt and Goldsborough 
families. 

Gifts of Mrs. Edward M L"Engle and Mrs. John Cates, 1950: loan 
from W. W. Harrison. •<»,—• 

Unpublished descriptions In the library. 

MS 62-41 
Bright, John Morgan, 1817-1911. 

Papers, 1854-1911. 

ca. 400 Items. 

In University of North Carolina, Southern Historical Collection 
(1840) 

Lawyer and U. S. Bepresentative from Tennessee. Correspondence, 
accounts, speeches, legal and other papers (chiefly 1871-60), relat- 
ing to Brlghfs political career, activities in Congress, and family. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. M M. Bright 195L 

MS 62-42 



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Doughton, Robert Lee, 1863-1954. 

Papers, 1913-54. 

58 ft 

In University of North Carolina library. Southern Historical 
Collection (2862) 

Materials relating to Mr. Doughton's service in Congress as Repre- 
sentative from the Ninth District of North Carolina (1911-52), and 
member and chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee. 

Unpublished description in the library. " 

Gift of Mr. Doughton, 1952-5i 

MS 62-43 

Kerr, John Hosea, 1873-1958. 
Papers, 1923-52. 

14 ft. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern Historical 
Collection (3358) 

XT. S. representative from North Carolina. Office files of Kerr's 
years In Congress. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Kerr's sons, 1958. 

MS 62-44 

Davie, Preston, 1881- collector. 

Papers, 1560-1903. 

ca. 400 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern Historical 
Collection (8406) 

Lawyer and collector of historical MSS. and books, of Louisville, 
Ky„ and New Tort. Materials relating to colonial, revolutionary, 
and early national history of the South, particularly the Carolinas. 

Unpublished, indexed list In the library. 

Gifts of Mr. Davie. 1868-60. 

MS 62-45 

Beckwith, Edmund Baffin, 1890-1949. 
Papers, 1753-1949. 

2ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical 
Collection (3365) 

Lawyer, of North Carolina. Correspondence (1924-49) of Beck- 
with ; papers collected by him in the preparation of a biography of 
John Wright Stanly; and papers of the Beckwith, Kinney, and 
Stanly families of North Carolina. 

Unpublished description In the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Beckwith, 186U 

MS62-46 

Dent, Louis Addison, 1863-1947. 

Papers, 1717-1946. 

ca. 8ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical 
Collection (2858) 

Lawyer and U. S. official. Correspondence, scrapbooks, and other 
materials concerning Dent's career and activities as secretary to 
James G. Blaine (1889-82), consul in Jamaica (1892 and during the 
Spanish-American War), register of wills In Washington, Auditor 
of the District of Columbia Supreme Court, special assistant to the 
Attorney General (1925-27), and member of many committees and 
commissions. Includes family letters and other material concernlnc 
the Dent family. 



Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Louis A. Dent, Jr„ and Edward A. Dent, 1952. 



MS 62-47 



Brookes, Iveson L 

Papers, 1785-1868. 

598 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (3249) 

Baptist minister, planter in Georgia and South Carolina, and prin- 
cipal of the Penfleld Female Seminary, Penfleld, Ga. Personal and 
professional correspondence, and business papers relating to property. 

Unpublished description In the library. 

Purchase, 1956. 

MS62-48rev 

Odnm, Howard Washington, 1884-1954. 
Papers, 1919-55. 
12ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical 
Collection (3167) 

Sociologist teacher, and author. Correspondence and writings. 
Open to Investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 
Gift of the Odum family, 1955. „ 

^^ MS62-49 



Silliman family. 

Papers, 1717-1902. 

ca. 5000 items. 

In Tale University Library. 

Correspondence, letter books, journals, account books, and atr-t. 
demic and business papers, of various members of the family. MaiSK 
of the letters concern the scientific activities of the two Benjamin 
S llllmons and their connection with Tale University, the founding of 
the American Journal of science, and political and social conditions 
in Connecticut and New England. Other Important correspondents 
include Henrietta Frances (Silliman) Dana, Faith Wadsworth Silli- 
man, Gold Selleck Silliman, Harriet (Trumbull) Sffliman, Mary 
(Fish) Noyes Silliman, Susan Hulda (Forbes) Silliman, and Jona- 
than Trumbull. The material is related to the library's Dana and 
Trumbull family collections. 

Cataloged Individually in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gifts from various members of the Silliman family; and purchases. 

MS 62-50 

Napoleon J, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821. 

Papers, 1793-1849. 

10 v. 

In Tale University library. 

Correspondence, 385 portraits, and other papers, Including letters 
to and from other monarchs. Napoleon's generals and military aides, 
statesmen associated with his administration, and other contemporary 
notables, collected by Theodore Buhl Includes material relating to 
his family, particularly Josephine and Marie Louise. 

Cataloged Individually m the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Theodore Buhl, 186a 

MS 62-51 

Montgomery, John Fkmrnoy, 1873-1954. 

Correspondence, 1933-39. 

ca. 3000 items. 

In Tale University Library. 

Ambassador. Personal and official correspondence of Montgomery 
as Ambassador to Hungary under President Roosevelt The material A 
is related to the library's Arthur Bliss Lane collection. ^ 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Montgomery, 1953. 

MS62-52rer 

Rhea family. 

Papers, 1835-1931. 

5 ft (ca. 3700 items) 

In University of Tennessee Library. 

Correspondence addressed to Samuel A. Rhea, John L Bhea, and 
William L Bhea, together with Bhea family genealogical material, 
mostly compiled by William L Bhea ca. 1893. Many of the letters 
are concerned with the writing and publication of the memoirs of 
Samuel A. Bhea, 1827-1865, a missionary to Persia. Others, a large 
group, deal with cotton transactions, including transporting, insur- 
ing, selling, and claims against the Federal Government for cotton 
destroyed by Sherman while stored m Macon warehouses. Most of 
this group Is addressed to John L. Bhea as executor of the estate of 
Samuel A. Bhea. Correspondence of John L. Bhea, d- 1910, Knox- 
ville merchant and member of Co. G, 19th Tennessee Infantry, makes 

up a smaller group of papers. Much of the material addressed to 
William L. Bhea has to do with Sullivan County (Tenn.) men involved 
in the Civil Wax and is dated 1892. 

Indexed in the library's manuscript catalog. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the repository 

Gift of Lucy Bhea, 1946. 

MS 62-53 

Stone, Stephen L d. 1882. 

Papers, 1875-1909. 

2 ft (ca. 750 items) 4* 

In University of Tennessee Library. • 

Mine operator and rancher in the Arizona Territory. Correspond- 
ence, account "books, memorandum book, journals, newspaper clip- 
pings, and photos, of Stephen L Stone, originally of Lancaster, Wis, 
who went to the Arizona Territory to prospect and became a mine 
owner and rancher, and of his brother John M. Stone, who joined him 
later in Arizona. The papers «•"">■»'" Information on mining, ranch- 
ing, gun fights, and Indian raids. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Grace Stone Buehler, 1955. 

MS 62-54 



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Green, John W 

Papers, 1845-1952. 

3 ft (ca. 1000 items) 

In .University of Tennessee Library. 

Author and judge. Miscellaneous financial and legal papers of 
Judge Green and his wife, Ellen McClung Green, Including receipts, 
rental property records, deeds, wills, and other papers The early 
papers relate to the McClung family, including diaries (1845-70) of 
Eliza Morgan McClung and Eliza Mills McClung, and an obituary 
book containing dippings, photos., and family history. 

Indexed in the library's manuscript catalog. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the library 

Gift of the estate of Judge Green, 1957-60. 

MS 62-55 

Briggs, Willis Grandy, 1875-1954. 

Papers. 1764-1954. 

1500 items. 

,-J. n ^i^ 8517 ot North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection. (3077) 

Postmaster and politician, of Raleigh, N. C. Political and per- 
sontUcorrespondence; papers (1764-1887) of the Briggs, Grandy, and 
Ferebee families in Camden, Currituck, and Granville CcrantteSLN C. • 
and data relating to genealogy and local history <-■*•»*! 

Unpublished description In the library. 

Gift of Sarah Briggs Treatman, 1954-58. 

MS62-56 
Blanchard, Elizabeth Amis Cameron. 

Papers, 1694-1954. 
3ft. 

,_J? Un ilf™ lt y <* Nortn Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lecnon (oSoy) 

In part, transcripts. 

Author. Correspondence (1925-54) and other papers reUUne to 
the Amis family of Northampton Co, N. a/and ttelr^orSred 
^S^i^S ( !5 C ?- 1838 > »•**■ tnxiscrlpt of MrTtSnnerotfS 
andManly Wade Wellman's book, The lite and times of SIrArchle 

Unpublished description In the library 
Bequest of Mrs. Blanchard, 1958. 

MS 62-67 
Batfle family. 

Papers, 1765-1955. 
9000 Items. 

le<Sm I (3^ It7 rf NOTtt CaroUna "T' Southern Historical Col- 

,«J?? r ! esp( V"? IM!e *"* o^er Papers of William Horn Battle, lawyer, 
legislator, Judge, and professor of law -at the University ^f North 
CaroUna; of his son, Kemp Plummer Battle, lawyer, state treasurer, 
professor of history, and president of the University of North Car> 
Una; and of his grandson. WUUam James Battle, professor and ad- 

£?£ ! d»^ES2F of chta,gD ' *• UniTCraltr * ancumat! ' 

Unpublished description In the library 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 

Gifts of members of the Battle family, 1956. 

MS62-58 

Bairston family. 

Papers, 1799-1906. 

2ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (1148,2476, 3149, and M-1836) 

Account books, military order books (1813-14). and personal and 
business papers of George Hairston, of Beaver Creek, near Martins- 
ville, Va. ; of J. T. W. Hairston, planter, of Lowndes Co., Miss.; and of 
Bobert Wilson and bis family, of Pittsylvania Co, Va. The papers 
are related to the library's collections of Elizabeth Seawell Hairston 

papers, Peter Wilson Hairston papers, Bobert Wilson papers, and 
Wilson books. 

Unpublished descriptions In the library. 

Gift of, and lent by, Bobert Hairston and Mrs. James C. Covington, 

MS 62-59 

Kennedy, Mary Hunter. 

Papers, 1759-1955. 
1085 items. 

lecHon ?3^f tI ' rf Nortt C"™ 1 ^ Library, Southern Historical Col- 
Correspondence, account books, school copy books, and other an- 
cestral papers, preserved by Miss Kennedy, of Statesvflte, N. C. The 
2%231I? ta ?L t0 ,? n * ert * famllr news, religion, and genealogy, 
2 ETEFZ °^ Xt*™ 1 ?*' Datt «*' »»«*». andToM^fainlHei 
ofIredeU_Co.,N.C. Includes letters from relatives m TeDaesseeTMfr 
souri, and other states. — ~— > 

Unpublished description In the library. 
Deposited by Frank H Kennedy, 1956-67. 

MS 62-60 



Howe, ChOiab Smith, 1809-1875. 

Papers, 1814-99. 

800 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (3092) 

Army officer and planter, of Alabama, Mississippi, and Memphis. 
Personal and family correspondence, military papers (1836-38), and 
other material. Hie collection is related to the library's Lenoir 
family papers. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gifts of William Lenoir Burgher, 1955-61. 

MS 62-61 



Wolfe, Thomas, 1900-1938. 

Papers, 1893- 

28 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library. 

Author. Correspondence, composition books, fragments of plays, 
legal documents, biographical and critical writings, printed matter, 7 
family photo, albums, and other material. The correspondence in- 
cludes letters from Wolfe to his mother (1909-38), correspondence be- 
tween Edward C Aswell and the Wolfe family (1888-53), and other 
letters of and relating to the Wolfes. Includes University of North 
Carolina student publications from Wolfe's student days, first editions 
and foreign editions of his works, tape recordings of radio programs 
about Wolfe, and various personal Items. 

Card index In the library. Also described and Indexed In The 
Thomas Wolfe collection of the University of North Carolina Library, 
by Billy Bayford Wilkinson (thesis, University of North Carolina, 
1980) 

Open to Investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 

Lent by the Wolfe family, 1950; gifts of Mrs. Frederick Koch, 
1949, Edward C. Aswell, 1953, and others; the John Skally Memorial 
Collection, 1954; and purchases. 

MS 62-62 



Rice family. 

Papers, 1847-1916. 

ca. 5000 items. 

In Tale University Library. 

Correspondence and plans of "homes of members of the Bice 
family, principally material relating to John Pierrepoht Bice, who 
later became head of the University of Buffalo's Dept of Romance 
Languages. Other persons Important in the collection Include Eliza 
Maria O'Brien Bice, bom 1876, Eliza Maria Seely Bice, born 1841, 
and John Bice, 1831-1897. Heals with European travel, and teach- 
ing and student life at Tale University, Williams College, Acadia 
University, and Smith College. The material is related to the li- 
brary's Blake family collection and BushneU family collection. 

Unpublished Index to personal names In the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Maude B. Dlckennan, 1950. 

MS 62-63 



HalliweD-Phillipps, James Orchard, 1820-1889. 

Papers relating to Shakespeare, 1391-1769. 

48 items and 11 v. 

In Sutro Library (San Francisco) 

Editor, Shakespeare scholar, and historian. Leases, bins of sale, 
and other papers offering a background for the study of William 
Shakespeare and StratfordVupon-Avon, including some which men- 
tion Orrlck and the Hathaway family. 

Described in News notes of California libraries, v. 41, no. 2 (Apr. 
1946) p. 249-254. 

MS62-64 



Melton, Wightman Fletcher, 1867-1944. 

Papers on John Donne, 1905-10. 

24 items. 

In Emory University Library. 

Author, editor, and professor of WngHnh Correspondence, notes 
and Jottings, a notebook with bibliography, an address book, a list 
(1887-19017) of English Department dissertations at Johns Hopkins 
University, clippings of book reviews, Invitations, and other papers, 
an related to Melton's dissertation. The rhetoric of John Donne's 
verse, published In 1906. Correspondents include Raymond Macdon- 
ald Alden, Henry Marvin Belden, Martin Grove Brumbaugh, Marian 
Dickinson Campbell, Ernest Hartley Coleridge, W. Donne, Edward 
Dowden, and William O. Lane. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gift of Qnimby Melton, Sr, and Jr, 1957. 

MS 62-65 



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Boating, Robert Franklin, 182&-1891. 

Papers. 1861 !- 

ca. 150 items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) of originals In the Archives 
of the University of Texas. 

Presbyterian minister and CM1 War <*h« pi»in in Terry's Texas 
Bangers. Civil War letters (l«61-85), a diary, and other papers, 
together with writings of Banting's son, Henry S. Banting, and some 
cuppings. The Civil War letters written In Banting's capacity as 
war correspondent for the Houston Telegraph and the San Antonio 
Herald, contain names of killed and wounded, and detailed accounts 
of battles In which the Texas Rangers fought Other writings of 
Bunting concern Presbyterianism, particularly In San Antonio. Writ- 
ings of Henry S. Bunting are primarily biographical sketches of his 
father. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the library 

Gift of Henry S. Bunting, 1846. 

MS 62-66 



Wall, Bernhardt, 1872- 

Papers. 

52 items and 12 v. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Artist Etchings, together with correspondence Involved In locat- 
Uvg the material for Wall's pictorial biographies of Andrew Jackson, 
Sam Houston, and Stephen F. Austin, and historical sketches of the 
various subjects. The volumes of etchings have the following titles • 
Mark Twain's Missouri; Following Sam Houston: Following Sam 
Houston, Supplement; Following Andrew Jackson. Unbound corre- 
spondence consists of 52 letters written by Wall to Mrs. John T 
Moore, with etchings on each letter. 

Unpublished register In the library 

MS 62-67 



Northcut family. 

Papers, 1854-1942. 

ca. 5 ft (1750 Items) 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Correspondence, business agreements, land deeds, Grundy County 
Court records (1885), records of the Northcut family civil suit of 
1892, account books, notes, cancelled checks, and receipts. Account 
books are records of the family's stores at Beersheba Springs and 
Altamont Correspondence and notes are chiefly of H. B Northcut 
and his sons, Tom and Jim, and deal with land transactions coal 
mining, the mercantile business, and law suits. Includes a diary 
probably of J. B. Bltchey, describing, experiences of a Confederate 
wagon train in Tennessee, Georgia, and the Carollnas (1863-«5), 
a diary of Jim Northcut (1889) , and miscellaneous notebooks and 
literary efforts. 

Unpublished register In the library. 
Purchased from the Fanny Momti estate, 1S55. 

MS 62-68 



Webb family. 

Papers, 1835-1919. 

54 items. 

In North Carolina Dent of Archives and History collections. 

Correspondence, pamphlets, and other printed matter, of the Webb 
family of Granville Co, N. C The correspondence includes letters 
from family members In Tennessee and Civil War letters from three 
brothers. Includes genealogical and historical material on the Webb 
and Dickens families and on Granville Co.. N. C. 

Description In the repository. 

Deposited by W. J. Webb, 1941-43. 

MS 62-69 



Seton, Grace (Gallatin) 1872-1959. 

Papers, 1911-52. 

2 boxes. 

In Badcllffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-47) 

Author and suffragist Letters and other papers concerning the 
Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association (1911-12), the Interna- 
tional Women Writers Conclave, Chicago (188S), the Blblioteca 
femina (1933-39), the International Women's Art Exhibit, Hew York 
(1839-40), and National Poetry Day. 

Unpublished Inventory In the library. 

Acquired 1S53. 

MS 62-70 



Lippmann, Walter, 1889- 
Papers, 1917- 

80 ft 

In Tale University Library. 

Author, political commentator, and columnist Mainly MSS. Calf, 
books, articles, pamphlets, broadsides, columns, and other works bS^ 
Lippmann, kept current Includes memorabilia and some correspond- 
ence. The collection of papers accompanies a set of complete pub- 
lished works by and about lippmann. 

Unpublished Index In the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the library 

Gift of Bobert O. Anthony, 1945- 

m tl 

Scruggs, Anderson M 

Papers. 

8 Items and 2 v. 

In Emory University Library. 

Professor of dentistry and author. MS. and galley prooft 
Scruggs' What shall the heart remember?, MS. of his Glory of earv 
galley proofs of his Bitual for myself, 8 signed poems, a signed card, 
biographical data, and excerpts from re view s of his poetry. 

Information on literary rights available In the library 

Gift of Mrs. Scruggs, 1966. 

MS62-72 

Holme, John Francis, 1868-1904. 
Papers, 1880-1940. 

2ft 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Artist and publisher. Chiefly sketches of Individuals and scenery, 
printed matter relating to Holme, and photos. Includes publications 
of the Bandar-log Press which was founded by Holme. The collectlos 
Is related to the repository's Bdwin B. Hill and W. J HoUlday col- 
lections. 

Inventory in the repository. Also described in Arlxoniana. v. 1. no. 
4 (Winter I960) 

Gift of W. J. HoUlday, 1965. 

MS 62-78 
Bamage, John S 

Papers. 1808-1933. £ 

ca. 300 items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Correspondence, and legal and business documents Including wins, 
deeds, bills of sale, receipts from stock companies, stock certificates, 
naturalization papers of John Bamage (1855), and records of a case 
(1808) concerning land In the Mero District Involving William T. 
Lewis and Stockley Dooelson. 

Unpublished register In the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Merrill Moore. 

MS 62-74 

Cox-McCormack, Nancy, 1885- 

Papers, 1911-60. 

ca. 300 Items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Sculptor. Correspondence, memoirs, some genealogical papers, and 
photos. Letters and memoirs concern experiences in executing com- 
missions; photos, are of sculptures of Jane Addams, Stell Anderson, 
M. Bartelemy, Glacomo Boni, Lauro De Boats, Mrs. Joseph T. Bowen, 
Edward Ward Carmack, Bev. John Cavanaugh, Charles Upson Clark, 
Virginia Clark, Charles Thomas Cuahman, Clarence Darrow, Zenas 
O. Blared, Budulph Evans, Henry P. Fletcher, ««ii«t™ Gandhi, Alice 
Gerstenberg, Julia Gerstenberg, Dr. Laurence M. Gould, Charles Hau- 
blel, Dean Craven Laycock, Marian Nevlns MacDowell, Giuseppe 
Marussig. Doctor McGannon, Benito Mussolini, Harold Noice, Max 
Pam, Caroline Barkdull Perkins, Hiram Mills Perkins, Ezra Pound, 
CoL George C. Rankin, Lola Bldge, Lldla Bismondo, Eunice Tietjens, 
and Hugh C. Wallace. 

Unpublished register In the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Cushman (Nancy Oox-McCormack), I960. 

MS 62-75 

Arrington, Archibald Hunter, 1809-1872. m 

Papers, 1707-1955. 9 

2080 Items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (3240, 3241, and 3471) 

Cotton planter, of Nash Co, N. G, and Montgomery Co, *'» , Cor- 
respondence, account books, and business papers. The correspond- 
ent relates to personal, family, and North Carolina political matters. 
Includes letters to George Wlmberly Arrington during his school and 
college days (1878-83), genealogical correspondence (1929-65) and 
data collected by Mary Jones Arrington. 

Unpublished descriptions In the library. 

Gifts of Mrs. B. B. Gregory, Mrs. J. a Marrow, and Mary Jones 
Arlington, 1980-60. 

MS 62-76 



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Andrews, Charles Haynes, 1835-1905 
Papers, 1795-1950. 

2ft. 

i-eSjJwSf * ° f North CaroUna Ln>rary - Soothern H"*" 1 "" <>*■ 

booing andw?lrlngs "* * nfl 0tner ""W*"". «craP- 

^PJ*Ushcd dratrtpOon In the library. 
•Deposited by Florence Andrews Scruggs, 1862. 

MS 62-77 

Gleason, Frederic Grant, 1849-1903 

Letters, 1870-71. 

ca. 70 items. 

In Connecticut State Library 

-*2SE^SS5.SSi? Hartft »«» - CWcago. Letter, 
Found in the Library, MoU 

MS 62-78 

Mason, William, 1829-1908, collector. 
Autographs of musicians, 1830-1906 
103 items. 
In Columbia University Libraries. 

Gift <rf Mlna Mason Van Slndern, 19S3. 

MS 62-79 



Colmnbia University. Libraries. 

Music autograph letters, 18th-20th cent 
oo items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

MS 62-80 

Mason, Daniel Gregory, 1873-1953. 
Papers, ca. 1894-1948. 
64 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Musician and composer. Correspondence, business naDers. com. 
podUon scrapboota, musical sc^rTbooks7 cllpS SSS&ISa 

G^oTSrl. MSn, t0 l 8 1l C0neCtl0n *** **"' 

MS 62-81 



Scddd, Anton, 1850-1898. 

Papers, 1870-S8. 

4 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 
rJST^OZL Correspondence, Journals, memoranda, manuscript 
K? ^^J ne,n ?? bma • Swings, and other papS EFS5& 
The letters are mainly concerned with musical performances. cornn£ 
slaon, and related affairs. Correspondents include Lyme? Ah£5£ 
ifinfiS BnU1 £ ^S"" DvoratCnrl Goldma^ Ed^ Chte£ 

Gift of Mrs. Seldel, 1905. 

MS62-82 

Saunders, Henry Scholey, 1864- 

Papers, ca. 1920-47. 

75 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 
«^SZ^°>K? en , < ?'^ ct ^ es ' and ^mtass- includes letters (mainly 
SSJ^S?^?" fr ° In 5? nnders t0 "«"• J""""* J - Sprague, cLfcptagi 

10 G^o?M^F^ d J to SP ^^ neCtIOn ° f ^t-^^^ 

MS 62-83 



SomervOle family. 

Papers, 1852-1958. 

18 v., 11 boxes and 2 rolls. 

In Radcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-50) 

Correspondence, speeches, biographical material, and clippings, of 
the families of Nellie Nugent Somervllle and her daughter Lucy 
Somervllle Howorth, including material on their activities in the 
woman suffrage movement the church, the legal profession, Govern- 
ment agencies, and women's organizations. Includes material relat- 
tog to the Assembly of Women's Organisations for National Security- 
Business and Professional Women's Clubs, of Jackson, Miss, and of 
the District of Columbia; the International Federation and the Na- 
ttonal Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs- 
Daughters of the American Revolution, Women's Division of the 
Democratic National Committee, First Methodist Church of Green- 
vilte. Miss, Mult -party Commission of Women, Women in World 

fS£L 7 D T l0 5' Sarafl £ Husbes ' ^^ Louis « Kenda ". Cw 

Fnlierson Smith Nugent, William Lewis Nugent, Anna Howlrd 
Shaw, a Myra Cox Smith, Anne Keith Fraziefsome7vme,Tu^f 
Lewis Thomson, and Frances E. Willard. "nervine, juneua 

Unpublished inventory in the library 

Acquired 1952-59. 

MS 62-84 



Turner, Dawson, 1775-1858, collector. 

Miscellanea curiosa, 1549-1834. 

6 v. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts. 
^Botanist and antiquary. Correspondence, diaries, poetry, religious 
writings, iooKUsts, engravings, and other material^ fleeted to 
SFTvJ?*^? dI ? rles of nnt 0en«ned persons traveling ^France 
and in Ireland, description of the Duchy of Savoy, WOUarn imS 
Cowley's account of his voyage around the world (1683-86) ^d 
Turner's botanical notes on Manchester, Eng. Other peraow ren^ 

ISST W§^ WlU^D^aTB^t^ 1 ^!^ 

^d Harley, 2d Earl of Oxford, Sir Tl«.masPa5kyn^Wl£ani Peteri" 

row. Sir James Stuart, John Taylor, Srani * .flJfi*- SpB *" 

MS 62-85 



This number not used: MS 62-86 



Turin. Archivio di Stato. 

Records, 1720-63. 

ca. 250 items. 

In University of Illinois, Illinois Historical Survey collections 

Microfilm. 

Correspondence on diplomatic affairs of the Kingdom of Savoy and 
Sardinia, particularly of Francois Joseph de Viry, Sardinian minister. 
TUPLES ^P* and Secretary of State. Includes Vlrys letters (1720^ 
mLJS ^ e c S !S e ? r l. of State wnen Vlr7 'M totendant general on the 
island orSardlnla, his correspondence (1738-41) with the King when 
he was Minister to Switzerland, and (1761-54) when he was Minister 
toHolland ; and his correspondence (1755-63) with the King and Sec 
retary of State when he was Minister to Great Sritain r<h««> V^, 
alsos^e letters (17M-2) of sSa^anKnffio - iSS 

Described In the Survey's Publication no. 5 (1956)3. 99^10 

MS 62-87 



Harrison, George L 1874- 

Papers of George L. Harrison and Edward Wain. 

7 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections 

H«tS^n to £ , ,°. gT ? pb i cal work ' Memories of sixty years, by George L 

SSTSS, 01 *.' 'J^Sf "0 sportsman, dealing mainly wlthhuntlng" 

wi^£* "LT^** 6 ™ - im «ri<a. CanadaTMexIco, AfrleaTana ISeoE 

mttJSES? ^ JS tra f?? Dm the journal of Edward wX(^l- 

Stea^S^2L a . Pl ^ Ctnre ^% me "* a w*toA) maTwho w5s tater- 
estea in politics and country life. 

Presented by Mr. Harrison, 1946. 

MS 62-88 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Matthews, Brander, 1852-1929, collector. 

Dramatic Museum correspondence, 1732-1902. 

900 Items. 

In Colombia University Libraries. 

Letters from various prominent actors, actresses, and theatrical 
managers, among them Edwin Forrest, Sir Henry Irving,UCharles 
Macready, and James Mowat. Includes 14 letters from Charlotte 
Cushman and 8 unsigned letters which may have been written by the 
singer, actress and manager, Eliza Vestrls. 

MS 62-89 



Mistral, Frederic, 1830-1914. 

Papers, ca. 1875-1913. 

ca.525 items. 

In Colombia University Libraries. 

Provencal poet. Notes sent by Mistral to Edmond Lefevre to aid 
him In his bibliographic work on Mistral and on the language and 
literature of Provence ; and memorabilia relating to ceremonies honor- 
ing Mistral, particularly the Nobel Prize ceremonies In 1904. 

MS 62-90 



Hewitt, Abram Stevens, 1822-1903. 

Papers, ca. 1840-50. 

14 v. and 1 file box. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Lawyer, Iron and steel manufacturer, U. S. Representative, and 
mayor of New York. Lecture notes, notebooks, a group of college 
themes and exercises, the MS. of Hewitt's Greek salutatory address 
(Oct. 4, 1812), translations from Greek authors, and other under- 
graduate papers of Hewitt, who was graduated from Columbia Cot 
lege in 1842. Includes 8 v. of lecture notes made by Hewitt 1 s brother- 
in-law and business partner, Edward Cooper, and a group of commem- 
orative medals. The material In this collection was used by Allan 
Kevins for his work, Abram S. Hewitt: with some account of Peter 
Cooper (1935) 

Gift of Allan Kevins, 1838. 

MS 62-91 



White, George D 

Correspondence, 1846-67. 

87 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Transcripts (typewritten) made as part of the Historical Becords 
Survey. 

Confederate Army surgeon. Letters from White to his wife, and 
other family letters. 

MS 62-92 

Witmark, Isidore, 1871-1941. 

Papers, 1903-39. 

121 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Music publisher. Correspondence from leading authors and artists 
of the world ; music scores written by various composers. Including 
Victor Herbert, for the wedding of Witmark and Viola Cahn ; pro- 
grams, clippings, and photos. Correspondents Include John Kendrlck 
Bangs, Frederick Kummer, and Harry B. Smith. 

Bequest of Mr. Witmark, 194L 

MS 62-93 



Wiggins, Donegan Reeder. 

Papers, 1836-1950. 

ca. 12 ft. 

In Oregon Historical Society Library. 

Gun consultant for Adventure magazine. Correspondence relating 
to his work; personal, family, and business papers, including articles, 
genealogical materials, and photos. ; and The Don Wiggins story, by 
Ernest E. Baker. Family papers relate to the residence of the family 
In the states of Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, California, and Nebraska, 
and, after 1912, Oregon. 

MS62-94 

Haig, Robert Murray, 1887-1953. 
Papers, ca. 1927-49. 

101 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Professor of economics. Correspondence, lecture notes, MSS. of 
articles and addresses, and material relating to Haig's various activi- 
ties such 1 as the Commission on State Aid and the New York Power 
Commission. 

Gift of Mrs. Haig, 1953. 

MS 62-95 



Hellman, George Sidney, 1878-1958. 

Papers, 1919. 

5 v. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Art critic and author. Correspondence, educational plans, official j|£. 
communications, rare newspapers, army photos, and other' papers 
relating to Hellman's work as director of Instruction In fine and ap- 
plied arts for the American Expeditionary Forces. 

Gift of Mr. Hellman, 1949. 

MS 62-96 

TaJbott and Sons, Richmond. 

Records, 1840-80. 

93 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, accounts, deeds, Indentures, patent deeds, agree- 
ments, and other records, concerning the Iron foundry operated by 
Charles, James M, and Samuel Talbott Includes letters of Thomas 
Jefferson Talbott (1844-49) and materials concerning the use of the 
foundry by the Confederate Navy. Correspondents and persons men- 
tioned Include Margaret A. Ashby, Joseph M. Christian, Stephen B, 
Mallory, and M F. Maury. 

Gift of A. Churchill Young, Jr., 1955. 

MS 62-97 

Kyle, Williams, and Sons Company, Florence, Or. 
Records, 1887-1940. 
48ft. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Becords of a general store, canning company, lumber company, 
and coast trading fleet 

MS 62-98 



Gardiner Mill Company, Gardiner, Or. 
Records, 1864-1923. 
Sift. 

In University of Oregon Library. 
Becords of a lumber company. Includes records of the Gardiner dfe 



Mill store and the A. M Simpson Co. 



MS 62-99 



Young (Samuel E.) Company, Albany, Or. 
Records, 1867-95. 
18 ft. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Journals, ledgers, cashbooks, invoices, and other records of a 
department store. 

MS 62-100 



Upcott, William, 1779-1845. 

Correspondence, 1802-45. 

735 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

English antiquary, autograph collector, and dealer. Correspond- 
ence relating primarily to Upcotf s MS. collections and the wants of 
his clients. Includes letters from Sir William Fltzroy, "■■""■ 
Sherwlll, and Dawson Turner. 

Summary report and catalog cards In the library. 

Purchased from Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, 1951. 

MS 62-101 

Horsfield, Timothy. 

Letter book, 1754-55. 

It. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Justice of the peace in Northampton Co, Pa. Contemporary 
copies of correspondence between Bobert Hunter Morris, Governor of 
Pennsylvania, and Horsfield, relating to Indian disturbances and 
massacres. Includes testimony of Moravians who witnessed atroci- 
ties at GnSdenhntten, Gabriels Creek, Wyoming. ffl 

MS 62-102 



Presented by Jacob Wolle, 1845. 



Lewis, Eleanor Parke (Custis) 1779-1852. 
Letters, 1794-1852. 

2v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Transcripts (typewritten) 

Copies of letters from Mrs. Lewis, granddaughter of Martha Wash- 
ington, to Elizabeth Bordley Gibson of Philadelphia. The earlier 
letters tell of life at Mt. Vernon and the later ones depict the life of 
a Southern matron. 

MS 62-103 



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Lonttit, Chauncey McKinley, 1901-1956 

Papers, 1917-56. 

ca. 25,000 items. 
t In Yale University Library. 

F _J!? ycu ? lostst ' «*«»tor, and author. Induces corresDonden«> mn 

Unpublished register in the library 

nS^JJ !! °3, J S e P xr ***** "aliable in the library. 
Gift of Richard T. Louttlt, I960. 

MS 62-104 

James, Edward Christopher, 1841-1901 
Papers, 1861-63. 
ca. 150 items. 

In Yale University Library 
MEETS' ufmSSl J* *"* *? A n^orabllia, covering James* 

10eftV«; Y^ir v^^J: 6 *-^ * Vol nnteers) *o colonel of the 
SSP-SSLV^ Volnntee »*- The coHectibn consists mainly of te£ 
^ritten total the period in which James served 5SSe weft. 
lSZ?5?t t ? L ettera CO"" 8 '" "flections on home, honor faty .and 
army life. Includes several MB. Brady photos. auty„ana 

Unpublished register in the library 
tttormaaon on literary rights available In the librarv 
Gift of Mrs. Philip Gray, 1960. uorary. 

MS 62-105 

Mordecai family. 

Papers, 1796-1876. 
173 items. 

(2£Z2t2£!!? a * D *iL' of *«*lw ""J History collections. 
^^Correspondence, accounts, poems, sketches, and other panem. of 
► £L2 tordec " 1 famllr of Nortn Carolina and Virginia Th^oriS 
' spondence concerns family affairs and trips -talnm- th* M«^?i 

STffihfWj' ™~. » ^"the W #as&n. D. C° £? 
the flight of refugees to Warrenton, N. 0, duringthe War of lfcS 

nre 11833) ; the funeral of John Qulncy Adams (1848) - dmredal 

r^L^ Ch, . tIe !v a mutaate d dliry (April 13-17, 1865) 
Description In the repository. 
Gift of Pattie Mordecai, 1944. 

MS 62-106 

Van der Kemp, Francis Adrian, 1752-1829. 

Correspondence, 1781-1829. 
ca. 157 items. 

^hSS .^ 1 ^i!** of Pennsylvania coUections. 

t^mfflL*£&jS Ge °^ Wasnll «to° »788), a Lafayette 

Gift of Pauline E. Henry. 

MS 62-107 

Eagle Milling Company, Tveatm, Ariz. 
Records. 1888-1910. 

S^^^^ (Tucson, Ari.) 

MS 62-108 

Hu, Ting-an, 1898- 
Papers, 1951-53. 
1 box and 1 roll. 
In Columbia University Libraries. 

MS 62-109 



Trumbull family. 

Papers, 1804-68. 

3 t. and ca. 20 items. 

In Stonington (Conn.) Historical Society Library 

In part, transcripts (handwritten! 

letters (1828-34) of John r. Trumbull and Gurdon TrumbuIL 
SSf F5 £?*£:, some reeartUng sale of seal skins and whale orTdaV 
book (1814-20). ledger (1810-15), record offfisbursenwnte tor ti£ 
brig Catherine (1820) and the brig Bmeline (18a)T^« ofSto^ 
^f D ?* r ^. r ^. and , se ?? ai08ies - ana bnsiness le "ers and bills "(1804- 
^ Catalof^toe Star?.* «*" "***** WhaUn * TOUecHon - 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Trumbull family. 

MS 62-110 
Palmer family. 

Papers, 1672-1860. 

ca. 100 items. 

In Stonington (Conn.) Historical Society Library 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) 

boofc 11 ^^^^ note 5- deeda J letter * a ***** •>«*. and a note- 
book. Includes letters about "Palmer Land." wiSs ofAmrnT p«7™!„ 

■ to^Sif HT"^ ^? K ^IhSSit s^rVofXntalu^ 
a family tree, and a biography of Walter Palmer. Other membersof 
the family represented include Gershom, Moses, HattTStot 
tgjjWr., Simeon. Nathaniel. Dr. George ETjohn^d Cap? A& 

Catalog in the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions 

Gifts of the Palmer family. 

MS 62-111 

Williams family. 

Papers, 1786-1862. 

ca. 40 items. 

In Stonington (Conn.) Historical Society Library 

Correspondence and a few miscellaneous early papers Includes 
business letters of Ephralm Williams, some from^ca^ins ol hte 
ships, some relating to his farm, one (1836) relattagto .the sale of 
wmSS^^T "^3 JE° to 7"* : letten > USX-Si) of Hannah EL 
rSE^^JS"*?*?' and 1 5 tere a8ffi ) of Jennie WUHams 
S» h f ?tT e f, taB! ;r P e - Otter correspondents include Capt 
Hiram Cllft and his sister Mary. Early papers Include a promlsBofy 

SS^^fiR&S™"* »* "" aCCOnnt b «* <«"»> 
Catalog In the library. 

Open itc .lnvesagators .under library restrictions. 
Gift of descendants of the family. ""•■■:■ 

MS 62-112 

Heywood, Joseph Neal, 1876- 
Papers, 1880-1945. 
4 boxes. 

£ ^srsssssf H,8torta,1 Soclety aiaeeamB (Tmma ' Ar!t) 

TT^^ P0nd ^! !e V. dlarie8 and other P*"" 8 «t ""4 relating to, Dr 
l&^nJfB.*? ■?? l3r i5J? e M80 ' s ' :Wltt aescripttoMrt trips to 
trS« e ^«*v2 u ^J?" ey ' Demto e. Kanab, and Thatcher; ArixVrand 
MSS. entitled The lone wolf, The old alpine »ch(»aouserand The 

of^ SSeman. In,a,lto "^ t***^* «* -^^^ 

MS 62-113 

Jones family. 

Papers, 1847-1946. 
9 ft (ca. 3200 Items) 
^Un^erslty of California at Los Angeles Library 

s^swrs stare t^ssr&sr^^rs 

2S?&.S?* tte ^ ^'^S^^SfflSi'S 

Unpublished guide In the library. 

Gift of Boy Jones and Dorothy Jones Cook, 1949. 

MS 62-114 

Miller, James Marshall. 

Papers, ca. 1930-42. 
ca. 200 Items. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library 
mt ^*J tf w «°rtc buildings In California. Correspondence and 

£2E?„?£^ "^^F 1° mlsslocs and biBtorle bundtnaTin^OTid 

region of California, Monterey, and southern CallfornliL^ 
Unpublished register in the library. ""•■■: 

Purchased from Mr. Miller, 1955. 

MS 62-115 



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Monson family. 

Journals, 1817-37. 

3 v. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 

Journal of the Hon. Charlotte Monson, describing travels In 
France, Italy and Switzerland (1823-25); and journals (1817 and 
1837) of William Monson describing travels in France, Italy, Dal- 
matia, Tyrol, and Salzkammergut 

Purchase, 1852. 

MS 62-116 

Hoffman, Velma Rudd. 

Papers, 1953-61. 

125 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Secretary of the Northern Branch of the Arizona Pioneers' Histori- 
cal Society. Correspondence, biographical sketches of northern Ari- 
zona pioneers, and other papers relating to Beale's Survey from Fort 
Defiance, Ariz. Includes correspondence with the Arizona Pioneers* 
Historical Society pertaining to relics, and letters regarding the North- 
ern Branch of the society. 

MS 62-117 

Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society. 

Land grant collection, 1825-1930. 

200 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Journals, surveys, testimony in court cases, agreements, bills of 
sale, telegrams, complaints, warrants, articles and newspaper accounts, 
and other material for laad grants including Algodones, N. M., Ari- 
vaca, Ariz, Babocomari Bancho, Baca Float, Boqulllas y Nogales, 
Buena Vista, Canoa, Nogales de Ellas, Peralta-Beavis, San Jos£ de 
Sonorita, San Rafael del Valle, San Rafael del Zanje, Santa Cruz 
VaUey lands, Tumacacori and Calabasas. 

MS 62-118 



Folger, Benjamin Franklin, 1814-1864 
Papers, 1848-77. 
88 items. 

In California State Library. 

Businessman and agent at Panama for a line of steamers. Corre- 
spondence and photos. The majority of the letters are from Folger 
to his fiancee, Julia A Osborn of Ne-.r York, while he was traveling on 
business in Louisiana and Central America, and after their marriage 
while, he was in business in San Francisco and she was living in Sacra- 
mento. In later years the correspondence is between Mrs. Folger and 
her children. Most of the letters are personal In nature, but there are 
references to cholera in Louisiana (1848-49) and to events connected 
with vessels and shipping while Folger was on board the S. S Crescent 
City (Sept-Dec. 1849) in the Caribbean area, and at Panama In 1850. 
The material is related to the library's Gallup collection. 
Card index in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Ardell Folger Armstrong, 1834. 

MS 62-119 

De Long, Charles E 1832-1876. 

Papers, 1853-69. 

18 v. 

In California State Library. 

Lawyer, California State legislator, and diplomat Diaries (1854- 
62 and 1868-69) account book (1853) and four volumes of newspaper 
clippings (1858-62) relating to the activities of the California Legisla- 
ture during the years De Long was a member. Includes a diary (1862) 
kept by Elida Vineyard recording her feelings just before her marriage 
to De Long. 

De Long's diaries (1854-62) have been printed In the California 
Historical Society quarterly, v. 8-11 (Sept 1929-March 1932), under 
the title Calif omia's bantam cock. 

Gift of Lilian De Long Savage, Maud De Long Prlngle, and Richard 
E. Savage, 1932. 

MS 62-120 

Davis, William Heath, 1822-1909. 

Papers, 1836-1909. 

ca. 10 ft 

In California State Library. 

California pioneer, merchant, civic official, and author. Corre- 
spondence, account books, bills, receipts, orders, and other business 
and legal papers (chiefly prior to 1860) Business firms in the East 
and individuals in the principal trading centers of Hawaii, China, 
Latin America, and California are represented. Correspondents In- 
clude Washington Bartlett, Mr. Boggs, Samuel Brannan, Jose Joa- 
quin Estudillo, Joseph L Folsom, Talbot H. Green, Samuel J. Hensley, 
William Davis Merry Howard, George Hyde, Thomas Oliver Larkln, 



Jacob Primer Leese, William Leidesdorff, Henry Melius, Toothy Gny 
Phelps, Pierson B. Reading, Mr. Scott, David Spenee, Mar w < Guada- 
lupe Val'.ejo, and Jean Jacques Vioget 

Indexed in part 

Purchased from Mr. Davis, 1905 ; from Robert E Cowan, 1911. ^k 

MS 62-121^ 



Haynes, John Randolph, 1853-1937. 

John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation 
collection, 1890-1937. 

90 ft 

In University of California at Los Angeles, Bureau of Governmental 
Research Library. 

Physician. Correspondence and other papers relating to local and 
regional planning, water problems of California, regional economics, 
municipal administration in the Los Angeles area, the movement for 
direct legislation both in California and the U. S., California state and 
local elections, the acquisition of Owens Valley and Colorado River 
water for southern California, and public ownership of water and 
power resources. Correspondents Include Francis Joseph Heney, 
Franklin Hichborn, Hiram Warren Johnson, Judson King, William 

Dennison Stephens, and Henry Gaylord Wilshire. The material is re- 
lated to the bureau's Franklin Hichborn collection. 

Alphabetical card file in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 

Gift of the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation. 
1952. 

MS 62-122 



McWifliams, Carey, 1905- collector. 

Carey McWilliams collection, 1930-40. 

Sft 

In University of California at Los Angeles, Bureau of Govern- 
mental Research Library. 

Correspondence, reports, clippings, and other papers relating to mi- 
grant farm labor and the problems of the Mexican-American. The 
material is related to the bureau's John Randolph Haynes and Frank- _ 
lln Hichborn collections. ^m* 

Alphabetical card file in the library. " 

Gift of the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation. 
1952. ■ ■ 

MS62-123 



Stonington Historical Society. 

Records of Stonington, 1672-1902. 

3 ft (ca. 100 items) 

In Stonington (Conn.) Historical Society Library. 

In part, transcripts. 

Materials on the early history of Stonington; on incorporation of 
the borough, with records of burgess meetings; on Stonington banks, 
cemeteries, churches, fire companies, roads, and schools; and military 
records, especially of the War of 1812 and the Civil War. Early rec- 
ords include journal of a lighthouse keeper (from 1824), ledgers and 
account books (1761-1810), records of marriages (1765-98), the auto- 
biographical narrative of a slave (1798), legal papers, and other docu- 
.., ; ments. 

Catalog in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gifts of Stonington families. 

MS 62-124 

Gregory, Leslie E 

Papers. 1846-1930. 

330 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Contractor and author. Ca. 225 letters to and from the Arizona 
Pioneers' Historical Society relating to historical questions ; MS. en- 
titled Arizona's queer corners and interesting characters, concerning 
John P. Clum, Charles D. Poston, Edward L Schieffiln, and the Casa 
Grande ruins; and newspaper articles written by Gregory on Gila 
Pueblo. Includes assay reports, claim locations from the McMillan ^ 
district, and indentures for the McMillan Silver Mining Co., in Globe, S 



Ariz. 



MS 62-125 



Hancock, James Covington, 1862-1937. 

Papers, 1880-1935. 

100 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections CTucson, Ariz.) 

Justice of peace, storekeeper, and postmaster in Paradise, Ariz. 
Correspondence relating to Geronimo, Tom Horn, Owen White, Qaley- 
ville, Ariz., the militia, ranching, and other matters ; notes on Walter 
Noble Burns' book entitled Tombstone; and petitions offering rewards 
for the capture of cattle or horse thieves in Cochise Co., Ariz. 

MS 62-126 



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Hattick, William. 

Papers of William Hattick and Rose Hattick, 1889-95 
9 items and 3 v. ^ «.«««-»»•». 

™,t^^JTiT^. Historical Societ y collections (Tucson, Ariz ) 
*^tl °L L tte T on,bstone epitaph. Condition book (1891) con- 
taining short stories and articles including ^ fe among tne^omanl 

mSST' 1*?T' '■"* I™ *' and * m ^ 8nre book (i^-9i)^rZ 
jltonAnnacv^-Jz.' Uw^ mesTsanitK. Includes an account book W92) 
and examination papers (1892) of Hattlck's slater Rose. 

MS 62-127 

Hayden, Carl Trumbull, 1877- collector. 

Hayden coDection, ca. 1800-1961 
40,000 items. 

£ P^ns£ P te S ' HISt0riCal ^^ co,lertions < Tucs ^ ***-> 

^•2l7 eSp ! ,ldence ^ i * h tne Arizona Pioneers' Historical Societr am- 
plications for membership to the society, list of California wl^teS 
who were members ofthe society, Wographlcal^aS rST£ 
Pioneers, accounts extracted from books *nd newspap^remtois! 
V^dSLgt'SZT- i?- <flUdes a «** of the ISr?Srd IZZtg 
Sf^JiS 6a ^ ) wh . ich «•"»"» articles written by Joseph Pratt Allvn 
W*E%££Z?" p8endonym *«— • «* an tode^l^tTe 

MS 62-128 

Prince, Le Baron Bradford, 1840-1922. 
Papers, 1845-95. 
160 Items. 
In University of California at Los Angeles Library 

Territ^rf N^M^J^!^^**' «"<> 'Governor of the 
-SS-S 7 . ■£?* Mexico. Correspondence and miscellaneous Daners 

5^2.'^S5? 01y _ (1S71 " 75 ) Correspondents Include Boscoe Conkline 
David Dudley Field, HamUton Flab, DavldBenoettHllL mrtiS 
Cmuangham McCormlck, IIHHtvaktOM *^wS^e$S£. 

MS 62-129 

Parsons, George WhitweD, 1850-1933. 

Papers, 1893-1920. 

ca. 200 items. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 

Correspondence and scrapbooks documenting Parson's activities as 
l&STSilST* ?**!* engineer ■* dialSufofthe Mntog io£ 
SSE^J^i 1-8 Ang ^* s C"™^ of Commerce. Incradtesiatertal 
relating to the promotion of southern California on and mtoerald* 
Telopment, to agricultural exhibits at the Omaha Exposition eflim 

* n %& l ?J :D &! ls dTlc affiate of *• early SOttcentoy? 
Gut of Mr. Parsons. 

MS 62-130 

Taylor, Frederic William, 1860-1944. 

Papers, 1897-1944. 

6 ft. (ca. 400 Items) 

InUniverBlty of California at Los Angeles Library 
nwS^JSSS- Correspondence, clippings, certificates, awards, 
jftf^-rKS?* Sl tter ', and otner P a D ers concerning Taylor's adUvt 
2f£^! D i!2 :to i; General <* Agriculture, El SaJrador, and'develODer rf 
taS? SUS?" J" £! r - & Incln,les W scraptaois^otSSnl 
Jf^. reports, and printed matter compiled by Taylor while supe? 

S^?on 0f M 1 S rt ! Cnl ^ e *** dlrector «* concession at the BaJbtto 
Exposition (1901) Titles of the volumes Include McKlnleys asras- 

■"jfJtton^nnate, iortlculture; Concessions reports; Foods and their 
accessories ; and Reports of the Agricultural and Hort^tural DlvE 



MS 62-131 



Gift of Mrs. Taylor, 1944. 



Rodman family. 

Papers, 1763-1915. 

ca. 185 items. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) 

isffiff^f^i Qnaker T?* 16 ™- Comprises ca. 180 letters (1768- 
1865) i from various members of the Rodman and Rotch families, 
JSSS^f 2£ ary ££ dl: , d i arieB (M0B-<») "I a memorandum^ o? 
cnrrences from 1775 to 1794, of Winiam Rotch. 1734-1828 oewriUv 

^EJESZffJ* i"" 1 "** Friends ; a copy of the peace stand of the 
*2£%£*J I ££2'JJ aa J i 8«»ealoglcal chart and rther data on oi 
descendants of Tristram Coffin. 

Checklist In the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Alfred Rodman Hussey, 1960. 

MS 62-132 



Hancock, Cornelia, 1840-1926. 

Correspondence, 1864-78. 
lbox. 

In Friends Historical library of Swarthmore Colleee. 
In ^part, photocopies (negative) from the Annual w» rt „* «^. 
Associations Friends for the Aid anHlev^tion TaJK2££* 

ntaL"T5^? to V ,,d ^ worker " betters, ™>*?°t uiemto?om- 
pJete, from Miss Hancock to her relatives, written whtiiT.^^^ 
working with Negroes in South GirXa^rttenTshe V£fJS*JZ£ 
nursing soldiers during the Civil WarTfamlryietter^^^^ 

Unpublished guide In the library 
Gift of Henrietta S. Jaquette, 1956. 

MS 62-133 

Coit, LUIie (Hitchcock) 1843-1929. 
Papers, 1865-1880's. 
ca. 325 items and 2 v. 

In California State Library. 

Volunteer firewoman, of San Francisco. Correspondence. Journal. 

2ZT&?«£ fn*** aDd Photos - Mo8t of ^hetett^lSKHK) 
E\£ ^fr'ento and concern personal matters. The dippIngTSate 
toMra^Coitand her family and to Knickerbocker Co., Engine no?" 

Card Index In the library. 
Purchased from Albert Dressier, 1930. 

MS 62-134 
Garland, William Harris. 

Papers, 1819-73. 
SOOitems. 

lecWon ?282) ty ° f NOrth CaroUlla "brary, Southern Historical Col- 

rf?^^ SC 'K. C0rre8p0ndence '^eny 1836-53) and family papers 
pf Garland while a mechanic for railroad shops, sawmills, and steMrT 

Una and Florida. -Includes letters from relatives and friendVta 
England and up and down the Atlantic coast inenas in 

Unpublished description In the library. 
Purchase., 1953. 

MS 62-135 
Creer, Margaret Phillips. 
Papers, to 1950. 

7ft. 

In Los Angeles Public Library. 

In part, transcripts. 

Gei^oglsL Cc^respondence, transcripts «f unpublished vital 
records and original compilations of various family pedigrees. The 
material Is related to the library's Genealogy TnSHriSSSvt, conec- 

Unpnbllshed Guide to the Margaret Phillips Oreer senealoelcBi 

History Division of the library. -^-ou 

Gift of the estate of Mrs. Creer, 185B. 
LU.S.-OeneaX MS 62-136 

Los Angeles. Public Library. 

Genealogy manuscript collection. 

8500 items. 

In Los Angeles Public library. 

ana^ro P ^faSSe S yPeWrttten MSS - **"* to TOriora ^^ 
Described In the Uhrary's Catalog to family histories. 
Gifts from various sources, 1884- -—«». 

MS 62-187 

Hodge, Frederick Webb, 1864-1956. 
Papers, 1894-1957. 
100 Items. 

In University of California at Los Angeles library 
Anthropologist Corraspondeuce, photos, and related printed mat- 
ter^orrespondenta Include Joseph Gregg Layne and LawrenceCtark 

Acquired from various sources, 1956- 

MS 62-138 

Bleecker, Harmanns, 1779-1849. 

Papers, 1715-1885. 

11 ft (ca. 2590 Items) 

In New York State Library. 

lawyer U. S. Representative from New Tork, and diplomat 
Correspondence, memoranda, documents, and other papers rented 
Kee^eltete ^ * W '*"? * Bleecker * Sedgwlct^d te til 

Indeed to the Uhrary's MSS. card catalog. 

Gift of Amasa J. Parker, 1926; of Mrs. ■William Gorham Rice, 1927. 

MS 62-189 



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Bacon, Theodore, 1834-1900. 

Papers, 1878-1907. 

14 ft 

In New York State library. 

lawyer. Correspondence, account boots, and other papers. In- 
cludes correspondence of Henry Selden and Leonard H. Bacon, letter 
copy books on legal and banking matters, account books of Bacon. 
Briggs, Beckley, and BisBell, law register of Henry S. Bacon, and 
material on Delia S. Bacon. 

Gift of Louis W. Kaiser, 1KB. 

MS 62-140 

Abbott, Jared T 

Civil "War papers, 1864-66. 

2 ft. (ta. 140 items) 

In New York State Library. 

Union Army officer. Correspondence, enlistments, Invoices and 
returns of ordnance and clothing, special orders, and other papers 
relating chiefly to Co. 1, 185th Begt, New York Volunteers. 

Descriptive list In the library. 

Purchased, IMS. 

MS 62-141 

Hough, Oliver, 1868-1915. 

Papers, 1886-1909. 

5ft 

In Bucks County Historical Society library (Doyiestown, Pa.) 

Genealogist and historian. Correspondence, diaries, notes, a 3 
volume genealogy of the Atkinson family, memoranda, news dippings, 
deeds, letters of administration, wills, records of marriages and 
deaths, Quaker records, and other papers, largely concerned with the 
genealogy of the Hough and allied families, tracing the Hough an- 
cestry back to 1307. The diaries describe Hough's life In Philadelphia, 
1889—1909. 

Index and card catalog In the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift, 1837. 

MS 62-142 

Brewster, Georgians. 

Correspondence, 1854-89. 

78 Items. 

In California State Library. 

Chiefly letters addressed to Miss Brewster from relatives in New 
York State, expressing personal feelings and describing family ac- 
tivities. Includes four letters (1864) from a friend In Guaymas, 
Mexico with some description of that place. ^ 

Card Index In the library. 

Gift. 

MS 62-143 

Fay family. 

Papers, 1850-68. 

45 Items. 

In California State Library. 

Correspondence and business papers, of Logan, David, Patrick, 
and John Fay, brothers who came to California In 1849 to work In 
the mines. Includes 35 letters written by the Fays to their f»mii r in 
New York and papers relating to the soap business which they estab- 
lished In San Francisco. 

Card index In the library. 

Gift of John W. Scott, 1811-18. 

MS 62-144 
Gallup, Josiah, 1826-1858. 

Correspondence, 1852-60. 

50 Items. 

In California State Library. 

Freight operator and city alderman of Sacramento. Chiefly letters 
from Gallup to his fiancee and cousin Julia Gallup, In the Bast The 
contents are largely personal but there is some comment on prices 
and freighting. The material Is related to the library's Falser col- 
lection. 

Card Index in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Ardell Folger Armstrong, 1984. 

MS 62-145 

Cromie, Robert James, 1887- 

Correspondence, 1924. 

1 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Publisher of the Vancouver Sun. Letters of eminent statesmen of 
Ca n ada and the U. S. to Mr. Cromie, commending him for presenting 
to the National Press Galleries at Washington John Innes' painting 
In commemoration of President Harding's visit to Canada In 1923. 

Presented by Frederic B. KIrkland, 1937. 

MS 62-146 



American story (Radio ■program) 
Records, i954r- 

5 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence, scripts, and other papers concerned with the con- 
tinning radio series prepared and distributed by Broadcast Music, JM 
inc., in association with the Society of American Historians. Con- *^ 
tributors to this series include Bruce Catton, George Dangerfield, 
Marquis James, Howard Mumford Jones, Bichard B. Morris, Frank 
Luther Mott Allan Nevlns, and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. 

Gift of Carl Haverlin, 1958. 

MS 62-147 

Protestant Episcopal Church in the U. S. A 

Autographs of bishops of the Episcopal Church complete 
from Bishop Seabury. 

6 v. 

In Episcopal Theological School Library (Cambridge, Mass.) 

MS 62-148 



Carson, Russell Mack Little, 1884- 

Correspondence, 1923-53. 

125 items. 

In Adirondack Museum (Blue Montain Lake, N. Y.) 

Businessman and author. Correspondence relating to the Adiron- 
dack. Correspondents include Alfred L Donaldson, B. S. Hosmer, 
T. F. Luther, George Mead, Lithgow Osborne, Samuel N. Spring, and 
Gurth Whipple. 

Gift of Mr. Carson, 1956-57. 

MS 62-149 

Van Bnren family. 

Papers, 1801-51. 

59 ite_s. 

In Columbia County Historical Society collections (Kinderhook, ^ 

Chiefly letters, deeds, and receipts to or by Abraham and Lawrence ™ 
Van Buren, Lucas Goes, J. Vanderpoel, Abraham Vosburgh, and 
others. 

Calendar of papers In the repository. 

Purchase. 

MS 62-150 



Townsend National Recovery Plan, inc. 

Records, 1938-52. 

54 ft. (ca. 126,000 items) 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 

Correspondence, papers, and accounts for the 12th Regional Dis- 
trict, Modesto, Calif., which comprises the States of California, Ari- 
zona, Nevada, and Colorado. 

Inventory of the records in the library. 

Gift of John C. Cuneo, 1953. 

MS 62-151 



Rowe, Joseph Andrew, 1819-1887. 

Papers, 1857-61. 

ca. 70 items. 

In California State Library. 

Equestrian circus performer and owner. Letters, bills and other 
business papers of Bowe and his associates In a pioneer California 
circus. Most of the letters are written from towns In the interior of 
California and pertain to circus life. The material was collected by 
Albert Dressier. 

Most of the letters were published In California's pioneer circus 
(1926) , edited by Albert Dressier. 

Gift of Albert Dressier, 1931. 

MS 62-152 



Barnard, Daniel Dewey, 1796-186L 

Papers, 1840-6L 

ca. 3 ft 

In New York State Library. 

Lawyer and statesman. Correspondence, diaries (1850-53), scrap- 
books, dispatch books (1850-53), a book of photos, of old Albany 
residents, and other papers relating to Barnard's service as New York 
State assemblyman, Member of Congress, and V. S. Minister to 
Prussia. 

Purchased from a dealer, 1926. 

MS 62-153 



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Brown, Orsell Cook, 1835-1881. 
Papers, 1861-65. 
2 ft. (ca ; 225 items) 
In New York State Library 

Gift of Mary Imogene Hazeltine and Hay Thomas Hazeltine, 1935. 

MS 62-154 
Morgan, James Dada, 1810-1896 
Papers, 1840-96. 

377 items. 

wJSV So "" 7 " *'"' ™" "™" »—». •*«««■ 

MS 62-155 

Virginia (Colony) County Court (Lower Norfolk Co.) 
Records, 1637-46. 

2 v. 

to Virginia Historical Society collections 
Porter 08 "* 48 made to M 86 fro™ the original records by John W. H. 
Index In v. 2. 

»5S^£fflSig ^ Vb8,D,a mawtttoe «* "^ «* ■**• 

terf 1896* ** Danghto;B °* ^ American Bevoumon, Norfolk Cnap- 

MS62-156 

Central Organization for a Durable Peace, The ffooue. 
Records, 1915-18. ^^ 

2 ft. 

lection** 16 ' 1 ' 18 Historlcal LU)rar y ot Swarthmore College, Peace Col- 
f r i ^'Ui, , iI t Iii^l prl ? ted fS^ 1 * 1 ^ ■" organization seeking terms 

MS 62-157 

Chfldwold Hotel, Ma&sawepie, N.T. 

Records, 1892-1909. 

83 Items. 

In Adirondack Museum (Bine Mountain Lake. N Ti 

Correspondence of Charles E Leland, manager a*nd*I> r Kanton 

Gifts of John W. Stock and the Emporium lumber Co.. 1958-59. 

MS 62-158 

Julian (W. A.) Company, Tucson, Ariz. 
Records, 1890-1935. 
900 items. 

JSifS 011 * Pioneeis ' Historical Society collections (Tucson. Ariz.) 
. n ?°£f 1 ? ! , 2? ,ce V ^^oooks, trial balance books, contrart books 
andjupybooks. includes a questionnaire relat^ to WWamT 

MS 62-159 
Bme Mountain House, Blue Mountain Lake, N T 
Records, 1889-1940 ' 

47 items. 

n n ^^ OT ^ ackMnsemn < BIneM ountalnLake,N Y) 



l«fr47. ° f a * HoctocUla . w - I* Vessels, and E. R. Wheeler, 

MS62-160 
Craig, Geraldine E 1877- 

Papers, 1859-1961. 
100 items 

wst* 1 ?"? Pl ? ne f xs ' fstorical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 
»ho l?;5^ paC 5S leap %*-■ ^ Qila expedition of 18597^^01 
£$<™ £ ^ M ^ e \ "? d SU'« King and Pinal, together '^rtflTawt 
pl£™^1rea. ^ ■*• Ptoal BmehSf tSiaifir Klnf art 

MS 62-161 



International Marble Company. 

Records, ca. 1900-20. 

1 item and 3 v. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson. Ariz 1 

the National Marble Co., In Cochise Co., Ariz. ^^ 

MS 62-162 

Grossetta, Warren A 

2»eS and^'v"" 1 Ml8 " WalTen *" Grossett ». 1890-1940. 
In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections fTnnmn a,h„ * 
County official of Pima Co, ia IpfpSlSaZi to amort 

P SI° n S,fi C ^ T T ents J I £_ offl,res a 6 * 3 - I* "* <* Ptoenteaid»S£n! 

n^Sr ^fiff, 8 ™ 8 5 Tncson ' "^ tte S"" ^erl^on, i£d a 

MS 62-163 



Herrera, Eleazar D collector. 

Herrera coUection, 1880-1920 
225 items. 

^P^rnd M ^^^^of S SfMa^^ ^ T m^^ , 
Se^eTlnyder !^^ * *^»S»riffStt 

MS 62-164 

Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society. 

Helvetia, Arizona collection, 1901. 

Journal of the Helvetia Mining Co. Helvetia, Ariz, and a 

MS62-165 



Jones, Ada Ekey, collector. 

Jones collection, 1850-1920. 

50 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Correspondence; MSS. entitled The first battle of Nogajes, 1913, 
and A guide to Calif ornla from Salt Lake City in 1858; nottaes'of loca- 
™? D ^S !a i I f?7 Ia ; -■■**« «tatlng to V^iniaCItyTNev^, an^a 
mimeographed listing of old mines In Arizona. Includes military and 
business papers of Robert Ekey. ~^^, w, 

MS 62-166 



Hughes, Louis Cameron, 1842-1915. 

Papers, 1894-1910. 
210 items. 

™itS^ Pi0n ^'? storIcal Soae ^ collections (Tucson, Ariz ) 
B n£^5^ rney «*'>?>* Go- «"»<» Governor of Arizona? Corre- 
spondence, testimony relating to the Investigation of charges preferred 

fSSf 1 "5l. a ? cra P b00k - Includes letters to E B. Moore, Charies 
Stokes, and the Secretary of the Interior concerning Hughes as Gover- 

MS 62-167 



Land, Webster H 1881- 

Correspondence, 1923-24. 
300 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections ( Tucson, Ariz. ) 
Business letters written by Land to various companies, and letters 
received from banks relating to a cattle ranching enterprise. 

MS 62-168 

Lage, Patricia, collector. 

Lage coUection, 1880-1950. 

lbox. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson. Ariz.) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and microfilm. 
.»f a J> r !?i? cInde a ' ,MS - «"»««* to the Geronlmo campaign, a TJnlver- 
aity of Arizona master's thesis entitled BOstorr of FortHnachuca. 
and records (1880-1910) of Fort HuachucaTArS; *ort auachuca, 

MS 62-169 



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Eneipp, Leon Frederick. 

Papers, 1890-1961. 

400 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Agriculturist. Correspondence, mimeographed bulletins, pam- 
phlets, other papers relating to agriculture and forestry service,' and 
pictures of Will Barnes, Roosevelt, and Prescott, Ariz, and. others. 

MS 62-170 

Macia, Ethel, 1881- 

Papem, 1880-1959. 

75 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Correspondence (1926-59) with the Arizona Pioneers' Historical 
Society relating to historical information, a reminiscence entitled Mrs. 
James H. Macia of Tombstone, and photos, of southern Arizona. 

MS 62-171 

Loring, George H 1. 1854. 

Papers, 1854-78. 

800 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Watchmaker. Correspondence and newspaper articles. Includes 
letters to and from members of Loring*s family, and letters relating to 
his trip from Boston to Arizona in 1876, together with papers of the 
Arizona Colonization Co. 

MS 62-172 

Leonard, Ida Reid, 1875-1947. 

Papers, 1845-1940. 

7 boxes. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

University professor. MSS., Including Colorado River mines, The 
first American flag in Tucson, More important archives of the Terri- 
tory and State of Arizona, and The wishing shrines; notes, outlines, 
and other papers used in the course History of the West taught at the 
University of Arizona by Mrs. Leonard; and 800 photos, of the South- 
west United States. 

MS 62-173 

Leonard, Heman Burr. 

Papers, 1880-1935. 

6 boxes. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

University professor. Correspondence relating to various organi- 
zations; MSS., including Archaeological novelties of Mexico, and 
Spain and Morocco; printed matter pertaining to American politics 
and other subjects ; and programs, notices, and other papers regarding 
appearances of orchestras and entertainment in Tucson, Ariz. 

MS 62-174 

Forsyth, Thomas H 

Papers, 1891-99. 

50 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Soldier. Correspondence, congressional bills, deeds, and sketches 
of Forsyth. Includes a MS. entitled A brief sketch of the life of Mary 
Elizabeth Forsyth nee Strickland. 

MS 62-175 

BonsaO family. 

Papers, ca. 1751-1905. 

ea. 350 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence, diaries, deeds, indentures, and other legal docu- 
ments, notes, poetry, general memoranda, genealogical material, me- 
morabilia, and photos, of the descendants of Richard Bonanll, who 
were for the most part residents of Pennsylvania, and chiefly asso- 
ciated with transportation, the law, tf»fh\ng and real estate. "Sta 
letters were written by members of the family, friends, and business 
associates and deal with personal matters, business affairs, and 
topics of contemporary Interest. 

MS 62-176 

Ming family. 

Correspondence, 1831-54. 

GO items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence of Rufus, John and Nehemlah F. Ring containing 
chiefly discussions of family matters and comments on the questions 
of the day. A number of the letters were written from Europe. 

MS 62-177 



Cowles family. 

Correspondence, 1832-79. 

40 Items. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

Personal correspondence of the members of the Cowles and Brad- 
ley families of Vermont Includes 21 letters from George Cowles 
of Bygate, Tt to Mary Bradley, his fiancee, of Peacham, Tt; 15 
letters from Mary Bradley Cowles to her children, Jennie and 
Francis; and letters from Laura Bradley, 8. H. Cowles, and Noah 
Worcester. 

MS 62-178 

Calvert family. 

Correspondence, 1795-1857. 

91 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Letters written by George Henry Calvert, his mother Rosalie 
Stler Calvert, and his uncle, Charles J. SOer, as well as other mem- 
bers of the Calvert family. All the letters are In French except 
those by George Calvert which were wri t ten from Europe and de- 
scribe the life of a young gentleman of leisure In the early 19th 
century. The remainder of the correspondence deals chiefly with 
family fln»ni-i»i transactions. Includes 25 letters from George 
Henry Calvert to Hiram Powers. 

Gift of Bernard S. Carter and Caroline Mildred, Countess of Gos- 
ford.1946. 

MS 62-179 

Dix, John Adams, 1798-1879. 

Pape-s, 1813-79. 

ca. 1230 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Statesman. Correspondence, speeches, essays, dippings, leaflets, 
and miscellaneous papers. Chiefly correspondence with prominent 
military, political and literary figures of the period. Includes 88 
Items of correspondence and papers of John I. Morgan! 

Calendar Index In the library. 

Deposited by Sophie Dix, 1950. 

MS 62-180 



Dibdin, Thomas Frognall, 1776-1847. 

Corrr"pondence, 1818-20. 

44 ltenis. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

English clergyman and bibliographer. Letters written to Dibdin 
relating to the execution of drawings, etched and/or engraved plates, 
and woodcuts for Dibdin, probably in preparation for his BIblle- • 
graphical, antiquarian and picturesque tour In France and Germany 
(1821) Correspondents Include the nsngii«h engravers James Mltan, 
George Hollls, and Frederick C Lewis. 

MS 62-181 



Davis, Alexander Jackson, 1803-1892. 

Papers, ca. 1830-70. 
ca. 1600 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Architect Correspondence, daybook, drawings, engravings, con- 
tracts, clippings, and miscellaneous material. 

MS 62-182 

Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. 
Archives. 1860- 

38ft 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 

In part, microfilm. 

Official records, official publications (printed), papers of presi- 
dents of the college, Including correspondence, addresses, and lecture 
notes; correspondence and papers of the Board of Managers, the 
deans, and the alumni ; student records and records of affiliated 
groups; secondary works on Swarthmore ; scrapbooks, albums, and 
memorabilia. 

Checklist In the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gift and deposit 1929- 

MS 62-183 

Hamilton family. 

Letter book, 1781-90. 

lv. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Letters chiefly in the handwriting of Jasper Testes and relating 
to the estates of James Hamilton and William Hamilton in Lan- 
caster, Pa. 

MS 62-184 



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Duke University, Durham, N. C. 

Centennial celebration collection, 1937-39 
ca. 78 Items. 

•S*£f h J!£ff , £ Dept * *«*»«■ and History collections. 
iA t*J£S3?' pam P ll ! ets 1 Programs, invitations, tickets, map, and other 
W S^^ B iS cern ? B .v tlle ^? ,ltelmlal celebration of ' Doke u15veEh£ 

Description to the repository. 
Girt of A. S. Brewer, 193& 

MS62-185 
Columbia University. 

Records, 1655-1893. 

11 v. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

Correspondence, official and private documents, accounts, and other 

■«*£t£*JSS?*' 8 ° me d0CUlnent8 dated prior to the founding 

MS 62-186 
Columbia pniversity. <7*ZZ^e of Physician* and Surgeons. 
Kecords, ca. 1773-1900. 
6 boxes. 
In Columbia University libraries. 

develOD^? d ? , tt<.??SS^' an . d PS? 18 reSaan 8 to the history and 
Development of the College since Its founding. The earliest item* »«> 

Agassiz, Cornelius Agnew, John Jacob Aster, and Charles F. Chandler! 

MS 62-187 
Colombia University. Libraries. 
Kecords, ca. 1890-1926. 
122boxes. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

Corre^oondence of the library administrative staff, forms, notices. 
^aaons, and papers concerned with policy stateienteof ?artoS 
departments and co-operative projects in which the u££ plntc? 

MS 62-188 
fgBarlham College, Richmond, Ind. 

Archives, 1837- 

ca.200ft 

In Earlham College library. 
HJ£ msp0I1<ience • departmental reports, papers of the Collese nresi 
d?nte^ programs, pictures, printed materS^d I other pajSrWn- 
eludes papers of Presidents Walter Tarbor CarpenteT wnuam^urie£ 
De 5? i s, Barnabas Coffin Hobbs, Allen Jay, andJosSh Moor? 

Unpublished guide in the library ^^ re - 

Opento investigators under library restrictions. 
Deposits and a few gifts. «.u»ub. 

MS 62-189 
Alabama. University. 

Kecords, 1820-192L 
ca. 88 ft. (ca. 200,000 items) 
In Alabama University library 
In part, transcripts. 

Unpublished guide in the library!^ 

MS 62-190 

Cambridge League of Women Voters. 

Records, 1916- 
lbox. 

In Badcliffe College library, Women's Archives (B-15C) 
1x8*8? Z^TJTV {1923 i 1) ---2.SSS™ Board 

sjidmiscenaneouslubUcMloS^ (1816-20) and some programs 
Unpublished Inventory In the library 
£ Acquired 1958. "wuy. 

MS 62-191 

Roper Hospital, Charleston, S. C. Board of Trustees 
Minutes, 1856-68. «"«». 

1090 sheets. 
IntodtoH>>Uege of South Carolina library. 

Gift of the Board, 1952. 

MS62-192 



U.S. District Court. Arkansas (Western Distrust) 

Correspondence, 1872-1901. 

376 items. 

In University of Arkansas library. 

letters to the clerk of court from individuals and law firms, In- 
quMng about disposition of various cases. Most of the letters are 
addressed to Stephen W. Wheeler, clerk of court from 1875 until 1897 

Unpublished calendar in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Purchase, ca. 1937. 

MS 62-193 

Friends, Society of. Five Tears Meeting 
Records, 1907-32. 
3ft 
In Earlham College library 

and correspondence of its Friends Foreign MisslonCouncil [its Cnm 
™*T fl" dependent Meetings. Its ComStteean the Hud for a££ 
rXSrS? Nonaries, and its Execu^m S^g 
Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

MS 62-194 

Friends World Conference Committee. 

Records, 1933-56. 

18 ft 

In Friends Historical library of Swarthmore CoDese. 

Checklist in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions 

Deposit by the Committee. «=inmons. 

MS 62-195 



Western Oregon Livestock Association. Gorge Investigating 
Committee. 

Papers, 1944-45. 
ca. 50 items. 
In Oregon State library. 

Files of E. B. Stelner, chairman, Including correspondence and 
minutes. 

Gift of Elizabeth B. Topping, 1951. 

MS 62-196 



Daly's Theatre, New York. 

Records, 1872-99. 
80 v. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 
_ Cash account books (recording Income and expenditures), rosters 
of personnel, attendance books for members of the company, salary 
accounts, receipt books, a volume concerning directions for the set- 
tings for various plays which were presented regularly, and other 
business records of a theatre operated by Augustln Daly on Broad- 
way. 

MS 62-197 

New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company. 
Ledgers, 1874-1917. 
8 v. 

In Wilton (Conn.) Historical Society collections. 
Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 
Gift of the company. 

MS 62-198 

Kilroe, Edwin Patrick, 1880-1953. 
Papers, 1776-1952. 
36 v. and 17 boxes. 
In Columbia University Libraries. 

«„l^ W T e f" JSl1^ p ?? ,ienc 5 uj other Papers relating to the political 
and social activities of the Society of Tammany, todtades the^sords 
of various Tammany societies, correspondence of various members of 
the Tammany organization, MSS. of works by Kilroe on the Tammany 
Society, and ^correspondence relating to the formation of flieKUroe 
Collection In the Columbia University Library — «e 

Gift of Mr. Kilroe, 1942. 

MS 62-199 



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American Association of University Women. Boston 
Branch. 

Records, 1886- 

10 boxes. 

In Radcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (B-2) 

Correspondence, annual reports (1945-58), minutes of meetings, 
treasurer's records, committee reports, yearbooks, membership rec- 
ords, and Fellowship Committee records. Early records pertain to 
the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, which In 1921 became the 
American Association of University Women. 

Unpublished Inventory In the library. 

Acquired 1948-58. 

MS 62-200 



American Association of University Women. Massachusetts 
State Division. 

Records, 1936-58. 

7 t. and 3 boxes. 

In -Radcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (B-2 M) 

Historian's records, giving the history of the division and lis 
branches ; correspondence, annual reports, pictures, etc of the Fellow- 
ship Committee, and a publicity scrapbook. 

Unpublished Inventory In the library. 

Acquired 1956- 

MS 62-201 



American Association of University Women. Oregon State 
Division. 
Archives, 1923-56. 
8ft 

In Oregon State Library. 

State file, branch report flies, Fellowship Committee flies, national 
material, branch records, and duplicate materials and publications. 

MS 62-202 



The Little room manuscripts, 1898-1829. 

258 Items. 

In Newberry Library (Chicago) 

Correspondence, records, and memorabilia of a literary club active 
in Chicago, 1898-ca. 191A. 

MS62-203 



Soothers Historical Society. 

Records, 1873-87 and 1942-53. 

ca. 1500 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

The early records Include correspondence of the secretary, John 
William Jones. The later papers Include correspondence of the presi- 
dent, Douglas Southall Freeman, and treasurer, James Ambler 
Johnston, along with MSS. of projected volumes 51 and 52 of the 
Southern Historical Society papers, edited by Frank B. Vandiver. 

Becelved upon dissolution of the Society, 1953. 

MS 62-204 



National Institute of Letters, Arts, and Sciences, New 
York. 

Records, 1868-69. 

80 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Papers relating to the founding and activities of the Institute, In- 
cluding a printed constitution of the organization, a list of charter 
members, some miscellaneous notes and memoranda, and a group of 
letters from various people addressed principally to Charles A. Joy, 
president of the Institute. The letters deal mostly with attendance 
at meetings. 

MS 62-205 



City National Bank, Philadelphia. 
Records, 1857-1900. 

2v. 

In Historical 8odety of Pennsylvania collections. 

Signature book (1870-1900) Mnfarintwg signatures of deposit or s, 
and astock transfer book (1857-1900), recording the transfers of the 
bank stock. 

Presented by the Free Library of Phlmoetplila. 19*7. 

MS 62-206 



Shaw family. 

Business records, 1745-1850. 

40 Items. 

In William L Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Division of 
Manuscripts. A^ 

Business receipts and records of the Shaw family of AblngtonjV 
Mass. Persons named Include Jacob Allen, Rachel Bates, Ellahim 
Brlggs, Woodbridge Browne, Christopher Dyer, Jacob Dyer, Jona- 
than Gannett, Job Godfrey, Joseph Greenleaf, Jacob B«»«f, Al 
Herman, Aaron Hobart, Isaac Hobart William Hoges, Sam Norton, 
Daniel Noyes, Abljah Pool, Benjamin Pool, Joseph Pool, Joshua Pool, 
Abner Portier, Daniel Reed, Lydla Shaw, Ephraim Spooner, S. Thax- 
ter, Joslah Thompson, John Thrill, Joslah Torrey, Bteazer Whitman, 
and Jonah Willis. 

Gift of Wilfred Shaw, 1947. 

MS 62-207 



Bedford, Isaac 

Papers, 1827-46. 
lbox. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
Miscellaneous business papers, bills, and receipts. Includes some 
papers of Andrew McBride. 



MS 62-208 



Crawford, Wflham Carroll, 1804-1895. 
Papers, 1842-95. 



In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 
In part, transcripts (typewritten) 
Texas patriot Correspondence and legal papers. 
Gift of Mrs. M. W. Harpold and Mrs. J. A. Helms, 1932. 



MS 62-209 



Brownsville, Or. 

Records, 1864-95. .] 

1 Item and 2 v. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Minutes (1870-98) of the town council, the treasurer's book (1891- 
94) , and a plan (1864) of the town by James Blakely. 

MS62-210 



Warren family. 

Papers, 1639-1795. 

2v. 

In New York Historical , 

Deeds and other papers. 



Society collections. 



MS 62-211 



Bayard family. 

Papers of the Bayard, Hake, and Lynch families, 1717- 
1848. 
lv. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

MS 62-212 



Davis family. 

Papers, 1809-1916. 
lbox. 

In West Virginia University Library (140) 

Personal and business papers of Isaac, Albert, and Silas R. DavlB 
of Ohio and Marshall Counties. gs) 



MS 62-213 



Rodofson family. 

Papers. 

4ft 

In Oregon State Library. 

Correspondence, histories, family trees, clippings, Bible records, 
pictures, and family folklore of the ««mni« of five sons-in-law of 
Lawrence Boetafson, who came to Oregon in 1861 and 1852: Neill 
Johnson, John Tucker Scott, Levi Coffee, Stinson Goody, and Cyrus 
Gowdy. 

MS 62-214 



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Records, 1923-36. 
1 box 
kg In Columbia University Libraries 

MS 62-215 rev 

McCall, John Marshall, 1825-18%. 
Papers. 

8 reels of microfilm. 
Id Jacksonville (Or.) Museum. 

Officer of the Oregon State Militia and owner of the Ashland 
Woolen Mills at Ashland, Or. Letters and records. 

MS 62-216 

Saxony {Electorate, 1356-1806) Lam, statute,, eto. 
Manuscript laws, ca. 1580-ca. 1810. 

In Sntro Library (San Francisco) 

Contemporary copies of law*, and some printed material- 

MS 62-217 

Fort Hoskins, Or. 

Records, 1856-65. 
lft. 

Id University of Oregon Library 
a£XZ$& ,*** "** "^ "* Proceeding, of the Ootmcfl of 

MS 62-218 

Withers, Emily Theresa (Harrell) Marsh. 

# Papers, 1948-57. 

ca. MO items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections 
.JS£f ato8l8t 2? Wstolan- Materials concerning Mrs. Withers' 

MS 62-219 

By-land Abbey. 

Records, ca. 1177-1390. 

It. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Transcripts (handwritten) 

J5SS"..S p^ers^Wtin! ^ **«*«-»»- »P» 

MS 62-220 

Adriance, John, 1818-1903. 
Papers, 1832-1903. 
ca.2ft 

Jn 2 l i^ 8i,y "* Texas "teMT. Texas Archives 
In part, transcripts (handwritten) 

Unpublished Index in the library. ^^ P ^' 

MS 62-221 

Minto, John, 1822-1915. 
Papers. 1864-1912. 
69 folders. 

In Oregon State Library. 
WH * Pioneer Oregon settler, forester and stock ralnn-- «•»««*.._ «# 
£2° n f^ te Board ° f HortlcSe. CoSS S£? ~ 
ports and sketches, addresses, dippings, ands^Sot^ ^ "" 

MS 62-222 

National Museum of Engineering and Industry. 

Records, ca. 1920-35. 

15 boxes. 

In Colnmbla University Libraries. 

one^on P o? d ttf wSSL l W" rdattos to tte establishment and 
operation of the National Mnsenm of Engineering and Industry. 

MS 62-223 



Merchants and Mechanics Land Company, Savannah, Go. 
Records. 1873-1908. 

1444 items and 19 v. 

In Poke University Library. 
twSSnSZSfSUL *****% ■ "SJbooks, bills, receipts, payrolls, con- 
£^S ^^S^J^ *^ < *2** 8 ' "P 01 * <* the^SraVof property 
owned, llste of stockholders, and other materials (chiefly 1882-1905) 
of the tend company and of the Savannah and Iste of ameBaOrMd 
< &-i Iat " !r - the SaTam Mh, Tybee and AOantlcBanwaTco>S2 
etate correspondence of Daniel Qngel Ptirse, preXnTVtte co£ 

Card Index in the library. 
.Acquired, 1952. 

MS 62-224 

Davie, William Richardson, 1756-1820. 
Papers. 1758-1818. 
190 items. 

Ott^Wa-lSP ^^ "T- So " a «™ Historical 

In part, transcripts. 
c JKevoh.tIonary soldier. State legislator, and Governor of North 

Unpublished description In the library 
W.£2£? ^ *■ WWiBm ^^"^ »=1e Crockett 

MS 62-225 

Coolidge, Dane, 1873-1940. 
Papers, 1907-28. 
lbox. 

to Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson. Aria.) 
Educator and author. MSS. of Coolidge's By trick and device, The 
cherryeow horse-changing, Indian medicine man, The law west of 
Queen Creek, and The three "Cs" of Arizona. 

MS 62-226 

Biddle, James S 

Correspondence, 1833-59. 
ISO Items. 

Id Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
n^uTSru d s n NavT nenClnS wlai Blddte ' 8 W«-« as midship- 
Presented by Mrs. W. E. Mayo, 195L 

MS 62-227 

Polk, George Washington, 5. 1847. 
Papers, 1793-1927. 

cs.2fL 
lec?on U ?29?£j ity ° f NOrth CaroUna Ltbrary ' Sontherl1 Historical Col- 

Unpublished description In the library 
Gift of George W. Polk, Jr., 1958. 

MS 62-228 

Rhett, Robert Barnwell, 1800-1876. 
Papers, 1835-80. 
377 items. 

lec?on U ffi lty " N0Itb Car0U,,a UbTSly - Smthem Historical Ool- 

Bhett a^^rand:?h?s d so^ at ° r *""* S ° nth Ca ™ llna - *"**» * 
Unpublished description in the library 
Purchased from Mrs. Joseph E. T. Bansom, 1956. 

MS 62-229 

Jones family. 

Papers, 1815-1932. 
ca. 600 items. 

fcctton U °28M) ,ty ° f NOrth Ca ™" Ila L,braryi So^em Historical Col- 
«*S >n ? Sp ?, n(Je 2 < 5' diaries > business account books, and other oarers 

Unpublished description In the library 

Gifts of Frances A^ Kate, and Julia Jones, 1945-58. 

MS62-230 



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Temple, Mary Boyce, I. 1856. 

Correspondence, 1876-1920. 

5ft. ( t;i.250O items) 

In University of Tennessee Library. 

Welfare worker. General correspondence (1876-1916) and corre- 
spondence connected with the Daughters of the American Revolution, 
of which Miss Temple was vice president general. ■ The material is 
related to the library's Oliver Perry Temple collection. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift 

MS 62-231 



Raskin Co-operative Association. 

Records, 1894-99. 

2 ft. (ca. 500 items) 

In University of Tennessee Library. - 

Minutes of meetings (1804-95), a MS. history of the colony, mem- 
bership certificates, notes and articles by Grace S. Buehler ; catalog of 
the Buskin library ; clippings from The coming nation, published by 
Charles Wayland (who founded the community in Dickson County, 
Tenn. in 1894) ; and photos. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the State Historical Society of Colorado, 1955-56. For- 
merly owned by Mrs. Grace Reaves. 

MS 62-232 



Gordon family. 

Papers, 1887-1901. 

ca. 500 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence and other papers. Correspondents include Leila 
Sinclair Montague Gordon Barnett, Anne Eliza Pleasants Gordon, 
Basil Brown Gordon, Douglas Huntley Gordon, and Elizabeth Clarke 
Gordon. 

Gift of Mrs. George A. Biagley and Douglas H. Gordon, 1961. 

MS 62-233 



Round Table Clnb, NashviOe. 

Records, 1884-1955. 

ca. 1 ft. (500 items) 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Correspondence and miscellaneous records, published handbooks, 
programs, and papers prepared for the club by Lansing Burrows, John 
H. DeWItt, John L. Hill, Morton B. Howell, and (19 papers) B. B. C. 
Howell. Handbooks, published 1891, 1901, 1931, and 1946, contain 
names of the members, officers, and all of the programs, including the 
names of the persons reading papers and the titles of the papers read. 
The papers cover a wrde variety of subjects. 

Unpublished register In the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Gerald Henderson. Formerly In the possession of 
Judge B. B. C. Howell. 

MS 62-234 



Williams family. 

Papers, 1812-1907. 

350 items and 16 v. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Papers, mainly relating to the Bank of Savannah in Savannah, 
Tenn., with which H. E., J. B., and J. J. Williams were connected. 
Includes 16 letter books (1887-1907) as well as bills, notes, receipts, a 
few letters, wills, and indentures. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Transferred from the Joint University Library In 1859, with the 
consent of the former owner. Dr. Frank B. Williams. 

MS 62-235 



Lord, William Wflberforce, 1818-1907. 
Papers, 1844-99. 
60 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Poet and clergyman. Correspondence and MSS. of poems. Corre- 
spondents include Elizabeth Stedman Kinney, William B. Kinney, 
Arthur Stedman, and Edmund Clarence Stedman. 

MS 62-236 



Lazarus, Emma, 1849-1887. 

Correspondence, 1868-87. 

86 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Poetess. Personal letters written to Miss Lazarus which contain 
many references to her poetry. Correspondents include John Bur- 
roughs, James Bryce, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry James, William 
Morris, and Tomaso SalvlnL. 

Gift of Annie Humphreys Johnstone, 1928. 

MS 62-237 



Santayana, George, 1863-1952. 

Papers, ca. 1880-1946. 

8 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Philosopher and author. Correspondence and literary MSS. In- 
cludes the MSS. of Beslm of spirit. Persons and places (vols. 1 and 3) 
Idea of Christ in the Gospels, and Apologia -pro mente son. 

Gift of Corliss Lamont, 1954 and 1958. 

MS 62-238 

Raskin, John, 181S-1900. 

Letters, 1859-89. 

ca. 335 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

English art critic and author. Letters from Buskin to his friend 
and publisher, George Allen, relating to personal, artistic, and busi- 
ness matters. 

MS 62-239 

Repton, John Adey, 1775-1860. 
Papers, ca. 1800-50. 
1 portfolio. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

English architect. Miscellaneous letters, drawings, papers, and 
memorabilia by or relating to Bepton and to his father, Humphrey 
Bepton, a landscape gardener. 

MS62-240 f| 



Reinhart, Charles Stanley, 1844-1896. 

Papers, 1870-1956. 

260 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

In part, photocopies. 

Artist. Correspondence, drawings, sketches, dippings, memora- 
bilia, and other papers. Includes a group of letters to Reinnart's son, 
relating to the disposition of various paintings to galleries and mu- 
seums throughout the country. Correspondents include E. A. Abbey, 
William Dean Howells, and Henry James. 

MSB2-241 



Sigourney, Lydia Howard (Huntley) 1791-1865. 
Letters, 1830-62. 
67 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Author. Letters from Mrs. Sigourney to her close friend, Mrs. 
Mary A. Patrick, the daughter of Theodore Dwlght, discussing per- 
sonal, social, family, and literary subjects. 

MS 62-242 



Sherman, Frank Dempster, 1860-1916. 

Papers, 1880-1915. 

50 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

University professor. Correspondence, notes, sketches, diagrams of 
architectural details, and memorabilia, relating to Sherman's career 
as professor of architecture at Columbia University. 

MS 62-243 



Sterling, George, 1869-1926. 
Litem ry manuscripts. 
349 items. 

In San Francisco Public Library. 
Forms part of the Fhelan collection. 

Author. MSS. of poems and plays, a few of them annotated by 
Ambrose Bieree. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

MS 62-244 rev 



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Harris, Thomas Lake, 1823-1906. 

Harris-Oliphant papers, ca. 1867-1940 

16 boxes. 

Id Colombia University Libraries. 

» asso?SS^HH « ; f h the ,? lriSti ? n »»»ttM*w»« Ollphant and his 

associate, the British author and traveller Thomas Tjite n<.n-ic *Z. 
gether wtth MSS. of books, miscellaneo us blogr^Mcaf£a£r£] *and 

Gift of Herbert W. Schneider, IMS. 

MS 62-246 

Du Ponceau, Peter Stephen, 1760-1844. 
Letters, 1777-1844. 
2 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
Franco-American lawyer, scholar, and linguist Conies nf m, 
2525* J*?" XL*" 00 **"* l«*>e <* theleriot coWngiegX 

A rTg&S&S* *«»^™ ""S^ of history and 
Presented by Edward T. Stuart 

MS 62-246 

Jones, Thomas Samuel, 1882-1932. 
Papers, ca. 1900-32. 
42 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Poet Correspondence, MSS. of poems, scrBDbooks of lKsrarr <4i<>. 
P^SS, and pictures, memorabilia. anTotter^perl rrL eorrSoSoV 
''SaifS2!* 1 2 W i^ - * Jone » trma "s^ml^lrSKSt 

MS 62-247 

Jewett, Sarah Orne, 1849-1909. 
Correspondence, ca. 1870-79 
72 Items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 
. XS? 10 '; **"**■' written to Miss Jewett chiefly personal, but with 

James B. Osgood, and Horace Scudder. J:loweus • cartes c Hoyt 

MS 62-248 

Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft. 

Records, 1910-47. 

l ft. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College, Peace Cut- 

Correspondence and dippings, posters, and other printed material. 
Including material by and about Ludwig Quldde, president of the 

MS 62-249 

Cole family. 

Papers, 1833-1943. 
20 ft (ca. 15,000 items) 

In University of California at Los Angeles, Ubrary 
^iSK? ^^.cUPPtags. Photos, memorabilia, and otter papers 

vu55%i2i£2US£ " CorneUus ^ "* tte °° ,e w 

Gift of Lucretla Cole Waring and Mrs. Franz Osterhaus, 1952-66. 

MS 62-250 

Dmdap, Hug* W 1798-1849. 

Papers of Hugh W. and John H. Dnnlap, 1824-1905. 

ca. 200 items. ' 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives 

Lawyers of Henry Comity, Tenn. Correspondence and legal docu- 

mento, and a few miscellaneous personal papers. The documents. 

2?to?wL? *•*■** the collection, cVSmaln^ ofb^S 

fiL^S 55° J&TS t ° get ? er wlUl some mn^o^riSentorel 
deeds of trust, receipts, promissory notes, and bills ofglft AboutSO 

of tte documents belonged to Nellie GreyToler. 

Unpublished register in the library 

Purchased from Charles Elder. 

MS 62-251 



Moffatt, James Strong, 1808-1890. 
Account books, 1848-1928. 

27 ft. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Businessman, of Troy, Tenn. Ledgers, daybooks. Journals, voucher 
books, letter books, and a checkbook relating to Moffatt's general mer- 
chandise store, with dealings also in tobacco, wheat, and cotton. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Gift of descendants of James S. Moffatt 

MS 62-252 

Prince Edward Co., Va. 

Marriage bonds, 1700-1857. 

2 v. 



In Virginia Historical Society collections. 
Transcripts. =<.«•</•«>. 

Acquired, ca. 1930. 



Amelia Co, Va. 

Marriage bonds, 1739-1854 

2 v. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Transcripts. 

Acquired, ca. 1930. 



MS 62-253 



MS 62-254 



Drake, Charles River. 

Papers, 1851-1900. 

16 ft (5000 items) 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson. Arts.) 

County recorder for Tucson. Ariz. CorresDOndenct nnrS mJ^l 
orandums files receipts, muster rolls, tS^SS^SSt^S- 
2?* lD 5' ud « Iette « relating to the GunsSght MineandTe Safety 
Nitro-Powder Co., and a record (1886-73) of prescripaonsfllled^ 
the hospital steward at Fort Lowell. Ariz. pn*=npnons mied by 

Unpublished calendar in the repository 

Gift. 1357. '" 

MS 62-255 
Bard family. 

Papers, ca. 16th cent-1882. 
220 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence, documents, and genealogical records of the Bard, 
and related Muirson, Prime, and Sands families of New York and 

££7. *^ y L, pr £E} n ^!J among the V** 1 ™ te the correspondence of 
William Bard (1778-1858) to his daughter, Susan -Sands, ibis son-in- 
law, Ferdinand Sands, and his grandson Joseph Sands. Includes IS 
letters from Samuel Bard (1742-1821), physician and professor of 
medicine at Columbia CoUege, to his grandson Francis Upton John- 
ston, medical student at Columbia and house doctor at New York 
Hospital. 

Gift of Mrs. J. G. Phelps Stokes, 1958. 

MS 62-256 

Davis, Mrs. E M collector. 

Elfreth's Alley papers. 
55 items. 
In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

w A t„ t S?f W l!. tt f n H'X 1 *!. a ""a!*™*, and genealogical notes, relat- 
ing to the people and the houses of the alley ^ 
Presented by Mrs. Davis. 

MS62-257 

Winn, David Watson, 1857-1926. 
Papers, 1912-24. 
ca. 150 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Minister and genealogist Correspondence and genealogical notes 
concerning the Ancell, Bowles, Deans, Glazebrook. Snead, Winn, and 
Yancey families. ^^ 

Gift of Mary Day Winn, 1958. 

MS 62-258 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. 

Papers, 1819-1921. 

ca. 300 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif. ) 

Author. Correspondence, fragmentary literary MSS., and a few 
miscellaneous papers. Includes 200 letters by Hawthorne (165 to his 
wife), some letters and literary writings of Julian Hawthorne, a few 
tetters by and to Mrs. Nathaniel Hawthorne, and ca. 20 letters from 
Elizabeth M. Hawthorne to her niece, Una Hawthorne. 

Catalog cards and lists In the library. 

Gathered from several sources, notably Blsby. 

MS 62-259 



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Coolbrith, Ina Donna, 1842-1928. 

Papers, 1876-1932. 

.950 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif.) 

Poet and librarian. Correspondence and literary MSS. Includes 
10 letters to Jobn Vance Cheney, 26 to George Sterling, and 75 to 
Charles A. Keeler. 

Summary reports in the library. 

Purchased from Kovach, 1850-51, and other sources. 

MS 62-260 



Frost, Robert, 1874- 

Papers, 1891-1929. 
56 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif.) 
Poet. Letters (chiefly to Susan Hayes Ward) and 21 poems. In- 
cludes two letters of Mrs. Frost. 
Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-261 



Sterling, George, 1869-1926. 
Correspondence, 1895-1927. 



in 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif.) 
Poet. Correspondence and 238 literary MSS. Includes 141 letters 
to Jack London and 5 to Mary Austin. 
Summary report in the library. 

Purchased from Thor Llliencrantz, 1954; and from other sources. 

MS 62-262 



Forrester, Alfred Henry, 1804-1872. 
Papers, ca. 1850-70. 

ca. 330 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif.) 
English artist and author. Letters and sketches addressed to 
Forrest e r. 

Acquired from Myers & Co., 1953. 

MS 62-268 

Bainbridge, Oliver. 

Correspondence, ca. 1900-20. 
ca. 380 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Historian and author. Correspondence, TBnff"»i» and American, 
relating to Balnbrldge's works. 
List of the papers In the library. 
Acquired from Kovach, 1S5L 

MS 62-264 

Buckle, Henry Thomas, 1821-1862. 

Papers, 1850-80. 

8 ft 

In University of Illinois Library. 

In part, photocopies (negative) 

British historian. Correspondence, notes for Buckle's History «* 
civilization in England, statements from Humphrey Sandwith and 
others regarding the death of Buckle, a negative of a portrait of 
Buckle, and drawings and photos, of his tombstone. Includes corre- 
spondence between Mrs. Henry Huth and her two sons. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Purchased from Pickering & Chatto, 1968, formerly owned by Eton 
College, part originally from Huth Library. 

MS 62-265 

Spalding, William Andrew, 1852-1941 

Papers, 1861-194L 

1488 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Civil service officer, journalist, director and president of the Acad- 
emy of Sciences of Southern California, and author. Personal, liter- 
ary, and scientific papers. 

Inventory of the papers in the library. 

Presented by Mrs. Wilfred T. Cooper, 1848. 

MS 62-266 

Sierra Nevada Silver Mining Company, Virginia City, Nov. 

Records, 1859-80. 

53 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif.) 

Business correspondence and papers. 

Acquired from Graham H. Hardy, 1950. 

MS 62-267 



Short, James De Barth. 

Papers, 1877-97. 

ca. 6500 Items. ' 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif. J 
Personal and business papers of Shorb, owner of the San Marino jM 
Banch and prominent in southern California for his contribution to W 
the development of the city of Pasadena and of the citrus and wine 
industries. „. „ 

Presented by Mrs. Edith (Shorb) Steele, 1934-50. 

MS 62-268 



Sntro, Adolph Heinrich Joseph, 1830-1898. 

Business records, 1871-94. 

208 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

San Francisco financier and builder of the Sntro Tunnel in Virginia 
City, Nev. 

Some of the papers were used by George D. Lyman In his book, 
Balston's ring (1937) 

Gift of George D. Lyman, 1843. 

MS 62-269 



Shackleton, Richard, 1726-1792. 

Correspondence, 1658-1808. 

401 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif. ) 

Letters written mostly In Ireland by members of the Society of 
Friends to Shackleton, master of Ballitore School, together with let- 
ters from Shackleton and his wife, Elizabeth Carleton Shackleton, to 
their friend Elizabeth Pirn Pike of Dublin. 

Summary report and catalog cards in the library. 

Purchased from Sotheby's, 1853. 

MS 62-270 



Symons, Arthur, 1865-1945. 

Papers, 18901-19—. 

10 portfolios. 

In University of Arizona Library. 

Welsh poet and critic. Literary MSS., some unpublished, together 
with a few proofs and clippings. Includes Aspects of Kent, Cesare 
Borgia, Cities and sea-coasts and islands, Odilon Bedon, Toulouse, 
and The romantic movement in English poetry, as well as published 
and unpublished poems, translations from Verlalne, a translation of 
Pierre Borers Lettres de Guy de Maupassant a Gustave Flaubert, and 
of Baudelaire's Les fleurs du mal 

Gift of T. E. Hanley. 

MS 62-271 

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834. 
Papers, 1795-1829. 
ca. 70 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif.) 
English author. Literary MSS. and letters to John Rtckman and 
others. 

MS 62-272 



Dodge, Mary (Mapes) 1831-1905. 
Letters, 1866-91. 
65 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Editor and author. Letters to Horace Scudder. 
Acquired from Goodspeed, 1938. 



MS 62-273 



Carman, Bliss, 1861-1929. 
Papers, 1893-1927. 
ca. 170 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif.) 
Poet. Literary MSS. and 52 letters to Susan Hayes Ward. 

MS 62-274 



Browning, Elizabeth (Barrett) 1806-1861. 
Papers, 1827-58. 
79 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English poet. Letters and 32 literary MSS. Includes 21 letters to 
Hugh S. Boyd and 8 to Fanny Dowglass. 
Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-275 



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Vance, Samuel C 

Papers, 1797-1869. 

ca. 2000 items. 

Id Indiana Historical Society Library. 
Al iJSS* 5 ayma ^ ' a * Cincinnati, and founder of Lawrencebnrg; Ind. 
P Includes papers of Vance's son, Lawrence M. Vance, of IndlanapoU& 

MS 62-276 

Wallace, Lewis, 1827-1905. 
Papers, 1822-1916. 
ca. 2000 items. 

In Indiana Historical Society Library 
author!* ^^ GoTernor * New Mexl «> Territory, diplomat, and 

MS 62-277 

Cailfle, Richard, 1790-1848. 

Papers, 1819-1900. 

620 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino. Calif.) 
m ESS?,? Sf« le - a B ^ a i. *«e«Wnkw. who spent over nine years 
top^nforwritliigorpnblishlngblaspnemonsar^B. VL,uaefKazB 

Summary report and catalog cards to the library 

Acquired from Mrs. Norman F. Stevens, 1986. 

MS 62-278 

Committee of Vigilance, San Francisco 

Records, 1853-58. 

ca. 3750 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
finnXES -^ a ? d i? t ! m0Ily from the flies of the Investigating 
SwSSSJI* 1 ^* to tera < talen t elections, denounced members and 
oaersuspidous characters ; appUcationsfo? meinJberabJpTMJsmdafr 

Summary report in the library 
i9 Purchased from A. S. MacDonald, 1816; from Sigurd Fredrtckson, 

fl MS 62-278 

Van Dyke, Henry Jackson, 1822-1891. 
Papers. 
IS boxes. 

In Princeton University Library 
Clergyman. 

MS 62-280 

Penn Athletic Club of Philadelphia. 

Records, 1922-34 

ca. 1300 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Correspondence and financial records of a Philadelphia club estab- 
lished tol922. Correspondence is scattered, consisting of portions of 
the correspondence for the years 1822 to 1827, 19SL andlflsT 

Presented by Samuel Moyerman, I960. ^^ 

MS 62-281 

Fall River Line. 

Records, 1847-1937. 

ca. 500 items. 

Si f'VJJPS (Maas - ) Hfctorieal Society collections. 

Ullt, 1837—45. 

MS 62-282 

Graff, PauL 

Diaries, with an account book of Edgar P. Graff, 1860- 
1909. -o.j 

k ca. 150 items. 

W In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

9) ^Edg^r P^ral. 1887 ' "* *** 6ntt - ^ ^ aCCOTnt ** (M( *- 
Presented by Annie A. Graff, 1921. 

MS 62-283 

Loeb, Howard A 1873-1955. 

Papers, ca. 1937-40. 
1 carton. 
In Princeton University Library. 



MS 62-284 



Price, Rodman McCamley, 1816-1894. 
Papers, 1842-8L 
252 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Governor and U. S. Representative from New Jersey, naval agent 
and alcalde at Monterey, Calif. Mainly letters to Price prior to 1858. 
Summary report and catalog cards In the library. 
Acquired from Edwin Grabhorn, 1945. 

MS 62-285 

Merrill, Samuel, 1831-1924. 
Papers, 1813-82. 
ca. 1700 items. 

In Indiana Historical Society Library. 
Army officer, publisher, banker, and railroad promoter. 

MS 62-286 

Burroughs, John, 1837-192L 
Papers, 1893-1921. 
ca. 40 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Bro^^d^erT 81 ^ ***"** "«• — »S * *and, ». 

MS 62-287 

Harte, Bret, 1839-1902. 
Papers, 1869-190L 
113 items. 

iiS^S Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. 12 letters and 101 literary MSS. ""•*""'' 

Putt name: Francis Bret Harte. 
MS 62-288 

Wood, Charles Erskine Scott, 1852-1944. 
Papers, 1887-1950. 
ca. 1200 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Ubrary (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. Personal correspondence and Uterary'MSS. 
Inventory of the papers In the Ubrary. 

Gift of Mrs. Sarah Bard Field Wood. Mrs. Nan *«< lavm^^,.. 
and Mrs. Eliza B. Wood Smith, , 19OT-5& ** ame y man . 

MS 62-289 

Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907. 
Papers, 1855-1906. 
HSltems. 

ErSt^ 1 * 5« ,m ?S25. LI,>nlr »' (San M" 1 ^. CaUt) 
andoftSs. MSS - " UtenUy W0rk8 Md »e««B toJime. T. HU- 
MS 62-290 

Beardsley, Aubrey Vincent, 1872-1898 

Letters, 1895-98. 

154 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
fJ^T^A* 10 ^ L ? tte 2_ t0 Leonard Charles Smithers. written 
Maitonf ^ toI8sels • BnBom - Bournemouth. Paris, Dieppe, and 

elKi°wS (^) Anbrey BearaSleJ, to L80Batd Smltte «- 
Acquired from Maggs Bros., London, 1921. 

MS 62-291 

Bronte, Charlotte, 1816-1855. 
Papers, 1832-54. 
ca. 125 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English author. Literary MSS. and letters mainly addressed to 
Ellen Nussey. 

Catalog cards In the library. 

MS 62-292 

Burton, Sir Richard Francis, 1821-1890. 

Papers, 1885-92. 

ca. 120 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

British explorer -and orientalist Literary MSS. and letters of 
Burton and his wtfe. Lady Isabel Arundell Burton to^^Ssher 
and friend, Leonard Charles Smithers. *^^ 

Acquired from Btcby. 

MS 62-293 



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Gather, Wffla Sibert, 1873-1947. 
Letters, 1909-46. 
91 items. 

la Henry E. Huntington library ( San Marino, Calif.) 
In pert, photocopies. 

Author. Letters and telegrams to ZoS AJfclns Bumbold. 
Acquired from ZoS Ailns Bumbold, 1952. 

MS 62-294 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894. 

Papers, 1830-94. 
206 items. 

In Henry S. Huntington library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. Literary MSS. and letters to James T. Fields and others. 

MS 62-295 



Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882. 
Papers, 1828-72. 
72 Hems. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. Letters and literary MSS. Includes 88 letters to James T. 
Fields and 10 to Mrs. Botta. 

MS 62-296 

HID, Edwin Bliss, 1866-1849. 
Papers, 1809-1949. 
ca. 1400 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Printer and author. Personal papers, correspondence, and other 
papers. Includes 90 items from the Coala Press. 
List of the papers in the library. 
Acquired from Gertrude Hill, 1950-52. 

MS 62-297 

BCtfoid, Mary RosseH, 1787-1855. 
Papers, 1847-54. 
64 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English author. Letters to W. G. Bennett and others, and one 
literary work entitled Alice. 
Catalog cards in the library. 

MB 62-298 

Bums, Robert, 1759-1796. 
Papers, 1786-96. 
4S items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Scottish poet Letters and literary MSS. 



MS 62-299 



Bryant, William CnDen, 1794-1878. 

Papers, 1806-77. 

ca. 40 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif.) 

Poet. Letters and poems. 

Catalog cards In the library. 



MS 62-300 



Meld, Eugene, 1850-1895. 
Papers, 1872-94. 
77 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, OahX) 
Author. Correspondence and literary MSS. 

MS 62-301 

Haggard, Sir Henry Rider, 1856-1925. 
Correspondence, 1880-1925. 
ca. 215 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English author. Chiefly letters to Haggard by well-known writers, 
politicians, and publishers regarding his books. 
List of the collection In the library. 
Acquired from Maggs Bros, 1953. 

MS62-302 

Blackmore, Richard Doddridge, 1825-1900. 
Papers, 1860-99. 
74 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English author. Literary MSS. and letters to Wkln Mathews, 
Arthur J. Munby, and others. 

MS 62-303 



Bierce, Ambrose, 1842-1914? 
Papers, 1871-1913. 
ca. 380 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. Literary MSS. and letters to 6, O. Howes, Walter NeateA 
and others. Wf 

Catalog cards In the library. 

MS 62-304 

Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bnlwer Lytica. 1st 
baron, 1803-1873. 

Papers, 1827-72. 

ISO items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

English author. Literary MSS. and letters to William Polia: 
others. 

MS 62-305 

Allen, George, 1808-1876. 
Correspondence, 1858-97. 
47 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author and educator. Correspondence relating to Allen's The life 

Catalog cards In the library. 

MS62-S06 

Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899. 
Letters, 1870-98. 
88 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. Letters to Irving Blake and others. 

MS 62-307 

Browning, Robert, 1812-1889. 

Papers, 1833-89. ^ 

200 Items. ■* 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English poet Literary MSS. and letters to Frederick J Fumrrall 
and others. 

Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-308 

Adkinson, Florence (Bnrlingame) 1847-19251 

Papers, 1867-1927. 

1 box. 

In Badcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-l, A-A22) 

Writer and secretary of the Woman's Dept of the Indiana State 
Board of Agriculture. Indudes many letters from Alice Stone Black- 
well. 

Unpublished Inventory in the library. 

Purchase, 1957. 

MS 62-309 

Percy, Thomas, Bp. of Dromore, 1729-1811. 
Papers, 1694-1801. 
ca. 100 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Anglican bishop, poet, and antiquarian. Poetical extracts. 

MS 62-310 

Cornell, Sara Hughes. 

Papers, 1899-1937. 

ca. 100 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif,) 

Correspondence, scrapbooks, clippings, and photos. 

Acquired from Neeta Marquis, 194L 



MS62-3U4| 



Shelley family. 

Papers, 1806-18. 

55 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Correspondence and genealogical m»tart«i relating to the ancestry 
of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Includes extracts from church and county 
records, copies of monumental Inscriptions, drawings of coats of arms 
and heraldric devices, pedigree charts, a 17th cent MS, and letters of 
the poet's father, Sir Timothy Shelley, William BatcUffe, Bouge Croix 
of the College of Arms, and others. 

Acquired from W. K. Blxby, 1916. 

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Ward, George Clinton, 1863-1933. 
Papers, 1887-1936. 
ca. 620 items. 
In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino Calif. 1 

Gift of Louise Ward Watklns, 1854. 

MS 62-313 

Verlenden family. 

Papers relating to the Verlenden, Serrffl, Pearson, and 
other families, 1703-1863. «*«*«, ana 

2 boxes. 
SJ^^'t 1 S S? ety 5 Pennsylvania coilections. 

MS 62-314 

Battle Abbey. 

Records, 1077-1780. 

3000 items. 

S^L^^S " 8 * " Llbrai7 (San Marino, Calif.) 
after the dSutloI VVm ^bsataent holders of the property 

MS 62-315 

Jackson family. 

Papers, 1784-1888. 

SI items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Thomas Scott, Blchart SmltVCteed TtoS ^ZS»JS^J^? 
and John M. WlreT^ ^^ "••n-aswoe, Mareellus M. Thompson, 

Collection has been analyzed. 

Purchased from the Chesapeake Book Co, IS6& 

MS 62-316 

Qnie, Ameka (Alderson) 1769-1853. 
Letters, 1794-1854. 

364 items. 

i2 m f a fL 1 2^i I,d cataU W cards in the library 
Purchased from Sotheby ft Oo, 1953. *""""»• 

MS 62-317 
Washington, George, Pres. U. S., 1732-1799. 
Papers, 1749-1806. 
ca. 450 Items. 

n.^ULF "?^ "*"» fS" Martoo, Calif.) 
few^?*£5,1^L° ( °gg£ "^ Maraa WasMi«hx*Ctogether with a 
Sn^JSSSE?* 5 en S al M»» beartagto mdaSS^t 
if!£ m £S y I3 ,or $J uld catalog cards In the library. u ""™ a, " a "- 

«d^?^ 2 | rai,Tnle *"* «-* J^Lgan. O. D. Smtth, 

MS 62-318 
McCleflan, George Brinton, 1865-1940. 
Papers. 
5 cartons. 
In Princeton University Library 

MS 62-319 

Hodder, Alfred, 1866-1907. 
Papers, 
ca. 40 boxes. 

In Princeton University library 
Writer on literary, metaphysical, and political subjects. 

MS 62-320 



Bollard, Arthur, 1879-1929. 
Papers, 1905-1929. 
ca. 1100 Items. 

In Princeton University Library 
Diplomat and Journalist 
Guide In the library 



MS 62-321 



Jordan, Dorothy (Bland) 1761-1816. 
Letters, ca. 1810-12. 
565 items. 

i"^^ 17 ?• H^tinston Library (San Marino CaB£» 
coalS do^esTc &&J»*° * «-=?*£K *». matoly 
Acquired from Blxby, 1918. 

MS 62-322 

Keith, Sir Robert Murray, 1730-1795. 
Letters, 1776-92. 

102 Items. 

SH^fJ. ^ Hm,a ?« t <»' Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
British diplomat Letters to Prances Maria Murray 
Acquired from Francis Edwards, 1949. ^^ ""«■»• 

MS 62-323 

Hastings family-. 

Papers, ca. 1100-1892. 
50,000 Items. 

mJ^SJF- f ""t^Ston Library (San Marino, Callt) 
guesses of Hastings and Countesses of Loudoun. ""a™"". Joaz. 

i. ^S^L™^" J? n L catal0S cardls to «"» library. Also described 
In the library's Huntingdon papers (1927) ^^ ™=cnoea 

Acquired, 1927. 

MS62-324 

Bartlett, John Russell, 1805-1886. 
Papers, 1846-86. 

20 v. 

In John Carter Brown library (Providence) 

Antiquarian, bibliographer, and author. 

MS 62-325 

London, Jack, 1876-1916. 
Papers, 1888-1932. 
ca. 15,000 Items. 

^J? 6 " 7 5" Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
.Author. Personal and professional papers betongtor to Jack and 

ssai* Jack ^~ Taiga's 

List of the papers In the library. 
Acquired from Mrs. London, 1925 and 19SL 

MS 62-326 

Curtis, William Eleroy, 1850-191L 
Papers, 1874-191L 
224 v. 

In Princeton University Library. 

Journalist Correspondence and other papers, mainly cUuntaeK 
representing writings on political and soelaimXterV™^ cupping. 

MS62-327 

Elder, John, of Indianapolis. 
Papers, 1828-60. 
733 Items. 

In Indiana Historical Society Library. 
^ todlanapolls builder and businessman. Chiefly letters written to 

MS 62-328 

Dowhng, John, journalist. 

Papers, 1827-7L 

587 Items. 

I n Ind iana Historical Society Library. 
tt Newspaper editor, member of the Indiana State Legislature bbS 
U. S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. «*muwure ana 

MS62-329 



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Roane family. 

Papers of the Roane, Harrison, and Williams families, 
1756-1893. 
454 Items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 
Gift of Bebecca Leigh Harrison, 1953. 

MS 62-330 



Trayior, Robert Lee. 

Family papers, 1753-1920. 

S4S Items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Deposited by the family of Anne Trayior Larus, 1854. 



MS 62-331 



Morris, Minnie Esther. 

Papers, 1724-1951. 

11 folders. 

In Oregon State Library. 

Teacher of the deaf. Correspondence, articles, personal papers, 
notes, Bible records, pictures, and other genealogical papers of the 
Cook, Galpln, Morris, Stoddard, and allied families. 

Received from the estate of Miss Morris, 1952. 

MS 62-332 



Giltner, Edward C 

Papers, 1850-1915. 
St. 

In Oregon State Library. 

Personal ledgers, business papers of other members of the family, 
and family pictures. 
«lftx>f Mrs. Giltner. 

MS 62-333 



Logan, Algernon Sydney, 1849-1925. 

Papers, 1856-1925. 

2 ft (20 items) 

In Library Company of Philadelphia collections. 

Poet and novelist. MSS. of published works (Amy Warren, A 
feather from the world's wing, The image of air, and other poems, 
Jesus In modern life, The last crusade, Messallna, Not on the chart, 
Saul, Vistas from the stream) and unpnhllshed works, including an 
autobiography, early prose and verse, notes for a play about Major 
Andr6, and other writings. 

Bequest of Algernon Sydney Logan. 

MS 62-334 



Pollock, Charming, 1880-1946. 
Plays. 

5 boxes. 

In Princeton University Library. 

Author. Uncorrected typescripts of plays and scenarios, together 
with printed books of lyrics for theatrical productions. 

MS 62-335 



Leigh family. 

Papei-s, 1794-1893. 

348 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, accounts, account books, and legal papers of the 
Leigh family of King William Co., Va. Correspondents include 
Thomas Abrahams, J. H. Blake, Mordecal Cook Booth, Thomas B» 
Catlett, Martha Cock, T. F. Cocke, Bobert J. King, o. D. Minor, 
James Nunn, John Bow, J. Lewis Slaughter, Frederick W. Valentine, 
John Whitloick, and members of the Leigh family. Other persons 
named include Warner Davis. Mary Bicheson, Molly Bicheson, Blcu- 
ard Squire Taylor, and David Anderson Valentine. 

Collection has been analyzed by the society. 

Gift of the Valentine Museum, Bichmond, 1958. 

MS 62-336 



George family. 

Papers, 1718-1936. 

163 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, account book, personal and business accounts, 
receipts, indentures, will, genealogical notes, materials concerning 
lawsuits and the administration of estates, and printed matter, of 
the George family of Caroline Co., Va. Correspondents Include Lewis 
T. Blunt, Elliott M. Burruss, Booth Brown, Anne K. Camp, Louisa 
(George) Corbett, Henry Hortensius George, Lewis George, Lewis 
Melville George, Oscar F. George, Oscar B. George, William Orvnie 
George, John H. Henry, Henry H. Samuel, T. L. Scott, and W. W. 
Taliaferro. 

Gift of Lewis Dudley George, I960. 

MS 62-337 



Darter family. 

Paperr, 1817-1918. 

67 Items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, accounts, agreements, bonds, deeds, plats of land, 
and other papers, of the Darter family. Includes essays, speeches, 
thesis and other papers of James Ephraim Tarter. 

Collection has been analyzed. 

Gift of J. E. Tarter, 1958. 

MS 62-338 

Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881. 
Papers, 1835-ca. 1870. 
ca. 135 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, C-UIf.) 
Scottish essayist and historian. Correspondence and literary MSS. 
Inclndes 84 letters from Carlyle and his wife to Henry Larkln. 

MS 62-339 



Bremer, Fredrika, 1801-1865. 
Letters. 1849-65. 
ca. 40 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Swedish author. Letters to Marcus Spring. 
Acquired from A. L Mackaye, 1934. 

MS 62-340 



Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835-1910. 
Papers. 1867-95. 
ca. 140 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. Letters (mainly to Mary J. Mason Fairbanks) and 
literary MSS. 

Catalog cards In the library. 

MS 62-341 



Campbell, Thomas, 1777-1844. 
Papers, 1795-1844. 
ca. 50 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
British poet and critic. Poems, and letters to James Thomson, 
Edward Moxon, and others. 

Acquired from Blxby, before 1927. 

MS 62-342 



Collier, John Payne, 1789-1883. 
Letters, 1874-1881. 
ca. 40 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English Journalist, lawyer, and Shakespearian critic. Letters, i 
mainly to Joseph Parker Norris. dH 

MS 62-343 



Brydges family. 

Papers, 1500-1800. 

ca. 12,000 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Forms part of the library's Stowe collection. 

Correspondence, accounts, family, land, legal, and miscellaneous 
papers. The bulk of the correspondence Is composed of the letter- 
books of James Brydges, 1st duke of fihnndos. 

MS 62-344 



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Ellis, Powhatan, 1829-1906. 

Papers, 1856-90. 

1592 Items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 
^S^ esp ^. iea ^. acc ? u,,t * autobiographical sketch, cancelled 
^"^memorabilia. Prints matter, and other paperaTof JCluT IS 
■SS2!? r - a i: I*". •* m <* aa °°4- deludes a catalog^ m Suf 
S? r^ri^^"^ Pbllip St " ^^ Co**- John War^ck SS: 
£7,. J!^? ^"** Jones, and members of the Cocke, Bills, Munford. 
Taliaferro, and Tucker families. — —». ■"-■=, """«'". 

Collection has been analyzed. 

MS 62-345 

Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1882. 
Papers, 1832-91. 
351 Items. 

InHenry a Huntington Library (San Marino. Calif.) 
^SS^SS^SS^^ - »»««* MSS. 

MS62-846 

Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892. 
Papers, 1857-90. 
ca. 40 items. 

Poet Letters and 28 literary MSS. 
Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-847 

Dflbdin, Thomas FrognaD, 1776-1847. 
Papers, 1807-45. 
693 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino Calif.) 
•JSSJ? bibu °6™Pner. Chiefly letters to Dlbdln. Includes a llt- 

"XiS caKSe^K" ***• *""*** *""**■ "" *"» 
Acquired from Tregaskls, 1926, and from other sources. 

MS 62-348 



Meredith, George, 1828-1909. 
Papers, 1849-1901. 
70 items. 

£.ESf \ Hunt I ln « ton u »"^ (San Marino, Callt) 
English author. Letters and literary MSS. 
Catalog cards to the library. 



MS 62-549 



Masters, Edgar Lee, 1869-1950. 
Papers, ca, 1923. 
ca. 40 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington library (San Marino Calif.) 
Poet A letter and poems. ' ^" i "' 



MS 62-350 



Moody, William Vaughn, 1869-1910. 

Letters, 1901-36. 

302 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
tn£?h- ii,i* tter ' '"J" 1 *- Harrt et C. Brainerd (later Moody's wife), 
together with a scrapbook of letters to Edith 8. Keflogg^attaFto 
Moody's Letters to Harrtet (1835) "*uogS mating to 

Acquired from Edith S. Kellogg, 1939. 

MS 62-351 



Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 1828-1882. 
Papers, 1846-85. 
53 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino. Calif.) 
and^i^ M n sl ardSL ^^^Hobert Browning and .rthers, 

MS'62-352 



Andersen, Hans Christian, 1805-1875. 
Papers, 
ca. 140 items. 

In Library of Congress, Bare Books Division, 
dei-sen™* *"* ° f °* JeBn Hersholt coUeetlon of Hans Christian An- 

nJ^^J^'.^^i anautobiography, and miscellaneous writings. 
Correspondents Include Bichard Bentley, Ida Koch, Horace E Sen* 
der, and Henrietta Wulft ^^ "«™as m. ocua- 

«.??^S^i n C"*"^ 8 «* tte J ea» HershoU collection of Hans Chris- 

MS 62-353 

Lardner, Ring Winner, 1885-1933. 

Papers, 1907-33. 

ca,Sft (1106 Items) 

In Newberry Library (Chicago) 

Short-story writer and Journalist Letters (740) exchansed be- 
tween Lardner and his future wife during the period of their court- 
ship, poems, short stories, articles, dippings, and photos. ^^ 

Card catalog in the library. 

61ft of Blng Lardner, Jr., 1960. 

MS 62-354 



Steele, James King, 1875-1937. 
Papers, 1906-36. 
ca. 590 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino Callt) 
Editor, author, and publicist Literary MSS, radio scripts, and 
personal and business papers. ~«**» «"«« 

Inventory of the papers In the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Steele, 1950. 

MS 62-355 

Scott, Sir Walter, hart., 1771-1832. 
Papers, 1803-SL 
ca. 110 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Scottish author. Literary MSS. and letters to Mr. and Mrs. 
Thomas Scott, John Wilson Croker, and others. ^^ 

Catalog cards In the library. 

MS 62-356 

Stowe, Harriet Elizabeth (Beecher) 1811-1896. 
Papers, 1853-88. 
210 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. Literary MSS. and letters to James T. Fields and others. 

MS62-357 

Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894. 
Papers, 1852-94. 
ca. 160 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington library (San Marino, Callt) 
Scottish author. Correspondence, sketches, musical works, and 
other literary MSS. Includes letters regarding Stevenson's Illness 
and 42 letters to Will S. Low. 
Catalog cards In the library. 

MS 62-358 

Southey, Robert, 1774-1843. 

Papers, 1798-1839. 

1391 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington library (San Marino, Callt) 
^^^ a&i ? i J? 06 *- Correspondence and 17 literary MSS. Includes 
tetters fo Margaret Holford Hodson, John BlcSman, and William 

MS62-359 
Taylor, Bayard, 1825-1878. 
Papers, 1840-1903. 
460 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Callt) 
Poet and Journalist Correspondence and literary MSS Includes 
SUS" 1 iO** 1 ^ of Tabor's wife Marie, 10 letters to James Thomas 
Fields, 28 to Edmund Clarence Stedman, and 52 to James Ripley Os 
good. * 

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Stoddard, Charles Warren, 1843-1909. 

Papers, 1878-1909. 
391 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. Correspondence and 2 literary MSS. Includes S3 letters 
to Dewitt Miller. „_^ 

MS62-361 

Smith, Charlotte (Turner) 1749-1806. 
Papers, 1784-1806. 
46 items. 

In Henry E. HuntingtoD Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English author. A literary MS. and letters to Joseph Cooper 
Walker and Sarah Farr Rose. 
Catalog cards In the library. 
Chiefly acquired from D. Bogardns, 1925. 

MS62-362 

Reade, Charles, 1814-1884. 
Papers, 1863-76. 
106 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington library (San Marino, Calif.) 
EngliRh author. Letters and literary MSS. 

MS 62-863 



Bedingfeld, Edward. 

Papers, ca. 1753-80. 

59 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English author. Correspondence and literary works. Includes 10 
letters from Thomas Gray and 36 from William Mason. 
Catalog cards In the library. 

MS62-S64 

Ojai Festivals, ltd, Ojcd, Calif. 

Records, 1946-53. 

ca. 9110 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Correspondence with sponsors, patrons, artists, and their managers, 
advertising matter, programs, photos, and other records of an organi- 
zation founded by John J. L Bauer for the production of annual 
music, theater, and dance festivals at OJal, Calif, covering the years 
of the festivals under the directorship of Bauer. 

Inventory of the papers in the library. 

Presented by Mr. and Mrs. John J. L Bauer, 1955. 

MS 63-365 



Lytton, Rosina Doyle (Wheeler) Buhrer-Lytton, laronest, 
1802-1882. 
Papers, 1838-61. 
66 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English author. Literary MSS. and letters to Bebecca Ryves. 

MS 62-366 



Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891. 
Papers, 1849-91. 
152 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Poet Literary MSS. and letters to James T. Fields, George W. 

Smalley, and others. 

MS 62-367 

Marquis, Neeta. 

Papers, 1870-1949. 
ca. 2740 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author and literary instructor. Family and personal correspond- 
ence and papers. 

Inventory of the papers In the library. 
Gift of Miss Marquis, 1950-62. 

MS62-368 



Mencken, Henry Louis, 1880-1956. 
Letters, 1916-48. 
139 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Journalist and author. Letters to ZoS Aklns, Mary Austin, Neeta 
Marquis, George Sterling, and others. 

MS 62-369 



Sharp, William, 1855-1905. 
Papers, 1890-97. 
49 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) X 

English poet and promoter of Celtic revival literary MSS. rnifJI 
letters to Messrs. Stone & Kimball and others. " 

MS 62-870 



Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850. 
Papers, - 1795-1848. 
ca. 175 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Poet Literary MSS. and letters to Edward Moron, Francis Wrang- 
ham, and others. 

Catalogue cards In the library. 

MS 62-371 



Warner, Charles Dudley, 1829-1900. 
Papers, 1883-99. 
72 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington library ( San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. Letters and 4 literary MSS. 

MS62-372 



Walling, Anna (Strunsky) 1879- 
Correspondence, 1899-1948. 
ca. 160 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington library (San Marino, Talif.) 
Social economist and author. Correspondence with Jack London 
and others. 

Gift of Mrs. Walling, 1868. 

MS 62-373 



This number not used: MS 62-374 



Ainsworth, William Harrison, 1805-1882. 
Papers, 1828-73. 
94 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English author. MSS of literary works and letters to Charles 
Dickens, Mr. Jeffs, and others. 
Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-876 



Jackson, Helen Maria (Fiske) Hunt, 1881-1885. 
Papers, 1852-87. 
169 items. 

In Henry B. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. Literary MSS. and letters to William H. Ward, James T. 
Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Bay Palmer, and others. 

MS 62-576 



Howeus, William Dean, 1837-1920. 
Papers, 1860-1915. 
278 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington library (San Marino, Calif) » 

Author and literary critic literary MSS. and- letters to James 3fl 
Fields, Sylvester Baxter, Charles W. Stoddard, and others. 

MS62-877 



Guiney, Louise Imogen, 1861-1920. 
Papers, 1884-1914. 
201 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Poet and essayist Literary MSS. and letters to James T. Fields, 
William H. Ward, and others. 
Catalog cards In the library. 

MS 62-378 



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Lever, Charles James, 1806-1872. 
Papers, 1841-72. 
328 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Callt) 
together with 5 notebooks. «•=»■» 

MS 62-379 

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834. 

Papers. 1796-1834. 

228 Items. 

In Henry B. Huntington Library (San Marino CaHt) 
i-JfUfT^ L antnor - Correspondence and 20 literary MSS. Includes 40 
letter* to Thomas Manning, 20 to Samuel T. Coleridge, and 20to John 
Btetanan. Other correspondents Include Bobert Lloyd and Edward 



MS 62-380 



Sinclair, Upton Beall, 1878- 

Letters, 1905-25. 

64 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Callt) 

Author. Letters to Jack London and others. 



Catalog cards In the library. 



Miller, Joaquin, 1841?-1913. 

Papers. 1869-1909. 
ca. 265 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino Calif.) 
Poet and playwright literary MSS. (ca. 150) and letters to 
Charles Warren Stoddard, William Hayes Ward and othersT^ 
Catalog cards In the library. mm. 

MS 62-381 



Landor, Walter Savage, 1775-1864. 
Papers, ca. 1813-58. 
164 Items. 
In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino. Callt) 

and?tt^. ailtll0r ' 130 Bterary MSS - and Iette ™ to J " ne » Mdl018 

MS62-382 



Jeraingham, Edward, 1737-1812. 
Papers, 1760-1812. 
1194 items. 
In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino Calif.) 

^£^^ poetai i dai ? matlfl< - CWefl y tette » to Jendngham relating 
to his writings and social activities. ' 

Summary report and catalog cards In the library. 

Purchased from Sawyer, 1826. 

MS 62-383 

Larcom, Lucy, 1824-1893. 
Papers, 1859-90. 
51 Items. 

teHenry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Callt) 
Poet Literary MSS. and letters to James T. Fields and others. 

MS62-384 

James, George Payne Rainsford, 1801 M860. 
Papers, ca. 1826-40. 
43 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino. Calif.) 
English historian and author. Letters and a MS. of The Bfe and 
times of Louis the Fourteenth. 
Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-386 
Irving, Washington, 1783-1859. 
Papers, 1819-59. 

40 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino. Callt) 
Historian and author. Literary MSS. and letters to Thomas Aspln- 
wall and others. 

Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-886 

Hears, Lafcadio, 1850-1904. 
Papers, 1883-89. 

41 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Callt) 
Author. Literary MSS. and tetters to Henry Mills Alden. 
Catalog cards In the library. 

5 MS 62-387 



MS 62-388 



Yeats, William Butler, 1865-1939. 
Papers, 1887-1929. 
76 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Callt) 
Irish poet Letters to Catherine Tynan and others and a MS. of 
The shadowy waters. 

MS62-389 



Shelley, Mary WoHstonecraft (Godwin) 1797-1851 
Letters, 1817-49. 
167 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Callt) 
English author. Letters to Claire Oalrmont Leigh Hunt and his 
wife, John Howard Payne, and others. 
Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-390 

Swinburne, Algernon Charles, 1837-1909. 
Papers, 1866-84. 
85 Items. 
, InHenryE. Huntington Library (San Marino, Callt) 
English poet and critic Letters and literary MSS. 
Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-391 



Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. 

Papers, 1725-39. 

ca. 70 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif. ) 

English author. Correspondence, poems by Swift, and poems en- 
dorsed by him or once in his possession. Includes letters and naDers 
relating to Swift 

Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-392 



Poole, John, 1786 '-1872. 

Letters, 1817-37. 

75 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Callt) 

English author. Letters to James St Auhyn. 

Acquired from Henkels, 1922. 

MS 62-393 

Payne, John Howard, 1791-1852. 

Papers, 1813-50. 

49 items. 

In Henry E. Hu ntington Library (San Marino, Calif ) 
^,< A , ct0 ^' P la y w £ight. and diplomat Correspondence, and literary 
MSS. Includes 25 letters to Mary W. Shelley. 

Catalog cards In the library. 

MS 62-394 

Paine, Albert Bigektw, 1861-1937. 
Correspondence, 1890-1934. 
ca. 1950 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Callt) 
Author. Literary correspondence with various persona. 
Acquired from the American Autograph Shop, 1938. 

MS 62-395 



Planche, James Robinson, 1796-1880. 
Correspondence, ca. 1794-1880. 
282 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Callt) 
Playwright, antiquarian, and theatre manager. Mainly letters 
addressed to PlancheV 

Catalog cards in the library. 

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Mmr, John, 1838-1914. 
Papers, 1874-1913. 
116 items. 

In Henry B. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Naturalist, explorer, and author. Letters and literary MSS. In- 
cludes 28 letters to Charles A. Keeler, and 80 to Theodore P. Lukeoa 

MS 62-397 
Way, W Irving, d. 193L 

Correspondence, 1894-1924. 

174 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library f San Marino, Calif.) 
Literary agent Letters from Thomas Bird Moaner and others 
relating to business matters and the publication of the Mosher books. 
Summary report and catalog cards in the library. 
Gift of W. W. Clary, 1948. 

MS 62-398 

Vincent, John Martin, 1857-1939. 
Papers, 1838-1929. 
ca. 3500 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
University professor. Correspondence of Vincent and his wife, 
Ada Smith Vincent, together with ca. 1000 Vincent family papers. 
Bequest of Dr. Vincent 1886. 

MS 62-399 

Taylor, Joseph Danner, 1830-1899. 

Correspondence, 1863-81. 

09 Items. 

In Henry B. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif.) 

Educator, lawyer, and TJ. S. Representative from Ohio. Letters 
exchanged between Taylor and his wife, and with members of their 
families, written to and from North Berwick, Me. and Cambridge, 
Ohio. 

Gift of Mrs. Gertrude Slaughter, 1929. 

MS 62-400 

Austin, Mary (Hunter) 1868-1934. 
Papers, 1861-1950. 
< ca. 11,000 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Author. Correspondence and personal and literary papers. 
Inventory in the library. 
Purchased from the Mary Austin estate, 1958. 

MS 62-401 



Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939. 
Letters, 1901-33. 
ca. 305 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Call!) 
English author. Letters from Ford to his publisher. James B. 
Pinker. 

Acquired from Dawson's Book Shop, 1950. 

MS62-402 

White, William Richardson, 1892- 
Papers, 1945-60. 
8 filing cabinets. 
In Baylor University Library. 
Baptist minister and President of Baylor University. 
Open to Investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 
Gift 

MS 62-403 

Borden, GaU, 1801-1874. 
Papers, 1820-40. 
ca. 2 ft 

In Baylor University Library. 
Printer and manufacturer. 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Borden family, 1945. 



MS 62-404 



Brooks, Samuel Palmer, 1863-193L 
Papers, 1850-1932. 
ca. 30 ft and 6 filing cabinets. 
In Baylor University Library. 
President of Baylor University. 
Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Brooks family. 



MS 62-405 



Brann, William. Cowper, 1855-1898. ■ 
Papers, 1890-99. 
ca.6ft 

In Baylor University Library. 
Journalist publisher, and author, of Waco, Tex 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gifts and purchases, 1928-60. 



Wimpee, W J 

Letters, 1949-60. 

9ft. 

In Baylor University Library. 

Baptist minister and educator, of Texas. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift 



MS 62-406 



MS 62-407 



Scarborough, Dorothy, 1878-1935. 
Papers, 1890-1945. 
20 ft. 

In Baylor University Library. 

Author and professor of rengiinfr at Baylor and Columbia TJnl- 
versltleB. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Scarborough family. 

MS62-408 

Barnard, George, 1818-1883. 

Papers, 1820-1900. 

4ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Tnrtlsn trader and merchant of Waco, Tex. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Barnard family, 1928-50. 



MS 62-409 



Baines, George Washington, 1809-1882. 
Papers, 1750-1950. 
5ft 

In Baylor University Library. 
Baptist minister and president of Baylor University. 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Baines family, 1928-59. 



Dawson, Joseph Martin, 1879- 

Papers, 1900-60. 

ca.4ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Baptist clergyman and author. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Dawson family. 



Greve, J J 

Papers, 1878-1950. 

ca.8ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Lawyer and Judge, of Texas. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Greve estate. 



Johnson, Charles D 

Papers, 1920-50. 

ca.6ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Educator and author. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 



MS 62-410 



MS 62-411 



MS 62-412 



MS 62-413 



Harrison, Guy Bryan. 

Papers, 1715-1960. 

18 ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Educator. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 

Gift of Mr. Harrison. 

MS 62-414 



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Alexander, James Patterson, 1883-1947. 
Papers, 1920-55. 
12ft. 

In Baylor University Library. 

Lawyer and chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas. 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of Mrs. Alexander, 1858. 

MS 62-415 



Hacking, James, 1808-1863. 
Papers, 1830-60. 
ca.2ft 

In Baylor University Library. 
Baptist minister and educator. 
Open to Investigators under library restriettons. 
Gift of the Hncklns family. 



MS 62-416 



Gfooch, Wilby T 

Papers, 1885-1960. 

ca. 15 ft (ca. 6000 Items) 

In Baylor University library. 

Educator. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of Mr. Goocb. 



MS 68-417 



Burleson, Rufus Columbus, 1823-1901. 
Papers, ca. 1830-1900. 
20 ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Baptist minister and president of Baylor University. Corre- 
spondence, diaries, Journals, records, and printed material. 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Burleson family. 

MS 62-418 

Carroll, Benajah Harvey, 1843-1914. 

Papers of Benajah Harvey Carroll and James Milton Car- 
roll, 1850-1950. 

ca.8ft 

In Baylor University library. 

Papers of Benajah H. and James M. Carroll, clergymen and edu- 
cators, of Texas. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Carroll family. 

MS 62-419 

Acree,Fred. 

Papers, 1830-1950. 
8ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Farmer and businessman of Moody and Waco, Tax. Documents, 
church history, other papers, and photos. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Acree family, ca. I960. 

MS 62-420 



Freeman, John D 

Papers, 1790-1900. 

8ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Lawyer, and merchant, of Texas. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Purchase. 



MS 62-421 



Guittard, Frauds Gevrier. 

Papers of Francis Gevrier Guittard and Josephine Guit- 
tard, ca. 1700-1957. 

7ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

«- J!5t? fI. G, !j t,M & a VfOasBm of history at Baylor University, 
and of his wife, Josephine. —" 

Open to InvetsUgators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Guittard family, 1858. •«»• 



Ross, Lawrence Sullivan, 1838-1898. 

Papers of Lawrence S. Ross and Shapley Prince Ross. 
1820-1900. ^^ 

4 ft 

In Baylor University Library. 
- J^J? °L£° B8 <J? aDSeie ™ te Army officer and Governor of Texas, 
and of his father, Shapley Prinze Boss, an early settler of Texasand 
an Indian agent ^^ 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Ross family. 

MS 62-423 

Neff, Pat Morris, 1871-1952. i 
Papers. 1820-1952. 
ca. 750,000 items and pages. 
In Baylor University library. 

Lawyer, Governor of Texas, and president of Baylor University 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Neff family. ^^ 

MS 62-424 



Montgomery, Edmund, 1835-1911. 

Papers of Edmund Montgomery and Elisabet Key Mont- 
gomery, 1850-1910. 

5ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Papers of Montgomery, a scientist, and his wife Elisabet Ney, a 
sculptress of Germany and Texas. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift 

MS 62-425 



Crane, Royston Campbell, o. 1864. 

Papers of Royston C. Crane and William Carey Crane, 
ca. 1700-1950. 

ca. 185 ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Papers of Crane, a lawyer, and of his father William C. Crane, a 
Baptist minister and President of Baylor University. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Crane family. 

MS62-426 



Grundy, Robert A 

Papers, 1900-50. 

4 ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Planter, of Texas. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift 



MS 62-427 



Burleson, Richard Byrd. 

Papers, ca. 1830-85. 
3 ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Baptist minister, geologist, and vice-president of Baylor University. 
Correspondence, diaries, and records. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Burleson family. 

MS 62-428 

Norris, John Franklyn, 1877-1952. 
Papers, 1890-1950. 

20 ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Baptist minister. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Norris family. 

MS62-429 

Meroney, William Penu, 1881-1938. 
Papers, 1920-48. 
15 ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Baptist minister and professor of sociology at Baylor University. 
Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Meroney family. 

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Porter, Clyde. 

Papers of Clyde Porter and Male Reed Porter, 1820-1900. 
ca. 4 ft. 

In Baylor University Library. 

Papers of Porter and Mae Seed Porter, historians and authors, of 
Texas and Calif ornia. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Porter family. 

MS 62-431 



Wilson, Frank M 1908- 

Papers, 1935-55. 

6 ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Lawyer and appellate judge, of Texas. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift 



MS 62-432 



Maass, Herman E 

Papers, 1878-1956. 

ca. 20 ft. 

In Baylor University Library. 

Lawyer and Judge, of Texas. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Purchased from and gift of the Haass family. 



Brooks, Thomas Dudley. 

Papers, 1920-40. 

ca. 5 ft. 

In Baylor University Library. 

Educator. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 



MS 62-433 



MS 62-434 



Borress, Tom. 

Letters, 1950-55. 

100 p. 

In Baylor University Library. 

Baptist minister, of Texas. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 



MS 62-435 



Martin, Dock E h. 1878. 

Papers, 1920-60. 
ca.3ft 

In Baylor University Library. 
Businessman, of San Antonio, Tex. 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift. 



McKinney, Collin. 

Papers, 1820-50. 

lft. 

In Baylor University Library. 

Early settler of Texas. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the McKinney family. 



MS 62-436 



MS 62-437 



Brissenden, Paul Frederick, 1685- 

Papers. 

10 boxes. 

In New Tort State School of Industrial and Labor Hoi«tlpn« col- 
lections. 

University professor and arbitrator. Papers collected by Brissen- 
den for a book on labor Injunctions. 

MS62-488 

-a Studies Association of Texas. 

Records, 1956- 

2ft. 

In Baylor University Library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Association, 1958. 

MS 62-439 



Cooper, Oscar Henry, 1852-1932. 

Papers, 1895-1902. 

ca.4ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

President of Baylor University. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 



Baylor University, Waco, Tex. 
Arch:ves, 1840-1960. 
24 ft. (ca. 500,000 Items and 30 filing cabinets) 
In Baylor University Library. 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 



Wecter, Dixon, 1906-1950. 
Papers, 1906-50. 
10 ft. 

In Baylor University Library. 
Educator, librarian, and author. 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Wecter family. 



KeDey, Daniel A 

Papers, 1890-1939. 

6ft. 

In Baylor University Library. 

Lawyer, of Waco, Texas. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift 



Russell, Lily (McHroy) 

Papers, 1900-58. 

5ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Educator, of Texas. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Bussell family. 



Duerr, Christian Frederick. 

Papers, 1830-1950. 

5ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Texas merchant 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Duerr family. 



Taylor, Carrie Lee. 

Papers, 1897-99. 

3ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Musician, of Texas. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Taylor family. 



Carrington, Addie Baylor. 

Papers, ca. 1800-1955. 

ca.4ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Housewife. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Carrington family. 



Pier, Sarah C 

Papers, 1820-70. 

4ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Housewife, of Texas. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Pier family. 



MS 62440 



MS 62-441 



MS 62-442 



MS 62-448 



MS 62-444 



MS 62-445 



MS 62-446 



MS 62-447 



MS 62-448 



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HoUingshead, John, 1827-1904. 

Correspondence, 1860-91 
308 Items. 

l5n^7A^V Dti ^ gton """^ (Sa Man™. Calif.) 

MS 62-449 

Piozzi, Hester Lynch (Salusbory) Thrale, 1741-1821 
Papers, 1776-1821. 
ca. 40 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif ) 
Letters to Sir James Fellowes and others, and Thraiiana. 
Catalog cards In the library. *«i««»ui«. 

MS 62-450 

Ensley family. 

Papers, 1722-1891. 

170 items. 

InHenry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Catalog cards in the library 

Acquired, 1822. 

Forms part of the library's Brock collection cf Vlrgtalana. 

MS 62-461 

PoDock family. 

Papers of the Pollock and Lee families, 1790-1888. 
61 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Letters, photo., and newspaper dippings, chiefly 1854-SR fwrr«. 
S^d^T ^^ Susan Roberta PonoTeHnSir, Sortie lowTa" 

lEllS^^, K °f ert F war<i *** *>*** LoTOtT Abraha^Davld 

Purchased from Mrs. A. E. Tucker, 1955. 

MS 62-452 

Danrffle and New Riyer Railroad Company 

Records, 1887-90. 

381 items. 

In y^gtoia Historical Society collections. 
a wSS? eD ^j;ii e0r8e *"¥ OTig ^ superintendent, and John 
bonds'^S 1 by , t S , Se 1 ^ OCem,nS •"^a ' 18 ot tte "*"»* »* 

MS 62-463 

Dudley, R E 

Papers, ca. 1914. 

ca.2ft 

In Baylor University Library. 

Rancber, of Texas. 

MS62-454 
MeGee, James E 

Papers, 1912. 
75 items. 

JS,^^" 8 , Pl0neer8 ' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 
SbSSs^ce^d^tn^ptperT 7 ' *** ° U +* * ^ Crafty 

MS 62-455 

Newman, John Henry, Cardinal, 1801-1890 
Letters, 1836-90. 
88 items. 

Sth^^f, ^^7 V*™* (Camarillo, Calif.) 
LeS£1o var^ ~^f ° f *•" Tl *«»*»» moment, and author. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

5X? n 5?? on 4£iK erarr a « w » available in the Library 
OiftofMrs.BstelleDobeny t 1940-5o\ ""="»wy- 

MS62-456 



Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852. 
Letters, 1812-46. 
60 items. 

In St John's Seminary Library (Camarillo, Calif.) 
Irish poet. Letters to John W. Croker. 

Card index in the library. Also described in Catalogue of books & 
?«2SSv P e EsteDe Doheny collection, compUed by L. V. Miner 

Open to Investigators under library restrictlous. 
Information on literary rights available In the library 
Gift of Mrs. Estelle Dobeny, 1940-58. 

MS 62-457 

Dabney, Margaret Lavinia (Morrison) 1823-1860 
Correspondence, 1839-60 
334 Items. 

In Hampden-Sydney College Library 
Dabney* 8 tr ° m TarUmS Pere ° ns - includlI « ** husband, Robert Lewis 
Unpublished calendar in the library. 
Gift of James Henry Curry Winston, 1949. 

MS 62-458 

Montgomery family. 

Papers, 1808-49. 

43 items. 

In Mississippi Depl- of Archives and History 

in ^STSKSK-f t iSVT dBmt ' la tte ^^rian Church 
m™S_:L Jttlssl ? 1 PPL Bulk of the correspondence is of Josenh a 

MS 62-459 

McRae, J H 

Letter book, 1848-55. 
Iv. 

InMIssissippi Dept of Archives and History 
^Letter book found in the old McRae BankBuildlng in Vkksburg, 
Gift of Mrs. Heleoe Canizaro, 1945. 

MS 62-460 

Sams, William Raymond. 

Correspondence, 1847-70. 
89 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif. \ 
English publisher. Letters to Sams, chiefly from actors, play- 
wrights, composers, and singers. ™»i», vmy 
Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-461 

Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903 
Letters, 1864-94. 
41 items. 

I? H . en . ry . E ; Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
English philosopher. Letters to John Fiske. 
Catalog cards In the library. 

MS 62-462 

Carrington, Henry, 1793-1867. 

Papers, 1810-75. 

293 Items. 

InVirginia Historical Society collections. 

Personal and business correspondence (chiefly before msti «f 
Carrington, of Charlotte Co, V* Correspond Sfe nfemlJs 
Or,SS B ^. n - JTi (MSL - CarringtoiTcoalton. ColS, ^We! 
Yan^ fanSTi 4 **• S0&ae - VeMb *- w atMDsTand 

Gift of Mrs. Ella (Carrington) Eggieston and others 1954. 

MS 62-463 

Biddle family. 

Papers, 1790-1916. 

ca. 800 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
^k..*™^ papera of the B'O'Ue and related families of Pbiladel- 
it^esfpapSs! " ^^ eTenly "^.^I^bnS 

Presented by Samuel Moyerman, 1980. 

MS 62-464 



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Shovel, Sir doudesley, 1650-1707. 

Papers, 1690-1705. 

85 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

British naval officer. Correspondence and other papers of Shovel, 
together with a small group or papers of Sir George Bootee and a 
aeries of letters (1702) written to Sir Charles Hedges, secretary of 
state. 

Summary report and catalog cards In the lihrary. 

Acquired from William K. Blxby, 1918. 

MS 62-465 

Bewick, Thomas, 1753-1828. 

Correspondence, 1796-1828. 

55 items. 

In Henry B. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

English wood' engraver. Correspondence of Bewick with his 
daughter Jane, together with a few letters to and tram other mem- 
bers of his family. 

Catalog cards In the library. 

Purchased from Magga Bros., 1950. 

MS 62-466 



U. S. Mmt. 

Records, 1856-99. 

82 items. 

In Henry EL Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Chiefly letters to officers of the TJ. S. Branch Mint at San Fran- 
cisco, containing instructions from Treasury Dept officials In Wash- 
ington and employment recommendations from prominent persons. 
Includes a few receipts and other documents. 

List of correspondents In the library. 

Purchased from Edwin Grabhorn, 1915. 

MS 62-467 



CadeD & Davies, London. 

Correspondence, 1769-1832. 
car 500 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Letters to the publishing Arm of Cadell & Davies from their liter- 
ary clients. 

Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-468 



Joseph Bonaparte, King of Spam, 1768-1844. 
Correspondence, 1825-39. 
43 items. 

In Henry E Huntington Lihrary (San Marino, Call!) 
Correspondence of Joseph Bonaparte with Felix Lacosta and his 
wife. 

Catalog cards in the library. 

MS 62-469 



Taylor, Edward De Witt 

Papers, 1909-50. 
4954 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Printer, artist, and poet. Personal and business correspondence 
and other papers. 

Inventory of the papers In the library. 
Presented by Mr. Taylor, 195X 

MS 62-470 



Suffolk, Henrietta (Hobart) Howard, countess of, 1688!- 
1767. 

Correspondence, 1715-66. 

40 Items. 

In Henry E Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Correspondence of the Countess of Suffolk and her second hus- 
band, George Berkeley. Includes Sir Walter Scott's review of the 
published correspondence. 

Catalog cards In the library. 

Three of the letters are Included In Letters to and from w«mf<«n. 
Countess of Suffolk, edited by J. W. Croker (1824) 

MS 62-473 



Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901. 
Letters, 1830-61. 
65 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San MnyitiA^ Calif.) 
Letters addressed to various persons. 



Froude, James Anthony, 1818-1894. 
Letters. 1861-92. 



Tn Henry E. Huntington Lihrary (San Marino, Calif.) 
English historian. Letters to Frances Power Cobbe, Moncnre 
Daniel Conway, and others. 
Catalog cards In the library. 

MS 62-471 

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge, 1832-1898. 
Letters. 1848-97. 
88 Items. 

In Henry E" Huntington Library (San v«H«n Calif.) 
Engli s h author and ™«t-iiflfFH»t1''f a n Letters to B. Gertrude Tham- 
Bon and others. 

MS 62-473 



MS 62-474 



Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. 

Correspondence, 1840-1920. 

88 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Letters of various members of the Pre-Baphaellte Brotherhood. 
19 of the letters addressed or relating to Walter Howell DevereU, 
form the basis of a work, never published, entitled The P. B. B. and 
Walter Howell DevereU. Includes 22 letters by William Hohnan 
Hunt, 30 by Sir John Everett vw«i» and 21 by Dante Gabriel 



MS 62-475 



Catalog cards in the library. 



iUckman, John, 1771-1840. 

Correspondence, 1798-1839. 

1278 items. 

In Henry K Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

English statistician. Includes 498 letters to Bobert Soothey. 

MS 62-476 



WQkie, Sir David, 1785-1841. 
Letters, 1815-36. 
53 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, CaUf.) 
Scottish artist Letters to Abraham Baimbach concerning the en- 
graving of Wllkie's paintings. 

MS 62-477 



Poy Brothers, Los Angeles. 
Eecords, 1854-1925. 
69 v. 

In Henry E Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Business records of the harness and saddlery firm owned by John 
M. and Samuel C. Foy. 

Acquired through Mary E. Foy, 1938. 

MS 62-478 



Dielschneider's Jewelers, HcMinnviUe, Or. 

Eecords, 1877-1959. 

5ft 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Cashbook (1877-78), records of watch sates (1927-69), watch re- 
pairs, and clock repairs, diamond records (1942-59), and manu- 
facturers' and jobbers' catalogs. 

MS 62-479 



Heitkemper (G.) Company, Portland, Or. 
Eecords, 1874-1924. 
Sft 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Corporation minutes and ledgers, together with earner records, of 
a Jewelry store incorporated in Oregon in 1898. Before coming to 
Oregon, Heitkemper operated jewelry stores In Ohio and Iowa. 

MS62-480 



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Philadelphia. Library Company. 

Archives. 

14 ft (4000-5000 items) 

In Library Company of Philadelphia collections. 
frnn?™!'^'^ minutes (17 v., from 1731), record books (10 v., 
^fi a chronological register, minutes of the LoganlanUbrary 
check books, monthly reports, treasurer's reports, iStsof mlsstae 
books, book purchases, fine books, and other records. musing 

MS 63-481 



Aram family. 

Papers, 1835-1912. 

90 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino. Calif.) 

Letters and papers of the family of Joseph Aram, pioneer of 1846 
and. prominent resident of Santa Clara C*., Cal£ p£s^ repn? 
SS ™ .„ CU<Se ^? 1I '-^ is „ SOD Bu « ene 1 "• ««ughter Sarah CocHnd 
m^'i!;,» to Y - ^ wh0 came *° California as a m^r™ 
18o0, and spent 30 years there as a Methodist preacher ^^ 

Summary report and catalog cards U the library 

Acquired from Edwin Grabhorn, 1945. 

MS 62-482 

Pacific Mail Steamship Company. 

Records, 1853-1917. 

ca. 190,550 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino Calif.) 

Correspondence, ledgers, journals, logs, and cashbooks. 

Acquired through the Pacific Mall Steamship Co., M87Y 

MS 62-483 

King's Mountain Railroad Company. 

Records, 1862-65. 

97 items. 

In Duke University Library. 
—Si!?' ****!>**• records of mall, freight, and passengers, and yearly 
reports of the president and directors to the MttS. 

Card index In the library. «™«m. 

Acquired. 1950. 

MS 62-484 

Brownsville Woolen Mills, BrounuviSe, Or 
Records, 1902-28. 
3ft. 

In University of Oregon Library. 
Journals, daybooks, and a ledger. 

MS 62-485 



Ayers, Alexander Miller, 1827-1902. 

Papers, 1851-1921. 

184 items. 

In Emory University Library. 

Microfilm (negative) of originals in the possession of W D Over- 
dyke, Shreveport, La. 

.Lawyer judge, Army officer. Includes 180 letters of Ayere to his 
wife and children, diaries (1855, 1864-65), other papers, and a photo. 
The letters and Civil War diaries were written while Ayers was serv- 
ing In the 125th Regiment of Illinois Infantry, In Kentucky, Tennessee. 
Georgia, and the Carollaas. ....... 

Unpublished summary In the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 

A^TreA "nKR 1 Utenu7 **»*>• available in the library. 

MS 62-486 

Burgwyn family. 

Papers, 1764-1927. 
ca. 430 items. 

,-J. n Un Jl£? Ity of North Carolina library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (1687) 

In part, transcripts. 

Correspondence, plantation records, business and legal Mpers. and 
addre sses on local subjects, chiefly of William Hyslop Sumner Bur- 
gwyn, lawyer, businessman, and physician, of Henderson, N. C In- 
cludes Papers of his father, Henry King Burgwyn, and of his brothers, 
Henry King Burgwyn, Jr„ and John Alveston Burgwyn. Also Includes 
correspondence with overseers (1843) and letters written from a Euro- 
pean tour (1851) 



Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. T. W. M. Long and her children, 1938-50. 



MS 62-487 



Glenn, Leonidas Chalmers, 1871-1951. 
Papers, 1752-1927. 
650 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (3052) 

Geologist. Correspondence, diary, wills, deeds, and other papers of 
Glenn s ancestors. Includes papers of the Wilson family of Pennsyl- 
vania, and the Wilson, Torrence, and Glenn families of present Gaston 
Co., N. C; diary and reminiscences of Glenn's father, William Davis 
Glenn ; and letters from Presbyterian ministers, Confederate soldiers 
In North Carolina and Virginia, and relatives In Ohio, Illinois, Arkan- 
sas, Virginia, and South Carolina. ^^ 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Glenn, 1954. 

MS 62-488 



Wilson, Robert, i. 1789. 

Business records, 1772-1888. 
13 ft 

le«WllS S a?d i8^) rth Car ° 3ln * Librai * Smaern Eist0TiaX O"- 
Merchant, of Pittsylvania Co., Va. Account books, business corre- 
«£«£""• {"ST^i "J* «?« rece** of WUsonand of ^hnDi^: 
X?'h^ ^. mU ' J .°^ Wason - and othere of "» Predecessors In 
the business. The material pertains to merchandising, tobacco shln- 

malts ^ wn " 1 , 1 and en3jl mU1 Pe™«<«s. stop workTand other activi- 
ties. The earliest volume (1772-82) is from Guilford Co. NC 
Unpublished description In the library. " 

Lent by Mrs. James E. Covington, and' gift of John Boatrlght, 1SGL 

MS 62-489 



Andrews, Garnett, 1837-1903. 

Papers, 1816-1928. 

325 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (1839) 

Confederate officer, of Georgia, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Corre- 
spondence and other material, concerning the estate of Andrew Beirne 
of Monroe Co, W. Va., Andrews' service as Judge-Advocate for the 
courts-martial of Confederate generals Lafayette McLaws and Jerome 
B. Robertson (1863-64), genealogy of the Andrews, Beirne, Garnett, 
and Key families (1891-1903), and other matters. Includes scrap- 
book and American autograph collection of Eliza Frances Andrews, 
who wrote under the name of Elaey Hay. 

Gift of Garnett Andrews, 1951-58. 

MS 62-490 



Coolidge, Dane, 1873-1940. 
Papers, ca. 1915-1939. 

17 ft. 

In Mills College Library. 

Author and naturalist Correspondence, literary MSS„ and notes. 

Finding aid in the library. o«,«™u««. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the library 

Gift of Mrs. Coolidge, 1945. »»™y. 

MS 62-491 



Aden, James Lane, 1849-1925. 

Papers, ca. 1892- 

ca. 60 items and 3 boxes. 

In University of Kentucky Library. 

Forms part of the Samuel M. WUson manuscript collection. 

Author; Correspondence concerning Allen's writings, lecture en- 
gagements, and personal affairs ; drafts of his articles, essays stories, 
and other writings ; book reviews, programs, clippings, and a Dlctare" 
Includes correspondence concerning acquisition of thTpapers fromthe 
city of Lexington, Ky and from Alexander Hill of Robert Clarke and 
SSL3 Ue S5f ^ respol>aeBts mclude Mr. Herndon, Alexander HUL Kate 
Douglas Wlggln, and Samuel M. Wilson. ^*™ 

Bequest of Samuel M. Wilson, 1946-59. 

MS 62-492 



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Raskin, John, 1819-1900. 
Letters, 1850 ?-79? 
23 items. 

Id University of Arizona library. 

English author and critic. Letters to William Eoscoe Osier, T. 
Smith Osier, and Charles H. Woodd, together with a typewritten tran- 
script of the 11 letters to the Osiers. 
Gift of T. B. Hanley. 

MS 62-493 

Bayle, Pierre, 1647-1706. 
Letters, 1670-1706. 
158 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

French philosopher and man of letters. Letters, chiefly written to 
members of Bayle's family, a list of Bayle's writings together with the 
dates of early editions, and a list of MSS. which were found after 
Bayle's death. 

MS 62-494 

Brand, Mfllen, 1906- 

Papers, ca. 1930-57. 

39 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Author. Correspondence, journals, and literary MSS. Includes 
the original typescripts of most of Brand's major prose works and 
some of his poetry. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 

Gift of Mr. Brand, 1954-57. 

MS 62-495 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882. 

Letters, ca. 1814-82. 

73 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Author and philosopher. Letters to Edward Bangs, Harrison 
Blake, Geraldlne Jewsbury, Henry David Thoreau, Caroline Wilson, 
and others. 

MS 62-496 

Freeman, Mary Eleanor (Wilkins) 1852-1930. 

Letters, 1893-1901. 

54 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Author. Letters to various persons at Harper Bros, and The Cen- 
tury magazine, relating chiefly to the publication in serial and book 
form of Mrs. Freeman's various novels and short stories. Includes 
letters to Henry Mills Alden, Richard Watson Gilder, George B. Har- 
vey, and Bobert Underwood Johnson. 

MS 62-497 



Hammond, Jabez Delano, 1778-1885. 
Letters, 1826-52. 
46 items. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

U. S. Representative from New York- Miscellaneous letters and 22 
letters to Henry S. Randall. 

MS 62-498 

Robins, Edward, 1862-1943. 
Papers, 1939-42. 
43 Items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
Author. Twelve personal letters written to Robins, together with 
articles and addresses by him, some in MS. form and some clippings, 
dealing with literary and historical matters. 
Presented by Mrs. Robins, 1943. 

MS 62-499 

Major, Charles, 1856-1913. 
Papers, 1870-1925. 

16 ft 

In Purdue University Library. 

Author. Correspondence, successive drafts, proofs, and editions of 
55 novels and short stories, scrapbooks, clippings of reviews, other 
papers, and photos. Includes ca. 600 letters from Major's publishers 
concerning publication, stage adaptation and performance, and other 
matters Involving bis works. 

Finding aids in the library. Also described in Indiana quarterly 
for bookmen, v. 2, no. S (July 1948) p. 71-8L 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Major, 1925. 

MS 62-500 



Ward family. 

Papers, 1800-1900. 

2 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence, documents, and photos, relating to members of the 
Ward family of New Jersey : John Dod Ward (1795-1873) ; his bob 
Samuel S. Ward (1832-1857) ; and his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles Dod Ward. 

Gift of Robert E. Schmitz, 1953. 

MS 62-501 



Stanard, Robert. 

Papers, 1764-1845. 

4v. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

Correspondence, accounts and other papers which relate to or were 
formerly In the possession of Stanard, a member of the Virginia 
Court of Appeals. The letters Include some from his father, Larkin 
Stanard, and his brothers, John and Thomas, as well as from politi- 
cal and business associates. 

Gift of H. L. Snlfridge, 1930. 

MS 62-402 



Peck, Harry Thurston, 1856-1914. 

Papers, ca. 1880-1914. 

lbox. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Classical scholar and university professor. Correspondence, clip- 
pings, and other papers relating to the breach of promise suit brought 
by Esther Quinn against Peck and his subsequent dismissal from the 
staff of Columbia University in 1910. Includes letters relating to 
Peck's early teaching career and his life after leaving the university. 
Correspondents Include Nicholas Murray Butler and Bobert Arrow- 
smith. 

MS 62-508 

Nathan, Jonathan. 

Letters, ca. 1843-57. 

484 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Personal letters written by Nathan, of the Columbia Class of 1SZT, 
to his college classmate, Hamilton Fish, relating to dally activities, 
friends, travel, and similar subjects. 

Gift of Hamilton Fish, Jr., 1938. 

MS 62-504 



Washington, George, Pres. V. S., 1732-1799. 
Papers, 1776-98. 
ca. 60 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 
Correspondence, diaries (1795 and 1798) , and documents. 

MS 62-505 



Watts, Charles. 

Correspondence, ca. 1810-51. 

70 items. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

Letters written by and relating to Judge Charles Watts of Louisi- 
ana and members of his family, mainly personal in nature dealing 
with family affairs, daily life, and friends. Includes 45 letters 
written by Watts, dated principally from Blloxl, Miss, to members of 
his family In New York, and 21 letters from, to, and relating to his 
sister, Helen Watts, and her husband H. Floyd Jones, and bis family. 

MS62-S06 



Lntz, Alms. 

Collection of letters from noted women. 

47 Items.- 

In Radcllffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-L 97) 

Unpublished inventory In the library. 

Acquired 1956. 

MS 62-507 



Thomas, W L 

Correspondence, 1900-01. 
lv. 

In Texas State Library, Archives Division. 

Letters received by Thomas while serving In the office of the 
Texas State Treasury. 

MS62-508 



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Allen, John T 

Correspondence, 1858-69. 

ca.400 items. 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

r, ■ „ MS 63-509 

Campbell, Dorcas Elisabeth. 

Correspondence, 1946-58. 
110 items. 

5i,2 adcU S e CoUe * e ^bra^. Women's Archives (A-T 1B> 
t^m! KL e ?° nal "despondence with Ma^ Rmer^eart 
Unpublished inventory In the library. seard. 

MS 62-510 
Foster family. 

Papers of the Foster and Woods families, 1803-1908 

ca. 200 items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 
•J?°..?' , ?'k >nde ? ce ' **™«»««». W"s and receipts, dippings, photos 
EZ£?*2SL 0t * ST '™ 1 membere of tte Foste? and WoodTtamiU™: 
r?S!^ i? J° m t 'iS™ 8 «»><*mlng William E. West, the painter 
a relative of Sarah West Woods. Bulk of the materia Covers the 

VELE* XSIT CiT ? War ' M0St """^ent r tte coneTon te 
Ephralm H. Foster, a founder of the Whig Party in Tennessee and 
twice elected to the U. S. Senate from Tennessee: OtterTreSri 
rented to the collection include the children ofTsjmralm H Fo?to 

i ?S^i aI J y -^*S rt ■ Po ^f r ™- John D - J»'ta. and Same Foster and 

Unpublished register in the library 

Gifte of Emmallne CockrllL Dr. A. L. Crabb, Terner Jones, and 
Mrs. L. D. Maney; purchased from Mrs. Garnet Andrew* 

MS 62-511 

Slaughter family. 

Papers, 1800-1950. 
3 ft (ca. 500 items) 

E ^t^SSSS^ Historical fcd *3' coitions (Tucson. Arte.) 

n .°3S^ newspaper articles relating to the Slaughter tarn- 
Oy.iamphlets memorial booklets, souvenir programs, oSrtlflcates, 
genealogy of the Slaughter family, and other paperiiien «retcb2 

tag to land owned by John H. Slaughter and a copy of his wQL nro- 
MnwEfr?' 8 * vf , t H.25. te <* W - J " SlaughteV and a wllfTf 
k?ftJi»Tn SE* Y, l0 if- to « ett,er *"*> 50 pages of notes (1937) taken 
by Edith O. KItt during an interview with Cora Slaughter. ^^ 

to ttT™ii^ d „ <ale 5 d Sr ta . *** fePos'tory. Also described in A guide 

Gift of the Slaughter family, 1955. 

MS C.2-512 

Johnson, Martha (Waller). 

Papers, 1864-1926. 

294 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 
otlS n S™ den .$ e ' news P?I>er clippings, memorabilia, photos, and 
%$Z r^f • c . Cor i e S ,0 ° deDts iDclnde Benjamin Brewster, Emily 
ra2S.^T™. rS*/" ClCT , ela ? - F^oes Folsom Cleveland Grow 
SST^SiJ tl SL£_^ 00 S^ t Derby ' Norman Duncan, Emma C. Har- 
mon Folsom, Gertrude Elliott Forbes-Robertson, la? Forbee-Robwt- 

7&IjSSS^tSr, W ' m HardiDg ' Oliver WenaeBHXes, 
Mabel Johnson, Harriet Lane Johnston, George Washington Custto 

Lee. Sites Weir Mitchell Gabriella Page, Thomas Nelson Page, 
Emma Folsom Perrlne, Oorinne Roosevelt Robinson, Edith Kermlt 
Carow Ivoosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, John H. Steuart George 

*ESJ£ K°Sl3 e JS He TS n Taft ' Heni7 Tan Dyke. Florence Waner, 
Milton C West, Edward Douglass White, and Katherine Willaru. 
a-TSSS ,,£L tbe -*S»etatlon for the Preservation of Virginia 
Antiquities, 1956. 

MS 62-513 

Higginbotham, David, 1775-1853. 

Papers, 1811-91. 

412 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Personal and business correspondence and other papers of Higgln- 

botuam, of Richmond and Albemarle Co., Va, and of his family 

Correspondent* lncrade John Allocs, Frances Todd Johnson Barbour,' 

Philip Pendleton Barbour, William A. Bibb, John Geddes Blair Be> 

5*2 H £^-2 n ? ner • Frances Higginbotham Buckner, John C. Carter, 

mi™'h2!.^i a SS? ^F^"*^ Walter ^^ Bichard H. Field, 
Elizabeth Higginbotham Fisher, George Daniel Fisher, Joseph Gtllet 

5£r7 ^SL^SS^SS"!? J? met ' Geor Se Christopher Gilmer, Johi 
raShS^*? 1, ^^tP ' J 500 *^ 6e<"«e Grasty, Jane Randolph 
Higginbotham Macmnrdo Haxall, Robert Walker Haxall, N. A. Hot 



?££. T nne - E | te " e Higginbotham Hoskins, Francis Hoskins, John R. 
M "?' J* Tm T Sml . th Joyoes, Rosa Bayly Joynes, Zaccheus Collins Lee, 
Mary Jaue Lews, Wil iam H. JIacfarland. Thomas Boiling Ma? 
murdo, sai.mel Marx Harrlette L. Maury, William Hunte. ? Meri- 
Ppv?™ ^ Minor, Edward H. Moon, Reuben B. Patteson, Bernard 
?„h„ t^ meS / < "T e11 ' ■" eiande "- R iT es, William Rose, James Ross, 
^o S5 d \. Jac<luelin Plunun *r T ^lor, Nathaniel Wattles 
Thomas Wood Mary Anne Wydown, and members of the Bayly 
London, and Timberlake families. ""*-». 

Purchased from James Valentine, 1955. 

MS 62-514 



Cooke family. 

Papers, 1823-1953. 

196 Items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence and otber papers of the Cooke family Includes 
correspondence of Philip St George Cooke and of John Rogers 
Cooke. Correspondents include Matthew Arbuckle Lewis Addison 
Armistead, Benjamin W. Austin, Edward Bates, William H Collins. 
James Craik, Jefferson Davis, L. C. Dumas, Richard S Ewell. 
Edmund Pendleton Gaines, E. S. Godfrey, Ulysses S. Grant, Samuel 
S. Harris, O. L. Hem, Roger Jones, Stephen W. Kearny, Fitzhugh 
Lee, Robert E. Lee, Abraham Lincoln, James Longstreet, W Merritt. 
W. A. Nichols, the Comte de Paris, Winfleld Scott, William' T. She£ 
man, Persifor Frazer Smith, John O. Steger, Flora (Cooke) Stuart, 
J. E B. Stuart, George H. Thomas, Samuel Escue Tillman, Thomas 
S. White, and members of the Cooke family. 

Deposited by Philip St. George Cooke, 1953-59. 

MS 62-515 

I^esing, Benson John, 1813-1891. 

Correspondence, 1852-92. 

80 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections, 
^h. £_ ^"l rrttten to Lossing by various residents of Phils 
delphia, treating of historical and personal matters^ COTresoondenS. 
include Samuel Austin Anibone. E. W. Bai.ey H^.ry C^BaT^ 
rL2" mm T T Belkaa P. Geo"** William Childs, Ferdinand JulS 

SS ^, r 3 ^** " HaJe - Charles Henry Hart, Moses PorneU HmZ 
Frederick Charles Johnson, John Jordan, Jr S™T j tXS,™ 
n*£ L^^ ?^ * LukentVta ZMSmste, 1 !^ 
Shelton Mackenz,e, J. Harned Morris, Robert PattersotTp^rteTand 

S^S' % b % E f' Me i- Geofge Henry Preble. Charles Francis Rich- 
ardson, the Sunday school times, W. L. Thatcher, Henry Clay Trum- 

i CHarrod Vinton, Thompson Westcott, and Lavinia F. Whitman. 

Furcnase, 1959. 

MS 62-516 

Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Civil War papers, 1861-65. 

ca. 2000 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Soldiers' correspondence, regimental and company records, official 
reports, records of civilian groups, and other papers. Includes rec- 
ords of the 88th Pennsylvania Veterans Volunteer Association, the 
lMth Pennsylvania Volunteer Regiment, the 2d Regiment of Eastern 
Shore Maryland Volunteers, CapL Charlemagne Tower's Company of 
the 6th Pennsylvania Volunteers, the Sixth Ward (Philadelphia) 
Bounty Fnnd, the Commission for the Relief of Philadelphia Volun- 
teers, and various monument associations ; also consolidated morning 
reports of various brigades, a group of company orders, morning re- 
ports, and commissary reports, and other military records of various 

kinds. Confederate papers Include oaths of allegiance, bonds, cur- 
rency and financial papers, and conscription, enlistment, and dis- 
charge records. Letters between Robert Patterson and Winfleld Scott 
relate to the Valley Campaign of 1861. 
Purchase and gift. 

MS 62-517 

Laishley, Peter T 

Papers, 1809-1915. 

l box. 

In West Virginia University Library (670) 

In part microfilm. 

Methodist minister, physician and merchant of Monongalia Co. 
J.™ Cofespoioence and other papers, Including an account book, 
papers on the settlement of the estate of Richard Laishley in England • 
records of marriages in Monongalia Co. performed by Peter T. Laish- 
ley; Laishley family birth and marriage notes; accounts for services 
?SJt """^fer ""d physician In Monongalia Co. (1833-39) ; and other 
Items pertaining to church and local history. 

In part, gift of Mrs. G. Harry Bayles, 1955. 

MS 62-518 



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Champion, S A 

Papers, 1876-85. 

ca. 800 items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Lawyer and Tennessee State senator. Letters and cards, dealing 
with civil suits, collection of fees, and other financial matters ; with 
the fortunes of the Democratic Party in its straggle to unify its ranks 
and secure control over the State political machinery; with Cham- 
pion's services as State Senator; with his interest in the financial 
affairs of the struggling Morning world newspaper; and with his 
cattle farm near Paris, Tenn. Correspondents include William H. 
Cherry of the Tennessee Agricultural Works; John M. Taylor, at- 
torney of Lexington, Tenn.; F. M. Thompson; Leon Trousdale, State 
Superintendent of Public Instruction; and E. A. Wade, manager of 
Champion's cattle farm. 

Unpublished register In the library. 

Purchased from Nellie Toler. 

MS 62-519 



Old Oak Club, Nashville. 

Records, 1888-1957. 

ca. 3 ft. (1100 items) 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Correspondence, minutes, papers read by members, histories of the 
club, sketches of deceased members, programs, and handbooks of a 
discussion club organized in lfiST In Nashville by Herman JustL In- 
cludes sketches of Walter M. Dake, Beuben Ford, George Weeks Hale, 
Robert F. Jackson, John Bell Keeble, Charles Alexander McMurry, 
Prlmltlvo A. Rodriguez, Holden Bovie Schermerbom, and Robert 
Trimble Smith, along wttB a memorial to Herman JustL Among the 
44 papers on a wide variety of subjects read by members there are six 
by Alfred E. Howell, together with several more of which he was co- 
author. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Gift of Isabel Howell, Robert McGraw, and Dan Botnson, 

MS 62-520 



White, William Allen, 1868-1944. 
Letters, 1909-39. 
78 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Journalist and author. Letters from White to his friend, D. A. 
"Gas" Ellsworth. The letters are chiefly personal in tone although 
there are scattered references to White's books and articles. 

MS 62-521 



Rodgers, George. 

Papers, 1893-1931. 

9ft 

In Oregon State Library. 

B usine ss m an, Oregon legislator, mayor of Salem, and secretary of 
the Progressive Party. Business correspondence and papers. In- 
cludes records of the Capital City Bindery (1888-05), Court Apart- 
ments (McNary h Rodgers) (1815-31), Marlon Realty Co. (1811-17), 
West Fur Co. (1916-18) of Salem, George Rodgers and Co, ship- 
builders, Astoria (1918-19), and Washington Realty Co, Portland 
(1906-17) 

MS 62-522 



Jefferson, Thomas, Pre*. V. S., 1743-1826. 

Correspondence, 1780-1825. 

45 items. 

In William L Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Division of 
Manuscripts. 

Five letters from Jefferson to Hugh H Brackenrldge, Stephen Van 
Rensselaer, Captain Cutting, John Mason, and a bookdealer. Forty 
letters to Jefferson concerning scientific agricultural, political and 
philosophical topics. Names of writers of letters Include John Church- 
man, Calvin Jones, Benjamin Kneeland, Thomas Marshall, Philip 
MazzeL. Andrew a Mitchell, Melatlah Nash, Gabriel Nourse, Andrew 
Oliver, Jr, Samuel Overton, William Pearce, Robert Pleasants, Wil- 
liam Scales, William Schultz, Peyton Short, Abraham Small, Francis 
Qurney Smith, P. W. Sproat, Isaac Story, William Strickland, Joseph 

Gardner Swift, William Tatham, Hugh P. Taylor, William Thomson, 
Ellsha Tracy, Samuel Vaughan, Charles F. Welles, Ebenezer Bancroft 
WUllston, and William Wingate. 

The letters to Jefferson are described In the catalogue of the Ameri- 
can Art Association (Jan. 21-22, 1926) 

Acquired upon settlement of the Clements estate, 1937. 

MS 62-523 



Fitch, Clyde, 1865-1909. 

Papers, 1878-1907. 

67 items. 

In Amherst College library. 

Playwright. Correspondence: and MSS. of 7 plays, 1 poem, 4 of 
Juvenilia and whimsy, and 1 talk. Includes original pencil MSS. of 8 
plays, and revised and annotated copies of typewritten MSS. of other 
plays. The material is related to the library's collection of Fitch's 
personal library books. 

Card index in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gifts of Mr. Fitch's mother, Mrs. Alice Clark Fitch, Miss Virginia 
Gerson, and William B. Stitt ; and purchases, 1817-56. 

Full name: William Clyde Fitch. 

MS 62-524 



Hagner, Peter, 1772-1850. 

Papers, 1730-1940. 

4ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (3117) 

U. S. Government official. Personal, business, government, and 
family papers of Hagner while in the Accounting Office of the War 
Dept (1783-1817) and at the Treasury as Third Auditor (1817-49) 
Includes letters from Annapolis, Philadelphia, New York, Washington, 
and various army posts; and papers of the James, Nicholas, and Ran- 
dall family connections. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of A. B. Hagner, 1955. 

MS 62-^525 



Range, Herman 6 collector. 

Marine collection. 

243 ft 

In Milwaukee Public Library. 

Correspondence; ledgers containing records of Great Lakes ships 
and shipyards ; notes, clippings, pamphlets, magazines, and over 20,000 
photos, and other illustrations of ships, harbors, lighthouses, canals, 
and miscellaneous scenes. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

MS 62-526 



Bancroft, Levi H 1861-1948. 

Papers, 1863-1956. 

3 ft 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Lawyer, attorney general, and politician. Correspondence, clip- 
pings, and family papers, including 6 Civil War letters, and a little 
genealogical material on the Bancroft and De Lap families. 

Unpublished Inventory in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Gideon Benson, Steve Fog, and Herbert R. Nelson, 
1955-58. 

MS 62-527 

Wonk, Herman, 1915- 

Papers, ca. 1946- 

24 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Author. Correspondence, literary MSS, working notes, and memo- 
rabilia. Includes the MSS. of Aurora dawn. The Calne mutiny. The 
Calne mutiny court-martial, The traitor, The city boy, and Slattery's 
hurricane. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Wouk, 1956. 

MS 62-528 



Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. 

Papers. 

ca. 150 items. 

In Library of Congress, Rare Book Division. 

Forms part of the William Montelle Carpenter Kipling collection. 

Author. Letters, stories, poems, sketches, corrected galley proofs, 
cartoons, printed matter, photos, and memorabilia- Literary MSS. 
Include the earliest draft of Mowgli's brothers. The elephant and the 
lark's nest, William the Conqueror, A celebrity at home. The song of 
the women. The night of power, L'envol, and To these people. Cor- 
rected galley proofs Include The ship that found herself, A tour of 
Inspection, From sea to sea, Mrs. Bathurst, The day's work. The child 
of calamity. Among the railway folk, The elepnant'B child. The be- 
ginning of the armadillos, and The sing-song of old man kangaroo. 

Described In Annual report of the Librarian of Congress for the 
fiscal year ending June SO, 1941, p. 127-138. 

Gift of Mrs. William M Carpenter, 1941. 

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Monnette, Orra Eugene, 1873-1936. 

Papers, ca. 1900-36. 

58 v. 

In Los Angeles Public library. 

In part, transcripts and photocopies. 
m£? w ye £ ****?*• ">* genealogist Notebooks containing letters, 
diaries, photocopies of original documents, neTOr*per^rotags7note 9 ' 
from ] combouse searches, and other paptrs .rtia^totte ifonaetul 
pSSJ,SSi^ nume ? ms ?» auoJUes of New Jersty. MarySnTaid 
^^Jl? 1 *- J 1 "? 1 of *»* exertion "masts ofthe otSSS notes 

w 5f5? R ^J.S 11) and Flrst «ttte« of ye plantations of Plsratawnv 

a=d Woodbridge, olde east New Jersey, lSSt-lTUnflMlJaf^^ 

Gift of Mrs. Monnette and Mis. MSelTisStoyT^r-BS. 

MS 62-530 



Simpson, John, 1728-1788. 
Papers, 1733-1925. 
655 items. 

lect^lssSf* ** Snth Car ° Ul,a LUwary - So n «»em Historical Ool- 
Revolutionary officer, of Boston and Pitt Co. N C. (VmmM 
ence, account books, deeds, win. andcSher^anSa rf Ri m S^^f; 
SSSX2? SlnuSoTBryaS; SSffleTandXeott faSSto oxNeS 
Bernand other places In eastern North Carolina. WcoS^ondenS 

Unpublished description In the library ^^ "■«■■. 

Purchased, 1868-59. —>™». 

MS 62-681 

Johnson, Andrew, Pres. U. S., 1808-187S 

Papers. 1846-75. 

ca. 100 items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

In part, transcripts and photocopy. 

™S£?T > !!* aice (7 SJ""'' eUBWngs, a scrapbook, a broadside, two 

SrabC 'SSf - «?iBr J««««onT^roclan«tton: anS 

Ste^^m^ < S^^JVJ!i ttOT "T.Jolmsw, to his 
wttuguter wary, and a letter to an Bast Tennessee nm«nmM> o*utn* 
containing political observations. newspaper editor 

Unpublished register In the library 

Gift and purchase. 

MS 62-532 



Hichborn, Franklin, 1869- 
Papers, 1890-1940. 

« n H°^S a ? st Ce^spondence and other papers covering the political 
Si,*"? 1 , a S nmaLt * "»* "x^oents in which Hichborn waY tater- 
Ibe^en^SLE^oS tte^/graneaeo graft prosecution* 
^nrtf f? T*?? 1 ? 1 ^? M09 ' vratnutwe and reform movements, li- 
™ ™SJ? e *? FoDette . """palgns of 1912 and 1924. and IrfStlon 
on water and power for the acts of 1822, 1924, end 1828. Corre. 

Hiram Warren Johnson, William Kent, Judson King, Fremont Oder 
S^*2STf" ^22 ph Sl"**^ and Cleinent CaSu , ToS£ 
The material is related to the Bureau's John Randolph HayneTc* 

Typewritten index in the library 

?S?\. t <. .i! 1T ? , i ga S ora miier restrictions accepted by the library 
u fflft of the John Randolph Haynes and r*ra Hayne^oundSon, 

MS 62-533 



MchigML tJniversity. William L. Clements Library. 

Albums, commonplace book, and textbooks, ca. 1660-1850. 
13 items and 4 v. 

Ma I nus W rfp& n ** Clemeata UbmT * f- 4 ™ ***>', Mich.) Division of- 
♦.i!? 8 an *°P^* and photograph album of WDliam H. Breariey, con- 
nTSSSiS?* 08 -- ""5 ? i « n ? t,,res <* prominent people, and a collection 
JU^SSS."^^ *"* "anaals of FranceTa cimmonpUce book; 
SSi^n^SS b ° 0kS ' FS^ wWcn loosed to John Boyd? of Safe 
TtiSS» CW " S^asttan Le Clere's PraUqne de ikgeomtole 

wi^^^^^L 111 GnIde to tte n>annscript collections In the 

to^fS,^ 06 "^ J J ^ r ^'i omi>Ued *y H. a Peckham (1942) and 
In the 2d ed, compiled by W. S. Bwing (1958) 

MS 62-534 



Russell, Robert Young, 1800-1866. 
Papers, 1824-66. 
62 items and 10 v. 

In Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed 

Churches collection (Montreat, N.C.) formed 

Presbyterian minister. Correspondence relating to church affairs 

J ! S^T 1 ^f1? al 5 ing K t0 tte nnlon of «" Independent Prwfcytertan' 
Church with the Presbyterian Church in the TJ. S^ a Journal^mons; 
^?L a teaeMa* "»*»<*. financial papers, and miscellaneous note. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository 
Gift of the Russell family, 1956. "iwnrary. 

MS 62-535 

Roskruge, George J 1845-1928. 

Papers, 1880-1930. 

60 ft (2000 items) 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Arts ) 

Surveyor, engineer, and president of the Arizona Pioneers' Histori- 
cal Society. Correspondence (including letters relating to Southwest- 
ern land grants), survey and field notes, receipts, expense books, capi- 
tal stock certificates, documents, income tax returns, bankbooks, 
checks, memorial booklet, newspapers and newspaper dippings, rem- 
iniscences written by Roskruge, other papers relating to missions and 
to Roskruge's genealogy, and sketches and photos, of Roskruge. 

Unpublished calendar in the repository. Also described in A guide 
to the collections of the Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, annulled 
by R. Brandes (1961) wwj»i«u 

Gift of Edith O. Kltt, ca. 1930. 

MS 62-536 
Wells, Herbert George, 1866-1946. 
Papers, 1880-1946. 
ca. 65,000 items. 

In University of Illinois Library. 

British author. Correspondence, pocket diaries; typescripts and 
or proofs of 40 novels, 37 sociological books and 11 pamphlets: type- 
scripts and or dippings of ca. 500 unreprinted serial publications; 
MSS. and or typescripts of ca. 150 unpublished articles, stories, 
speeches, plays, films, and other papers; personal financial documenr& 
family records, contracts and publishers' statements, address books! 
house Inventories, other papers, and photos, of Wells' family and 
Soofrom 9£2kf P ° n ^ We m<andes **■ 8O ' 0o ° letter » received and ca. 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Information on literary rights available In the library 
Purchased from the Wells family, 1954. 

MS 62-537 

Gregory family. 

Papers, 1760-1896. 

153 Items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, deeds, plats of land, materials concerning lawsuits 
of Benjamin Person Thorp, Inventory of the estate of Frances A. 
Thoratm^memorabnia, and other items. Correspondents include 
Herbert Tyree Bacon, James B. P. Bacon, Mabeff Bacon. Martha 
Thweatt Gregory Bacon, Mary Bacon, Charles H. Barron, Edmund G 
Brodle, Walter Brodie, W. A. Eaton, James A. Eggleston, T A. Elliott. 
Indus Green, Archibald Hatchett Gregory, Charles Alexander Greg> 
ory, Ella Thorp Gregory, Herbert Gregory, Lucy Frances Gregory 
Lncy Jane Brodle Gregory, Lucy Osborne Thweatt Gregory Mabel 
Gregory, Mark Alexander Gregory, Mary Baskervllle Alexander Greg- 
ory, William Osborne Gregory, Fannie Hatchett, George Craghead 
Hatchett, Richard Jones H. Hatchett, Charles E. Johnson, Elizabeth 
B. Johnson, George W. Johnson, Sally A. Johnson, William P. Little, 
Susan Meade, Sara Agnes Rice Pryor, James Seawall, Fannie Seay, 
George B. Seay, Petronella Lampkln Hatchett Seay, Sue Sheparu, 
Sally Mary Gregory Taylor, Thomas P. Taylor, Sally Green Thweatt, 
Banjamln Person Thorp, Elizabeth Thorp, Lewis Thorp, Lucy Jane 
Thorp, and Timothy Thorp. 

Collection has been analyzed by the society. 

Gift of Mrs. George C Gregory, 1957. 

MS 62-588 



Stanton family. 

Papers, 1672-1846. 

ca. 45 items. 

In Stonlngton (Conn.) Historical Library. 

Deeds (1819-69), a family Bible, and miscellaneous papers of 
Thomas, Joseph, Lodowlck, Zebulon, Jabez, Esther, and George D. 
Stanton. Papers of Dr. George D. Stanton, born 1839, indude corre- 
spondence, 3 Stonlngton surveyors' field books, a notebook of Ston- 
lngton births and deaths (1865-1913) and other papers. 

Catalog In the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of descendants of the Stanton family. 

MS 62-589 



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West, Henry Hebard, 1872- 

Papers. 

6 it. 

In Los Angeles Public Library. 

In part transcripts. 

Telegraph operator, historian, and businessman. Correspondence, 
announcements, death notices and other family papers, and photos. 
Six of the volumes are entitled Descendants of Hezekiah West, 1763- 
1845, and the other five volumes contain correspondence relating to 
the compilation of that work. Allied families represented in the 
collection include Axley, Brydolf, Burris, Carriker, Carter, Corwln, 
Darby, Dean, Dunsworth, Gore, McBrode, McChesney, McNeil, Mead, 
Mercer, Mobley, Osborn, Peterson, Robertson, Standard, Thacker, 
Thompson, and White. 

Gift of Mr. West, 1986-57. 

MS 62-540 



Friends World Conference, Swarthmore College <rnd Haver- 
ford College, 1937. 

Records, 1933-37. 

ca. 8ft 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 

Correspondence and other papers of the conference, covering Its 
origin, early beginnings, survey, committee work, proceedings and 
addresses, publicity, and publications; and inclndlng papers of indi- 
viduals and a photograph album of those attending the conference. 

Checklist to the library- 
Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Deposit of the Friends World Conference Committee, before 1949. 

MS 62-541 



Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. 

Archives. 1801-1952. 

7 ft. 

In Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed 
Churches collections (Montreat, N. C.) 

Archives of the synods, general synod, presbyteries, sessions, Bon 
darken (the summer assembly ground) and miscellaneous records. 

Microfilmed catalog of records and minutes in the repository. Also 
described in Survey of records and minutes in the Historical Foun- 
dation, compiled by T. H. Spence (1943) 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the repository. 

Information in' literary rights available in the repository. 

Deposited by the various bodies, 1931-59. 

MS 62-542 

Melchner, Mary Roberta, collector. 

Gerard Manley Hopkins collection, 1862-1958. 

4 ft. 

In College of Notre Dame Library (Baltimore) 

In part, photocopies. 

Correspondence; MS. of Hopkins' Latin poem, In S. Winefridam; 
MS. of his work on death, and a selection from his notebooks ; MS. of 
a memoir of Hopkins written by his niece, Beatrice Handley-Derry; 
MS. of a review written by Martin Cyril D'Arcy of John Plck'e book, 
Gerard Manley Hopkins, priest and poet; and 2 albums of photos, of 
persons and places connected with Hopkins. Correspondence includes 
ca. 1020 letters written to Sister Mary Roberta by Hopkins' brother, 
Lionel Charles, his sister, Grace, and biographers, editors, and critics 
of Hopkins' writings; and 2 letters written by Hopkins to Coventry 
Patmore. 

Index available. in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Sister Mary Roberta Melchner, 1944. One MS. of Hopkins' 
was formerly owned by his nephew, Gerard Hopkins. 

MS 62-543 

Orr, Mary T collector. 

Papers, 1791-1896. 

ca. 1 ft (1000 items) 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Correspondence, business records, legal documents, diaries, memo- 
randa, and memorabilia of the Hamilton, Harris, House, Morgan, 
Overton, Thompson, and Wilson families. The letters are written 
from Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama, and con- 
tain information about conditions In these areas before and after the 
Civil War. One letter from Bussellville, Ky. (1807) contains a dis- 
course defending slavery. Another (1865) from Okolona, Mississippi, 
written by W. H. Gordon, to Albert W. Harris, discusses Negro and 
white relationships to the South. 

Unpublished register In the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Orr, on behalf of the Colonial Dames manuscript 
collecting program. 

MS 62-544 



Ivancovich, Byron, coUecu.: 

Ivancovich collection, 1770-1961. 

10 ft (600 items) 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

In part microfilm. 

Approximately 500 trade catalogs of the 1820's on home needs, toys, 
stoves, farm machinery and other merchandise ; list of visitors to San 
Xavier, 1827-1912; journal of Cave Couts kept on a trip from Mon- 
terey, Mexico to Los Angeles, Calif., 1848-1849 ; a report on the mis- 
sions of Arizona and Sonora (1772) by Fray Antonio de )os Reyes; 
material on Yaqui ceremonies and the Reyes-Barbastro Expediente 
1781-82 dispn.'e concerning the custody of San Carlos; and -'cruras 
of missions, collected by Byron and Jane H. Ivancovich, with elp 

of Father Kieran R. McCarty. 

Unpnblished calendar In the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Ivancovich. 

MSt 



Cocke, John Hartwell, 1780-1866. 

Papers, 1725-1931. 

53ft 

In University of Virginia Library (38-163) 

Planter, publicist reformer, and Army officer. Correspondence, 
diaries, account books, plantation records, genealogical Information 
and other papers. The material relates. to Cocke's interests and activ- 
ities concerning horses, sheep, and agricultural methods and societies; 
waterways, steam navigation, and other public improvements; the 
War of 1812 and the Civil War ; primary and secondary education 
and the University of Virginia ; and the American Colonization Soci- 
ety, the American Temperance Union, and other religions and reform 
groups. Includes diaries of Cocke, of his second wife, Louisa Max- 
well Holmes Cocke, and of Lucy Cocke; minutes of the Board of 
Visitors of the University of Virginia and of its predecessors, Albe- 
marle Academy and Central College; Thomas Jefferson's specifica- 
tions and drawings for the University of Virginia ; Cocke's journal of 
travels to the West (1832) ; letters of freedmen from Monrovia, 
Liberia; and family correspondence of the Cockes, Barrauds, Faul- 
cons, and others. Important correspondents include Joseph Carrlng- 
ton Cabell, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, and 
others.The material is related to the library's Philip St George 
Cocke papers (2280,2433, and 8272) 

Acquired, 1932-60. 

MS 62-546 



Crowder, James Preston. 

Letters, 1861-64. 

45 items. 

In Emory University Library. 

Microfilm (negative) of originals In the possession of Dennis W. 
Crowder, East Point Ga. 

Letters written by Crowder while serving in the 47th Regiment of 
Alabama Infantry, 3 other Civil War letters, and a few! postwar 
papers of other members of the Crowder family. Includes material 
on campaigns in Virginia, and on the Battles of Cedar Mountain and 
Chickamauga. 

Findlng aid In the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Acquired, 1958. 

MS 62-547 



MacRae family. 

Papers, 1817-1943. 

4186 items and 57 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, diary, account books, ledgers, bills, receipts, busi- 
ness records, legal papers, and other material. Alexander MacRae^ 
papers concern Florida plantations and their management the Semi- 
nole Indian War (1842), and settlements in southern Florida. Papers 
of his son, Archibald MacRae, deal with his life aboard ship as a 
U. S. naval officer, and with his trips to the Azores, Italy, Sicily, 
Hawaii, South America, and California during the Mexican War. 
Other papers pertain to railroad construction and management North 
Carolina militia (1832, 1839), a" general commission business, life in 
the Confederacy and Confederate Army during the Civil War, post- 
war business and industrial development in the Wilmington, N. C 
area, and a variety of business enterprises with which the M a cR a e 
family was connected. Includes writings and papers of Hugh Mac- 
Rae. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1956-58. 

MS 62-548 



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Bringhwst, James, 1730-1810 

iwCSSSS. of James BringW ■* of Eli2abeth 

ca.2ft 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 
eEF&EfSES'TS*' ■ I""*- ma^Spenter and mer^ 

Katt kX^^SSL 16 "?? "* »« *°«*H^a?er^nEer ?o 



^ Checklist, and Index of the letters from James Bringhurat, in the 
Gift of C. Marshall Taylor, 194a 

MS 62-549 

Wilson, Samuel Mackay, 1871-1946, collector. 

M9 I i"em" Pt eoIIecti(>n: Vir ginia court records, 1743-1871. 

In University of Kentucky Library 

Miscellaneous records, most of them from courts in Au-usta 
S^* 7 ; < ? mpr,sing deeds - *"* list * tand srantj. Stents note^SS 
rants, judgments, a claim, a broadside adverting a^vart for a 

S,"!rilSa 7 rTdeV nd ^f «"* S?*"* ^tionKnaf Robert 
aeeitnrE n „ d t^t^^ nC,S ^"t^ W " liam G ° och ' Peter 
Beauest of Mr. Wilson, 1946-59. 

MS 62-^550 

Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Autograph collections, ca. 1690-1904 

imS,'??^ 81 ,?°^ ety of Pennsylvania collections. 
(17^1887^,,^"^ " e J ett «» »f ™^ical n>en of Pennsylvania 
^ImSn^olnU^^^r^ ffi"" V""^ ** 

"^^Gulde^t^^^^^ 

SoSS-SE^ftftHS^ C ° UeCtl ° DS °' "" HiSt0r '^ 

MS 62-551 

Hnake family. 

Papers, 1779-1937. 
ca. 2 f t. 

lec^Sf* ° f NOrtt CaTOUl,a """^'-S^them Historical Col- 

*r.!? !iS!2 m ??!?.' X ' d i a ^' a , ca " mt °«*s. deeds, receipts, and military 
and other papers, of Benjamin Robinson Huske, Amy officer and 

anleSr? "tSSS* ° f P ^ e "r ale . «■ C anTof hlfand Ss wS 
ancestors. Includes correspondence and diary of William AttmonT 

Sh^nrnrl^ £££l? l ? Scopal Cnn,reh ' FwetteviUe, N. C, intbe 
18th century; correspondence of the Attmore, Hogg Huske. Sit. 

Mew Bern, N.C.; and military papers (1898) ^ 

Unpublished description in the library 
Gift of Benjamin B. Huske, 1988; Mrs. Marsden de Rosset, 1948. 

MS 62-552 

Sanford, Henry Shelton, 1823-1891 
Papers, 1769-1901. 
80 ft. (ca. 50,000 Items) 
In General Sanford Memorial Library Sanford. PU 

XSft^f F 1 ? 1 !?* and mta M89 . Ns l°t«est in the OaMeysroar 
ETSEE ^^f 18 "^ 1 " FIorida lands - *»«'■> the B^ublSS Part? 
«L A^i t*l his acUTitl « in the Belgian Congo as a membeTof 
tte_ African International Associatio^and the African International 
Exploring Expedition. Some 300 Items deal Stt«ffl?S 
te^^S^N^ f? ^** 1 with tt « bnsinesTinS^ofs^: 
T^L?^' N e°emiah Curtis Sanford, who owned a tack faetori 
Z^/- C ° mL ' ? d ate0 had lar ^ holdings in MicUganlafdf^ 
^Jta^n^naents Include Henry. Sowen Anthon> N M Beckl 
B^Sf"? £"?£■ B Jf* rt S - Chil «". Samuel tSSv^'coi.wS^ 
E. Curtis, John Chandler Bancroft Davis, Henry L. DeForest/to. 



renzo Draper, E. G. Eastman, Eleazer Foster, Leon Gauche*. Aaron 
(roodnch, David Hoadley. Donald Houston, T F. Hugglns, Colin M 
Ingersoll. James E. Ingniham, John A. Kasson, Peter V. King Jules' 
Lev.ta, AW. Macfarlane, James S. Mackie, Sir William MacKinnon, 
is. Maes, John Miller, John Munroe and Comnanv, Rev Lvman Phelns 
William Cabell Rives, Sr., S. B. Rogers, Jose M. de Rojas, C H Rus- 
sell, Gertrude Sanford. Henry S. Sanford, Jr.. Nancy Bateman' Shel- 
ton Sanford William H. Seward, Edward N. Shelton, Helen King 
Shelton, Philo S. Shelton, William Shelton, Gilead A Smith Truman 
Smith, Henry Morton Stanley, Benjamin Franklin Stevens' Col M 
Strauch, Emory H. Taunt, William Henry Trescot. Aler Trippei Ed- 
ward A. Turpin, Weber and Company, Thurlow Weed. Milo L 'Wil- 
liams, and Martha H. Wurts. 

Register published in 1960 by Tennessee State Library and Ar- 
chives. 

Bequest of Mrs. Sanford. Formerly housed In the Connecticut His- 
torical Society collections. 

Microfilm copy (negative) 

MS 62-553 rev 
Macgffl, Charles. 

Papers, 1793-1906. 

1032 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

an, ^^ffirUK £SS«* Correspondence 
(1847), MacgiSsVrSeS. ^J^JSn^tZSif"? 

Acquired, 1944. 

p„_. _ .„ MS 62-554 

rerunan Expeditions, 191%-1915. 

Kecords, 1909-17. 

30,000 items. 

In Tale University Library 

B^^rP* "sswrassur risi^vl 

orologiste in Peru; correspondence with Sir Slnte^r^^ 
Sfjt d 'Pl»?'»be correspondence with Peruvian envoys fa the 
United States^ the Dept of State, the White House, ArthurTwinuw 
Hadley, president of Yale, and Augusto B. IrfgutoTpresident ofPe^ 

Unpublished register in the library. ^nauaent oi reru. 

Information on Uterary rights available In the library. 

Gift of Hiram Bingham. 1932. ' 

Seligman, Edwin Robert Anderson, 1861-1939 
Papers, 1741-1939. 
53 v., 32 boxes, and 153 files. 
In Columbia University Libraries. 
In part, transcripts. 
Economist. Personal and professional correspondence and other 

&Sm\n a S, e c I ? 8 d Pe ?^ tati ? 8 *° ? e hlstory o^^lcTcolfeL ^ 
S^S?" . to ? nd A let ?* s . from tamoUB economists; correspondence! 
payrons, and other business papers (178^-1815) of Richard Arfc 

Z^^-^ Jr " J and Samuel OKto"^. wtton manufacturers; 
J^to F^,? 1 ?^ 1 " 5 S ° me £a,M ? papera < 18 « - 80 ) <" the ecnnonSt 
T^SLS^S 8 «f n li «"espo°"e"ce. family, and business papers 
(1819-69) of the English chartist and author Ernest Jones- and 
copies of letters and documents (1741-45) by William Shirley Royal 
Governor of Massachusetts, chiefly addressed to the Board of Trade 

ID XiODQOIl. 

MS 62-556 
Gorrell, Ralph, 1803-1875. 

Papers, 1797-1874. 
1475 Items. 

lectton^aSo 8 ) 1 * 7 ** N<>rtk OaT0Vm Utoxzy, Southern Historical Col- 

fJ^Sil"^ 1 ^^- *2 d Stat * ><*fcl«tor, of Greensboro, N. C. 
CorrespOTdence, deeds, and other papers, chiefly concerned with 
Gorrell's legal practice, but Including material pertaUtfngtoi huTnv 
S^SASS* 1 , 08 ^U" £??» ^ niin * merSShrSiSnTaM 
Sh^fr^"^^ 1 *??^? P«»inent North CarolinlanTabMt 
public affairs ; and family letters. 

Unpublished, Indexed description in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Henry Farias, 1948 ; purchase, 1959. 

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Mitchell, Samuel Chiles, 1864-1948. 

Papers, 1915-48. 

4ft. 

la University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical 
Collection (1003) 

Professor and college president Correspondence, articles, and an 
autobiography of Mitchell, while serving as president of Delaware 
College (1914-20) and professor of history at the University of 
Richmond (1920-15) Includes letters from Mitchell's family, his 
professional colleagues and former students, Virginia Congressmen, 
labor leaders, and Southern newspaper editors, reflecting Mitchell's 
Interest In education, interracial relations, religious activities, labor 
relations and unionization in the South, the New Deal, and other 
social and political Issues. 

Unpublished, Indexed description in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Mitchell and of his sons, 1845-60. 

MS 62-558 

Madison, James, Pres. U. &, 1751-1836. 
Papers, 1768-1866. 
158 items. 

In University of Virginia library (2968) 

Correspondence; draft of Madison's second Inaugural address; 
"Substance of a conversation held by James Madison, Jr, with Col. 
Beckwlth [concerning arming of Northwest Indiansi at the desire of 
Mr, Jefferson'' ; Mr. Story's opinion of the Embargo; letter to Madi- 
son from M. J. Jones, with a notation by Thomas Jefferson; and 
other papers relating to Montpelter and Its Inhabitants, Madison's 
opinions on money, nullification, the convention with France con- 
cerning shipping, British naval usages and Impressment, and An- 
drew Jackson's part In the War of 1812. Personal and business 
correspondence of Dolly Madison, c on cerning the disposal of Madi- 
son's estate, the sale of Montpelter, and the use of the Madison 
papers. Includes deeds of gift. Indentures, several versions of Mrs. 
Madison's will, lists of books and paintings at Montpelter, resolution 
of the House of Representatives concerning Mrs. Madison, papers 
relating to her estate, letters and documents of her son John Payne 
Todd, mostly relating to gifts from his mother, her wills, and the 
settlement of her estate; and letters (1857-66) from William Cabell 
Elves to J. C. McOulre pertaining to Madison's papers and biography. 
Madison's correspondents Include James Barbour, John Barnes, John 
H. Cocke, George Dallas. Joseph Delaplalne, Lyman Draper, William 
Duane, Ferdlnando Fairfax, John Forbes, Augustus John Foster, 
Alexander Hamilton, Jr, William Jarvls, William Jones, Bobert 
Livingston, James Madison, Sr„ John Mason, James Monroe, John 
Randolph of Roanoke, Elijah Russell, Thomas Ritchie, Fulwar Sktp- 
wlth, H. Taylor, David Triplert, and Isaac Winston. Mrs. Madison's 
correspondents Include Augustus, Count of Wurttemberg, Mary 
Begot, Robert Brent, John Campbell, M. K. Crittenden, Mrs. Albert 
Gallatin, James Honan, L de Kantzou, Thomas Law, Ann Maury, 
Anne Mifflin, Thomas Ritchie, Mrs. William Cabell Rives, Mrs. Win- 
field Scott, and William Tudor. 
Purchased. 

MS 62-559 
Huntington, Daniel 3 W 1879- collector. 

Huntington collection, 1800-1961. 
200 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 
In part, transcripts. 

Correspondence to the Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society pertain- 
ing to Arizona history, and other material relating to Edward Fitz- 
gerald Beale, Thomas Boyle, Adna R. OhsftV». John Hays Hammond, 
Leonard Wood, The Lost Dutchman Mine, railroads, stagecoaches, and 
territorial fairs. 

MS 62-560 

Smith, John, 1725-1776. 

Papers, 1724-1923. 

6ft. 

In University of Virginia Library (2027) 

Correspondence, account books, ledger (1755-56), plantation rec- 
ords, and legal and other papers (chiefly 1740-1880), of Smith, of his 
son, Ralph Smith, and of George Clement, all associated with the 
Pocket Plantation on the Staunton (upper Roanoke) River, Pittsyl- 
vania Co, Va. Much of the collection concerns tobacco and hemp cul- 
ture and trade, iron manufacturing, and dealings with Scotch mer- 
chants. Includes legal papers relating to Albemarle Co., Va.; tables 
of money depredation. Army requisitions, and other Revolutionary 
records pertaining to Pittsylvania and Bedford Counties, Va.; and 
material relating to the estate of Peter Jefferson, Braddock's defeat, 
Virginia w^Htia, land surveys, slaves, Ralph Smith's estate, doctors' 
accounts, the gold rush of 1849, and the Civil War. Persons and 
firms mentioned include Alexander Banks, Alexander Burner, Archi- 
bald Byrne, Samuel Calland & Co, James Callaway, Callaway & Trent, 
Stella (Smith) Clement, Robert Cowan, Bobert Dinwlddie, John 
Hook, Harry Innes, James Lyle, R. Orme, David Boss, John Ross, 
Alexander Spiers, Alexander Stewart, John Ward, and George Wash- 
ington. 

Described in the Annual report of the archivist. University of Vir- 
ginia Library, 1944-45, p. 85-36. 

Purchased, 1944-50. 

MS 62-561 



Rankin, Anne (Porterfield) 1869-1942. 

Papers. 1887-1941. 

ca. 3 ft. (2000 items) 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Editor and newspaper woman. Correspondence, literary MSS., 
galley proofs, clippings, notebooks, scrapbooks, checks, invitations, 
and memorabilia Bulk of the material falls within the period 1910- 
30. Correspondence Is primarily concerned with the Southern womans 
magazine of which Mrs. Rankin was the editor 1908-20, and with the 
war effort of World War i. Includes letters to Nashville newspapers 
from a unit commanded by Bruce Douglas, Mrs. Rankin's son-in-law, 
of the 113th Machine Gun Battalion ; and material on the Episcopal 
Church, patriotism, the Southern way of life, the Civil War, famous 
people, women's rights, and poetry. 

Unpub'isned register in the library. 

Gift of the Joint University Library and Mrs. John Trotwood 
Moore. 

MS 62-562 



Cocke, Philip St. George, 1809-1861. 

Papers, 1829-71. 

3ft 

In University of Virginia Library (2280, 2433, and 3272) 

Agriculturist and Confederate officer. Correspondence, accounts, 
Inventories, slave lists, military dispatch and order books (April-July, 
1861), special and general orders, and other papers. The bulk of the 
material concerns Cocke's Civil War career and Confederate military 
operations, particularly at Manassas (July 1861) Other material per- 
tains to the James River and Kanawha Canal Co., the American Sun- 
day-School Union, the Virginia State Agricultural Society, Kentucky 
lands, stock market reports of New Orleans and Mobile, Ala. (1855- 
56) , salt works at Saltvllle, Va., White Sulphur Springs Hotel, and the 
establishment of an agricultural college near the University of Vir- 
ginia. Includes letters (1852-61) to Cocke's son, John Bowdoin Cocke. 
Other correspondents and persons mentioned Include P. G. T. Beaure- 
gard, J. B. Cocke, Jubal A. Early, William H. Fry, Robert Selden 
Garnett, Robert E. Lee, Jeremiah Morton, and others. The material 
is related to the library's John Hartwell Cocke papers. 

MS 62-563 



Eastburn, Samuel C 

Papers, 1690-1930. 

ca. 2 ft. (225 items) 

In Bucks County Historical Society Library (Doylestown, Pa.) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Business man, historian, and civic leader of Langborne, Pa Gene- 
alogy and family papers ; copies of legal and estate papers ; historical 
sketches and notes on the early history of Pennsylvania, Bucks County, 
and Langborne (formerly Attleborough) ; essays, poems, and articles; 
records (1913-28) of the Washington Crossing Park Commission, of 
which Eastburn was historian, comprising correspondence, reports, 
and notes; a historical sketch of Langborne and Middletown Friends 
Meeting, and extracts (1683-1822) from the minutes of Falls Monthly 
Meeting; and historical sketches of the Growden family of Bensalem, 
and of Trevose *!«««»!«_ the Growden estate. The legal and estate 
papers include a letter book (1785-96) of William Craig and Thomas 
Jenks, attorneys for the American estate of Grace Galloway of Lon- 
don, containing accounts, and copies of wills of Grace Growden, Law- 
rence Growden, and Jeremiah Langhorne; a copy of the will (1690) 
of Richard Thatcher ; and a certificate of appointment (1697) of the 
administrators of Thatcher's estate. 

Card catalog In the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gift 

MS 62-564 

Lejeune, John Archer, 1867-1942. 

Papers, 1882-1942. 

10 ft (ca. 5500 Items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, 

Marine Corps officer and educator. Correspondence, memoranda, 
military orders, articles, and speeches, concerning Lejeune's educa- 
tion and career; Marine operations In Panama, Cuba, Mexico, Haiti 
and Nicaraugua; Senate Inquiries involving the Marine Corps In 
1935; the operations of the 2d Division AEF which Lejeune com- 
manded in France and Germany, 1918-19; Lejeune's association with 
various educational, veterans', religious and other organizations, 
mainly during his superlntendance of the Virginia Military Institute, 
1929-37; and the publication In 1930 of his autobiography. Remi- 
niscences of a marine. Also Includes ca. 960 letters (1882-1931) of 
Lejeune to his Bister Augustine Lejeune. The correspondence Is 
most complete for 1929-S7. Important correspondents Include Smed- 
ley Darlington Butler, Josephus Daniels, Jran Henry Russell, and 
Littleton W. T. Waller. 

Unpublished finding aid In the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Eugenia and Laura Lejenne, 196X 

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Farnsworth, Moses. 

Papers, 1821-89. 
64 items. 

In West Virginia University Library (751, 771) 
Justice of the peace of Troy District, Gilmer Co, W. Ta. Corre- 
spondence, receipts, and miscellaneoos papers. ^^ 
Gift of Miss Bonny Farnsworth, 1955.^^ 

MS 62-566 



Holcomb, George, 1791-1866. 
Papers, 1805-98. 
7ft 

In New York State library 

l^er. of Rensselaer Co., N. Y. letters to Holcomb and the Hol- 
comb family along with diaries mentioning community and area 
©vents. 

Gifts of Mildred Holcomb, 1911; and of Frank Thomas, 1842. 

MS 62-567 



Seymour, Horatio, 1810-1886. 

Papers, 1764-1886. 

24 ft. and 24 t. 

In New York State library. 

Governor of New York. Chiefly Seymour's pooUc papers, lnerod- 
lng correspondence dealing with personal and^x$rtoa^&iraTa£ 
SESJSS* "o*^^. telegraph lSoks. canal s^Ptaolcs7?Stical 

TESSSbEL speeclWB - ****** accomt ""^ «**» ■•* 

Descriptive list and card Index In the library. 
Purchase, 1823. u»uBwiy. 

MS62-668 



WiDtins, Ernest Hatch, 1880- 
Correspondence. ca. 1942-46. 
8 drawers. 

In Oberlln College Library. 

Professor and president of Oberlln College. Correspondence -with 
Oberlin students in service during World War n. 
Card index in the library. 

MS 62-560 



Wool, John Ellis, 1784-1869. 

Papers, ca. 1800-70. 

IT ft 

In New York State Library, 
-.o,^"^ 'Xp**: Chiefly official correspondence during the War of 
i? 1 * iS e Me^'can War, the Pacific command, Indian wars, and the 
Civil War, together with family correspondence and newspaper cup- 
pings containing biographical material. 

Purchase, 1963. 

MS 62-570 



McCIean, William Archibald, 1864- 
Paper?, 19th cent, 
ca-lft. 

In Adams County Historical Society collections (Gettysburg, Pa.) 
Attorney, of Gettysburg, Pa. w ^ ' 

MS 62-571 



Kulp family. 

Papers, 1778-1889. 

165 Items. 

InBucks County Historical Society Library (Doylestown. Pa.) 

Bedroinster Township in Bucks County, docket records (1796-87), 
mercantile accounts (1794-1818), accounts (1781-1816), and estate 
papers of Daniel Altnouse. 

Card catalog in the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gift. 

MS 62-572 



Briggs family. 

Papers, 1820-1935. 

ca. 500 items. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 

Family correspondence (1820-60), letters to Catherine E. Briggs 
from her students and friends in France (1818-85), dippings from 
Los Angeles newspapers (ca. 1925), printed matter, photos- and In- 
signia from World War i. 

Gift of Catherine E. Briggs. 

MS 62-573 

Mittspangh, Jesse Fonda, 1855-1919. 
Papers, 1879-1937. 

ca. 200 items. 

In University of California at Los Angatag Library. 

Educator. Correspondence, speeches, articles, dippings, personal 
papers, and material about MlUspaugh. The bulk of the papers falls 
within the period 1904-17, when MlUspaugh was president of the 
Los Angeles State Normal School. "™^ ™ 

Gift of Mrs. MlUspaugh, 18BS. 

MS 62-574 
Berry, Virgfl. 

Papers, 1890-1953. 

54 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Physician. MS. entitled Experiences of a pioneer doctor In Indian 
Territory, newspaper clippings of Berry's column In the Okmulgee 
dally tunes, certificates, diplomas, other papers, and medical photos. 

MS 62-575 
American Association of Un i v er s i ty Professors. 

Records, 1928-58. 

Sft. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

Correspondence, reports, financial records, resolutions, bylaws, 
bulletins, and other papers. Includes correspondence, clippings and 
business papers relating to the AAUP Regional Conference (1831) 
held In Norman, Okla. ; correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, 
officers, and membership lists of the Norman chapter of AAUP (1828- 
86) ; and several flies on academic freedom and tenure. 

MS 62-576 
Adams, Ramon Frederick, 1889- 

Papers, 1948-55. 

276 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Author. Correspondence relating to the research, wrtUnz and 
publishing of Adam's book Come an' get «, together with a MS. of 
this book. 

„_ MS62-577 

Friends, Society of (Free Quaker*) 

Archives. 

ca.2ft 

In American Philosophical Society Library. 

Gift of the Free Quaker Society, 1957. 

Harrison, Benjamin, Pre*. V. S n 1833-1901. 
Letters, 1886-1900. 
40 items. 

In West Virginia University Library (157) 
Transcripts (typewritten) 
Letters to Stephen B. Elklns. 
Gift of A. T. VoIwUer, 1849. 

„, MS 62-679 

Wiley, Samuel T 

Papers, 1821-98. 

48 items. 

In West Virginia University Library (785) 

Author. Lectures, speeches, historical articles, newspapers, dip- 
pings, a periodical piece on Preston County In the Civil War an 
autograph book, and information on Monongahela College at Jefter- 

Glft of Miss Sara Leosa WUey, 1955. 

MS62-580 
Herbert, Thomas, d. 1728. 

Papers, 1674-1799. 

1376 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Personal and professional papers of Thomas Herbert, English mer- 
chant-factor and bailiff tn Northamptonshire, and his son Edmund 
Herbert, member of Grays Inn from 1715-69 and assistant paymaster 
to the Marines under Hanbury WUIIams and John Sehvyn. 

Report on the collection in the library. 

Purchased from H. M Fletcher, 1955. 

MS 62-581 



MS 62-578 



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McCormick, Chauncey, 1884-1954. 
Papers. 
3396 items. 

In Newberry Library (Chicago) 

Business executive. Letters, clippings, pictures, and memorabilia. 

MS 62-582 

Cram, Ralph Warren, 1869- 
Papers. 
202 items. 

In Newberry Library (Chicago) 
Letters, clippings, telegram, and photos. 

MS 62-583 

Detroit United Railway. 

Records, 1848-1934. 

ca. 700 items and 113 v. 

In University of Michigan Transportation Library. 

Correspondence, accounts, agreements, minutes, surveys, studies, 
statistics on vehicle performance, stock certificates, and printed mat- 
ter, comprising records of the company, together with records of its 
constituent companies and their predecessors, its branches and sub- 
sidiaries. Includes records of plank road companies. 

Described in Michigan Historical Records Survey's Guide to manu- 
script collections in Michigan, v. 2 (1942) p. 69-72. 

Gift of Great Lakes Greyhound Lines, 1941. 

MS 62-584 

Abraham, Lot, i. 1838. 
Papers. 
3 boxes. 

In Iowa State Dspt of History and Archives collections. 
Farmer, soldier, and legislator. Correspondence (1862-65), muster 
rolls, special orders, and other Civil War papers, reflecting Abraham's 
service in Company D of the 4th Regiment of Iowa Cavalry* 
Gift of Mr. Abraham, 1817. 

MS62-585 
Henderson family. 

Hendereon-Wertmuller papers, 1779-1822. 
ca. ISO items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
Miscellaneous correspondence, accounts, and documents relating to 
the settlement of the estates of John Henderson and Elizabeth Wert- 
mUller; data on labor costs and commodity prices; correspondence of 
Lydia Henderson and John Nicholson (1790-95) ; list of the subscrib- 
ers for the purchase of an organ for St Paul's Church, 1783. 
Presented by Charles Henry Hart. 

MS 62-586 
Ray, Charles Henry. 
Papers, 1826-1904. 
437 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif.) 
Physician and Journalist Correspondence and other papers. In- 
cludes a few family letters. 
Catalog cards in the library. 
Acquired from Dr. Ray's heirs, 194S and 1964. 

MS 62-587 
Los Angeles Co, Calif. 
Records, 1823-50. 
ca. 900 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library ( San Marino, Calif.) 
Archives of the Prefecture of Los Angeles containing a great variety 
of documents recorded in that office during the Mexican period. 
Index in the library. 
Lent by the Los Angeles Co. Recorder's Office, 1938. 

MS 62-588 
Motion Picture Patents Company, et aL, defendant*. 
Records, 1911-15. 
2ft 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 
Briefs and other legal records, newspaper clippings, and related 
printed matter in connection with the case of the U. S. vs. Motion Pic- 
ture Patents Co., et aL, from the law firm of Caldwell, MassUch & 
Reed, New York, who represented the major defendants In this case. 
Gift of Daniel V. Raymond through Kenneth B. Rohrer, 1959. 

MS 62-589 
Clinton, De Witt, 1769-1828. 
Papers, 1785-1828. 
ca- 3400 items. 

Io Columbia University Libraries. 

Statesman. Correspondence, speeches, public papers, poems, and 
miscellaneous papers. 

Catalog of the collection In the library. 
Gift of William Schermerhorn, 1902. 

MS 62-590 



Middlebrook, Jonathan. 

Papers, 1782-1831. 
ca. 56 items. 

In Wilton (Conn.) Historical Society collections. 
Selectman of Wilton, Conn. Mainly town lists. 
Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 
Gift of Mrs. Sara Comstock Williams and Mrs. Margery Comgteek 
Scbileher. 

MS 62-591 

Sett, Andrew, 1757-1847. 
Receipts, 1788-1847. 
ca. 275 items. 
In University of Kansas City Library, Snyder Collection of Amert- 



Surveyor, of Philadelphia. New York, and Perth Amboy, N. J. Re- 
ceipts, bills, and promissory notes. 

MS 62-592 
Kansas City, Mo. University. Library. 

English receipts and bills, 1783-1891. 

ca. M0 Items. 

In University of Kansas City Library, Snyder Collection of Ameri- 
cana. 

English bills and receipts for coal, food, drink, furniture moving, 
and custom-made coffins, together with hotel bills, bank checks, and 
other papers. Four items give budget or cost per day and per year for 
"George R" (probably George m) for "Charge of His Majesty's Gar- 
risons.'' Includes ca. 20 French bank checks and bills for perfume, 
travel, and hotels, and several German hills. 

MS 62-593 
Tichenor, Bryan Ward, 1862 1- 
Correspondence, 1887-96. 
1 tox- 
in University of Arizona Library. 

Lawyer and court reporter of the First Judicial District, Arizona 
Territory. Personal and professional correspondence. 

MS62-594 
Herbert, Sidney Herbert, baron, 1810-186L 
Correspondence, 1849. 
ca. 110 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif/) 
British statesman. Letters addressed to Herbert regarding his 
Proposals for the better application of cathedral Institutions to their 
intended use: In a letter to the Dean of Salisbury (1848) 
Acquired from Dawson's Book Shop, 1952. 

MS 62-595 
Butler-Burke, Vivian. 

Papers, ca. 1920. 

ca. 1735 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Notes and papers on Gaelic mythology. 

Acquired from Ella Young, 1951. 

MS62-596 
Ransom, Charles Sutherland, collector. 

Ransom collection, 1776-1855. 

ca. 5 ft ( ca. 515 Items) 

In New York State Library. 

Correspondence, business and legal papers of John Tayler (Lieut. 
Governor of New York and chancellor of the Board of Regents of 
the University of the State of New York), Charles Cooper and John 
Tayler Cooper, dealing chiefly with land ; and miscellaneous papers 
of James Caldwell, Peter Seton Henry, and John T. L. Pruyn. 

Purchase, 1926. 

MS62-597 
Piatt, Zephaniah, 1735-1803. 
Papers, 1774-1807. 
ca. 200 items. 

In New York State Library. 

Lawyer, Judge, member of the New York Provincial Congress, and 
delegate to the Constitutional Convention. Correspondence, agree- 
ments, and other papers concerning land operations In the Lake 
Champlaln area and In Plattsburgh, Pougbkeepsie, Charlestown, and 
Crown Point, N. X. 
Purchase. 1919. 

MS 62-598 
Ottawa County (Kan.) Historical Society. 
Materials on Ottawa County history, 
ca- 230 items. 

In Ottawa County Historical Society collections (Minneapolis, 
Kan.) 

Clippings, personal reminiscences by residents of Ottawa County, 
tape recordings, and pictures, covering pioneer days and later events 
In the County. 

MS 62-599 



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Friedrich, Julius August, 1862-1958. 

Papers, 1884-1958. 

ca. 100 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

In part, transcripts. 
-,«A n< ? eran d^SJroan. Reminiscences, transcript of an interview in 
M55, diplomas, and other papers, on Friedrich's early life and work 
? ^^^-^ association with leading figures of the Missouri 
synod, 1880-1800, and his impressions of the faculty of Concordia 
Theological Seminary, St Louis. The material is related to the 
repository's Obermeyer, Schick, and E. W. A. Sihler collections. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository 

Information on literary rights available in the repository' 

Gift of Mr. Friedrich, 1S55. 

MS 62-600 

Pfotenhauer, Frederick, 1859-1939. 

Papers, 1843-1942. 

ca. 3 ft (ca. 600 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

Lutheran clergyman and church official. Correspondence, sermons 
(bulking largest 1887-1905), articles, clippings, and pictures. In- 
cludes a large correspondence (1925-38) with his children. Most of 
tiie material is in German. The material is related to the repository's 
Br&uer, Fieper, and Walther collections. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gifts of V. Bartling, F. Hertrig, and M_ Hertrig, 1959-60. 

D * „ ™_ t . . MS 62-601 

Reformed Church m America. General Synod. 

Eecords of member churches, 1719-1957. 

38ft. 

In New Brunswick (N. J.) Theological Seminary Library. 

In part, transcripts. 

Records of 73 local Reformed churches, 53 of which were in New 
Tork (including 32 in New York City), 14 in New Jersey, 3 in Phila- 
delphia, 1 in Kampen, M<L, 1 In Wilhelmlna, M<L, and 1 in Colony 
Okla. A large percentage of these churches have now gone out of 
existence. Includes consistory minutes, minutes of boards of trustees, 
elders' minutes, treasurers' accounts, church histories, records of 
membership, baptisms, marriages, and deaths, ^"i-inl subscription 
records, records of pew holders, records of church and Sunday School 
organizations, and clippings and photos. A small amount of material 
is in Dutch or German. 

Unpublished guide and index in the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Deposit 

MS 62-602 
Jones, Charles, 1820-1892. 
Papers, 1842-92-? 

2v. 

In Wilton (Conn.) Historical Society coUectlona 

Teacher, lawyer, and State legislator of Connecticut Letters from 
Jones to his mother and others, and a short biography written by 
Jones' grandson, Charles Ogdea. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

■_> „ MS62-603 

Muter County Institute, Spring Garden, Mo. 
Eecords, 1884-94. 

2v. 

In University of Missouri Library. Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

Accounts and other records of a preparatory school. Includes a list 
of students paying literary tuition, a bill for repairs on the school 
house, and amounts due for tuition and diplomas. 

MS 62-604 
Jophn Consolidated Mining Company, JopUn, Mo 
Eecords, 1887-1928. 
2v. 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

Articles of incorporation, minutes of meetings, records of pur- 
chases, sales, expenses, and payments to miners, announcements of 
stockholders' meetings, an affidavit of dissolution (Oct 1928) and 
other records of a lead and zinc mine. 

Deposited by George A. Wadlelgh and Vlrgfl Board. 

_ MS 62-605 

Katy C Mining Company, JopUn, Mo. 

Eecords, 1900-06. 

2 v. 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

Articles of association, bylaws, minutes of the meetings of direc- 
tors, accounts of sales, production, expense and operation, dividends 
and royalties paid, accounts with the JopUn Miner's Bank, err shares 
of stock, and other records of a lead and zinc mine. 

Deposited by George A. Wadlelgh. 

MS 62-606 



Columbia, Mo. Bible College of- Missouri. 

Eecords, 1928-34. 
7 folders. 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

Reports of the treasurer and the dean to the Board of Trustees. 
Gift of F. F. Stephens. 

MS62-W7 

New York. Gallery of Fine Arts. 

Eecords, 1844-58. 

2v. 

In New Tork Historical Society collections. 

Subscription book (1844-45) and bylaws and catalog (1858) 

MS 62-608 

Missouri. University. Board Club. 

Eecords, 1886-96. 
2v. 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

Constitution, bylaws, amendments, list of offices and duties of offi- 
cers, and record of cash receipts of a dub formed by students who 
wished to economize on food expenditures. 

MS 62-609 

Ashland Garden Club, Ashland, Va. 
Eecords, 1922-60. 
ca. 100 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, accounts, minutes of members' meetings, and pro- 
grams. 

Deposited by the Ashland Garden Club, 186L 

MS 62-610 

Jennings, John Melville. 

Correspondence, 1955-59. 

ca. 250 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 
m«J J !JJ"5"\ * ,S? m,0 .£!L Correspondence relating to the publlca- 
oy^EaflGreg^iwemTl^ ^^^ ^^ "-»**--- 

Gift of Mr. Jennings, 1961 

MS 62-611 

Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates 

Abstracts of journal, 1776-86. 
2v. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections 

TraDscriptemade by the staff of the Virginia Historical Society 

Abstracts from the Journal of the Virginia House of Delet^ST^,, 

cerntog military service of Virginia sddTers (oS ^ mSSSl'S 

Acquired, ca. 1920. 

MS62-612 

HoDey, Myron, 1779-1841. 
Letters, 1799-1840. 
41 Items. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
Abolitionist 



Harrison, Benjamin, 1726 J-179L 
Letter book, 1787-89. 
l v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
Revolutionary statesman and Governor of Virginia. 



MS 62-613 



MS 62-614 



Thomas, Isaiah, 1749-183L 

Letters, 1780-99. 
48 items. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
Publisher and historian. Letters to Hudson and Goodwin, a firm 
of printers in Hartford, Conn. 

_ MS 62-615 

Dexter, Henry Martyn, 1821-1890. 

Correspondence, 1860-72. 

40 items. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Congregational minister, of Massachusetts. Letters written to 
Dexter. 

MS 62-616. 



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Comstock family. 

Papers, 1784-1883. 
90 items 

In Wilton (Goon.) Historical Society collections. 
Mainly deeds, together with notes, bills, and other papers. 
Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 
Gift of Mrs. Sara Comstock Williams and Mrs. Margery Comstock 
SchUcher. 

MS 62-617 



Olmstead, Hawley, 1793-1868. 
Papers, 1830-52. 
ca. 100 items. 

In Wilton (Conn.) Historical Society collections. 
Mainly promissory notes. 
Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

MS 62-618 

Wilton Historical Society. 

Historical papers by members of the society, ca. 1930- 

75 items. 

In WUton (Conn.) Historical Society collections. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

MS 62-619 



Betts family. 

Business papers, 1794-1841. 

9 y. 

In Wilton (Conn.) Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts from originals in Harvard University, Baker 
library. 

Accounts, ledgers, and daybooks of Daniel Betts, Jr., tavemer, 
cooper, and leather dealer, Lewis Betts, Asahel R. Betts, and Betts 
and Raymond, general store. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

MS 62-620 



Scott, Samuel, 1795-1861. 

Business papers, 1822-62. 
3 v. 

In Wilton (Conn.) Historical Society collections. 

Justice of the peace, selectman, farmer, and fresco painter. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

MS 62-621 



Cole, Sherman, 1804-1879. 
Accounts, 1833-39. 
3 v. . 

In Wilton (Conn.) Historical Society collections. 
Carriage maker of WUton, Conn. Daybooks. 
Open to Investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

MS 62-622 

Osgood, Samuel, 1748-1813. 
Papers, 1775-1812. 



lv. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
Revolutionary Army officer and legislator, 
papers relating ™»iwiy to finance. 



Correspondence and 
MS62-623 



New York Historical Society. 

Massing of the colors papers, 1924- 
ca. 60 v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence and other papers relating to tiie «*"»««"' massing 
of the colors In New York City. 

MS 62-624 

Abelson, Paul, 1878-1958. 

Papers. 

75 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Personal papers of Abelson, who was a mediator In the clothing, 
for, paper, and hosiery industries and a lecturer at Columbia Univer- 
sity aiid the Jewish Theological Seminary. 

MS 62-625 



Beal, Edwin Fletcher. 

Papers, 1945-51. 

3 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Papers and pamphlets collected by Beal for his dissertation on 
Origins of co-determination in Western Germany, and papers col- 
lected for a study of manpower policy in Western Germany. 

MS 62-626 rer 

Brooks, EarL 

Papers, 1950. 

1 box. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Questionnaires and working papers of the attitude survey made 
for F. C. Huyck and Sons, Rensselaer, N. Y. 

MS 62-627 

Congress of Industrial Organizations. Industrial Union 
Councils. Buffalo. 

Records, 1937-58. 
7 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Tt»i«fonB col- 
lections. 

MS 62-628 

Consumers' League of New York. 

Records. 

5 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Papers of an organization formed to promote fair labor standards 
through minimum wage legislation and publicity about sub-standard 
labor conditions. 

MS 62-629 

Cornell University. New York State School of Industrial 
and Labor Relations. 
Term papers, 1947- 

2 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

A collection of the better term papers written by students in labor 
union history and collective bargaining. 

MS 62-630 



Emerson, Lynn Arthur, 1890- 
Papers, 1937-38. 
l box. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Halations col- 
lections. 

Reports and programs relating to the National Youth Administra- 
tion. 

MS 62^-631 



Hay, Edward Northrop. 



9 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Personal papers of Hay, who was editor of the Personnel Journal 
and president of Edward N. Hay Associates, a management consult- 
ing firm. 

MS 62-632 



Mason, Myra (Peters) 

Letters, 1824-29. 
lv. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
Transcripts. 

Letters from Mifhi pm and Ohio to Mrs. 
Peters, in New York. 



Norris, Matthew. 

Receipts, 1734-40. 

47 items. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Army officer. 



s sister, Mary 
MS 62-633 



MS 62-634 



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Harvey, John V 

Papers, 1819-21. 
49 items. 

In New York Historical Society collections, 
letters, bills, and receipts of a resident of 
N.Y. 



Onondaga Co., 
MS 62-635 



Helfgott, Simon, 1894- 

Papers. 

2 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations collec- 
tions. 

Personal papers of Helfgott, a vice president and organizer of the 
Insurance Workers of America. 

MS 62-636 

Andrews, Byron, 1862-1910, collector. 

Papers, 1657-190L 

Ibox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Miscellaneous autograph signatures and historical documents col- 
lected by Andrews, and a few letters received by him while nnbllsher 
of the Washington National tribune. 

MS 62-637 

Kemp, Nellie. 

Papers, 1900-50. 
50 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Correspondence, US. entitled History of Miami Copper Company, 

broadsides, including the Repeal of the 18th Amendment, and photos. 

MS62-638 

Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino. 
Oalif. ' 

Mormon file, ca. 1815-1948. 
ca. 750 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Correspondence, diaries, reminiscences, biographical sketches, 
family histories, and miscellaneous papers relating to Mormons. 
Inventory of the collection in the library. 
Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-639 

Lewis, Lawrence, 1767-1839. 
Letters, 1800-37. 



MS 62-640 



In New York Historical Society collections. 
Soldier and nephew of George Washington. 



Barrell, Theodore. 

Letter book, 1790-1802. 

1 v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Business and personal letters written In Guiana. 



Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874. 
Letters, 1834-74. 
45 items. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
Reformer. 



Betts, William, 1802-1884. 

Miscellaneous papers, 1815-79. 

41 Items. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer. 



MS 62-641 



MS 62-642 



MS 62-643 



Atanon, John, 1737-1805. 
Papers, ca, 1770-1805. 
2 v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
British journalist and bookseller. Letters and memoranda by 
Almon and his contemporaries. 

MS62-644 



Burlington Ca*-JV. J. Oommisaioneri of the Loan Office. 

Records, 1776-98. i" 

6 v. 

In New Jersey Historical Society collections. 

Bonds, accounts, and records of loans made by, and payments 



made to, the Loan Office. 



Ij 



MS 62-645 



Lane, Joseph, 1801-1881. v /' 

Papers, 1852-Sl. ■ 

23 items and 4 v. ^ 

In University of Oregon Library. 

In part, transcripts of originals In the University of Indiana 
Library. 

Territorial Governor, and U. S. Senator from Oregon. Corre- 
spondence, & diary (1872-31), drafts of a biography of Lane by Nina 
Lane Faubion, photos^ and other papers. 

MS 62-646 

Haupt, Herman, 1817-1905. 

Letter book, 1852. 

l v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Engineer. Letter press copies of Hauprs letters, written during 
his employment as chief engineer of the Georgia, Mississippi and 
Southern Railroad. The letters relate to his managerial activities 
and contribute information on the growth and extension of transpor- 
tation facilities in the South. 

Purchase, 1813. 

MS 62-647 

Nowell, Frances, collector. 

Colombia, Mo. real estate data, 1899-1927. 

48 Items. 

In University of Missouri library. Western Historical Manu- 
scripts Collection. 

Plats and descriptive material pertaining to new additions for 
sale, including the Garth addition (1899), the -Guitar addition (1808) 
and the Westwood addition (1910) ; a nimnrt.i report (1904-06) of 
the Water and Light Co. ; and a picture of John Belcher's store in the 
1880's. 

Gift of Miss Nowell. 

MS 62-648 

Hough, Emerson, 1857-1923. 

Papers, 1862-1923. 

ca. 10 items and 131 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Author. Business and personal correspondence; MSS. of Hough's 
North of 36, The covered wagon, and other stories; reminiscences, 
clippings, certificates and diplomas, photos; and moving picture films. 
Including pictures of Hough directing. 

Finding aid In the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Hough, 1921-23. 

MS62-649 

Hutching, C B 

Scrapbook. 
1 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
Scrapbook of correspondence, news clippings, other papers, and 
photos. 

Gift of Harold D. Hutchlns, 193L 

MS62-650 

Iowa Commission for Russian Famine Relief. 

Records, 1892. 
ca. 500 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
Correspondence and other records of the secretary, Benjamin F. 
Tlllinghast. 

MS 62-651 

Iowa. State Dept. of History and Archives. 

Dubuque club records. 

5 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Includes 4 volumes of records of the Dubuque Conversational Club ; 
and a volume of extracts of secretaries' reports and other records of 
the Reading Club (organized 1859), the Tuesday Evening Club 
(organized 1869?), and the Conversational Club (organized 1895?) 

Gifts of Mrs. C. P. Rose, 1926; and of Mary Newcomb Adams. 

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Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. Presbyteries. Dee 
Moines. 
Records, 1851-1933. 
13 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
Includes minutes. 

In part, gift of Xbeo. Homing, 19SS, and William Hack, 1943. 
Other records acquired 1907. 

MS 63-653 

Boadinot, Elias Cornelius, 1835-1890. 
Papers, 1855-94. 
5ft 

In University, of Oklahoma Library. 

Confederate Army officer, Cherokee delegate to the Confederate 
Congress, and lawyer. Personal correspondence and other papers. 
Includes correspondence of the Boudlnot family. 

MS 62-654 

Boadinot, Elias, d. 1839. 

Papers, 1828-39. 
52 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Journalist and Cherokee leader. The material Is related to the 
library's Stand Watie collection. 

MS 62-655 

Boatman, Andrew K 1887- 

Papers, 1922-50. 

1ST items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer, and city and county official of Oklahoma. Political corre- 
spondence, campaign literature, clippings, printed and processed ma- 
terial, and legal papers. 

MS 62-656 

Bienfang, Ralph David, 1905- 
Papers, 1900-45. 

CS-Sft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Pharmacist and university professor. Notes relating to army phar- 
macy, sketchbooks and notes pertaining to plant and animal drugs, 
along with other papers regarding the role of pharmacy in military 
history. 

MS 62-657 

Lfflfgren, Peter Anders, 1847-1922. 
. Papers, 1847-1900. 
2 boxes. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 
Mormon bishop. Correspondence with the Arizona Pioneers' His- 
torical Society relating to Lofgren's family, and his autobiography. 

MS 62-658 

Allison, William Boyd, 1829-1908. 

Papers, 1825-1908. 

ca. 200,000 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

U. S. Representative and Senator from Iowa. Correspondence, 
financial and legal papers, news clippings, scrapbooks, printed mate- 
rial, and other papers, on administrative and political matters, chiefly 
relating to his service In the House, 1863-71, and the Senate, 1873- 
1908. Includes papers of the Allison Monument Commission. 

Finding aid in the repository. 

In large part, gift of the Allison estate, 1816. 

MS62-659 

American Library Association. War Service. 
Records, 1917-18. 



_ Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
Correspondence, bulletins, and other records. 



MS 62-660 



Barker, Noah. 
Papers. 
21 items and 1 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
Includes a Bed Cross letter book and other letters. 
Gift of Mr. Barker, 1818. 



Brown, Leonard, 1837-1914. 
Papers. 

7v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Author and educator. 

MS 62-662 



McLenagan, Lew. 

Papers, 1933-34. 

2 boxes. 

In New York State School of Labor and Industrial Relations 
collections. 

Personal papers of McLenagan who served on the Executive Board 
of the International Union of Mine, MUl and Smelter Workers and 
was an organizer for the union In western Montana, northern Utah 
and the Idaho Panhandle. 

MS 62-663 



Morris, James Oliver, 1923- 
Papers. 



MS 62-661 



In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Papers accumulated In writing Morris' thesis. The origins of the 
CIO (1854) 

MS 62-664 



Naas, Bernard 6 
Papers. 
3 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Papers collected by Naas and CanneUta S. Sakr In writing their 
book, American labor union periodicals, a guide to their location 
(1956) 

MS62-665 

Price, William S 

Papers. 

lbox. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Papers collected for Price's study. Prevailing wage rate deternuna- 
Ooa for municipal laborers In New York City (1960) 

MS 62-666 



Raimon, Robert Leonard, 1923- 
Papers. 
lbox. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Notes on a wage theory study. 

MS 62-667 

Standard, William L 

Papers, 1937-49. 

14 boxes. 

In New York State School of Labor and Industrial Relations col- 
lections. 

Personal papers and case material for the period when Standard 
was general counsel for the National Maritime Union. 

MS62-668 

Uhhnger, Charles. 

Papers. 

3 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Papers on the maritime Industry collected by Uhllnger in preparing 
his doctor's dissertation. The wages of American seamen, 1939-1962, 
for Fordham University and as a professor at the New York State 
Maritime College. 

MS 62-669 

Byrd, William L 

Papers, 1888-1902. 
112 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Governor of the Chickasaw Nation. Messages to the Chickasaw 
Legislature, and clippings pertaining to National Party affaire. 

MS 62-670 



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Campbell, J S m& _ 

Business records, 1889-1934. 

W It. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 

=»^S «JSSH ,££«£ 5SSST *" < * erat "* to ' *• 

MS 62-671 
Carter, Prank C 1864- 

Papers, 1910-54. 
65 items. 
In University of Oklahoma library. 

MS62-672 
Gate, Roscoe Simmons, collector. 

Papers relating to the Creek Indians, 1819-1937. 
In Diversity of Oklahoma Library 

other cffl(nals«mnectedMthloe^affalr&. iipoale "««. and 

MS 62-673 
Chinese Industrial Cooperatives. 

Records, 1938-48. 

48 ft. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

MS 62-674 
Speculation Land Company. 

Eecc-rds, 1796-1909. 
1300 items. 

leettattsre?''' ° f NOrth CaroUna Llbrar y. Southern Historical Col- 

tJZOiSlSFZZSyS? ^ Bapere ' and oUler «co«te relating to the 
formation and 1 transactions of the Speculation Land CtoofSfew York 

Burg, and Rutherford Comities, N. C ^^ 

Unpublished description In the library 
Deposited by Fred McBrayer and Mis. George W. Justice, 1952. 

MS 62-675 

Hawkeye Insurance Company, Dea Moines. 
Eecords, ca. 1865. 

1 V. 

mi?m State £"*t °* BlBt0T y ^ Archives collections. 
First tetter copybook of the Company. """""mis. 

Gift of Henry A. Howell, 1927. 

MS 62-676 
Cratty, Robert Irvm, 6. 1863. 
Papers. 

ca. 75 Items. 

£5aS. S SS£? ,t « ffl » t »ry and Archives collections. 

2^, *™ l "" M low * Geological Survey, v. 15 (ISM) p. 260- 

Gift of Mr. Cratty, 1911. 

„ „ MS 62-677 

Goddard, Ed. 

Civi] War papers. 

2 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History ana Archives collections. 

Button, Oande Webb. MS 62-678 

Papers, ca. 1903-ca, 1924. 



Gift of Bessie Button Mnrray, 1941. 



CaldweH Henry Clay, 1832-1915. 
Correspondence. 
40 items. 

?.2H? * S< i? te De! ?- ** Hfe'My and Archives collections. 

o^ia&ra^^bon?^- 1 ^ E5—.- 
Gift of Mrs. Guy C. Smith. 

MS 62-680 

Gift of A. H. Sttckford, 1948. ^^ 

MS 62-681 
Carpenter, Cyrus day, 1829-1898. 
Papers, 
ca. 90 items. 



Gift of Mr. Carpenter. 

MS 62-682 
V. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

New Sa^B^* - ""* ""-** -*"*"■ * 
30 boxes. 

tecaoml"* Y " k StSte SCh001 0f Ind »strial and Labor Relations col- 

Microfilm copies. 
Bo ^de* ( by company, union, and type of clause is available on key 

MS 62-683 
Kecords, 1928. 



MS 62-679 



lee?.*?" T ° rt State **"* <* ^uswal and Labor Relations col- 

includes corresponden^^Aryrw^ol 6 ^^^^^ 

MS 62-684 
Murphy, James J 1860-1922. 

Papers, 1893-1919. 
lbox. 

Ite&r?" T ° rk StBte *** of **— *"° Labor Rations col- 

MS 62-685 

U. S. National Labor Relations Board. 
Eecords, 1937- 
10 boxes. 

lections*"' Y ° rt StSte Sch001 of ^austrial and Labor Relations col- 

^nrtappear in the bound volun£ .££. SX^aMe^ 

MS 62-686 

Woman's Peace Party. 

Eecords, 1915-19. 
IS ft 

lectfoof' **** HistorJcal "««* * Swarthmore College, Peace Col- 

SSSKS? ^mtteSaT^^r^r^ 

^A$^7a^T9eoTSS^^ 

malnder ta the possessions^ Lute rfp^?. Wa0m ' "** *"* **" 

MS 62-687 



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New York Peace Society {Founded 1906) 
Records, 1906-40. 

In Friends Historical library of Swarthmore College, Peace Cot 
lection. » . 

Correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records, scrapbooks, 
publications, and other papers. Includes papers on the Society" 
•wort in organizing the League to Enforce Peace. 

Deposited by the Society, 1940. MS62-68S 



Spalding, Keith, collector. 
Papers, 1829-1939. 
ca.300 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Correspondence, notes, and miscellaneous papers relating to the 
Sespe Ranch In Ventura Co, Calif. The papers were used by Robert 
G. Clel&nd in writing bis book. The place called Sespe (1940) 

Gift of Mr. Spalding, S*4. MS 62-689 



Cole, Coleman. 

Papers, 1875-79. 

184 items. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation. Correspondence relating 
to the Indian Union, speeches, Choctaw Tribal Council proceedings, 
accounts of Choctaw court cases, and other papers pertaining to the 
problem of intruders, tribal citizenship, royalties from Choctaw coal 
lands, and Choctaw participation in the proposed Indian Union grow- 
ing out of the Okmulgee Council. 
^ MS62-690 



Coldiron, Daisy Lemon, 1876-1946. 
Papers, 1920-50. 
500 items. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

Poet Correspondence (personal, political, and historical), unpub- 
lished MSS. of Mrs. Coldiron's poetry, scrapbooks, and clippings or 

Juxvoem - MS62-691 



Chouteau, Yvonne. 

Papers, 1932-50. 

200 items. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

Ballerina. Magazine and newspaper clippings relating to Miss 
Chouteau's rise to Stardom. Includes magazine and newspaper ar- 
ticles regarding the Chouteau family. fto_eoo 



Chickasaw Nation. 

Records, 1866-1904. 

SfL 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Law, teases, auditor's reports, proceedings of the National Council, 
and other papers relating to elections, intruders, and treedmen. 

MS 62-693 



C^jckaaha Milling Company. 

Records, 1897-1952. 

210 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence, export reports, afflortarfd agricultural and eco- 
nomic history material, grain research papers, and other records per- 
taining to the operations of the Chlckasha Milling Co. 

MS 62-694 



Cherokee Nation. 

Records, 1870-1905. 

12 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Official correspondence, letter press books, reports, chiefs mes- 
sages, speeches of delegates, proceedings, laws, court decisions, acts, 
teases, election returns, registers of removal claims, clippings, and 
business papers. Includes papers relating to the Cherokee Stri p Live 
Stock Association, intruders, education, warrants, and abstracts. 

MS 62-695 



Winston, Francis Donnell, 1857-1941. 
Papers, 1828-1943. 
In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 

leC Judge, Sttte legislator and official, and civic leader, of Bertie Co, 
N. C. Correspondence and speeches. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Winston. IMS. MS 62-696 



Jones, John, fi. 1862-65, of Salem, 10.1 

Papers, 1864-65. 

2 ft (ca. 500 items) 

In University of Tennessee Library. 

Miscellaneous military correspondence (requisitions, receipts, or- 
ders, etc.) of Lt. John Jones, Co. G, 83rd Illinois Volunteer Infantry, 
who was quartermaster at Fort Donelson, Tenn, ISM*, together 
with the record of a court of Inquiry charging horse thievery against 
Jones, who was acquitted. 

Indexed in the library's manuscript catalog. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Curtis B. Smith. MS 62-697 



OTtieUy, Henry Brooks, 1839 '-1862. 

Letters, 1854-56. 

1 v 

In iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

lurve^or and soldier. LettSs written white OTUelly was em- 
ployed in the survey of the Des Moines Elver Valtey^ Includes a Des 
Moines Blver improvement map (1849) by William Dewey. 

Gift of A. J. Small, MS 62^698 



National Committee of Demooats-for-WilUde. 

Records, 1940. 

10ft 

In University of Rochester Library. 

Correspondence and records of an organization which was active 
during the Presidential campaign of 1940. 
Deputed by the Committee, 1941 ; converted to gift, 196X 
Infonnation on literary rights available In the Ubrary. 

"S 035-W9 

Simmons (Dennis) Lumber Company. Wi&amston, If. C. 

Records, 1878-1927. 

27,656 items and 82 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, accounts, account books, ledgers, deeds, pay llsta, 
bills, receipts, and other records, relating to all aspects of the lumber- 
ing business, from the purchase of timber lands to the shipment of 
finished board. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1957. 

MS 62-700 

Emory University, Attarda. Library. 

Georgia political leaders' autographs, 1782-1940. 

83 items. 

In Emory University Library. 

Routine patronage and business letters and notes, primarily of 
autograph interest of Governors, U. S. Senators and Representatives, 
and other persons prominent in Georgia politics. The bulk of the ma- 
terial is of the period 1830-95. 

Finding aid in the library. 

Infonnation on literary rights available in the library. 

Acquired, 1955. In part, formerly owned by Israel Exeech Tefft, 
Benjamin Perley Poore, and other collectors. 

MS 62-701 



Nashvffle Bridge Company. 

Records, 1819-53. 

2 items and 2 v. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

A daybook (1819-53), an account book (1819-23), a contract with 
Joseph Johnston for a bridge over the Cumberland (1819), and the 
court record of a suit against Johnston by JsBob Beltzhoover repre- 
senting the Company (1821) ..«..,..__. 

In part, gift of William Bdmlston Chapter of the D. A. R, ; In part, 
purchase from rrha-ripa a. Mwrllh. 

MS 62-702 



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O'Connor, James Francis Thaddeos. 1884-1948 
Papers, 1900-48. 
390 items and 18 v 

vZumns? ■ <tf North ***** Ln »»«y- 

s^ p»^ -Ba ass ssssssa&a«at 

Gift of Charles P. Peterson, 1252. 

MS 62-703 

Burke, John, 1859-1937. 

Papers, 1906-42. 

600 items. 

In University of North Dakota Library 

Gift of Thomas Burke, 1852. ^^ 

MS 62-704 
Writers' Congress, University of California at Lot AmgOn, 
Records, 1943-44. 

^^^^ters-S^.S.^hfre^K?^: 
Gift of the Hollywood Writers' Mobilisation. 

MS 62-705 
Hawtey, George Maxwell Blackstock, 1S70-194L 

5 ft. (284 items) 

In Hobart College Library. 

In part, transcripts and photocopies (negatives 

Waterlof te ""*"" bu3a<aag «■*■ CanimSSorae^S 
Calendar prepared by Mr. Hawley. 
wn-cbased from Mrs. Hawley, 1941-42. 

MS 62-706 

Doohttle, James Rood, 1816-1897. 
Papers, 1831-93. 
43 items. 
In Hobart College Library 

lege <dassma^ Xn^^^ 1 ^ 1 S te ^S? n ^? U « le, s "wa- 
ning * B~Ml2rS£%2X$&lZE? j*« »• »£«■ 
spondenee with bis brother aocnester, H. x, and cone- 

Gift 



MS 62-707 



Vincent, John Martin, 1857-1939. 
Papers, 1887-1939. 
412 items. 

In Johns Hopkins University Library 
Professor of history at Johns Hopkins. 
Card catalog In the library " 

^natto ^tex«y rights aTailahle In the library. 

MS62-708 

Hay, William Perry, 1872-1947 
Papers, 1892-1937. 
242 items. 
In University of Florida Library 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

MS 62-709 



Bradley, Phillips, 1894- 
Papers, 1942. 
lbox. 

lec&nT' *"* State Sch001 " to *»«»I «■« Labor Belations col- 

MS 62-710 

Thomson, Rnffin, 1841-1888. 
Papers, 1822-89. 
220 items. 

JS£l2$>* 0t NOrth Car ° Bna L " muy - S"**"* HistoHcal (M. 

Un^bltehed description In the library laamai ^ i - 
Gift of Mrs. Ben S. Lowry, M57. 

MS 62-711 

Kansas City, Mo. University. Library. 
Texas land grants, 1850-90 
ca. 60 items. 
Jr. TJniverslty of Kansas City Library, Snyder Collection of Amerl- 



Mainly land grants, together with a few warranty deeds. 

MS 62-712 

Barnett, George Ernest, 1873-1938. 
Papers, 1914. 
1 box. 
^InNew York State School of Industrial and Labor Eelationa e* 

Gift of Mark Perlman, 1853. 

MS 62-713 

American Federation of Labor. 

Correspondence, 1926-52. 
43 reels of microfilm. 

lecSon^ Y ° rk State Sclu)0J °* ^"^Wal and Labor Belations col- 
as VSELSS&j&JF" Green ' 8 gigaatm to******** 

MS 62-714 



Strike clippings, 1946. 

1 box. 
^to New York State School of Industrial and Labor Belations col- 
ae ^W*®> "bout strikes in New York State from national and local 

MS 62-715 



Rochester, N. Y. Dniversity. Library. 
Autograph collections, 1180- 
12 ft. (ca. 3000 items) 
In University of Rochester Library. 
\J^^T^ ^P* 3 "' and aowunents of American and European 
Card index in the library. Described in CateJrrcmTTrfH^ ..<«_ 

M^dor? u , < Ss; " "^^rS^tri^SSA^s^. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

MS 62-716 rev 



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American Labor Education Service, inc^ New Tori. 

Records, 1922-33. 

3 boxes. , 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Course materials used in the Bryn Mawr Summer School for 
Workers, the Barnard Summer School for Women Workers in Indus- 
try, the Summer School for Women Workers In Industry at the 
University of Wisconsin, the Southern Summer School, and the Vine- 
yard Shore School for Women Workers in Industry; bibliographies, 
conference notes, and monographs on workers, education. 

MS 62-717 rev 

Cohunbia Conserve Company. 

Kecords, 1932-33. 

1 box. 

In New York State School of Industrial and labor Relations col- 
lectibns. 

Mimeographed minutes of the meetings of the Employees Council 
of a company whose workers had the right to make rules governing 
their hours, incomes, hiring, and firing. 

MS 62-718 

Habinow, Isaac Mas, 1875-1936. 
Papers. 
10 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Belations col- 
lections. 

Physician, economist, and advocate of social security. Correspsno- 
enee, Mac of EnblnoWs writings, obituaries, and photos. 

MS 62-719 

United Mine Workers of America. District IS. 
Kecords, 1899-1928. 
6 reels of microfilm 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Belations col- 
lections. 

Records of bargaining meetings with the operators. 

MS 62-720 

Rochester, N. Y. University. 

Archives, 1845- 

cs. 100,000 items. 

In University of Rochester Library. 

Official records of the University and papers relating to it In- 
cludes correspondence, diaries, and personal papers of many alumni 
University presidents and faculty members represented include Mar- 
tin Brewer Anderson, Henry Fairchild Burton, Cornelius William De 
Kiewiet, Herman Le Boy Fairchild, Joseph Henry Gllmore, David 
Jayne Hill, Asahel Clark Kendrlck, Samuel A. Lattlmore, William 
Carey Morey, Bush Rhees, Alan Chester Valentine, and Ira Solomon 
Wile 

Indexed in part Described in University of Rochester Library 
Bulletin, v. 4, no- S (Spring 1849) p. 55. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available at the library. 

Deposit and gift, 1930- 

MS 62-721 rav 

Clarke, George Washington, 1852-1936. 

Papers. 
10 v. 

In Iowa State DepL of History and Archives collections. 
Lawyer, legislator, and Governor of Iowa. Correspondence, 
speeches, news clippings, certificates, and other papers. 
Gift of Mrs. Clarke, 1B4S. 

MS 62-722 

Oarkson, James Sullivan, 1843-1918. 

Papers, cs- 1877-ca. 191S. 

ca.4 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Politician, editor, and business executive. Correspondence, check- 
books, account books, and other papers, Including correspondence of 
the Allison Memorial Commission, 1908-06, and some material on 
social matters. 

Gift of Mr. Oarkson, 1915. 

MS 62-723 

Alden, Albert, <Z. 1892. 
Papers, 1792, 1836-92. 
4 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections, 
journal and ledger of a general store kept by Alden at Delafleld, 
Alden's official records as sheriff of Waukesha County (1865-66), and 
a copybook. 

MS 62-724 



Allen, Walter L 

Diaries, 1879-1918. 

41 v. 

In Henry £. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
Diaries relating to the Sphinx Citrus Ranch, Pasadena. 
Lent by Mr. Allen, 1838. 

MS 62-728 



Clarke, William Pena. 

Correspondence, 1844-96. 
75 items and 3 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
Lawyer, journalist, and politician. Correspondence with promi- 
nent lowans, on political, official, and personal mat te rs . Also includes 
an autobiographical sketch, and a MS. bill on intoxication. 
Gift of Mr. Clarke, 1884. 

MS 62-726 



Westover, John Glendower, 1917- collector. 

M. Jeff Thompson papers. 

4 folders. 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

Notes, clippings, and other papers, and photos, assembled by 
Westover while editing the diary of M Jeff Thompson, Confederate 
officer. Includes a poem written by W. B. Thompson concerning his 
brother Jeff, and a letter to Westover from Eleanor P. Thompson, 
M. J. Thompson's granddaughter. 

Deposited by R. S. Brownlee. 

^^ MS62-727 



Shanks, Charles, collector. 

Civil War scrapbooks, 1850-65. 

2 v. 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

Newspaper clippings relating to the Civil War and to the period 
immediately prior to it Includes accounts of the Buchanan-Fillmore 
election returns, discussions of slavery problems, states' rights Issue, 
the Federal Constitution. Lincoln's Inaugural address, People's Party 
national convention, the possible impeachment of Lincoln, peace over- 
tures of the North and South, Lincoln's suspension of the writ of 
habeas corpus, military arrests of civilians, freedom of speech, press 
and assembly, proposed trial of Jefferson Davis, and speeches and 
articles by military leaders of the day. 

Gift of Mr. Shanks. 

MS 62-728 



Sehiler, Ferdinand Canning Scott, 1864-1987. 

Papers, ca. 1886-1937. 

8 ft (ca. 7000 items) 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 

Philosopher and university professor. Correspondence, drafts of 
articles and books, lectures, class notes, dippings, offprints of articles, 
photos., memorabilia, and other business and personal papers, docu- 
menting Schiller's career as philosopher and teacher at Cornell 
University, Corpus Chrlsti College, Oxford, and the University of 
Southern California. Correspondents include Henri Bergson, John 
Dewey, G. Lowes Dickinson, Sir Oliver Lodge, Sir Frederick Pollock, 
Bertrand Russell, and Canning Schiller. 

Gift of the estate of Mr. Schiller, ca. 1948. 

MS 62-729 



Iowa. State Dept. of History and Archives. 

Auto^nph albums. 

11 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Includes autographs of American Governors, generals. Members of 
Congress, writers, newspaper editors, university presidents, and other 
notable people. Also Includes letters, currency, stamps, and photos. 

MS 62-730 

Kirkwood, Samoa! Jordan, 1813-1894. 

Papers, 1841-93. 

ca. 1050 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Lawyer, teacher, Governor, and U. S. Senator from Iowa. Cor- 
respondence, reports, bills, petitions, legislative resolutions, printed 
material, and other papers, concerning administrative, political and 
personal affairs. 

Acquired, 1915. 

MS 62-731 



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Lacey, John fleteher, 1841-1913. 

Papers, 1853-1912. 

ca. 60,000 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Tn^fvJS"^' p ?" tlc ' an ' and u - S. Bepresentative from Iowa. 
Includes business, political, and personal correspondence. 
Finding aid in the repository. 

MS 62-732 

OUumwa, Iowa. Police Court. 

Kecords, 1857-67. 

ca. 450 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

MS 62-733 



Parker, George Frederick, 1847-1828. 

Papers, 1876-1904. 

ca. 1200 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Journalist. Correspondence, articles, notes, and news dippings 

Finding aid in the repository. -wiues. 

Gift of Mr. Parker, 1928. 

MS 62-734 

Porter, Evelyn (Howe) 

Papers. 

125 items. 

Inlowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

lectures and essays on the Spirit Lake massacre. 

MS62-735 

Iowa. Historical, Memorial and Art Dept. 

Kecords, 1890-1908. 

ca. 8000 items. 

?ifILS ate Dept of Hfctory and Archives collections. 
^SSrSH^^JSl 1 ?•£? papers * **• Department (nnder its 
SSS,^. SfK" 81 Dept> dnrln 8 "» euTatorship of Chartes 
toeaMSv-SSS?" "* """VO***"* with persons of national and 
iEw^fiS'^ VTHL w)um *" ■•**»» Abernethy, William Boyd 
Allison Albert Baird Cummins, Horace Emerson Deemer, GrenvSe 
M. Dodge, Jonathan Prentiss DolUver, James Depew EdmundsoT 
James Harlan, John Albert Tiffin Hull. HarveTlngSm? JoaobSnt 
^?. F -, La ^S' ^} m S 1 Ijmbe ^ Theodore S. ParvTnTwIuSTsS 
Benjamin Prankto Sbambangh, Prank Springer, Hoyt SberSaTand 
SSSS^^iS The ' nateri &l •« related to the repotftory'sAJdrich 
autograph collection and its Aldrieh personal papers/ «™-«™ 

F ^KS^SL™? 108 and tade i m *>» repository. 

r Aldrlch. Charles, 1828-1808 

MS 62-736 

Iowa. State Dept. of History and Archive*. 

Aldrieh autograph collection, 14th-20th cent. 

ca. 1500 file drawers. 

I °.? owa state De I )t of History and Archives collections. 

letters, literary MSS., addressed envelopes, biographical sketches, 
pictures, and other papers, containing autographs, other handwriting 
portraits and mementos of prominent figures of Iowa, America, 
Europe, and the world, including Iowa pioneers and legislators, U S 
Senators and Representatives, Civil War soldiers, and internationally 
Known authors, statesmen, sovereigns, reformers, religious leaders 
educators, scientists, and philosophers. The hulk of the collection is 
of the period 1870-1910. The material Is related to the repository's 
Historical, Memorial and Art Dept. records, and Its Aldrieh personal 
papers. 

Card catalog in the repository. 

MS 62-737 

Matern, John, d. 1680. 

Correspondence, 1668-82. 
20 items and 2 reels of microfilm. 
In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College, 
_ SjfjSF 11 * 8 typewritten) and microfilm of originals lent by Mary 

♦mSSTTw?!!" - an A^ 2 1 ^ eacoer - Mostly written whae Matern 
£"cE;JL , ?S£™ B i£*L Sch001 m »Wl«»d, Concerns adherence 
to Quaker _faKh, publications, travel, and Quaker meetings. The 
material, except tor some translations, is in German and Dutch, 
correspondents include John Glaus, Benjamin Purly Bobert Milne. 
Ephralm Prach, and Bobert SanffltandsT^^ ^ 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 19*9. 

MS 62-738 



Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. Friends' Historical 

Lists of public Friends, 1656-1832. 

18 items. 

In Friends Hlatorical Library of Swarthmore College. 

mi^^r'' wfU L5 ,m ? " ,a oecasioual notes, of Friends in th» 
mlnistry who came from Europe to America. mT™,* *™ A JZ ~i~ 
to England and Ireland. l«iS^;^oU^ri5dTrtc*Slte?SS 

Sffil^? S Horsham, P fe Newport, B. L, SolebmrT PaTand 
WrigMstown, N. J.: and a list of the ministry from PhUadefrbJs, 

Card index in the library 

Gifts. 

MS 62-739 

Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. Friends' Historical 
Library. 

Marriage certificates, 1666-1952. 

ca. 320 items. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) and photocopies. 

Largely 18th and 19th century Quaker marriase certificates T„ 

Quakercertificates; and a marriage certificate in Quaker form of 
*"?, N j*Tf "ho had been slaves, signed by John WoSmal 

Card index in the library. 

Largely gifts. 

MS 62-740 

Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. Friends' Historical 
lAorary. 

Genealogical charts of Quaker families, 
ca. 150 items. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore Collet 
In part, .photocopies (positive) and microfilm (positive) 
Charts for the Bertram, Biddle, Brinton, BrosinVCad§urv Canbv 
g 00 ^. Green, Griscom, HaUowell, Hoover. Jenktos inxonR^rrtah.' 
P^n.^P.ckett, Seaman. Sharpless, TruebloTweT'and^er 

Card Index in library 
Gifts. 

MS 62-741 

New York (City) Mayor's Court. 
Kecords, ca. 1681-1819. 
ca. 2000 Items. 
In Columbia University Libraries. 

•.wSJ***-?* 2*** aIBUed be * >re ibe Mayor's Court, Including the 
P ^ d ^£?., of attorneys, occasional briefs or abstracts of arguments. 
?„.^ W -r2 d | men ^ or decrees ' numerous writs of Inquiry (especially 
for 1770-75) and many legal opinions by government offldahVThe 
papers were collected by Benjamin Salzer ^^ 

Bequest of Mr. Saber, 1957. 

MS 62-742 

Sherborne, Thomas H 

Papers, 1831-99. 

40 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections 
iMr23S? on ? en ,S e an<: bnsto ess papers. Inclndes'23 letters (1831- 
54) written In German a^S addressed to Christian Gessler a Phila- 
l?iS?V eweler: S deeds -(MKl-M) for Philadelphia properties in 
which Sherbornewas Interested : a decree of discharge ii bankruptcy 
i*mn SI, S'^SfJ-SJ*"" ""^eming the estate of John Craig 
of PhUadelphia (1809-29), a receipt book (1808-87) and farm i? 
count book (1B00-Q2) of William V. Sherborne. ^^ 

MS 62-743 

Evans, Joshua, 1731-1798. 
Papers, ca. 1788-98. 

7 v. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) 

Quaker minister and abolitionist Correspondence, mostly letters 
"SP*" *°v , Evaas ""B Ann, by Quakers at whose homes he stayed 
while on Mb religious visits; and Journals of his ministry in North 
America. Includes copies of the Journals made by George Church- 
man^ and copies thought to be made by Abraham Warrington. 

Card index in the Library. The Journal was published in 18S7. 

Deposited by Edward H. and Thomas B. Fawcett, 1935-39. For- 
merly owned by the Bonsai] and Fawcett families. 

MS 62-744 



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Tennessee. Courts. 

Court records of Washington Co., Tenn., 1774-1893. 

S713 Items. 

Id Duke University Library. 

Apparently that part of the court records of Washington County 
constituting tbe sheriffs papers, L e. court orders, subpoenas, and 
search warrants, which were placed in the sheriffs hands for execu- 
tion, together with some regular court records relating to suits for 
slander, assault, and the recovery of debts, and the court orders to 
sheriffs of surrounding counties. Bulk of the collection is of the 
period 1774-1858. Includes Information on early settlement, explana- 
tions of failure to pay debts, suits over land, hone stealing, theft, 
and divorce. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1942. 

MS 62-745 

CormeBee, Charles Ulrica, 1851-1930. 

Papers, 1851-1919. 

10 ft (27,584 items) 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

In part, transcripts. 

Surveyor, State legislator, and educator. Correspondence, letter 
press copies (1885-1918), financial, legal, and land papers (1304-18), 
abstract records (1891-1908), minutes, petitions, speeches, printed 
material, and other papers, concerning Connellee's legislative service 
and political activities, his founding of Eastland, Tex, and the dis- 
covery of oil there. 

Unpublished Index In the library. 

MS 62-746 

Collins, Frank Shipley, 1846-1920. 
Papers, 1872-1919. 
ca. 1800 Items. 

In Americas Philosophical Society Library. 

Botanist. Correspondence, and a few other papers, largely con- 
cerning algae. 

Unpublished Index of correspondents. 
Purchased from Mr. Collins' son, 1861. 

MS 62-747 

Fairchild, James Harris, 1817-1902. 

Papers, 1852-1903. 

7500 items. 

In Oberlln College Library. 

Educator and Congregational clergyman. 

Calendar and Index In the library. 

MS 62-748 
Bogart, Henry I 

Papers, 1749-91. 

2 ft. (ca. 370 items) 

In New York State Library. 

Revolutionary Army officer, alderman, and Justice of the peace In 
Albany. Chiefly receipts. 

Gift of Pruyn, 1964. 

MS 62-748 
Thompson, John H 

Correspondence, 1908-15. 

1500 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Christian Science practitioner of Boston. Professional and per- 
sonal correspondence. Bulk of the collection consists of carbon 
copies of Thompson's correspondence with patients In various parts 
of the United States. These letters concern his professional services, 
the progress of the patients, and his activities In spreading the doc- 
trines of Christian Science. Personal letters to Mrs. Thompson's 
relatives relate to her cure after many years of Illness and to the 
efforts of the Thompson family to mollify her relatives after she had 
abandoned medical treatment 

Card index In the library. 

Acquired, 1969. 

MS 62-750 
American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia. 

Account books, daybooks, and diaries, 1731-1813. 

9v. 

In American Philosophical Society Library. 

Includes John Leacock's commonplace book (1768-81) ; Timothy 
Matlack's account book of receipts and expenditures for the flying 
camp (1785-1800) ; John Fishbourne Mifflin's receipt book (1800-13) ; 
John Beynell's daybook (1731-32) ; Anthony Wayne's receipt book 
(1785-92), Including receipts for 6 warrants paid by order of Ben- 
jamin Franklin; John Williams' daybook (1773-74) ; James Wilson's 
diary (1772-74) ; an account book (1747) of a Philadelphia Mer- 
chant ; and a day ledger (1747-49) 

Cataloged Individually In manuscripts catalog of the library. 

In part, gifts of Seymour Adelman and Mrs. Malcolm 6. Sansser, 
1847-53. 

MS 62-751 



Beecher, Thomas 4£innicut, 1824-1900.- 

Papers, 1844-98. 

ca. 6 ft (ca. 2600 items) 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Beglonal History and 
University Archives. 

Congregational clergyman. Correspondence, printed matter, and 
other papers. Chiefly drafts, outlines, and notes for sermons deliv- 
ered by Beecher as pastor of the Independent Congregational Church, 
Elmira, X. Y. Includes three letters to Beecher from his brother, 
Henry Ward Beecher, 14 letters from Lyman Beecher to his son 
James, while the latter was a student at Dartmouth College, and ese 
letter from Samuel L. Clemens to Mrs. Julia Beecher. 

Indexed In the library's general card catalaf. 

Gift of Ellen W. Farrar, 1943. 

MS 62-752 rev 

Strewn, Eh" W 1822-1907. 

Papers, 1792-1912. 
ca. 100 items. 

In Bucks County Historical Society Library (Doylestown, Pa.) 
Farmer. Strawn family legal papers, weather books and journals 
(1836-91), account books (1888-75) including one for butter and 
eggs (1852-75), Invitations, schoolbooks, and photos. 
Card catalog In the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the Horary. 
Gift of Walter Z. Barndt 1956. 

MS 62-753 

Abefl, Alexander G 1819-1890. 

Correspondence, 1841-76. 
1 box. 

In Dearborn Historical Museum. 

Diplomat and businessman. Correspondence with relatives con- 
cerning Abell's business affairs and travel*. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 
Gift of the Ives family, 1949. 

MS 62-754 

McKenney, William Robertson. 

Business records, 1865-1930. 

4440 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Lawyer, of Petersburg, Ta. Materials relating to McKenney's 
law practice (chiefly 1880-1900), and largely concerned with the 
settlement of estates and the sale of real estate In Petersburg, Ta. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1947. 

MS 62-755 
King, Henry Churchill, 1858-1934. 

Papers, 1902-27. 

SO boxes and 19 drawers. 

In Oberlln College Library. 

Educator and Congregational clergyman. Correspondence and 
other papers. 

MS 62-756 
Wright, George Frederick, 1838-1921. 
Papers. 1850-1921. 
ca. 12300 items. 
In Oberlln College Library. 

Educator. Congregational clergyman, and geologist Correspond- 
ence and other papers. 

Card file, calendar and index in the library. 
Gift of the Wright family. 

MS 62-757 
Finney, Charles Grandison, 1792-1875. 

Papers, 1817-75. 

ca.2600 items. 

In Oberlln College Library. 

Educator and evangelist Correspondence and other papers relat- 
ing to Oberlin College and theological matters, mostly from con- 
verts and friends in the U. S. and Great Britain. The later cor- 
respondence (1868-75) relates chiefly to antirmasonry. 

Calendar and index in the library. 

MS 62-758 
Bollock, Georgia Philipps (Morgan) 1878- 

Papers. 1913-53. 

23 v. and 1 reel of microfilm 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 

Microfilm copy (positive) made In 1954 from originals In tbe pos- 
session of Judge Bullock. 

Lawyer and judge. Correspondence, clippings, pictures, and re- 
lated material arranged in chronological order In scrapneoks. . The 
material is concerned with the career of Judge Bullock as a lawyer 
In Los Angeles, appraiser of the Los Angeles Probate Court, referee 
of women's cases, Los Angeles Police Court and Women's Court, 



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Papers, 



Bollock, Georgia PhiKpps (Morgan) 1878- 
1913-53. (Omttaned) 

deputy district attorney, judge of the Los Angeles Municipal court 
and of the Superior Court of Los Angeles, and head of tie Adop- 
HonDepLof the Los Angeles Juvenile Court and the Children* Court 

Gift of Jndge Bollock, 1851 

MS 62-759 



Evans, Oliver, 1755-1819. 

Papers, 1792-1834. 

75 Items. 

In University of Michigan Transportation Library. 

Miller, millwright, and Inventor. Letters and papers, chiefly re- 
lating to steam engines and their application to various problems. 
252i? p ^ n L for fnra »««. "m* dty lighting systems and water 
notes, of Evans' book The abortion of the young steam engineer's 

Si^,, La ^. 1B ? tel !iJ? d,,ae8 two *»p««**tehy arevakTBatne 
concerning Evans' orukter ampbibolos. 

Descrtbea in Michigan Historical Becords Surveys Guide to manu- 
script collections In Michigan, v. 2 (1942) p. relfS, Many of the 
papers are reproduced In Grevffle Bathe's Oliver BvansTTdmmlcte 
of early American engineering (1985) 

Gift, from Alba B. Johnson, 1927, and other sources, 1828-84. 

MS 62-760 



Panknin, Charles F 

Business records, 1844-1909. 

1050 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (3084) 

Pharmacist, of Charleston, S. C. Account books and prescription 
books (1844-72), business correspondence (1881-88), and other 
papers, of Panknin's drag store. 

Unpublished description in the library 

Purchase, 1955. 

MS 62-761 



Bandar-log Press. 

Records, ca. 1895-1904. 

ca. 45 items. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 

Correspondence, miscellaneous papers, pictures, and a complete 
collection of the publications of the Bandar-log Press. Includes items 
relating to the Press, printed by Edwin Bliss wit) Ysleta, Tex. and 
correspondence between its founder, John Francis Holme, and the 
humorist George Ade, who wrote various short stories specifically for 
publication by the Press. 

Purchase, 1954- 

MS 62-762 



Iieber, Richard, 1869-1944. 

Correspondence, 1920-23. 

665 items. 

In Indiana State Library. 

Director of Indiana State Dept of Conservation. Much of the cor- 
respondence deals with Lieber's work with German Americans, espe- 
cially in the field o£ politics. Correspondents include John T. Adams, 
Theodore Brentano, James P. Goodrich, Hans Hackel, Bernard G 
Heyn, Paul F. Mueller, Harry S. New, Alfred EL Nippon, and James 
E. Watson. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Indiana Conservation Dept, 1960. 

MS 62-763 



Tobacco Growers' Cooperative Association. 

Records, 1921-27. 

ca-Sft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (3322) 

Correspondence of the officers of the association, reports, statistics, 
releases, and photos, dealing with activities of the organization in 
Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Includes papers (1927) 
of Sydney D. Frissell, a student at the University of North Carolina- 
concerning cooperative marketing. 

MS 62-764 



IT. S. Dept. of Labor. 

Records of fact finding boards, 1946. 

3 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Transcripts of hearings, reports, exhibits, statistical data, and 
other records of cases before various fact finding hoards appointed 
by the Secretary of Labor. The chief issue discussed was that of 
wage rates. Organizations represented include Amalgamated Asso- 
ciation of Street, Electric Hallway and Motor Coach Employees of 
America, American Communications Association, American Federa- 
tion of Labor National Coordinating Board, American Smelting and 
Befining Co., Anaconda Copper Mining Co, Coeur d'Alene District 
operators. Greyhound Lines, International Brotherhood of Electrical 
Workers, International Union of Mine, MiU and Smelter Workers 
Kennecott Copper Corp., Miami Copper Co. Phelos Dndee fw, 

«nS1wS?wi5? d ! «J?'. n !? ,rds ' Lab0T M "»«e»>ent Documenta- 
USuof^ °° 1 0f lndnstp,aI ""1 Labor Relations 

Gifts of Saul Wallen and Carl Borgmann. 

MS 62-765 

Cornell University. Neu York State School of Industrial 
and Labor Relations. 

Records of Presidential emergency boards, 1949-50. 

9 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Correspondence, transcripts of hearings, reports, statements, mem- 
oranda, press releases, tables, and other papers relating to disputes 
between labor and management which were mediated by panels an- 
notated by the U. S. Wage Stabilization Board, the U S Steel In- 
dustry Board, the U. S. Board of Inquiry to Report on Certain Labor 
Disputes Affecting the Maritime Industry of the U S_ and other 
Presidential boards of inquiry appointed under the Taft Hartley act 
Organizations represented include American Locomotive Co., Ameri- 
can Smelting and Befining Co, Anaconda Copper Mining Corp In- 
ternational Longshoremen's Association, International Union of Mine. 
M iiJ> a ?2jT ter Work e rs ' Kennecott Copper Corp, Phelps DodjS 
Corp, Steel Companies Coordinating Committee, United States Steel 
Corp., and United Steelworkers of America. 

H„ D ?^ r I bed » n G S? d t t 2 tbe "no 1 **. Labor Management Documenta- 
tUmOanter, New York state gc^i of ^^ and j^^^^ s^^ 

Gifts from various sources. 

MS 62-766 

Remington, Frederic, 1861-1909. 

Papers, 1876-1926. 

155 Items. 

In St Lawrence University Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Artist and author. Correspondence and other papers. Includes 
letters to friends and family in Canton and Ogdensburg, N Y. dealing 
with personal matters; 45 letters to John Hoard, lawyer' of 'Ogdens- 
burg, N. Y. chiefly concerned with hunting and Ashing excursions 
and with Remington's summer home at Chippewa Bay on the St 
Lawrence River; copies of letters to Poultney BIgelow, author, 
journalist, and historian, relating to arrangements for a trip through 
Germany and Russia in 1892 which led to a series of articles for 
Harpers magazine written by BIgelow and illustrated by Remington : 
and six letters to Herbert Foster Gunnison, business managerand nart 
owner of the Brooklyn eagle. «i>-»* 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the library 

Information on literary rights available In the library 

Gifts of various persons. 

MS 62-767 

Sasse, Hermann, 1895- 

Correspondence, 1933-52. 

ca. 75 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections fSt Louis) 

In part, photocopies (positive) 

Lutheran theologian. Letters from Sasse (1934-36) describing 
church conditions in Germany under the National Socialist regime^ 
correspondence (1945-48) on Sasse'B visit and Itinerary In the United 
States; and a partial collection of Sasae's Letters to Lutheran 
pastors. Most of the material is In German. Material is related to 
the Jnsutute's L. Sleek collection, Concordia Seminary collection, and 
3. W. Behnken collection. -»*«»«, ouu 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository 

Information on literary rights available In the repository 

Gift of L. J. Sieek and others, partly in 1953. 

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General Council of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, in 
North America. 

Records, 1868-1921. 

ca. 16 it 

In Lutheran Theological Seminary Library (Philadelphia) 

Correspondence and -minutes of conventions ; correspondence, 
minutes, and reports relating to foreign and home missions ; records 
of the National Lutheran Commission for Soldiers' and Sailors' Wel- 
fare, of the Committee on Digests, the Committee on Merger, the 
Kropp Commission, the Editorial Committee for the Lntherischer 
Herold, the Quadricentennial Ways and Means Committee, and the 
Publication Ways and Means Committee; registers of students of 
Kropp Seminary and Breklum Seminary; constitution, addresses, 
bills, and the original draft of the Galesburg rule of 1875. 

Finding aid in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

MS 62-769 



Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod. Districts. English. 

Records, 1894-1938. 

1 ft (ca. 1100 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts. 

Minutes of the first sessions of the Eastern (English) Conference 
(1894) ; history of the movement toward amalgamation of the Eng- 
lish District into the geographical districts of the Missouri Synod; 
correspondence and reports on the desirability and feasibility of 
TEng»«h District amalgamation; constitution of the District; and 
correspondence between its executives G. Schuessler and G. E. Hage- 
mann and pastors within the District concerning finances, local prob- 
lems, church visitations, calls issued to clergy, missions within the 
District, and the maintenance of Concordia College, Conover, N. C 

Material relates particularly to activities In the New York, Baltimore, 
and North Carolina circuits, 1927-32. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gifts, in part from J. W. Behnken, 1960. 

MS 62-770 



Gfinther, Martin, 1831-1893. 

Papers, 1832-92. 

2 ft. (ca. 130 Items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

Lutheran minister, author, and professor of theology. Letters, 
sermons, class notes taken by Gunther as a student as well as those 
taken by some of his students, and personal papers, Including a 
baptismal certificate, naturalization papers, and diplomas. Bulk of 
the collection falls In the period 1846-90. Largest sections are those 
consisting of lecture notes taken as a student (1848-53) and notes 
for sermons (1855-71). Material Is In German, Latin, and English, 
and includes 2 sermons In English written by Pastor Loeber in 1845 
and 1848. Material is related to the Institute's G. Loeber, Concordia 
Seminary, L. E. Fuerbrlnger, O. Fuerbringer, C. F. W. Walther, 

Scballer, A. L. Graebner, F. Pleper, G. Stoeckhardt, C. F. Obermeyer, 
and E. ii Arndt collections. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available In the repository. 

Gift In part from Edgar Weln, 1951-57. 

MS 62-771 



Johnson, John Lipscomb. 

Papers, 1850-1910. 

600 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical 
Collection (3060) 

Baptist preacher, professor of English, and educator. Corre- 
spondence, writings, reminiscences, and other papers. 

Unpublished description In the library. 

Deposited by Cecil Johnson, 1964. 

MS 62-772 



Potest, Edwin McNeill, 1892-1955. 
Papers, 1929-56. 

4 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical 
Collection (3302) 

Baptist minister, author, and educator. Correspondence and writ- 
ings. 

Information on restrictions avaflab>3 at the library. 

MS 62-773 



Mailer, James Arthur, 18S4--1345. coUectcr. 

Notes and pamphlets on the history and use of the Book of 
Common Prayer. 

5v. 

In Episcopal Theological School Library (Cambridge, Mass.) 

Ainn known as the George Hodges collection. 

MS 62-774 



Moller, James Arthur, 1884-1945, coTUctcr. 

Papers, letters, articles and clippings on the 1928 -*st 
Book revision. 
3 boxes. 
In Episcopal Theological School Library (Cambridge, Mass. 

MS 6. 

Hattstaedt, Wffliam, 1811-1884. 

Correspondence, 1844-60. 

ca. 75 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

Lutheran minister and missionary in MiiOiigoTi Correspondence, 
mainly with fellow clergymen, concerning local pastoral affairs and 
the church work of confessional Lutherans, primarily In the Midwest 
Correspondents Include Th. Brohm, E. M. Buerger, A. Craemer, L 
Buhland, H Schmld, Ch. Selle, F. Sievers, W. Slhler, W. Sommer, T. 
Trautman, F. Winkler, and F. Wyneken. The collection is in German. 
The material Is related to the Institute's A. Craemer, O. Fuerbrlnger, 
W. Lone, W. Sihler, andF. Wyneken collections. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of G. T. Otte and E. Hattstaedt, 1955-57. 

MS 62-776 

Schmidt, Martin Joseph, 1846-1931. 

Papers, 1864-1931. 

ca. 60 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

Lutheran minister and educator. Correspondence (mainly 191S- 
29) with L. Fuerbringer concerning the reading and theological studies 
In which Schmidt was engaged, and on projected articles for the Ln- 
theraner; biographical sketches; and certificates of residence at Con- 
cordia College, Ft Wayne, Ind., and Concordia Seminary, St Louis. 
Material is related to the Institute's L. Fuerbrlnger collection. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of L. Fuerbringer. 

MS 62-777 



Schmidt, Hermann E 1868-1945. 

Sermons, 1876-1931. 
ca. 95 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 
Lutheran minister. Sermons In German and English. 
Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 
Gift of Carl T. Schmidt 1955. 

MS 62-778 

Winans, 'William, 1788-1857. 
Papers, 1811-57. 
9ft 

In Methodist Archives, Mlllsaps College Library. 
Methodist clergyman. Personal letters, autobiography, Journal, 
scrapbook, account books, and some poerty. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Winans family. 

MS 62-779 



Philadelphia. Lutheran Theological Seminary. 

Becords, 1864- 

ca.35ft 

In Lutheran Theological Seminary Library (Philadelphia) 

Correspondence, minutes and reports of committees, catalogs, aS- 
mission applications, financial records, addresses, class record boobs, 
student autographs, records of student organizations, library records, 
records of the Women's Auxiliary, deeds, architect's drawings, clip- 
pings, and other papers, Including ca. 22 linear feet of theses, from ca. 
1922. 

Finding aid in the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

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Pendell, John R 

Papers, 1817-1906. 
1527 items. 

In Duke University Library. 
oJ£2S^ BaP ? St v n '£?! ter ' ""» •»* salesman. Chiefly oereonal 

Card index In the library 
Acquired, 1959. 

MS 62-781 

Dale, Samuel Sherman, 1859-1936. 

Papers, 1810-1929. 

24 v. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

a part transcripts (typewritten) 
ifiZSTfS™ 1 **"*- 1""*® (M87-1929) and other papers. Includes 
thVt^^^fJ 190 ^ v***** to weighted nSSS 

MS 62-782 

Wheat, John Thomas, 1801-1888. 
Paper?, 1806-06. 
2ft 

Odtetta (l£ft ° f NOrth ^^ "»*■* SOTthe » Historical 

, m ^2? paI .. min .? ter ^"esponaaiee. aiartes, account books. Doems 
^ee^and other papers, of Wheat and of ntetonC IndudS 

i^S^Lir 7 JS^'S 00 *' "nslness papers of Shooer- and mate! 

cS^SS^S^SST- Na8h7aie (1W(M8> - - *^St 

Unpublished description m the library 

Gift of Mrs. Burton Cralge and Mrs. Stuart B. Bradley, 1948-57 

MS 62-783 

Mezes, Sidney Edward, 1863-193L 
Papers, 1918. 
2 boxes. 
In Colombia University libraries. 

I*2£ft6 ttTvMa ^aTTSo^S. tm T\ ■»« «*her papers 

MS 62-784 
Kansas City, Mo. University. £*»«jry 

cI e M0 T S IeCeiptS ' Ute 18th Rnd "*^ 19th ""t 
^Jjn University of Kansas aty Library, Snyder Collection of Ameri- 

MS 62-785 

Morton, #«. Emmett Crawford, collector. 
Morton collection, 1880-1961 
200 Items. 

MS 62-786 

Bass, Edward, "Bp n 1726-1803. 
Sermons. 
1 box. 
In-Episcopal Theological School Library (Cambridge, Mass.) 

MS 62-787 



Parker, Samuel, Sp., 1744-1804. 
Sermons, 
lbor. 
In Episcopal Theological School Library (Cambridge. Mass.) 

MS 62-788 

Cambridge, Mass. Episcopal Theological School. 

Trustees' minutes and other records. 

12 v. and lbox. 

m Episcopal Theological School Library (Cambridge, Mass.) 

MS 62-789 

Cornea University. New York State School of Industrial, 
and Labor Relations. 

Records of court cases, 1943-55 
Sboxes. 

collection! T ° rk StSte Seh001 " Labor and l»*"tnal Belations 

n n S e ^? r ? S °1 the ^"owJng cases: M E. Sandsberry Jr et al v» 
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Co etaL mSb-i . * nJZ t J? - 

r«S J^ES???, ?"* «»« Tnbe Co, et aL vs. Charte SawyS 

MS 62-790 

Evans, Henry Clay, 1843-192L 
Scrapbooks, 1888-1908. 

5ft 

In Chattanooga Public library 
*o£ n a^rZLy U £SLa f , Cn i ttano °g a . U. S. commissioner of pen- 

^ d ^la^£aTO^™^ -^ 

Card Index in the library *^™ 1 

GMt of Mrs. Joseph WUson Johnson, 1948 and 1852. 

M588-7B1 

RockweH Charles H 1827-1904. 

Papers, 1863-65. 

2 ft (ca. 1000 Items) 

In Historical Society of the Tarrytowns (Tarrytown. N T> 
.JSSSZ'SSL ^^noWnJurnals^ SooS; Income tax 
S^^f^V"^.^ V*"**- <">"**• ^eSrdsrtlraS 
2Sr^J^L the SS?Lf Afrhrne, and other papers relating to Bock- 

t-Mtf < J«?w5T&* ^ Htot0rt<al S^** <*«» Tarry- 
Gift of Mr. Bockweu, ca. 1900. 

MS62-792 

Taylor, James Paddock, 1872-1949. 
Papers, 1921-49. 
115ft 

In Vermont Historical Society collections. 
In part transcripte, 

««^^'^ d i r ^ wrf ^ Ver ™ M<a «> n *«ofOnnnjerce. Oor- 
responderice, diaries, pamphlets, mimeographed releases, and news- 

£JT '^^EL t ^ enSag I**"* ^*^^ MmSnotwoflsoofi 
^SS S? te 52?^" a i™- »™o«rt restriction, the IansTxralL the 
ft&SEfmL 5 ^ S 6 Sesojieentennial of lSS; and wa7mS5fai! 
Includes flies of the Vermont Chamber of Commerce. =™"=^- 

Gift of the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, I960. 

MS 62-793 

Monk, Joseph Amasa, 1847-1927. 
Papers, 1916-27. 
75 Items. 

M.^S 8 SSSSl. Hist ? ical Socie, y coltocaom (Tucson, Ariz.) 
Munk Library of Arlzoniana at the Southwest Museum inLoV An- 
gae^ Correspondence reUtlng to visits with Francis Cummins Lock- 
wood^IbUogranhles, and the donation of books; and iSsmSilS 
entitled History of Arizona literature. M- 

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Muter, William N h. 1860. 

Papers, 1880-1940. 

50 items . . 

In Arizona rioueers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Stagecoach driver. letters to the Arizona Pioneers' Historical 
Society containing historical information and biographical sketches, 
HSS entitled History of Charleston (1880), and The second install- 
ment of Copper Creek experiences, and other reminiscences dmcus- 
slng Geronimo, the history of Tombstone, Ariz, and Negro troops in 

AriMM - MS 62-796 

RothweD, Frank, collector. 

Political dippings, 1878-88 

2 v. 

In University of ' Missouri Library, Western Historical Manu- 
scripts Collection. 

Scrapbooks of clippings relating to political pl a t f orm s, speeches, 
currency and fn«~t«i conditions In the U. S, the tariff, and the 
sheep tax. Includes a reference to George G. Test. 

Gift of Mr. RothwelL 

MS 62-796 

Adams, Leonard Palmer, 1906- 



10 boxes. 

In New York State School of Labor and Industrial Relations col- 
lections. 

Study (1954) of what happened In Auburn, N. Y., when the Inter- 
national Harvester Company dosed its plant; working papers for 
Wartime manpower mobilization (1851), a study of the World War 
n experience In the Buffalo-Niagara, N. Y. area; and working papers 
for Commuting patterns of Industrial workers (1855), a study of 

experience since 1840 In the Northeast region. 

MS 62-797 



Hundley, Charles A 

Papers, 1841-1921. 

2438 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Commission agent and farmer, of Denniston, Va. Business and 
family correspondence and papers, of Hundley and of Daniel W. 
Owen, his son-in-law. Hundley's papers relate to his Btudent days 
at Emory and Henry College, a proposed expedition to California In 
1848-00, business dealings In the Midwest (loOTs), poat-Clvll War 
business affairs, and the settlement of Hundley's estate. Owen's 
papers begin about 1880 and chiefly concern politics and agriculture. 
Correspondents include EUaha E Hundley, Claude A. Swanson, and 
P. B. Owen. 

Card index In the library. 

Acquired. 1944. 

MS62-798 



Southard, Samuel Lewis, 1787-1842. 

Papers on the Quaker Separation, 1828-38. 
lbox. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) 

U. S. Senator, cabinet officer, and Governor of New Jersey. Cor- 
respondence, notes, lists of Friends, minutes, epistles, a history of the 
Quakers, an explanation of the Separation of 1827-28, and other 
papers, relating to the litigation between Hicksite and Orthodox 
Friends in New Jersey over property at the time of the Separation. 
Correspondents Include George M. Burr, Charles Swing, Edward 
Hopper, Isaac T. Hopper, Thomas McCUntock, Jediah Mlddleton, EU 
K. Price, and Charles Stokes. 

Card Index In the library. 

Gift of WllUam C Coles, Jr., 1954. 

MS 62-799 

Cornell University. Sea York State School of Industrial 
and Labor Relation*. 

Records of New York State agencies, 1941-50. 

6 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 

lGCtlOQB* 

Minutes of hearings and meetings of the following New York State 
m ii.iirmm wage boards: Amusement and Recreation, Beauty Service, 
Confectionery, Dry Cleaning, Hotel Service, Laundry Service^and 
Restaurant Service; Survey of procedures In the New York City offices 
of the Employment Service (April 1948) by the New York State Ad- 
visory Council on Placement and Unemployment Insurance ; and tran- 
scripts of hearings (1911) by the New York State Joint Committee on 
Industrial and Labor Relations on experience rating In unemploy- 
ment insurance compensation and on the regulation of picketing. 



Described in Guide to the records. Labor Management Documenta- 
tion Center, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations 
(I960) 

MS 62-800 



Lange, August Hermann Louis, 1864- 

Papers, 1885-1941. 

ca. 450 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

Lutheran minister and editor. Correspondence with individuals 
and organizations in Germany on matters of relief to war victims 
during the period Immediately following the close of World War i; 
papers related to the publication of the German magazine Die Abend- 
schule ; articles on the various publications of the L. Lange Publish- 
ing Company; congratulations on the dedication of the L Lange pub- 
lishing plant; copyrights on Issues of Die Abendschule; and sermons 
and short articles by Lange. The collection Is mainly in German and 
shorthand. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Anna and Hedwig Lange, 195S. 

MS 62-801 



Robson, Elizabeth (Stephenson) 1771-1843. 

Papers of Elizabeth and Thomas Robson, 1823-45. 

In Friends Historical Library of Svarthniore College. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) of orlginnls at the Friends 
House, Eustou Road, London. 

Letters of Elizabeth Robson, Quaker minister, and Thomas Rob- 
son. merchant of Liverpool, Eng., giving an account of thelrjourneys 
In Europe and America; transcript from a journal of their trip to ttie 
continent in 1831; and a genealogical chart of the Robson family. 

<&rd index in the library. 

Purchased from Edward Hall, 1955. Formerly owned by the 
Crewdson family. 

MS 62-802 



Pendleton, William Nelson, 1809-1883. 
Papers, 1798-1889. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
Confederate officer and Episcopal minister. Correspondence and 
other papers (mostly after 1837) of Pendleton and of his family. 
Many if the items are from the Civil War years and include military 
communications and references to promotions, personal rivalries, and 
criticism among Confederate officers. Other material concerns 
Pendleton's life in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland; Grace 
Episcopal Church (later, Lee Memorial Church), Lexington, Vs., dur- 
ing his tenure as rector; and (after 1870) his work in raising a 
Robert E. Lee memorial fund. 

Unpublished indexed description in the library. 
Purchased from the Misses Gadsden, 1957. 

MS 62-803 



Austin, William Claude, 1880- 

Papers, 1920-43. 

89 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer, banker, and Oklahoma State Senator. Correspondence, 
briefs, and legal case papers. Includes letters relating to the Okla- 
homa Planning and Resources Board, the Jackson County Court, 
Criminal Court of Appeals, District Court and the Supreme Court of 
the State of Oklahoma, electrification. Irrigation, reclamation, and 
taxation. 

MS 62-804 



Wood, Mary S (Underbid) 1805-1894. 

Wood correspondence, 1784-1874. 

ca. 200 items. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 

Quaker. Ca. 280 letters from prominent Friends to Mary, Wmiam, 
and Samuel Wood, concerning abolition, the Civil War, peace, fxeed- 
men, and Quaker activities. Also lndudes*itographs of prominent 
Friends. 

Card index In the library. 

Gift of David S. Taher m and Ruth Taber, 1848. Previously owned 
by William H. S. Wood and children. 

MS 62-805 



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Durant, William West, 1850-1984. 
Papers, 1860-1936. 
ca 300 items. 

ems of Mrs. Bromley Seder ana others. 18(56-59. 

MS 62-806 

M" 1 ?™* T ^ nreh - Province*. Northern Province. Pro- 
vmrial Elders' Conference. 

Records, ca. 1742- 

00ft. 

In Moravian Archives (Bethlehem, Pa.) 
at fllSSIlS^ST'y!? teeal weBrti ' »»*ner with records 
m^^S Cto _?5£L5l5!! 1,M!e ' ""^ of the Provlmaal Synods, 
Si^SSU?* «™"W«»te»e of the Provincial Helpers' Canfl£ 

2^i££££ii! m 5^2*-. Correspondent, lactone BteraDdand PaS 
n^altory* collection of retort, of Individual MoravtaHcngrega. 

Of™* toTestlgateiinnaer restrictions of the repository. 
Information on literary mats available in the repository. 

MS62-807 



Shaw family. 

Papers, 1737-1870. 
ca. 200 items. 

F»S?^Sf5S cal Ubnuy °* Swarthmore College. 

Family lettens giving accounts of dally life and customs of Orators 
ta Pennsylvania and Ohio, and of the hardsM psrf^ht^erV- w 
n^S^S^ «■*«»" (W^oTaW^^Xw ?and oust 
^S iJ^Ti ??*£ of *"» Heacock "n 4 Bawling, famfiS. 

Card Index and checklist In the library — w.*—™.™. 

61ft of Mrs. W. W. Keller and Emma B. Shaw, 1944 and earlier. 

MS 62-808 



Jenkins, Charles Francis, 1866-1951. 
Papers, 1865-1950. 
4ft. 

S.J2? 1 ? 8 5 st0 *! < * 1 "brary of Swarthmore College. 
n^^ te ^Ce^of^^^«»Sir^ 

faflS?- J?t^.T 5 lb ? cte: a ,<ra ™ al (U85 >- PWtably of J^nkta? 
SwfS;JS <, ,? e,,ealo8lcal ""J*™ "-the Jenkins andlrelated famSS 
The material Is related to the Ubrary-« JeiWnsTubSa^coUecUoa! 

r!haAlr1l»* I. «1 in 



Checklist In the library. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins; In part, in 1962. 



MS 62-809 



Coleman, Emma A 

Papers, 1889-1927. 

10 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Ubrary. 

MS 62-810 



_J B 

Business records, 1850-71. 

47 v. . 

In Colombia University libraries. 
051 wStaiS?' !S2!S and " ccon,,t b00ks <* J - «• Dickinson (1850- 

S&SSBSSSSSlggS 

MS 62-811 



Checote, Samuel, Indian chief. 

Papers, 1867-86. 

58 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal Chief of the Creek Nation. Correspondence, published 
fPeecbe^ published reports relating to inroblemTVf thTslaves^ed 
rLS ™E? ks ' "ewfiaPercUpplngs, and other papers pertaining* 
Creek politics. Inclndes Creek Nation coiistlttiHonal m^teriaL^ 

MS 62-812 



Lesueur, James Warren, 1878- 
Papers, 1874-1939. 
2 boxes. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson. Arltl 

Businessman. MSS. entitled JacobEUmSuTai^DosUe^tblsi 

flans. Mormon settlement In Navajo co^^Cbl?wS^Ha^ 

Smith : antobiographical notes, and other papers. ^^ ^^ 

MS 62-813 



Cohen, Wilbur Joseph, 1913- 
Papers, 1937-42. 
S boxes. 

tocttorST' T<Wk StSte Sch0 ° 1 °* Ind,,lrtrtal «"<» Labor Relation, col- 
Director of the Besearch and Statistics Bureau of the wi.~«.h, 

r!rS£ SSSES, " I "V!Sf are Dept^rra^teofn.e^SSS 
reports, pamphlet* and other material relating to aocnUaecnrte 
ladudespapers of the Social Security Advisory OwmS<Jw£aM 
sSSig^arT TOd " * t6da ' ,Cal « a Wa»Zai!er?of thT&Sal 
Gift of Mr. Cohen. 

MS 62-814 



New Tot* (State) State Advisory Council on Employment 
and Unemployment Insurance. 
Records, 1942-50. 



In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

annates of the meetings of the council, report, of the New York 
otate Dept of Labor on employment agencies and unemployment 
pamphlets on various aspects of unemployment Insurance, and other 
papers collected by Herman A. Gray while he was "frx-m m of the 
Advisory Council. 

Gift of Mr. Gray. 

MS 62-815 



Boyd, David Ross, 1853-1936. 

Papers, 1878-1936. 

586 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Educator. Correspondence, speeches, dippings, pamphlet, nro- 
grame, handbuis, other papers, and 176 photos. Including picturesof 
Oe first facnlty and scenes of the University of Oklahoma, the Roueh 
Riders Reunion In Oklahoma City (1910), and the dresTof the Gay 
Nlaettea. Includes a souvenir edition of the Norman transcript 
IJSSr'lLS'L o* Jonraal and proceedings of Ohio Teachers Exam- 
iner's •»*»oeMonwlth a list of members (1885-1916), and a History 
of Norman Presbyterian Church 1891-1921. i,"»«nuo«i 

MS 62-816 



Swartlimore College, Swarthmore, Pa. Friends' Bistorical 
Library. 

Disciplines and advices, 1704-1954. 

ca. 5 ft 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore Colleze 

In part, transcripts. 
tJ£ S - '"5? an J°^ te «' Printed disciplines sent out by the Baltimore, 
London. New York, and Philadelphia Yearly Meetings to sobordmate 

Checklist in the library 
Gifts. 

MS 62-817 



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Ash, Samuel Shim, 1829-1911. 

Ash-Schofield papers, 1828-1911. 

ca. 1 ft. (ca. 150 items) 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 

In part, transcripts. 

Businessman, Quaker minister, and reformer. Correspondence 
(largely of members of the Ash family) , marriage certificates, a will 
of Martha Schofleld, Quaker invitations, a memorial for Ash, and 
other papers. Concerns the life and customs of Friends In the 19th 
century. Correspondents include Jane Schofleld Ash, Samuel Ash, 
Elizabeth Powell Bond, Joseph A. tmgdale, Edward Hicks, John Jack- 
son, Alfred H. Love, and Henry Watson Wilbur. 

Card Index in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. G. Herbert Jenkins, 1940. Formerly owned by Mrs. 
James Dresser. MS 62-818 



Ruhland, Friedrich C T 1836-1879. 

Papers of Friedrich and Herman Euhland, 1864-1943. 

ca. 60 Items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts. , 

Lutheran clergymen. Papers of Friedrich Euhland include cor- 
respondence on local and congregational affairs, sermons, eiegetlcal 
notes, a fable called Raphaels Traenen, a biographical sketch, a few 
papers (1861) on his request for exemption from the draft, and photos. 
Papers of Herman Ruhland Include correspondence with William 
Gustave Polack concerning the liturgical trend In the church and 
gifts to the Institute; caricatures of leading figures In the Missouri 
Synod of the period 1880-1900; and a song Das Hebe Kreui. Most of 
the material is in German. The material is related to the repository's 
Walther col'ectlon. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

In part, gift of Th. Graebner, 1952. 

MS 62-819 



Zimmerman, Elmer Christian, 1896- 

Papers, 1927-53. 

ca. 450 items. "' ■ 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Lutheran clergyman and missionary. Correspondence, reports and 
opinions In a controversy over translating "God" Into Chinese, includ- 
ing material from the missionaries Edward L. Arndt, G. Gebhardt, 
G Lillegard, and M. Zschlegner, and the faculty of Concordia Theo- 
logical Seminary, St Louis ; correspondence of missionaries lu 
Nigeria concernloe the work with natives there; and minutes of the 
Missionary Board of the Evangelical Lutheran Synodical Confer- 
ence of North America and tbe Hoard for Foreign Missions of the 
Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Zimmerman, 1955. 

MS 62-S20 



Friends, Society of (SicJaite) Ohio Yearly Meeting. 
Kecords, 1755-1944. 

97 V. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 
Minutes (1813-1919) of the Yearly Meeting; and minutes (1858- 
64) of the Beaver Falls Monthly Meeting, minutes (1824-63) of the 
Beaver Falls Preparative Meeting, records of marrlagesand minutes 
(1828-51) of the Carmel Monthly Meeting, minutes (1868-73) of the 
Cope's Run Preparative Meeting, records of marriage and '"■"'"J* 
(1817-58) of the Deer Creek Monthly Meeting, minutes (1829-65) 
of the Freeport Monthly Meeting, minutes (1824-50) of the Grove 
Preparative Meeting, minutes and vital records (1828-64) of the Mld- 
dletown Monthly Meeting, minutes (1850) of the New Garden Monthly 
Meeting, minutes and vital records (1813-98) of the Plainfleld 
Monthly Meeting, minutes and vital records ( 1755-1932 ) of the Salem 
Monthly Meeting, minutes (1850-65) of the Salem Preparative Meet- 
ing, minutes (1828-1902) of the Salem Quarterly Meeting minutes 
and vital records (1758-1944) of the Short Creek Monthly Meeting, 
minutes (1839-1915) of the Short Creek Preparative Meeting, minutes 
(1828-1919) of the Short Creek Quarterly Meeting, minutes (182S- 
60) of the Stillwater Quarterly Meeting, minutes and vital records 
(1818-1923) of the West Monthly Meeting, and minutes (1839-59) of 
the Western Quarterly Meeting. 

Listed in the library's card catalog. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Deposited by the Ohio Yearly Meeting, 1937. 

MS 62-821 



Behnken, John William, 1884- 

Papers, 1897-1959. 

12 ft. (ca. 6500 Items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Lutheran clergyman and administrator. Correspondence and otter 
papers relating to Behnken's service as president of the Lutheran 
Church— Missouri Synod, concerning synod affairs, relations with 
Evangelical Lutheran Synodical Conference of North America and 
Lutheran World Federation, tbe Bad Boll theological conferences of 
the Lutheran Free Church in Germany, operation and policies of In- 
stitutions of higher learning affiliated with the synod, calling of fac- 
ulty members, matters of faith and life, missions, and foreign relief 
work; sermons (many In shorthand) ; notes taken in classes at Con- 
cordia Theological Seminary, St Louis ; congratulations on Behnken's 
75th birthday; receipts and entry passes from occupied Germany 
(1947) Material Is related to the repository's Theodore Conrad 
Graebner, Ludwlg Ernst Fuerbringer, and Lawrence Meyer collec- 
tions. 

Open to Investigators under repository restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In repository. 

Gift of Mr. Behnken, 1960-62. 

MS62-822rev 

Slade, William, 1807-1852. 

Papers, 1751-1929. 

2748 Items and SO v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Planter, of Wllllamston, N. C. Family and business correspond- 
ence, account books, memoranda books, daybooks, time books, court 
records, and other papers (chiefly 1800-65), of Slade and of several 
generations of the Slade family. The papers reflect the financial 
and the family affairs of a planter family of the antebellum South, 
and Include student letters from the University of North Carolina 
(1820"s and 1830"s), Mexican War and Civil War letters, legal papers, 
plantation records, and materials related to slavehoMlng and post- 
Olvll War agricultural advances. Correspondents and names men- 
tioned Include Braxton Craven, Ell Peal, Ebenezer Slade, Henry 
Slade, J. B. Slade, James Slade, and Jeremiah Slade 

Card Index In the library. Also described in Guide to the manu- 
script collections in the Duke University Library, by N. M. Tllley and 
N. L. Goodwin (1947) 

Acquired, 1933-58. 

MS62-823 



Papers, 1791-1867. 

103 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Merchant and shipowner, of New York City. Business corre- 
spondence and papers of Suckley and of his sons, George, John H, 
Butsen, and Thomas H. Suckley. The papers relate to Buckley's 
career as U. S. Representative of a Sheffield, England, business Arm, 
and later as an independent merchant Includes letters written .from 
Europe (1848), commenting on social life and customs and the revo- 
lutions of that year; papers dealing with U. S. foreign trade (ISSffs); 
and material concerning the activities of George Suckley, Jr. (1830- 
1869), as an Army surgeon (1858-65). 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1958. 

MS6S-824 

Terrell, James Wharey, 1829-1908. 

Papers, 1813-1908. 

2113 Items and 8 v. 

In Duke University library. _v-^- 

Buslnessmaa, of Webster, N. C. Correspondent accoum sheets, 
bills, receipts, deeds, contracts, summonses, and <o<te £•£•■* «*«; 
Ingto Terrell's work as business manager for William Holland 
Thomas, conditions among the Cherokee Indians is i North Carolina, 
the tanning business, merchandising, and wagon making. 

Card Index in the library. 

«<*•*** MS62-825 

Taylor, Thomas, of Warrenton, Va. 

Papers, 1862-1906. 

636 Items and 18 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Confederate soldier, farmer, writer, and Inventor. Correspond- 
ence, diary, writings, business papers, and scrapbooks. The bulk 
of the collection consists of Mse. of Taylor's short stories, poems, and 
novels and material concerning his unsuccessful Inventions. Other 
items relate to planting In Louisiana, life in the Confederacy, farming 
in Virginia after the war, and his unsuccessful literary career. In- 
cludes lettera of the Taylor family. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1955. MS 62-826 



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Johnson, William Samuel, 1727-1819. 

Papers, 1744-1817. 

ca. 3 ft (ca. 2000 Items) 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Statesman and Jurist Letters, letter books, diaries, legal docu- 
ments, and accounts, chiefly relating to Johnson's life before 1TBL 
Includes Johnson's diaries for the years 1787-71, when he was 
SXfSf 8 ^ J* 8 !! f S Connecticut In England, and extensive material 
relating to the Mohegan Case and the Susquehanna land dispute. 
Correspondents Include William Bayard, EUphalet Dyer, Benjamin 
Gate, Jared Ingrasoll, Richard Jackson, Stephen Mr* MltcfcenTwn- 

ST« 1 ? t S n L5 ffl,a,n SmMl ' "»""». Jonathan Trnmbult and 
rftMnnD Webster. 



Card catalog In the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Susan E. Johnson 

family, 1013. •»— »u 



in behalf of the Johnson 
MS 62-827 



Thomas, James, Jr„ 1806-1882. 

Business records, 1850-79. 

14066 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Tobacco manufacturer, of Richmond, Business and personal cor- 
respondence, orders, price bulletins, and other papers, relating to 
Thomas' tobacco business, the tobacco Industry in general, and the 
economic life of Virginia (lSSO's). Includes information on Thomas' 
namittnnce to the Virginia Baptist Seminary (now Richmond Univer- 
sity). Correspondents and persons mentioned include IL1L Curry, 
George Frederick Holmes, and Basil Manly 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1887. 

MS62-828 

Lance, WflKam L collector. 

Lance collection, 1877-97. 

75 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Correspondence, journal relating to Philip Henry Sheridan's trip 
to the Big Horn Mountains in 1877, and military orders of George 
Alexander Forsyth; letters of Emmett Crawford; and photos, of 
"""nary parts and the cavalry as accumulated by Wmiam L. lance 
and hoi wile. 

MS62-829 

Dyckman, States Morris. 

Papers, 1776-1806. 

ca. 1800 Items. 

In Boscobel Restoration collections (Garrison, N. Y.) 
«JES?'^ Ine _ nap ^3' wulcn Ascribe private life in Westchester 
County, New York City, and London, contain Information on trade, 
•lumping, tailoring bills, farm practices, etc, as well as the family 
™ «f .interrelated families of Dutch origin located In the Hudson 
BtverValley. Includes several letters of Wmiam Adam, Treasurer 
of Ordnance In England, and of William Cobbett 

MS62-830 

Kirkbride family. 

Papers, 1688-1849. 

125 Items. 

In BnckB County Historical Society Library (Doylestown, Pa.) 

In part, photocopies (positive) of originals in the Historical So- 
ciety of Pennsylvania. 

Land drafts, wins, deeds, and mortgages, of Bucks County and 
TfSL ^J'TO .?*&* "* ""antes, reports, and other records 
(1701-64) of the Falls Monthly Meeting of Friends; copies of papers 
relating to Pennsylvania colonial affairs; and papers of Mahlon 
Kirkbride, provincial commissioner of appeals for Bucks County 

Card catalog In the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift. 

MS 62-881 

Benton, Joseph Augustine, 1818-1892. 

Papers, 1847-99. 

2 boxes. 

In California State Library. 

Congregational minister and California pioneer. Correspondence, 
journal (1848-56), sermons, pictures, and other papers, chiefly 1847- 
k 5"?^™?, ""SiS?? "** tne Journal contains a record of the trip 
aboard the ship Edward Everett which left Boston on Jan. 11. 18*9. 
carrying 150 niembers of the Boston and California Mining and TraoV 
IngJolnt-Stoek Co, and gives names and considerable personal detail 
about each member. Includes a sermon on the early history of Sac- 
ramento. 



Card Index in the library. 

Gift of Elizabeth S. Benton, 1923. 



MS 62-832 



Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake,N. T. 

Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1772-1960 

ca. 200 items. 

In Adirondack Museum (Blue Mountain Lake. NY) 
«,J^ ra 3T , !? ,ce l d i ari ? (of Ma»rt« Callahan," John Henry H11L 
Eft t^w SL^i 1 "" 61 "SP 6 ™ lofOSSSmm at MueMoE 
S?vif^S^ tar ^"^ SJ. Cbestertown, Forge House at Old Forgt 
Forked Lake House, and Shaw House at Long Lake) • bnrtnti rS 

'EfcJ!££ b ZS%? a - ~ Me ™«^ t»D* ro^^ralSSfco^ 
Afflrondacka, residents, history, land, lumbering, and o^Taffabi 

"*• <j0 -' J " Frank Case, Livonia Stanton Emerson Wnnxn- iSrUrTTJ 
son (Ned Bnntllne), Lawrence family, Archibald Mclntyri tie Metht 
ZSH C 5 tt l5L at i'SE tn Creek ' Erne » t B - Nuspliger, Andrew Porteous. 
WoS£,an?w". L. Westenf™- *""* 7" ****** ** ^*™sl™ 
Purchase and gift. 

MS62-S33 

Colcord, Charles Francis, 1859-1984. 
Papers, 1885-1935. 

13 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

CMc leader and businessman. Correspondence (personal and busi- 
ness), autobiography, real estate and oO material, scrapbooks relating 
to Colcord's public life, deeds, leases, and ranching papers. 

MS 62-834 

Sieck, Louis John, 1884-1952. 

Papers, 1906-52. 

ca. 180 Items. 

In Concordia Historical Institnte collections (St Louis) 

President of Concordia Seminary, St Louis. Correspondence, ser- 
mons, and lecture notes. Bulk of the collection Is correspondence 
(1845-50) regarding Lutheran conferences In Germany, and corre- 
spondence relative to the Emergency Planning Council set up by the 
Lutheran Church to aid displaced persons. In English and German. 
Material Is related to the Institute's J. W. Behnken collection, Th. 
Graebner collection, and Bad Boll Conference collection. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available Id the repository. 

Gift, in part of Mrs. Sleek, 1953-55. 

MS 62-835 

Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod. Board for Foreign 
Mtmons. 

Becords, 1869-1958. 

ca. 775 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institnte collections ( St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

IHnutes and agenda of Board for Foreign Missions (1929-58) - re- 
SES. ^?S.^ n £!? n * — Commission for Foreign Language Mission 
W ?*t ( 2?°"^ ; nSjmta ' <M99-1910) of ConSissionte EstolaS 
and Latvian Missions; committee reports, reports of missionaries. 
nndanancM records of Immigrant Mission Commission; minutes 
(lB56)of Mission Finance Committee; minutes (1956) of Conference 
of Missionaries on Furlough; and minutes, reports, and letters, re- 
garding the Africa, Chinese, India, and European mission fields 
(1925-50). Includes clippings and photos, of foreign mission activ- 
ity. The materal Is related to the repository'E Board for Home Mis- 
sions In North and South America, and Synodlcal Conference Mis- 
sionary Board collections. 

Open to Investigators under repository restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In repository. 

Acquired 1955-62 through deposit of the board, and gifts of Board 
of World Missions, W. J. Danker, M F. Kretzmann, H. A. Mayer and 
J. T. Miller. 

MS 62-836 rev 



Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod. City Mission, Si. 
Low. 

Records, 1919-57. 

ca. 175 Items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Papers relating to the work of the Lutheran City Mission of 
St. Louis and to two of the directors of the mission work, Bev. F. W. 
Herzberger and Rev. W. H. Ellwanger. Includes minutes of meetings 
of the Lutheran Charities Association and the Lutheran City Mission 
Society; reports and financial statements from the mission; brief 
reports on progress of city missions In San Francisco, Los Angeles, 
Chicago, Ft Wayne, and Detroit; lists of patients visited at the 



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Lutheran Chnrch— Missouri Synod. City Mission, St. 
Louis. Records, 1919-57. (Continued) 

StLouis I n f i rmar y ; letters from contributors, and letters of thanks 
from people served by the mission. The material is related to the 
Institute's P. W. Herzberger collection. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available In the repository 

Gift of the Mission, 1956. 

MS 62-837 

Sillier, Wflhelm, 1801-1885. 

Papers, 1845-1934. 

ca. 600 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten), photocopies (positive), and 
microfilm (positive) 

Lutheran clergyman, educator, and church official Correspondence, 
sermons, sermon outlines, exegetical studies, biographical sketches, 
and photos. Includes material on mission work in Indiana, on the 
founding and early years of the Practical Seminary at Fort Wayne 
(now Concordia Theological Seminary, Springfield, HL), and on Con- 
cordia College, Fort Wayne. Correspondents Include Theodore Broom, 
Friedrich August Craemer, J. Dalb, A. Ernst, W. Pick, A. Francke, 

L. Frlcke, Friedrich Lochner, J. Ottesen, H. Saner, G Schaller Heln- 
rieh Christian Sehwan, Ch. Selle, J. Sieker, H. Wunder, and Friedrich 
Konrad Dietrich Wyneken. The material is related to the repository's 
Craemer, Lochner. Sleek, Walther, and Wyneken collections 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the repository 
,.^ In ""L 8 ^ of ^ *"nerbringer, H. A. Lieske, and the Prltzlaff 
library, 1951-60. 

MS 62-838 



Hankin,W £ 

Papers of W. E. Wanton and Harriet TT^Tilrin, 1881-1921. 

1 box. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Aria.) 
Correspondence relating to Almee Semple McPherson, John 
Slaughter, and various women's clubs; MSS. innin iWny; The BIsbee 
holdup and Its aftermath. The story of Patchy, The vanishing part 
of Tombstone, and Two views of the Grand Canyon; together with 
notes and other papers pertaining to ***™nn history. 

MS 62-839 

Fonrr, William, 1843-1935. 
Papers, 1855-1900. 

2 boxes. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

In part, transcripts. 

Papers relating to Fourr's life and experiences ranging from 
Jefferson City, Mo. to Arizona adventures, and mentioning Jack 
Swilling, the Baker and Weaver fight at Skull Valley, and buffalo 
hunting. 

MS 62-840 

Goldwater, Barry Morris, 1909- 

Papers, 1878-1940. 

TO items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

U. S. Senator from Arizona. Ca. 60 letters to and from the 
Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society relating to historical matters, 2 
account books from the Goldwater Store In Ehrenberg, Ariz, and 
MSS. entitled Court martial proceedings of Sylvester Mowry, Journey 
down the Colorado Elver, and Reminiscences of Barry M. Goldwater, 
along with an oath of allegiance (1878) sworn to by John C. Fre- 
mont in Yavapai Co, Ariz. 

MS 62-841 

Bureau of Vocational Information, New Tori. 

Records, 1915-32. 

38 boxes. 

In Kadcllffe College Library, Women's Archives (B-3) 

Correspondence, clippings, and questionnaires concerning occupa- 
tions for women and the requirements, advantages, etc. In such fields 
as art, business, law, nursing, social work, statistical work, and secre- 
tarial work. Material after 1926, when the Bureau was disbanded, 
pertains to Beatrice Doerschnlrs work on The woman secretary, a 
project Initiated under the Bureau. 

Tndwr 

Unpublished Inventory In the library. 

Acquired 1916. 

MS 62-842 



Erin-go-bragh. 

Records. 1894-1053. 

1 box. 

In BadciiiTe College Library, Women's Archives (B-10) 

Records of a group of girls who studied at Miss Ireland's School 
in boston and formed a club named Erin-go-bragh in 1&89. Meeting 
frequently for Tuneh, in 1314 they began a fund, later presented to 
Radcliffe College as the Catharine Innes Ireland Traveling Scholar* 
ship. Records consist of minutes of the annua] meetings, letters re- 
lating to the Ireland Fund, other letters, and biographical mat»ri»j 
concerning Emily Green Balch, Alice Bache Gould, and Catharine 
Innes Ireland. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Acquired, 1956. 

MS 62-843 
Mothers' Club of Cambridge. 

Records, 1881-1942. 

l-"> v. ami 8 folders. 

In Eadciiffe College library, Women's Archives (B-14) 

Records of the Mothers' Club of Cambridge, founded to discuss 
problems relating to their own children, bnt later broadened to in-' 
elude programs of a wider scope, such as conditions of the less privi- 
leged childrea of Cambridge, diet kitchens, domestic service reform, 
and other topics. 

Unpublished inventory in the library. 

Acquired, 1954. 

_ , MS 62-844 

Women s Educational and Industrial Union, Boston. 

Records, 1878-1955. 

11 boxes. 

In Radcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (B-8) 
../"J? . 1 "™?!' Bureau PaPe™ (3 boxes), consisting of reports, re- 
search in fields of employment, and some correspondence; Research 
Dept papers (2 boxes), consisting of research on domestic service, 
industrial opportunities for women and girls, old age security lam- 
grant women and their protection, and other matters : a history of the 

yfiT^ 1 "?,! 11 ^J* S - Aenes Donham : «"« printed matoW 
(6 boxes) relating to the work and operations of the various depart- 
ments of the organization from 1878 to 1920. 
Unpublished inventory in the library 
Acquired 1952-56. 

MS 62-845 
Herrick, Henry Nathan, 1832-1886. 

Papers, 1851-1956. 

ca. 500 items and 7 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Baptist minister. Correspondence, diaries (1857-70), sermons 
genealogical data, newspaper clippings and Civil War discharge 
papers. The bulk of the correspondence consists of letters (1864-65) 
written by Herrick as a chaplain with the 5th Minnesota Regt to 
his wife In Minneapolis. Although the letters place great emphasis 
on religion In army life they also contain descriptions of travel on 
troop ships, war damage, civilian life, Negro troops, army food and 
hospitals, battles, and marches. Includes a diary (1864-65) kept by 
Herrlck's wife Anna Strickler Herrick, a MS. by their son Charles 
Judson Herrick entitled Chronology of the Herrick family, 1629-1956, 
and genealogical material on the Herrick, Small, Strickler and 
Talbot families. 

Unpublished descriptions in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Charles Judson Herrick, 1956-57. 

MS 62-846 

Xaft, Robert Alphonso, 1889-1953. 

Correspondence, 1939-40. 

ca. 78,000 items. 

In Tale University Library. 

U. S. Senator from Ohio. Constituent mail concerning lend-lease, 
arms embargo, and American neutrality in World War n. The maS 
•J? r ?S' ed t° tne liDrai 7' s Committee to Defend America by Aid- 
ing the Allies, Lindbergh, and Dorothy Thompson collections. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the library 

Gift of Mr. Taft, 1940. ^^* 

MS6>$47 
Gilbert, Joseph, 1865-1956. 

Papers, 1886-1954. 

ca. 300 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Socialist and leader in the cooperative movement Correspondence, 
MSS. of articles and speeches, newspaper clippings, and other papers 
Most of the papers concern Gilberts activities in the cooperative 
movement in Minnesota. Includes an unedited transcript of an inter- 
view (1954) between Kathryn Johnson and Gilbert in which he dis- 
cusses his work In organizing the Nonpartisan League in Minnesota 
and his relationship with Arthur Townley. Correspondents include 
Elmer Benson, E. B. Bowen, David Douthlt, Hubert H. Humphrey 
Murray D. Lincoln, Joseph Moravec, Arthur Smaby, M W Thatcher 
3. P. Warbasse, and Frank P. Zeidler. ' 



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Gilbert, Joseph, 1865-1956. Papers, 1886-1954. (CeoHnned) 



Unpublished description In the repository 
Gift of Caroline Barron, 1980. 



MS 62-848 rev 



Nyeum family. 

Papers, 1825-1900. 

9538 items and 39 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence and mercantile papers (chiefly 1840-90) of John 
Nycum and John Q. Nycum, of Ray's HiU, Pa., and of other members 
of the Nycum family. The collection relates to general merchandising, 
tanning, the sale of mineral water, and other matters, and includes 
letters from members of the family in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and 
other places ; papers of Bedford Co, Pa., teachers (1850's) ; and per- 
sonal letters written during the Civil War 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1951. 

MS 62-849 
Oaksmith, Appleton. 

Papers, 1840-1949. 

2040 Items and 25 v. 

In Dots University Library. 

In part, microfilm (negative) 

Adventnrer^nthor, shftoroer, and Industrial promoter, of Holly- 
S vLSSIT 11 ** news elttPtags. and other papers, con- 
^25l ( ^Si" tll8 J , S5 ess ^"reTrSva to Africa^* Sorfh 
America, William WMker and the Nlcaraguan filibuster (1855-SSl 
ES^rSS 1 ^ °* O** 810101 <"•<• ^ Parents, Seba Smith andmSa- 
i!»terS , fay^iaWs lth • ""* toBDy Mttm The tm* of the 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1937-57. 

■„-'„"- MS62-S50rev 

Bacon, Henry Douglas, 1817-1883. 

Business records, ca. 1766-1906 
ca. 40W) items. 

tJS^^i.^S'*- t , Bmia * ss «> r «sP<»"ien« and other papers, 
relating to the banking firms of Page & Bacon and Pas*. Bacon * i?n 
S^ »' ^ OWo and Misslsslpli EaiiCa7h«.d^Slon?in 

- ®" mn,ary "Port and catalog cards In the library 
aJ*E££ fl J°P e ?'?2 was Wirchased from Edwin Grabhorn, 1945 ; 
the Marengo material from Charles Tale's Bookshop, 1944 

„_. MS62-851 

Shipstead, Henrik, 1881-1960. 

Papers, 1913-53. 

21 ft. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

U. S. Senator from Minnesota. Correspondence, sneeches scran. 

*E£SL '' ^ d , cam P ai S n material. The papers contain l£ 

SSKSL?" 1 T aI e'eeWflcation, improvement of tteliavigatlon of 
dtv^^V^ Te r, (in PS"™ 1 ^. the nine-foot chan1>2 wSeefarS 
rSSSS^ir^f VPP ? S"" 01 " at "Weapons) the World Court, 
the League of Nations, the United Nations, World War x World War 
n, foreign afflairs, construction of th^St Lawren" Seaway ^the 

l£T^XL P T* -V"-^ *• Non^san^2go?ir!^h^ 
so^agncultural conditions, the Public Works Adra^traUonTthe 
Office of Price Administration, the Brettor, Woods M^aryTJaS and 

jSS^,.]^ Shi ^ d V 0, - rtituents dnrtn S •»•» senatorial career. 
^ES^??*" 6 .i""^"* 5 Wil »am E. BorahrHomer S. Cummlngs, 
%$EZ ^"ft*. WUi««» Green, Harold L. Ickes, Robertl? La- 
J. Thyt Lindbergh, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Edward 

Unpublished description in the repository 
2^i°,' nTesti8a ' ops,1I,der restrictions acceptedbythe repository " 

rJfZFS**"**?? "*?*** rienti available in tne repository " 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Shipstead, 1953-51 «»«™-«j.^ 

I MS 62-852 

Tavenner, Cabell, 1808-1849. 

Papers, 1784-1929. 
3000 Items. --."-.-. 
In Duke University Library - 

Lawyer and Virginia legislator, of Wood CtC, Va. fnow W Va.) 
O««^oiidence, land surreys, land grants, leases. arS^aSeT 

SE^S? ^L^SS^ii™ 4 ■"* ^leiander Scott Wltherst^tnor. land 
ea^^aperaesneern the land holdings and litigation of the TaTenner 
SHL i . < £ n £J? a,,e ? I 61 ** 6 *° <Mai TaVennert student aayTat 
Je«erBonCol^ and the University of Virginia, Iiineg^wartlee; 
E^tw'SS? "'iS artatel ""Rations to TeistlonaltJons^tne^and 
to New Orleans oaring the Olvn War perlodTl^lltteal affairBTenSt- 



ment of Northern and Southern members of the Withers family on 
opposite sides, family affairs, education, and other matters. 

Card index In the library. Also described in Guide to the manu- 
script collections In the Duke University Library, by N. M. Tiller and 
N. L. Goodwin (1947) 

Acquired, 1933. 

MS62-S53 

Telfair, Edward, 1735-1807. 

Papers, 1762-1831. 

896 items and 3 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Merchant, member of the Continental Congress, and Governor of 
Georgia. Personal, business, and political correspondence and other 
papers, concerning Telfair's mercantile interests, his legal work, the 
Revolution In Georgia, the Georgia patriots, planting in Georgia, 
especially rice and tobacco, the Creek Indians in the 1780*8 and 1790*8, 
alavebolding and economic conditions in Georgia, land speculation 
and settlement, the establishment of the Federal Government, politics 
during the 1790's. Telfair's administration as Governor, and Ameri- 
can foreign trade with Great Britain. Bulk of the material is of the 
period 1771-1807. Includes scattered letters from many Georgia 
patrtotsand politicians including Abraham Baldwin, Joseph Clay Sr 
Seaboard Jones, Jr, and others. «»"»«u im-/, or, 

^SSJ^ilLS* "I 1 ™?- ~ Atoo ParHaUy described in Guide to the 

Acquired, 1940-60. 

MS 62-854 

Chaney, Warren P 

Papers, 1864-1935. 

54 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence, memoirs, recollections, allotment records clln- 
pm f s '.£ nd °^ et papen ' bating to Indian Territory events of the 
early 20th century, and reflecting Chaneye experiences while travel- 
ing through the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations as head of the Choc- 
tew-Chlekasaw Allotment Division of the Dawes' Commission (1801- 
09). Includes Civil War papers. ^^' 

MS62-855 

Settle, Thomas Lee, 1836-1920. 

Papers, 1795-1949. 

3951 items and 215 v. 

In Duke UniversttyLibrary. 
^Physician and Confederate surgeon, of Paris, Va. Correspondence, 
travel journal, bills, prescriptions, deeds, receipts, records of land 
sales, and other paper (chiefly 1820-1900), concerning Settle's medi- 
cal career, his Interests In stock raising and farming, events In Vir- 
ginia. (1861-62), the Confederate medical service during the Clvn 
war, activities of military units, and other matters. Includes letters 
from Robert H. Simpson, an officer of the 17th Virginia Infantry 

Card Index In the library. ■*»■««. «n»ry. 

"- Acquired, 1955. 

MS 62-356 

Sheek family. 

Correspondence, 1767-1939. 

2940 Items. 

In Duke University Library. " 

Chiefly letters (mainly 1850-69) to members of the Sheek family 
of North Carolina, from relatives who had migrated to Kentucky, 
Tennessee, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, and Texas. The letters relate to 
religion in the West economic conditions, ftntaing on the frontier 
Texas during the 1840's, 1850% and MOD'S, sectional strife, CM! 
War experiences, and conditions In the Confederacy and after the 
war. Names mentioned Include Jacob Sheek and Jonathan Smith 



MS 62-857 



Card Index In the library. 
Acquired, I960. 



Sheppard, James, 1816 (oa.)-1870. 
Papers, 1830-89. 
1539 Items. 
In Duke University Library. 

f»^5!£~ n JS^£ ■* Han<>T « °°? ▼«- Oorrespondence, accounts. 
* a J« !t ™».and other personal and business impera, retaHng to Shep- 
pard*s plantations-^ Virginia, Arkansas, and Mteiiarppirthe New 
£3S£ ^S m, ? ret « nd the English airiltoop^ 
holding, socUfland economic conditions prior to the Civil "War, i>ro> 
ertyjtases during the war, and family matters. Includes medical 
accounts of Dr. Joseph Sheppard. ^^ ^^ 

Card Index In the library 

Acquired, 1938-52. 

" MS62-858 



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Virginia Federation of Women's Chris. 

Secords, 1907-58. 

5 boxes. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Minutes, reports, scrapbooks, yearbooks, handbooks, programs, 
club histories, notes, newspaper dippings, and other material. In- 
cludes notes of Etta Belle Walker Northiugton tor her book, The 
Virginia Federation of Women's dubs and an Incomplete file (1926- 
58) of the Virginia club woman. 

Accession analysis is the library. 

Gift of the Virginia Federation of Women's dobs, 1960. 

MS 62-859 



Shover family. 

Papers, 1789-1854. 

ca. 450 items and 12 v. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Correspondence, ledgers (1820-23), daybooks (1821-22 and 1825- 
26), commonplace book, account book, promissory notes, receipts, and 
other papers of the Shover family of Loudoun Co., Va. and Carroll 
and Jefferson Counties, Ohio. The bulk of the material consists of 
the papers of George Shover, teacher and mill operator, and papers 
relating to the administration of the estates of Adam Shover and 
Simon Shover. 

Accession analysis In the library. 

Gift of the Historical Society of Montana, 1960. 

MS 62-860 



Sickles, Daniel Edgar, 1819-1914. 

Papers, 1856-1912. 

22 Items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Army officer, u. S. Bepresentative from New York, and diplomat 
letters from Sickles to William A. Weaver of Harper's monthly con- 
cerning publication, political events before the Civil War, and Becon- 
structlon; administrative telegrams of Sickles (Jan. 1866) while mili- 
tary governor of South Carolina; and a letter press book (1899-1912) 
with information about Sickles' role in the Civil War, his personal, 
business, and financial affairs, his admiration for President James 
Buchanan, New York City politics, U. S. Imperialism and foreign 
relations after the laws, North-South relations after the Civil War 
and Civil War veterans' activities. 



Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1933-58. 



MS 62-861 



Stomp family. 

Papers, 1788-1903. 

1255 items and 3 v. 

In Duke University Library. 
. Correspondence and business papers of the Stump family of Har- 
ford County, Md., especially of William Stump, and of the related 
HoUoway, Harlan, Bamsay, and Belley families. Most of the letters 
deal with family affairs, social activities, and religion, including com- 
ments on the Society of Friends, and scattered references to n»Hnn«i 
politics, naval operations during the 1840-8, and the Civil War In- 
cludes daybooks, one of which belonged to a tavern keeper. Bulk of 
the material is of the period 18S0-95. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1951. 

MS 62-862 



Stoat, Samuel Hollmgsworth, 1822-1903. 

Papers, 1842-1911. 

40 items and 5 reels of microfilm. 

In Duke University library. 

In part, microfilm (negative) 

Physician. Correspondence, reports, Stout's Begister of physicians 
and surgeons of the Confederate States Army, and a class notebook 
stout's days In medical school at the University of Pennsyl- 
Includes information on sicknesses common to Con- 
-^irate soldiers, and on conditions in Confederate hospitals • Stout* s 
letters and reports as Medical Director of the Army of Tennessee - 
2! Pr ?S? n re of otner Confederate surgeons; and information on 
the difficulties of medical practice during the later days of the war, 
Monts post-war activities, and his Interest in the history of Con- 
federate medical administration. Bulk of the material is of the 
period 1861-65. * 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1952- 

MS 62-863 



South-worth, Emma Dorothy Elizs. (Nevitte) 1819-189$ 

Papers, 1849-1901. 

342 items. 

In Dnke University library. 

Novelist Literary, business, and personal correspondence, together 
with a few newspaper dippings relating to Mrs. Southworth's career 
A series of letters to and from Bobert Bonner, editor of the New York 
Ledger, relates to literary matters, the publication of Mrs. Sontia- 
worth's writings, other business matters, Mrs. Southworth's dleoais 
for the Confederacy, personal and family matters, and Bonner's race 
horses. 



MS 62-864 



Card index in the library. 
Acquired 1937, 1958. 



Stevenson, Sarah Coles, 1789-1848. 

Correspondence, 1836-41. 

191 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Ambassador's wife. Letters from Mrs. Stevenson to her family 
wnile her husband, Andrew Stevenson, was Ambassador to Great 
i? ta ?' J re ?? tlDg to pl&ces Tisltea . Persons met, and social functions 
attended. Includes accounts of Stevenson's presentation at the Court 
of St James, a presentation at the Court of Louis Philippe, a visit 
to Lord Palmerston'B estate, the coronation of Queen VIctoriaTcelebra. 
5.°ir°J,. the * oeen 8 birthday, and meetings with the Queen, the Duke 
of Wellington, and Frances Anne(Fanny) Kemble. .^ m °° Ut "*" x "™ 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1944, 

MS62-865 
Steuart, George Hume. 

Papers of George Hume Steuart, Sr., and George Hume 
Steuart, Jr., 1817-82. 

275 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Personal letters, together with a few bins, receipts, and army 
papers, of General George Hume Steuart, Sr, Commander of the 1st 
Light Division of the Maryland Volunteers, and his relatives, lndud- 
ing his son. Confederate General George Hume Steuart, Jr, also 
known as "Maryland" Stenart Includes Information on the Mexican 
War, nreCMl War army politics, the military careers of both 
Steuarts, the Whig Party in Maryland and the United States events 
leading to the outbreak of war, railroads in Maryland, secession 
sentiment in Maryland, Maryland social life and customs, and the 
activities of the Steuart family. Bulk of the material Is of the 
period 1847-6L 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1958. 

MS 62-866 
Stebbins, Laura W 

Correspondence, 1852-84. 

800 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Schoolmistress. Family and personal correspondence of Miss Steb- 
bins, who taught in Mississi ppi during two periods before the Civil 
War, and who, for a time, operated her own school in Springfield, 
Mass. Contains information on curriculum, teachers' pay and living 
conditions In Ohio; discussions of the relative merits of Northern and 
Southern teachers for Southern schools ; and allusions to the Camp- 
belllte sect A few letters from Eugene Dow, friend of the Stebbins 
family who was connected with the Commissary of Subsistence at 
Norfolk, Va., and the Bureau of Betugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned 
Lands, relate to the standard of living, education, and cltizenshin 
status of the Negro. 

Card Index in the library. 
Acquired, 1942. 

MS 62-867 

Staunton, Sir George Leonard, Sort., 1737-180L 

Papers of George Leonard Staunton and George Thomas 
Staunton, 1743-1885. 

484 Items and 8 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Letters and papers of Sir George Leonard Staunton, British diplo- 
mat and of his son George Thomas Staunton, author and expert on 
China. Papers of the elder Staunton consist mainly of family letters, 
with a few items relating to his diplomatic career. Papers of George 
Thomas Staunton include letters and diary accounts relating mainly 
to his journey with his father and Earl Macartney on the first British 
mission to China in 1792-94, his second voyage to China as head of a 
mission In 1816, and his career in the House of Commons in the 1880*8, 
with considerable Information on the elections of 1832 and 1885. 
Travel journals of the younger Staunton extend from the 1790'i to 
thelS40*s. 



Card index in the library. 
Acquired, I960. 



MS 62-868 



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State Bank of Colombis. 

Records, 1852-1933. 
40,752 items and 100 v. 
In Date University Library 

economic conditionc in vii-1,,1. Iv J ne ""lection relates to 

largess SSaiSSSte-'^So^rfS.^" fS^^. ^valry of 
activities SssShSS of bank deposits, and small business 
nSS^SSnte^SSS?*- Inmberin S. tout growing, and goS 

baZ & GrS? < CoolS^^taHof CO NSni lfl2 ^ !S) of *•**" 
James Cannon. Jamesa S»tf^ w 5 Names men aoned Include 

Card i»«E?ln^lLS^^gK tottaE^* 8 "* 

Acquired, 1944-54. 

MS 62-869 

Stale?, John W 

Papers, 1814-1903. 

800 Items and 7 v. 

In Duke University library 

Daniel L. Staley, and of theto- fl™7?r^>, bte brothers, Eborn and 
affaire, economic condMoSr rh?Siii? e . co H ecHo11 r61ates to ^n"? 
atTnaS^ssnT^s a£d umS ^,£ totere8t to >^» 
Car<>!lnaan4TliSii^L^ir?: e) V lnUltary "^^ In North 

«SSota5iiS^aSSM!±£y!ff fJ**^ War ' fl- 
ans Daniel L. StaKlSiiSrS^' "J."* * Bi,, « Becoastrucaon, 

CMlWar7 Ltatote E te^^? iaU, ! g *S *«"<«* after tte 

the Erans-kSpS w2? U7es to "* 0M N «tt™wt and 

Card Index in tie library. 

Acquired, 3959. 

MS 62-870 

Barie, Preston, 1881- collector. 

Papers, 1627-1846. 
59 Items. 

**£3E£F2££&Z* I £'Z^ ***». Patent ., 

Bahama Islands from Prat« ntobiTS?^ recovery of the 
■UHHa (1777), SEoVai ^of tat U S ConVES^? a S all «ZlrgInta 
Southern Department (17B01 .n*. iL Con ^ neDt al Army from the 
the prorognlnTof ParWnt nmo^.-T"" 8 : E «"™»»«»toii 'or 
James KI?ke PaSdw 0846? l a£Lj£L~ t *T$ Jaj »«*°TO. by 
Adams; William CI ffi; ^EJMS^J&Sg 

Tth Baron Fairfax- STif" 11 ™* Fairfax; Eobert Fairfax, 

Jordan; Benjamin Une^ CtaS?.??^' ? e ' er person ; Samuel 
EandolphTcS-les SpenSr" «£,% ^ Preston; Beverley 
Thornton. spencer, 8d Earl of Sunderland; and William 

MS 62-871 

Allen, Robert Henderson, 1817-1900 

Papers, 1850-1910. 

106 items. 

j'P.Z'rs'a'a Historical Society collections 
i-WnEyr sS^S-jLSf 1 0aks > ^*°*™S Co., Va. Cor- 
SB). ffiarFbooks US9olffi> TT* ""^ (185c ^. ^~ 

the rental of Oral OakTto JrJE^FL? r tt f, FreednKsrs Bureau; 
ters. Indu^e S ^rn? a S»^ite^H^ l ?? n ^ len ' "ft* other "^ 
include person Bag^X? ££VS£i~ v^c^na^ 

^Ln<^iSL Jam SiS <lrew I Har *'. J- B. Harris, Lewis Maury 

teflducte/DoS. »y Henderson (1892-1900) and indexes to 

Collection has been analysed. 
Deposited by Frank B. Allen and George E. Allen, 1960. 

MS 62-872 



Haas, Francis Joseph, Bp., 1889-1953. 
Papei-s. 1904-59 

71ft 

Profan^n??^" 3 ' 0f America Elections. 
auSrir^nla^retaS^Co^Sr/ * labor «*»"*- «* 
reports, 'Mm.wSLS^tJ^SSS^JS^ 1 '- Bpeech& - 
activities as chairman of tte P^lS^JJ™ J? n ^ in|r *° Haa8 ' e 
ment Practice duriuTworM w^,r ^i™ mml ? e t on Pair Employ- 
mittee on Civil RStscS-chSr^S ?f i^ ° f ^ e >«<*»g«» Com- 
ance In America, meBto*^TS^.«L^,?Z? aal a « aInst I»toler. 
and member of V^SS^iS^SSSSS^SS' AtoliBlstraa ^ 

jaS^Mnn DbXm " 1 ChanCery 0f Grand ^'^ (Michigan), 1954, 

MS 62-873 

Staples, Afaram Penn, 1793-1856 

Pap«rs, 1805-1931. 

638 items and I v. 

In Duke University library 

State legislator and clerk of court of Stuart v« rv, 
ence, tax account boot nTsr\ t»j .t Stuart, va. Corresnond- 
of Staples; ^L^dJof 'ihSm ?« "I? 61 ? (ciiefly 1833-i 91 3) 
fessorof iaw It WaSSSon atd^e nnfve^ 1 * 8 i^ 58 -^^). Pr<i 
daughter, Harris DeJarnetteltenS- »„TS "?li of nis ereat "S ran| i- 
family. The collectton^ates to ttt' .tSS- ?» °? er men,bere of the 
University of North °CarollS h°is ^ca^'? ?"*%%■*** 

^ ti Sm f TlSe a c^n| D |a^hSi144' ^^S 
Stap.es USSS-19*), an"! f^V%J^^^ e £?£ g£ 

Washfn^C ( ^auT r SfdT™ tS « aIld 1 ames °»^tioned include 
^dT?eSin^^ d G° JSttSgtSSSlS'ZgZ 

Acquired, 1933-57. 

MS 62-874 rev 

Sonthgate, James, 1832-1914. 
Correspondence, 1794-1935 
1792 items and 9 v. 
In Duke University Library 

ssssHasBsafissa?- 



Card Index in the library 
Acquired. 1944-59. 



MS62-€75 



SouK, Pierre, 1801-1870. 

Papers, 1841-64. 

44 items. 

In Duke University Library 
aJPSSi VMtiflzn. ua& diplomat Personal and business letters 
™5J£?^ J ncm(les 22 Personal letters to Henri Bemy, S^M's llw 
Partner, relating to legal cases, political affaire, luHcavWeTta tte 

SSp W ,7iwr^, relaU0 Sv 0f tte O^ederacy, Ind the FederalScci 
n£Z,T t^ < £^l- ?*** lettere oont » ta Jnformation mcoS- 

Card Index In the library 
Acquired, 1957. 

MS 62-876 

Somers, William D 

Papers, 1817-1907. 

546 Items. 

In Duke University Library 

Card Index in the library 
Acquired, 1S37. 

MS 62-877 



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Thompson, Henry J H 6. 1832. 

Papers, 1862-65. 

258 Items and 2 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Union soldier. Personal letters and diaries. Letters concern 
Thompson's reactions to Southern institutions, morals among Union 
soldiers, the demoralization of camp life, illnesses among the soldiers, 
political activities in army circles, conditions In the camps, dally ac- 
tivities, the use of Negro troops, Thompson's garrison dnty in North 
Carolina, and military activities along the North Carolina coast. The 
diary, written mainly during the last year of the war, is similar In 
content to the letters. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 18*4, 1955. 

MS 62-578 



Siebold, PhBipp Franz yon, 1796-1866. 

Papers, ca. 1822-60. 

2 ft. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Physician, explorer, and author. Notes, memoranda, and frag- 
ments of Slebold's writings, on the language, history, customs, geology, 
flora and fauna of Japan, Formosa, and Korea, together with meteor- 
ological observations. 

Transferred from the Dept of State, 1848. 

MS 62-879 



Drennan, Daniel O ca. 1840-ca. 1905. 

Papers, 1861-1904. 

6 ft (4750 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part transcripts. 

As cleric to General Philip H. Sheridan, from 1865 until the gen- 
eral's death in 1888, Drennan gathered materials on Sheridan and 
other Northern and Southern Civil War commanders. The collection 
contains copies of letters, telegrams, and documents, as well as clip- 
pings, pamphlets, magazines and newspapers, some original letters, 
reports, notes, war diaries, memorabilia, prints and etchings. In- 
cludes two drafts of annual reports submitted to the Secretary of 
War by William T. Sherman as General of the Army, dated 1877 and 
188S, the former giving much detail on the Nez Perce uprising and 
other Indian campaigns. Among the memoirs are those of General 
Grenvllle M. Dodge, concerning Sheridan, and an account by Colonel 
A.S. Tracy of the Battle of Cedar Creek. 

Unpublished finding aid In the Library. 

Gift of Mrs. Charles H. Kneessi, 1846. 

MS 62-880 rev 



Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Logbooks, 1711-1939. 

ca. 25 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Logs of the following vessels: Atalanta, Betty, Britannia, Charles- 
ton, Dragon, Du Boy d*Engagement Flying Duck, Francis Palmer, 
Franklin, George, Godfrey, Greyhound, Hannah, Jersey Galley, John, 
Julia Castner, Lexington, Mary, Morning Light, Neptune, Old Colony, 
Robert Sally, United States, and Young Mary Galley. Includes a 
flight logbook of U. S. Marine Corps aviators; and books of ships' re- 
ceipts and expenditures, invoices, and musters. 

Separately described in Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1948) 

Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-881 



Eaves, Nathaniel Ridley, 1798 (ea.)-1873. 

Papers, 1816-68. 

224 items; 

In University of South Carolina, South Carolinlana Library. 

Lawyer, planter, legislator, and soldier. Correspondence, accounts, 
diplomas, commissions, and other papers, chiefly concerning the Mexi- 
can War, and the Palmetto Regiment in which Eaves served during 
the war. Includes a letter from John C Calhoun (1848) discussing 
national politics, and a pardon (1865) from Andrew Johnson for 
Eaves' service for the Confederacy. Other correspondents include 
Pierce Mason Butler, James Cantey, B. G. M. Dunovant Adley H. 
Gladden, David Johnson, Cyrus D. Melton, and N. J. Walker. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

CM&. 1958. 

MS 62-882 



GrinneD, George Bird, 1819-1938. 

Papers, 1870-1923. 

ea-12ft (729 items) 

In Southwest Museum Library (Los Angeles) 

Naturalist, conservationist, and ethnologist. Correspondence, 
diaries, MSS. of GrinneU's books and articles and those of other 
ethnologists, field notes, notebooks, and other papers relating to 
Indians, particularly the Cheyenne, Blackfeet and Pawnee, and to 
the Western United States, Including exploration, mountain men, 
forts, Indian wars, reservations, national parks, and natural history 
of the area. Includes a compilation of Cheyenne vocabulary which is 
usable as a dictionary. The material is related to the Museum's 
Frederic Webb Hodge collection. 



Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Frederick Webb Hodge, 1838. 



MS 62-883 



Dodson, Edward Griffith, 1884- 

Papers, 1923-56. 

17,800 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Lawyer, banker, politician, Virginia legislator, and State official. 
Correspondence, reports, publications, and other materials, concerning 
Dodson's position on the Virginia Conservation Commission (1926- 
S4) ; Harry Flood Byrd and his campaign for governor (1925) ; and 
Dodson's books, The Capitol of the commonwealth at Richmond 
(1938) , The General Assembly of the commonwealth of Virginia 1918- 
1938 (1938), and Speakers and clerks of the Virginia House of Dele- 
gates (1856). 



Accession analysis in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Dodson. 1860. 



MS 62-884 



Virginia. Treasurer's Ofiee. 

Miscellaneous papers, 1838-1918. 

ca. 1700 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Correspondence and other papers (chiefly 1871-1918) relating to 
the Lee Monument Association, the Page family, and other matters. 
Includes deeds, contracts, proposals, and other material (1879-91) 
concerning the Lee Monument Association and Us work In financing 
and erecting the equestrian statue of Robert E. Lee in Richmond ; 
financial papers and marriage agreement of Thomas Nelson Page; 

an autobiography of Rosewell Page, a partial MS. of his comic opera. 
The Groom of Sack-Posset and unidentified literary MSS.; and cor- 
respondence of S. Bassett French concerning Pocahontas (1875). 

Accession analysis in the library. 

Transferred from the Treasurer's Office, 1960. 

MS 62-885 



Hunter, Robert Mercer Taliaferro, 1809-1887. 

Correspondence, 1820-76. 

875 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

V. 'S. Representative and Senator, and Confederate legislator and 
official, of Essex Ca, Va. Chiefly letters to Hunter. Includes a few 
drafts or copies of Hunter's letters. 

Card file and accession analysis in the library. Partially published 
In the ATmnwi report of the American Historical Association for the 
year 1916, v. 2, edited by Charles Henry Ambler (1918). 

Gift of P. Stephen Hunter, ca. 1916. 

MS 62-886 



Zehnder, John C 1870-1968.. 

Business records, 1890-1947. . •■ - , 

6ft "■----- 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer' and businessman. Correspondence, cashbooks, policy reg- 
isters, loan book, ledger, and trial balance book, covering Zehnder's 
interests In real estate, insurance and the firms with which he was 
associated. Includes the articles of incorporation of the Chevra 
Mic h ins Congregation of St Paul Companies represented include 
the W. F. Moritz^FIre Insurance Agency (1890-1905) , Montz, Powers, 
and Zehnder (1905-08), Powers and Zehnder (1908-10), John a 
Zehnder (1910-47), and the Hanover Fire Insurance Co. of New York. 

Unpublished description In the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Zehnder and Mrs. A. B. Seder, 1955-60. 

MS 62-887 



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Morrison, William, d. 1837. 

Business records, 1804-55 
5 reels of microfilm. 

Illinois State Historical Library ^ (IU) PabUc LibraI 7 <">« the 

blotted f££5^^£^ %2£ Ex** « •— ). 
of the firm of Bryan and Mo7r^^ D t n X'!- 1 „ toseU ' er wltt "**«>* 
d.se business in Kaskasakia andotbS t^,« ? S? e 8enena n>«=han- 
consin, and MlssouiTsbiprtnl fuTleaTlL JS 5 ' IodtoM . Wls- 
Philadelphia. Includes r^X w t h t' M^ ^ t? Pr0dUCtS * 
who carried on somfmSdS actfvS^^ *"*>** Eobert - 
tractor. One ledger ws/kept by WlllSnT M„~,i, , 7 Ui * mail con - 
farmer and merchant William Morrison's son Lewis, a 

Unpublished finding aids in the repository. 

MS 62-888 

Harrison, Benjamin, Pres. U. S., 1833-1901 

Papers, 1787-1938. 

ca. 165 ft. (ca. 60,000 items) 

In S^S ** C 00 *™™. Manuscript Division. 

Sr?^^ nSCrip £i I,,J PnotocoPiw (negatrre) 
*™^&^^*'*Z£™^^ ledger, 
books, memorials, printedrSSLrf. r.^"' 1, "**<*»*< articles, scrap- 
rial related to^ CT^aTSS™ D iS2 Bor S Ula - MuS mat£ 

Lou* T. Micbenef^U^TtltSw^ ^l^SSS 

Information on literary rights available in the iihr»rv 
-^SSir^3SaaM?^5r Harrison 

151 reels. _1CCr0filmCOPy ( ne S ative ) 

MS 62-889 

Choctaw Nation. 

Records, 1869-1910. 

8 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 

«5£S^ w «S2*S papS* 8 - ES.ff sr1 ? 1 °° scb001s ' cltt - 

Oomimaslonr ""a"™ 1 Papers. Includes hearings of the Dawes 

MS 62-890 

McKfflky, William, Pre*. U. &, 1843-1901. 
Papers, ca. 1847-1902. 
56 ft (ca. 131,000 Items) 
^JS^. ' Coa * ress < Manuscript Division. 

of lett^sent rtSht Jo?n i y |^ sassinati<,n - Ixodes copies 
secretaries to th?rZ&£J'%£-J£% , aJ } d G 5 orge * OorWyoo. 
falls within the period law im? O'^'^ehalne bulk of the material 
Adee, RuXlll^Ser j2ta»*V <*?<**>***& Include Alvey A. 

^Sff"H£5fia^»Sr«t ™» Hoot, JobT^ 
Russell Young. ^ James WUson - ^oard Wood, and John 

PuSiSes^t^er^fe^ "* Jr " ""-** — •*- glfm. 

r«™^ * ™_ , MS 62-891 

Carpenter, Frank W 1871-1938 

Papers, 1884-1938. 

ca- 300 Items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Diviainn 

Cnrlsttan T^S ^^bZIn 88 d 'S2°f * "« Bureau ^Jon- 
attempts. iaS^, to^ur*°Sa«^ , o? , a a 6 rn g%?$*^?«* 
In poor health In the Soldt«?t£!L. S„ Du i. t0 _ aW h,m when he was 
include WIlliaVc3al£eron Fo ro ^ £^ a8 £ n 2 *, £wresponaent« 
Harrison, Prank KTM^y^SjfwSJ^Sf^ Pran<as »««»" 
worth, and Leonard Wood? L Q ° eZOn - »<*«*' * Wiggles- 

Bequest of Mrs. Maria B. Carpenter, 1958. 

MS 62-892 



Keifer, Joseph Warren, 1836-1932. 

Civi] TVar papers, 1861-65. 

2ft (1100 Items) 

T^iIS ra ^. i Consress - Manuscript Division. 
*^*^&i^1^j^ZiJ«>«!^~- Over 800 
MS. and prmtedleneVal I enters. Ortof„5^L. othe, 'JJ rre ^ onde »<^ 
floarters letter ho*1r^^ tn 3 2 B g^?^ ^ , I ^ 1 ,,a l a k«^ 
cerns mnitarv lift, «nrt ^™Ti._ :_r??^! 0I onl0 Infantry. Oon- 

Ohlo infant? SI SJnv'of^^ ^l 3 ? and "OttlegtoennTof 
&mil ^^r, tne Army of the Ohio, the Army of ttePotomae, and 

Unpublished finding aid In the library. 
Gift of William H. Keifer, 1958. 

MS62-693 
McKenzie, Fayette Avery, 1872-1957. 
Papers, 1894-1957. 
ca. 3 ft. (2000 Items) 

EftS?? 388 * State Ubn ^ •">* Archives. 

Indians, and Juniata CMlegtThelfSrSi^Lf^?®* ** ^nxaiean 
Dr. McKenzie spent >^^ ^M^S^S^S'J* * b ^ erM ' 
made with Professor Comte, wn^va?ta^SS2°£? ** ^S" wnlc0 *» 
to which children of Paris Twe»h.k^ Z. S"" " a *»"»» program 
Diaries aSorelate U&SZ^JSSL*?? t ^ tr ^ «" «he summer 
of World WuL iS7!SS?S* ta Fnulce "* »• ootb^ 
I-^reand Prosperl^a^ot a p^^vSuS U,a,ea MS -^SS 

MS 62-884 
Sword, Mary Elizabeth (McOain) 

Papers, 1822-1905. 

586 Items. 

In Duke University Library 

Letters written totS M80^ a^l8w£'a* JnSS'*''?! ^^l"^ 

Acoulred, 1952. 

Corey, Lewfa. MS63 ^ 6 

Papers, ca. 1910-53. 

28 boxes. '•' 

In Columbia University libraries. 
Teacher and poUMcal economist Correspondence, lecture. «n ««. 

SSr-.JTJ' outUn e far a projected book, entiaed ToTvaM und^ 
shading America, a transcript of the FBI Investtea^IfX^rifr 

S^r°^? e ^ munl8 £, P<,rty to ^ v - S, various^iwihedletSroi 

ns u o?Mis no ^ e rss ,lcoTerth?1s ^ ;fe 

MS 62-896 

Iowa, State Dept. of Higtory and Archives. 
Harlan collection, 1887-1937 
ca. 15,000 Items. 

in^EL Stat ? ^ of ; P 18 * 017 and Archives collections. 
Mi{S£?EJ£ 8terlal .ff 5™ hl9tor7 ' »•» O 1711 War, World War J. 
SS^Sn^ 8 "* 7, rai if oads - agriculture; conservation, IndSnT u,S 
prominent Iowans^ collected by Edgar B. Harlan, curatortftCiowi 
Historical, Memorial and Art Dept (predecesso7of tat Estate ^Septcr 
History and Archives) and editor of Annals of Iowa. ^^ 

Calendar and Index la the repository. 

MS 62-897 
Oklahoma. Uniyersity. Bureau of Government Beteareh. 
papers relating to Oklahoma government, 1889-1937. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 
In part, t ranscri pts (typewritten) 

MS 62-898 



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tyter, Lores S 

Papers, 1850-1906. 

cs. 90O0 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Civil War soldier. Includes correspondence, rosters, minute fcoo&s, 
notebooks, memoranda, lists, morning reports, an Index to deaths of 
Iowa colonels, and other records of the 15th and other Regiments of 
Iowa Infantry raised at Keokuk: correspondence and rosters of toe 
Union League of America, and of Keokuk; military records of Wil- 
liam W. Belknap; other correspondence, diaries (1881, 1S65, 1880- 
1906} , a journal (1865), account books, commissions, and otberpapers, 
containing material on the Civil War and the Snlloh memorial; and 
records of the Tyler family; and a collection of military photos. 



Purchased from Mr. Tyler, 1814. 



MS 62-889 



day County (Minn.) Historical Society- 
Materials on Clay County history, 1803-1937. 
71temsand4v. 

In Clay County Historical Society collections (Moorhead, Minn.) 
In part, transcript (typewritten) of original in, North Dakota 

Institute for Regional Study, Fargo. 

A diary (1368-1900) of Rev. O. H. Elmer, founder of the First 

Presbyterian Church in Moorhead; minutes (1917-33) of the Lake 

Agassiz Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution; a list 

of business firms, professional men, banks, etc of Moorhead (1883) ; 

an affidavit of ownership of furniture used by George Washington; 

and papers of Rev. William Thurston Boatwell, pioneer Presbyterian 

minister, and of bis son Rodney C Boutwell. 

Information on literary rights available in the respository. 
Gifts, 1930-57. 

MS 62-900 



Suffolk Comity Historical Society, Rwierhead, N. Y. 

Manuscript collection, 1607-1876. 

Sv. 

In Suffolk County Historical Society collections (Riverhead, N. 1'.) 

In part, transcripts. 

A history of the city of Modern Times, by Charles A. Codman, 
describing life in an experimental society located in what is now 
Brentwood, L. L; a genealogy of the Terry family of England and 
Sonthold. L. I., and its branches in Long Island, New York State, New 
Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Utah, and ruin^in with copies of 
relevant documents, by Stuart T. Terry; and a diary of David Warner 
(Judge and teacher of Riverhead, L. L) which Includes a treasurer's 
report of comity fair expenditures and receipts from members. 

Index to the Terry family genealogical material 

MS 62-801 



Craig iassily. 

Papers, 1773-1808. 

114 items. 

In University of Kentucky Library. 

Forms part of the Samuel M. Wilson manuscript collection. 

Warrants, surveys, depositions, and court orders, in suits involv- 
ing ownership of lands originally in military and educational grants 
in the Blue Grass region of Kentucky. Includes papers in a salt filed 
by Lewis Craig against the trustees of Transylvania Seminary (1785- 
1885 known as Transylvania University) 

Bequest of Samuel M. Wilson. 1946-59. 

MS 62-902 



Jones, Bassett, 1877-1960, collector. 
Libris polaris collection, 1827-1938. 
1 box. 

In Colombia University Libraries. 

Correspondence relating to explorers of the North and South Poles. 
Many of the letters are addressed to Vllbjalmur Stefansgon and to 
Jones, and, for the most part, discuss subjects of professional Interest. 
Purchased from Mr. Jones. _ 

MS 62-903 



Cass, Lewis, 1782-1866. 

Correspondence, 1825-39. 

45 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Army officer and statesman. Letters from Matthew Arbuckle, 
Pierre Chouteau, and Monttoit Stokes chiefly relating to their at- 
tempts to gather the Plains tribes at Camp Mason, Okls. for a peace 
conference, and containing detailed observations on Indian Affairs. 

MS 62-904 



Collins Coal Company, Krebs. Otea. 

Records, 1937-47. 

2fL 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence, account books, financial statements, pay roUs, 
government reports on wages, finances, social security and safety pre- 
cautions, and other papers relating to the operation of the coal com- 
pany. Includes correspondence with the United Mine Workers of 

MS 62-905 



Page, Kirby, 1880-1957. 

Papers, 1908-67. 

14 boxes. 

In Southern California School of Theology Library. 

Social evangelist Correspondence, MSS. of writings, family his- 
tory, clippings, other papers, and photos. The material reflects Page's 
Interest in pacifism, socialism, and social Christianity and covers his 
young manhood and college career, bis relationship with his wife 
*im« Folse Page, family affairs, his war work during World War i, 
his work as personal secretary to Sherwood Eddy, an International 
secretary of the X. M. C. A, his evangelistic campaigns In Asia and 
Burope, his ministry at Bidgewood, N. Y, and his free-lance cam- 
paign of social evangelism as a researcher, speaker, writer, and edfr* 
tor of The World tomorrow. Correspondents include Devere Allen, 
Maxwell Chaplin, Henry Hltt Crane, Sherwood Eddy, Harold Stop, 

Harry E. Fosdlck, Sidney Gamble, Harold Gray, Jose H. Holmes, 
Allan Hunter, Charles C. Morrison, A J. Muste. Bay Newton, Beln- 
bold Niebuhr, G. Bromley Oxnam, Nevin Sayre, Gayle Seaman, Alva 
Taylor. Norman Thomas, and Harry F. Ward. 
Acquired from Mrs. Page. 1960. 

MS62-906 



Gibson family. 

Gibson-Humphreys papers, 1840-1955. 

ca. 400 items. 

In University of Kentucky Library. 

Correspondence, 30 land office certificates (1840-51), and other 
papers of a Kentucky family which spread to Mississippi and Lou- 
isiana. Includes papers of Tobias Gibson, 1800-1872, a planter; his 
wife, Louisiana Breckinridge Hart Gibson; most of their 9 children, 
including Hart Gibson, Randall Lee Gibson, and Sarah Gibson Hum- 
phreys; and Sarah's husband, Joseph A Humphreys, Also Includes 
material about the effect of the Civil War and Reconstruction on life 
In the deep South and Kentucky; and about Sarah Humphreys' 
activities in public affairs, particularly In the Kentucky Equal Right! 
Association and the free kindergarten movement 

Finding aids in the library. 

Deposited by Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Davis Buckner, 1958. 

MS 62-907 



Bcokstaver, Jesse F 1. 1828. 

Papers, 1847-89. 

5ft 

In New York State Library. 

Merchant of Saugerties, N. X. Correspondence, legal papers, ac- 
count books, and other papers of Bookstaver, of John C. Welch, and 
of J. Flero, merchants of Saugerties and CatskUL N. T. Includes 
notes on securing the right of way through Saugerties for the New 
York, West Shore and Chicago Railroad. 

Purchased from a dealer, 1936. 

MS62-308 



North Dakota-Montana Wheat Growers' Association. 

Kecords, 1921-38. 

66ft 

In University of North Dakota Library. 

Correspondence, financial statements, ledgers, membership flies, 
and printed materials of the association, a cooperative marketing 
association organized In North Dakota in 1921 and extended Into 
Montana in 1926; the Wheat Growers' Credit Corporation, a sub- 
sidiary, organized In 1926 to extend cheaper loans to members ; and 
the Wheat Growers' Warehouse Corporation, also a subsidiary, estab- 
lished In 1926 to acquire and operate grain elevators. Includes cor- 
respondence with farmers, and materials relating to the grain trade, 
agricultural legislation, the U. S.- Federal Farm Board, banking, co- 
operative marketing, and the economic condition of agriculture. 

Gift of A J. Scott, 1955. 

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Earlham College, Richmond, Ind. Library. 

Miscellaneous manuscripts, 17th-20th cent 

19 Items and 1 t. 

In Earlham College Library. 

In part, transcripts. 

»Ji.i e ^iJ K *$""* B ST to R Morris . *»» ***> of William 
BnUer signed by James Monroe, reminiscences ofWUUam BisS 
Oofflta^ miscellaneous matertafarSmng to fliThlsto^T^SocteS 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

MS 62-910 
Hutchison family. 

Papers, 1807-1918. 

1408 Items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 
mo^ES* ™ ^f? J* eco,mts . account books, commonplace boot Jnd*. 
2££ ^."ff* 18 """a™ 1 ** «» administration of estate deed! 
S^SLf ""f 4 lease8 ' conrt «*«». *«>« other legal DmerT oftS 
Hntd ^™.f"">ily of Giles and Craig Countle? ^ ffl Etterl 
SSS S^^to 80Wiers - acconn tt with the ConfederateTa^ 
deputy sheriff of Craig Co, Va, and Judgment book of James s 
O^eDsjandeeorge W. Hutehtoon as ju^ce^T (Steals o?&Js 
Co. Correspondents Inchide Jonathan UcCally Bennett. JarnaTpr 

Conger, William H. Eagieson, George P. Foote. K. A. French, Lorenzo 
n ?£+ f"^ Henfcrtckson, CUfton G. Hm, A. A. Hobson, Lorenzo 

George L.Snldow, Gny D. Taylor, Mary Taylor, Mrs. Walter Wooa\ 
Jo*** Younger, and members of the DunSn, HuSman, aS £u15 

Collection has been analyzed. 
61ft of M. B. Duncan, I960. 

MS 62-911 

Kitt, George Farwd], 1868-1928. 

Papers of George Farwell Kitt and Edith 0. Kitt, 1919- 
61. 

100 items. 

S.^SSf PIOneere ' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

JBuslnessman. Correspondence; MSS„ Including A pleasure trip. 

B^ujatacences of William B. Kitt, and A trip Taken in tbTsWS 

jU^JZ%£°EJ?< «* KM Umay : ***"* """""S «» the Betty 
BossMemorial Assodatlon, and an election; and family photos, as 
^cumulated by Kitt and his wife Edith O. Kitt Includes faiuy 

SSJrSiaSf 32T •"« writteD ****** of tte **•— F «* 

MS 62-912 

taring, Madison R collector. 

Loring collection, 1875-1961. 

400 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson. Ariz.) 
w2T" P( y?? ,Ce (J 932 " 59 ) "MB. the Arizona Pioneer^Tstorical 
Society, and biographical sketches, newspaper and magazine articles 
^.i^iS OT T^^,toJames BarneyTcari l!Haj*e»; andthe 
%%S° tonuUy Includes letters (1875-78) written by Loring to his 
toD^and pictnres of George H. Loring trading wltt InalaTgroupl 
between Phoenix and Yuma, Ariz. " ^ 

MS 62-918 

McConnell, John Wilkinson, 1907- 

Papers. 
4 boxes. 

B^om^needs tf^der'neoDte n^JT^ SSTtH**; a »* t ^ 
for the Twentieth Cent^y^L' 1858 ' <Jone *** J 01 " 1 J »y <*»««> 

MS62-S14 

Carpenter, Panl Simon, 1895-1949. 
Papers, 1870-1949. 

4 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma .library. 

University professor and musical conductor. Correspondence (Der- 
«mal and business), minutes of the undergraduate college of the Uni- 
versity of Oklahoma, musical compositions (MS. and printed) mis- 
cellaneous notes, newspaper cuppings, 2 scrapbooks, musical' pro- 
grams, and other papers. Includes a copy of Benjamin A. Botkln's 
thesis. The American play-party song (1887) ^^ 

MS 62-915 



Smith, Franklra'E d. 1878. 

Papers, 1818-98. 

939 items. 

In Duke University Library. 
.<. ^SfPtain and naval officer. Correspondence and other papers 
or smith and his family, concerning among other things Smith's 
various sea voyages, his marriage to Mary Carolina Trainer, his serv- 
£f to the Mexican War, his blockading activities aboard the U. S. S. 
Bienville during the Civil War, other events of the Civil War period. 
Smiths post-war life, and his conversion to Catholicism. Corre- 
spondents Include Thomas F. Bayard, Henry B. Bringhuret John M. 
Clayton, Charles LDn Pont, George P. Fisher, Arthur E. Grimshaw 
and Henry H. Lockwood. *-.**-w*.™, 

Cfcrd index in the library. Also described in Guide to the manu- 
script collections in the Duke Univereitv Librarv, by N M. TUley 
and N. L. Goodwin (1947) p. 211-12. 

Acquired, 1942. 

MS 62-916 

Talbott, Charles Henry, 1840-1912. 

Papers, 1826-1948. 

647 items and 3 v. 

In Duke University Library. 
« J"^J ai toBlnessman, of Richmond. Correspondence, planta- 
tion records, scrapbooks, and other personal, family and business 
papers of Talbott of his son, Charles Henry mSJmb. WTT>?£Strt 
other members of the Talbott, Munford, and Wythe families. The 

SSS.«f^ te v,«J a ? lS l y , actlTiUe8 ' YkglDi& ""^ ^ and customs! 
£££?*, acUTlt ^f- "otol management, and other matters. Includes 
letters from college students, and autographs of Harrv F Byrd. 
Do^^Southall Freeman, Franklin D Boosevelt,^d CteudeA: 

Card index in the library 
Acquired, 1953. 

MS 62-917 

Themas, William Holland, 1805-1893. 

Papers, 1814-98. 

3353 items and 79 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

In part, microfilm (negative) 

Indian agent, lawyer, and trader, of Haywood Co., N C Corre- 
spondence, account books, daybooks, ledgers, and other papers, relat- 
ing to Thomas' life in western North Carolina, the removal o* the 
Cherokee Indians and the status of those who remained. Civil Var 
nghtlng in east Tennessee, postwar administration of Indian affairs 
and bis private business operations as a trader among the Cherokees' 
Includes records of Thomas' five stores in Haywood and CheroSee 
Counties, and business correspondence and accounts of Thomas' son. 
atooTOUiam Holland Thomas, a merchant and farmer of Jackson 

Card index in the library 
Acquired, 1938-52. 

MS 62-918 

Thomas, James A 

Papers, 1905-41. 

28,488 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Tobacco manufacturer and philanthropist Correspondence and 
other papers (chiefly 1914-40), relating primarily to Thomas' rela- 
™™ P T, wiUl a TOrie O' of organizations concerned with the Orient 
or Far Eastern affairs. Includes information on U. S. economic pene- 
tration of China, marketing of U. S. cigarettes In the Orlentthe 
Brmsh-American Tobacco Co., V. S.-Chlnese trade, domestic policies 
and financial development of China, political developments In the Far 
East American foreign policy In the Orient (Mao's and lSSCs) and 
ZSt^jS. *?? ^ DIln g Chinese students to Duke University' and 
other North Carolina institutions. Correspondents Include Herbert 
Hoover, Robert Lansing, Theodore Roosevelt William Howard Taft 
and Sun Yat-sen. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1952-53. 

MS 62-919 

Beberry, David D 

Papers, 1760-1918. 

1517 items and 8 v. 

In Duke University Library. 
fl.liS^ ^ 4 S0ldl ,«. of Montgomery Co., N. C Correspondence, 
fS^K.^! dS ' SS* lp to' bUls ' Promissory notes, snrveyuTtecorS 
Sl^^P 5 erUn « l to5, of Deberry and of John T. McK^oTsoT. 
ZS^'hf i^r? °°- f"> was ln caar 8e of Deberry's aftX 
SS^™ i2w5f ■ Al 2? y - The buIk of tb « ""tonal » for 1S50-6U 
M^w^ tt ^, discuss to g a raW a 8 alI1 st the Semlnoles In Florida 
(1857), the settlement around Maumelle, Ark. (1859) Deberry's nav 
as captain (1882), and speculation oprSrtunltiesllMS) • Ss« 
the settlement of the estate of John Deberry ; lotteVyteiadsWe? " 



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Deberry, DaTid D Papers, 1760-1918. (Continued) 

port of the FayetteviUe, N. C. Presbyter; to the General Assembly 
(1876) ; tax in kind reports ; and papers of bankrupts. 
Card Index In the library. 
Acquired, 1950. 

MS 62-920 



Bnrritt, ElOra, 1810-1879. 

Papers, 1840-1942. 

ca. 100 Items. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College, Peace 
Collection. 

Linguist and reformer. Letters, printed mat<"i«lw, and photos. 
Includes pamphlets, books, broadsides; incomplete files of his publi- 
cations Bond of brotherhood. Citizen of the world, and the Olive leaf, 
and some copies of the Advocate of peace, of which he was an editor. 
The material la related to the library's American Peace Society onl- 
lectlon. 

Sift, from Merle E. Curtl, F. D. Lane, and Mrs. Alfred C Garrett, 
and purchase, 1940-60. 

MS 62-921 



Scott, Clement WflEam, 1841-1901. 

Correspondence, ca. 1862-1904. 

8 ft 

In University of Rochester Library. 

English dramatic critic and author. Correspondence of authors, 
journalists, musicians, and other persons connected with the theater 
in England, France and America In the late 19th century. Corre- 
spondents include Sir Squire Bancroft, David Belasco, Arthur Bour- 
chier, Katherlne Conway, Augostln Daly, Charles Dickens, Clyde 
Fitch, Clotllde Inez Mary Graves, Sir Augustus Henry Glossop Harris, 
Sir John Merry LeSage, Paul Merritt, Lady Maria Louisa Monckton, 
John Maddlson Morton, Sir Arthur Wing Pinero, Walter Herries 
Pollock, Edmund Routledge, John Lawrence Toole, and Sir Herbert 

Beerbohm Tree. The material Is related to the library's collection of 
theatrical manuscripts. 

Card index in the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Purchased from Ifan K. Fletcher, 195L 

MS 62-922 

Sage, Henry Williams, 1814-1897. 

Papers, 1836-1948. 

76 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives. 

In part, transcript (typewritten) 

Lumber magnate. Correspondence, diary (1836-37), tax receipts, 
ledgers, daybooks, journals and land and plat books, mainly relating 
to Sage's lumber and salt mill at Wenona, Mich., to the acquisition 
and administration of tJmberlands in Miphignn, Wisconsin, Alabama, 
Mississippi, and California, to Investments made in rairoad and in- 
dustrial securities and In Western land mortgages as well as to 
Sage's interest In Cornell University, of which he was benefactor and 
trustee. Includes correspondence and other papers relating to the 
business and family affairs of later generations of the Sage family. 

Indexed in the library's general card catalog; unpublished guide 
also available. 

Gifts of Edwin 0. Hotter, 1851; Cornelia C. Sage, 1954; and Mar- 
Jorle L. Sage, 1954. 

MS 62-923 

Babcock, Howard Edward, 1889-1950. 

Papers, 1907-50. 

60 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives. 

Agricultural economist, educator, and farm owner. Correspond- 
ence, printed and mimeographed pamphlet material, photos, and 
scrapbooks concerned with Babcock's career as a county agent In 
Cattaraugus and Tompkins Counties, N. Y, as an executive in the 
New York State Farm Bureau, the Grange League Federation and 
related organizations, the New York State Agricultural Conference 
Board, the Federal Farm Board, Central Bank for Cooperatives, Na- 
tlonal Council of Farmer Cooperatives, and the New York State 
Emergency Food Commission, as a member or consultant of various 
New York State, Federal, and non-governmental boards and com- 
mittees, and as professor of marketing and later trustee of Cornell 
University. Includes correspondence with editors and publishers of 
numerous agricultural and other journals and with manufacturers of 
farm equipment, chiefly relating to agricultural research and edu- 
cation, to the promotion of effective farm organizations, and to State 
and national politics as they pertain to agricultural issues. 

Gift of John B. Babcock and Barbara Babcock Hlrsbfield, 1956. 

MS 62-924 



Harmony Society. 

Records, 1790-1950. 

310 ft. 

In Old Economy collections (Ambridge, Pa.) 

Approximately 500,000 unbound MSS, including some 65,000 let- 
ters, legal documents, receipts, bills, music, and notes and other mis- 
cellaneous matter; bound records, memoranda, and account books; 
volumes of music in manuscript; files of maps, drawings, photos, 
and prints; books, pamphlets, and other items published by the 
Society; and other printed materials. Includes Dnss correspondence 
(1906-50) relating to the society. Trustees of the society were 
George Bapp, Frederick Bapp, B. L. Baker, Jacob Henrlci, and John 
Duss. 

Unpublished guide in the repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

MS 62-925 



Carr, James Ozbora, 1869-1949. 

Papers, 1743-1938. 

1550 Items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (1787) 

Lawyer, State legislator, and State official, of Wilmington, N. C, 
and Kenansville, N. C. Correspondence and other papers of Carr 
and of his family. Calf's correspondence (1907-38) relates to politi- 
cal activities, Democratic Party organization, elections, and patron- 
age. The papers before 1907 are chiefly family and personal letters 
of the Carr, Dickson, Hall, McCanne, and Pearsall families, chiefly 
In Duplin Co, N. G, but also In Tennessee, South Carolina. Florida, 
and Mississippi. Includes 17 account books (1876-94) of Jacob W. 
Carr, and a Carr family history book. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Carr (1950-64) 

MS 62-926 



Coolidge, Calvin, Pret. V. £., 1872-1933. 

Papers, 1875-1957. 

23 ft. 

In Forbes Library (Northampton, Mass.) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Official and personal correspondence, speeches, statements, procla- 
mations, official messages, transcripts of press conferences, personal 
accounts, 152 scrapbooks, clippings, programs, banquet menus, other 
papers, and photos. The material bulks largest In the period 1918-29, 
when Coolidge was Governor of Massachusetts, Vice-President and 
President Includes material on the Boston Police Strike, 1919. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Coolidge, 1920-57; and miscellaneous gifts 
and purchases, 1920- 

MS 62-927 



Duke University, Durham, N. 0. 

Revo] utionary War collection, 1775-1810. 

171 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, military papers, land grants, commissary papers, 
minutes of a Virginia Revolutionary committee, and other papers re- 
lating to the American Revolution. Subjects mentioned Include poli- 
tics, war plans, military affairs, Indian troubles, supply problems, 
loyalist sentiment the war In the South, and other matters. Many of 
the letters are addressed to General Nathanael Greene. 

Card index in the library. Also described In Guide to the manu- 
script collections In the Duke University Library, by N. M Tllley and 
N. L. Goodwin (1947) 

Acquired, 1933-61. MS 62-928 



Duke University, Durham, If. C. Library. 

Savannah port papers, 1754-1920. 

5591 Items and 5 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Official papers pertaining to customs, Import and export trade, and 
shipping. Includes ship clearance papers, cargo lists, crew lists, crew 
bonds, U. S. Treasury Dept letters, customs papers, British consular 
papers, salary receipts for port officials, warehouse papers, charity 
reports for Indigent seamen, papers concerning the construction and 
maintenance of lighthouses, a letter book (1817-26) of A. S. Bulloch, 
Savannah port collector, giving references to economic conditions, and 
tie entry registration book of the Savannah customs house. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1969-56. 

MS62-929 



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Hannery (John) & Company, Savannah. 
Records, 1867-1912. 
30,156 items. 
In Duke University Library 

Card Index In the library. 
Acquired, 1951-56. 

MS 62-930 

Eleming family. 

Correspondence, 1810-1910. 

1081 Items. 

In Duke University library 
n.^fSSf cone^waence, chiefly of the Flemings, a Vlrelnla fam- 
lly otedncatois, phyelelaiis, and soldiers. Xhecorresoono^riftSi; 
domestic. edneatlonaT^d social Sttom^vlSSa^M^S? 

-eSfrtSSMftjss tiKMais n.T£ as —^ 

N. L. Goodwin (1947), p. SOL UMTe ™ lty uta «^. by N. M. Tllley and 

MS 63-981 
Hare, Robert, 1781-1858. 
Papers, 1764-1859. 
ca. 850 items and 3 v. 

In American Philosophical Society library 
MSSSf-JS^T 1 * ???*- Correspondence with various persons, 
especially with Joseph Henry concerning Hare's coDectionof Mmer? 

Sf.7 1 "^-?* donated *° «*• S»«h»o^an^tnrlOT'^ctar^tet 

sublS^^SS tDPn ! d ^ S^T. cycloldal curves, and tfher 
sobJects , correspondence of the firm of Clark & Mehtmaate. of Pr«5- 

^S&'SKS'n"? * Hare ' s tother-ln-lawTjoto^S c££ 
SSSS.!??* 4 ?*"?. to "■"wacrtPts catalog of the library. ^^ 
Purchased from Hare's descendants, 196X """""y. 

MS 62-932 
Nailer, George W 1837-1864. 

Papers, 1824-64. 
34 Items. 

In Emory University Library. 

Microfilm (negative) of originals in the possession of L F Piatt 
Tocher and Union soldier from tanaylTanuTcMwi latter. 

NaDar JS^JS 2 I ST ar ■ letten '' a ""n* « words™ song* 
r^t«I^^iLS!? yB ',. 2 , , ? a88 "Stetera. a «hool atlas, art™flunnr 

Finding aid In the library 

aSSSSSS " terary righte araUaWe ln ** »««»•. 

MS 62-933 
Thompson, Maurice, 1844-1901. 
Papery 1865-1940. 
814 Items. 
In Emory University Library. 

Sst££? r, J^L tt, *T lnett ' mdgTO,c * lst Literary MSS^ including 

arte*? l£^Ji «°25L!! to i5S , 5 „ nature •**<*«■. l^-wiS 
articles, 7 lectures, 6 folders with 199 poems and several fraenvnta. 
and collections of essays and wildlife stories • some <Sraroonfc»S 

S^SLS" ^ Wanace . and on archery; page and galtey proof! 
tear sheets, and printed extracts of stories andlssays; Were oflS 

Metcnes, and other material; papas of his daughter JhmIo ?!m. 

MSS, business papers, a scrapbook on Thompson, a memorandum^ 
book, cuppings, and sketches; 2 Bibles with family records- books 
with presentation autographs of their authors ^rthe? nraerTnhrtnT 

House, Bobert Underwood Johnson, James Whltcomb EU^Thmrtnr. 

Boosevelt, Will Henry Thompson, and SasanaWanacI Tbe0,tore 
Unpublished inventory lnSlihrary. "auaee. 

^formation on Uterary rights available In the library 
Gift of Franks. Davis, 1959. »-»»u«rarj. 

MS 62-934 



Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. 

Milburn collection, 1837-1903 

86 itei:is. 

In St. Lawrence University Library 
*h,^L tb m Correspondence, "terary MSS., and other papers. In- 
^S,^J ti - e ^} Dgton Spa ' torments from notebooteand bto- 
graphical stories, 14 pages of a diary (1858-55) teptby Sontata 
Hawthorne in England, MS. of Bumpty Budget's troSr by S 
Hawthorne, and documents containtoV the l^tuWoi ' WffluS 
Hathome, Judge John Hathorne and whefancS^of Hawthorn? 

&^? n M^wrSe T Unl^wS^SE 

by N^lork^bra.^ht *£■££«£ J*** «— 
verslty (1949), p. 35-36 "™ KaPPa, St Lawrence Unl- 

Glft of Ulysses Sumner Milburn. 1949. 

MS 62-935 



Ems, Havekek, 1859-1980. 
Papers, ca. 1874-1951. 

10 v. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library 
British psychologist Typescripts and annotated conies of nub- 
^ d rT ta Jl d !S£. orl «55 1 typescript ofsSrSd nSrrtagt with 
earlier chapters revised in Ellis' hand and later chapters corrected 

an^SS? S .?T Sel i^? e - "2? V** *» ^ehiS^lSc?were 
I^?^?.K ,, LSiJ?* 1,, S Bd wotk ' ** a" 4 4th edlttons of Man and 
woman with extensive holograph corrections; Interleaved conv with 

w^&^K^JSf 11 %£"** lim > ^ Oeiare^brlSoTwScn 

cto Calverton and Samuel Daniel Schmalhauseiu which emralmT. 

ra^an^ml^nJtef " '"'"^ *" ^""^ *» ^ *E 
Unpublished description In the library 
Purchased from Blin Mathews, bookseller, 1950. 

MS 62-936 



Gardiner, James Tory, 1842-1912. 

Papers, 1791-1886. 

4 ft (338 Items) 

In New York State Library. 
<rf »??tSl r 1? 2"L U - & Ordnance Corps, topographer, and member 
£,££ S?« Tork S ^ te Bwd of HeaIth - CoSesponaence^ , busSen 
m^-'Sf^f J ma , 1 ? ,lr i?J a 2 d . m P^enburg, Troy, and ILaGrange" 
HU and papers dealing with State surreys and State parka. toeXdes 

lection of William Croswell Doane papers. 
Acoulred, 1925; gift of Gardiner's heirs, 1888. 

MS 62-987 



terdo de Tejada, Juan Antonio. 

Letters, 1811-17. 

107 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries 

the I ^S S ™ r ^ Lerd t de T ^? da t°' Manuel de Urouiaga, written tat 
the most part from Vera Cruz and principally coneenurf ii«^-Sr 
merctal natters, including acknowledS^of 8^m^.TetterfoV 

MS 62-938 



Eno, Ensebio Frandsco, 1644-1711. 

Correspondence, 1680-87. 

33 Items. 

SL?*^ R HnnUagton Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Klno a to°th. , rS!,T I ^.» and , "^f"- Cueoy letters from Fathei 
Kino to the Duchess d'Avelro d*Arcos y Maqneda. natronm ofmil 

Acquired from Maggs Bro&, London, 1922. 

MS 62-939 



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Morgan, George, 1743-1810. 

Papers. 1766-1941. 

ca. 300 items. 

In University of Illinois, Illinois Historical Surrey collections. 

In part, transcripts. 

Merchant, Indian agent, farmer, and land speculator. Correspond- 
ence, letter books ( 774-79), and other papers (1766-1826). concern- 
ing Morgan's stay in Illinois as representative of the Philadelphia 
firm of Bayntou, Wharton and Morgan; his speculation in Missouri 
lands in connection with the colony New Madrid, 1788-90; his work 
as Indian agent of the Middle Department at Fort Pitt, 1776-78; 
and Ms scientific farming near Princeton, N. J., and Washington, Pa. 
Correspondents of Morgan's time include Aaron Burr, Thomas 
Hutchlns, and Timothy Pickering. Includes correspondence (1806- 

41) of the Survey about Morgan and his papers, involving Clarence 
Walworth Alvord, Louis Houck, members of the Morgan family 
Theodore Calvin Pease, and Robert Reed. 

Unpublished calendar of original Items in the repository. Also 
described In the survey's Publication no. 6 (1956) p. 69-70. 

Some of the papers have been published in the Collections of the 
Illinois State Historical Library, v. 10, 11, and 16 (1915-21). 

Purchased, in part, from Robert Reed, 1S28-30. 

MS 62-940 



Gndeman, Alfred, 6. 1862. 
Papers. 

2 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Philologist Typescripts of seven ol Gudeman's wcrks, including 
Manual of the history of classical philology. Imagines philologorum, 
A bibliography of Aristotle's De poetica, A manuscript in Greek of 
the text of Aristotle's De poetica, The first five parts of Sallust's 
Catiline, The English translation of Gudeman's own work containing 
History of Latin literature and Collection of critical essays and the 
world's literature In SO volumes. Includes various letters, lecture 
notes, and club membership lists among Gudeman's lists of and notes 
about his works. 

Bequest of Mr. Gudeman, 1952. 

MS 62-941 



Williams, Amos, 1797-1857. 

"Williams-Woodbury papers, 1820-1900. 

16 v. and 190 folders. 

In University of Illinois, Illinois Historical Survey collections. 

Surveyor, teacher, official of Vermilion Co., postmaster and store- 
keeper. Correspondence, ledgers, and scrapbooks; records of routine 
business of Williams' various positions; and other papers on State 
and local politics, farms, ferries, sawmills, gristmills, saline works, 
roads, railroads, lands, schools, and other matters. Includes papers 
of Williams' son-in-law, William W. R. Woodbury, a physician, drug- 
gist, builder, and local official, concerning drug and general merchan- 
dising, farms, seed orders, road Improvements, local history, com- 
munity activity, and family. There is much material on local 
political and social conditions in 'Vermilion and Edgar Counties. Also 
includes papers relating to Gurdon S. Hubbard and the Indian trade 
around Danville. Correspondents include state political leaders and 
early residents of eastern Illinois. 

Unpublished inventories in the repository. 

Gift of Flo Woodbury. 

MS 62-942 



Ealyeat, Frank Allen, 1885- 

Papers, 1875-1957. 

86 items. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

Educator. Correspondence relating to schools In the Indian and 
Oklahoma Territories; histories of county schools and other papers 
referring to the "subscription" schools. Integration In territorial 
days, vicissitudes of Indian education, and the history of education 
In the Southwest; roster of Kiowa Co., OMa.::teachers and officers 
(1818-21); releases of the Bureau of Indian Affairs concerning 
American Indians and Indian education; news clippings pertaining 
to the history of the schools of Norman, Okla. ; booklet on Sequoyah 

and his Cherokee alphabet; copy of Journal of proceedings of Na- 
tional Education Association (1875); maps; and photos. Includes 
correspondence and notes relating to John S. Murrow and Bacone 
College of Bacone, Okla, and a booklet entitled 66 years of service 
for humanity, a biography of J. S. Murrow, together with notes and 
other papers of Baptist missionaries to the Indians. 

MS 62-943 



Braxtoo Co., TV. Vs. 

Archives, 1830-195$. 

168 v., 76 boxes and 6 buddies. 

In West Virginia University Library (7S8. 818; 

Suit papers; record books af county offices; estate settlements; 
birth, marriage, and death records; election returns; deeds and vol- 
umes of deed indexes: land and tax records, together writ Weri«S 
War i records of Braxton County servicemen and Bevers::. account 
books of the Holly River and Addison Bali Road, and the Midland 
Rail Road. 

Gift of the Braxton County Court, 1855-56. 

M£ * r >-m 



Bloomer, Dexter C 1820-1800. 

Papers, 1859-1900. 

1600 items. 

In Iowa State Dept. of History and Archives collections. 

Lawyer and journalist. Correspondence, 8 volumes of jcsr^ 
and other papers, including material on politics, church hiEtor, 
Council Bluffs (formerly Kanssville) and its U. S. Land Office, ar 
Pottawattamie County. 

MS62-S45 



Cole, William day, 1887- 

Papers, 1943-46. 

1400 folders. 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

Lawyer and U. S. Representative from Missouri. Chiefly corre- 
spondence relating to veterans' affairs, the National Labor Relations 
Board, osteopathy, Zionism, the steel industry, civil service, anti- 
liquor movements, the FCC, the Income tax, and many other subjects. 
Correspondents Include Cordell Hull, Clare Boothe Luce, and William 
F. Shares. , 

Deposited by Mr. Cole. 

MS62-946 



(Hey, Gctavia Aurelia. James (Wyche) 

Papers, 1824-1900. 

lft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (1608) 

Correspondence, diary (1849-1900), account books, and other 
papers, of Mrs. Otey, of her husband, William Madison Otey, and 
of their family, of Madison Co., Ala., and Xazoo (&, Hiss. The 
papers concern social life, education of the children, cotton planting 
plantation management, sales and purchases, credit, politics, religion, 
and difficulties of the time. Includes papers of the Horton, Klrk- 
land, Landidge, Otey, and Wycbs families, in Alabama, Mississippi, 
and Louisiana. 



Unpublished description in the library. 
Deposited by Mrs. Leslie Cummins, 1849-62. 



MS 82-847 



Thompson, Dorothy, 1894-1961. 

Correspondence, 1939-42. 

ea. 2000 items. 

In Yale University Library. 

Journalist. Basically correspondence from readers of Miss Thomp- 
son's column. Concerns neutrality, arms embargo, British and Ger- 
man aims in World War ii, and the political role of Charles A. 
Lindbergh. The material is related to the library's Committee to 
Defend America by Aiding the Allies, Lindbergh, and Robert A. Tart 
collections. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gift of Miss Thompson, 1940. 

MS62-948 



EOby, John Richardson, 1819-1878. 

Papers, 1755-1919. 

34,414 items and 4 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence and legal and other papers (chiefly 1840-80), of 
Kllby and of his son, Wilbur John KUby, both lawyers, of Suffolk, 
Va., and of members of the Riddick family. The bulk of the collec- 
tion concerns such legal activities of the Kllbys as administration of 
estates, collection of bills, and adjustments of property. Other sub- 
jects include the case of Harriett Whitehead, whose mind was Im- 
paired by the loss of her family in the Nat Tomer Insurrection 
(1831) ; freedom for Negroes, with references to the work of the 



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Kflbj, John Richardson, 1819-1878. Papers, 1755-1919. 

£ Continued) 
ffiSTH ^*" 1 ^f* " nd t0 me ™ d conditions In Liberia; 

Acquired, 1942-52. 

MS 62-949 

McAIister, HOI, 1875-1959. 

Papers, 1806-1956. 

ca. 4 ft. (1000 Items) 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives 

In part, transcripts. 

HUl McAIister ln ^ S.o^^lSlf oTbS ffl '2?5£ 

Sm££ ■^SJJ^foSSS M <252* 2JT *-* ■* • 

Brook- a v r-„™ 7T_!L V^ 2- Correspondents include W E. 

DEoSsere^BdSrt ?^, J ^ Son ' £«»«*« McKellar, JFrunklln 
u. nooseyeiE, uoward T. Sanford, and W S Shields ^^ 

Unpublished register in the library^ snueios. 

Gift of Mrs. Hamilton Love and Mrs. Donald U. Bathrlck, 1959. 

MS 62-950 

Gonrdin, Robert Newman. 

Papers, 1789-1926. 

454 Items and 3 v. 

In Duke University Library 

Merclumt and commission agent, of Charleston S C 

the Co^ederac^uioT^illtoJv^iS!^' me " an ate business In 

Acquired, 1941-58. 

MS 62-951 

Downer, Samuel Smith, d. 1861. 

Papers, 1772-1932. 
3202 Items and 2 v. 
In Duke University Library. 
™if 1 S., 11,,migrant ^ Planter, of Granville Co N C (v™™^ 

Acquired, 1949. 

MS 62-952 

Davis family. 

Correspondence, 1834-68. 

166 items. 

In Duke University Library 

DaSfof HaSrif^v'"'?! 01 '. ^ brothera «■«» listers of Jasper 

TTn^LSSf^ .£?'?'• tbe ^Pfst Seminary at Kicumond. and Tale 

Acquired, 1852-5T. 

MS 62-953 



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Carrigan f amity. 

Papers, 1817-1901. 

318 items and 2 v. 

In Duke University Library 

Orange Co , N. c, and to the Holtcotton mlUs. ° " famUy * 

Described in Guide to the manuscript collections in the Duke TJm 

MS 62-954 

Hedrick, Benjamin Sherwood, 1827-1886 
Papers, 1848-93. 
6033 items and 4 v. 
In Duke University Library. 
lJS?? 80 ^ ■S em S? y and U - s - p »t"t Office official. Chieflv 

a^MaS ^^mpton^ %£F^<£XsJ£ & 
c««erns life at the University^ NoSh SSl^sSaSSTSSSSS 

Card index in the library 
Acquired, 1958. 

MS 62-955 

Rochelle, James Henry, 1826-1889 
Papers, 1781-1907. 
965 Items. 
In Duke University library 

££2. .'n vLEf^^^Sfi^^SS^ 
in and around ClbarlestoThartor mdfa^wS? NaT7 ,' ^ «»*» 

the AmazorT Kr^T?vta^i„ SL ^J^L?"? """^ *»»* P""* of 
Blow, Albert Ga^t^o^^o^nr^-X.^i^n 3 ^ 

M^lZ ln T W T J^nsto". Jam« Johnston, Samuel Kello, Stephen E. 
MaUory, J. T. Mason, Elchard E. Parker, Robert Taylor, SdJohn 

Card index in the library. Also described in Mik t» «./. «.. 

Acquired, 1944-57. 

MS 62-956 

Monks, Zerah Coston, 5. 184L 

Monks-Rohrer correspondence, 1859-67 
340 items. * 

In Emory University Library 

family letters, a sketch of thTbarSetont at FraSkLbS £5^ 

tured, and later with tbe 155th EegimentTp^n^LS ISLrtr? 

Finding aid In the library. 
Ac^uir^'lSei! 1 Uterai7 rIgn,s a Ta Uable in the library. 

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Taylor, Hubbard, 1760-1840. 

Papers, 1772-1858. 

ca. 400 items. 

In University of Kentucky Library. 

Pioneer, surveyor, and legislator in Kentucky. Correspondence, 
stock subscription and checks of the 'Winchester Branch of the Bank 
of Kentucky, stock certificates of the Covington and Lexington and 
the MayBville and Lexington Railroads, survey reports, deeds, bills 
of sale, MS. maps, tax receipts, powers of attorney, and other papers. 
The bulk of the material concerns Kentucky land transactions, 1780- 
1838, particularly In Green and Daviess Counties, but some of the 
material Is on social, political and economic conditions in Kentucky, 
American relations with France and England, the War of 1812, and 
the campaign for Governor m 1820. Correspondents Include George 
M. Bibb, J. Cabell Breckinridge, Anthony Butler, William Henry 
Harrison, Ambrose Madison, James Madison, James Morrison, James 
Taylor iv, and General James Taylor. 

Finding aids In the library. 

Deposited by Mr. and Mrs. G. Davis Buckner, 1960. 

MS 62-968 



Day family. 

Papers, 1759-1905. 

IB ft (ca. 10,000 items) 

In Yale University Library. 

Correspondence, diaries, account books, business papers, MSS. of 
books, sermons, and lecture notes. About half the collection is corre- 
spondence, largely about personal and family matters. Inclndes a 
little correspondence of Jeremiah Day, 1787-1806, mainly with other 
ministers concerning religion; correspondence of his sons, Jeremiah 
Day, 1773-1867, Thomas Day, Noble Day, and Mills Day; and corre- 
spondence of the children of Thomas, Including a series of letters 
from Europe and tLe Middle East by Thomas Mills Day. The ma- 
terial is related to the library's Seymour family collection. 

Unpublished register In the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gifts from the Day family, 1929-49. 

MS 62-959 



Atkins, Paul Moody, 1892- 

Papers, 1914r-57. 

ca. 1000 items. 

In Tale University Library. 

Financial management consultant Correspondence, reports, note- 
books, and other papers. Including TOa tf»rl fl1 on the liquidation of 
securities for the Comptroller of the Currency, 1932-37, on the Mffls- 
pangh Mission to Iran, 1943, and on the American Mission for Aid 
to Greece, 1947-48. 

Unpublished register In the library. 

Information on literary rights available m Die Horary. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Atkins, 1944-58. 

MS 62-960 



Daystrom, inc. Typographic Library and Museum, Jersey 
City. 

Manuscripts, ca. 1750-1938. 

7 v. and 34 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Six boxes of letters from, to, and about printers and printing; 9 
boxes of patents for type fl^g 1 "* containing 224 patents dated mainly 
In the 1880's bat extending into the 20th cent; 6 boxes of letter 
books, ledgers, daybooks, and Journals of the typefounding firm of 
Bmny ft Bonaldsou; S boxes of archives of the Oompafua Real ae 
Impresores, containing correspondence, casebooks, MSS. submitted 
for publication, and other material relating to the operation and 
business of this organization; 2 boxes of correspondence, memoranda, 
clippings, and other papers of the printer Theodore Low De Tlnne; 
and 7 vols, of MS. and printed material relating to the Uvea, writings, 
and printing and publishing activities of John Nichols of Islington 
and his family. 

MS 62-961 



Pedersen, Tbyra E 

Papers, 1923-25. 

lbox. 

In Badcllffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-101) 

Letters and articles concerning two years of travel In the Orient 
and teaching at Union Girls School, Hangchow, and Sgaw Karen 
High School, Bassein, Burma. 

Unpublished Inventory In the library. 

MS 62-962 



Credle, Mary (Farrow) 1881-1946. 

Papers, 1706-1946. 

500 items. 

In University of North Carolina, Southern Historical Collection 
(1853) 

Correspondence, account books, and business and other papers of 
Mrs. Credle and of her family, of Beaufort and Hyde Counties, North 
Carolina. The papers relate to the family's activities In coastwise 
shipping, trading, small boat building and maintenance, land acqui- 
sition, the wholesale grocery business, and other matters. Persons 
mentioned include Wilson T. Farrow, the Reverend Joseph B. Hlnton, 
and Isaiah Kespess. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Deposited by the daughters of Walter and Mary Farrow Credle, 
1951. 

MS 62-963 



McGavock, Randal William, 1826-1868. 

Papers, 1848-98. 

ca. 220 Items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Lawyer and mayor of Nashville. Diaries, genealogical material, 
and family documents. Diaries (1848-62) relate to McGavodCs life 
at Harvard Law School, his tour of Europe, Asia, and Africa, his 
marriage to Seraphlne Deery, his term as mayor of Nashville, and 
his Confederate service to October, 1882. Genealogical Items deal 
with the McGavock family in Ireland, Virginia, and Tennessee, to- 
gether with some Items on the family of Seraphlne Deery. Family 
documents consist of deeds and Indentures (1854-98) and the will of 
Francis H McGavock (1864) 

Unpublished register In the library. The diaries were published 
In 1959 under the title Pen and sword, edited by Jerschel Gower and 
Jack Allen. 

Acquired from Margaret Warden, Herschel Gower, and Mrs. 
Gerald Henderson. 

MS 62-964 



Piatt, William M 

Papers, 1845-1904. 

493 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Lawyer and State legislator of Tunkhannock and Harrisburg, Pa. 
Mainly letters of Piatt Bulk of the material Is of the period 1845- 
83. Contains Information on canals In Pennsylvania, Democratic 
Party politics in Pennsylvania In the 1840*8, 185CS, and 1880's, the 
temperance movement, the Piatt family, railroads In Pennsylvania, 
the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention of 1872, and the Liberal 
Republican Party. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1958. 

MS 62-965 



Williams, John, 1752-1806. 

Papers, 1767-1841. 

ca. 8 ft (ca. 1500 items) 

In New York State Library. 

Physician, Revolutionary War officer, and U. S. Representative 
from New York Correspondence, muster rolls, payrolls, assessment 
rolls, wills, broadsides, and miscellaneous papers relating to Washing- 
ton Co, N. Y„ the Revolutionary War, land, and State and national 
politics. Correspondents Include Ethan Allen, James Duane, Wmiam 
Duer, John Jay, Charles Kane, Edward Livingston, William livings- 
ton, Peter Jay Monro, William North, Arthur St Clair, Philip Schuy- 
ler, Philip Skene, Solomon Tan Rensselaer, Stephen Tan Rensselaer, 
and Melancthon T. Woolsey. 

Descriptive list and calendar of part of the collection In the library. 

Pnrdaue ' lfl6L MS 62^66 



Thomson family. 

Papers, 1802-44, 

ca.7ft 

In New York State Library. 

Chiefly correspondence, bills, receipts, and other papers of Dr. 
Thomas Thomson, Thomas T. Thomson, and John Alexander Thom- 
son, all of Catsklll, N. Y. Includes Items on the Catskm ferry and 
the introduction of Rohan potatoes. Other persons represented In- 
clude Alfred Bartow, Jesse Bud, Henry Burden, Edwin Oroswell, S. 
Denton, Abraham Edwards, and Mark Spences. 

Descriptive list in the library. 

Purchase, 1985. 

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Goshen, In. Y. Library and Historical Society. 

Papers, ca. 1700- 

ca. 2500 items. 

In Goshen (N. T.) library and Historical Society. 
f~ a ^ !? atln « t0 G «*S? «n d Orange Co, Including ca. 2000 let- 
ters anoVother papers of William Wlckham, laiulowni^ tte^wa- 

ES ^22"J-S™nS B - ! a eronp of^rardlam^,^; ietSrs 

and papers of Henry Wtaner, a gunpowder manufiKturerl^ Bevo- 
tatlon; agroupof ca.200 Wnkhi family papers; rtto^pm^ate 

MS 62-968 



Gillingham, Alberta (Stith) Jones. 

Paper?. 1846-1032. 

4071 items and 2 v. 

In Duke UnlTersity Library. 

Mining speculator and amateur composer, of Cld N C. Coitp. 
spondence, wills, deeds, and otter nersonaLbmta«£ .»* LX, !£Zt 
ofMrs. GUUngtam and of S^SSSriSTSuSm& Wen? 
later, of Thomasville, N. & Most of the paperlare TMr«™S*anrt 

complications caused in family relationships becaasedN contested In! 

KM?i3? in i tr OoHege (now Duke University) and corwgiwndenceof 
Mrs. Gllllngbam and WlllUm H. Bailey, a li^ of Chariotte™N? CL 



Card index in the library. 
Acquired. 1835.50. 



MS 62-969 



Powers, Frederick Perry, d. 1927. 
Papers. 

800 items and 2 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
ton^££i7£^f r # , l5S ld PfcryJTOta on the trail of Washing- 

Presented by Mrs. Charles P. Turner. 1812; Mrs. Powers, 1881. 

MS 62-970 



Perry, Fountain, 1799-1876. 
Papers. 1800-1921. 
ca. 1800 items. 

In University of Kentucky Library 
In part, photocopies (negative) 

eratHrnVrtTeLSli? ^ h ° *"* * Uentenant » the Conted- 
Findlng aids in the library. 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Pryor Perry, MSB. 

MS 62-971 



Monroe, James, 1S21-1898 
Papers, 1841-98. 
ca. 6080 items. 
InOberlln College library. 

si-^racc^unV^sTfed^n^^rr 1 ^ " - <**» 

to Monro's pVbUc etreer *£F2£^Z£%?^IP m ' Pertaining 

Society, and Us "yearMll^TOTasVs ?J£L?*?g?™ And Slavery 

Calendar and Index ta^StaSy. - S " """^ at ^ * Janelr0 - 

MS62-972 



Bell, James Madison. 

Papers, 1858-92. 

4ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library 

MaSonTan? C^edeX^v *Li n8l ^ S S?" * »• <»-«*- 
*o^P?ve£^£££,£^- ^»«e, correspondence and 

MS 62-973 



Eggleston, Edward, 1837-1902. 
Papers, 1804-1939. 

T^S^ver" 7 """* CoUfirt10 " <* ^o^ History and 

in «aew!rir£ "* 1U,nU5 " S 8eneral ^ eatUo * ; "nimbllshed guide 
Gift of Edward B. Seelye, 1943; purchases, 1050, and I960. 

MS 62-974 

Deas, James S 

Papers, 1825-77. 

50 items. 

In University of Arkansas Library. 
.aA'SX?' d ^ ds ' ''«•*•». '«wJ titles, list of patents, morccasea. 
SSG5. *"?. n,al * * Dd oUlt » °* "nnd, pertaining* property^ 
Southwest Arkansas, particularly in the oounUeBrfLafavSte^.!* 

R e, T , L aI " , P i lMkL „ Deas "" « one tlSeT ^etTwrc^Ttanas 
^i^.** Deas ^ Lee. In 1880 Deas was Uvli^lnJ&Mte^nd 

Unpublished calendar in the library — u™». 

Open Jto ^investigators under Ubrary restrictions. 

Gift of CoL Alston Deas, 1857. 

MS 62-975 



Stevens, Earl W d. 1838. 

Papers, 1824-47. 

2ft 

In New Tork State Library. 

Physician, of Stuyvesant Landing, Columbia Co, N T Corre- 
spond^ "wdteal account books and daybooks, maps, and account 
books relating to land transactions. The correspondence cMeflTew. 
earns Stevens' land Interests in Columbia Co, N. T, LocknortN T 
and the Connecticut Reserve in Ohio. Afte? 18S1 the^tters' relate 
mainly to Stevens' land holdings in Lorain Co Onto ^^ 

Descriptive list in the library. 

Purchase, 1835. 

MS 62-976 



Kdwell, John, 1819-1900. 

Papers, 1841-1900. 

11 boxes and 5 file drawers. 

In California State Library. 

Agriculturist, State senator, and U. S. Representative from Cali- 
fornia. Correspondence, diaries, business, political, and legal patters, 
and maps. Bidwell's diaries (1866-1900) are largely ranch accounts 
with one or two volumes of reminiscences of Us early life In Call- 
T™i*-r, ^S. 4 ? taany diaries and letters written by Bidwell's wife, 
Annie B. K Bldwell. Correspondents include George Hearst Samuel 
f; H S la 3 ey ' wm J*n> Ide, Thomas O. Larkln, Joseph W. McCorkle. 
Mr McKlnstry, Pterson B. Reading, John Augustus Sutter, Mariano 
Guadalupe Tallejo, and Oliver M. Wosencraft ««"uuio 

Indexed in part 

Bequest of Mrs. Bldwell, 1818; gift of Mrs. Earl McLain, 1841. 

MS 62-977 



King, Preston, 1806-1865. 

Papers, 1830-65. 

ca. 200 items, 6 boxes, and 1 reel of microfilm. 

In St Lawrence University Library. 

Microfilm copies (positive) of letters from King to Seward and 
Weed in the University of Rochester Library. 

Lawyer, newspaper publisher, and politician. Correspondence. 
Journal (1830-43), ledger (183(M3), business papers, reSlptB, and 
documents. Includes five letter books and letters asking for political 
appointments and favors. Correspondents include D. C. ChaDin. A. X. 
Parker, George Bedlngton, William H. Seward, Simeon sSth?Thur- 
low Weed, and Gideon Welles. —>»««■ o=uui, iiiur 



Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Gifts and purchase from various sources, 1945- 



MS 62-978 



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Pickens, Francis Wilkinson, 1805-1869. 

Papers, 1798-1900. 

440 items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Governor of South Carolina. Political and personal correspond- 
ence (chiefly 1809-86) of Pickens and of Ms family, concerning 
secession, the outbreak of the Civil War, and other matters. Includes 
one volume of plantation records (1889-4S4). Correspondents include 
P. G. T. Beauregard, M. L. Bonham, Braxton Bragg, Joseph E. 
Brown, Armlstead Burt, Lewis Cass, W. M. Churebwell, Jefferson 
Davis, B. W. Glbbes, Isaac W. Hayne, J. L. Orr, and William H. 
Seward. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1933-58. 

MS 62-979 



Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909. 

Papers, 1750-1917. 

ca,19ft 

In New Tork State Library. 

Author and clergyman. Correspondence, diaries (1834-1908), jour- 
nals (1837-1909) sermons, lectures, notebooks, themes and other Har- 
vard College papers, biographical material on Hale, scrapbooks, and 
memorabilia. Includes records of the Church of the Unity, Worces- 
ter, Mass., papers of Edward Everett Hale, Jr, and Hale family cor- 
respondence. Correspondents include American Antiquarian Society, 
George Bancroft, John Mason Brown, P. H. Cuahlng, Charles Define, 
George Dexter, Samuel Eliot, Edward Everett, S. V. Haven, George 
P Hoar, E. N. Horsford, George Llvermore, James Bussell Lowell, 
Theodore Lyman, A. P. Peabody, Peabody Museum, Henry Wart 
Poole, J. W. Powell, Lorenzo Sabine, Stephen Salisbury, Stephen 
Salisbury, Jr., Horace E. Scudder, Smithsonian Institution, and H, L. 
Way land. 

Descriptive list in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Edward Everett Hale, Jr., 1982. 

JMS 62-980 



U. S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Fort Wayne Agency. 

Letter book, 1809-15. 

1 v. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Division of 
Manuscripts. 

Letter book kept by John Johnston and Benjamin P. Stlckney, 
agents at the, Fort Wayne Indian Agency. Includes copies of letters 
to superior officers and various departments of the Government, lists 
of supplies sold to the Indians, receipts for work done at the fort, 
speeches addressed to the Indians and replies by the chiefs, and other 
material dealing with relations between the agency and the Indians. 
Correspondents Include Henry A. S. Dearborn, William Henry Harri- 
son, William Hull, Thomas Jefferson, L. Mason, Chief Five Medals of 
the Potawatomies, Chief Black Hoof of the Shawnees, and chiefs of 
the Chlppewas, Delawares, Eel Elvers, Muncies, Ottawas, Potawato- 
mies, Shawnees, Six Nations, and Wyandots. 

The letter book was published by the Indiana Historical Society In 
1981. 

Gift of Mrs. Thomas Byrd, 1947. 

MS 62-981 



Ames, Charles Bismark, 1870-1935. 

Papers, 1905-49. 

100 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer. Letters from Thomas P. Gore; speeches made by Ames 
and material used in the preparation of his speeches; newspaper and 
magazine clippings on such subjects as Robert L. Owen's Judiciary 
plan, the statehood question, and World War i; and other papers re- 
lating to the securing of statehood for Oklahoma. 

MS 62-982 



Kansas City, Mo. University. Library. 

Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1712-1911. 

28 items, 1 box, and 6 scrolls. 

In University of Kansas City Library, Snyder Collection of Ameri- 
cana. . ,. 

Parchment scrolls dealing with the household expenses of Queen 
Anne of Britain (1712) ; letters portraying life In Western Missouri, 
mostly around Independence, during the mld-19th century; letters of 
William Elsey Connelley to Franklin Benjamin Sanborn concerning 
John Brown ; and a mailing list and subscription lists of Leon M. 
Blrkhead, Unitarian clergyman and founder of the Friends of Democ- 
racy. 

MS 62-983 



Hortoa, Lydiard Heneage Walter, 1879-1945. 

Papers, 1860-1945. 

8 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

In part, transcripts. ,„«__ _^ 

Psychologist. Correspondence, diary, typescripts of lectures, re- 
search studies, articles, professional case histories, and material gatbj 
ered by the Cartesian Research Bureau. Includes correspondence and 
excerptsfrom the diary (I860) of Samuel Dana Horton. Otter cor- 
respondents include John Flake, C. W. Fremantle, Moretoo Frewen. 
James A. Garfield, Frederick W. Holla, Henry James, William James, 
Bobert Todd Lincoln, and William Howard Taft 

Beauest of Marlon E. Robinson- 

MS 62-984 

Pelot, Lalla. 

Papers, 1852-1956. 

249 items. 

In Duke University Library. ,^..- „<— 

Farmer of Laurens, S. C. Personal correspondence (chiefly 1857- 
78) and other papers of Pelot and of Mb family, relating to life Is the 
Confederacy, agriculture in South Ca rol ina , Confederate soldier* In 
Virginia, and conditions in the South after the Civil War. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1955-56. 

MS62-985 

Oglesby, Thaddeu3 K 

Papers, 1876-1918. 

2152 Items and 4 v. 

In Duke University library. 

Journalist and book salesman, of Georgia. Correspondence and 
other papers, chiefly relating to Ogleshy's concern for the antt- 
Southern bias of many Northern historians during Hie late 19th and 
early 20th centuries, and Illustrating his disdain for Appletos's cyclo- 
paedia of American biography, the Encyclopaedia Brltannlca, and 
Harper's encyclopaedia of United States history. Includes papers 
relating to race relations in the South after the Civil War. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired.!**. MS 62^86 



Vicksburg and Warren County Historical Society. 

Manuscript collection, 1803-1900. 

ca. 150 items and 2O0 v. 

In Old Courthouse Museum (Vicksburg, Miss.) 

In part, transcripts. 

Correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, receipts for slaves, genealogi- 
cal material, and other papers concerning Vicksburg and the South, 
particularly during the Civil War. Includes letters written during the 
siege of Vicksburg. 

Information on literary rights available In the repository. 

Gifts, 1950-60. 

MS 62-987 

Mazzanovich, Anton, 5. 1860. 
Papers, 1880-1935. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 
Author and soldier. Correspondence relating to the Apache Kid, 

John P Clum, the Earp-Holliday controversy, and the CbJsholm trail; 

MS entitled When the comet hit Tucson In 1881 ; and lantern slides 

chiefly of Esklmtnzin, Nachls, Vlctorlo, and other Apache Indians. 

Includes a MS. by Clark B. Stocking entitled A story of the frontier 

day "' MS 62-988 



Lightfoot, Thomas, 1821-1896. 

Papers, 1737-1899. 

ca. 1 ft ( ca. 450 items ) 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies (positive) 

Quaker and Indian agent Correspondence of Lightfoot and his 
wife, Mary C Lightfoot, with Philadelphia Friends concerning the 
welfare of the Fox, Iowa, and Sauk Indians of the Great Nemaha 
Agency ; records of the agency, including reports, agreements, finan- 
cial papers, and a census of the tribes; 2 papers (1737-41) concerning 
Samuel Lightfoot; 2 diaries (1757-58) ; a testimony (1781) concern- 
ing Susanna Lightfoot ; and 2 notebooks with genealogical charts of 
descendants of members of the Maiden Creek Friends Meeting, by 
Thomas Montgomery Lightfoot The material is related to the 
library's Albert L. Green and Society of Friends (Hlcksite) Conven- 
tion on Indian Affairs collections. 

Card index In the library. 

Gift of Albert L. Green and Thomas M. Lightfoot, 1B85I and 19*7. 

MS 62-989 



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WUKains, Ora, b. 1862. 

Papers, to ca. 1946. 

2 items and 12 boxes. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections 
™S nrn 5 ll,,: _i ,,a curator - Includes 8 boxes of material relating to 
Williams' service as curator of the Iowa State Dept of History and 
Archives, comprising records of the Memorial Building, employees in 
World War n. the tJ. S. Army, national and State archives, and war 
activity of other States and Federal agencies; tetters of Charles 
Aldrlch found in the Edgar Rubey Harlan correspondence ; and cen- 
tennial editions yf Iowa newspapers. Also includes 4 boxes of po- 
litical material, 1988-45, and 2 speeches. 

The 4 boxes of political material are sealed until 1975 

In part, gift of Mr. Williams, 1846. 

MS 62-890 



Brown, John F 1843-1919. 

Papers, 1870-1907. 

84 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal chief of the Seminole Nation, businessman and Baptist 
minister. Correspondence, material relating to mining and grazing 
leases, and business papers. Includes the Dawes Commission prS 



MS 62-991 

Bast, George, 1788-1857. 
Papers, 1808-79. 

334U items and 3 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Businessman, militia officer, and Virginia State legislator, of Balti- 
more and Leesburg, Va. Correspondence and other papers of Bust 
and of his family, relating to Bust's legislative career, his work on 
behalf of the Jacksonlan Democrats, his investment activities in 
Maryland and Virginia banks and mercantile Anns, and his associa- 
tion with the Virginia militia. Includes letters from members of the 
family in other sections of the U. S. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1957. 

MS 62-992 

Page, Yelverton Peyton, 1823-1863. 

Papers, 1844-1920. 

162 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Clerk of the U. S. Senate. Correspondence and other papers 
(chiefly 1851-1906), mostly relating to political events during the 
MBCs and the early years of the Civil War. Includes letters of 
Page's daughter, Mrs. Gilbert S. Miller, pertaining to ner European 
travels (1904, 1906), and letters from James T. Husklll concerning a 
new process for the minting of coins. 

Card index In the library 

Acquired, 1956. 

MS 62-993 

Norris, Thomas 6 collector. 

Papers relating to the iron industry of Cumberland Co., 
Pa., 1786-1880. 

71 items and 7 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Daybook (1789-80) of Pine Grove Furnace, in Cook Township; 
miscellaneous account book (1795-1808) of Cumberland Furnace at 
Huntsvllle; a cordwood book (1878), a charcoal book (1878) and an 
analysis book of various iron ores (1880-1801) of the South Mountain 
Mining and Iron Company of Cook Township; Pennsylvania Geologi- 

SL^T"? ""^ of 2* South Mountain; and 71 certraed copies of 

Presented by Mr. Norris, 1961. 

MS 62-994 



Pearson, Richmond Mumford, 1805-1878. 

Papers, 1862-64. 

168 items. 

I n Duke University Library. 

Lawyer, legislator, and member of North Carolina Supreme Court 
Papers relating to Confederate conscription, Confederate Army deser- 
tions, Union sentiment in North Carolina, and voting among North 
Carolina soldiers. ^^ 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1851. 

MS 62-995 rev 



Murphy, Robert Cushman, 1887- 

Joumals, 1912-60. 

29 v. 

In American Philosophical Society Library. 

In part, microfilm. 

Zoologist Autobiographical and ornithological journals of scien- 
tific expeditions, including letters, photos., and memorabilia. Areas 
studied include Bermuda, England, Europe, Long Island, Mexico New 
Zealand, Panama, Peru, the Philippines, San Jose Island, South and 
Central American coasts, South Georgia Island, the United States, 
and Venezuela. Includes material on a trip around the world, and 
on Antarctic and Pacific cruises. 

Access restricted for an Indefinite period. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Murphy, 1961. 

MS 62-996 



DuBois, Charles E 1799-1865. 

Papers. 1791-1912. 

l ft 

In Bucks County Historical Society Library (Doy lest own. Pa.) 

Associate judge of Bucks County courts, and Representative from 
Pennsylvania. Letters, sermons, and orations of the Reverend Uriah 
DuBois ; legal and estate papers relating to the Doylestown, Pa. area - 
and claims of the Lehigb Coal and Navigation Company against the 
estate of John Heany. ^^ 

Finding aid in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift 

MS62-997 



Eolch, Frederick A collector. 

Michigan school controversy collection, 1920-25. 

ca. 300 Items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Papers documenting the opposition to proposed amendments to the 
Michigan constitution that would force all elementary students Into 
the public schools. Includes minutes of meetings of the Private 
School Association (1924-25) ; correspondence related to the publi- 
cation of the Free-schools bulletin: minutes of the Joint meetings of 
tne Committee of Defense and the Executive Committee in Behalf of 
Christian Day Schools (1921-24) ; financial reports, and campaign 
fund lists from various Lutheran committees. Material is related 
to the Institute's Michigan District collection. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository 

Gift of F. A. Eolch and R. H. Meyer, 1957-58 

MS 62-998 



Abernethy, Alonzo, 1836-1915. 

Papers. 

13 items and 19 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Educator, soldier, aud author. Correspondence, diaries, addresses, 
clippings, commissions, and a book of special orders of the 9th Regi- 
ment of Iowa Infantry. 

Finding aid in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Abernethy, 1915. 

MS 62-999 



Bradfield, Adolphus. 

Papers. 

ca. 1300 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Army officer. Includes ca. 1200 Civil War letters (1860-66), 
muster rolls, payrolls, ordnance returns, reports, a record book, ad- 
dresses and speeches (1874), minutes of the Church of Christ and 
other papers. 

In part, gift of H. T. Saberson, 1917. 

MS 62-1000 



Cadle, Richard. 

Civil War papers. 

ca. 1200 Items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Correspondence, abstracts, receipts, returns, special orders, an ap- 
pointment as quartermaster, and a commission as 1st lieutenant in 
the 11th Regiment of Iowa Infantry. 

In part, gift of Martha Wilson Hard, 1911. 

MS 62-1001 



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Jones, George Wallace, 1804-1896. 

Correspondence, 1810-1910. 

4 Items and 18 v. 

Id Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Lawyer, politician, and U. S. Senator from Iowa. Includes per- 
sonal, political, and business correspondence, and a few other papers. 
The bulk of the material Is from 1833 to 1838, a period in which 
Jones served as Territorial delegate from Michigan and Wisconsin. 

MS 62-1002 



Kilbourae, David Wells, 1803-1876. 

Papers, 1836-1913. 

ca. 11,000 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Merchant and real estate promoter. Correspondence, legal papers, 
vouchers, and other papers, Including material on the Half-Breed 
Tract, railroads, the White Elk Vineyard, politics and government, 
Iowa Territory, Indian history, and personal matters. Also Includes 
correspondence of Albert Wells. 

Gift of Emma K. Wright, 1925. 

MS 62-1003 

Lucas, Robert, 1781-1853. 

Papers, 1812-41. 

ca. 110 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Soldier, legislator, and Governor of Ohio and of Iowa Territory. 
Correspondence (ca. 100 items, 1838-41) on Indians and Territorial 
administrative affairs m Iowa, a journal of proceedings to locate flbe 
capital of Iowa, appointments, and a few other papers. 

Finding aid in the repository. 

In large part, deposited by the U. S. Government 

MS 62-1004 

Salter, William, 1821-1910. 

Papers, 1824-1903. 

ca. 600 Items. 
. In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Congregational minister and historian. Correspondence on early 
churches'ln Iowa, diaries, sermons, memoranda, news clippings, other 
papers, and photos. Correspondents Include Charles Aldrlch, George 
L. Davenport, Henry Dodge, James W. Grimes, and Salter's -wife, 
Mary Aim Macklntlre Salter. 

Gifts of Mr. Salter, 1910; of Sumner Salter, 1936. 

MS 62-1005 

Hart, Samuel, 1783-1863. 

Papers, 1749-1910. 

2 ft 

In Bucks County Historical Society Library (Doylestown, Pa.) 

Associate judge of Bucks County courts, surveyor, conveyancer, 
and Justice of the peace. Correspondence, estate papers, bonds, 
agreements, and various legal papers of local interest Correspond- 
ence is partly family correspondence, partly letters from Congressmen 
and other officials concerning county, State, and national politics. 
Includes letter from Samuel D. Ingham pertaining to the over-valua- 
tion of gold and the approaching political crisis (1851) and a letter 
from John F. Watson of Germantown (1336) concerning the death of 
the Indian chief Tamenend. Estate settlements relate to the Biles, 
Cooper, Folk, Shelmlre, Twining, and Worth estates; other estate 
papers relate to the Colonel Bobert Loller estate and the Thomas G. 
Kennedy estate. 

Finding aid in the library. Also described in the Bucks County 
Historical Society Proceedings, v. S, p. 717-732. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 
Gift of Samuel Hart, Jr. 

MS 62-1006 

Gladden, Washington, 1836-1918. 

Papers. 1847-1921. 

33 ft (11,000 Items) ' 

In Ohio Historical Society collections. 
.~S on 5f esaUoIlal """ster and author. Correspondence ' (chiefly 
M00-1B), sermons (chiefly 1880-1900), lectures, book reviews and 
other papers. The correspondence (mostly incoming) is from clergy- 
men, journalists, scholars, and politicians, and relates principally to 
the social gospel and Its relationship to adult education. Tbeser- 
mons deal with a variety of spiritual ethical political social liter- 
S&^^SJyJS? toplcs - lman<te s Claries (1882, 1891-46, 1906-06, 
1910, and 1913-15) of the Reverend Edward J. Converse, one of Glad- 
deu's associates is Columbus, Ohio. 

j^™° tor yand ""Meet Index of sermons In the repository. 

ulllp HWv—tSO. 

MS 62-1007 



Doane, William CrosweB, Bp., 1832-1913. 

Papers, 1769-1932. 

ca. 3 f t 

In New York State Library. 

Episcopal Bishop and chancellor of the Board of Begents of the 
University of the State of New Tort Correspondence, journal, 
poems, sermons, autobiography, papers on marriage and divorce, por- 
traits, and pictures. Includes papers of Doane's father, George 
Washington Doane, second Episcopal Bishop of New Jersey, and of 
James Terry Gardiner. Correspondents Include Clarence King, J. P. 
Morgan, Amasa Parker, and Horatio Potter. The material is related 
to the library's collection of James Terry Gardiner papers. 

Gift of Mrs. Charles Fayerweather and Bisters, 1947-52 and later 

Descriptive lists In the library. 

MS 62X1008 



Peet, James. 

Diary and account book, 1856-64. 

2 v. 

In Douglas County Historical Museum (Superior Wis.) 

Transcripts (typewritten) * ' 

„ JS^^7-- n P lary . ten S„ of Peet ' s woA <* be rode the circuit of 
Sv^SS" Tf " 8 ^ M? 1 ** 00 "*. «M northern Mlnnesota/and 
gives weather information for each of the days It covers. Acemm? 

Transcribed In 1939 in the course of a WPA project 

MS 62-1009 



Field family. 

Papers, 1824-1933. 

504 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, memoranda, account book, legal documents, com- 
position book, and clippings. Early correspondence of the Field and 
McMaster families describes the countryside, activities, and prosper- 
ity of the Ohio region, especially Cincinnati ; the growth of Hannibal 
and Dubuque are described Is letters from Missouri Territory 1835- 
40. Correspondence between 1900-20 gives Information on the East- 
ern Shore aud on Francis Makemle, founder of the Presbyterian 

Church in America. Newspaper clippings concern Virginia and Mary- 
land genealogy, political figures, and fruit and vegetable culture. 
Card index In the library. 



MS 62-1010 



Wilson, Mary Bullock (Shelby) 1876-1959. 

Papers on Kentucky women in politics, 1910-45. 

ca. 1000 items. 

In University of Kentucky Library. 

Forms part of the Samuel M Wilson manuscript collection. 

Political leader. Papers concerning State and local women's or- 
ganizations in the first years of women's participation In politics. 
Includes papers relating to the Woman's State Democratic Club of 
Kentucky, the Kentucky Equal Bights Association, and the Kentucky 
League of Women Voters. The material is related to the library's 
Laura Clay collection, and to the Democratic Party papers of its 
Wilson collection. 

Bequest of Mr. Wilson, 1946-59. 

MS 62-1011 



Los Angeles. Public Library. 

Miscellaneous California manuscripts, 1817-1902. 

9 items. 

In Los Angeles Public library. 

In part, transcripts made from originals in the Henry E. Hunting- 
ton Library, San Marino, Calif. 

Copies of four MSS. by Horace Bell (1830-1918) entitled: Bulls, 
bears and burros, Manifest destiny as It appeared in Nicaragua, OTw 
spiritual conquest of California, and Vasquez vendetta; California 
and Pacific coast names, their origin and meaning, by William J. 
Hamilton ; Belatlon du voyage d'Ernest de Massey de Passavant Hte 
SaOne, en California, 1849-50; the official record (1817) of the trial 
of a contraband trader on the California coast, G. W. Eayrs, com- 
mander of the Mercury ; Journal of a cruise in the Pacific on board 

Sol; ft ^ te " U - S .? te i£? 843 "" 44 ' by William Plnckney Toler (1825- 
v^rV CommisslST ^ * ** * S " *™*5» Indian^ 



Acquired from various sources, ca. 1905-10. 



MS 62-1012 



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Taylor, James, of the North Carolina Cherokee*. 
Papers, 1831-1932. 
558 items and 1 v. 
t In Duke University library. 

Cherokee Indian representative to the U. S. Government Per- 

%?£L*?f iSS2 e "^525 ,, ,'' (,:htefly aMS-MOB) relating to Taylor's 
efforts to collect alleged claims of the Cherokees against theFed- 
enU Government the Indians' movement to the West, the financial 
JXfiSSL .' *?,? Indians remaining in North Carolina, the role of the 
Cherokees b> the Civil War, attitudes of Congress toward the Indians, 
and Taylor's life after his retirement. ^^ 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1953-54. 

MS 62-1013 



Swanson, Claude Augustus, 1862-1939 
Papers, 1867-1935. 
62 items. 
In Duke University Library. 

rJ^^E. 11 - S ' £?£" !£? Vlr « lnia . «"d Secretary of the Navy. 
Correspondence and other items, mostly dealing with Virginia met 
office appointments and Swanson's efforts to build up a loyal political 
fouowmg in Virginia. Includes scattered references to State L™ 
uonal politics. 

Card index In the library. 

Acquired. 1955. 

MS 62-1014 



Temple family. 

Papers, 1418-1749. 

ca. 9000 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
.„HTT D<1 ? ce ' wlUs ' legal papers ' awonnts, inventories, customs 
and Parliamentary papers, material on Bnddiighamshlre affairs, and 

2m~ ZfST™ ^ £* J™ 1 ?!? famUy °* Bart ° n DMsetTwaTwicfc 
shire, and Stowe, Buckinghamshire, v.ng 

Summary reports In the library 

Forms part of the library's Stowe collection. 

MS 62-1015 



Morgan, John Hunt, 1825-1864. 
Papers, 1840-70. 
650 items. 

l«£ n on a (2842f y ° f NOItb Carollna Library, Southern Historical Col- 

Confederate officer. Military and family correspondence, maps, 

broadsides, clippings, and other material, of Morgan, of his mother 

bo« S Tenn. LfiIlngton ' **• and ot tbe Be*** *™»Oy of Murfrees- 

TTnpubllshed description In the library 
Purchase, 1952. 

MS 62-1016 



Stribling, Mary Calvert 

Papers, 1835-1930. 

2515 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Civic leader, of Martinsburg, W. Va. Papers (chiefly 1920-29) 
relating to Miss Stripling's work as a State officer of the West Vir- 
ginia Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and as an 
official of the Bed Cross in the Martinsburg, W. Va, area. Includes 
scattered business and family papers. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1950. 

MS 62-1017 

Thome, Edward Alston, 6. 1828. 

Papers, 1831-1904. 

726 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Fanner and Confederate ordnance officer, of Littleton, N. C Bus- 
iness and personal correspondence, legal documents, and other papers 
(chiefly 1862-73) relating to Thome's service in tneConfederateArmy 
(mainly in Virginia and North Carolina), his farming operations, and 
his activity as tax assessor of Halifax Co, N C. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1951-60. 

MS 62-1018 



Smith, William, 1756-1835. 

Papers, 1785-1834. 

240 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Member of Parliament. Correspondence, relating mainly to the 
abolition of slavery in the West Indies, together with a partially un- 
published poem of Robert Southey entitled To the exiled patriots. 
Letters of William WUberfbrce (24 Items) discuss personal affairs, 
politics, abolition, and other matters. Letters from Thomas Clark- 
son discuss the antlslavery movement Letters from Smith's constit- 
uents discuss politics, social conditions, parliamentary reform, British 
foreign trade, slavery In the Indies, and economic conditions. Corre- 
spondents Include Prisdlla Buxton, Thomas Fowell Buxton, andZacb- 
ary Macaulay. 



Card Index in the library. 
Acquired, 1954. 



MS 62-1019 



Van Alstyne family. 

Papers, 1667-1833. 
145 Items. 
^In Commbla County Historical Society collections (Kmderhook, 

In part, transcript. 

Conveyances of land, leases, agreements, contracts, sales of Neero 
slaves, and other papers. Includes papers relating to the rarmrt 
Jan Martense Van Alstyne (especially that part known as Orchard 
Home Farm), the win of Alexander Van Alstyne, some deeds toland 
^i<^ ^TL of Stnyyesant, and a copy of the Klnderhook patent 
(1886). Other family names represented Include Conyn, Gardenier. 
Schermerhorn, Ten Broeck, Van Alen, Van derPod, Van DemenT^ 
Rensselaer, and Vosbnrgh, "*<****. ion 

In part, the gift of Mrs, Spencer W.HIndes. 1942. 

MS 62-1020 
Wilson, Samuel Mackay, 1871-1946, collector. 

Manuscript collection: World War i papers. 1916-4L 

ca.6ft (ca. 8000 items) r ±~ •» ^"»-«*. 

In University of Kentucky Library. 

Correspondence, general orders, court martial decisions, mans nro- 
gMoMnslgnia, pictures, and other papers accumulated by Wilson In 
£T^i2£ hte military training and his service as kdgHSvo- 
cate of the 77th Division. Includes material and the Platrabunt mtuV 
tary toainlng camps, 1916-17, the 77th DivisloD and its Judge advocate 
department, and the -Lost Battalion" In the Battle oTtheArgonne^ 

Bequest of Mr. wnson, 1946-69. ^^ 

MS 62-1021 
Hose, Kenneth Daniel, 1888-1960. 

Papers, 1879-1957. 

ca. 300 items and 5 v. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives, 
„5 ead . of TloUn department at Ward Belmont Conservatory of 
Music Nashville. Correspondence, wrltlngB on music, scrapbooks, 
clippings, programs, and notices. The correspondence deals with the 
first Nashville Symphony Orchestra, 1925-81, and with the efforts of 
Rose to obtain, a publisher for his work Pioneer Nashville, its Bonn 
and tunes, 1780-1860, of which 2 typewritten copies are in the collec- 
tion. Includes another work, War music of the Confederacy and a 
scrapbook containing dippings, programs and notices collected dnrlne 
Rose's studies abroad. "~«=u uuriog 

Unpublished register In the library. 
Purchased from Mrs. Rose, 196L 

MS 62-1022 

West Virginia. University. 

Miscellaneous materials, 1761-1954. 

ca. 105 items. 5t,1 box. 2 folders, and 1 roll of microfilm. 

In West Virginia University Library (11, 16, 49, 71 95 234. 256 
29S, 361, 375, 388, 421, 431, 438, 445, 465, 491, 493, 498.' 516 543 
545, 580, 586, 596, 601, 620, 677, 689, 703, 749, 775, 841, 848 861. 865 
900.924,929,946,966,1036,1040,1070,1076) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Correspondence, radio scripts, price lists, stock certificates, land 
office records, statistical charts, minute books, record books, execution 
book, tax records, cemetery records, herd books, population data, 
genealogical notes, bills, broadsides, circulars, printed forms, clip- 
pings, advertisements, photos., reports, military records, materials for 
local history, and memorabilia. Includes information on steamboat- 
ing, politics, student life, coal properties, printing, the Ku Klux Klan 
in West Virginia, local fairs, building specificatons, the West Virginia 
song, and persons and families. Names associated with the more 
sizeable groups among these 40-odd collections are Sir William Howe, 
Harry F. Temple; Marion/Monongalia and Preston Counties; Mann- 
ing District Fair, Smokeless Coal Industrial Exhibition, and the West 
Virginia Association of Student Councils. 

Described separately in Guide to manuscripts and archives in the 
West Virginia collection, by Charles Shelter (1958) 

MS 62-1023 



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Wyneken, Friedrich Konrad Dietrich, 1810-1876 

Papers, 1838-1941. 

ca. 130 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts. 

Lutheran clergyman and church official. Correspondence on 
pastoral and synodical affaire, comments on mission work in early 
settlements in Michigan and Indiana, biographical notes, sermons pro- 
grams of the Wyneken centennial, pamphlets appealing for more' min- 
isters for German immigrants, and photos. The material is related to 
the repository's Craemer, O. Fuerbringer, Loehe, W. Sihler, Walther 
and Saginaw Valley collections. ' 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions 

Informationon literary rights available in the repository 
oth£? S Foerbringer, & Koenig, H. Steger, F. C. Wyneken, and 

MS 62-1024 



Fumkhouser family. 

Papers, 1786-1941. 

1968 items and 13 t. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, diary, and other papers, chiefly 1886-1908 of the 
Funkhouser family of Virginia. Topics discussed include conditions 
In the West, opposition to slavery, and economic conditions in the 
TJ. S. after 1837 ; Civil War letters concern Northern opinion, camp 
life of Union and Confederate soldiers, and the state of the Sooth. 
Post-war letters are mainly personal. Includes a diary (1863) kept 
D 7 <*- H. Snapp, a minister of the United Brethren In Christ Church, 
telling of religious life among soldiers and civilians. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1954-58 



MS 62-1025 



Freeman, Merrill Pingree, 1844-1915. 

Papers, to 1920. 

lbox. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Banker. Articles or reprints of articles written by Freeman in- 
cluding Coronado's expedition in 1540, The dread Apache— that early 
day scourge of the Southwest, Early day experiences of an old-time 
telegrapher. The regeneration of Tucson, early day conditions con- 
trasted with today, 1914, and When the Pope first heard of Tucson. 

MS 62-1026 



BizzeH, William Bennett, 1876-1944. 
Papers, 1914-44. | 

14 ft. ! 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Author and educator. Correspondence (personal and business) ; 
speeches; US. of Bizzell's I work. The changing intellectual climate; 
scrapbooks; articles, newspaper clippings, and other printed matter 
on such subjects as China, India, defense, economics, education politi- 
cal science, religion, and sociology; certificates; Bizzeli genealogy; 
maps; and photos. Includes material relating to the University of 
Oklahoma. 

MS 62-1027 



Burke, Thomas, 1849-1925. 

Papers, 1875-1925. 

28 ft. (ca. 40,000 items) 

In University of Washington Library. 

Lawyer, businessman, and politician. Personal and business cor- 
respondence, and other papers. Concerns business promotions in the 
Pacific Northwest (especially railroads and real estate) Burke's 

— . "—Alness, the Great Northern Railway Co, the Carnegie Endow- 

-— »or International Peace, the development of commerce with the 
Orient, and Washington State politics. Persons and groups men- 
tioned include John Beard Allen, Erastus Brainerd, the China Club 
™,f e ?, ttI ^ Harrington Emerson, Daniel Hunt Gilman, James Jerome 
HUL Samuel HID, William Ewart Humphrey, the Japan Society of 
Seattle, the Japanese Consulate of Seattle, Wesley Llvsey Jones, 
John Harte McGraw, John Franklin Miller, Elihu Boot and Boot's 
law firms, James Dickinson Smith and Co., bankers of New York, 
Watson Carvosso Squire, Henry Lewis Stimson, William Howard 
Taft, and Ambrose Baxkley Wyckoft The material is related to the 
library's Caroline M. Burke, Gilman, and McGUvra collections. 

Described in the library's Manuscript series, no. 3 (1960) 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Burke's estate, 1335. 

MS 62-1028 



West Virginia. University. 

Personal papers and related materials, 1758-1957. 

ca. 370 items, 4v,l box and 26 folders. 

In West Virginia University Library (25, 27, 28, 34, 89, 66, 80, 88, 
104, 125, 128, 144, 148, 151, 189, 206, 208, 218, 229, 231, 246, 248 250, 
260, 284, 285, 286, 287, 331, 335, 337, 339, 341, 847, 353, 367, 369, 370. 
381, 385, 880, 394, 423, 435, 438, 456, 466, 473, 488, 509, 510, 526. 530; 
533, 547, 561, 562, 569, 60S, 610, 626, 648, 664, 672, 687, 692, 730, 731, 
737, 742, 74S. 750, 760, 764, 787, 793, 804, 814, 827, 828, 868, 871, 889, 
892, 905, 912, 917, 934, 838, 944, S45, 951, 871, 972, 976, 893, 1013, 1021, 
1046, 1058, 1066, 1067, 1078, 1094, 1125) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Correspondence, certificates of various kinds, receipts, genealogical 
notes, family papers, business papers, household accounts, wills, 
deeds, commissions, school notebooks, military records of various 
kinds, legal papers, petitions, diplomas, land grants, invoices bills, 
surveys, plats, tax lists, licenses, speeches, birth records, contracts, 
circulars, photos., and miscellaneous printed materials. Contains 
information on the Civil War, land, education, politics, genealogies, 
lawsuits, pensions, and literary matters as well as on trading, local 
history, commodities and prices, logging, crops, slaves, church activi- 
ties and newspapers in West Virginia. Names associated with the 
more sizable collections in this group of approximately 100 are 
Daniel Boardman; Chapin family, William Cochran, Beatrice H. 
Cooper; John M. Daniel, Herbert Warder Dent, Thomas L. Dunn, 
Braxton B. Dnrrett; Charles James Faulkner; Thomas Gibson - 
Thomas M. Harris, Thomas W. Harrison, Noah Henderson, Henshaw 
family, John S. S. Herr, Hlett family; Johnson family; John R. 
Kenly; George Robert Latham; 2. T. McBee, McBee family, Henry 
O. Middleton; Neil family; George W. Orr, Jesse Parsons, Jacob 
Peirpont, Price family, William Price ; Rector family, Powell Benton 
Beynolds; Sidney F. Shaw; Turner family; Van Meter family- and 
Anthony Ware. ' 

Described separately in Guide to manuscripts and archives in the 
West Virginia collection, by Charles Shetler (1958) 

MS 62-1029 



Herzberger, Frederik William, 1859-1930 
Papers, 1892-1930. 
ca. 140 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 
In part, transcripts (typewritten) ' 

«.i I 52SS ^SF"^ <md ***- Poem8 ' "on**, sermons, blograpbl- 
oS^^S x f' ■" °? tton on S* 01 ** WashlntfoTandlbirtoi 
Open to investigators under repository restrictions *»»"«>■ 

SSTl W.^akS. 118 " 8 aTOUaWe "" *• «*»«"■* 

MS 62-1030 



Bives, Alfred Landon, 1830-1903. 

Papers, 1839-88. 

1206 items and 5 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Army engineer. Confederate offlcer, and architect, of Albemarle Co, 
Va. Primarily Bives' correspondence, relating to his attendance at 
the fieole nationale des pouts et chaussees, Paris; his military and 
civilian careers: family matters and social, political, and economic 
affairs in Virginia; and the Washington Peace Convention (1861). 
Includes a diary (1829-31) of Bives' mother, Judith Page Walker 
Bives, concerning life in the diplomatic community in Paris, travels 
on the continent French social life and customs, the Revolution of 
1830, U. S. political developments, and other matters; and three 
ledgers of Francis E. Bives, U. S. Representative. Correspondents 
include Francis R. Bives, Julia Page Bives, and Sdouard Schwebete 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1938-50. 

MS 62-103 



McGilvra, John Jay, 1827-1903. 

Papers, 1861-1903. 

3 ft (ca. 3500 items) 

In University of Washington Library. 

Lawyer, U. S. attorney, State legislator, and business promoter. 
Correspondence, 5 letter press copybooks (1873-80), legal briefs, and 
other papers. Concerns McGilvra's work as U. S. attorney for Wash- 
ington Territory, 1861-66, his legislative work in 1886, his business 
promotions and legal business, and politics in Seattle and Washing- 
ton. The material Is related to the library's Caroline McGilvra 
Burke, Thomas Burke, and Gilman collections. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of the estate of Thomas Burke, 1835. 

MS 62-1082 



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Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 1828-1882. 

Papers of Dante Gabriel Kossetti and William Michael 
Rossetti, 1840-1916. -uw««i 

414 items. 
In Duke University Library 

to fflAffs aar 3 ^ «s«i «jc 

and her son, Herbert : GDeteSt^fei ^S* *' *?*** Glkhrist 
P. Baum (M34) ** u<2 ™t edited by Clarence (Sondes and Paun 

Acquired, 1935- 

MS 62-1033 



Boggles, DanieL 

Papers, 1847-65. 

162 Items and 2v, 

In Duke University library 

BraSnBraS: Cone ^ <mden ' s »*»■■« P. G. T. Beauregard* and 

Card Index In the library 
Acquired, 1944-58. 

MS 62-1034 



Rnmsey, James, 1743?-1792. 

Papers, 1787-1930. 

115 items. 

In Duke TTnlTerslty Library. 

Inventor, of Shepherdstown, Virginia (now West Virginia) Cor- 
respondence, newspaper dippings, and other papers (chiefly before 
i k '.., ^ nms «y ■"* ni s descendants, relating to attempts to estab- 
lish his claims to iuvention of the steamboat over those of John 
£^ SSSSS."? * M ^« t Alexander Koblnson Boteler, who 
* jf™ 86 ^ claims, and genealogical information on the Bom- 
sey xemny. ^^ 

Card index In the library. 
Acquired, 1935. 

MS 62-1035 



Daugherty, Charles L 1873- 

Papers, 1901-13. 

400 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Labor leader in Oklahoma. Correspondence relating to farm, labor 

hSTSSSS ^ ,w 52b ^S?" l*"***- Instate a tnimeograpbed 
*2"5S22ZEESr "I***** ^ Board of Health^S 

MS 62-1036 



Crnce, Crnce, and Bleakmore, Ardmore, Ohio. 
Records, 1899-1909. 

12ft 

In Un£roslry of Oklahoma Library. 

rrSS f *iSSS aen ?^l alaw 2™*»"ra variously as Crnce and Crnce; 
Crnce, Grace, and Crnce; and Crnce, Grace, and Bleakmore. Indnta 
SE5"w ,, ELi , 52 <* Lee Grace ^oSSSTafiES 
22K^L£-??1 ? ttlnR m ™snceeBEf<il campaign for the Dsne- 
ST^iSSESSl^ 1 ■"»"»««■. letters from the Commissioner tothe 
Pto CMUnd Tribes, and other papers relating totodtantaS migi 

MS 62-1037 



Douglas, Helen (Gahagan) 1900- 

Papers, 1920-52. 

96 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library 
-.£?H2J2? u - S- KePresentatJve from California. Correspond- 
ence, speeches and printed matter relating to Mrs. Douglas' work as 
%2$Z aae * 2i Uon £ CommitteewomanTher senatorial cantata 
2JE2h™ d h £L£^ d, ? tion to *"* P««s'«enUal and congressional 
camiHtos ; subject ffle of correspondence and printed matter deaUng 
S£? ™Sfl a ?l. mlgr,, ?" 7 « W0rkere: «»S™eslonal and legSaHvf 
SS..i?f^ St <»S^! ss) : ^ <* lesWatlon introduced bylfa. 
DOTglas in theSlst Congress, and other legislative reference papers- 
theatrical material consisting of scripts, scrapbooks, cUpptaiiTmil 
grams, and contracts; biographical material; and 167 photosT^ 

MS 62-1038 

Frendenthal, Elsbeth Estelte. 

Papers, 1900-53. 

ca.2ft 

la University of Oklahoma Library. 

EefflDonu^ securtry analyst and anthor. Personal correspondence; 
tS^"?, notes (including information relating to Alberto SantoV 
£S?.!? ) L, n,ater, f!J P ertamln S to aviation history, (fcribbeaTand 
Laan-American^ aviation, and Pan-American atrwaVsTaTavbtttan 
bibliography; other papers; and 21 photos, on early aviation. ™ raon 

MS 62-1039 

Peterson, Hjalmar Otto, 1879-1957. 

Papers, 1930-54. 

500 Items and S v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections 
„JE H ™ c se ^ t "S\ newspaper P nMten «-. and printer. Correspond- 
^£5H\ ttt ,*2 Ules - ?° d "^rapaP" dippings (some mounted in 
scrapbooks) relating to the history of Washington Co., mw. to Sttn! 
water Lumberjack Days celebrations, and politics. Thedtopings In- 
clude data on Peterson's activities as an organizer for the Nonparti- 
san League^ and on his activities in the Parmer-Labor Party and its 
Sf-TfJ »e Democratlc-Fariner-Labor Party. Correspondents m- 
S?m A ? E J s t5;_ Al " lre ? en ' Bmwr ■*■ Benson, Theodore ChrteUanson. 
PhtUp P. LaFollette, Walter W. Liggett, and Floyd B. Otaotu^ 

Descriptive inventory in the repository 
Gift of Evangeline Peterson, 1957. 

MS 62-1040 



Holvik, Johan Andreas. 

Papers, 1899-1960. 

ca_ 3 ft and 1 reel of microfilm (negative) 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

College professor. Correspondence, reports, articles, dippings, 
.""J? 5*™aterlalfonad In other sources, microfilm copies of the books 
to the library of : Olof Ohman, discoverer of the Kensington rnnestone. 
the Pogelblad-Onman scrapbook, and other papers. The bulk of the 
collection relates to the Kensington rnnestone and to Holvik's at- 
tempts to disprove Its authenticity. Includes correspondence and 
ir an 2 al ,.2? OTts reIatiD i: *» the Norse-American centennial celebra- 
tion of 1925, correspondence relating to Norwegian-American news- 
papers, and to musical events at Concordia College, Moorhead. Mini. 
a tape recording of an Interview (1949) between LucDe Kane ofthe 
Minnesota Historical Society and Edward Ohman (who was with his 
father, Olof Ohman at the time the stone was found) and a recording 
Of a radio program dramatizing the finding of the stone. Correspond- 
ents Include Theodore C. Blegen, George T. Plom, Hjalmar E. Holand, 
Edward Ohman, Ole E. Bolvaag, and Erik Wahlgren. 
Descriptive Inventory In the repository. 
Gift of Karl M. Holvik and Paul A. Holvik, 1961. 

MS 62-1041 



Pendergast, William Wirt, 1833-1903. 
Papers, 1816-1956. 
ca_ 6 ft and 1 reel of microfilm. 
In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

«„?3^v-^[ es £ >nde,loe ' dlarles ' »°M«* "les. account books, 
and notebooks of Pendergast and his family, relattoTto the Ttotorvof 
SS?^? *"****<* Counties, MLT^^^nd^afcond? 
S£? ^^T Kt ?^2?' *« J?™ War - «">• Minnesota InSSTwa? of 
sa^i^S^L'? *it D f?°£L, t ? m,ns aod &rmOT ' inatitutes, 1ms? 
neBEinvestments intte United States and In South America, aid Oe 

WinffiS*^ at ^ university of Minnesota ~Scfute 7Z 
S^ S lJ 1 ^ a ? ) taw ^ ^toothy Harrison Pendergast whflewlth 
le^S»rt Ma '^ ^S& G £?^la M a "ember of^ld^neloS 
Kegt, diaries (1889-1951) kept by Sophia Pendergast WbjEeTand 



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Pendergast, William Wirt, 1833-1903. Papers, 1S1G-1956. 
(Continued) 
correspondence of tie Burnham, Cogswell, and Harrington families. 
Correspondents include John Haynes Holmes, Harry Pratt Judson, 
OffrUsp Lamont Earold B. Stassen, and Max Weber. 
Descriptive Inventory In the repository. 

Gifts of Sophia Pendergast White, 1938 and 1958; John L. White, 
1854-58. 

MS 62-1042 



West Virginia, University. 

Kecords of organizations, 1719-1952. 

ca. 65 Items, 7 v„ 1 box, 1 folder and 3 rolls of microfilm. 

In West Virginia Library (124, 139, 365, 447, 520, 537, 575, 581, 
617, 762, 773, 830, 835, 836, 853, 1014, 1020, 1023, 1043, 1052, 1080) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Mostly church records: minutes, statistics, accounts; records of 
baptisms, marriages, and deaths; membership lists, histories, society 
and Sunday school records, circuit map, and correspondence; and 
papers of an American Legion post, the Society of Ex-Confederates 
in Hampshire County, the Horgantown Defense Council, Sampson 
Solder's organization of the Independent Company of Scouts (1864), 
and the West Virginia Historical Society. Includes material on the 
genealogy of the Poage and allied families, and correspondence of 
Bobert B. Woodworth concerning his work Hie captives of Abb's 
Valley. 

Described separately In Guide to manuscripts and archives in the 
West Virginia collections, by Charles Sbetler (1958) 

MS 62-1043 



Small, John Humphrey, 1858-1946. 

Papers. 1720-1946. 

9717 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Lawyer and TJ. S. Bepreseutatlve from North Carolina. Corre- 
spondence, legal documents, and other papers (chiefly 1850-70 and 
1912-37) of Small; of his wife's father. Col. Bufus W. Wharton, 
lawyer and planter; and of CoL David M Carter, lawyer, planter, 
businessman, and court official, of Fairfield, N. C. Small's papers 
form the bulk of the collections and concern his North Carolina agri- 
cultural interests, his legal practice, his activities In Congress, river 
and harbor improvements, the Intracoastal Waterway, patronage, 
Southern financial conditions, TJ. S. and North Carolina politics, 
World War i labor problems, and the 1929 depression. The papers 

before 1850 are mainly deels, family papers, and i»p' documents. 
Wharton's and Carter's papers relate largely to the legal profession 
and to their agricultural interests. 

Card index In the library. 

Acquired, 1955-58. 

MS 62-1044 



Noble, William Henry, 1. 1813. 

Papers, 1807-1913. 

359 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Lawyer and Army officer, of Bridgeport, Conn. Correspondence 
and other papers concerned with Noble's anti-slavery and Republican 
Party activities, and his work In the Army as a paymaster and sup- 
pry agent Includes letters of William A. WWougnby of New Haven 
while with the 10th Begt, Conn. Volunteers, In South Carolina, New 
Bern, N. a, Petersburg, Va, and St Augustine, Pla. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 195L 

MS 62-1045 



Prim, John M 

Papers, 1872-1935. 

866 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Mine superintendent of Davidson Co, N. C. Correspondence of 
Prim and of his two daughters, Mlra Belle and Nannie, concerning 
social, family, and religious matters, patent medicines. Wake Forest 
College, and a North ra<min« election (1924). 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1951, 

MS62-1046 



Baldwin, William Henry, 1891- 

Paper«. 1922-60. 

4 ft 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Public 'relations counselor and philanthropist Correspondence 
and other papers, largely relating to the programs and reports of 
Baldwin's firm, 1924—42, and of the partnership of Baldwin and 
Mermey, 1942-60, in public relations counseling; and to bis Interest 
In civic and philanthropic organizations, including the National 
Urban League and the Museum of Immigration In the Statue of 
Liberty. Includes his correspondence (S3 Items, 1947-58) with 
Chester Bowles; and tne correspondence (ca. 75 Items, 1922-34) of 
Baldwin's mother, Buth Standlsh Baldwin, founder of the National 
Urban League. 

Unpublished Inventory in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Baldwin, I960. 

MS 62-1047 



Wallace, Campbell, 1806-1895. 

Papers, 1840-1946. 

7 ft (ca. 5000 items) 

In University of Tennessee Library. 

Businessman of Knoxville, Tenn. and Atlanta, Ga. Correspond- 
ence and related printed material Business letters to Wallace con- 
cern railroads and banks with which he was officially associated, the 
EHyton t.qwh Company of Birmingham, the East Tennessee Iron and 
Coal Company, and the New River Mining Company, as well as his 
private business concerns. Later material Is Wallace family corre- 
spondence. 

Indexed in the library's manuscript catalog. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Information on literary rights available In the Library. 
Gift nf Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Wallace, Sr, 1956. 

MS 62-1048 

Logan, George William, 1828-1896. 

Military records, 1861-65. 

1600 Items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical 
Collection (1560) 

Confederate officer. Correspondence, reports, orders, petitions, 
and other papers relating to Logan's command of the 2d Louisiana 
Heavy Artillery Battalion at Fort Beauregard, La., and other places. 
Includes dally, weekly, and monthly company reports, ordnance re- 
ports, medical reports, orders received and sent petitions for transfer, 
communications from officers and civilians, and papers concerning 
conscripts, deserters, construction work, and the use of local slave 
labor. 

Unpublished description In the library. 



Deposited by Logan Pratt 1948. 



MS 62-1049 



Gibbons family. 

Correspondence, 1758-1814. 

668 items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence of John Gibbons, businessman, lawyer, and planter, 
and of other members of his family. Includes Information on South 
Carolina shipping and sale of prizes of war (1776 and after), land 
speculation and settlement in Georgia, American prisoners of war 
during the Revolution, Georgia finance, taxation, politics, and govern- 
ment Federalism in Savannah during the 1790's, and naval action 
off the Georgia coast during the War of 1812. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1944-56. 

MS 62-1050 

Lenoir family. 

Papers, 1803-93. 

3 ft (ca. 2500 items) 

In University of Tennessee Library. 

Papers of Gen. William Lenoir, 1751-1839, William Ballard Lenoir, 
1775-1852, and others of the Lenoir family of Tennessee. Corre- 
spondence concerning business Interests, together with land grants, 
deeds, notes, receipts, and items pertaining to family land and slaves. 
Includes papers relating to the Lenoir Manufacturing Company, 
Ferguson & Lenoir, American Mining & Manufacturing Company, 
Fort Cass, Tenn, Fort Payne, Ala, Fort Loveu, ai« and the Lenoir 
City Company. 

Unpublished guide In the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift 

MS 62-1061 



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Arndt, Edward L 

Paper?, 1886-1927. 
<a. 2 ft. (125 items) 

Luth^^ r ^ HiSt0ri<:al - Instlttlte collections (St. Louis) 

rS? * }30-Z& Includes material in German and Chines* 
STJ= f ' nTeSti ^ 0rs nnder «P<«i*ory restrictions ^ 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

MS 62-1052 

Alexander, Ira Olyen. 

Papers, 1806-1952. 

140 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 

Bennington, Indian Territory*. ^ 0t *** lonn<Jin S »t 

MS 62-1053 

Collon, James. 

Papers, 1938-45. 

688 items. 

In University of Oklahoma library 
.„„ C ? m 5? on £ en< i? wlth ° ffl «iate In the Bureau of Reclamation relat- 
ing to the W. C. Austin Beclamation and Irrigation PreJert and 
southwestern Oklahoma history, and photoa tf the AhSSjJert 
regions recorded by Colkm while serving .!slogL^fot^I»S2 

MS 62-1054 

Colliding, Richard A 

Papers, 1914-52. 

165 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 

rag, sga fsassEva si^s^ 

MS 62-1055 

Court, Nathan Altshiller, 1881- 

Papers, 1916-52. 

8 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University professor. MS. and galley sheets of Court's book. Col- 
tege geometry, MSS. entitled IinaginarTelemeTts ta^geonSryTi 
SS^S^™ «*** * teu *''. Mathematics In the hWytfcMllsa- 
tion, and Modern synthetic geometry, and other papers, 

MS 62-1056 

Creek Nation. 

Records. 1898-1907. 

235 Items.' 

In University of Oklahoma Library 

er 8 S\Ss^a^h^L° t,,er ""^ ^^ * e,ecHon8 - tat "* 

MS 62-1057 

Cashing Refining Company, Cashing, Ohio. 
Records, 1927-45. 
238 items. 
In University of Oklahoma Library 

»«i!S^? ia S£i, and "J "*- Includes directives and regulations 
issued by the Petroleum Administration for War. » ns»«u«ii. 

MS 62-1058 

Dale, Edward Everett, 1879- 

Papers, 1865-1948. 

14 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 
n»Sf^„f?1 I?™?"*- ^Professional correspondence; galleys of 
Dales writings Including Cherokee cavaliers and A history of Okla- 
homa: cuppings and scrapbooks of historic Interest; and range cattle 
~£^i. ^^« enrrespondence, personal papers, and^range and 
camp photos, of Frank M. Canton. ■-■-—. — « "»«"• 

MS 62-1059 



Dangerfield, Royden James, 1902- 
Papers, 1937-42. 
ca.Sft ' 
In University of Oklahoma Library. 

otShnZ?'^, 1 ^^ '- MSS - of *■* *""*>»& Institution report on 
OUahoma, The hidden weapon-the story of economic warfare; The 
reminiscences of Dennis T. Flynn, and The strategy of ^the^cMc! 
«T^.JT? research notes a" 3 •">«■ papers relating to the formal 
Hon of Oklahoma government & International relations. 

MS 62-1060 
West Virginia. University. 

ca!,TOTtem S manUSCTiptS " nd ****** papers > **- 1879-1956. 

^tI t ^^, ViTgiDi& University Library (ZL 127 2TL 364. 571 «r» 
614, 619, 625, T58, 767, 784, 819, 1068, 1095) *«.«», Wl, «0J, 

Ah«haml^ : «*ebook of data reWSTt. Sann^T^nertmJ 

MS 62-1061 

Davison, Oscar William. 

Papers. 1943-49. 

ea.2ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library 
.„? ni ! enilty nrofes ! or - Professional correspondence, reports, charts. 
Sl^ 1 ^, n!j L« Hn * Davison's Intent In eScatkmal refon? 
2SSSX2S&& roMdtnttonal «**« I«*«™ - theolkSoS 

MS 62-1062 
De Barr, Edwin. 

Papers. 1891-1947. 

525 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 
- "? m ,£*? , L ty ""*■<*• Diaries, chemical research reports, notes on 
early Oklahoma mineral Industries and mineral springs, otter panels 
relating to the early history of the UniversltyrfOkSho^rand 
photos, of early campus scenes. — «~i«, um 

MS 62-1063 

Decker, Charles Elijah, 1868-1958. 

Papers. 1908-57. 

ca.7ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 
nntSS^ 8 "?,. proftssor and paleontologist. Correspondence, field 
£2£? ok \, < 2f r papeis "toW to graptolltes and mu^aTeous «£ 
logical subjects, and historic Oklahomi photos. todudesletSS ££ 

emy of Science, Oklahoma Geological Survey, and SoctehTof ' 1>«L 
nomlc Paleontologists and Mineralogists. ooaety of Bco- 

MS 62-1064 

De Villiers, Myrtle, collector. 
Papers, 1891-1904. 
54 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 
tr,^ b ^L^" rnCt J be t! , ' een whites and an Indian . assorted Quapaw 

MS 62-1065 

Denver, James William, 1S17-1892. 

Papers, 1850-91. 

3H9 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer, Army officer, U. S. Representative from California and 
Governor of Kansas Territory. Correspondence (personal and 
family), biographical material, and Civil War and political papers. 
Includes a letter from Denver describing his wait in Washlngtonfor 
orders from Wlnfleld Scott, and one commenting on Charleston and 
Shermans March, a letter from Denver's wife Louisa C Rombach re- 
ferring to John Cabell Breckinridge's defeat, letters (1875-76) per- 
taining to Post Office policies and problems, and military and land 
letters; a biography (1861-65) chronicling Denver's life from htoap- 
pointment by Lincoln as brigadier general to his resignation ; an areu- 
ment (1884) of Denver and others relating to private claims- his 



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Denver, James William, 1817-1892. Papers, 1850-91. 

Remarks on the free coinage of silver (1S91) ; and a paper (1350) 
detailing an overland trip to California. 

MS 62-1066 

Disney, Wesley Ernest, 1883- 
Papers, 1930-50. 
ca. 3 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer and U. S. Representative from Oklahoma. Correspondence 
(personal and political), campaign material, and State and national 
legislative papers. 

MS 62-1067 

Douglas, Melvyn. 

Papers, 1940-48. 

3 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Actor, playwright, and businessman. Correspondence relating to 
the American Veterans Committee, Americans for Democratic Action, 
Democratic National Committee and other political organizations; 
speeches, press and publicity material, Congressional tearsheets 
(1942), and personal papers. 

MS 62-1068 

Dukes, Gilbert W 

Papers, 1877-1905. 

74 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

Principal chief of the Choctaw Nation. Correspondence relating 
to leases, stockralaing, and Choctaw schools, together with speeches, 
biographical information, and political papers reflecting the prob- 
lems Involved in the transition from tribal government to Territorial 
and ultimate State jurisdiction, and the beginning of allotments in 
severalty. 

MS 62-1069 rev 

Fah-land, Okie 

Records, 1898-1940. 

2 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence relating to city indebtedness, financial record book, 
daybook containing records of bonds (electric light and water) and 
sinking funds, 2 monthly balance ledgers, treasurer's warrant register, 
treasurer's settlement report book, an itemized miscellaneous receipt 
books, city warrants and accounts, and a file of city ordinances. 

MS 62-1070 

Fink. John B 

Papers, 1878-1956. 
S ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Civil engineer. Research notes relating to early mining camps, 
military posts, railroads, and stage lines, together with railroad ad- 
vertising, timetables, travel brochures, and several thousand South- 
western railroad photos. 

MS 62-1071 

Folsom, Lee W 1883- 

Papers, 1867-1910. 

85 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Family correspondence, a notebook indicating the type of subjects 
studied, material used by Folsom while a student at Atoka Baptist 
Seminary, and paper relating to his career as a newspaperman. In- 
cludes annual reports (1895-1900) of the U. S. Board of Indian Com- 
missioners, a copy of the acts and resolutions (1897) of the General 
Council of the Choctaw Nation, 2 vols, of a hymnal written in Choc- 
taw, 2 copies of the Laws of the Choctaw Nation (1886-81) written In 
Tlngllsh and Choctaw, a Choctaw New Testament, and a Choctaw 
Pentateuch (1867) 

MS 62-1072 

Feuquay, Courtland Matsort, 1890- 

Papers, 1885-1948. 

ca. 9 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer and member of the Oklahoma State Legislature. Corre- 
spondence (personal and general), case records in railroad litigation 
In which Feuquay served as counsel, other railroad material, Works 
Progress Administration work relief lists, miscellaneous subject flies, 
and American Legion papers. Includes a diary of a relative of 
Peuquay's, W. 6. Holland, and an account book of his father, John W. 
Feuquay. 

MS 62-1073 



Flora, Snowden Dwight, 1879-1957. 

Papers, 1884-1957. 

5 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Meteorologist. Correspondence with associates In the Weather 
Bureau, observations, records, documents, dippings, and other papers 
relating to hail, tornado, and thunderstorm activities. The papers 
were used in the preparation of Flora's books Hailstones of the United 
States, and Tornadoes of the United States and Includes research ma- 
terial for a third edition of the latter. 

MS 62-1074 



Adams, Charles Kendall, 1835-1902. 

Papers, 1872-1902. 

1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wlscousin collections. 

Historian and college president. Miscellaneous personal papers. 
Including letters from eastern publishers regarding publication of 
Johnson's universal cyclopaedia, of which Adams was editor, and 
other books ; letters of Adams to Charles F. Smith In regard to Smith's 
appointment to the faculty of the University of Wisconsin; letters 
from stockbrokers; several letters (1901-02) from Adams In Europe 
and California; personal and household bills; and a genealogical 
chart of the Adams family. 

MS 62-1075 



Adams, Henry Cullen, 1850-1906. 

Papers, 1870-1906. 

5 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

V. S. Representative from Wisconsin. Correspondence and ad- 
dresses, including material on Adams' agricultural interests, partlcii- 
larly his work for enactment of the Federal Grout bill taxing oleo- 
margarine; correspondence on the campaigns of 1902 and 1904 in 
which Adams won his election as a Republican without aligning him- 
self directly with either the Stalwart or Insurgent faction; and 
material on Adam's congressional career, concerning the Arizona- 
New Mexico joint statehood bill, the Philippine tariff measure, the 
fight against food adulteration, the Adams bill to aid agricultural 
experiment stations, and Speaker Joseph G. Cannon's dictatorial 

methods. Correspondents include Joseph W. Babcock, Henry Casson, 
William D. Hoard, and Elisha W. Keyes. 

MS 62-1076 



American League for Peace and Democracy. Madison 
Branch. 

Records, 1937-40. 

8 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Correspondence, minutes, bulletins, and press releases, concerning 
the Loyalist cause in Spain, China's defense against Japanese aggres- 
sion, the safeguarding of Czechoslovakia against Nail Germany, the 
Busso-Finnlsh War, the Wagner labor relations act, the Gavagan 
anti-lynching bill, the Christian Front organization, and the Dies 
Investigating Committee. 

MS 62-1077 



Anderson, James Sibree, 1841-1931. 

Papers. 1829-1926. 

2 v. and 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Lawyer of Manitowoc, Wis. Includes Civil War letters and diaries, 
letters written at Lawrence University in 1866, correspondence and 
articles concerning the Grand Army of the Republic, letter books 
(1881-88) pertaining to Anderson's legal affairs, and military records 
of Anderson's father, John Anderson of Glasgow, Scotland. 

MS 62-1078 



Appleton, Nathaniel 
Papers, 1779-96. 

44ltems. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Commissioner of Loans for Massachusetts. Correspondence and 
receipts concerning the certificates Issued by the United States for its 
assumed debt and other fli»»ii»i«i matters. 

MS 62-1079 rev 



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Anderson, Wendell Abraham, 1840-1929. 

Papers, 1855-1922. 

23 y. and 12 boles. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Surgeon, civic leader, and politician. Correspondence, reports, 
5EL ^S'ff™-, In 5'« des Anderson's rontine reports while surgeon 
with the 3d Maryland Volunteer Infantry (1862-65) ; correspondence 
while chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee (1875- 
^"f !? b00,a ? , ot the Democratic Party ; rontine accounts, some re- 
ports, and miscellaneons information on Canadian agriculture and 
industry gathered while Anderson was D. S. consul aeneral at 
Montreal, 18KWJ9 and 1893-97; correspondence (SS&nSSUt 
to the Upper-Mississippi River Improvement Association of which An- 
derson was vice-president ; and a box of correspondence (1885-89) of 
M?S^' S s ?" John w - Anderson while attending the University of 
££^?T A ?? e ^ 5 s P 01 ""* 1 corespondents include Edward S. 
iwouttle, Conrad Krez, Alexander MitehelL Genrao tt pini /SIL™ 
W. Peck, George rS£wS^ " to£ SS^to * ^* 

MS 62-1080 

U. S. War Relocation Center, Mrnizanar, Calif. 

Records, 1942-46. 

35 ft ( ca. 75,000 items) 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library (122) 

Daily reports (Au£l942-May 1944), a roster of residents, annual 
reports of the director Ralph Palmer Merritt. photoToVTSel 
Eastou Adams documenting the history of the Center, aumintatrative 
tastructtons and releases of the War Relocation Authority, releases 
and memoranda of the Wartime Civil Control Adininistrattou/and 
other records of the Center. Includes flies of newspapers published at 
J^JS?, relocation centers throughout the West, andreufted printed 

Unpublished register in the library 

MS 62-1081 



Hooper, William P b. 1808? 

Paper*. 1831-71. 

2 ft. 

InUnlversity of Hawaii Library, Hawaiian and Pacific Collection. 

Letters, letter books, almanacs, Invoices, receipts, and contracts 
written to and by Hooper, manager of Ladd and Company's Koloa 
plantation. Bulk of the matertal Is of the period 1835-45. Corre- 
spondents include Peter Allen Brinsmadc and William Ladd. Hooper's 
business associates. ^*^ 

Chronological card index in the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Purchased from William Hooper Little In the 1930's. 

MS 62-1082 

Sinclair, Gregg Manners, 1890- 
Psiper--, 1030-55. 

8 ft 

In University of Hawaii Library, Hawaiian and Pacific Collection. 

iducator. Correspondence, notes, addresses, and other material 
J?™ ?£,??'".£ .5° the 0rie >rtal Institute of the University of Hawaii 
from 1935 to 19+0, when Sinclair served as its director. A part of the 
material deals with the Dickens Fellowship of Hawaii and the Hono- 
lulu Community Theater. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions . 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Sinclair, 1955. 

MS 62-1063 

Pnrviance family. 

Paper* of the .Pumance and Courtenny families, 1757- 
1932. 

2342 items and IT v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Professional, business, personal, and family correspondence and 
other papers of the related Purviance and Courtenay families of Balti- 
more and elsewhere. The collection pertains to Revolutionary activi- 
ties in Maryland, shipping and trade. Western lands settlement of 
estates. Civil War veterans' activities, the Cuban independence move- 
ment, and other matters. Includes papers of John Henry Purviance, 
U. S. diplomat in Paris, concerning the Monroe Mission (1784), U S. 
relations with Napoleon and the Revolutionary French Government - 
papers relating to the financial affairs of Elizabeth Isabella Purviance 
Courtenay; papers of Edward H. Courtenay, Sr. relating to his career 



at West Point, his later teaching duties there and at other colleges, 
and his investment activities ; and letters from Edward H. Courtenay, 
Jr. written in Washington, D. C. during the Civil War, describing the 
city and poiitioal opinion there. Correspondents include Alexander 
Dallas Bache, George William Erving, John Graham, Gessner Harri- 
son, Anthony Hart, William Holmes McGnffey, William Maclay, 
George Mason, James Monroe, Abner Hash, Fulwar Sklpwith, George 
Mnirson Totten, Thomas Tudor Tucker, and John Vanderlyn. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1946. 

MS 62-1064 



Van Schaack, Peter, 1747-1832. 

Paper-s of Peter nnd David Tan Schaack, 1769-1872. 

40 Items and 7 v. 

In Columbia County Historical Society collections (Kinderhook, 
N. Y.) 

Journals, account books, daybooks, and other papers. Includes 
Peter Van Schaack's journal (1769-95) of accounts for legal services 
rendered; his account books (1785-1835) comprising accounts of ex- 
penses entailed in the management of his estates and records of per- 
sonal and household expenditures; register of Supreme Court cases 
(1790-1819) ; account book (1846-49) of David Van Schaack and 
Abraham Van Alstyne, as executors of the last will and testament of 
Peter Hoes; David Van Schaack's daybook (1866-72) citing payments 
on notes, bonds and mortgages, and other financial data, and his 
account book (1849-69) containing accounts of individuals stopping at 
the Kinderhook Academy Boarding House. 



MS 62-1085 



Hart, Samnel Lombart. 

Papers, 1847-87. 

2 ft (100 items) 

In Arizona pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Civil War officer. Correspondence, notes, permits, land receipts, 
tax certificates, war songs, army passes, enlistment banners and 
papers, and MSS. of Hart's works, The Indian, Slander, and Procras- 
tination. Correspondence Includes letters from Hart to his wife, and 
a letter written from Tombstone, Ariz, relating to local wages, and to 
trees and fruits grown in the area. 

Inventory in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. S.L. Hart, ca. 1930. 

MS 62-1086 



Hodge, Frederick Webb, 18G4-1956. 

Papers, 1887-1956. 

ca. 22,000 items. 

In Southwest Museum Library (Los Angeles) 

Anthropologist Correspondence, notes, sketches, and MSS. of un- 
published and published works (by many other anthropologists and 
historians, as well as by Hodges) resulting from his archaeological 
and historical Investigations in the Southwest The correspondence 
relates to archaeological, ethnological, and historical research ; to the 
writing, compiling, editing, and publication of the resulting works ; 
and to the editing of the various journals and monographic publica- 
tions of the institutions Hodges directed. Numerous letters request 
information, aid, and advice ; to these Hodge's responses are attached. 
Includes the Frank Hamilton Cushing collection of several thousand 
items, comprising letters to Hodge and others on anthropological sub- 
jects, mainly Zufil Indians and archaeological Investigations; notes 
and notebooks, some of Zufil vocabulary and legends ; lectures on Zufil 
music and other topics; Zufil texts, some translated; and writings. 
The material Is related to the Museum's George Bird Grinnell collec- 
tion. 

Unpublished guide In the library. 

Gifts of Mr. Hodge, 1932-56 ; purchased from Mrs. Hodge, 1961 

MS 62-1087 



Ives, Eugene Semmes, 1859-1917. 
Pape'-s. 1905-15. 
6 ft. (500 Items) 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 
Lawyer and member of the Arizona Territorial legislature. Cor- 
respondence, extracts of cases, company minutes, and checks. In- 
cludes a list (1902) of registered voters of Yuma Co, Ariz. 
Unpublished calendar In the repository. 
Gift, 1958. 

MS 62-1088 



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Sherman, Roger, 1721-179;!. 
Papers. 1749-00. 
200 items. 

In Yale University Library. 

Connecticut patriot Correspondence, including a letter of obser- 
vations on the new- Federal Constitution, an account book containing 
notes on the New Haven Convention of 1778, papers relating to Sher- 
man's service as justice of the peace and as surveyor in New Haven, 
and other papers. Consists primarily of personal correspondence, but 
Includes material on the Susquehannah claims, financing the Revolu- 
tion, logistics of the Continental Army, the Mew Haven Convention, 
and the Constitutional Convention. Principal persons represented are 
John Adams, Simeon Baldwin, Zebulon Butler, John Franklin, Robert 
Oguen, and members of the Sherman family. The material is related 
to the library's Baldwin family collection. 
Unpublished register in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gifts and purchases from Roger Sherman Baldwin, Mrs. Roger A. 
Connelly, Helen Baldwin Gilman, the estate of Elizabeth Day Palmer, 
and the daughters of Elizabeth Baldwin Whitney, 1942-58. 

MS C2-1089 
Grier, George McCullough, 1802-1S78. 
Papers, 1800-81. 
2 ft. 

In University of Rochester Library. 

Lawyer, of Goshen, N. Y. Correspondence and financial and legal 
papers. Includes papers relating to the legal and financial affairs of 
the Seward Institute, Florida, N. Y„ of which Grier was a trustee; 
papers concerned with the settlement of the estate of Samuel S. 
Seward; and letters from Mary £. Grier to her parents while living In 
Washington, D. C. (1857-58) at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William 
Henry Seward. The material is related to the library's collection of 
William Henry Seward papers. 
Inventory In the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Purchased from Mis. de K. Van Vliet, 1956. 

MS 62-1090 

West Virginia. University. 

Legal materials, 1700-1926. 

ca. 110 items, 2 v. and 4 rolls of microfilm. 

In West Virginia University Library (58, 154, 324, 335, 336, 376, 
464, 486, 979) 

In part, transcript (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Attorney's case boos; court records, legal decisions, certificates of 
Incorporation, complaint, and proceedings of trials. Includes mate- 
rial on the trial of John Brown for the raid on Harpers Ferry, and 
the trial of coal miners and leaders of the United Mine Workers for 
treason. 

Described separately in Guide to manuscripts and archives In the 
West Virginia collection, by Charles Shetler (1958) 

MS 62-1091 

Slattery, Harry, 1887-1949. 

Papers, 1901-58. 

51,332 items and 243 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Conservationist and U. S. official. Correspondence, writings, 
speeches, official papers, and printed matter, relating to Slattery's 
various positions during his years of public service, and reflecting his 
lifelong interest in conservation. The bulk of the collection relates 
to Slattery's positions as personal assistant to Harold L. lckes (1933- 
38), as Under-Secretary of the Interior (1938-39), and as adminis- 
trator of the Rural Electrification Administration (1939-44). Other 
papers concern his services as secretary to Gifford Pischot (1909-12), 
as secretary of the National Conservation Association (1912-23), as 
special assistant to Interior Secretary Franklin K. Lane (1917-18), 
as a Washington lawyer (1923-33), and as counsel to the National 

Boulder Dam Association (1925-29). Includes a typescript of Slat- 
tery's autobiography, Behind the scene? in Washington, and informa- 
tion on the Teapot Dome Scandal. 

Card index in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 

Acquired, 1952-58. 

MS 62-1092 

West Virginia. University. 

Scraphooks, albums and clippings, 1838-1956. 

305 items. C v., 1 box, 1 bundle. 4 folders and 3 roils of microfilm. 

In West Virginia University Library (83, 90, 92, 121, 1C9, 242, 333, 
413, 422, 47S. 524, 554, 560, G08, 674, 684, 6S5, 698, 702, 778, 962, 1004, 
1007, 1017, 1042, 1088) 

In part, transcripts. 

Scrapbooks, clippings, photos., letters, autographs, miscellaneous 
papers, and pamphlets. Includes material on the American Revolu- 
tion, War of 1812, Civil War, World Wars I and ii; mine disasters, 
U. S. campus activities, mid-western rivers, local history and social 
life; and indexed clippings from the Bible, and obituary notices. Also 
includes an outline of the Kennerly family inheritance of Greenway 
Court from 1798 to 1919. 



Described separately in Guide to manuscripts and archives in the 
West Virginia, collection, by Charles Shetler (1958) 

MS 62-1093 



West Virginia. University. 

Materials relating to educational institutions, 1803-1953. 

ca. 90 items and 2 folders. 

In West Virginia University Library (68, 177, 184, 195, 261, 373, 
377, 400, 401. 402, 403, 411, 452, 457, 503, 518, 529, 532, 657, 694, 842, 
921,999,1044) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

School records, report forms, teachers' contracts, uniform examina- 
tion questions (printed), statistics, lists of pupils, charts, broadside, 
minutes of boards of trustees, records of county school systems, school 
history, a graduation address, the inaugural address of a university 
president, and other papers. Material relates to school systems, 
normal schools, seuiiuaries, academies, and universities. Iududes in- 
formation on Monongalia Academy in Morgantown, W. Va. 

L>e*cri''K>d separately in Guide to manuscripts and archives in £he 
West Vlrgiuia collection, by Charles Shetler (1958) 

MS 62-1094 



Hopkins, George Washington, 1845-1862. 

Papers, 1861-64. 

■14 items. 

In Mississippi Dept. of Archives and History. 

Confederate soldier. Lifters, mainly to Hopkins* mother, Mrs. 
Emeline B. R. Hopkins, of llrooksville. Miss., from camps in or near 
Lynchburg, Harpers Ferry, Winchester, Mantissas Junction, Prince 
William County, Dumfries, Fredericksburg, Yorktown, and Richmond. 
Hopkins, a private in Company F (Noxubee Rifles) lltb Regiment, 
Mississippi Infantry, was killed at the Battle of Seven Pines, May 31- 
June 1, 1862. Other items include a letter of June 17, 1862, from his 
captain to Mrs. Hopkins, a letter from William C. Hearn, apparently 
a chaplain, report of the casualties of Company F in the Battle of 
Seven Pines, a pay certificate from the Confederate Treasury Dept. 
(1864), newspaper material, and a poem to the Xoxuhee Volunteers. 

Gift of Mrs. Mary O. Elliott and Dr. II. T. Orendorf. 1942. 

MS 62-1095 



Ackerman, Richard, d. 1862. 
letters, 1861-62. 
ca. 100 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
In part, transcript (typewritten) 

Letters of Ackerman to his parents in New Brunswick, N. J, dur- 
ing his service in the 5th Regiment of New York Infantry. 
Gift. 

MS 62-1096 



Lunvmis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928. 

Papers, 1774-1028. 

ca. 40 f t 

In Southwest Museum Library (Los Angeles) 

Author, journalist, librarian, archaeologist, and ethnologist Cor- 
respondence, daily journal, notebooks, MSS. of writings, early MSS. 
and documents of the Southwest (some with Lummis' translations) 
and other papers reflecting Lummis' interest in Spanish American 
history, In the movement to aid Indians, and in preserving historical 
tanrtmnrire particularly California missions. Includes notebooks on 
Indian and Spanish American music, and 12 card catalog drawers, 
entitled Universal dictionary of Spanish America, accompanied by a 
"Sketch of a plan" for the dictionary. Correspondents Include the 
Duke of Alba, Mary Austin, Edward E. Ayer, Adolph F. A. BandeUer, 
Ed. Borein, Luther Bnrbank, John Burroughs, Ina Coolbtith, Elliott 
Cones, Porflrio Diaz, Maynard Dixon, Elizabeth Benton Frernont, 
Hamlin Garland, George Bird Grinnell, Edgar Lee Hewett, Frederick 
Webb Hodge, William Dean Howells, David Starr Jordan, William 
Keith, Jack London, Edwin M«rirfr n ,n, Brander Matthews, Joaquin 
Miller, John Muir, Edna Dean Proctor, Frederic Remington, Gene 
Rhodes, Will Rogers, Theodore Roosevelt, Charles Marion Russell, 
Ernest Thompson Seton, Charles H. Shinn, Charles Warren Stoddard, 
Charles Dudley Warner, William Allen White, George Parker Win- 
ship, and Leonard Wood. 

Gift and bequest of Mr. Lummis, 1925-28. 

MS 62-1097 



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West Virginia. University. 

Genenlojrical materials, 
^a. 40 items, 8 v, 10 boxes, 1 folder, 15 charts, and 3 rolls of micro- 

«/J n ,,™ eS ,Ly iI XL nla University Library (45, 96, 97, 116, 186 200 210 
308, 310, 371, 425, 440, 495, 531, 555, 600 720 816 MA 8S7 St m« 
928 933, 1025, 1031, 1037, W"l0li MIbImI iote 1OT4) ' ^ 
In part, photocopies. ' 

Family names represented are Alderson Alklre. Allen. Anderson 
Ankron, Amett, Ashley, Atkinson ; Bailey, Bake^aOBLfBaAe?' 
Barnes, Barnet, Barrlckman, BarOett. BaaS^vWiS^LrSS' 

SSS^rJSSS' S"*"' ,°J )nch ' 0nw '- Cummins, Cunningham. 
SSSwi^rKJi- Cn "T.. Custl*. Cutrleht; Dameron (Dunron£ 
Daugberty Davidson. Davis, Davlsson, Dean. Dent Dew Disberrv 
DonnaUy, Douglass, Drake. Dubois. DunnToi^ry^er^Eag^S' 

gl «bk wrsjsrsMrsa ^ tea 

IShe?^r* H i^ D rW Homn ? worth ' Holt - HoustonT HuSnat 
Hughes, Hurst, Hutton, Hyman; Inghram, Ingram; Jackson, .TenSna* 

tav We { l ;i± ,S ? n: ^S** **"**' S*"! Ktacald, Knight; Laid- 
Jw^!??' £S L'g"*''™, Lincoln. Little, LorenS, LoSdtol Low! 
tter Lynch Lytle; McLane, McWhorter, Mahan MakowtaTMann. 

Jj3S^ t wft" I>1 &. M " t i& "»«*■ Matl«^^gSrJTMer^e«Se?' 
Metcalf, MUler. Minor, Mitchell, Moore. Morgan Morrta M^^n' 

SS£.™ S^ P £? IS011 ' ****<*< Philips, PlerpoM. PindriTpoa 
2^i^?»r*. PrI, ffii ; 0™"'". <*"*» Kader^InerBeeto 
Kees. Reger. Bidder. Bidgway. Bitter. Boss, Boddell Buffner Htwh 

■»n^rJU^RhS? a SL.?* l,l &!'! Starcher, Steele, Stelner, StephS 
so£ sutler, Stout, Strader, Straley, Stump, Sweeney Swisher-rlu 
»ott. Ten Eyck, Tenney. TeteTtrAomas: SgrrT X&ta£ 
w- !? 111 ' : S clMr ! Vancamp, Vandervort, Van Horn Van Meter- 
^ a j5S° n «. Wagte, Walker, Ward, Washington, Waters Watson.' 

re^te&riaU? * oen,ete « es - «"*<* Potations, dipplngTSS 

Indexed In part. 

wJS^S? 1 . se « ,a ™ te 'y m Guide to manuscripts and archives In the 
West Virginia collection, by Charles Shelter (1968) a™ 11 ™ 3 > n the 

„» ., ,„ MS 62-1098 

U. S. National War Labor Board (19M-19A5) 

Becords, 1941-45. 

69 boxes. 

coltecttonl T ° rk StSte SCh ° 01 ° f In<,USWal ^d Labor Belatlons 

ttaiffi^^^JT 1 *" 5 " *&*« Document. 
(1960) State Sch0 ° 1 ° f '"dustrlal <"»« LaborBete^ns 

„ MS 63-1099 

Meyer, Max, 1877-1953. 

Papers. 

3 boxes. 

ejection! T ° rk St8tC Sch0 ° 1 of Inilust rtal "d Labor Betetions 
,„| lannt f rture r of women's coats and suits. Correspondence, renorts. 

ss& Me^srss n t .^sr aflon Meyer ™ toSesS ss 

MS 63-1100 
World Federation of Trade Unions. 

Becords, 1945-49. 

1 box and 2 reels of microfilm. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Belatlons 
collections. 

Beporbrand minutes of the sessions of the .Executive Bureau and 
the Executive Committee; and papers and publications of the Federa- 
tion collected by Adolph Genner as C. L O. delegate to the W PTD 
meeting In Prague (19*7), and member of Its Committee for" German 
Affairs. 

MS 62-1101 



U. S. Wage and Hour and PubUe Contracts Divisions. 

Records of special industry committees, 1952-59. 

5 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Belatlons 
collections. 

Transcripts of public hearings, exhibits, and research material re- 
lating to various industries In Puerto Bico. Industries represented 
Include banking. Insurance, and finance; beer; cement; children's 
dress and related products ; corsets, brassieres, and allied garments • 
handkerchief, square scarf, and art linen ; heavy products and Indus- 
trial equipment ; hosiery ; leather, leather goods, and related products - 
needlework and fabricated textile products ; railroad, railway express 
and property transport; shoe manufacturing and allied Industries; 
stone, glass and related products ; straw, hair, and related products' 
augarm^ufacturing; sweater and knit swtawea?; iSk sitftextUe 
products; women's and children's underwear; and women's blouse^S 



tJ?Jw£? I »i n Gj'detothe records, Labor Management Documents- 
ttonOenter, New York State School of Industrial ind I*boVSuons 

Gift of M. P. Oatherwood, Karl O. Mann, and John W. MeConnell. 

MS 62-1102 

Straight, Willard Diekerman, 1880-1918. 
Papers, 1857-1922. 
90ft 

DnlveSry Archrves 3 ™" 7 """"^ C0UeCtl0n « BesU>nal HUm » 7 «* 
Diplomat financier, and philanthropist Correspondence, diaries 
report^scrapbooks, and other papers relating to Straight's career 
22L?? J? to e»eI°>Perial Customs Service, with Beutertdurtng the 
Buss^Japanese War, with the tJ. S. Dept of State In KoreTaid 
Manchurte, J and with Edward H. Harriman, Jacob H. SchbT, and J P 
Morgan ft Co.; to his interest In the New republic, the American 
i?if* ^^^ ^S? £? Amertc »h International Corporation ; and 
w.Jr f^. "»«> the War Bisk Insurance Bureau during World 
wart includes scrapbooks and other papers concerning the Straight 

also^vaftebil^ UbratT ' 8 geDeral ""^ ° atal08: ""P 00 """^ KOUes 
Gift of the Straight family, 1953. 

MS 62-1103 

Wesson, Hale, 1848-1875. 

Civil War correspondence, 1861-64. 

■7A ItMno 



In Emory University Library. 
Bn Mterofilni (negative) of originals in the possession of Mildred D. 

m fVh^,^. a S0 l dler - Correspondence of Wesson with his parents 
and hte brothers James and Alonzo; correspondence of the brothers! 
other family letters, and a few other papenfof slater date! WoSS 
^ZS^^g* ff?*** »t MassactaSs Infantry SShTtxaS 
ferred Mto the S^nal Corps In 1883, and his brothers served In Sesame 
regiment Includes material on military action and social and eco- 
nomic life In and near New Bern, N. C, as well as on family ifflatel 

Finding aid in the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the library 

Acquired, 1981. 

MS 62-1104 

Hines, Cyrus C 1830-1901. 

Papers, 1856-78. 

300 items. 

In Indiana State Library. 

nlfT^ ■„,S ape ? I ™ Dee " 1, W tne Blnff On"** Koad Company and 
the Mans H1U and Indianapolis Gravel Boad Company 

Indexed In the library's manuscript catalog. 

Gift of the Library of Congress, 196X 

MS 62-1106 

Puller, Stephen, 1716-1808. 

Papers, 1702-96. 

42 items and 2 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

British iron manufacturer and colonial agent for Jamaica. Cor- 
respondence and other papers (Chiefly 1786-96). Includes discus- 
sions of West Indian, English-American, and iB»t<H» . J«ni«i««i 
trade; slavery, the slave trade, and the Wnberforce movement for 
Its abolition (which Fuller opposed) ; English politics and colonial 
administration; Inventions and Inventors; the coming of England's 
war with France (1793) ; and American-English diplomatic relations. 

Card catalog In the library. 

Acquired, 1957. 

MS 62-1106 



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Duke University, Durham, N. O. Library. 

Georgia miscellaneous papers, 1727-1905. 

3497 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence and other papers relating to the history of Geor- 
gia. Colonial papers relate to the War of Jenkins' Ear, colonial 
defense and administration, the militia, and land grants. Materials 
of the Revolutionary period concern militia enlistment and finance, 
prisoners of war, and the restitution of property used by Revolu- 
tionary forces. Papers of the period between the Revolution and 
Civil War pertain to debts of the U. S. and of Georgia, State politics 
and government, agriculture, slavery, education, economics, and social 
life and customs. Civil War papers refer to poor law administration, 
conscription and substitution, law enforcement, confiscation, casual- 
ties, amy supply, and the Habeas corpus act Post-war items relate 
to problems of Reconstruction, railroads, religion, social life and 
customs, and the Freedmen's Bureau. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930-60. 

MS 62-1107 



Woolsey family. 

Papers, 1840-1941. 

6500 items. 

In Tale University Library. 

Papers relating primarily to Theodore Dwight Woolsey, president 
of Tale University, and also to Mary Anne Woolsey Hoadly, Laura 
Woolsey Johnson, Sarah Dwight Woolsey Johnson, Abby Breese 
Salisbury, Abigail Phillips Salisbury, Edward Elbridge Salisbury, 
Elizabeth Martha Salisbury Woolsey, John Mumford Woolsey, Sarah 
Chauncey Woolsey, William Cecil Woolsey, and William Walton 
Woolsey. Concerns life In New Haven, New Tork, and Europe, and 
academic affairs at Tale. Includes correspondence with the Ameri- 
can Bible Society, American Colon lzation Society, American Congre- 
gational Union, American Home Missionary Society, American Orien- 
tal Society and the Smithsonian Institution. 

Unpublished register in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mtss Edith Woolsey and Miss Laura Heermance, 1954-60. 

MS 62-1108 

Buckler, William Hepburn, 1867-1952. 

Papers, 1907-37. 

GO folders. 

In Tale University Library. 

Archaeologist. Correspondence, political notes, and miscellaneous 
papers. Includes Buckler's correspondence with Edward M. House, 
In part while Buckler was a special agent of the State Dept., 1914-19, 
Buckler's report to House on the political situation in England 1916- 
18, notes on Russia and on his meeting with Litvinov in Stockholm 
In 1919, notes on meetings of the Paris Peace Conference, during 
which Buckler was attached to the American commission, and family 
correspondence, some of it during archaeological expeditions in the 
Eastern Mediterranean area. The material is related to the library's 
Edward M. House collection. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Y. H. Seymer. 1958. 

MS 62-1109 

Roberts, William Anderson, 1837-1900. 

Papers, 1814-1911. 

1238 items and 3 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Confederate soldier and artist, of Yanceyville, N. C. Correspond- 
ence and other personal and professional papers, relating to the 
Methodist Church in North Carolina; Roberts' studies with Oliver 
P. Copeland, an artist of Raleigh, N. C. ; Roberts' attempts to avoid 
Army service, his illnesses while a soldier, and his efforts to leave 
the service; his postwar career as a painter; his problems with dope 
addiction; his conversion to the Christian Church; and the affairs 
of the Roberts family. 

Card Index in the library. 

MS 62-1110 

Ripley, William Young, I. 1797. 

Papers, 1843-1933. 

-415 items and 4 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Marble dealer and banker of Centre Rutland, Vt Correspondence 
and other papers of Ripley and his family, including his sons, William 
Young Warren Ripley, Edward Hastings Ripley, and Charles Ripley, 
his daughters, Mary Ripley Fisher and Julia Caroline Ripley Dorr, 
his grandson, Thomas Emerson Ripley, and other members of the 
family. Most of the papers are concerned with the Civil War, the 
Spanish American War, life in the Western U. S. after the Civil War, 
and life among the affluent classes of European society. Letters from 
Mary R. and Cyrus M. Fisher tell of their life in London where Oiey 



circulated among members oi ! ::.s diplomatic colony and the arlsto- 
cracy. Civil War and Spanish American War correspondence give* 
details of Army life as well as activities on the home front 

Card index in the library. 
Acquired 1955. 

MS 62-1111 



Richardson, James BurcheQ. 

Papers, 1803-1910. 
4U0 items. 

In Duke University library- 
Plantation owner, of Sumter District, S. O. Family lettet 

business papers of Richardson and of his family, relating to tt 

of slave labor on roads, railroads, and Civil War fortifications; p. 

cal developments in South Carolina and in the Nation ; James B. . 

Richard Burchell Richardson's activities In the Confederate Arm, 

conditions on South Carolina plantations before, during, and after tk. 

Civil War ; postwar depression and poverty In the South ; and tenant 

farming after r h P war. 
Card index In the library. 
Acquired, 1989-40. 

MS 62-1112 



Richardson, Davis. 

Papers, 1720-1885. 

1657 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Justice of the peace and State legislator. Mainly legal papers, bills, 
and receipts of Richardson during 1820*8 and 1830'e when be was a 
justice of the peace In Frederick County, and the 1840's and 1850% 
when he was a member of the State legislature; land indentures, 
surveyors' statements and plats, personal accounts, estate papers, 
writs and summonses, court records of the Court of Oyer and 
Terminer for Baltimore County, Md. and some legal correspondence 
concerning the sale of land and slaves. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired 1955. 

MS 62-1113 



Rice, James Henry, 1868-1935. 

Papers, 1885-1935. 

13,581 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Naturalist, conservationist, and local historian. Chiefly personal 
correspondence (1910-35) relating to preservation of fauna in South 
Carolina and the Southeast, U. S. and South Carolina politics and 
history, family and business affairs, literature, and journalists. In- 
cludes a few clippings, photos, and documents concerning Rice's life. 
Correspondents include William Watts Ball, Bernard Baruch, Cole- 
mac L. Blease, James F. Byrnes, Basil I» GUdersleeve, Ambrose H- 
Gonzales, William E. Gonzales, Dubose Heyward, Duncan C. Hey- 
ward, Thomas G. McLeod, Hugh McRae, Marie Conway Oemler, Glf- 
ford Plnchot, F. W. Ruckstull, Harry A. Slattery, and ^°")°"*'" R. 
Tillman. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1908. 

MS 62-1114 



Ramsey, George Jnnkin, 1857-1928. 

Papers, 1802-1918. 

4044 items and 34 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Educator. Correspondence, account books, class notes, printed 
matter, and other items, relating to Ramsey's student days at Hamp- 
den-Sydney College and the University of Virginia, his teaching and 
administrative career in various Southern colleges, and other matters. 
Includes papers of Ramsey's father, James Beverlin Ramsey, con- 
cerning the Presbyterian Church in Virginia, especially Lynchburg, 
and his activities with the Choctaw Indians in Arkansas; and papers 
of his mother, Sabra S. Tracy Ramsey, dealing with her work at 
Lynchburg Female Academy, her marriage to James Ramsey, and 
education In Virginia after the Civil War. 

Card index In the library. 

Acquired, 1942-49. 

MS 62-1115 



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Fackenthal, Benjamin Franklin, 1851-194L 
Papers, 1727-1940. 
ca. 2 ft. (ca. 600 Items) 

In Bncte County Historical Society Library (Doylestowa, Pa.) 
In part; transcripts (typewritten), and photocoptes (positive) 
Industrialist, philanthropist, college preilkBmtand historian. In- 
state records relating to tteDar^^^^inW^aeeoi 

SSS^JSlSL ^£? iSS.." t SS nn ** Klver bridges and Wands: 
correspondence with Wmiam Watts Hart TJavls. Henry Chapman 
"fe^p.H Paxon, and others interested to early stov^tee 



Card catalog In the library. 

Jntormatlon on literary rights available In the library 

Girt * 



MS 62-1116 



Sastron, Manuel, d. 1919. 

Papers, 1893-1900. 

414 items. 

In Duke University Library. 
™^™S « otho L a ?f government offlclaL Correspondence and other 
%£ZLr^E°£J!L?tF- & «°»« Ho0 <* *ne PMippine blandZ 
collected by Sastjon who was president of the Spantoh Board of 
Liquidation for the transfer of the Philippine Wandsto theU " 
^^^^^^tj^ D " S - ~»^*^Krecord8 of 
£S USKSKSL b0 " 4 "V** " TaHo ™ aonlnlstratlve agencies 2 
^ TSE U S- paper8 retattag to 80ctal ""* economic corSns to 
the Islands, revenue reports, and papers relating to education!^ 

Card Index In the library. 
Acquired, 1864. 

MS 63-1117 

Borion, 6 D 

Papers, 1897-1922. 

2 v. and 9 items. 

in University at Oklahoma Ubrary. 

Journal containing day-by-day activities of pioneer life near Bur- 
nett, Okla, a chronological weather record, a ledger listing retail 
prices and types of liquor sold in a saloon at Burnett, oils, and 
papers reflecting the history of agriculture In the Southwest In- 
to Texas. < * ter *° Borhm de8crll>lo 8 f« early problems of farming 

MS 62-1118 rev 

Btemfller, Andrew J 

Papers, 1949-flO. 

8ft 

In University of Oklahoma library 

TTnlveratty professo- and U. S. Bepresentatlve from Wisconsin. 
OOTe^d^aadieseai^ material relating to legislation of the 
SILr™* , 5^. we S? >eB " na extended remarks in the Congressional 
hffltal^SS-S^J^T^: """"etta"- IaclntelpSnTof 
?^^2^?&y£t a * t , amgNa >- aaA •*• Papers reflecting the 
work of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 

MS 62-1119 

Smith, Josiah Townsend, ca. 1830-ot. 1900. 
Papers, 1838-1913. 
652 items and 8 v. 
In Duke University Library. 
_Psysiclan and school official, of Hertford, N. C. Correspondence. 
JJfJS and business papers of Smith and his family, relating to 
tto Mexican War, Smith's education in the North, his former school- 
SUSS-J^ --^l s ~ t " ,nal on*™ •*"* slavery, altitudes toward 
secession. North Carolina politics, and antebellum social life and 



MS 62-1120 



Card Index In the library. 
Acquired, 1955-58. 



Barnes, Sadie (McAIester) 

Papers. 1875-1920. 

143 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma library 

Ai;2S7i i i.7 ,pte ? °L^. Yta ^°^' (iSTO). and photos, of the Mc- 
AIester family. Includes personal letters from Mrs. Barnes' father 
James J. McAIester to the Choctaw Commission and the Dawes* 

MS 62-1121 



Steedman, Charles, 1811-1890. 

Papers, 1835-1905. 

170 Items and 2 v. 

In Duke University Library 

Naval officer of Charleston, S. C. Correspondence, journals of 
arropean travel, and other personal and i«wfessloi£lpapers (184™ 
73), relating to Steedman's naval career, with dSe^^untTof 
the bombardment of Fort Fisher, operations to Ctoa^teBa? and 
otter naval operations. The early letters are bFstSfcnaVsatto 
John Steetaan, and concern family affairs and eco^n^londtS 
aeSnantretirLStl °* ** e ™—» «*<- » ChSS 

Card Index in the library 

Acquired, 1851-53. 

MS 62-1122 rer 



Perry, Vestal W. 

Papers. 1831-1900. 

1020 items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Fanner, merchant and distiller, of High Point, N. a Correspond- 
ence, accounts, legal papers, and other Items (chiefly 1860-90) relat- 
ing to whiskey taxes, fertilizing of tobacco fields, and agricultural 
conditions In Missouri and Indiana (1868-88) 

Card index In the library. 

Acquired, 1841-44. 

MS 62-1123 



Freeman family. 

Papers of the Freeman and Frost families, 1809-1929 

1400 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Correspondence, Juries, scrapbooks, memorandum book, and some 
business records of two prominent Philadelphia families. Includes 
}£$?*** P'P*". <* Tristram William L. Freeman, who died about 
1848, ^correspondence of his daughter Isabel Iceman Frost andof 
her daughter Augusta Frost Elsenbrey, letters from Matilda Coke 
Evans Stevenson, some of which refer to Mrs. Stevenson's ethnological 
work, a few letters referring to Arthur Buxdett Frost American mus- 
SfS*' *£S? pertaining- to the planning and financing of City and 
Stat* a. Philadelphia reform newspaper, diaries and a personal ac- 
count book of Isabel Freeman Frost and minutes and stock transfer 
bo*a901-03) of the Frost Block Company, a toy manufacturing 

Presented by J. F. K. Elsenbrey. 

MS 62-1124 



Morris, Samuel Wells, 1786-1846. 

Correspondence of Samuel Wells Morris and his wife, 
Anna Ellis Morris, 1759-1852. 

800 Items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Letters (mainly 1840-47) to Samuel Morris, political leader and 
bnsl n w «m a n of Wellsboro, Pa, chiefly concerning politics and bnslness 
matters in Tioga County, and letters to Mrs. Morris, chiefly concern- 
ing domestic and family matters but including about 80 letters from 
her husband during the period In which he served In the State legisla- 
ture (1884-87) and as a Bepresentatlve In Congress (1837-41) i Cor- 
respondents Include William Aiworth, George W. Asptowan, James 
Buchanan, Asa DImock, John W. Guernsay, James H Gullet John 
Laporte, Henry Augustus Philip Muhlenberg, A. G. Ralston! Seth 
Salisbury, Daniel Sturgeon, and others. 

Purchased from C. W. Jackson. 

MS 62-1125 



Tucker, William Robinson, 1845-1930. 

Correspondence, 1882-98. 

ca. 1500 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Businessman. Mainly letters concerning Tucker's interests In the 
salt trade, and his activities In various forms of sport Includes ma- 
terial on bicycling and the League of American Wheelmen, some 
material on an Indoor tennis club to which Tucker belonged, and same 
letters dealing with activities of the Philadelphia Board of Trade, of 
winch Tucker was secretary during this pertotL ■»■»""»=. »* 

Presented by the Free library of Philadelphia, 1980. 

MS 62-1126 



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Lincoln, Alexander, 1873- 

Papers, 1919-40. 

6 boxes. 

In Radcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-109) 

Lawyer. Correspondence and other papers relating to the Sentinels 
of the Republic, of which Lincoln was president, 1927-36, concerning 
their opposition to the child labor amendment, and to Federal activity 
in maternity care, education, old age assistance, and social security. 
Persons named Include Katharine Balch and Harriet A. Frothlngham. 

MS 62-1127 



ifrysinger, Grace Elizabeth, 1885- 

Papers, 1919-56. 

Ibox. 

In Radcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-106) 

Educator and pnblic official. Correspondence, articles, programs, 
biographical Information, and photos^ Including material on education 
in relation to rural women, the Rural Home Conference, Washington, 
1234, and the triennial conferences of the Associated Country Women 
of the World, 1936, 1939, and 1953. 

MS 62-1128 



gekwan, Heinrieh Christian, 1819-1905. 

Papers, 1869-1919. 

ca. 110 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Lutheran clergyman and church official. Correspondence, sermons, 
biographical sketches of Schwan, and photos. Includes material re- 
lating to Missouri Synod affairs, and copies of letters to Schwan's 
parents describing Bahia, Brazil, and Schwan's church work there, 
ESie material is related to the repository's Pleper, Slhler, Walther, 
WyneSen, and Synodlcal Conference collections. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the repository. 

Gift of L. E. Fuerbringer, H Steger, and others, 1948-67. 

MS 62-1129 



Pake Forest, N. C. Southeastern Baptist Theological 
Seminary. Library. 
Manuscript collection. 



In Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Library. 

Includes a 419-page history of Southern Baptist missionaryefforts 
In South China, 1835-1945, by Arthur a Galllmore, and a 322-page 
study of the Paulldans of Armenia and of the Bogomiles of the 
Batons, by Everett ODL MS 62-1130 



Forld Council of Churches. 

Correspondence -mth the Friends General Conference, 

1941-51. 

ca. 450 Items. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 

Correspondence of the Council with Bliss Forbush and others on 
behalf of the General Conference, Including lists of delegates, reports, 
articles, statements, denominational contributions, membership lists, 
and printed material. 

Checklist la the library. 

Deposit of Bliss Forbush, 1951. 

MS f.2-1131 



lolt, William Joseph, d. 188L 

Papers, 1799-1910. 

118 items. 

In University of South Carolina, South Carolinians Library. 

Physician and military surgeon. Correspondence, Journals, school 
papers, certificates of admission to clinics and hospitals In Paris, bills, 
and other papers, concerning Holt's medical education, his service for 
the Russians during the Crimean War, his service as surgeon of the 
19th Regt of Alabama Infantry, and his private affairs and medical 
practice In Montgomery, Ala. Includes 2 volumes describing his 
experiences In the Crimea, with pencil sketches, a map of the Crimea, 
copies of letters, and references to other American doctors in the Rus- 
sian Army; and a journal (1855) of Dr. I. Draper. Some of the 
material Is in French and Russian. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift, 1959. 

M&62-1132 



Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Miscellaneous materials, 1 681-1938. 

<-n. 35u items, oh. 55 v., 8 boxes, and 4 folders. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

In part, nhotocopies. 

Surveys, maps, deeds, lists of property holders; military papers of 
various types; diary, daybook, hotel register, lists of subscribers to 
various enterprises; documents relating to insurance, inves tmen ts, 
lotteries, Indentures and redemptioners ; materials on slavery, whale 
fishing, local history, genealogy; autographs, autograph letters of 
Presidents; scrapbooks, clippings, memorabilia and other miscel- 
laneous Items. Persons prominently associated with the materials 
are John Armstrong, John Ashmead ; Joseph Bloomfield, Benjamin 
Randolph Boggs, Edward Bard, Thomas Butler; Lucius Carter, James 
Hamilton Cowper, Curtin family ; Robert Erskine ; Charles Fonlkei, 
William Parker Foulke, Fugger family; Bartram Galhralth; Samuel 
Hazard, Reading Howell; John Paul Jones; James Laux; Edward 
York McCimley; Horace liatree, J. Hill Martin, Robert Mends, Mark 
Richards MuckM; Charles Naylor, Phineas Pemberton; Charles S. 
Rlche, John Ridgeway, David Rittenhouse; James Scull, George 
Stevenson, Frank S. Stone; Anthony Wayne, and John Wilson. 

Separately described in Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1949) 

Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-1133 

lititz, Pa. Moravian Church. 

Kecords, 1742-1888. 

74 ft. 

In Moravian Archives (Bethlehem, Pa.) 

Correspondence; diaries of the congregation (1749-1888) ; Sisters' 
House diary (1762-1840) ; Brethren's House diary (1T58-1818) ; cata- 
logs of members, fiscal records, sermons, records of church boards, 
music reports and copies of diaries from other American congrega- 
tions, reports from missionaries, and a Bet of the Gemein-Nachriehten, 
a handwritten newspaper distributed from Moravian Church head- 
quarters in Herrnhut, Germany. Mainly in German. Bulk of the 
material consists of music and Gemein-Nachriehten. Material Is re- 
lated to the respository's records of the Moravian congregation in 
Bethlehem, Pa. 

List of contents in the repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the repository. 

Information on literary rights available In the repository. 

Deposit by the Lititz congregation. 

MS 62-1134 

Pendleton, Dudley Digges, 5. ca. 184L 

Papers. 1861-65. 

85 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Confederate officer, of Jefferson Co., Va. (now W. Va.) Chiefly 
letters of Pendleton to his mother, Elizabeth Digges Pendleton, and 
his brother, Robert Nelson Pendleton, while D. D. Pendleton was 
acting adjutant general to bis uncle, William Nelson Pendleton. The 
material relates to military activities, camp life, engagements with 
the enemy, the death of Thomas Jonathan Jackson, and the sermons 
of William Nelson Pendleton to the soldiers. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1985. _ 

^ MS 62-1135 

Smith, Joseph Belknap. 

Papers, 1802-72. 

664 items and 8 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Speculator. Personal and business letters, letter press books 
(1849-55), scattered diaries (1845-66), miscellaneous business record 
books, and other papers of Smith and members of his family, mainly 
concerning Smith's speculative enterprises In mining, railroads, cotton 
planting, and grain mills In Georgia, Tennessee, and other parts of 
the Nation. Bulk of the material is of the period 1845-72. Includes 
Information on gold mining In Georgia and Tennessee, business con- 
ditions in the South before and after the Civil War, and the develop- 
ment of the railroad system in the South. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1950. ,„ m _„_„ 

MS 62-1136 

Eno, Stephen, 1764-1854. 

Papers, 1745-1908. 

15 ft 

In New York State Library. 

Lawyer, of Pine Plains, N. Y. Dairies of travels from Amenta, 
N Y. to the Ohio country (Oct 5-29, 1797) and to Caldwell, N. Y. 
(Nov. 27-Dec 4, 1835) ; accounts (1792-1895) ; licenses to practice 
law, to Eno and to bis son William ; Dutchess Co, N. Y. court cases 
and judgments (1796-1850) ; oaths of office, petitions, assessment 
xoDs, deeds, maps, surveys, rep or t a of School District no, 11, and 
other material relating to Pine Plains, N. T. 

Descriptive list In the library. 

Acquired, 1949. 

MS 62-1137 



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Hamilton collection, 1750-1850 
ca. 7500 items. 

Chleflv ™SL S ^f ty ^. f **>>****>&* collections. 

■ ■ 

George Rom, Benjamin Bush, Arthur St Clair, ^SaSsm^ 

m&.^TSr^SSprr' 10 ^ ^^ *«™ Bobert 
Purchase, 1050. ' 

MS 62-1138 

Lamm, Henry, J. 1846. 
Papers, 1904-16. 
46 folders. 

CoHecSon™ 1 ' 7 ° f ^"""^ LU,m7 - Western ***** Manuscripts 

o t pt^r s 3 a^snr^s^ a fi 5^ a ^^ 

M fflSbTS!^^ <3e ^ GVest,u,dothere - 

MS 62-1138 

Deemer, Horace Emerson, 1858-1917 
Papers, 1877-1915. 
ca. 23,200 Items. 
?SiZ? ?^ te Dept of History and Archives collections 

Jading aid in the repository. ^^ 

Gift of Mrs. Deemer, 1817. 

MS 83-1140 

Perrin, Thomas C 

Correspondence, 1822-95. 
632 items and 2 v. 
In Duke University Library 
rw^TZf 1 State senator . and railroad president of AbhevIU* •? r 

Acquired, 1950: 

MS 62-1141 

Columbus, Frank, 1885- 
Pa'pers, 1901-58. 

lecSo£ eW r ° rk Stflte Sch001 »* """"^al and Labor Relations col- 

Sta^r^er'hooa'oT^m^^I^^Sr^ * ^ N ~ ** 
of Cornell University asTSmSLSSE? J?? Bnglnemen and trustee 
in New York State. "«»»«"»*•« of the railroad brotherhoods 

MS 62-1142 

Barns family-. 

Papers, 1816-1929. 
ca. 79 items. 

John uS awwtta^?^ ^,"2? """.WwlS 
mesasa ™oolteadS to iSS^S? last . CM,cernto 8 flatty acttr- 

soiwu teactier in wirt County; an Issue of the Methodist | 



Haven dam and power plant (ca. 1829) "u^asw: 

Gift of Miss Helen V. Barns, 1958-67. 

MS 62-1143 rav 



Small, John Humphrey, 1858-1846. 
Papers, 1874-1947. 
18 ft. 

lecttoM^" 7 ° f N0rth CanVaiK LU,ra ^"' Sonthem Historical Col- 
Lawyer and U. S. Representative from North Carolina Com*. 

ESSiemSiSS SSS^S^ "* "~* ."the^r^t 
Gift of John H. Small, Jr., 1956. ' 

MS 62-1144 

Out, John M 

Papers, 1790-1911. 

9580 items and 12 v. 

In Duke University Library 

esmmm 

of Loudoun and FauquleT CouVue^" Sogers, ■«* court records 



Card index In the library 
Acquired. 1933-51. 



MS 62-1145 



Adams, Charles Francis, 1835-1915 
Papers, 1861-1938. 

46 ft 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library 

keU, Edwin L. GodlSToS'HaT ^iF^T^rS^r 6 ^ 

rlrSTSf^JS »°2 m «ary ri « nts available In the library. 

Gifts of the Adams Manuscript Trust and other donors?1915-56. 

MS 62-1146 



Riddick, Richard H d. 1870. 

Papers, 1840-79. 

408 Items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 
~vn^? ?? ? eaJer ' °* Pante eo. N - G Business correspondence, ac- 
SSSJT 1 """fS 8 ' ana otner "aterials, relating to RlddWs lumber 
bostn^, his iwaltion as agent for the Albemartl Swamp C«mpany°l 
runaway slave and Riddlck's attempts to recover hunfronTB^eto^ 
railroad construction, and landholdlng. «wwu. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1934-39. 

MS 62-1147 



Russell, John Francis, b. ca, 1855. 
Family correspondence, 1808-1946. 
1078 Items. 
In Duke University library. 

a „^^, < i^' <> f, Ne ^J fii aty - F amUy correspondence of SueseU 
famlfv iS.^2'?'- , Th 5if tters before MT0 ^ *™» "nembere ofthe 
family engaged In lumbering In southern Michigan. The bulk of th» 
g*" 'WTO-1905) is to Russell from his mother, Mrs Louta b! 
SSSfH.* ' G ? en ^ d - Mass - -'■ I1Bd ^aalu^gtoni^Vi^^SSrns 
afSSa.%^taS 8 SJ n , Wft «M»«*on, political run^TanflKy 
£»£ <££££? material ««oarns primarily the meat^cMngbS- 
ness in Ureenneld, Mass., and In Hie West 

Card Index in the library 

Acquired, 1959. 

MS 62-1148 



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Newton, John C. Calhoun, 1848-1931. 

Papers, 1870-1931. 

3600 Hems and 132 v. 

In Duke University library. 

Minister, missionary, and college professor. Correspondence, 
diaries, account books, sermons, note books, and other papers con- 
cerning Newton's career, the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Its 
missionary activities In Japan, and religion In Japan. Includes notes 
taken in the classes of Herbert Baxter Adams and O. Stanley Ball. 
Correspondents include James Atkins, James fi™i««_ Jr„ and Walter 
Russell Lambuth. 

Card index in the library. 



Acquired. 1944. 



MS 62-1149 



Newby, Tarkin, d. ca. 1824. 

Papers, 1796-1921. 

262 Items and 1 t. 

In Duke University library. 

Merchant and State legislator, of Fayettevllle, N. C Chiefly cor- 
respondence (1803-2S) of Newby concerning Southern life, the Newby 
family, politics and government In North Carolina and the V. S-, 
religion In the South, and social life and customs. The earliest letters 
are from John Williams Walker, a friend of Newby; the Items after 
18T1 are mostly family letters. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 19SL 

MS 62-1160 



Monroe, John. 

Papers of the Monroe, Candy, and Kackley families, 1775- 
1948. 

3217 items and 37 v. 

In Duke University library. 

Sheriff and county official, of Capon Bridge, Ya. (now W. Va.). 
Family letters and other papers (chiefly 1850-8©) of the related Mon- 
roe, Candy, and Kackley families of Hampshire Co, Va. (now W. Va.). 
Includes letters from family members In the Old Southwest and the 
Trans-Mississippi West, agricultural and personal records, and tax 
rolls and assessment books for Hampshire Co. (early 1880's). Per- 
sons mentioned Include James Candy, Joseph Kackley, and Alexander 
Monroe. . 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired. 1955. 

MS 62-1181 



McKethan, Alfred Augustas, 1809-1890. 

Papers, 1860-1927. 

518 items. 

In Duke University library. 

Carriage manufacturer, of Fayettevllle, N. C Correspondence and 
other papers (1852-75) relating to McKethan's carriage and buggy 
manufacturing business. Includes letters from his grandson, also 
Alfred Augustus McKethan (1871-1919), while a midshipman at 
Annapolis, while stationed In Honolulu (1893-05) , and while cruising 
on the snipe Alliance and Philadelphia. 

^v**™- MS62-1152 



Avery family. 

Papers, 1796-1916. 

1000 Items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (3289) 

Correspondence, plantation and personal accounts, and legal docu- 
ments, of Daniel Dudley Avery, his wife, Sarah Craig Marsh Avery, 
and their ancestors and descendants. The material relates chiefly to 
their Louisiana plantation, Petit Anse Island, sugar cane, and salt 



MS 62-1153 



1820 (oo.)-1869. 



Smith, Washington M 

Papers, 1831-1916. 

8378 iicnis. 

In Duke University Library. 

Planter, bauker, and lawyer, of Selma, Ala. Business and per- 
sonal correspondence and other papers of Washington M. Smith and 
the Smith family, containing information on Smith's interests in 
banking, law, and planting, on economic conditions in Alabama after 
1840 public schools and their establishment in Alabama, tax collec- 
tion In the Confederate States, social life and customs In Selma, 
economic conditions during the Reconstruction, Smith's successful 
efforts to reestablish in New York and England his former amueney, 
and 'family affairs. Includes a series of letters of Smith's daughter, 
Ella, and her husband, Hilary A. Herbert Most of the items before 
1850 and after 1869 are family letters and papers. 



Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1959. 



MS62-11S 



Unpublished description In the library. 
Lent by Joseph S. Clark, 195T. 



Pngsley, Chester DeWitt, 1887- 

Correspondence, 1873-1938. 

19, 216 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Lawyer and philanthropist, of PeekskUl, N. T. Personal, bu 
political, and philanthropic correspondence (chiefly 1925-38), relat- 
ing to Pugsley's political work for the Democratic Party, his philan- 
thropic activities, his efforts to promote better understanding and 
knowledge of international affairs, V. S. and New York politics 
(1910-38), and V. S. economic conditions (USO's and 1930*8). Cor- 
respondents Include Roscoe Pound and William Howard TafL 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1959. 

MS 62-1155 



Preston, John, treasurer of Virginia. 
Papers, 1740-1824. 

337 items. 

In Duke University library. 

State legislator and treasurer, of Virginia. Chiefly correspondence 
and other papers of Preston (mostly 1T8S-1817), relating to survey- 
ing, old treaties with the Cherokees, the education of his children, 
legislation In the House of Delegates, property of the Preston family, 
and other matters. Includes papers of Preston's father, William 
Preston, surveyor and justice of the peace, of Botetourt Co, Va. 
Correspondents Include Blchard Willing Byrd, John Floyd, Charles 
Clement Johnston, James Pleasants, Francis Preston, and William 
Badford. 



Card Index In the library. 
Acquired, 195S. 



MS 62-1156 



Potts family. 

Papers, 1720-1926. 

404 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers of the Potts family of Ireland and Maryland, consisting 
primarily of letters of William Potts i and his son, William Potts n, 
merchants of Frederick, Md. Includes letters from members of the 
Potts family in Ireland. Earlier papers contain Information on the 
cotton and tobacco trade, attitudes toward the Revolutionary War, 
and economic conditions In the late 18th and early 19th centuries. 
Letters after 1810 mainly concern family matters. Bulk of the 
material falls In the periods 1760-1830 and 1880-1882. 



Card Index In the library. 
Acquired, 1949. 



MS 62-1157 



Peterson, John, farmer. 

Papers, 1850-1927. 

163 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Farmer, gunsmith, and Confederate Boldler. Correspondence and 
Other papers (chiefly 1860-99) of Peterson; of his daughter, Jane 
Peterson, of Hickory, N C. ; and of other members of the family In 
Montana and Missouri. The material pertains to camp life in the 
Confederate Army, conditions in Montana in the later 19th century, 
and speculation in iron and silver mines (1880 , s and 1880's). 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1946. 

MS 62-1158 



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Person family. 

Papers, 1767-1915. 

2500 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, accounts, diary (1869), bills, deeds, wills, legal 
documents, and other papers (largely lffi9-97>. The bulk of the col- 
lection relates to Thomas A. Person and his family, and Includes 
letters written from Harrison Co., Texas, and New Orleans (ca. 
WW's) ; student letters from various North Carolina schools (1835- 
60); letters of Confederate soldiers concerning military life- and 
family and business letters with Civil War reminiscences. The 'early 
material mostly concerns Thomas A. Person's father, Presley Carter 
Person, of Loulsburg, N. C, and the settlement of his estate. Later 
material concerns patent medicines manufactured by a member of the 
family. Other correspondents and names mentioned include W. P. 
Montgomery, Harriet Person Perry, Levin Perry, Theophilus Perry, 
Jesse H. H. Person, Joseph Arlington Person, M. P. Person, and 
Willie Mangum Person. 

Card index in the .library. Also described in Guide to the manu- 
script collections In the Duke University Library by N M Tiller 
andN.L Goodwin (1947) 

Acquired, 1641. 

MS 62-1159 



Pendleton, Madison. 

Papers of Madison and William James Pendleton, 1775- 
1932. 

1806 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence and accounts of Madison Pendleton, physician, 
and William James Pendleton, tobacco farmer, both of Louisa Co., 
Va, relating to tobacco farming and Confederate military affairs. 
Includes letters connected with David B. Harris and William Bar- 
rett, whose families were related to the Pendtetons by marriage. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1937. 

MS 62-1160 



Dwelle, G MerriD, 1835-1916. 

Papers, 1843-96. 

300 items and 8 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Union soldier and businessman of Lake City, Minn. Correspond- 
ence, diaries, and memorabilia. The bulk of the collection consists 
of letters written by Dwelle to his sister Caroline while he was a 
member of the Second Minnesota Sharpshooters, a second lieutenant 
In the Third Battalion Minnesota Light Artillery, and a member of 
the Sibley Expedition to the Dakotas. The tetters contain descrip- 
tions of the battles of Cumberland f."""«c, Richmond, Fair Oaks, 
Harrison's Landing, Rockville, Katesvilte, and Antietam, army food 
and equipment, marches, war damages, topography of the areas 
through which the men passed, deaths, mmapps, army hospitals, the 
treatment of wounded men, Dwelle's tour of duty at various forts in 
Dakota Territory, skirmishes with the Indians, and the reactions of 
the men against the Indians and the expedition. 

Descriptive inventory In the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. J. B. Miller, 1961. 

MS 62-1161 



Associated Charities of St. PanL 

Records, 1892-1917. 

100 Items and 2 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Reports and minutes of the Associated Charities of St Paul and 
its successor organisation, United Charities of St PauL Includes 
Information on visits made to other cities to study charity proce- 
dures, regis tr ation flics showing conditions of fumtiig; and individ- 
uals, charity work of Individual organizations, relations between 
member agencies and Associated and United Charities, case records 
of relief applicants, visits made to the poor and needy, teaching of 
thrift, visiting nurses and other health services, legal aid, child wel- 
fare, and legislation relating to women, children, and the poor. The 
material is related to the Society's collection of the papers of James 
Frederick Jackson, who was the general secretary of both organisa- 
tions. 

Descriptive Inventory In the repository. 

Gift of the Family Service of Cleveland, Ohio, 1958. 

MS 62-1162 



Scott William Lafayette, 1828-1872. 

Papers, 1847,-77. 

1010 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Lawyer, reacher. Confederate officer, and politician, of Greensboro, 
N. C. Correspondence, speeches, and other papers (chiefly 1854-71), 
relating to Scott's student days at the University of North Carolina, 
his legal and teaching career, his service in the State legislature 
(1850's), his difficulties in and ultimate resignation from the Con- 
federate Army, his unsuccessful campaign for Congress (1870), the 
Ku KJux Elan, and the Whig, American, and Republican Parties In 
North Carolina. Includes family correspondence with Scott's wife, 
Ella P«in Scott, and his brother, Levi 1L Scott, who was a Confed- 
erate reviver for sequestrated Federal property, in the Civil War. 
Other correspondents Include Kemp P. Battle. W. H. Battle, R. P. 
Dick, J. K. McLean. R. M. Pearson, John Pool, D. L. Swain, A. W. 
Tourgee, and Jonathan Worth. 

Card index in the library. 

MS 62-1163 

Jackson, Andrew, Pre*. V. S., 1767-1845. 

Papers, 1786-1853. 

ca. 1100 Items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

Correspondence, business and financial records, commissions, 
patents, morning reports, muster rolls, Inspection and provision re- 
turns, court martial records, and other papers, many of them frag- 
mentary, concerning Jackson's career, his business affairs, his real 
estate and slave transactions, the firm Jackson and Hutchlngs, the 
Donelson family, the War of 1812, the battles of the Horse Shoe and 
New Orleans, the Cherokee, Choctaw ■ Creek and Seminole Indians, 
the U. S. Army, Jean Lafflte, Florida, and the annexation of Texas. 
Includes 10 letters by Jackson. Correspondents include W. L. An- 
derson, Mathew Arbuckle, Thomas Hart Benton, Daniel BiaseH, Wil- 
liam Carroll, William Clatrbome, James Gadsden, Robert Hays, Sam 
Houston, Samuel Jackson, John McKee. David B. Morgan, Francis 
Newman, George Nixon, Robert Purdy, John Reld, John Rhea, Wil- 
liam Tharp, George Walker, and Robert James Walker. 

Unpublished guide In the library. 

In large part, purchased from Charles F. Gunther, ca. 1920. 

MS 62-1164 

Rootes, Sarah A 

Correspondence, 1822-84. 

124 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence (mainly 1858-70). Most of the letters are from 
Sarah A. Rootes* brother, Thomas Reade Rootes, a Confederate sol- 
dier in Co. C 4th Texas Cavalry. The material relates to the settle- 
ment of estates (1822-61) ; the part of Texas In the Civil War, Civil 
War prisons In Santa T6, N. M, New Orleans, and Elmlra, N. T. ; 
Houston, Tex., during Reconstruction ; migration to and conditions in 
Texas; and the Civil War and Reconstruction in Virginia. Corre- 
spondents include B. F. Cook and Henry Lamartlne Hagy. 



Card Index In the library. 
Acquired, 1841. 



MS 62-1165 



Rogers, Sum Hart, 1825-1874. 

Correspondence, 1846-73. 

113 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

U. S. Representative, Confederate officer, and attorney general of 
North Carolina. Personal and family letters of Rogers and of his 
wife, Jane E. Haywood Rogers, concerning Civil War camp life, the 
defense of the North Carolina coast officer training In the Confederate 
Army, and other matters. Includes letters from former schoolmates 
of Rogers' wife, correspondence of Rogers and his wife while be was 
In Congress (1854), lists of Jurors, and an undated note from Z. B. 
Vance. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired, 1944. 

MS 62-1166 

Dodge, GrenviUe MeDen, 1831-1916. 

Papers, ca. 1850-ca. 1922. 

455 v. arid ca. 25 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Civil engineer, railroad executive, Army officer, and U. S. Repre- 
sentative from Iowa. Correspondence, letter books, diaries, financial 
reports, banking papers, legal papers, scrapbooks, news dippings, an 
abstract of correspondence 11917-22) between Edgar B. Harlan and 
Dodge's legal representatives, maps, commissions, certificates, diplo- 
mas, printed material, and other papers. Includes executive and 
a dmin istrative correspondence of the Union Pacific Railroad Co., of 
which Dodge was chief engineer; Dodge's political, business, and 
personal correspondence ; and Civil War papers. 



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Beige, Gremvilie Mdlen, 1831-1916. 
ca. 1922. (Continued) 

Finding aid in the repository. 
Gift of Mr. Dodge and bis estate. 



Papers, es. 1850- 



MS 62-1167 



Warren and! BeH, BacoiCs Castle, Va. 

Kecords, 1851-1914. 

3 ft 

In University of Virginia Library (831) 

Fifty-six account books, ledgers, and notebooks, mostly of the 
Warren and Bell store, which operated at various times as Gwaltney 
& Warren, Warren & Brothers, and William A. Warren & Son ■ bat 
including several personal ledgers of the Bell and Warren families 
and notebooks (1876-77) of J. A. Warren, kept at Virginia Military 
Institute, and of John A. McBride, at the University of Virginia. 

Described in the Annual report of the archivist University of 
Virginia library, 1938-40, p. 20 'rersity or 

Gift of Waverly Bell, 1S32. 

MS 62-1168 

S«iosrt, Henry James. 

Papers, 1779-1912. 

16,590 items and 68 v. 

In Duke University Library 
raiSS^' el ?f ti(>n clerfc . ">« Virginia legislator, of Martinsburg and 
Hedgesvilks Va. (now W. Va.). Correspondence, account books, 
ledgers, and other professional, business, and family correspondence 
(chiefly 1 1820-85), of Seibert and of his family. The »Ua*on relltS 
SSS^TV^- X!?l? ia ana national-politics before the Civil War, 
to Vte^. Northwest, social life and customs, and slavery 

Card Index in the library. 
Aegulred, 1954-60. 

MS 62-1169 

Qainta-ig, Charles Todd, Sp., 1824-1898 

Papers, 1857-99. 

346 items. 

In Duke University Library 
,.J2£ eS< ? nt E P i ? c »P al clergyman. Mainly Oil War and episcopal 
correspondence. Includes information on religious activltieTta the 

SS^^w 11 ?'' ln 7!? ch <^tard served ifa^Sto;tteCwS 
n,%™ tte West; and Quintard's activities as Protectant EpUcopal 

Card Index in the library. 
Acquired, 1S52-54. 

MS 62-1170 



BfcMuni, Giovanni Valentino Mattia, 1752-1822. 

Correspondence of Giovanni and Leopoldo Fabroni. 1775- 
1863. . ' 

412 items. - 

In American Philosophical Society Library 

Italian scientists. Correspondence of Fabroni and son with Fllippo 
Iwazzei and other scientists, containing material on botany, America. 
Enomas Jefterwm, and science in general Correspondents Include 
G.ovanm Aldlnl, Sir Joseph Banks, Baron Georges Cuvier, Sir Hum- 
1 7 J?J%, J°fePl,PWHPPe Francois Deleuze, Felix Fontana, Charles 
SK?"? 1 " Porster, Johann Reinhold Forster, Alexander von Humboldt, 
VTilneim von Humboldt, AngeUca Kauffman, Comte Bernard <£ 
Lacepede, Pierre Simon Lariace, Leopoldo Noblll, Joseph Priestley, 
Giuseppe Raddl, Luigi Sacco, Antonio Scarpa, Ottaviano Targloni- 
Tozzetti, »nd Giovanni Batista Venruri. 

Cataloged individually in manuscripts catalog in the library 

Purchase, 1981. 

MS 62-1171 rev 



Imszs, Maude, 1889-1955, collector. 

Papers of the Jones and "Wood families, 1847-1934. 

2 ft (ca. 150 items) 

It University of Hawaii Library, Hawaiian and Pacific Collection. 

letters, diaries, scrapbooks, and notebooks of Miss Jones' father, 
£3rre O. Jones, clerk and teacher, and her grandfather John H. 
WGOia, Eaerchant and planter. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

information on literary rights available In the library 

Sift of Clarice B. Taylor, 1855. 

MS 62-1172 



Stonington Historical Society. 

Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1672-1882. 

ca. 170 items. 

In Stonington (Conn.) Historical Society Library. 

In part transcripts and photocopies. 

Letters, wills, genealogical notes, legal and business papers, mar- 
riage records, military commissions, ledgers, and other papers, In- 
cluding a daybook (1861) of Otis Brown, a diary (1788) of Joseph 
Denison Jr., letters and other papers of Edmund F. Fanning the 
explorer, and a diary (1788-89) of Jonathan Wheeler 3d. Other per- 
sons and families represented Include Capt Silas Beebe, the Brown, 
Denison, Fanning, and Frlnk families, Dr. James Noyes and Rev 
Joseph Noyes, the Pendleton, Phelps, Bnssell, and Sheffield families, 
the John Smith family, and the Wheeler, Woodbridge, and York 
families. - 

Cataloged in the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gifts nf the various families. 

MS 62-1173 



Cater, Thomas Vincent, 1851-1920. 

Papers, 1883-1941. 

389 items. 

In Stanford University Library. 

Lawyer, Jersey City alderman, and Populist leader of California. 
Correspondence, legal documents, newspaper clippings, and a biog- 
raphy of Cator. The correspondence (chiefly 1891-98) relates to 
Oatprs ^relationship with the Populist Party In California and to 
his position on such issues as government ownership of railroads free 
sUver, anu-monopoly, and woman suffrage. Correspondents Include 
U A. Barlow, John S. Dore, and E. M. Warden. 

Unpublished finding aid In the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of Harold F. Taggart, ca. 1960. 

MS 62-1174 



Jndd, Lawrence M 

Papers, 1917-53. 

16 ft 

In University of Hawaii Library, Hawaiian and Pacific Collection. 

Businessman, Governor of Hawaii, and Governor of American 
Samoa. Personal and official correspondence, reports, addresses, notes, 
dippings, and scrapbooks. Bulk of the material relates to JmuFf 
term as Governor of Hawaii and as administrator (1947-51) of the 
Hansen's disease settlement of Kalaupapa. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Judd, 1948-60. 



MS 62-1175 



Gifiard, Walter Le Montais, 1856- 
Papers, 1878-1917. 

5 ft. 

In University of Hawaii Library, Hawaiian and Pacific Collection. 

Businessman, entomologist, and horticulturist Letters and letter 
books, most of which relate 10 W. G. Irwin and Co, Ltd, sugar fac- 
tors, in which firm Giffard served as an officer from 1878 to 1909 
Much of the correspondence is between Giffard and William G Irwin! 
Includes a number of reports, letters, and financial statements regard- 
ing the operation of the Maunawili Banch, 1914-17. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the library 

Gift of Victor Houston lii the 1930's. 

MS 62-1176 



Jaggar, Thomas Augustas, 1871-1953. 
Papers, 1894-1953. 
IS ft 

In University of Hawaii Library, Hawaiian and Pacific Collection. 

Volcanologist Letters, lecture notes, notes on volcano experiments, 
record books, other papers, and photos, relating to voIcanologyTito- 
gether with a phonograph record of the 1949 Manna Loa eruption, 
and newspaper and periodical clippings (1755-1962) on volcanoes and 
earthquakes all over the world. Includes records of the Hawaii Vol- 
cano Research. Association. —=— «-»«u tu*- 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

- 2 1 " SLS 18 3a S& a estate and the Hawaii Volcano Besearcb. Asso- 
ciation, 1953. 

MS 62-1177 



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Gardner, George Clinton. 

Gardner-Emory boundary survey papers, 1849-54. 

1 v. 

In DeGolyer Foundation Library (Dallas) 

Letters of Gardner to his family during his service as clerk in the 
Mexican boundary surrey of 1849-54, and related papers, describing 
the survey and the boundary area from San Diego to Brownsville. 
Includes letters describing Gardner's trip from Cincinnati to the west 
coast, via New Orleans and Panama. Persons named are E. & G. 
Blunt, Robert Campbell, Frederick Emory, William H. Emory, Charles 
K. Gardner, Mathllde Gardner, James Green, W. GreenwaB, E. L. F. 
Hardcastte, Dr. Hewlt, J. H. Ingle, E. Ingrabam, E. A. Palfrey, J. H. 
Prloleau, J. Proteaux, M. Badzlnskl, and J. Taylor. 

Transcript with finding aid in the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

LTformation on literary rights available In the library. 

MS 62-1178 

Hanson, Willis Tracy, collector. 

Papers, 1724-1833. 

3 ft (ca. 80 items) 

In New York State Library. 

Chiefly material relating to Schenectady, N. Y. Includes muster 
rolls and other records of Capt. John A. Bradt's Company of Bangers, 
muster rolls (1758) of the Kingsborough Co., Schenectady Battalion, 
enlistment roll (1775) of Capt Cornelius Van Dyck's company, min- 
utes of the Mohawk Bridge Co, account books of Arent Bradt (1736- 
t?'' Joh JL Bn ]? er < 17 55-75), Walter Butler (1733-43), and Joseph 
Yates (1753-67), stock subscription (1833) of the UHca & Schenectady 
?" »S°" map5 °* tne Scaeractaily area, and letters of George Clinton, 
Sir William Johnson, Philip Schuyler, Jeremiah Van Rensselaer. 
Goose Van Schaick, and John Visscher. 

Descriptive list In the library ; individual items cataloged. 
Acquired, 1825. 

MS 62-1179 

West Virginia. University. 

Official records of West Virginia, 1786-1950. 

ca. 120 items, 5 v„ and 1 folder. 
_~? 1 L w< 5L vll S inla University Library (44, 196, 233, 241. 338. 350 
607, 662, 676. 872, 914, 919, 980/1092) 

In part, transcripts. 

Census schedules, coal strike records, maps, minute books, tax book, 
execution book, fee book, draft board records, assessment book, rec- 
ords of electric power lines, county hospital records, and miscellaneous 
papers. Includes court briefs, provost marshal records, general 
orders. Governor's proclamations and other materials from the foes of 
tnejudge advocate general, relating to the strikes in 1912-13. 

Described separately In Guide to manuscripts and archives in the 
West Virginia collection, by Charles Shetler ( 1958) 

MS 62-1180 

Irish, John Powell, 1843-1923. 

Papers, 1882-1923. " 

ca. 2 ft (ca. 630 items) 

In Stanford University library. 

Journalist member of the Iowa State Legislature, and naval 
customs official, San Francisco. Chiefly correspondence (1916-21) to- 
gether with biographical material written by Irish about members of 
his family and close friends, several legal papers, a scrapbook of edi- 
torials, a book of speeches, addresses and briefs, and articles written 
on various subjects In which Irish was Interested. Includes articles 
and correspondence on anti-Japanese agitation In California, Irish's 
stand on the free coinage question, woman suffrage, and prohibition. 
Correspondents include Grover Cleveland, Mark Banna, David Starr 
Jordan, George Parker, and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stanford. 

Unpublished finding aid in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Purchase. 

MS 62-1181 

Military Training Camps Association of the United States, 
Records, 1915-60. 

ca. 5 ft (5000 Items) 

In Chic ago Historical Society Library. 

Correspondence, financial records, newspaper articles, printed ma- 
terial, and index cards, relating to the operation and aims of the 
association and of the Civilian Aides to the Secretary of the Army, 
the latter being selected, until 1951, from members of the association. 
Concerns the association's annual conduct of voluntary military train- 
ing camps. Its role In the military and defense mobilization during 
World War n and the Korean War, Its support of universal military 
training legislation, efforts to secure adequate housing for military 
personnel and their families, and the enactment of a compulsory en- 
listed military reserve program. A large part of the correspondence 



involves Tom Russell Wyles, the Chief Civilian Aide and M. T. C. A. 
president and his secretary, Mrs. Carolyn K. Kennedy 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the 5th IT. S. Army Headquarters, 196L 

MS 62-1182 



Cornell University. New York State School of Iiidwirid 
and Labor Relations. 

Records of State fact finding boards, 1899-1952. 

9 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relatione 
collections. 

Correspondence, transcripts of hearings, reports, newspaper clip- 
pings, and other records of cases before various boards In Massa- 
chusetts, New Jersey, and New Tort The eases relate to disputes 
over wages, pensions, hours, union activities, security regulations, 
strikes, and working conditions. Organizations represented include 
Acme Malleable Iron Works, Buffalo, N. ?.; Amalgamated Associa- 
tion of Clothing Cutters and Trimmers; Amalgamated Association 
of Street Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employees; Bell Air- 
craft Corp. ; Communication Workers of America, New Jersey Traffic 
Division, no. 55 ; Crucible Steel Co., Syracuse plants ; Eastern Massa- 
chusetts Street Railway Co.; Glove Manufacturers Association; 
International Iron Moulders Union ; International Paper Co. ; New 
Jersey Bell Telephone Co.; Palp, Sulphite, and Paperworkers Union; 
Smith, Gray & Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; United Automobile, Aircraft and 
Agricultural Implement Workers of America, Local 501 ; United Gar- 
ment Workers of America; and Tonkers Railroad Co. 

Described in Guide to the records, Labor Management Doeume&te- 
tlon Center, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Sec- 
tions (I960) 

In part, gifts of Saul Wallen and Edmund Ezra Day. 

MS 62-1183 



BacheDer, Irving, 1859-1950. 

Papers, 1891-1945. 

152 items and microfilm. 

In St Lawrence University Library. 

In part transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies (negative) 

Author. Correspondence, and MSS. of unpublished stories. 
sketches, novels, miscellaneous notes and reminiscences. Includes 
MSS. of Eben Holden (1900), Darrel of the blessed isles (1913), The 
marryers (1914), Dawn (1927), The house of the three ganders 
(1928), Uncle Peel (1933), A boy for the ages (1937), and a micro- 
film copy of The still house of CDarrow (1894). Correspondents 
Include William Jennings Bryan, Stephen Crane, and Gilbert Parker. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gifts of various persons. 

MS 62-1184 



Cole, Thomas, 1801-1848. 
Papers, 1821-63. 
5 ft. 

In New York State Library. 

Artist Correspondence, notebooks, Journals, sketch books, essays, 
lectures, poetry, bills, accounts, and other papers. 
Purchased, 1935. 

MS 62-1185 



Masefield, John, 1878- 

Correspondence, 1906-11. 
8 v. 

In Univer&ity of Arizona Library. 

Correspondence with various notables, together with 224 lettesa 
by Masefield to C. F. Cazenove, Maseneld*s literary agent. 
Gift of T. E. Hanley. 

MS 62-11SS 



Stevenson House State Historical Monument, Monterey, 

CaUf. 
Manuscripts in the Stevensoniana collection, 
ca. 50 items (in total collection of some 2000 items) 
In Stevenson House State Historical Monument (Monterey, Calls.) 
Scattered MS. material, including a few holograph items by Robert 

Louis Stevenson, in a large collection of books, clippings, photos., and 

memorabilia concerning Stevenson. 

Unpublished inventory in the repository. 

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California. State Library, Sacramento. Sutro Branch, San 
Francisco. 

Mexican manuscripts, ca. 1790-1840. 
1 ft. and 241 v. 

In Sutro Library (San Francisco) 

Vellum bound MS. and other pnn»-« - OI , 

medicine, and other subjects. 

MS 62-1188 



Sihler, Ernest Gottlieb, 1853-1942. 

Papers, 1899-1932. 

ca. SO items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

Educator and classical scholar. Includes Slider's memories of his 
youth, first impressions of Italy and Switzerland, lectures on classi- 
cal subjects, and prospectuses of his books. The material Is related 
to the repository's L. Fuerbrlnger and W. O. Sihler collections. 

Open to Investigators under repository restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository 

Gift of Pruzlaff Library and others. 

MS 62-1189 

v o, Jaime de. 

Papers, ca. 1930-54. 

lft 

In University of California at Los Angeles library. 

Anthropologist. Correspondence, MSS. and typescripts of poems, 
stories, articles, and books, other papers, and pictures. Includes 
typescripts In several versions of de Angulo'B Indian tales (1853) 
r2* J of J? ie lettere were wrttteI > to Mrs. de Angulo. Correspondents 
Include Blaise Cendrars, Marianne Moore, Dorothy Shakspear Pound, 
and Ezra Loomls Pound. ^^ 

Olft of Mrs. de Angulo, 1959. 

MS 62-1190 

WaddeH, Charles Wilkin, 1875- 
Papers, ca. 1917-58. 
ca. 500 items. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 
Educator. Correspondence, clippings, and related printed material 
concerning the organization, history, and progress of the Elementary 
Training School at the University of California, Los Angeles. 
Gift of Mr. Waddell, 1960. 

MS 62-1191 

Pinal Dome Oil Company, Santa Maria, Calif. 

Records, ca. 1901-22. 

ca. 160 ft. (ca. 500,000 Items) 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 

Correspondence, ledgers; journals, trial balance sheets, inventories, 
statements, miscellaneous accounts, well drilling reports, cashbooks, 
stock certificate books, and other records of the Pinal Dome Oil Co. 
and its subsidiary and allied companies. 

Gift of Guy L. Goodwin, 1846. 

MS 62-1192 

Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Autograph albums, 1790-1888. 

12 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Signatures of friends, usually accompanied by verses. In the wihmwa 
of Beulah Brown, Lee H. Buffington, Adete C. Clark, Elizabeth C. 
Clemson, Walter Gould, and Mary McShane. Also Includes volumes 
of signatures of subscribers to various publications, as well as stock- 
holders in a bridge company. 

Separately described in Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1849) 

Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-1193 

— '^amia. Historical Society. 

^oi-apuooks, 1802-1914. 

5v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Largely clippings, with some letters, photos, papers, and miscel- 
lany. One volume Is anonymous in origin; the others bear the names 
of the Kimball family, Joseph A. Kneass, Lawrence E. McCrossln, and 
Joseph Lapsley Wilson. 

Separately described In Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1849) 

Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-1194 



Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Records of clubs and societies, 1775-1925. 

ca. 35 v., 2 boxes, and 1 package. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

In part, photocopies. 

Minute books, cashbooks, membership lists, constitutions, petitions 
and other diverse items relating to relief societies, burial societies, 
women's organizations (professional and social), colonization sode- 
ties and societies for the protection of fugitive slaves, political clubs, 
literary associations, patriotic societies, clerical organizations, and 
societies connected with churches, schools, lodges, and ethnic groups. 

Separately described In Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1848) 

Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-1198 

Women's Overseas Service League. St. Paul Unit. 

Records, 1919-42. 

ca. 30 Items and 6 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, minutes of meetings, treasurer's records, biograph- 
ical sketches of members, constitution and bylaws, articles of Incorpo- 
ration, and a booklet giving the history of the League. 

Unpublished description in the library 

Gift of Frances Sogers, 1866. 

MS 62-1196 

Service Bureau of Women's Organizations, Hartford. 
Records, 1945-57. 
lbox. 

In Badcllffe College Lltrary, Women's Archives (B-T) 
Beports of July 7, 1945; Jan. 22 and Oct 4, 1846; and Feb. 25, 1847 
(In MS. form), together with a file of 12 Annual reports (not In MS. 
form) 

Acquired, 1952-59. 

MS 62-1197 



Mothers' Discussion Club, Cambridge, Matt. 

Papers, 1899-1950. 

lbox. 

In Radcllffe College Library, Women's Archives (B-13) 

Becords of a club founded in 1899 to discuss problems relating to 
the members' children and their upbringing, later broadened to cover 
community analysis and international affairs. Papers Include min- 
utes of meetings, lists of members and of officers, World War I rec- 
ords of members, and material on the 50th anniversary party In 1849. 

Acquired, 1955. 

MS 62-1198 

Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society. 

Greaterville, Arizona collection, 1880-1921. 

21 Items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Journals, 2 school registers (1895-99), school reports (1917-21), 
school census returns O902-O5), 6 Justice court and justice of peace 
documents, notarial record, marriage certificates, and a tune book 
(1805) for a Greaterville firm. Includes a Journal (1885-1900) of a 
person named Anderson and a Journal (1880) relating to mlnlne m 
Greaterville. ~ * 

MS 62-1199 



Wilkinson, Ogden D collector. 

Papers, 1684-1856. 

50 Items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

A folder of letters (1622-56) addressed to Alexander Burton, 
United States consul at Oporto, Portugal and Cadiz, Spain; single 
letters from Lewis Cass, A. C Dodge, Washington Irving, and Martin 
Van Buren; three letters from William H. Preseott; a letter (1889) 
from John Qulncy Adams; a Quaker certificate of removal given to 
Thomas Langhorne (1884) ; and receipts of Th<mn »« and John Law- 
rence (1742-98) 

Presented by the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 1858. 

MS 62-1200 

Navy League of the United States. Richmond Women's 
Council. 

Navy League Club records, 1943-46. 
ca. 1000 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 
Deposited by the Navy League Club, Bicnmond. 

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Bates, Edward, 1793-1869. 

Papers, 1778-1872. 

82 Items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer, State legislator, D. S. Representative from Missouri, and 
r.lA.t™* Ge P2? L Correspondence, diary (1828), win, deeds, 
andotter papers. The diary Is of Caroline Matilda Bites Jettand 
concerns her journey from Northumberland Co, Va_ to St Louis. 
Correspondent!! and persons mentioned Include Thomas Hart Benton. 
Taylor Beny, Aaron Burr, John Catron. Henry Clay, Lucy Ann Pope 
S bDey, » M f25 ret P™*** MmberUke BatonT^Bdward Everett 
Thomas Forsyth, Andrew Hull Foote, Anna Bates Jett, Beverdy John- 
son, Meriwether Lewis, Francis Lieber, William L. May, John Ran- 
dolph of Boanoke, John Boss, William Tecomseh Sherman, Kdwle M. 
S^ton, Margaret Maria Bates Spears Wharton, AgnesParBons Blch- 
ardson Woodson, and members of the Bates fhmlry 

Collection has been analyzed by the society. 

But of Mrs. Ralph Todd Kellogg. M6L 

MS 62-1202 

Leflar, Robert Allen, 1901- 

'Wax Relocation Authority papers, 1912-46. 

7 ft 

In Univ ersity of Arkansas library. 

lawyer and Jodge. Correspondence, news dippings, articles, and 
?2£^ I £? a "- 00 S2^ 8 *"» War »**»«<» A^ffirytewblch 
iSS.T^.^. attom 5J B l^ a * ,tant solicitor, 1842-41 Includes 
SSS^i 1 ? "* •* eBc ^* nmnlBtetratlon, offices and functions, and 
K C .^ a 22S.S!^ m l2 ! S"*"^ «" «"»•«•, resetaen^prob- 
tarns, andconsutntlonal principles; and on Individual Irearings con- 
cerning leave clearance, repatriation and expatriation, loyalty, and 

Unpublished calendar in the library 

«3ff eftir^S^ M »-^""»«««o»s- 

MS 62-1203 

Chesebroogh family. 

Papers, 1672-1853. 

ca. 50 items. 

In Stonlngton (Conn.) Historical Library 

In part, transcript (typewritten) 
nZZSSLZ? !f early Stonlngton family, descendants of wmiam 
Otosebrongh^ farmer, Judge, religious leader, and an orgaiusaHof 
!!^?1Lf5 te gorarnm S t fc*™** the Stonlngton land agreement 
^J SI2 iiS^&S? alag J ttam ™» «l«nature of Wmiam C&esetaough; 

B ^£ 7 3r.J 8S ?LS2? •JL etter ot a tater wmta » CkSSroulh 
Papers^of EUhn Ghesebroogh; and many family papeis tfttepertod 

Unpublished catalog In the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Gifts of the Chesebr jugh family. 

MS 62-1204 

ChiHs, Annetta A 

Papers, 1867-1955. 
214 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Material relating to the masonic writings of Albert Pike, and 
photos, of oil developments In the Cleveland, Okla. area. 

MS 62-1205 

Anderson family-. 

Papers, 1802-92. 

ea, 650 items. 

In Kansas State Historical Society, Manuscript Division. 

CorresiKmdence and papers of the following members of the Ander- 
S£ £S2? : fSt ^^aa^Mtras-lSMS), clergyman and president rf 
*** ?°4S? °* Trustees of Washington College" Washington, PaThta 

S^S^^^Sf lo, " r3r J . So<ae,y tm *" Mississippi region, professor 
at Hanover College, and president of Miami University^ aiottan-lon\ 

^L^^^^J^t^?- edncator - »«P^Sndent tf raS 
r°*S*°T **? L525*- *, *• Cumberland during the Civil War, financier, 
SSSS^SKSL?? *"* CoUege <" E^Poria, Kan.; John Alexander 
Anderson (1834-1882), son of William C Anderson, cleigymanTcha?. 

?"i. V£? M California Infantry, U. S. Sanitary Commissioner presi- 
dent of Kansas State Agricultural College, U. S. Representative fflom 
Kansas, and consul-general to Cairo. 

o JSS?iS?2-: in ^ the B J. en 5" u re » )ort «* °» Kansas State Historical 
Society (1905-08) p. 82-89. 

Gift of the Anderson family, 1905. 

MS 62-1206 



fitzsmunons, Cortland, 1893-1949. 
Papers, ca. 1935-47. 
2 ft (40 items) 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 
Author. MSS. of screen plays, plays, and stories, together with 
some correspondence with publishers. 
Gift of Mrs. Muriel Fltzsimmons, 1857. 

MS 62-1207 

Benson, Edward Frederic, 1867-1940. 
Papers, ca. 1899-1940. 
Sft. 
In University of California at Los Angeles Library 

rfi^Sf^ h J"i t ^ >r -*jP 7* ,ponden0e - Pnollsner-s statements, contracts, 
cuppings, and drafts of ca. 85 short stories, poems, essaya and [three 
of Benson's novels. Including Luda in LontonU82T1^ ^^ 
Purchase, 1856. ' 

MS 62-1208 

Jackson, Holbrook, 1874-1948. 

Literary manuscripts, ca. 1900-48. 

12 items. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 

British author. Chiefly holograph drafts of the following works - 
The eighteen nineties (1813), Great English novelists (1807), and 
Great soldiers (1809) ; holograph notes on a wide range of subjects, 
entitled Memoria technlca (1818-41) ; and a MS. in 5 v. entitled Lords 
of language, extracts from the notebooks of a bibliophile (1987-48) 
which is marked Bookman's holiday n, and was Intended as a seauel 
to Jackson's book. Bookman's holiday (1845) 

Purchase, 1857. 

MS 62-1209 

Barton, Bernard, 1784-1849. 

Pnpe-s, 1818-18. 

95 items. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College 

Quaker poet and bank clerk. Letters, mostly t» Wlilam S Fitch, 
a few poems, and other papers. Other correspondents Include b! 
Ackermann and Edward Moxon. Many letterTconcern Boon's 
poetry. 

Card Index in the library. 

Purchased from Mary Benjamin, 1940. 

MS 62-1210 

Weflman, Paul Iselin, 1898- 

Papers, 1949- 

5ft 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 

Author. Typescripts and galley proofs with holograph corrections 
of Wellman's published books, together with some publicity material 
for his books. 

Gift of Mr. Wellman, 1849- 

MS 62-1211 

Rexroth, Kenneth, 1905- 
Papers, ca. 1925- 

15 ft 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 

Poet Correspondence, MSS. of poems, stories, and articles, pic- 
tures, memorabilia, and other papers. Correspondents include Blch- 
ard Eberhart, William Everson, John Gould Fletcher, Charles Henri 
Ford, Morris Graves, Raymond Ellsworth Larsson, Denise Levertov 
James Laughlln, Paul MatUck, Henry Miller, Kenneth Patches, Law- 
rence Clark Powell, Sir Herbert Edward Bead, Bdouard BodltL 
Selden Rodman, Derek a Savage, and wmiam Carlos Williams. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Purchased from Kenneth Bexroth, 1858. 

MS 62-1212 

Kaweah Co-operative Commonwealth Company of Califor- 
nia, ltd. 

Records, 1884-1942. 

125 Items. 

In Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park collections (Three 
Bivers, Calif.) 

In part, transcripts. 

Papers concerning Kaweah, the cooperative settlement ted by Bur. 
nette G. Haskell and James J. Martin In California. Originals and 
copies of correspondence ; copies of testimony in re Kaweah, Los An- 
geles Court; originals and copies of time checks, meal tickets, and 
membership applications; dippings; documents; mimeographed and 
carbon copies of autobiographical memoirs; published booklets de- 
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Kaweah Co-operative Commonwealth Company of Califor- 
nia, ltd. Records, 1884-1942. (Continued) 
paper of the colon; ; unpublished theses ; a chapter from an unpub- 
lished history of Sequoia Natolonal Park concerning the colon; ; and 
photos, 
lades. 

Acquired from various private individuals and descendants of mem- 
bers of the colony. 

MS 62-1213 



Stevens, Wayne Edson, 1892-1959. 

Papers. 

1 file drawer. 

In University of Illinois, Illinois Historical Survey collections. 

Historian. Correspondence, notes, and drafts comprising Stevens's 
working flies for a project to be published by the Alvord Historical 
Commission under the title British pamphlets relating to the West 

Gift of Mrs. Stevens, 1958. 

MS 62-1214 

Edwards, Ninian, 1775-1833. 

Papers, 1799-1880. 

ca. ISO items. 

In University of Illinois, Illinois Historical Survey collections. 

Transcripts, partly of orginals in the Chicago Historical Society. 

Governor of Illinois. Includes copy of an indenture made between 
Edwards and Jonathan Taylor of Kentucky, drafts of letters by Ed- 
wards, and letters from J. Q. Adams, T. H. Benton, John C. Calhoun, 
August Chouteau, Edward Coles, D. P. Cook, William Crawford, 
J. J. Crittenden, J. M. Crowell, A. P. Field, Charles Fisher Albert 
Gallatin, Felix Grundy, Sam Houston, S. D. Ingham, Andrew Jackson, 
H. Johnson, B. M. Johnson, William Kelly, Rnfus King,, Thomas L. 
McKenney, John McLean, James Monroe, Gabriel Moore, Thomas B. 
Beed, John Reynolds, J. B. Shackford, Samuel Southard, B Steven- 
son, Isham Talbot, and William Wirt. Four letters to Ninian Wirt 
Edwards are written by George Forquer, Stephen A. Douglas, and 
Simon Cameron. 

MS 62-1215 

lienan, J Henry, collector. 

Detlef Lienau collection, ca. 1850-1900. 

1 v. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Biographical material and memorabilia relating to the German- 
born architect, Detlef lienau. Includes letters from various persons 
relating to lienau, several memorial articles on Lienau, photocopies 
of newspaper clippings and other letters, certificates of various uni- 
versities, guilds, and other organizations Issued to, and relating to 
lienau, and photos. 

Gift of Mr. Lienau, 1942. 

MS62-1216 

Michigan. University. WUHam L. Clements Library. 
Mexican manuscripts, late 18th cent — 1835. 

46 items. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ana Arbor, Mich.) Division of 
Manuscripts. 

In part, transcripts. 

A bound voL of nn r plnt e d MSS. which appear to be late 18th cent. 
copies; and a bound voL of miscellaneous letters, documents, and 
essays of Mexican origin. Names of writers of letters and authors 
and signers of documents include Jose Maria Agalrre, Basilio Arll- 
laga, Miguel BernaL Fr. Jose Maria de Jeuy Belaurazan, Dr. Juan 
Ifflia Chavert, Jose DavOa, Jose Bernardo Gutierrez, Frtedrich Heln- 
rlch Alexander, Frelherr von Humboldt Fr. Jose Manuel de Jesus, 
Jose Mariano de Leon, Ignado Maria Lerdo, Servando Feresa de 
Mier, Francisco Xavier de la Pena, Francisco Perez, -Jose' Perez- 
Madrid, Lopez Garcia de Salazar, Fr. Ignado de San Luis Jose 
Manuel Sartorlo, Manuel Torres, Alexandre Valdes, Nicolas Vegas, 
Setter de Vengana, Pablo VUlavlcendo, Juan Yafies, Eafael de Traza- 
beL and Pedro Patiflo Ttollnqne. 

Purchased, 1835; and acquired upon settlement of the Clements 
estate, 1887. 

MS 62-1217 

Sydney, Thomas Townshend, let viscount, 1733-1800. 
Papers, 1765-87. 
47 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 
British statesman. Correspondence, documents, and secret min- 
utes of the British Cabinet kept during Anglo-American negotiations 
while Townshend was Secretary of State under George m. 
Summary report and catalog cards in the library. 
Acquired from Charles I. Sawyer, 1916. 

MS 62-1218 



Mexico (Viceroyalty) 

Documents, 1784-90. 

40 items. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Division of 
Manuscripts. 

Transcripts. 

Documents passing between Spain and the Mexican Viceroy and 
between the Viceroy and various repositories where search was made 
for material requested by the Spanish Government for the projected 
history of the Spanish possessions in the Indies. 

Described in the catalogue of Sotheby and Co. (June 24-27, 1919) 
item 438. ' 

Acquired upon settlement of the Clements estate, 1937. 

MS 62-1219 

McCarthy, Justin, 1830-1912. 

Correspondence, 1877-1899. 

ca. 160 items. 

In University of Kansas City Library, Snyder Collection of Ameri- 
cana. 

Irish novelist and statesman. Correspondence by Justin McCarthy 
and his daughter, Charlotte, mainly to Messrs. Cbatto and Wlndus, 
apparently his publishers, concerning his books and articles, discuss- 
ing publication, titles, etc., and acknowledging receipt of payments 
and royalties. Many letters are written by McCarthy's daughter for 
him, discussing his illness, asking for advance of money, having books 
sent to him, etc 

MS 62-1220 



Forbes, Stephen Alfred, 1844-1930. 



Papers, 1847-1928. 

11 items and 1 reel microfilm. 

In University of Illinois, Illinois Historical Survey collections. 

Transcripts and microfilm. 

Entomologist Correspondence, chiefly Civil War letters of Forbes 
and his brother Henry C. Forbes ; journals (1861-65) of Stephen A 
Forbes; and letters, clippings and other papers, on the Grierson Bald. 
Persons named are Henry Elsey, Benjamin Henry Grierson. T J Lhv 
pincott, and William Sooy Smith. ' 

Described in the Survey's Publication no. 6 (1956) p. 31-32. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the repository. 

MS 62-1221 

Astor, John Jacob, 1763-1848. 
Papers, 1811-34. 
; ca. 60 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
In part, photocopies (negative) 

Includes correspondence relating to J. P. Cabanne, John Day, 
Charles Gratiot, Donald McTavish, and others associated with Astor 
In the fur trade. 

MS 62-1222 

Amson, Arthur. 

Papers, 1872-75. 

55 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Chiefly letters in German by Amson to his parents, written while 
he was studying in Heidelberg and Leipzig on the recommendation 
of Thomas Davidson. Includes letters telling of his last Illness. The 
material is related to the repository's Davidson and William T Harris 
collections. 

Gift 1949. 

MS 62-1223 

Ashley family. 

Ashley-Cabell papers, 1843-61. 

ca. 100 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Papers chiefly concerning the management of the estate of Mrs. 
John J. Crittenden (who was formerly Mrs. William H. Ashley) of 
St Louis. 

Gift 

MS62-1224 

Whittier, John Greenfeaf, 1807-1892. 
Correspondence, ca. 1820-92. 
ca. 570 items. 

In Central Michigan University Library. 

Poet Correspondence with Charles A. Dana, Balph W. Emerson. 
Oliver W. Holmes, Sr., and many others. 
Unpublished annotated Index In the library. 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of the Misses McClence, 1955. 

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Mollery-MeDocaM Lumber Company, Duluth. 

Records, 1904-34. 

Ca.3ft. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Descriptive inventory in the repository 
Gift of Alice O'Brien, 1958. 

MS62-1226 

Lawton, Helen Fuller, 1895- 

Papers, 1906-36. 

300 items and 1 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections 
hJtr. ™. Correspondence, printed matter (1906-07) and a scraD- 
hookconta.mng newspaper clippings, programsTphotos en6 pictS 
post cards relating mainly to lira. Lawtoi's teacher LotX Taftand 

stage career of Taft's daughter Emily, who later married PaM nr 

Descriptive inventory in the library 
Gift of Mrs. Lawton, 195T. 

MS 62-1227 

Cooperative Services, int, Minneapolis. 

Records, 1934-57. 

ca. 2 ft. (2000 items) 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections 

Articles of incorporation, bylaws, stockholders' report, notices of 
meetings, minutes of meetings of the Board of Directon oitte Hta 
cational Committee, and of the Twin fflrv nil rE«i rwi-rSr - " 
operating statement *&£*25?£& StSZSSflSSt 
mente. contracts between the cooperative andthelnterMtional AsX 
ciabon of Machinists and Mechanics and other unfonTu^Z^ 
^ d , ^.correspondence relating to educational woHt ^ 

Descriptive inventory in the repository 

Gift of IverLind, 1959. w""y- 

MS 62-1228 

Gfflespie and Harper Company, Smarter, Mian. 
Records. 1874-90. 
500 items and 2 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 
Correspondence, time book, journal, agreements deeds, receima. 
invoices and other legal, financial, and miscellaneous SSrs"g!vC 

tanSS"!™. ?. "S*"" <*£«"> Gillie and H^fanTvfrlouf 
lumber firms in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa for the cuttlne and 
delivering of logs and lumber, andtracine the renin! mf^SsJS, 
bought in Stillwater, Minn, by the wmp^ 8 ^ "* propert y 

Descriptive inventory in the repository 

Gift of Robert Slaughter. 1957. 

MS 62-1229 

Hays, Theodore L 1867-1945. 

Papers, 1887-1921. 

ca. 6 ft. (1000 items and 52 v.) 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Theater owner and operator. Correspondence, minutes, account 
m?S-rS a s «*P b00 £ documenting Hays' career as owTer ofthe 
Bijou Opera House, Minneapolis, manager of the Grand Opera HoS 
of St Paul and the People's Theater and the Metropoltan^nea?^ 
wh.^ nI "S POliS ' and »«»»*»» of the Twin dry Sc^ic Co alrnT 
which sold scenery, curtains, and stage equipment The c^res™™? 

.?£ " ™? T ?* i with *">**&. ~A«ructton of theafers «nS lD . 
tabor negotiations, and other aspects of the theater taisSSs S 
chides minute books of the Minnesota Amusement A^SfanrfS 
the Theatrical Managers Association of thV^ CWe? 

Descriptive inventory io the repository ww. 

Gift of Donald Chies, 1961. 

MS 62-1230 

Huntoon, Latins Addison, 1827-1884. 

Business records, 1876-84. 

2v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 
Th D ^?.?° k % keD io b i I> i? I>rtetors of tt S^eral store In Lakeland, Minn. 
S5?™2 SSL t' 1B 't?° °? s kepl by Hun toon; the proprietor for the 
volume dated Jan.^Fuly 18S4 has not been identified. 

Inventory in the repository. 

Gift of Philip D. Jordan, I960. 

MS 62-1231 



Powell, Rose Arnold, 1876-1961. 

Papers, 1922-61. 

5 boxes. 

In Radcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-107) 

Correspondence, journals, and articles, much of It concerning Susan 
B. Anthony, and Mrs. Powell's efforts to have her memorialized in 
many ways. Includes correspondence with Gutzon Borglum on the 
possibility of representing Miss Anthony at Mount Rushmore. Other 
persons mentioned include Mary Ritter Beard, Carrie Chapman Catt, 
Adelaide Johnson, Alma Lutz, Alice Paul, and Charles Williams. 

MS 62-1232 



Earners' Library of Wheatland, WheaiUmd Township, 

Records, 1805-73. 

lbos. 

In University of Rochester Library. 

Correspondence, constitution, reports, minutes of the annual meet- 
ings of the proprietors, lists of proprietors, financial accounts, bills for 
nooks purchased from Rochester booksellers, lists of books In order of 
accession, other records of the librarian and trustees, and a history 
of the Farmers' Library by Phillip Garbutt, the last librarian. 

Inventory in the library. Also described in University of Rochester 
Library Bulletin, v. 2, no. 1 (Nov. 1946) p. 1-6. ^^ 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Purchased from Eleanor F. Garbutt, 1934. 

MS 62-1233 



Greene, Henry A 

Papers, 1878-1929. 
85 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson Ariz > 
Dhotosf rieS ' a SCTa P°ook relating to outlaws and Indians, and 

MS 62-1234 



Rochester, N. T. University. Library. 

Theatrical manuscripts, 19th-20th cent 
6 ft. 

In University of Rochester Library. 

Chiefly correspondence of persons connected with the theater 
mainly in England In the 19th century. Includes letters from dram- 
atists, actors and actresses, managers, costume and set designers, 
and Journalists. Correspondents Include Sir George Alexander. Lady 
Marie Effie Wilton Bancroft, Sir Squire Bancroft, Arnold Bennett 
Dion Boucicautt, Dion George Bouclcault, Sir Johnston Forbes-Robert 
eon, David Garrick, Harley Granville-Barker, Sir Henry Irving Sir 
Henry Arthur Jones, Charles John Kean, Ellen Tree Kean, Mary Ann 
Goward Keeley Edward Knobloek, John Highfield Leigh, William 
Charles Macready, Sir Arthur Wing Pinero, Ellen Terry, John 
Lawrence Toole, Irene Vanbrugh, and Sir Charles Wyndham 
tJ££J?TZ ta ^ ', ibrar 5'- Martially described in University of 
Rochester Library Bulletin, v. 1, no. 3 (June 1946) p. 45-48- and 
v. 4, no. 3 (Spring 1949) p. 59-60. ' 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift and purchase, ca. 1935- 

MS 62-1235 rev 



Abel, Reuben. 

Papers, 1823-78. 
2 ft. | ca. 215 items) 
In New York State Library. 

Physician. Family correspondence, bills, receipts, recipes, remedies, 
and miscellaneous papers. 
Purchase, 1942. 

MS 62-1236 



Illinois (Ter.) Legislature. 

Records, 1813-16. 
31 items. 

In University of Illinois, Illinois Historical Survey collections. 
Drafts of bills and acts of the legislature of 1814-16, some en- 
dorsed with dates of readings and concurrence of the council. 

MS 62-1237 



97 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Western North Carolina Historical Association. 

Manuscript collection, 1952-61. 

17 items and 2 v. 

In Western North Carolina Historical Association collections (Asbe- 
rtlle, N. C.) 

Articles and longer studies, mostly on the history of western 
North Carolina and its various localities, including material on 
churches, parks, Indians, politics, and economic development Writ- 
ers Include W. E. Bird, Ora Blackmun, Cordelia Camp, Elmer T. 
Clark, Mrs. a S. Freel, Owen Gudger, Lewis P. w«™iin William S. 
Hoffman, Mark Jenkins, William F. Lewis, Mary Jane McCrary, 
Sadie Smathers Patron, Edward Phipher, Mrs. Preston Thomas, and 
H.C. Wllburn. 

The articles by Edward Phipher were published in the North Caro- 
Una historical review, v. 36, no. 1 (Ian. 1969) and v. 37, no. 1 (Jan. 
I860) ; 2 of the others in the Transylvania County Centennial Sou- 
venir program, 196X 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Acquired, 1952-6L 

MS 62-1238 



Buford, Napoleon Bonaparte, d. 1883. 

Papers, 1853-1868. 

330 items. 

In DeGolyer Foundation Library (Dallas) 

Investor and Army officer. Correspondence, bills, legal papers, 
and other papers, concerning the planning, es tablishme nt, and opera- 
tion of a mining company during the Colorado gold rush. Persons 
mentioned include George Altken and Elisha Wells. 

Purchase, 1961. 

MS 62-1239 



Franklin, Jane (Griffin) Lady, 1792-1875. 

Papers, 1860-81. 

ca. 100 items and 2 reels of microfilm. 

In University of Hawaii Library, Hawaiian and Pacific Collection. 

In part, microfilm (negative) of originals in the Scott Polar Insti- 
tute, Cambridge, Eng. 

Wife of Arctic explorer Sir John Franklin. Letters, Journals 
(1861-65), and miscellaneous notes and papers by Lady Franklin and 
by Sophia Cracroft, Queen Emma of Hawaii, William HoapUl, Robert 
a Wyllie, and others, relating to Lady Franklin's visit to Hawaii in 
18SL 

Unpublished calendar In the library. Part of the papers have been 
published in The Victorian visitors, by Alfons Korn (1958) 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift from Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, Eng., 1851. 

MS 62-1240 



Medina-Ascensio, Luis, 1912- collector. 

Catholic Church history in Mexico papers, 1810-1900. 

1 box, 15 folders, and 1 reel of microfilm. 

In Montezuma Seminary Library. 

In part, transcripts and microfilm copy (negative) from the Vati- 
can, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Paris, the Spanish Embassy In 
Rome, and the archives of the Ministry of External Relations In 
Mexico City. 

Correspondence and other papers relating to the diplomatic rela- 
tions between the Mexican Republic and the Holy See. 

Indexed in part 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposited by the Rev. Medina-Ascensio, 1858. 

MS 62-1241 



Medina-Ascensio, Lois, 1912- collector. 

Montezuma Seminary history papers, 1935-60. 

1 v, 25 folders, and 1 reel of microfilm. 

In Montezuma Seminary Library. 

Transcripts and microfilm copy (negative) from many Mexican and 
American archives. 

Papers and an album of photos, relating to the foundation of (he 
Pontifical Mexican National Seminary of Montezuma, N. M. 

Indexed In part 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposited by the Rev. Medina-Ascensio, 1959. 

MS 62-1242 



AnketeR, Margaret. 

Papers, 1851-1915. 

lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Correspondence, copies of records, and diaries concerning the 
Church of St John Chrysostom In Delafleld, Wis. ; and correspondence 
concerning the erection and dedication of the William B. Gashing 
monument at Delafleld. 

MS 62-1243 

U. S. Tdc Court. 
Records, 1936-51. 

4ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Transcripts and decisions of cases presided over by Richard Lester 
Disney. 

MS 62-1344 

Fort Gibson, OJda. 

Letter books, 1879-90. 

7v. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence documenting Fort Gibson's significance In carry- 
ing out the Indian policy regarding the Indian pacification program 
following the Civil War. 

MS 62-1246 



Fisher, Daniel G 

Papers. 1913-37. 

410 items. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

Journalist Literary correspondence and printed matter. 

MS 63-1346 

Ferguson, Thompson B 1857-192L 

Papers, 1901-06. 
5ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence (personal and political), speeches, and political 
papers relating to Ferguson's term as Territorial Governor of Okla- 
homa. 

MS 63-1247 



Ewing, Cortez Arthur Milton, 1896- 
Papers, 1910-5L 
ca.Sft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University professor. Correspondence, research material; and 
clippings relating to American government Includes Iw fl* , « w,| ftT on 
the Impeachment process at work In American politics. 

MS 62-1348 



English, Frank Miller, 1861-1931. 
Papers, 1901-24. 

5ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Businessman and civic leader. Correspondence and other papers 
relating to the City National Bank and the Comanche Light and 
Power Co. of Lawton, Okht, the First National Bank of Grandfleld, 
Oklahoma, and the Lawton Chamber of Commerce. 

MS 62-1349 



Downing, Lewis, d. 1872. 
Papers, ^865-1915. 
230 items.' 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Union Army officer. Baptist minister, and Principal Chief of the 
Cherokee Nation. Papers relating to the organization of political 
parties in the Cherokee Nation and Downing 1 ! tenure as Principal 
Chief. 

MS 63-1360 



Connelley, William Elsey, 1855-1930. 

Papers, 1864-1926. 
3 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Author. Notebooks, dippings, MSS. relating to the Jayhawkers, 
and interviews with border war. participants. 

MS 62-1251 rev 



98 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Bevan, Wilbur K 

Scrapbook, 1907-42. 

lv. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

World War i soldier. Combination scrapbook and diary contain- 
ing personal correspondence, sketches, poetry (some original) read- 
ing notes, and songs of the American Expeditionary ForcesT 

MS 62-1252 

Civic Club of Philadelphia. 

Records, 1893-1944. 

S6t. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
,».^l n 5^. I?!*-™**) <* tne Board of Directors, minutes (1898- 
SSi S^ ^"S? "**»&■ annoal "JXWb 08^1958Tbu]fcrlns 
IW-ZU-VrtllaXUms (1884-1813), calendars (1822-4&, imttces 

MS 62-1253 

Stnyvesant, Petrus. 

Letter book, 1751-80. 

1 V. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 



Bogert, Rndoiphns. 

Letter book, 1792-99. 

It. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Letter book of a resident of New York City. 



MS 62-1254 



MS 62-1255 



Meyer, Wallace, 1890 t- 

Papers, 1905-46. 

S packages. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
^JS r ^S^'IJ lte S ar f:«^ tapmaaux < toterofflce memoranda, re- 
SSSl^S ^ * DnbBclt * "a™!** and proof pages of advertise 
t^t££ l £*Z 1! i p Vi ""OS* """total ahowmfS development 
from inception to final form of 8 advertising accounts handled by 
M^er, for American Chain and Cable Co, Western KiillroadsTand 

Unpublished Inventory in the repository 
Gift of Mr. Meyer, 1880. i**" ^- 

MS 62-1256 

Fremont, John Charles, 1813-1890. 

Papers, 1838-1907. 

ce.65 items. 

In Southwest Museum Library (Los Angeles) 

„>££?* , omcer ' «PX"W. and statesman. Correspondence, mUitary 

taT£S? D £.^S K ^2S?' and other "*****■ f* correspondenS 
ta chiefly between Fremont and his father-in-law, Thomas Hart 

STSiJP' f 8 « n ? t0r from athwart, and with his wife, Jessie Ben- 
S? ££?"; Inclo * s " notebook (1888) of Fremont's asteonomt 
SL^'i 10 "!*^ 1 poaaB <M75) ^"e "y Primont to his wife 
5™.£ e A£2 k £. 1IO,m S ,,, L- ° ther «"«P°naenm include Jama 
JotoTor^ Chouteau, Jr., Elizabeth Benton FremontTand 

Unpublished guide In the library. 

Gift of Elizabeth Benton Fremont, 1812. 

MS 62-1257 

Ingram, John Henry, 1842-1916. 

Correspondence, 1874-1902. 

44 items. 

In University of Virginia library (1081) 

ntJSS'IUS?" J"* Uterary eait0Ir IjMeis to rngram on various 
literary topics and figures, particularly Edgar Allan Poe. Corre- 

SS^, I SSS d VSf d ' Sfnlngale Robert Cook, OswsJdJohnTede. 
r^CJrawfnrd, TJwmasFrancls Dillon Croker, Henry Curwen, BeUa 
S^J™,^* Garrett Fawcett, Harry Buxton Forman? Anne 
?^US^fLS^"^. Carter Han - *«*""> HattonTAnd^v 
V^J^JS*!^ I"* 4 Paget - L * imer Co"*; WUUam 
wSSS ^STS 0eoIge f 8 ™ 1 ^ Smlth - Andrew James Symington! 
to^^r1ry.s^S^ra^co^fon Walll,, • »• — « ^^8 

-« y ^KL^ n Sth , SS^)p J T cal coDecams - UnlTer - 

Purchase, 1841. '*• 

MS 62-1258 



Gregory family. 

Papers, 17,64-1855. 

358 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Deeds, wills, and other financial and legal papers, of the Gregory 
family of Elsing Green, King William Co, Va. Persons mentioned 
Include Bobert Tjimpftln Garrett; Junius C. Gregory, Maria Gregory, 
Boger Gregory. William Gregory, Junius B. Roane, and Mary Turner 

Accession analysis in the library. 

Gift of Boger Gregory, Jr, 1B6T 

MS 62-1259 

Gibson family. 

Papers, 1775-1919. 

765 Items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Correspondence, compositions, genealogical notes, and other papers 
(chiefly before 1884) relating to the Gibson family of Richmond 
and Petersburg. Correspondents Include Bobert Fitzgerald. Ann 
Elizabeth Jones Gibson, Churchill Jones Gibson, Martha Ann Eliza- 
beth Macmurdo Gibson, Patrick Gibson, Churchill Jones, Martha 
Selden Jones, and Charles James Macmurdo. 

Accession analysis In the library. 

Gift of Mrs. J. Hampden Chamberlayne, 1961. 

Microfilm copy. 

MS 62-1260 

Strafford School District No. 2. 

Records, 1909-35. 

180 folders. 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

Correspondence; applications for teaching positions with recom- 
mendations, qualifications, and photos.; copies of the revised school 
laws ; copies of the Strafford times ; treasurer's voucher stubs, bank 
deposit slips; district clerk's reports to the county clerk, public 
health service pamphlets, teachers' contracts and reports, a blueprint 
of work shop for vocational agriculture classes, Inventory reports, 
minutes of school board meetings, school board election ballots, school 
levy records, signed petitions, and poll lists. Correspondents Include 
State superintendents W. P. Evans and Charles A. Lee. conntv 
superintendent L. H. Coward, the director of the StateBoard of 

Tr°e"£X*} l? u ? a ^ lon ' GeorRe w - Beaves, and U. F. Kerr of the 
U. S. Public Health Service. 
Gift of C. E. Glnn. 

MS 62-1261 

Dexter, Henry Martyn, 1821-1890, collector. 

Ecclesiastical councils, 1629-1885. 

8 ft (1250 Items) 

In the Congregational Library (Boston) 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) 

Mainly copies or onepage descriptions made by Dr. Dexter, with 
references to periodicals or other sources where the records of the 
councils are to be found ; In part, pamphlets containing the councils 
In printed form. The councils deal with disciplinary actions, ordina- 
tion or d ism issal of ministers, and the founding of churches. Ar- 
rangement is chronological. 

Described In Congregational Library bulletin, v. 12, no. 2 (Jan. 
1861) 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Rev. Morton Dexter. 

MS 62-1262 
WeDs family. 

Papers, 1685-1836. 

262 items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 
_-Sl! re ?? .5 de ^ :e ' a tonUly nistory by Gideon Wells, and other 
papers, of the English and American branch of the Wells family of 

^rfS^^SL? I en, w , ? s ¥ re -» PrlnclDaI wrapondents include 
Mary Partridge Wells, her father, Richard Partridge, 1681-1759 her 
sons, Anthony, Richard, and Gideon, Jr, and'temSaST ThfbuS 

pUateShUL POn< ^ ° Ceani ta *"* 1750 ' 8 ' an<l n " ,Ch °* " to ttm 
Unpublished guide in the library. 

MS 62-1263 

Los Angeles Transit Lines. 

Records, 1888-1938. 

176 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Reports, memorandum books, maps, and other papers. Includes a 
two volume history. Street railway development In Los Angeles and 
environs, by Edwin L. Lewis, at one time general superintendent of 
the Los Angeles Railway Corporation. 

Gift of Edwin L. Lewis, 1935-38. 

MS 62-1264 



99 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Friends, Society of. Sandwich Quarterly Meeting. 
Records, 1684-1936. 

12 V. 

In Moses Brown School collections (Providence) 

Minutes of men's meetings (1684-1887), minutes of women's meet- 
ings (1701-1899), minutes on ministers and elders (1731-1849), ac- 
counts of the treasurer (1791-1881) , records of conferences on the 
Bible School (1886-1925), and miscellaneous records (1887-1836). 

Open to Investigators under repository restrictions. 

Deposited by the Sandwich Quarterly Meeting, ca. 1936. 

MS 62-1265 

American Civil Liberties Union. 

Tom Mooney papers, 1916-39. 

203 Items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Photocopies of documents and letters, pamphlets, clippings mimeo- 
graphed releases, and other material relating to the efforts 'to have 
revoked the prison sentence of Tom Mooney, who had been sentenced 
to life imprisonment for the bombing in 1916 of San Francisco's 
Preparedness Day parade. 

Gift of the New Tori Public Library and the American Civil 
Liberties Union, 1942. 

MS 62-1266 

League of Women Voters of New York City. 

New York woman suffrage collection, 1869-1919. 

19 v. and 1 box. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 
,*££? ates °* the w » m e° Suffrage Association of New York State 
(1869-1917) and the Woman Suffrage Party of New York City (1910- 
19) , constitutions, membership lists, printed matter, and other miscel- 
laneous material. 

Gift of the League, 1955. 

MS 62-1267 

Morgan (Theophihis S.) and Company, Oswego, N. T 
Letter book, 1813-17. 



In New York Historical Society collections. 



Cooper, James, of Poughkeepsie, N. T. 
Letter book, 1786-93. 
It. 

In New York Historical Society collections 
Merchant, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



MS 62-1268 



MS 62-1269 



Gardiner, James H 
Papers, 1862-66. 



d. 1889. 



2t. 



InNew York Historical Society collections 
ri868f°SS? er - DIflry (1882 -«B>. a«»Mt books and weather report 
NewSurg^N^. 68887 " "* hUrt " y <* "* W- <* SSSJSt 

MS 62-1270 

Iowa. State Dept. of History and Archives. 

Iowa State Capitol collection, ca. 1850-ca. 1938 

7 items and 2 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

In part, photocopies. 

A. ledger (1875- ) of expenses in building the capital, a time 
book of the cement account, notes by Albert M. Husted on the develop- 
m f n £.,. a ^ plto1 Sounds extension, copies of 2 deeds (1B56) to tend 
on Capitol Hill, a historical sketch (1938) by John F. ptrterfieldof 
the cspltols and the capital grounds of Iowa, a list of donors of real 
estate and testimony in connection with the relocation of the caoltol 
to 1806, and other papers. 

MS 62-1271 

Jackson, Frank Dar, 1854-1938. 

Papers, 1885-96. 

6v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections 

'? u ™f anfl lm8 i ,less "«»>- Five letter books of the period during 
which Jackson was Secretary of State of Iowa. lSSSHoTand a lettef 
bookwlth news dippings, of the period when he was Governor, 

In part, gift of Mr. Jackson, 1924. 

MS 62-1272 



Iowa Farmers Protective Association. 

Records. 
2 items and 3 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
Ledgers (1874-87), an order book for barbed wire, a record of 
subscribers, and a list of names and addresses. 
Gift of W. L. Carpenter. 

MS 62-1273 



McArthur, Henry Clay, i. 1838. 
Papers, ca. 1862-ca. 1909. 
16 items and 2 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
Correspondence, diaries, addresses, clippings, commissions, certifi- 
cates, and other papers. 
Gift of Mr. McArthur. 

MS 62-1274 



BicPherrin, Anderson. 

Papers, ca. 1841-ca. 1847. 

23 items and 2 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Includes 18 letters to A. P. McPherrln written by Anderson Mc- 
Pherrin while attending the 1846-47 session of the Iowa General As- 
sembly, 5 letters concerning early Iowa, and 2 copybooks. 

Gift of J. M. McPherrln, 1920. ■"*»"•««. 

MS 62-1275 



Wilson, Thomas S 1813-1894. 

Papers, ca. 1834-ca. 1885. 
11 Items and 33 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
Lawyer and judge. Scrapbooks of journals, illustrations, and other 
material kept during travels ; and certificates and appointments. 
Gift of J. P. Wilson, 1905-08. 

MS 62-1276 



Swalm, Pauline (Given) 

Correspondence, 20th cent. 

S3 iteins. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Letters and cards from soldiers of World War I, received whne 
Mrs. Swalm was In Southampton, where her husband was U. S. 
consul. 

Gift of Mrs. Swalm, 1927. 

MS 62-1277 

Young, Lafayette, 1848-1926. 
Papers. 

8 Items and 15 boxes. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
Journalist and politician. Correspondence, printed ""itMnl. and 
other papers. 

Gift of Mr. Young, 1927. 

MS 62-1278 

Lynn Township School District. 

Records, ca. 1854-95. 

lv. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Gift of Woodrow Westholm, 196X 

MS 62-1279 

Wells, Albert. 

Papers, 1826-97. 

2t. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Historian. Correspondence and other papers. 

MS 62-1280 

Rourke, Ellen Mary, 1885- 
Papers, 1916-32. 

4 7. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
Lawyer, educator, and public official Bound volumes of notes. 

MS 62-1281 



100 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Ashland, Iowa. Methodist Episcopal Church. Sunday 
School. 

Records, 1868-96. 

3v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

MS 62-1282 



National Conference on State Parks, nt, Des Momea, mi. 
•Kecoras, 1921. 
S boxes. 

rLSS* ^J***; * HUrtolT *** toUw coHecUoua. 
fere^» pIS. confereoce ' "^^ *°own as the National Con- 

MS 62-1283 



Perkins, George Douglas, 1840-1914. 

Papers, 1878-1912. 

ca. 1200 items. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections 

Journalist, politician, and U. S. Representative from Iowa. Corre- 
spondence and other papers from the office of The Sioux aty Journal, 
of which Perkins was editor and publisher 

Finding aid in the repository. 

Gift of William R. Perkins, 1828. 

MS 62-1284 



Harvie, Lewis Edwin, 1809-1887. 
Correspondence, 1876-85. 

84 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

State legislator and farmer, of Amelis Co, Va. Personal and pout- 
s' .IrK? wrttt « 1 to Harvie. Correspondents Include Edwin Gilliam 
Booth, Thomas Branch, William M. Burwell, A. D. Dickinson, T T 
Fauntleroy, Jr., W. W. Gordon. E. J. Hsrvie, Moses D. Hoge, Eliha 

E. Hnndley, William F. Jackson, John W. Johnston, B. M. Jones, John 

F. Lewis, James Lyons, P. W. McKlnney, William Mabone, John E. 
Massey^ William S. Morris, W. N. Newman, John Ott, Wyndham 
Robertson, Francis Glldart Ruffln, James Cocke SouthalL P M. 
Thompson, William M. Tredway, John Randolph Tncker L. CL Wash- 
ington, and Robert Enoch Withers. 

Card file in the library. 

Deposited by Armistead C. Taylor, 1914. 

MS 62-1285 



Andrews, Clarence Edward, 1883-1932 
Papers, 1915-ca. 1943. 

51 items. 

In Ohio State University Library. 
^ Profes sor an d author. Correspondence, passports, identity papers, 
photc^newspaper clippings, and other items. Includes correspond- 
ence between Martha Snodgrass and Chauncey Brewster Tinker con- 
cerning the disposition of some of Emily Dickinson's papers In An- 
drews possession at his death; 3 letters from Andrews to his parents- 
and Joseph Wood's appointment as Apt Surgeon, signed by Governor 
w.?SZ J SS S< "k of J e, S e ^ ( S 6S) " OQux conesponaents include 
S^f.,,?^f ^f t Marth!l Dickinson Bianchl, Joseph Conrad, 
Sosan Gilbert Dickinson, Andre Maurols, Christopher Morley, J. B 
Priestley, David Snodgrass, Gertrude Stein, Frank Swlnnerton, and 
Ernest Vajda. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions 
information on literary rights available at the library. 

»J*rt»1S3te2r Fer8nson - 196L Formeriy owned by Da ™ 

MS 62-1286 



Crapsey, Adelaide, 1878-1914. 

Papers, 1900-33. 

2 boxes. 

In University of Rochester Library. 

Poet Correspondence, MSS. of poems, studies of metrics and versi- 
fication, prosodic analyses, reading notes, work sheets, and scrapbooks 
containing reviews of the posthumously published first edition of Miss 
Crapsey s poems. Includes letters of condolence written to Miss 
Crapsey s parents at the time of her death. 

Inventory and partial index to correspondence In the library. Also 

(5KEm)^*K£* ** Ko<a,ester Ubrarr bnnetID • T - 18, °°- 3 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 
Gift of Paul B. Crapsey and Esther LowenthaL 1961. 

MS 62-1287 



U. S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Lemhi Agency. 
Records, 1892-1907. 

5 ft (102 Items) 

In Idaho State College Museum. 

Correspondence, census reports, property abstracts, vouchers, con- 
tracts for supply, school expense accounts, salary lists, invoices of 
property and supplies, branding marks, ration cards, materials issued 
to Indians, bank receipts, quarterly returns of public property, post 
office records, and agency reports. Includes agent's correspondence 
(1892-1907) and 10 vols, of letter press copybooks (1893-1904) of 
letters. 

Unpublished catalog in the repository. 

MS 62-1288 

Crystal Ice Manufacturing Company, Whittier, Calif 
Records, ca. 1917-35. 
ca. 150 items. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 
Production records for the ice plant time book, sales reports: 
sam ?i! f 2 Ims ' stock sobscriptlon list, and other miscellaneous papers' 
Gift of Phillip L. Gabriel, 1955. v*v&*. 

MS 62-1289 

Settle, Thomas, 1789-1857. 

Papers, 1812-79. 

92 Items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (656) 

Judge, of North Carolina. Family, business, and political corre- 
spondence; bilhvrecelpts, and deeds. The material Is related to the 
library's papers of Thomas Settle, Jr, and ThomaB Settle m. 

In part, described in the Historical Records Survey Guide to the 
Manuscripts in the Southern Historical Collection (1940) n. 129 

Gift of Henrietta Reld, 1937-57. 

MS 62-1290 

Adie family. 

Papers, 1839-1930. 

ca. 75 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
«n?Si,2?, te f?. d a *»i?! s trator8' papers, mainly of Samuel N. Adie 
and George L. Adie, of St Louis County, Mo. ^^ 

Gift 

MS 62-1291 

Allen, DeWitt Clinton, 5. 1835. 
Correspondence, 1909-19. 
ca. 60 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Historian. Correspondence with archivists on historical Azures, 
principally of Missouri. ^^ 

Gift 

MS 62-1292 



Howorth, Lucy (SomerviDe) 1895- 

Papers, 1929-32. 

65 Items. 

In Mississippi Dept of Archives and History. 

Correspondence, minutes, and accounts of Mrs. Howorth In her 
capacity as treasurer of the Central Committee for an Economic Sur- 
vey of Mississippi and as a member of the Research Commission of 
the State of Mississippi. 

Gift of Mrs. Howorth, 1949. 

MS 62-1293 rev 

Amonreux family. 

Amoureux-Bolduc papers, 1761-1899. 
ca. 750 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Correspondence, bills, and receipts of the Anwureux and Boldue 
families of Ste. Genevieve, Mo. 
Gift 

MS 62-1294 



Holmberg, Gustaf Fredrik, 1872-1936. 

Papers, 1903-35. 

125 items. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

University professor. Correspondence (personal and relating to 
the College of Fine Arts at the University of Oklahoma), speeches, 
lecture notes, scrapbook containing memorabllJa, clippings, and re- 
prints of Holmberg's pubUcatlons. 

MS 62-1295 



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Harris, Cyras H 

Papers, 1872-1904. 

84 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Governor of toe Chickasaw Nation. Papers relating to Intruders, 
Chickasaw tribal elections and council proceedings, railroad right-of- 
way problems, and Chickasaw tribal history. 

MS 62-1296 

Harris, C Johnson. 

Papers, 1892-1907. 

945 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Papers relating to the 
final transfer of the Cherokee Outlet to the United States and the 
tribal negotiations with the Dawes Commission, which ended In 
preparation of the tribal roll and assignment of allotments in sev- 
eralty. 

MS 62-1297 

Harral, Stewart, 1906- 

Papers, 1950-51. 

120 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University professor. Speeches and public relations material. 
Includes correspondence, speeches, press releases, and dippings re- 
lating to Johnston Murray's campaign (I960) for Governor of Okla- 
homa. 

MS 62-1298 

Hague, Lyie L 1895- 

Papers, 1930-38. 

5ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Farmer and agricultural leader. Correspondence with and docu- 
ments issued by the Farmers' National Grain Corporation, Oklahoma 
Grain Growers' Association, Oklahoma Wheat Growers' Association, 
The Oklahoma Wheat Pool Elevator Corporation, and other farm 
groups; minutes of executive boards and committees, and boards of 
directors ; periodic financial reports, personal material, and miscella- 
neous papers of the Farm Credit Administration, Farmers' Coopera- 
tive Elevator Association, Federal Farm Board, and the U. S. Dept 
of Agriculture. 

MS 62-1299 

Guy, William Malcolm, 1. 1845. 
Papers, 1887-1907. 
83 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Governor of the Chickasaw Nation. Letters and speeches relating 
to Guy's administrative and political problems. 

MS 62-1300 

Grayson family. 

Papers, 1834-1919. 

230 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Political correspondence, clan and family history, tribal legends, 
and 5 clippings of Grayson family biographical material. Correspond- 
ents Include Samuel Checote, George Washington Grayson, Wash 
Grayson, Isparhecher, L. M. Perryman, Pleasant Porter, Alexander 
Posey, and Moty Tiger. 

MS 62-1301 

Gore, Thomas Pryor, 1870-1949. 

Papers, 1890-1948. 

IS ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer and U. S. Senator from Oklahoma. General correspond- 
ence, form letters, speeches of Gore and his contemporaries. Gore fam- 
ily history, and newspaper clippings. 

MS 62-1302 

Cady, Helen Baker, collector. 

Papers, 1801-1915. 

115 items. 

In State Historical Society cJ Wisconsin collections. 

Papers of the Baker family, consisting of correspondence of John 
Knowlton, of Newburyport, Moss, and Troy, N. X.; of Oapt Samuel 
Baker, of Boston and Mineral Point, Wis. ; and later correspondence 
of Baker's granddaughter, Mrs. Florence K. Baker Hays, with George 
H. Knowlton of Albany, N. X., and others concerning the Knowlton 
and Baker genealogies. 

MS 62-1303 



Johnson, Edward. 

Business records, 1850-72. 

11 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Journals, ledgers, and a few records of purchases of a drug firm In 
Watertown, Wis., until 1852 operated by James Cady and Bdward 
Johnson, and later known as the Edward Johnson or the E. and P. 
Johnson Drug Firm. 

MS 62-1304 



Bolles, Nathan. 

Record books, 1770-1810. 

10 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Merchant of Hartford, Conn. Account books of general me> 
dise sold, an Inventory, records of the settlement of BoUes's & 
and 2 school copybooks. 

MS62-13J. 

Wisconsin. State Historical Society. 

Biographical sketches relating to state and local history. 

29 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Sketches of persons and events, In the form of autobiographies, 
reminiscences, reports, and brief articles dealing largely with Wis- 
consin State and local history. 

MS 62-1306 



Barker and Stewart Lumber Company, Wcauau, Wit. 
Record books, 1899-1915. 
28 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Journals, ledgers, trial balances, cashbooks, salesbooks, accounts 
receivable, credit memoranda, and letter books of the saw and planing 
mill owned by Christopher C. Barker and Hiram C Stewart. 

MS 62-1307 

Colombia University. Libraries. Avery Architectural Li- 
brary. 

Avery Memorial Medal collection, 1914-15. 

ca. 100 items. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

Correspondence and accounts relating to the flotfgwti^ flimnMng, 
presentation, and distribution of the Samuel Putnam Avery Memorial 
Medal The majority of the letters is addressed to Bdward E. Smith, 
the first librarian of the Avery library and the secretary of the Avery 
Medal Committee ; and many are subscriptions for bronze or stiver 
copies of the medal, requests for, and acknowledgments of receipt 
of these copies. 

MS 62-1308 

Robertson, Smith. 

Correspondence, 1821-95. 

149 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Begional History and 
University Archives (243) 

Letters to a superintendent of common schools in Tompkins Oa, 
N. X. 

MS 62-1809 

Pease family. 

Papers, 1789-1919. 

381 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Begional History and 
University Archives (12) 

Correspondence, indentures, and scrapbooks, mainly of Augustine 
H. Pease and Samuel D. Hopkins, of Trnmansburg, Tompkins Oa, 
N.X. 

MS 62-1310 

Patterson family. 

Papers, 1701-1900. 

2486 items and 13 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Begional History and 
University Archives (288) 

Correspondence, accounts, and other papers of Chester Patterson, 
D. Williams Patterson and other members of the family, chiefly 
from Newark Valley, Tioga Co, N. X. Includes a doctor's Journal 
and a bound volume of mounted MSS. (1T01-1809) on family history 
In Massachusetts. 

MS 62-1311 



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Park Hotel, Prat hsburg, jf. Y. 
Records, 1876-1912. 

18 T. 

Registers and accounts. 

MS 62-1312 

Ogden, Frederick A 

Papers, 1849-89. 
17 Items and 4 v. 

TJ^eS^^?^?^)""™ 17 - C ° UeCtl0n " Re8,mal Htah »y — 

»32ffiS£^S?. <Lary ' aad accounte * tt IraMent * 

MS 62-1313 

Northrop, Moses. 

Papers, 1867-53. 

ijJfc£S™iS , c£A> br " 7 ' Conect,on * EeslonaI »*■»• «* 

re^S 1 ^ JLI"^. "SP""* °°- N - *• Cobbler's accounts and 
record of Investments In Nebraska farm mortgages. <*■"»«•» ■""» 

MS 62-1314 
Cornell University. Library. 

193^36 SP ° ndenCe rdatms t0 a nnio11 ^ of newspapers, 

464 Items. 
vSSg^Zffi 3 **'' CoUeCtlon * **»»* History and 

rJS^T P 2 n ? i T re 2 aUn S t0 newspaper flies In Cayuga, Chemung. 
Cortland, Schuyler, Seneca, Tioga, and TomnUns CoSesTT^ Y 

MS 62-1315 

Mnlks, Charles P 

Notebooks, to 1900. 

uJ^rStS.r*"' ° 0lleeaoa «* KeetoMl »"«, and 

porStlor ^ N - Y - ^^mes, legends, land and trans- 

MS 62-1316 

Merritt family. 

Papers, 1841-94. 
94 Items and 6 v 

Vt^gfrSSgf&Zf?*'- ° >neCUOn * Bfiglonal ^^^ ""* 

P^^S^^^My*™ aCCmmte *» Hene P°« — 

MS 62-1817 

Williams, George R 

Letters, 1887-89. 

Xln^^^^f^- ^«*«» »* Eeglona! History and 
Banker and businessman, of Ithaca, N. Y. Letter copybook. 

MS 62-1318 

Woodruff, Charles F 

1838^39* °* Charles F - and M 51161 ^ Pelton Woodruff, 
43 Items. 

v££Sr£2K?(% " hrar7, Conecao,, ■* Be810nal Histoiy "" 

MS62-1319 

Southworth family. 

Papers, 1840-93. 
41 Items. 

V^^^^f^^' O* 1 "*™ * ■*«» Htatory and 

N.? e r2aUy aDd n0t< * <m * Bany **** rf a D 1 *" 31 ' »««PkiM Co, 

MS 63-1330 



Dnnlap, William, 1766-1839. 
Diaries, 1797-1834. 

5 T. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
Artist, dramatist, and historian. 

Printed In Collections of the New York Historical Society (1929- 
Sl) 

MS 62-1321 

Grnbb family. 

Papers, 1738-1861. 

45 Items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

-/""S ?"?"?? to *** nne *° tne Burt open which Codorus Pone 
was erected, la Hellam Township. York Co- Pa! «>™nH *-orge 

Presented by Mrs. W. S. Morris, UBS. 

MS 62-1322 

StoweH, John C I. 1817. 

Accounts, 1848-89. 
It. 

In Cornell University library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (54N) ^^ ^ 

Businessman, of Ithaca, N. Y. Cattle trade and miscellaneous 
accounts. 

MS 62-1323 

Robertson family. 

Correspondence, 1820-1907. 
202 Items. 

Un^er^r^W*"* C ° BeCUOn ** B, * 0nal ^^ "* 

mi£SS? K "I2S!SL ,tf aWashlngton Co, N. Y. family, many of whom 

SS22.^r a A« X1 ? lette ™ were wzMa "*"» oSoT Missouri 
Minnesota, and California, and from Orleans and Oswego Comae* 

MS 62-1324 

Allen (H. S.) Company, Chippewa FdOs, Wis 
Records, 1836-90. 

v&J£5Z2*2fi$ Ubnuy - CoVaMm of Beg,on,a Hlstoi y — 

Lomhertng and mlscellaoeons accounts. 

MS 62-1326 

Treat family. 

Papers of the Treat aad Brees families, 1826-1917 
157 Items and 2 v -i ">™-«ii. 

t^^rc^o?)"*" 7 ' C ° UeeH0B <* B-Wntotory and 
Correspondence and accounts from Breesport, Chemung Co, N. Y. 

MS 62-1326 

Tattle, David. 

Papers, 1852-81. 
593 Items. 

v££S1L3£S1S» 0mT ' ConecUo,, " **">**">"' — 

Letters and store accounts from Watklns Glen, Schuyler Co, N. Y. 

MS 62-1327 

Magee, John, 1794-1868. 

Correspondence, 1821-50. 
76 items. 

Sheriff of Steuben Co, U. S. Bepresentatlve from New York. 
correspmden^e? 1 ""' raUroad Dron,0 *«- Political and business 

MS 62-1328 

KeDog, William T 

Business records, 1889-1917. 

Un.^eStyl'rS'fveB'T^r™' 7, C °" eCt!0n " *»"" ^^ ^ 
C( Dry goods and stationery inventories from West Danby, Tompkins 

MS 62-1329 



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Kinney, Worthy B 

Papers, 1879-1928. 

183 Items. 

In Cornell University library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (30) 

Letters, addresses, and diary of the principal of Union Schools at 
Cuba, Allegany Co., and Lyons, 'Wayne Co, N. Y. 

MS 62-1330 



Lamont, Daniel Scott, 1851-1905. 

Correspondence, 1860-87. 

990 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (18) 

Financier, private secretary to Grover Cleveland, and U. S. Secre- 
tary of 'War. Letters (mainly 1876-83) to Lamont relating to New 
York State politics. Correspondents lnclo.de D. G. Griffin, D. O'Brien, 
and D. WUlers, Jr. 

MS 62-1331 



Loomis, Charles A 

Correspondence, 1806-98. 

389 Items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (222C) 

lawyer of Yates Co, N. Y, Columbus, Ohio, and St Clair, Mich. 
The collection is related to the library's collection of McCall family 
papers. 

MS 62-1332 



Davenport, Amos H 

Accounts, 1830-72. 

li. ■■■■■■ 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (39A) 

Blacksmith, saddlery, and general accounts of a resident of Ithaca, 
N.Y. 

MS 62-1333 

Dean, H B 

Accounts, 1827-190L 

8v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (39A) 

Farm and general store accounts of a resident of Ludlowvllle, 
Tompkins Co, N. Y. 

MS 62-1334 

Tolbert family. 

Accounts, 1847-87. 
8T Items and 2 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (102) 

Farm and general store accounts from Savons, Steuben Co, N. Y. 

MS 62-1880 



EDas family. 

Papers, 1809-98. 



In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History" and 
University Archives (222D) 

Correspondence and accounts of a family with representatives and 
interests In Steuben and Brie Counties, N. xT 

MS 62-1336 

Ferris, Joshua. 

Correspondence, 1831-47. 
1 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (54QG) 

Letter copybook of a resident of Ithaca, N. Y. 

MS 62-1337 

Ford family. 

Accounts, 1800-1931. 

14 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (210) 

Farming and produce business accounts from lima, Livingston Co, 
N. Y. 

MS 62-1338 



Frost family. 

Correspondence, 1889-1917. 
51 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (2S8) 

Letters of a family living in Watkins Glen, Schuyler Co, N. Y. 

MS 62-1339 



Gardner, Joseph L 

Papers, 1872-78. 

lv. 

In Cornell University library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives ( 36A) 

Farm accounts and veterinarian's remedies of a resident of Smyrna, 
Chenango Co, N. Y. 

MS 62-1340 



Ganntlett, John C 

Business records, 1843-1928. 
503 items and 7 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (150C) 

Real estate and other business correspondence and documents from 

Ittaca ' NY - MS 62-1341 



Guinnip, George B 

Papers, 1815-96. 

1283 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (192) 

Grocery store accounts and transportation data of a resident of 
Watkins Glen, Schuyler Co, N. Y. 

MS 62-1342 



Bight, Mary A 

Diaries, 1876-83. 

4 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (242) 

Diaries dated 1876, 1878, 1879, and 1883, of a resident of Bradford, 
Steuben Co, N. Y. 

MS 62-1343 



Ithaca and Owego Turnpike Company. 

Records, 1808-36. 
238 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (54C) 

Toll books, construction contracts, and stock certificates. 

MS 62-1344 



Bostwick family. 

Papers, 1802-96. 

213 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (73) 

Land, business, and genealogical papers of the Bostwick and Cole 
families of Yates and Ontario Counties, N. Y. 

MS 62-1345 



Bradley, Zera. 

Papers, 1848-82. 

2v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (80) 

Farm and personal accounts, and a pensions record book kept by a 
resident of Bath, N. Y. 

MS 62-1346 

Close family. 

Papers, 1808-68. 
47 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (237) 

Letters and accounts of a family from Genoa, Cayuga Co, 24. Y. 

MS 62-1347 



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Coon family. 

Correspondence, 1871-1898 
193 items. 

Correspondence of a family from Burdett, Schuyler Co., N. T. 

MS 62-1348 

Bellinger family. 

Papers, 1781-1911. 
137 items and 5 v 

Universal tSSXTfeF*"*' ™*° i ™ « ^^ Hlst ^ «* 

aZj^TLtaMb. 0ther P * PerS "***"* to land sales <« « Herkimer 

MS 62-1349 

Grand Army of the Republic. Dept. of Pennsylvania. 
Schuyler Post, No. 51, Philadelphia. 

Records, 1874-1931. 

1350 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Hecordsroing back to the post's establishment in 1874. Includes 
the constitution, list of members, minutes, dues ledgers and other 
flnanclai records, correspondence, quartermasters' monthly reports, 
flies of general orders of the G. A. B. and of the Department of Fenn- 
eylvanliL, and records of allied organizations such as the Schuyler 
S™ 1 !. .°- 2 ' f 0118 0( Veterans, and the attached Ladies' Aide: the 
Grand Army Association of Philadelphia and vicinity: and the <aa- 

bythe^ost °* N °' H ' * ciTUlan 8ronp wWch '«** encouraged 

Presented by Maxwell Whltemnn, 1961. 

MS 62-1350 

Day f amfly. 

Papers, 1839-93. 

56 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

Correspondence and diaries. Includes letters -of members of the 
SffH^'iL."? , ""fra'" 1 to ohi o, Illinois, and Indiana, written to 
relatives remaining in Avon, Me., describing the conditions In their 
new homes; Civil War letters of members of the family; letters from 

^and^ptiSntVartinK^ 17 ^^ "" *™« " *"- 

MS 62-1351 

Dennett, William S 

Correspondence, 1861-65. 

42 items. 

In University of Virginia Library (1255 1358) 

Wastorton ^T 5 ? 1 , *° ^r*" ana otBers ' °y Fe «eral officers in 
™«S? ^ Virginia, together with Dennett's Chronological 
SSSS 7^ 0t V**? * events during service in-the WaToftheKe- 
benion. Correspondents Include George B. Elmore, Jod IE GavlorA 

gtaSrai.lM^P^™ 501 * °' "" ^^ UDlTerelty * Vlr - 
Purchase, 1941-42. 

MS 62-1352 

Seward, Samuel Swezy, 1768-1849 
Letters, 1818-22. 
44 Items. 

In New York Historical Society collections 
Physician, lawyer, and educator, of Florida, Orange Co. N. T. 

MS 62-1353 

Breen Stone and Marble Company, Kasota, Minn. 

Letters, 1917-19. 

2 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections 
^.Z^" press books * lTin S Information on the bidding for and 
execution of contracts to supply stone for homes, churches? court 
S^f?5 S^ift Pen'ten^nes, and other buildings. Although a great 
ftsalof the business was done In Minnesota, thecomoany alio secured 

h^^J^J^L^ "^- "" d Canada - Among the Minnesota' 
buildings for which the company supplied stone were the William J 
SJSFJ^Sf i" .?«*est«. the Minnesota Historical SodetytaSt 
"?Uuid the Laird, Norton Co. office In Winona. 

Descriptive Inventory In the repository. 

Anonymous gift, 1957. 

MS 62-1354 



Philadelphia. Mayor's Committee for the 1948 Republican 
National Convention. Auxiliary Bousing Division. 

Records, 1948. 

700 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Correspondence and other papers of Frank C. P. McGlinn, chair- 
man of the division, including letters concerning the arrangements 
made to house visitors to the convention. 

Presented by the Free Library of Philadelphia. 

MS 62-1355 

Age Center of New England. 

Records, 1956- 
lbox. 

» n J! a ? c,me CoUese "on"?. Women's Archives (B-181 

MS 62-1356 



Pratt, Marietta (Harkness) 

Scrapbooks, 1921-25. 

2 v. 

In Radcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-1051 
tJ£?$!Z£* of J^ F™"' 8 titles, and of the Atlantic Cry 
5w2J2 ?v, "TS* ba! ! aar - Dec. 1-9, 1822, in which the League 
of Women Voters of Massachusetts participated. ^^*^ 

MS 62-1357 

Birth Control League of Massachusetts. 

Records, 1916-34. 

lbox. 

In Radcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (B-20) 

Correspondence and other papers concerning the legal difficulties of 
tte league. Correspondents include Blanche Ames. Antoinette F 
Konikow. and Margaret Higgins Sanger. -wvumx x. 

MS 62-1358 

Alger, Abby Langdon, 6. 1850. 

Papers, 1889-97. 

2 v. and 6 folders. 

In Badeliffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-103) 
««.- f -"J -.™* AJ * er ^ "allans of St Joseph's Mission, and 
Ft^*^°.h £?***'' ^P "^ reviewing her^analaflonTfrcin 
£^?5 5 nd ,S erman 'J md "Bering her activities in introducing^ 
Boston the Chinese theater, the Japanese dance and tea^KremW 
SdttendT ptay ^^ Italian puppets; andp^^MTsslSger 

Acflulred, 1867. 

MS 62-1359 



Welles, Gideon, 1802-1878. 

Papers, 1820-78. 

2 ft. (ca. 1500 items) 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Journalist, postmaster of Hartford, ContL, Connecticut State legis- 
lator, and U. S. Secretary of the Navy. Letters, letter books, and" 
articles by Welles, relating to all phases of his career. Includes many 
drafts of his letters and articles, most of which were written in the 
1840's and 1850's, and 3 letter books containing copies of letters writ- 
ten from Mar. 8, 1861 to June 21, 1862, as Secretary of the Navy. 
Correspondents include Francis Preston Blair, Montgomery Blair, 
William Alfred Buckingham, and Silas Wright A letter from Welles 
to Abraham Lincoln, and Lincoln's reply (1864) concern Welles' 
recommendation of Joseph E. Hawley's promotion to Brigadier Gen- 
eral. 



Card catalog In the repository. 
Gift of Edgar T. Welles, 1901. 



MS 62-1360 



Ottesen, Jakob AaH, 1825-1904. 

Letters. 1860-02. 

ca. 580 items. 

In Lutber College Library (Decorah, Iowa) 

Lutheran pastor In Wisconsin and Iowa. Letters to Laur Larsen. 
first president of Luther College. Material is related to the library's 
Larsen collection. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Karen Larsen, 1981 *•■■■■ 

MS 62-1361 



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Medina-Ascensio, Luis, 1913- collector. 

Mexican Jesuit and other ecclesiastical college papers, 
1870-1U51. 

1 v.. 10 folders, and 1 reel of microfilm. 

In Montezuma Seminary library. 

Transcripts and microfilm copy (negative) 

Papers and photos, concerning the history of Ysleta College, Semi- 
nario de Guadalajara, Colegio de San Juan Nepomuceno, and others. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposited by the Rev. Medina-Ascensio, 1658. 

MS 62-1382 



Price, Joseph M 1870-1949. 

Papers. 1909-43. 

258items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence with contemporary political figures, records of the 
New York City Fusion Committee of 1909, and scrapbooks of clippings 
relating to the Fusion movements (1909-83). Correspondents Include 
Benjamin Cardozo, John Purroy Mltchel, Theodore Roosevelt, Martin 
Saxe, and Henry L. Stimson. 

MS 62-1363 



Columbia University. Libraries. 

Russian and East European archive, 18th cent.- 

ea. 500 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Material relating to such subjects as the history of the House of 
Romanov, the zemstvo movement, the liberal and revolutionary move- 
ments of 1860-98, the development of manufacturing and banking, the 
Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05, the liberal and constitutional move- 
ment from 1902-17, the revolutionary movement from 1898-1917, the 
military and political history of Russia In World War r, the political, 
literary and philosophical activities of the Russian exiles after 1920, 
and the impact of World War n on the Soviet Union. Includes the 
unpublished studies and memoirs assembled by the Research Program 
on the TJ. S. S. R (East European Fund, Inc.), 1951-55, and the Re- 
search Program on the History of the Communist Party of the Soviet 
Union. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 

MS 62-1364 



Todd, John, 1818-1894. 

Papers. 

5 Items and 2 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Congregational minister and abolitionist. Correspondence and 
other papers, Including some material on John Brown. Persons men- 
tioned include Nathaniel Bradley Baker, John F, Cook, Mr. Hazaos, 
Joseph Smith, and Aaron Stevens. 

Gilt of Mr. Todd. 

MS 62-1365 



San Francisco. Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 

1915. 

Records of Iowa's participation, 1914-17. 

3 items and 3 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Correspondence, accounts, lists, certificates, and other papers. 

MS 62-1366 



Philadelphia Drug Exchange. 

Records, 1861-1957. 

11 v. and 2 boxes. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Minutes, roll of officers and. members, and printed circulars and 
annual reports, of an organization formed In 1861 to promote the 
interests of the drug trade In Philadelphia. 

Presented by the Exchange. 

MS 62-1367 

Infant School Society of Philadelphia. 

Records, 1827-1940. 

5v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Minutes (1827-99, 1906-40) and treasurer's account book (1827-91) 

Presented by Walter Biddle Saul, 1960. 

MS 62-1368 



Pennsylvania State Sabbath School Association. 

Records, 1862-1922. 
11 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
Scrapbooks, containing letters, reports, minutes, clippings, pro- 
grams, and other material collected for a history of the Association. 
Presented by Mrs. C. R Blackwall. 1923. 



MS 62-1369 



Wanamaker, John, 1838-1922, collector. 

Autojrmph album, 1779-1892. 

lv. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Over 125 autograph letters and documents, together with about the 
same number of engravings. The autographs are mainly those of 
19th cent literary, political, and military figures. Persons represented 
Include Thomas Bailey Aldrich, William Bainbrtdge, John Cabell 
Breckinridge, John Catron, Tunis A. M. Craven, Millard Fillmore, 
John B. Floyd, David M. Gregg, Edward Hand, Ambrose Powell BUL 
Henry Lee, Rubens Peale, Albert Pike, Raphael Semmes, Gideon Welles, 
and John Greeuleaf Whlttler. 

Presented by the Wanamaker store. 

MS62-1370 



McCluer, Franc L 

Missonri Constitutional Convention papers, 1943-44. 

150fuluers. 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

College president Correspondence and papers of a delegate from 
the 10th Senatorial District to the Missouri State Constitutional Con- 
vention of 1943-44, relating mostly to the work of the Committee on 
State Finance (except taxation) of which McCluer was chairman, 
and to the Committees on Education, Public Health, Public Welfare, 
and others on which he served. 

Deposited by Mr. McCluer. 

MS 62-1371 



Pendleton, William Nelson, 1809-1883. 

Papers, 1861-62. 

174 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Confederate officer and Episcopal minister. Correspondence, tele- 
grams, commissions, lists of ordnance, orders, requests, and contracts 
for supplies, list of quartermaster's stores, and officers' reports. Cor- 
respondents include R. H. Chilton, Jubal A. Early, J. Gorgas, Wade 
Hampton, Joseph E. Johnston, Robert E. Lee, J. Letcher, and L P. 
Walker. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1940-52. 

MS 62-1372 



Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, 1746-1825. 

Papers, 1746-1860. 

1118 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Revolutionary soldier, statesman, and diplomat Correspondence, 
bills, receipts, and other papers. Correspondents Include Alexander 
Garden, Charles Pinckney, Benjamin Stead, and Petit de Tillers. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1951-58. 

MS 62-1373 



Davidson Comity (N. C.) Fanners' Alliance. Bethany Siib- 

AUiancc No. 601. 

Records, 1882-96. 

484 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, minute book, account books, roll book, circulars, 
broadsides, catalogs, and other items, kept by John R Osborne as 
secretary of the Bethany, N. C, Sub-Alliance No. 601 of the Davidson 
County Farmers' Alliance. The material pertains to the activities of 
the Sub-Alliance and Includes correspondence with the state Farmers" 
Alliance and with other local Alliances. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1941. 

MS 62-1374 



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Minnesota Society of Neurology and Psychiatry. 

Records, 1909-41. 

It. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Minutes, constitution, bylaws, accounts, and obituaries of deceased 
members of the Minnesota Society of Neurology and Psychiatry 
(1932-41) and of its predecessor organization the Minnesota Neuro- 
logical Society (1909-32) 

Descriptive inventory in the repository. 

Gift of the Society, 1B8L 

MS 62-1373 



Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society. 

Map collection, 1500-1961. 

SOOOitems. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Arts.) 

Maps of, or relating to mining areas, military poets and reserva- 
tions, missions, forest reserves, national parks, counties and cities, 
Spanish possessions, Indian reservations, the Mexican period, and 
land grants. Includes topographical maps, and plan views and sec- 
tions of military posts. 

MS 62-1376 

Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835-1910. 
Tauber and Underbill collections, 
ca. 2000 items. 

In Mart Twain Birthplace Memorial Shrine (Florida, Ma) 
In part, transcripts and photocopies. 

Author and speaker. First editions of Clemens' books- related 
correspondence of Clemens, his family, and his associates : and other 
papers. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions accepted by the repository. 
Information on literary rights available In the repository. 
Deposited by Bumey L. and Frances M. Fishback. 

MS 62-1377 

Mark Twain Park Association. 

Manuscript collection. 

ca. 100 items. 

In Mark Twain Birthplace Memorial Shrine (Florida, Mo.) 

In part, transcripts and photocopies. 

Writings by Twain's family and friends, photos., and memorabilia. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions accepted by the repository 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Deposited by the Association. 

MS 62-1378 

Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835-1910. 

The adventures of Tom Sawyer papers, 1875-87. 

2ft 

In Mark Twain Birthplace Memorial Shrine (Florida, Mo.) 

Author and speaker. Manuscript by a professional copyist of The 
adventures of Tom Sawyer, with 15 holograph pages and many notes 
by Clemens, and a few notes and corrections by William Dean How- 
ells; correspondence (8 items) of Clemens and Moncure D. Conway 
concerning the book; the contract with Chatto and Wlndus of Lon- 
don for publishing It; and a statement of royalties, 1877-87, for 
Clemens' works published by Chatto and Wlndus. 

Described in The Twainlan, v. 9, no. 4 (July-Ang. 1850) p. 1-2. 
The manuscript of Tom Sawyer Is also described in Bernard De 
Voto s Mark Twain at work (1942) p. 10-18. 

Index in the repository. 

Purchased from Frank Glenn. 1946. 

MS 62-1379 

Chicago Historical Society. Library. 

Mormon collections, 1832-97. 

ca. 160 items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

In part, transcripts. 

Correspondence, clippings, a diary (1856) of Twiss Bermingham, 
and other papers, relating to Joseph Smith and the Mormons, mostly 
In Illinois In the lSMTa. Includes material on the Mormon wars, the 
evacuation of Nauvoo, the murder of Joseph and Hyrnm Smith, al- 
leged depredations by Mormons, their polygamy, the conduct of anU- 
Mormons, the Nauvoo expositor, Sydney Rigdon's speech in Meadvllle 
In 1836, and Mormons in Salt Lake City. Correspondents Include 
Henry Asbury, Emma Smith Bldamon, H. G. Cutter, Jaines Fenner, 
Bobert Foster, Nathaniel Grant, Thomas Gregg, F. M. Hlgbee, Orson 
Pratt, John Priekett, Joseph Smith m, James J. Strang, Samuel O. 
Williams, and Brigham Young. The material is related to the li- 
brary's Hardin and Brayman collections. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 
^Acquired from Henry Asbury, A. B. Deming, Charles F. Gunther, 
Otto L. Schmidt, and others. 

MS 62-1380 



Baldwin-Liraa-Hamilton Corporation. 

Records, 1854-1925. 

19 Items. 

Id Stanford University Library. 

Ledgers, drawings, and locomotive specifications and data. The 
ledgers cover locomotive patterns, engine specifications, boilers, and 
patent royalties. The drawings include current and prospective loco- 
motives for the company. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of E. Morton Grosser. 

MS 62-1381 

Wyndham, Henry Penruddocke, 1736-1819. 
Journals, 1758-67. 
9v. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 
English topographer. Journals of Wyndham's travels in Scotland. 
England, France, Italy, Sicily, Switzerland and Germany 
Purchase, 1850. '" 

MS 62-1382 

American Field Service. 

Records, 1917-19. 

ca. 250 items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

letters, a short history of the organization, various lists (of donors 
of ambntaDces, men serving, etc), clippings, and pamphlets. Con- 
cerns the financial status of the organization, the morale of those in 
service, particularly of those who wished to leave it for more active 
military duty, and the cooperation with the Military Training Camus. 
Correspondents include A. Piatt Andrew, Chauncey McCormlcfc! 
Charles B. Pike, and Henry D. Sleeper. 

Gift of Charles B. Pike. 

MS 62-1383 

Maugham, William Somerset, 1874- 

Papers, 1921-58. 

600 items. 

In Stanford University Library; 

English author. Letters from Maugham to Bertram E. AlansOn 
Investment broker and president of the San Francisco Stock Exchange! 
relating to Maugham's financial interests; personal letters to Alanson 
from Maugham s friends and relatives ; miscellaneous newspaper clip- 
pings concerning Alanson and Maugham ; and photos. Correspondents 
include Klaus Jonas, Sir Gerald Kelly, Robin Maugham. »i«r Searle. 
and Arthur and Ellen Wilson. e— — ■ -*— otavrre, 

Access restricted. 

Gift of Bertram E. Alanson, 1960. 

MS 62-1384 

Spring Garden Soap Society, Philadelphia. 

Records, 1852-1929. 

800 Items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Minute books (1S32-5M), register of applicants for assistance, reg- 
ister of members of the society, receipt book of donations (1898-1916), 
coal orders (1891-1903), a volume entitled Ladies' register, 1861; bills, 
receipts, rough drafts of minutes, and a few communications 

Presented by the society. 

MS 62-1385 

Page, Robert Newton, 1859-1933. 

Papers, 1892-1930. 

3541 items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Bank president and U. S. Representative from North Carolina 
Correspondence, clippings and other papers (largely 1916-20) relating 
chiefly to Page's resignation from Congress and his gubernatorial 
campaign (1920). Includes information on Page's congressional 
career. Correspondents include Claude Kitchtn, Angus Wilton Mc- 
Lean, and Charles Manly Stedman. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1952. 

MS 62-1386 

O'Shaaghnessy, Arthur William Edgar, 1844-1881. 
Papers. 1859-81. 
172 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

British poet. Correspondence, poems, and other papers mostly re- 
lating to O'Shaughnessy's literary career. Includes corrected tran 
scripts from his poem. An epic of women- 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 195L 

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Clothier family. 

Correspondence, 1895-1909. 

41 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Replies to invitations, together with a few letters of thanks, ap- 
parently saved for their autograph value. Correspondents include 
Robert Jones Burdette, ' George Dewey, Horace Howard Furness, 
Howard Malcolm Jenkins, Arnold Henry Savage Landor, William 
McKinley, Silas Weir Mitchell, Dwight Lyman Moody, Robert Emory 
Pattison, Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker, Archbishop Patrick John 
Ryan, Charles Emory Smith, John Lawson Stoddard, Oscar Solomon 
Straus, and Floyd William Tompkins. 

Presented by Marion Clothier. 

MS 62-1388 

Philadelphia. Declaration of Independence Celebration, 

1951. 

Records, 1051. 

ca. 1750 iteniM. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Papers accumulated during the period in which preparations were 
being made for the celebration, and papers associated with the cele- 
bration. Includes letters from Harry S. Truman, Alban W. Barkley, 
John S. Fine, Bernard Samuel, Adlai E. Stevenson, Harold E. Stassen, 
Cardinal Spellman, a few Congressmen, professional and financial men 
of Phildelphia such as Judge Edwin O. Lewis and Albert M. Green- 
field, and the heads or representatives of a few business houses of 
Philadelphia. 

Presented by Thomas V. Labrun. I960. 

MS 62-1389 
Colombia University. Libraries. 

Authors' manuscripts collection. 

ca. 75 boxes. 

In Columbia Universities Libraries. 

MSS. of books and short stories written and published by various 
contemporary authors, many with Columbia University connections. 
Authors represented include Adriaan Barnouw, James W. Bellah, 
John Bock, Elizabeth Coatsworth, Padraic Colum, George Danger- 
field, Irwin Edmau, Joseph Freeman, Eric F. Goldman, Hiram Haydn, 
Henry Beetle Hough, Elizabeth Metzger Howard, Helen Hull, Alfred 
Kazin, Joseph Wood Krutch, Vernon Loggias, Albert Maltz, Henrietta 
Mason, Robert Holloy, Emery Neft, William Oberkircher, William 
Owens, Lotus Paul, Henry M. Robinson, Mabel L. Robinson, Helen 
H. Smith, Anne B. Tufts, Grace Faulkner Ward, Raymond Wearer, 
William L. Westermann, and Stark Young. 

Gifts of the authors represented in the collection. 

MS 62-1390 

Bergholtz, Herman. 

Papers, 1931-35. 

ca. 1550 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of n* gi«""T History n ™<* 
University Archives (10) 

Mayor of Ithaca, N. Y. Papers reflecting Bergholtz's interest in 
real estate and amusement park development. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 

MS 62-1391 

Bioodgood family. 

Papers, 1823-66. 

88 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (65A) 

Correspondence and documents of Francis A* Simeon DeWltt and 
Francis Bioodgood, concerning canal and railroad Interests In the 
southern tier of New York. 

MS 62-1392 
Bnrritt, EUnn, 1810-1879. 
Papers, 1839-78. 
ca. 4 ft (ca. 77 Items) 
In New Britain (Conn.) Public Library. 

linguist and reformer. Correspondence, journals (21 v., 1841-69), 
and writings on a variety of subjects. 
Card index in the library. 
Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of Anna Strickland, ca. 1900. 

MS 62-1393 

Monk, Marie. 

Papers, 1918-50. 

l box. 

In Radcllffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-Sl) 

German lawyer who emigrated to the United States in 1934, 
Autobiography, MS. of The elements of love and marriage (I960), 
and scrapbooks, concerning the rights and legal status of women In 
Germany, and experiences in World War L 

Unpublished inventory in the library. 

MS 62-1394 



White City Construction Company, Chicago. 

Records, 1905-12. 

ca. 720 items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

Business correspondence, bills, and receipts. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from the Active Book Stores, Chicago, 1857. 

MS 62-1395 



Ebert, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm, 1840-1928. 

Papers, 4892-1907. 

ca. 120 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts. 

Lutheran clergyman. Correspondence, recommendations, and com- 
ments, centered around a breach of promise charge against Ebert's 
son. Persons involved Include the son and his former flanrrfft^ the 
faculty of Concordia Theological Seminary, St Louis, and officers of 
the Wisconsin Synod. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the repository. 

Gift 

MS 62-1396 



Adams, David, 1798-1874. 

Papers, 1809-67. 

ca. 160 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Fur trader. Correspondence of Adams and his wife, Elizabeth, 
real estate papers, household accounts, and a contract with Benjamin 
L. E. Bonneville for service on the expedition to the Rocky Mountains 
inl832. 

Gift 

MS 62-1397 

Chase, Wilfrid Earl 
Papers, 1929-36. 

2 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Author. Poems, essays, proverbs, and other writings of Chase, a 
resident of Madison, Wis. 

MS 62-1398 

Clark, Darwin, 1812-1899. 

Business records, 1866-91. 
5 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Furniture dealer, of Madison, Wis. Invoices of shipments of 
furniture, and daily records of goods sold (1874-83) 

MS 62-1399 

Cogswell, William C 

Diaries, 1884-98. 

8v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Copyist of abstracts, of Milwaukee, The diaries, incomplete and 
overlapping, record In detail Cogswell's daily thoughts, conversations, 
and activities. 

MS 62-1400 

U. S. National Mediation Board. 

Records, 1954-57. 

5 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Transcripts of hearings of cases before the Board. Organizations 
represented include American Airlines, inc., Brotherhood of Carmen, 
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of Railway and 
Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees, 
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, Chicago and North Western Railway, 
Chicago, Milwaukee, St Paul & Pacific Railroad, Chicago Union 
Station Co., Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad, Hawaiian 
Airlines LtdL, Houston Belt and Terminal Railroad, Illinois Central 
Railroad, International Air Line Pilots Association, Kansas City 
Southern Railway, Louisville and Nashville Railway, New York Cen- 
tral Railroad Co., Norfolk and Western Railway, Order of Railroad 
Telegraphers, Railway Express Agency, Rock Island-Frisco Termi- 
nal Railway, St Louis and San Francisco Railroad, Telegraphers 
Organization, Transport Workers Union of America, Union Pacific 
Railroad, and United Airlines, inc. 

Described in Guide to the records. Labor Management Documenta- 
tion Center, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Rela- 
tions (1980) 

In part, gift of David L. Cole. 

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Cornell University. New York State School of Industrial 
ana Labor Relations. 

Records of ad hoc arbitrators, 1946-52 
16 v. and ca. 9 boxes. 

eoltecttoul T ° rk State S<ai001 ° £ Indns trial and Labor Relations 

hea^too??in'rii^^ ES, i , .? C ! eding '' Md other «"ms of cases 
ES^Jir i.~,S dl , vlda&1 arbitrators, involving disputes over wa*e 

SS^ifT 1 * pUBS - nations, folldSl ana worS 

and aSSranh^^m'S ^vff ** m<flDde ^ Teuton! 
ana .Telegraph Co, American Union of Telephone Workers m~»T 
tagdale BroUjers, Capital Airlines, inc. (Sole Steel £>' l*££~t 
Edison Co, Distributive Processing and Office Workers Si'oT^ 
bel Brothers, International Association of Machfniste R. H^ M^ 
Co., Oopenhelm Collins & Co.. Stem Brothe " Ceo^fwntg: 

Irirts from various sources. 

MS 62-1402 



Moravian Church. 

Records of individual Moravian congregations, 1735-1959. 

In Moravian Archives (Bethlehem Pa.) 

boote1 ^( tfSS tS »l,^!? e, !' 'SS^/'"""' and some fiscal record 
SeSi „lt &m* m '" i ? b00ks °* organizations within the con- 
gregations, including a few schools. Larger collection. «„*, 
records from New Sork City (8 conUwSS o^ slootoSf 
Bettlehem Sonth Side, Lancaster, I^ano^rpMIaddphu, (TcXrV 
fahons). Beading, and Schoeneck in Pennsylvania- and w.tenSST 
Wis. Smaller coUecUons include record? torn NSvpor^ Z tTSS 
den Valley and Sichem in New York State- IX Md^ArSr£ 
Creek, in New Jersey; Canadensis, Bethei ^"n thfsTata^) °i£nega! 
(in Lancaster Co. , Frederickstown, Germantown; Heidelberg M^S 
gie, Oley, and Tulpehocken in PeDisyTanlaT^nnah^rlT 
Gracebam, Mo.; Hope, Ind.; Olney, I1L; GracehUL Blairstown. Har! 

Trf' Thf^ ^ d VX m - ta Iowa = ^^^ KsnTSa^os^ 
N.D The majority of the records is la German. Material is delated 
to the reposltory-s collection of records of the Provincial EMeS 
Conference of the Northern Province. provincial JWders 

-Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the reoositorv 
formation on literary rights available to the rWltoS! t °^ 



MS 62-1403 



Vance, James Isaac, 1862-1939. 

Papers, 1899-1941. 

ca. 3 ft (600 items and 4 v.) 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Presbyterian minister and author. Correspondence and other writ- 
ings, and scrapbooks composed of newspaper dippings, programs, 
notices, and other Items relating to the history of the First Presb£ 
terian Church, Nashville, and the career of Vance as Its pastor. In- 
cludes a small scrapbook covering Vance's services at the Princess 
Theatre In 1926. Correspondents Include Sue H. Adams George H. 
Armistead, St., Bobert B. Bablngton, Boger W. Babson,' Thomas C. 
Barr, James W. Barton, Robert F. Buntlin, Joseph W. Byrns, James E. 
Caldwell Bogers Caldwell, E. B. Cayee, W. G. Colmery, a7l. Carrie. 
George H. Denny, John H. DeWitt, J. M. Dickinson, Charles E. DlehL 
Beverly Donglas, Spright Dowell, Will Allen Dromgoole, Henry W. 
DuBose Robert Ewing Joel B. Fort, Harry Emerson Fosdick, Hallum 
w. Goodloe, Costen J. Harrell, Henry H. Horton, Cordell Hun. Leland 
TmPS ^',w ens ^ oh , ns ??^- °- tester, Lee Loventhal, J. M/Maxon, 
Hill McAhster. jr. McCain, J. W. McClung, Charles S. Macfadano, 
Duncan McKay, Murdoch MacLeod, John b! McLure, JiBesEMS 
£^?, y ' J » h ° Trotwood Moore, W. W. Moore, M. R. Patterson, George 

w££ W - J/, PoweU ' *" a Eoberte - G ^ Smith, JameTsprant 
Wilbur F. THlett, Charles C. Trabue, C. B. WaUaceTBooker T. Wash- 
ington, and Woodrow Wilson. "«™- 

Unpubllshed register in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Boy C. Avery. 

MS 62-1404 

Hayes, Manliffe. 

Papers, 1851-1912. 

7 V. :.:.... 

In West Virginia University Library (72) 

Six private account books of A. and Manliffe Hayes, and a Morgan- 
town municipal court docket (1873-82) 
Gift of Charles E. La wall, 1940. 

MS 62-1405 



Evangelical Lutheran Muusterium of Pennsylvania and 
Adjacent States. 

Records, ca. 1729- 
ca. 90 ft 

In Lutheran Theological Seminary Library (Philadelphia) 
In part, microfilm. 

Official correspondence (1749-53) ; President's correspondence with 
conferences (1923-43) ; constitutions; minutes in German (1781-1901) 
and in English (1862-1913) ; records and histories of individual con- 
gregations and biographies of pastors ; and records of the Secretary of 
Benevolence, the Treasurer, Examining Committee, Jubilee Commit- 
tee, Centennial Committee, Lutheran Historical Academy, Society for 
Lutheran Church History In America, Executive Board, District con- 
ferences, Philadelphia City Missions, Brotherhood, Lather League, 
Women's Missionary Society, Belsepredlger-Gesellschaft von Pennsyl- 
vania, Lutheran Women's League, Board of Home Missions, Joint 
Committee for the Christian Approach to the Jewish People Board 
of Christian Education, Board of Inner Missions, Mary J.'Drexel 
Home and Philadelphia Motherhouse of Deaconesses, Committee of 
Conference Presidents, Stewardship Committee, Finance Committee, 
Committee on Publication, Pastors' Salary Committee, and the Com- 
mittee on Intersynodlcal Relations. Includes a Questionnaire on 
church records. 

Catalog In the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

MS 62-1406 

Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Literary manuscripts and related materials, 1688-1950. 
ca. 223 items, ca. ISO v., 8 boxes, 1 package, and 1 folder. 
In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 
Book-length manuscripts and shorter Items dealing primarily with 
history, autobiography and biography; with poetry, essays memoirs, 
music and addresses ; and, to a lesser extent with drama, sermons, 
lectures, treatises, and memorials. A small amount of the material Is 
In French or German. The bulk of the Items is from the mld-18ta and 
the lath centuries. Authors are John Jasper Allen, Edward Antffl - 
George Washington Barton, George de Bennevllle, George F Besses! 
Peter G. Bertolet, Ann G. Boker, Eliza Boiler, Edward H.' Bonsan; 
Deborah Borton, Hugh Brackenridge, Samuel Breck, Brin Car Co' 
David Paul Brown, Charles N. Buck, Mary Bundect, "William i£ 
Bunting, Thomas Butler; A. H Cassel, Joseph Saunders Coates, C. a 
Coleman, James Fenlmore Cooper, Henry Hamilton Cox, Bobert D 
Coxe, James Curtis; George M Dallas. M. Darain, Charles H Davis 
(?), W. A. Newman Dorland, Henry S. Dotterer, William Duane, 
Samuel W. Duffield ; Chrlstoph Daniel Ebeling, Charles H A. Esllng, 
Lewis Evans, Edward Everett; George W. Fahnestock, James Fennell, 
Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson, Thomas FltzGerald, John C FonDcrod, 
Daniel M Fox, Benjamin Franklin, Philip Freneau ; Thomas Gilpin, 
Peter A. Grotjan ; A. Oakey Hall, John Ellhn Hall, Lewis R. Harley, 
George L Harrison, William Hayley, John Herbst Joseph Hopkln- 
son, William M Hunter ; Caroline H Jackson, Joseph F. A, Jackson, 
Samuel M. Janney, Francis Jennings, Horatio Gates Jones, Horatio 
Gates Jones, Jr., Thomas Jones; Johannes Kelpins, Duncan Elng, 
Burton Alva Konkle, M. Kunze ; Albert Edmund Lancaster, Joachim 
Langtus, John Laurens, Edgar M. Levy. Emma Lewis, Sarah D 
Lowrie; William MeCarter, Malcolm McEven; William G. Mniin, 
William Man, John Hill Martin, John Martin, John Menzies, Cyrus 
L. Meniam, E. Miles; William Houston Patterson, John Howard 
Payne, Cromwell Pearce, Granville Penn, Isaac A. Pennypacker, 
Joseph Pilmore ; David Bamsax George Collier Bemey, Mary Josei 
phlne Mason Bemey, Nicholas Gomez de Bequena, Abraham Bitter 
Jacob Bitter, Jr., Jonathan Roberts, William Botch; Charles Alexl 
ander Schetky, Frank H Schneli, Walter Qulhcy Scott, John V. Sears, 
John Sheffield (Duke of Buckingham), Richard Cox Shreve, Hannah 
Logan Smith, Richard S. Smith, Samuel Smith, William Smith, Emest 
Spofford, James P. Sterrett, J. B. Sypher; Bebecca Thompson, Terence 
Tlrowen, William S. Todd, Joseph Townsend, Anna Maria Tranth- 
mann, WllUam Trent ; Florence HauptUmer; Francis Adrian van der 
Kemp; Juliet C. Walker, Bobert Wain, J. P. Brlssot de WarvUle, 
Esther Montgomery Westcott, Thompson Westcott, John Greenleaf 
Whlttler, William Wigell, Samuel C. WiDlts, James Wilson, Peregrine 
Wroth; and H Zschohke. Includes anonymous material honoring 
Mary G. Blllmeyer, H. E. Baesley, and Annie Shoemaker as well asa 
few personal accounts, notices, programs, translations, and a common- 
place book. 

Separately described In Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1949) 
Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-1407 
Gilbert, Eli. 

Ledgers, 1840-59. 

It. 

In Wilton (Conn.) Historical Society collections. 

Teacher and farmer of Wilton, Conn, and Qulncy Fla. 

open to Investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

MS 62-1408 . 



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Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Notebooks, 1704-ca. 1900. 

34 v. and 8 booklets. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Motes on legal cases and Judicial opinions, notes taken "on lectures 
on medicine, notes on literary, historical and scientific subjects; 
school notebooks for arithmetic and English composition, common- 
place books, cookbooks; and notes on such diverse subjects as experi- 
ments with electricity, navigation, naval signals, the art of painting, 
calligraphy, biography, esoteric languages, and metaphysics. Com- 
pilers are Thomas Armstrong, Jr.; A. L. Bright, Edward Shippen 
Burd; Mary Ann Chandler, Samuel Coates; Joseph Ellis; a Mrs. 
Fields; Jacob GottschaU, Lizzie B. Gregg; Andrew Hamilton, S. Bell 
Harper, Joseph Hartshorne, Martin Hilda], Daniel Hooper; Joseph 
Inkson; David Jackson; Ebenezer Klnnersley; John MacPherson; 
J. Hill Martin, Thomas Mifflin; John Neagle, Frederick North; 
Bobert Patterson, William John Potts, Howell Powell ; John Bobbins, 
Sarah Roberts; Wlnthrop Sargent, Jr., Charles Sellers. Charles 
Smith ; John Vicary ; and Macre Walton. 

Separately described In Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1949) 
• Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-1409 

Brown, John, 1800-1859. 

Papers, 1842-1910. 

ca. 95 items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

Abolitionist Correspondence, other papers, and printed matter. 
Letters by Brown, which comprise about a third of the collection, 
include letters to his sisters written shortly before his execution, 
letters concerning his activities in Kansas, a letter concerning payment 
for pikes to be used in the Negro uprising. Brown's last written 
statement before ascending the scaffold, and a note listing his 
terms for peace In Kansas. Printed matter Includes a copy of 
the Provisional constitution and ordinances for the people of the 
U. S, submitted by Brown to a convention of followers and friends 
at Chatham, Canada, May 1858, which was found In his home 
at the time of his capture, and the Bible used by Brown while 
awaiting trial Other papers include information relating to the 
estate of his father, Owen Brown; reminiscences by members of his 
family, much of it contemporary ; Annie Brown Adams' comments on 
her father, chiefly on his life at the Kennedy farm prior to Harper's 
W x ^?"J eaers of sympathy for Brown written by Frank Sanborn, 
O. G. VlUard, O. P. Anderson, and John Parr, a lecture by Sanborn 
on Brown (1857), a poem by William E. Channing entitled Burial of 
John Brown, and letters from Governors Chase, Wise, and Hicks 
concerning the trouble with Brown's forces In 1859. Material is re- 
lated to the library's Judge Blchard Parker papers. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift and purchase, partly from Frank G. Logan and Forrest Sweet 

MS 62-1410 

Robertson, James Alexander, 1873-1939. 

Papers, 1568-1939. 

1846 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Archivist and historian. Personal and professional letters and 
papas, nearly all relating to Robertson's search for source materials 
In Philippine history. Includes notes taken by Bobertson in prepara- 
tion for his works on Philippine history, MS. copies of his works 
letters concerning the early years of U. S. colonial rule In the Islands, 
letters from prominent Philippine politicians and leaders and a series 
-of letters and papers of James Alfred LeBoy, historian of Hispanic- 
American culture, concerning the Philippines. Contains Information 
on politics in the Philippines In the early 20th cent, religion In the 
islands, the administration of the Philippine Library in Manila, and 

U " . s - ^ntrol of the Philippines. Many of the letters are In Spanish 
and German. Correspondents lndnde Jose Albert, Manuel Arguelles, 
Manuel Artigas, David P. Barrows, Ferdinand Blumentritt, Herbert 
E. Bolton, Felipe G. Calderoh, Fred W. Carpenter, Charles Bansom 
Edwards, James A. LeBoy, T. H. Pardo de Tavera, William Howard 
Taft, John B. M. Taylor, Florentine Torres, Dan R. Williams, Dean 
C. Worcester, and Clem J. Zulueta. •"— ™> "*«" 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired 1940, 1950. 

MS 62-1411 

Gra^erey Bookshop, New York. 

Correspondence, ca, 1931-54. 

lbox. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence of Lorraine and Bobert Wilbur of the Gramercy 
Bookshop, with writers and literary critics, pertaining mostly to the 
purchase of books. Correspondents Include John Clardl, Leon Edel, 
Wallace Fowlle, Bobert McAlmon, Alfred H. Smith, William Carlos 
Williams, and Edmund Wilson. 

Gift of Bobert Wilbur. 

MS62-1412 



Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod. IHstriots. Western. 

Records, 1855-1955. 

7 ft (ca. 10,500 Items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

Minutes of Western District conventions (1855-69) ; minutes of 
meetings of the Northwest Pastoral Conference of Missouri (1901- 
19) ; minutes of meetings of the Arkansas and Tennessee Pastoral 
Conference (1882-85 and 1887-95) ; essays and proceedings from 
meetings of the Eastern Tennessee Pastors and Teachers Conference 
(1896-1900 and 1905-08) ; and flies of the Western District Mission 
Board, mainly correspondence and reports (-1926-66) relating to the 
following congregations and preaching stations: Hot Springs (First 
Lutheran Church), North Little Bock, London, Mens, Little Bock 
(Negro Missions), Okay, Busselvine, Sprlngdale, Ulm, Van Bnren, 
and Waldenburg, In Arkansas; Harriman-Deermont, Johnson City, 
Memphis, Oak Bldge, and Nashville, In Tennessee ; and Alton, Bour- 
bon, Boonville, Branson, Bunceton, Carthage, Catawlssa, Qhfle , ^ l 
Chillicothe, Cuba, De Soto, Diggtas, Ferguson, Fretstatt, Gascondate, 
Gravelton, High Bldge, Cllnton-Peabody, Holly Hills, Independence, 
Ironton, Jedburg, Jefferson Barracks, JopUn, ir»n«»« city (Calvary), 
Kingston Park, Knobnoster, Ladue, Lebanon, LUbourn, Lexington, 
Marshall, Mansfield, Mexico, Monneft, Neosho, New Haven, Odessa, 
Owensvllle, Parma, Poplar Bluff, Pine Lawn, Ramona Park, Blch- 
mond Heights, Rolls, St Genevieve, St Joseph, St Louis (Faith), St 
Louis Hills, Brentwood, Sarcoxie, Seventy-six, Sumnierneld, Stover, 
Trenton, Union, Valley Park, Verona, and Warrensburg, In Missouri. 

Correspondents Include A. Behnke, G. Belderwieden, H. Berger, G. 
Blar, B. Boxdorfer, E. Brockmann, W. Bnege, A. Burgdorf, L. Oas- 
tens, M. Cook, W. Cook, W. Dlerking, H. Dueker, O. FeucM, O. Fasz- 
holz, E. Gade, E. Gebauer, A. Graf, J. Granatin, E. Grese, B. Harms, 
B. Harnack, E. HsrtmaTin, H. Hasting, B. Haupt, O. Hellwege, J. 
Hohenstein, E. Holsten, R. Janetzke, B. Jargo, A. Jesse, T. Karsten- 
sen, J. Kimpel, R. Klann, O. Klinkermann, H. Kramer. G. Kuechen- 
melster, A. Lindner, D. Ludwig, W. Ludwlg, Th. Manhoff , P. Martens, 
P. Melcher, K. Meyer, S. Michael, E. Neunaber, B. Prange, Th. Pre- 
doehL L. Blrtmann, H. Boschke, H. Rose, J. Schedler, a Scheiderer, 

E. Schneider, G. Schramm, A. Schroeder, K. J. Schroeder, P. 
Schulz, W. Seabeck, G. Seager, G. Seboldt P. Strlckert and W. W. 
Stuenkel. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available In the repository. 

Gift of Pritzlaff Library, Th. G. Schoeth, and the Western Dis- 
trict, 1954-58. 

MS 62-1413 



Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, haron, 1809-1892. 

Correspondence, 1831-98. 

87 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

British poet Letters of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, of his brother, 
Frederick Tennyson, and of w«ii«m Tennyson, son of Lord Tenny- 
son. Fourteen letters from Alfred Tennyson to Sophy Bawnsley are 
largely personal, although one of them expresses Tennyson's reluc- 
tance to become poet laureate. Other letters of Tennyson contain 
references to the possible publication of his poems In the United 
States, the value of his poetry, the presentation of one of his volumes 
to Queen Victoria, and other literary matters. Letters of Frederick 
Tennyson refer to the death of his father and to the early publication 

of his brother's poems. Letters of Hnllnm Tennyson, most of which 
are to Theodore Watts-Dunton, contain allusions to the works of his 
father. Other correspondents Include Hall Calne, Sidney J. Low, 
Lewis Morris, Yemon Randall, M. H. Splelmann, and Theodore 
Watts-Dunton, writing concerning the publication of articles and 
reviews on the works of Tennyson and rumors of his possible resig- 
nation as poet laureate. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired. 1944, 1952. 

MS62-1414 



Adams, John C 1842-1895. 

Papers, 1792-1899, 1932. 

8 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Indian attorney and agent for the Stockbridge Indians in Wiscon- 
sin. Bulk of the papers relate to the later history of the tribe In 
Wisconsin and the controversy between the so-called "citizen" and 
•Indian'' party factious of the tribe, and particularly to Adams's 
twenty-year struggle beginning In the 1870's to secure national legis- 
lation restoring to tie citizen party the right to live on the reserva- 
tion and to share In tribal funds. Correspondents for these yean 
Include members of Congress, the Indian Commissioner, the Sec- 
retary of the Interior, attorneys in Washington, local Indian agents, 
members of the tribe, the Wisconsin Home Missionary Society, 



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1842-1895. Papers, 1792-1899, 



Adams, John C 

1932. (Continued) 

tanAJon^w ^•nSSW^feir 1 Konk «I>«. Jeremiah SlEgS 
jana,yonn w. Qulnney, and members ol the tribe in New Tori stWto- 

SZ^ I ,S^ ty " *£L* «"■*■ or iA fSftSJJfSt 

eminent (JSS7) ; an abstract of tribal landsat StoesiculL Wfe 
?£? Ul ^Li,? !port °' """Msaloners eteeted "executed la* rf 
JS43; Proceedings of the Stockbrldge naflonal^onncuflsS^T. t 

MS 62-1415 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. 

Papers, 1659-1888. 

ca. 215 Items. 

In University of Virginia Library (6248) 

Author. Correspondence, literary MSS, and other papers (chiefly 
after 1813). The material pertains to Hawthorne's days at the 
customhouse in Boston (1839-40), In the District of Salem and Beverly 
(1847-54), and as consul at Liverpool (1853-60). Includes family 
correspondence and letters to publishers ; a few early papers of Haw- 
thorne's ancestors ; MSS. of A wonder book for girls and boys (1852), 
of the snorter sketches Consular experiences and Jonathan Cllley, and 
of other works; and 43 letters (1863-64) to Francis Bennoch. Other 
correspondents and persons mentioned Include William Cox Bennett, 
Zachariah Burchmore, Lydla T. Fessenden, James T. Fields, Samuel 
G. Goodrich, Boras W. Griswold, Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne, 
Julian Hawthorne, Sophia Amelia Peabody Hawthorne, Una Haw- 
thorne, George S. HlMard, Ethan Allen Hitchcock, George Payne 
Balnsford James, George Parsons Lathrop, Henry W. Longfellow, 
Horace Mann, Horace Mann, Jr., James Miller, John L. O'Snlllvan, 
Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, Franklin Pierce, Stephen Fleasonton, 
Boberts Brothers, George Nicholas Sanders, William Buell Sprague, 
Charles Sumner, Tlcknor and Co., and C W. Webber 

Gift of C. Waller Barrett, 1960. 

MS 62-1416 

Bergen County Historical Society, Eackeneack, N. J. 

Manuscript collection, 18th cent- 

350 folders. 

In Bergen County Historical Society collections (North Hacken- 
sack, N. J.) 

Correspondence, account books, ledgers, deeds, wills, receipts, bma, 
tax lists, and other records and papers, relating to most of the old 
families in Bergen County and some In Rockland County, N 1 In- 
cludes material relating to the following families: Ackerman, Auryan- 
sen, Baldwin, Banta, Bartholf, Blauvelt, Board, Bogert, BrinkerhoS, 
grower, Christie, Cole, Cooper, DeBann, Demarest, Doremus, Durie, 
Haring, Herring, Hogancamp, Hopper, Lozier, Lutklns, Nagle-Naugle, 
Outwater, Parcell, Post, Quackenbush, Romaine-Romeyn, Ryerson, 
TaUman, Terhune, Van Allen, Van Blarcom, Van BnsHrk, Vander- 
oeek, Van Emburgh, Van Gieson, Van Houten, Van Orden, Van Riper, 

Van Scyven, Van Winkle, Voorhes, Vreeland, Wanamaker, Westervelt 
and others. 

Card catalog in the repository. 

Open to Investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift and purchase. 

MS62-1417 

Wright, Silas, 1795-1847. 

Correspondence, 1828-47. 

67 items. 

In St Lawrence University Library. 

Governor of New York, U. S. Representative, and U.--S. Senator. 
Chiefly letters written by Wright to friends and family in Canton, 
N. Y. or to political colleagues and contemporaries, together with a 
few letters received, dealing with personal affairs. Correspondents 
include Erastns Corning, OrrtJle Hungerford, Cornelius Van Wyck 
Lawrence, William Learned Marcy, William Cabell Rives, John Can- 
field Spencer, Abel Parker Upshur, Robert James Walker, Levi Wood- 
bury, and Martin Van Buren. 

MS 62-1418 

Cox, Jacob Dolson, 1828-1900. 
Papers, 1861-98. 
560 Items. 

In Oberlin College Library. 

Lawyer, Union officer. Secretary of the Interior, U. S. Representa- 
tive, and Governor of Ohio. Correspondence, diaries, field dispatch 
and order books, daybooks, and other papers. 
Card index in the library. 

MS 62-1419 



Fussell, Joseph H 1836-1915. 

Papers, 1808-1921. 

ca. 125 items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Attorney, soldier, politician, reformer, and Presbyterian church 
leader, of Maury Co., Tenn. Scrapbooks and pamphlets on the subjects 
of temperance and the Tennessee state debt, together with some let- 
ters, speeches, indentures, and maps. The majority of the Items falls 
within the 1880*8. Letters and speeches (1882-1906) deal with re- 
ligion, temperance, and civic matters. Two scrapbooks relate to Fus- 
sell's participation in the gubernatorial election of 1882 and to his 
temperance activities. Early papers consist of Indentures, mainly of 
the Bledsoe and Porter families, having to do with land transactions 
in Maury County, 1808-50. Includes several unidentified maps of 
towns and villages. 



Unpublished register In the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Fassell, 1922. 



MS 62-1420 



Palmer family. 

Papers, 1764-1857. 

2 ft (ca. 10 Items) 

In New York State Library. 

Chiefly legal and land records relating to the Palmer and Cande 
families. Includes assessment roll (1789) and register of slaves 
(1800-23) of the town of Stillwater, N. Y., maps of lots 7 and 8 of 
Saratoga patent (1838), George Palmer's purchase and Vrooman 
survey of land west of Lake George (1822) 

Descriptive list in the library. 

Purchase. 1953. 

MS 62-1421 

Banyar, Goldsbrow, 1725-1815. 

Papers, 1772-1877. 

ca. 10 ft. 

In New York State Library. 

Colonial official and landowner of New York. Leases, miscellaneous 
land papers, maps, surveys, ledgers, rent and account books, and other 
papers relating chiefly to Banyar's extensive landholdlngs in various 
patents In New York State. 

Gift of W.LLPeltz, 1937. 

MS 62-1422 

Allen, David Home, 1781-1854. 

Papers, 1832-1903. 

10 Items and 1 v. 

In University of Virginia Library (4814) 

Microfilm. 

Farm owner, of Clifton, Clarke Co., Vs. Farm journal, survey, 
family obituaries, genealogical material, and other papers, kept by 
Allen and his son, Edgar Allen. Includes a description of the survey 
of the dividing line between Jefferson and Clarke Counties, and Inven- 
tories of construction costs of houses built for Allen (1833-84) and 
for William Temple (ca. 1830). Other names mentioned Include 
Sarah Griffin AUon, George S. Lane, Jonathan Smith, and Th^man 
Allen TldbalL 

Acquired, 1954. 

MS 62-1423 

Trumbull, John, 1756-1843. 

Papers, 1750-1881. 

ca. 3500 Items. 

In Yale University Library. 

Painter, patriot and business man of Connecticut. Correspond- 
ence, business papers, account books, notebooks, catalogs, and ledgers, 
concerning Trumbull's personal life, painting, business affairs, and 
service to the United States during and after the Revolution. His 
father and brother, the two Jonathan Trumoulls, figure prominently 
In the collection. The material Is related to the IlbraryB SOlIman 
family papers. 

Catalogued individually In the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gifts from 'Tneodore Slzer and members of the R^lmfl" and Trum- 
bull families ; and purchases. 

MS 62-1424 

Davis, John, of Missouri. 

Papers of John Davis and William Colburn, 1838-90. 

9 folders. 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

Accounts, promissory notes, tax receipts, and other papers of two 
men who had real estate holdings In Cass and otiber counties of 
western Missouri. Includes accounts (1853-68) of G. A. Powers and 
A. Bayne, physicians, listing calls and fees, and store accounts listing 
groceries, clothing, household goods, eyeglasses, and caskets. 

Gift of Vance Julian. 

MS 62-1425 



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Smith, William Ephraim, 1829-1890. 

Papers, 1844-82. 

181 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Planter, lawyer, and Representative from Georgia. Mainly per- 
sonal and business correspondence, containing discussions of politics! 
events before, during, and after the Civil War, and reflecting Smith's 
career in the Confederate Congress. A series of Civil War letters 
discuss politics, military events, and economic conditions In the Con- 
federacy. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1958. 

MS 62-1426 

Penn family. 

Papers. 1681-1793. 

7v. 

In American Philosophical Society library. 

Includes 3 volumes of letters and documents of William Penn relat- 
ing to Pennsylvania and New Jersey; his cashbook (1699-1703) : cor- 
respondence of Thomas and Richard Penn with James Hamilton • and 
two lists (1688/8 and 1788-83) of quit rents for the Penn family 
estates near Philadelphia and Lancaster. 

Analyzed Individually In manuscripts catalog of the library Wit 
Mam Penn material is listed, along with others of his papers, in the 
society's Library bulletin (1944) «■»*""»■ "»= 

Gifts. 

MS 62-1427 

Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee, Los Angeles. 

Records, 1942-45. 

ca. 3500 items. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library (107) 

Correspondence, publicity materials, minutes, office memoranda, 
petitions and clippings. Includes Information on the 22 defendants 
(an but one were Mexican-Americans) indicted for the murder of 
Jos6 Diaz In Aug. 1942 ; published and unpublished transcripts of the 
trial In the Superior Court of Los Angeles County In which 12 were 
convicted, and records of the appeal to the District Court of Appeal 
2d Appellate District, where the decisions of the lower court were 
reversed In Oct 1944. Also Includes miscellaneous material on Mex- 
icans in the United States. 

Unpublished register In the library. 

Open to Investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of the Committee, 1945. 

MS 62-1428 

English, Edmund. 

Papers, 1861-66. 

43 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Memoirs of the campaign life of a soldier In the 2d Begt of New 
Jersey Volunteers, kept while serving with the Army of the Potomac 
f?'S! y „ d Sr ing the Penin sular Campaign, together with letters written 
to English's family, and a few military documents. 

Catalog cards In the library. 

Acquired from the Philadelphia Autograph Shop, 1911 

MS 62-1429 

Lake, Delos W 

Letters, 1862-65. 

S3 Items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino Calif. 1 
whn^i 8 ° meT : . Le I. ters '* 1 « en °y **** to members of his family 
SSL^flT 1 m *5? "^ Seet °* Michigan Volunteer Infantry! 
during operations In Kentucky, TenneBsee,^ailwitb. tbeAjmy^tftte 
Cumberland in the Atlanta Campaign! ««v. ««. rae 

Acquired from Leonard Lake, 1942. 

MS 62-1430 

Throop, George Addison, 1810-1849. 

Correspondence, 1803-1939. 
88 Items. 

UrfveSrylrc^es?^ 1 ^' C ° UeCUOn * ^"^ "^ — 
tJf^. 0f ™P ,0< *i w " wtte Deborah Goldsmith, and other mem- 
^,f .? e « T ^ 00p &""£' "ntabung cmnmemsipon a Fourier!* 
colony^ Madiaon Co, N. X, the Mlllerltee. and Uto temperami 

i^S?* OH*** let t£ a were published In Ancestral charts of Georsa 
Addison Throop (lfl84), by Olive Cole Snath. ^^ ueat& 

MS 62-1481 



Smith, Simeon, d. 1884. 

Papers, 1845-82. 

5 boxes. 

In St Lawrence University Library. 

Lawyer, clerk in U. S. Patent Office, and Army officer. Personal 
correspondence, legal papers relating to Smith's law practice in Chat- 
fleld, Minn. (1857-60) , and personal receipts and documents accumu- 
lated after bis retirement to Ogdensburg, N. X. In 1880. The 
Correspondence contains news of friends and family with many 
references to the activities of Preston King, New York State lawyer 
and politician, who employed Smith as a law clerk. Correspondents 
include H. W. Holley, Alex Ramsay, C. E. Ripley, John E. Webster 
William Windom, and Smith's wife Jane Webster Smith, his father 
and brothers, all living In St Lawrence Co., N. T., and other friends 
and family of Ogdensburg, N. T. 

MS 62-1432 

Alley, John. 

Papers, 1890-1940. 

ca. 4 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma. 

«JEl!T" , 5«^ rof 'f 8<, ri ,nd soIdier - Correspondence, research notes, 
author's MSS., and other papers reveal his military Interests. In- 
cludes correspondence with Victor Locke, a Crazy Snake MS Kine- 
flsher College material, and papers of the Dalton family. 

MS 62-1433 

Messersmith, George Strausser, 1883-1960. 
Diplomatic papers, 1932-46. 

ca. 4 1 1 

In University of Delaware Library. 

Foreign service officer. Correspondence, dispatches, and notes for 
JoSST"^ umao ' rx - reflecting his service as consul in Berlin 
^2?- : ^S y J° Dru SW and Austria, 1934; Assistant Secretary 
S. iSj.iHS'"^'' and Arcoassador to Mexico, 1911-42, and Argen- 
tina, 1912-46. Correspondents Include Cornell Hull, Edward Stet- 
tlnins, and Sumner Welles. »■•«*» 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of Mrs Messersmith, 1961 

MS 62-1434 

Alley, Charles. 

Papers, 1861-65. 
246 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Union officer. Correspondence and Civil War diary relating to 
Alley's military career- while serving in Company C, Fifth Iowa 
Cavalry. 

MS 62-1435 

Baldwin family. 

Papers, ca. 1800-85. 

ca. 700 items. 

In University of Michigan Transportation Library 
rJSSSS?° ai SS , { , 7 lettere t0 LoammI Baldwin, Jr., from William 
25525^ f Noi J 01 ^ en « meer . discussing business and engineering 
projects) ; 3 notebooks ; and over 600 drawings and reUted TOnersfo? 

5SS*" ™ "^M"^? Baldwin - Sr.,^nd his fouTlSiTS Z. 
gage* The Jatter Include topographical surveys for rStooadTand 

ST^i ma ^J°S dln ? , of riTers and harb0 « *» o^rnVbridges: 
uSJ^SLS^tS^ "J £L plans; st™*"*! plans for buildings 
iSSS^S^?.**?' L *"£ de9l « ns lm Dl P*. Pomps, and otheTma- 
chinery. Next to the drawings for the Norfolk, Va-fand Chariestown, 

Mass., drydoeks, George Rumford Baldwin's drawings for the Ouebec 
waterworks (1851-65) constitute the largest group among thel^ 
ranged drawings of the collection. 

„ J*^ rata'os m *"« Horary. Also described in Michigan His- 
™rtcanB*cordsSurvey's Guide to manuscript coUections In Michigan, 

Purchase. 

MS62-1436 

Brown, George M 5. 1843. 

Papers, 1859-1901. 
ca. 400 items. 

L» University of Michigan Transportation Library 
Railroad engineer. Correspondence, diaries, and other nanera. 

QSTSStt. ha V«^ tettere ™ Personal l£ers rf thfc^ 
War period, many of them concerning Army life and public events! 

J£^^ DdM f e , re S* es to the nUlroaflland to &own£»Ien£ 
££5F£5 d M , l ll, = nde 73ulmaa Dunn, Daniel a Foster, J. DVHam- 
mond, and Maria H. Young. . i •-»».■ «™u 

Described In Michigan Historical Records Survey's Guide tn mnn. 
script collections in Michigan, v.2 (1842) frW^aa manu- 

Glft of a member of the Brown family, ca. 1920* 

MS 62-1437 



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Morrill, Justin Smith, 1810-1S9S. 
Papers. 1S1-1-1!>37. 
4ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives. 

Statesman and financier. Correspondence, drafts of speeches, nam- 
phlefes and other printed matter, mainly relating to the Civil War and 
Reconstruction, the status of the freed Negro, the tariff and Inter- 
national trade, the passage of the Land grant college art, and other 
public questions; scrapbook containing a photocopy of Morrill's Wan- 
derings and scribbUngs, or A journal of a journey South and West in 
May, June, & July, a. ». 1S41 ; a scrapbook of obituary notices ; a scrap- 
book and other items relating to the 73th anniversary of the Land 
grant college act, 1937 ; and photos, and other personal Items. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Elmer C. Morrill, 1936-47; Walter W. Edwards 1939- 
Mrs. Emma C. Morrill, 1947. 

MS 62-1438 

Bradley, Dan Beach, 1S04-1873. 

Papers, ca. 1800-73. 

ca. 200 items and 25 v. 

In Oberlin College library. 

Minister and medical missionary. Family letters, business corre- 
spondence, and journals (1832-73), relating to Bradley's missionary 
work in SianL Includes a detailed chronology of the mission- com- 
ments on public men and affairs, and social, economic, and political 
matters oT-the country; and journals of Bradley's visits to America 
(1849) and to Amherst, Moulmeln. Penang, and Singapore (1835) 

Partially published In Abstract of the journal of Rev. Dan Beach 
Bradley, it », edited by G. H. Feltus ( 1936) 

Information on literary rights available at the library. 

Gift of Dan Freeman Bradley, 1986; Mrs. Harold A. Bradley, 1959. 

MS 62-1439 

Godbey, Allen Howard, 1864-1048. 

Tapers. 1785-1948. 

5 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical 
Collection (1399) 

Professor and minister. Correspondence, notebooks, scrapbooks, 
writings, and other papers (chiefly after 1900) concerning Godbey's 
scholarly work, his family history, Methodist history, and other mat- 
l ^n Includes financial records of Central College, Fayette, Mo. 
(1900-09), and scattered papers relating to Godbey's father, the Bev 
William Clinton Godbey, and to Methodism In Missouri. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions accepted by the library 

Gift of Mrs. Beulah Godbey Johnson, 1949-58 

MS 62-1440 

Barker, George W 

Business records, 1S42-.W. 



In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Railroad contractor who operated under various firm names mainly 
Barker, Sipperley and Company. Includes Information on business 
methods, stock aud bond operations, transfers of railroad real estate 
and job applicants; material on the firm's connection with the Troy 
and Rutland Railroad Company, New York, which resulted in a law- 
suit for recovery of payment for work done, and on other contracts In 
Ohio and Manitowoc, Wis, where Barker moved in 1855; and letters 
from Richard H. Hoes, a partner, who like Barker came from Vermont 
to Wisconsin. 

MS 62-1441 

Folsom, George, 1S02-1869. 

Papers, 1819-1937. 

ca. 1 ft. 

In New York State Library. 

New York State senator, diplomat, lawyer, librarian and antiquar- 
ian. College notebook (1819-30), attache book (1850-52) while Folsom 
■ was charge d'affaires to the Netherlands, and genealogy of the Stuyve- 
sant family. The attache book contains dispatches relating to Mat- 
thew Perry's expedition to Japan. 

Descriptive list in the library. 

Purchased, 1948. 

MS 62-1442 

Dorrance, Lemuel L 

Papers, 1896-1941. 
24 items and 1 v. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

Businessman and pharmaceutical chemist Caribbean diary, papers 
depicting the early history of the University of Oklahoma, and photos. 

MS 62-1443 



Hinkel, John W collector. 

Hinkel collection, 1894-1908. 

65 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence relating to the "White Caps," a local version of 
the Ku Klux Klan; letters of William a Renfrew ; and No distinc- 
tion of sex In the right to vote, published by the National Woman 
Suffrage Association (1898), aud other pamphlets. 

MS 62-1444 

Hertzog, Ann Brisky. 

Papers, 1904-48. 

2v. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Educator and civic leader. A combination account book, scrap- 
book, and family diary which Includes a description of the mining 
boom in the Wichita Mountains, and minutes of early school board 
meetings Is the Comanche country; and a US. describing pioneer Hfe 

MS 62-1445 

Harbison, Robert B 

Correspondence, 1938-42. 

ca. 3 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Oklahoma state senator. Correspondence (general and legislative) 
relating to the administrations of Ernest W. Marland and Leon C. 
Phillips, economy in the Government, and Oklahoma's role in the 
early days of World War n. 

MS 62-1446 

Blanton, Wyndham Boiling, 1890-1960. 

Papers, 1923-59. 

ca. 300 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Physician. Speeches delivered at the Medical College of Virginia 
and to various medical and patriotic societies; book reviews; and 
genealogical notes, compiled by Charles A. Blanton and Wyndham B. 
Blanton, on the Armistead, Blanton, Brown, Crouch, Friend, GlasseH, 
Mosby, Scott, Stoddert, Storrs, Temple, Trueheart, Walker, and Wal- 
lace families. 

Gift of Mrs. Blanton, 1961. 

MS 62-1447 

Armistead family. 

Papers of the Armistead, Blanton, and Wallace families, 
1827-1919. 

96 Items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence and accounts of Charles James Armistead (25 
Items) and Jesse Scott Armistead (46 items) ; and correspondence, 
diaries, accounts, autograph albums, a commonplace book, a cook- 
book, and an oath of allegiance, of various members of the Armistead 
family of Cumberland County, Va. and allied families. Persons men- 
tioned Include Martha Storrs (Trueheart) Armistead, Elizabeth 
Brown (Wallace) Blanton, Nancy Miller (Armistead) Blanton, 
Archibald Boiling, John Boiling, Charles Bugs, B- F. Lester, Frances 
(Scott) Miller, Gustavus Ober, William Nelson Page, H. M. Smith & 

Co, A. T. Tinsley, Peter Garland Trueheart, Helen Wallace, Eats 
Spotswood Wallace, Mary Ann (Wydown) Wallace, Mary Temple 
Wallace, Thomas P. Wallace, and Walter Bernard Wallace. 
Gift of Mrs. Wyndham B. Blanton, 196X 

MS 62-1448 

Wallace family. 

Papers of the TVallace, Armistead, and Blanton families, 
1790-1911. 

ISO Items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Papers (67 items) of the estate of Michael Wallace of Madison 
County, Va., administered by Andrew Glassell Grinnan; correspond- 
ence (18 items! of Jesxe Scott Armistead concerning his ministry In 
the Presbyterian Church ; and correspondence, accounts, other finan- 
cial records, a scrapbook, Bible records, and other papers, of various 
members of the Armistead, Blanton, Wallace, and allied fnmnica 
Other persons and companies mentioned Include Charles James Arm- 
istead, Martha Storrs (Trueheart) Armistead, Nancy Miller (Arm- 
istead) Blanton, Philip Sonthall Blanton, John Holmes Bocock, Rob- 
ert Lewis Dabney, Johnson l& Wallace drug Sim, A. C. Thorn & co, 
Alexander Henderson Wallace, Elizabeth Brown (Wallace) Wallace, 
Elizabeth Skyring (Crouch) Wallace, Howson Hooe Wallace, John 
Wallace, and Thomas P. Wallace. 

Finding aid In the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Wyndham B. Blanton. 196L 

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Harley, Charles. 

Accounts, 1863-1901. 

296 t. and 93 bundles. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (39A, E) 

Floor, feed, general store, and blacksmith's accounts of a resident 
of Grand Gorge, Delaware Co., N. T. 

MS 62-1450 



Milton, Jefferson Davis, 1861-1947. 

Papers, 1920-30. 

2 boxes. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Army officer and U. S. Deputy Marshal Correspondence of MUton 
and his wife, Mildred Taitt, with the Arizona Pioneers' Historical 
Society relating to his MSS., short stories, personal papers, and Ill- 
ness; and 10 pocket books containing daily records of scouting trips 
made by Milton in Elgin, the Huachuca Mountains, Lochiel, Tomb- 
stone, and Washington Camp. Includes MS. of James Everts Haley's 
book Jeff MUton, a good man with a gun, together with a letter Indi- 
cating that the MS. contains considerably more information relating 
to Milton than appears in the published work. 

MS 62-1451 



Dye, Eva (Emery) J. 1855. 

Correspondence, 1900-03. 

lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Transcripts (typewritten) 

Author. Copies of letters giving genealogical and biographical 
information on Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and other members 
of the transcontinental expedition, received by Mrs. Dye while pre- 
paring her novel, The conquest. 

MS 62-1452 



Bates, William Wallace, 1827-1912. 

Papers, 1857-1912. 

2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Shipbuilder of Manitowoc and Chicago. Ms. of Bates' American 
navigation, the political history of its rise and ruin; muster rolls 
and letters relating to the Civil War ; blueprints, drawings, specifica- 
tions, and plans for vessels; and a few bills and receipts. 

MS 62-1453 



Babcock, Joseph Weeks, 1850-1909. 

Papers, 1864-1916. 

lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Businessman and U. S. Representative from Wisconsin. MaiDly 
family correspondence. Includes letters written by Babcock while 
traveling In Iowa for the Ingram, Kennedy, and Day Lumber Com- 
pany; bills for repairing and furnishing the Babcock house in Ne- 
cedah, Wis., in 1881; letters from Babcock in Europe in 1901 to his 
secretary, Harry W. Barney, and a biographical sketch of Babcock 
by Barney ; letters by the Bon, Charles E. Babcock, from Oberlln and 
Ann Arbor and while traveling abroad In 1891-92; family, social, 
and political correspondence for the years of the Babcocks' residence 
in Washington, D. C., and a small volume containing data on Repub- 
lican district conventions. 

MS 62-1454 



Holway, Hope (Kerr) 1886- 

Papers. 

2 v. and 1 box. 

In Radcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (A-59) 

In part, transcripts made from originals In the Oklahoma His- 
torical Society. 

Teacher, business executive, and author. Copies of letters to Sue 
L. McBeth (1871-72) concerning the Choctaw Indians; copies of 
letters of Cyrus Bylngton; a bibliography of early women teachers 
of the South and West, 1820-65 (1957), biographical material relat- 
ing to Sue L. McBeth, and other papers. 

Unpublished Inventory In the library. 

Acquired 1956-58. 

MS 62-1455 



Immigration Land Company. 

Records, 1898-1951. 

ca. 6 ft. (6500 items) 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence and other records of the Immigration Land Co. 
and the Pine Tree Manufacturing Co. The collection contains in- 
formation on the purchase and sale of timber land, logs and stump- 
age, logging arrangements with contractors, the sale or disposition 
of logging camps and railroad cars, fire hazards, the sale of the 
property of the Northland Pine Co. (1902), abolishment of hospital 
tickets, sale by the V. S. Government of timber on the Red Lake 
Indian Reservation, protests of farmers because of overflowed lands, 
reports 'on water levels, land donations to towns and villages, mineral 
lands, leases, and options, taxation, relations with the U. S. Forest 
Service, game preservations, and sheep grazing during World War i 

Descriptive inventory in the repository. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions accepted by the repository. 

Information on literary rights available In the repository 

Gift of the Weyerhaeuser Co., 1961. 

MS 62-1456 



Hagen, Harold Christian, 1901-1957. 

Papers, 1923-57. 

oa. 19 ft. (20,500 items and 1 v.) 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

IT. S. Representative from Minnesota. Correspondence, chiefly 
between Hagen and his constituents during his tenure of office as 
Representative from Minnesota's 9th Congressional District, together 
with subject files. The correspondence is concerned with many 
phases of American political and economic life and covers such topics 
as agriculture and rural electrification, flood control, conservation, 
postal and civil service affairs, veterans' affairs, Indian problems, 
and the political career of Richard T. Buckler. The subject files 
contain secondary source materials on communism, McCarthyism, 
socialism, the Korean War, medicine, foreign policy, and the Tide- 
lands oil controversy, as well as on the topics covered by the corre- 
spondence. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions accepted by the repository. 
Gift of Mrs. Hagen, 1957-68. 

MS 62-1457 



Brown, David M 6. 1857. 

Correspondence, 1884-1911. 

1500 items and 2 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Farm manager and insurance agent. Correspondence relating 
chiefly to Brown's activities as manager of a 1500 acre farm owned 
by Ames, French and Co. of New Xork, which was located in Carlisle 
Township, Otter Tall Co., Minn. Subjects covered include freight 
rates on wood, butter and cheese, marketing farm produce, the 
purchase of farm machinery and livestock, farm labor, thrashing 
preparation of canned meats, and epidemics among the stock. Other 
correspondence relates to Brown's activities as an agent with the 
Mutual Life Insurance Co., and as chairman of the Otter Tall 
County Republican Committee. The political correspondence is con- 
cerned with the campaigns of Frank H. Eddy, Enute Nelson, and 
WIUlam-D. Washburn. ^ . ' 



Descriptive inventory in the repository. 
Gift of Mrs. Elsie Wright Brown, 1960. 



• MS 62-1458 



Monger, John. 

Accounts, 1806-12. 

lv. 

In Cornell University Library. Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (106) 

Lumber, tannery, farm, and cobbler's accounts, from Warsaw, 
Wyoming Co., N. X. 

MS 62-1459 



Piatt, Chester C 

Papers, 1873-1934. 

8377 items and 24 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (195) 

Papers reflecting Piatt's activities as an operator of a drugstore In 
LudlowvIHe and Ithaca, N. X., as proprietor of the Ithaca democrat 
the Batavia times, and the Wisconsin leader, as secretary to Governor 
William Sulzer, as a prominent figure In Democratic state and na- 
tional politics from 1910-20, and as a leader in the Unitarian Church 
and in local government. 

MS 62-1460 



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Northrup family. 

Papers, 1831-83. 

Un've££ ArS?^™^ ° MMm ° f * e #° D * Hhte * and 

mJ?S™TC^r n t n P ^£r Dnte,a,on8Wlthtaxassess - 

MS 62-1461 



Starret family. 

Papers, 1790-1933. 
575 items. 

U n i™Si™ e I l rcwiS r fl%, LibrarJ '' ° OUeCti0n ° f R ^ 0M1 *«««* ™* 
Correspondence, business papers, original Military Tract land 

STiSiSlSSSS SL * J* of I812 and clTn * ar ^ ™ 

MS 62-1462 

Hathaway family. 

Papers, 1827-1910. 

214 items. 

UniveS™ A r ^ieH&, ) Llbrarr - C ° 1,eCti0n ° f "■■""I H *<«^ *nd 
n„lif tte 7 "," papers of Henr y B - Hathaway and other members of a 
u^SZ ?T". y '^IS* ^ in t ec °I*™nce, abolition^ ultMta who 
lived mainly in Watkins Glen, Schuyler Co., N. T. """""""n. wn 9 

MS 62-1463 

Babcock, Willard F 

Papers, 1860-95. 
8 iteuis and 17 v. 

UniveS™l'r5,ives r (k , | r 7, Ln,rarr ' ^^^ °< Reglonal H1 ^ — 
Businessman of Camden. Oneida On w v r>.™« j 

MS 62-1464 

Fulton, John Farquhar, 1899-1960 
Papers, 1880-1954. 
ca.Sft (3500 Items) 
InMinnesota Historical Society collections. 

■'■^P^SSSL^J^^h. °% rbon "V** of aUrfes *"* "J 

t-k » i. -""Jr *. together with a lew papers of Fulton's father 

SSeE^SSJSJT Sr ' Tf ,a, « 0£ "^Ponden^ papeTfn 
medical subjects, and a memorial to him. The diaries crredM«<]<»i 
information on Fulton's academic work at Oxford am? Yah? ?££ ™ 
and seminars, administrative dutles^oclal U? resea^h Snd wSJES? 
a biography of Harvey W. Cnshlne Fulton'^ vlewT^S?^: !}?*• 

velt, American foreign policy, Fulton's work ta WorldWar iTSs 
SSS."!.? 6 - 1 !'!^ 1 DefeDSe Medical Committee, and other organ- 

S^^nSSiSUS * mlUxUDe for M ° " ,d °*«* - 4 

Descriptive inventory In the repository 

Ppento investigators under restricUons accepted by the repository 

r?f^M°V? k Utera o r V lghts "liable at the njorito^ 
Gift of Mrs. Richard Belf , 1955. ' 

MS 62-1465 

Kinney, Jay P 1875_ 

Papers, 1910-41. 
ca. 3 ft. (1000 items) 
In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

HI*™". L K^otf^nn^h^n^de^ °ls &JJ2 

mlP 2?R-^?? 4es "^noatlon on allotments of lands to ladtans 
5£&r^raL a %o^^^^ t ^u?S u S 

Indta, toward the^wmlS pe«t°™^ WmU1 ' "* atHtnde9 « *• 

?S C Ti p « Te T? TCnt0r7 ta ^ repository. 
Gift of Mr. Kinney, 1957. 

MS 62-1466 



Drinkall, Thomas O 

Papers, 1864-65. 

40 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Papers of Lt. Drinkall, Co. H, 3d Wisconsin Cavalry, consisting of 
routine material concerning stores, muster rolls, orders, and equip- 
ment 

MS 62-1467 



Marcham, Frederick George, 1898- 
Correspondence, 1944. 
119 items. 

ArcWvSTS ) nnlrere " 7 Wmar ' to***™ <* B^tonal History and 
in SS^'-P"*™ ^ £ eWB tetters to Oornen University alumni 
SearSlf o'Sra S t.oS rId W " * t ° e ^ ^ "■"- ^^SS 

MS 62-1466 



Rawhngs, Marjorie (Einnan) 1896-1953. 

Papers, 1916-53. 

ca. 300 items. 

In University of Florida Libraries. 

^Ittf"*! ^f^P* 8 (typewritten), photocopies (positive), and 
microfilm (negative) ^^^ '' 

i 1 H^£l? 10 , r .J 3orr ^ >0 J? den< S "ctaoUng over 200 letters from Maxwell 
Evans Perkins, S3 from Slgrtd Undset, 25 from Archibald Josenh 
Cronin, 43 from James Branch Cabell, and othera; early drafnTof 

5£2£ ^SlLS! > ^\ r aixi J^ ±SB i^ ^ s anjI tWHtnm copies of 
Jetterecoliected by^ Mrs. Bawllngs for a projected biography of Slen 
Glasgow; scrapbooks, .newspaper clippings, and photos. Sulk of ma- 
terial covers the period 1980-63. 

Index. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gifts of Mrs. Bawllngs, Norton Baskln, the BawlingB estate, and 
other Individuals and Institutions, MS0- 

MS 62-1469 



Crane, Zebnlon, 1787-1848. 

Papers, 1782-1871. 

ca. 2 ft . 

In New York State Library. 

Blacksmith, of Southeast, N. T. Correspondence, texts and Be*- 
mons. daybook, account book (1853-55) of law cases and expenses 
of E. D. Loverldge, lawyer, of Cuba, N. X, and minutes of a meeting 
of the town of North Salem, Westchester Co, N. T. (Apr. 1, 1T88) 

Purchased. 1940. ■ ' 

MS62-1470 



Batcheller, George Sherman, 1836-1908. 

Papers, 1807-1943. 

12 ft. 

In New York State Library. 

Union Army officer, politician, and diplomat Correspondence, ac- 
count books, speeches, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, photos, and 
other papers, chiefly relating to Batcheller's work as U. S. Jute in 
the International Tribunal for Legal Administration of Egypt (18TO- 
SiSr J , ' and " PnsioUng officer at the Universal Postal Congress 
«^^^;>«o, nclod / s, famUy letters - lettere on the Fenian raids, (June 
e-10, 1866), and material relating to the Civil War and Postal Union. 

Descriptive list in the library. ««•»■. 

Gift of the Katherine Batcheller estate, 1943. 

MS 62-1471 



McCormick, Robert. 

Papers on The American stranger, 1954-59. 

ca. 2 ft. ^ 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Correspondence, research notes, scripts, transcripts of interviews, 
and printed material, gathered in the development and telecasting of 
the program The American stranger, In Nov. 1958, concerning condi- 
tions on certain Indian reservations, and Government policies toward 

Unpublished inventory in the repository 
Gift of Mr. McCormick. 1959. 

MS 62-1472 



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Winn, David Read Evans, 1831-1863. 

Correspondence, 1861-63. 

ca. €0 items. 

In Emory University Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Physician and Confederate officer. Includes 52 letters, almost an 
of them from Win a to his wife, Frances; a photo, of Winn, and a 
folder of copies of the letters and of a few other papers on his mili- 
tary service. The letters contain accounts of the Battles of Malvern 
Hill, Fredericksburg, and Cnancellorsvllle, and other aspects of cam- 
paigns In Virginia. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Dean F. Winn and others, 1961 

MS 63-1473 

Singleton, Richard. 

Papers, 1782-1868. 

403 items. 

In Duke University library. 

Bevolutionary officer and planter, of Sumter Co., S. C. Correspond- 
ence and plantation accounts (chiefly 1791-1844). Correspondent! 
Include Abraham Van Bum, Angelica Singleton Van Buren, and 
Martin Van Baren. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1988-57. 

MS 62-1474 

U. S. Bureau of Indian, Affairs. 

Correspondence with the Washington Superintendency, 
1862-74. 

365 Items. 

In Washington State Library. 

Includes letters, telegrams, form letters, executive orders, and 
printed circulars, from the Commissioners of Indian Affairs to the 
Washington Territory Superintendents of Indian Affairs, concerning 
est ablishmen t, enlargement, and Improvement of Indian reservations; 
reports and accounts of Washington Superintendents and agents; ap- 
pointment of superintendents, agents, and other personnel ; and claims 
for payment of employees, settlers, and people who furnished services 
for the Indians. The material bulks largest about 1872-74. Com- 
missioners and acting commissioners originating correspondence are 
H. R. Chim, Dennis N. Cooley, William P. Dole, Charles B. Mix, E]*S. 
Parker, and Francis A. Walker. Superintendents receiving letters 
are Marshall Blinn, Calvin H. Hale, Thomas J. McKenny, Itobert 
Huston Mllroy, and William H. Waterman. 

MS 62-1475 

Philadelphia. Temple University. Library. 

Manuscripts relating to business and economic history, 
1378-1S73. 

ca. 300 Items and 50 v. 

In Temple University Library. 

Accounts, letters, deeds, contracts, government documents, works 
on economic theory, and other papers, mainly European. The Ameri- 
can materials Include, among other things, business records (1807-73) 
of Richard Ashhurst & Sons, Philadelphia, and 3 wastebooks, a mem- 
orandum book, and ledgers (1849-83) of John Sloane Brooke of West 
Chester, Pa. European papers' pertaining to American history in- 
clude an 18th century Spanish document on Nueva EspaBa and orien- 
tal trade, and a report (1702-07) of the British Board of Trade. 

Described In Temple University Library bulletin, v 1 no 4 (Jan. 
1950), v. 2, no. 1 (Hay 1054) and v. 2, no. 3 (Jan. 1060) 

MS 62-1476 

Berry, William Aylor, 1915- 

Papers, 1941-50. 

80 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten)' 

Judge. Speeches, radio announcements, press releases, and other 
personal and political papers chiefly relating to Berry's candidacy 
for Congress from Oklahoma's Fifth District (1950), and 3 scrap- 
books, one of which Includes Information and photos pertaining to 
his experiences as a prisoner of the Japanese during World War n. 

MS 62-1477 

Lasker, Bruno, 1880- 
Papers, ca. 1923-51. 
15 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Social worker and author. Notebooks, and MSS. and printed ver- 
sions of Lasker's speeches, articles, and reports, dealing chiefly with 
social problems, and reflecting Lasker's association with The Inquiry 
and with the Institute of Pacific Relations. 

MS 62-1478 



Deane, Silas, 1737-1789. 

Papers. 174t)-1842. 

ca. 3 ft. (ca. 15O0 items) 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Member of Continental Congress, diplomat Letters, letter books, 
diaries, accounts, bills, and receipts, mainly of the period 1770-89. 
Correspondents Include Edward Bancroft, Caron de Beaumarchals, 
William Bingham, William Carmichael, Robert Morris, John Ross, 
and Gurdon SaltonstalL 

Part of the collection has been published in Collections of the 
Connecticut Historical Society, v. 2 and 23, and In Collections of the 
New York Historical Society, v. 19-23. Unpublished MSS. described 
In card catalog In the repository. 

In part, gift of the heirs of Mrs. Isabella G. Thomas, 1937. 

MS 62-1479 



Miner family. 

Papers, 1672-1846. 

ca. 75 items. 

In Stonington (Conn.) Historical Society Library. 

In part, photocopy. 

Includes autographs of Thomas Miner (b. 1808), and his son 
Joseph (b. 1644) ; letters, accounts, and other papers of Nathaniel 
Miner (b. 1732) ; two family letters of William Miner, brother of 
Nathaniel; a letter (1761) from James Miner from Barbadoes con- 
cerning his capture by a French privateer, his escape, and subsequent 
capture by the snip Collquex ; a family Bible, a heraldic essay on the 
surname Miner, and family ledgers (1785-1810) . Others represented 
In the papers are Clement, Daniel Saxton, Ephralm, John, and Bos- 
well Miner. Material Is related to the library's Denison and Chese- 
brongh family collections, and to Its whaling collection. 

Catalog in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of descendants of the Miner family. 

MS 62-1480 

James, John Hough, 1800-1881. 

Papers, 1815-81. 

4 ft. (ca. 100 Items) 

In Cincinnati Public Library. 

Lawyer, State senator, banker, and businessman, of Urbana, Ohio. 
Correspondence, account books, drafts of speeches, newspaper articles, 
and other papers, chiefly pertaining to James, as a banker, but includ- 
ing information on his political, legal, and business activities. In- 
cludes 12 account books of the Urbana Banking Co., correspondence 
with the Urbana Banking Co. and the Urbana and Champaign Mutual 
Life Insurance Co., and material concerning James' wife and children 
and the family prosperity at Marblehead, Ohio. Other persons repre- 
sented in the collection include John William Allen, Joseph Anderson, 
Jacob Burnet, Benjamin Drake, Thomas Swing, Patrick Gaines Goode, 
and Charles Pinckney James. 

Unpublished calendar in the library. 

Gift, 1960. 

MS 62-1481 

M'Conaughy, David, 1823-1902. 

Papers. 

lft. 

In Adams County Historical Society collections (Gettysburg, Pa.) 

Transcripts. 

Attorney. Includes claims papers and pension papers from the 
Revolutionary War, War of 1812, and Civil War, relating to Adams 
County, Pa. 

Gift, 1943. 

MS 62-1482 



Van der Kemp, Francis Adrian, 1752-1829. 
Papers, 1788-1829. 

10 v. 

In Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society collections {Hnffalo. 
N. Y.) 

Scholar and author. Correspondence, an autobiography, memoir on 
the use of copper by the Greeks, researches on Button's and Jefferson's 
theories in natural history, an address and funeral sermon, diplomas, 
commissions, and other papers. Includes a volume on the Dutch 
Symposium ("Symposium uticense"), and a volume on a tour of the 
Hudson River to Lake Ontario. Correspondents Include John Adams, 
John Quincy Adams, Aaron Burr, DeWitt Clinton, George Clinton, 
John Jay, Thomas Jefferson (13 letters), Tobias Lear, Robert B. Liv- 
ingston, ..Tnsiah Quincy, Philip Schuyler, and James Wadsworth. 

Tour of the Hudson River to Lake Ontario Is published in Publica- 
tions of the Buffalo Historical Society, v. 2, p. 33-116. Letters from 
Thomas Jefferson are published In the Publications, v. 7, p. 1-32. 

Gift of Mrs. Pauline E. Henry, ca. 1874. 

MS 62-1483 



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Stonington Historical Society. 

"Whaling, shipping papers, ships logs, 1782-1851 

ca. DO items. 

In Stonington (Conn.) Historical Society Library 

In part transcript (typewritten) 
„ lM P, (1833-37) of the ship Blackstone; wages book of the sloon 
ST'nSf S SSf (1783) : letters and blUs f « teSaSi ThoopMlT^ 
SiU,?^ 1 ? 1 aC TS5 wtth <roners o' the^pOoaitt andX 
S2S. < SSf lne .J ,,fl Emmetinl <1820) ; Samuel Bunch's ledger "ac! 
counts with workers on boats" (18U-27) ; checks to captatoTas^ 
61) ; various papers of Jonathan Waldron, dealer In hoonsmchTas? 
^ ' £?* i ther **»**■ ^P 8 -"^tloBedlncSdf the o^Bersftte 
ship Blackstone, schooner Breakwater, sloop Chiit aloVoSJt <te 

balSuilZj 2 ^ 7 ' ""*£ FeUowea . '1«>P Franklin, brig Friendship, 
S SSS,. , t} oon ?JS n ** "teaaw Idas, sehoonW P^gulE 

Catalog in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions 

Girts. 

MS 62-1484 

Kress, Albert Leland. 

Pipers of A. L. Kress and Paul J. Gordon, 1950-51. 

aoS NeW T ° rk St8te Sch001 of Indnsnlal «»« Labor Relations collec- 

Preliminary drafts of Kress' work, A manual of salarv and warn 

SttKSSLff 80 ' and * Panl J Goon's toprovlng^rfent^s 
through improved personnel administration (1951) v""™ 1 "»™ 

MS 62-1485 

Jackson, Andrew, Pret. V. S., 1767-1845 
Papers. 1788-1961. 
ca. 315 items. 

In Hermitage (Tenn.) collections. 
fS,JS^E anscripts («W*»»»tten) and photocopies. 

^i?us d ^<^dl t ^^^rorSVS 
£i"^ Tl £- Haley ' s M<rant6 « In^tryTHawito^O^'m^an? 
tte appointment of Andrew Jackson as Judsemt thesS^JSnJ^ 

Sc^S^e^ll^ksfTj^^^S 
™* ** letters (1789-1845) by Jackson, 5 letters (1852-63) by 

MS 63-1486 

Robinson, Charles, 1818-1894. 

Papers, 1836-1909. 

435 items and 6 scrapbooks. 

In University of Kansas Library. 

First governor of the State of Kansas. Correspondence, documents, 
^ Kt ^f- 1 ^ m 5' "* £ e V* 10 * M54 " 61 ' "*** Bobtason was resi- 
SfL*^ 6 ? 4 for tte New England Emigrant Aid Company and Free- 
State leader ; items on the founding of the University ofKansas ; later 
letters from Mrs. Bobinson to Prof. F. W. Blackmar, biographer of 
%?%££, ^""S! " i,"?? BCTS I*«>ks made by Mrs. Bobinson contain- 
ing clippings aboutBoblnson, j. H. Lane, John Brown, and other men 
prominent in early Kansas history. 

™.M??^ 11 ? h SL c ^ endarl11 toe Horary. Some of the items have heen 
*ffi???f p w e R I ?H Char,es BoKinson, by F. W^XaTflSK? 
Gift of F. W. Blackmar, executor of the Bobinson estate, 1929. 

MS 62-4487 

Works, John Downey, 1847-1928. 
Papers, 1906-28. 

ca. 2 ft. (1100 items) 

In Stanford University Library. 

Lawyer, Judge, and U. S. Senator from California. Correspond- 
S?fV? < ?! cript ? f Works ' «nemolrs (relating especially to his years In 
the U.S. Senate) , articles, speeches, scrapbook of newspaper dippings. 
JJfi? c ??• J n< ?? a «s "rrespondence relating to Works' electionto 
the US. Senate (1911) , to the publication of his books and to his rela- 
B^S ^Vtl?^ £ < £ rist ' s<aenHs t Correspondents include 
fSSSSi "v?"^ ^ oh 5. W - Halves, Bobert M. LaFollette, Neale 
Publishing Co, Charles G. Patton, and William Howard Taft 

Unpublished finding aid in the library 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of Lewis B. Works, ca. 1930-31. 

MS 62-1488 



Robson, John N 

Business records, 1852-1923. 

1060 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Fertilizer agent, of Charleston, S. a Correspondence and business 
papers, chiefly relating to credit Bales of fertilizer to cotton farmers 
(1870's). Includes letters referring to the Patrons of Husbandry 
movement in the Lancaster Co, S C area. 

Card index In the library. 

Acquired, 1942. 

MS 62-1489 



General Economy, Northampton Co., Pa. 

Records, 1750-7L 

80 ft 

In Moravian Archives (Bethlehem, Pa.) 

Accounts of the farms, forests, dairy, orchards, stage coach, ferry 
store, taverns, and schools, together with business records of the tot- 
lowing occupations: apothecary and surgeon, baker, blacksmith, brick 
and tile maker, cloth weaver, cobbler, cooper, distiller and dyer 
foundry operator, fuller, grlstmiUer, gunstock maker, hatter lock- 
smith, mason, millwright, oil miner, pewterer, potter, naOsmlth. sad- 
dler, saddletree maker, sawmill operator, silversmith, skinner soap 
maker, stocking weaver, tailor, tanner, tawer, turner, wagon builder, 
and wheelwright. Some of the records extend beyond the cessation of 
the Economy in 1782. Material is related to the repository's records of 
the Moravian congregation In Bethlehem, Pa. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions of the repository 

Information on literary rights available In the repository. 

MS 62-1490 



Friends, Society of. 

Miscellaneous meeting records, 1671- 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore Colieee. 

In part, photocopies and microfilm. 
«Jf^HSlS^ J^owledgements, birth records, death and burial rec 
r^n^Sf* 68 ,'? «T«*»tt°<"s objection, removal, flsowmnent. and 
£?£?H. on) ' epteaes (otner *""> Snarly meeanTentotSTtoa rf 

Gift and purchase. 

MS 62-1491 



Fuller, J R 1840-1910? 

Papers, 1858-69. 
ca. 230 items. 
^Jn University of Kansas City Library, Snyder Collection of Ameri- 

«» B 5!!£L mlnl 23; 5 Mlsso < Ir »- Correspondence; a journal (1882- 
67) concerning Fullert pastorates In Kansas City, Including accounte 
SLrt^L* 8 * ^epopies and funeral services he performed; along 
with a paper on Fnller by Jeff Hamilton, a student Mthe^verslr? 
from materials In the collection. university, 

MS 62-1492 



Reach, Kenneth, 1905- 
Papers, 1950-53. 
2 boxes. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor BelaHons col- 
lections. 

^Cnlverstty professor. Correspondence, course materials, and test 
results of the Institute of Industrial Relations conducted for Bigelow 
Sanford Co., and a scrapbook of the Hotel Statler training course? 

MS 62-1498 



Hodges, George, 1856-1919. 
Journals and sermons. 
4 ft and 32 v. 

In Episcopal Theological School Library (Cambridge, Haas.) 
Protestant Episcopal clergyman. Journals (1881-1907) relate to 
Hodges^ life in Pittsburgh (1881-94), Europe (1890), England (1880- 
92, 1901), Cambridge (1894-1907), and California (i«K) ^^^ 
Most of the sermons have appeared in book form. 

MS 62-1494 ibt 



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Hillhouse family. 

Papers, 1648-1938. 

ca. 18,000 items. 

In Yale University Library. 

Correspondence, generally devoted to family matters, of James 
Hillhouse, 1754-1832, and many others ; account books of several mem- 
bers of toe family, including James Abraham Hillhouse ; 5 letter books 
(1882-1906) and legal papers of James Hillhouse, 1854-1938; and a 
letter book each of HUdegarde Speyers Hillhouse and Henry Living- 
ston Bogers. 

Unpublished register In the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. HUdegarde Speyers Hillhouse and George Dudley 
Seymour, 1939-43. 

MS 62-1495 

Thompson, Sarah E 

Correspondence, 1855-1904. 

137 items. 

In Duke UniTersity Library. 

Federal spy. Civil War nurse, and Government worker. Letters 
giving an account of-how Mrs. Thompson furnished General Alvan 
Cullem G litem the information which led to the attack on the com- 
mand of General John H. Morgan at Greenville, Tens, in which the 
latter was killed; testimonials of Mrs. Thompson's services to the 
Federal Government; recommendations for Federal jobs; letters in- 
dicating the poverty in which she lived after her marriage to Orville 
J. Bacon of Broome Co., N. Y„ in January, 1866, and her belief that 
the Government should reward her with a lucrative position in pay- 
ment for her services and the services of her first husband, Sylvanus 

H. Thompson, of Co. 1, 1st Regt. Tennessee Cavalry, who was shot as a 
spy after his capture by Morgan's men ; and letters describing Mrs. 
Thompson's services as a nurse In Federal hospitals and as a lecturer 
in behalf of charitable activities for Union soldiers. 

Card index in the library. Also described in Guide to the manu- 
script collections In the Duke University Library, by N. M. TUley and 
N. L. Goodwin (1947) p. 232. 

Acquired, 1938. 

MS 62-1496 

Howe, Orlando Cutter, 1824-1899. 

Papers, 1848-1900. 

230 items. 

In Iowa State Dept. of History and Archives collections. 

Lawyer, Judge, Army officer, and professor. Correspondence of 
Howe with his wife, Maria Wheelock Howe, and others, and other 
papers, relating to the settlement of Newton and Spirit Lake, Iowa, 
the Spirit Lake Massacre, life in Kansas, Howe's Civil War expe- 
riences in Missouri and Arkansas, the Des Moines Blver land grant, 
and other subjects. 

Some of the correspondnce (1855-64) was published In Annals of 
Iowa, series 3, v. 19, no. 8-6 (1934) p. 163-186, 267-311, 323-351. and 
406-448. 

Gift of Evelyn Howe Porter, 1933. 

MS 62-1497 

U. S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Iowa Superintendencv. 
Records, 1841-45. 
ca. 100 Items. 

In Iowa State Dept. of History and Archives collections. 
Correspondence of John Chambers, Governor of Iowa Territory, re- 
lating to his ex officio duties as Superintendent of Indian Affairs. 
Includes a letter to J. C. Spencer. 
Finding aid in the repository. 
Deposited by the U. S. Government 

MS 62-1498 

Street, Joseph Montfort, 1782-1840. 

Papers, 1827-40. 

ca. 400 items. 

In Iowa State Dept. of History and Archives collections. 

Editor and Indian agent. Correspondence of Street as an Indian 
agent in Wisconsin and Iowa, annotated by his sons, William Street 
and A. B. Street; abstracts; and other papers. 

Finding aid in the repository. 

Gift of Ida M. Street 1910. 

MS 62-1499 

Moore, Meredith Tarlton, 1827-1915! 

Papers, 1906-08. 

1 folder. 

In University of Kansas City Library, Snyder Collection of 
Americana. 

Notes from interviews with Moore, a veteran of the Mexican War 
and native Missourlan who made several trips to California, the 
first in 1849. Notes telling of bis experiences, together with a 
letter to William Elsy Connelley on his recollections. 

MS 62-1500 



International Longshoremen's Association. New York Dis- 
trict Council. 

Records, 1955-56. 

lbox. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Correspondence, hearings, newspaper clippings, and other material 
relating to negotiations for n new agreement with the New York 
Shipping Association, and to the Council's opposition to the employ- 
ment stabilization program of the Waterfront Commission of New 
York Harbor. 

Gift of Nicholas Kisberg. 

MS 62-1501 

Nutt, Bauer, 1810 (ca.)-1864. 

Papers, 1846-1911. 

722 items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Planter, of Natchez, Miss. Plantation Journal and other papers 
(chiefly 1853-60), mostly relating to the management of Nutfs land 
and slave holdings In Mississippi and Louisiana. Includes papers 
concerning the construction and furnishing of Longwood, Nutfs house 
at Natchez, which was designed by Samuel Sloan of Philadelphia 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1951. 

MS 62-1502 

Mathews, Rena, 1874- 

Papers, 1902-32. 

50 items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Correspondence, MS. entitled The dalm of being a western pioneer 
1902-1932, with accompanying photo, albums, and pictures of Yaqui 
Indians and revolutions In Mexico. 

MS 62-1503 



Forbes, Rose Dabney Malcolm. 

Papers, 1914-20. 

4ft. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College, Peace Col- 
lection. 

Pacifist leader. Reports of committee activities, scrapboots, press 
releases, posters, fliers, gummed stickers, card signs, membership 
buttons, and printed material, accumulated by Mrs. Forbes as writer 
speaker, and president of the League for Permanent Peace (earlier 
known as the Massachusetts State Branch of the Woman's Peace 
Party). Contains material relating to the peace activities of other 
groups, including the Massachusetts Peace Society 

Deposited by Mis. Forbes. 

MS 62-i504 



Sumner, George, 1817-1868. 

Mailliard family collection; papers of George Sumner and 
Joseph Bonaparte, 1785-1860. 

1200 items. 

In Yale University Library. 

Correspondence of George Sumner consists of letters of statesmen, 
historians, and artists of France, England, and America, including 
Thomas A. Edison, William E. Gladstone, Edward S. Gould, Washing- 
ton Irving, Ernest W. Longfellow, Henry W. Longfellow, George Pea- 
body, William H. Prescott, Alexis de Toequevine, Oscar Wilde, and 
Robert C Winthrop. The Bonaparte papers, concerning Joseph Bona- 
parte and other members of the Bonaparte family, inclnde personal 
correspondence. Journals, diaries, record books, business papers, and 
materials dealing with the settlement of the estate of Joseph Bona- 
parte. Louis Mailliard, executor of the estate, kept many of the 
records. Additional papers include materials relating to the home in 
Bordentown, New Jersey, where the Bonapartes settled In America. 

Unpublished register In the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gift of J. Wurd Mailliard, Jr., 1953. 

MS 62-1505 

Spanish Refugee Relief Campaign. 

Records, 1935-40. 

ca. 100 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence, official reports, pamphlets, broadsides, publicity 
material, and other records of the Spanish Refugee Belief Campaign 
and its predecessors, the Medical Bureau to Aid Spanish Democracy 
and the North American Committee to Aid Spanish Democracy. ' 

MS 62-1506 



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1885?- 



coUector. 



Turtle, James Madison, 1823-1892 
Papers, 1861-64. 

4 It:'n«s and 1 T 

printed material ^^ Correspondence, commissions, and 

Gift of Joel Tnttte. 

MS 62-1507 

Scott, Robert Taylor, 1834-1897 
Papers, 1889-93. 
42 items. 

^^?' nl f S MotleaX Soe'ety collections. 

I«^rSSiJ£^SSS. tt iSt CorresponoenceandmemoraWlla. The 

J.rTtto^ey^TerTo^mrr^^^^ '^^^ 
Include Robert T. Barton. Lafdon Carter &liw ) T^ r £ s £? ndent8 
Charles Minor Blackfor& Georee w«^J!^ ^ , ,. ,0M S? v - B '«600d. 

?^e«%^^&^-^^^^oS 
,v»u«sr. janney, Horace W. Jones, Linden Kent William 

Poland . Jame?yS^Sshafia- ffteP&,ri S 
James Henry Rives, Clyde rwit^m^^Z^y "ckett, J. T. Preston, 
Cooke Smart, JnSn ^l» f^D w«i?S?'^ an,es a Sinner, Flora 
Grooms & Noble, ^tchnSJi * Xbon '* S P ' Wallace . ">« 

Gift of John A. C. Keith, 1861. 

MS 62-1508 

Lynn, John E 

Railroadiana. 
4 fitinj cabinet drawers, 
^n University of Kansas city Library, Snyder Collection of Amerl- 

general agent, passengeraeoartrS^f 2 ^£? ** I ^ m - who ™ 
Qulncy Kallria^^Ssc^ 1 ?^ 4 SJ2S ^"^ Burlington and 
dated 1881-1803. aau5aB clty - Mo - Includes ca. 30 clergy pennita, 
Gift of Mr. Lynn, 196a 

MS 62-1509 

Allen, William Francis, 1830-1889 
Papers, 1788, 1824-1920. 
lbox. 

£ p^SSX 80 *" 7 " Wlsc0nsln coUectloaa - 

University ofWsaK^ * anClent: ten « na 8es and history at the 

MS 62-1510 

AMrich, Charles, 1828-I90a 
Personal papers, 
ca. 15 items and 9 v 

£ SZg&SF °' »"*«* «* *"**« collections. 
aoe^d!Su&\ 30 c^f^. aI ' doniIUu,1< «^ Correspondence, 
ceived CttrSwa^^SaTSLDr^S reCor<1 book <^Scle7^ 
Dept of History and^SSvesl iSct,^?^* * <* "* Iow * Sta te 
missions, and oth™ p^e^ ^nc^^ 1 S^ ap ?S™^ ohers - «"" 
sympathy upon the deattaS *5E5.. _2/ < $! me of Jette *s (1892) of 
and^a coVyTalerS to Mr^ttt? M^i™*""" **»<* 
lated to the reBosltorr's am*,* S^L?? ers - The material Is re- 

*1££H£^£*%S£^ ooDertI ° n - **> * ^ 

Inpartgiftof Mr.Aldrich. ^™ p """- 

MS 62-1511 

O'Neal, John W C 6. i82 L 

Papers, 1852-97. 

SatsSts^dwKr 1 ***** C0DeCtl0n * <« 3 ^'^ *>•> 
Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

MS 62-1512 



Caudron, Theophile. 

Scrapbook, 1912-52. 

1 v. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 

MS 62-1513 

Bixby, George Stephenson, J. i860 
Papers, 1872-1935. 
IB ft. 
In New Tork State Library. 

Descriptive list In the library. 

Gift of the Alexander 0. Flick estate, 1949. 

MS 62-1514 

Nelson, Jake. 

Papers, ca. 1880-92. 
2 Items. 

Mem^fof^TSS,.? 8 ^!^ Soctety ejections (Roseau, Mlm) 

Sa7bL£^ "" tater »«^ I* Wa «amlly to toRed Lato 
^JW rears in Roseau Valley was printed In the Roseau time. 

MS 62-1515 

Clayton, Sir Robert, 1629-1707. 
Papers^ I579r-l744. 
ca. 5 ft (ca. 3000 items) 
In University of Illinois Library 

Index of personal names. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions 

Purchased from Ulchelmore & Co, 1953. 

MS 62-1516 

Eershner, Edward. 

Papers, 1861-1902. 

375 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Naval physician. Correspondence, orders, sick renorta h~m».i 
supply reports, Inventories of medictaesi^othaTriraWc^SSiSJ 
Kershner's career in the Navy. Includes a^M^S^f^f 
criticism of the Navy's attack on C^Je^^u^onosed^^LiS 

Acquired, 1951-5T. 

MS 62-1517 

Brown, Phillip. 

Papers, 1893-1932. 

10 ft 

^University of Oklahoma Library 

MS 62-1518 

Buffington, Thomas M 6 1855 

Papers, 1887-99. 
620 items. 

to University of Oklahoma Library 
cJZSSSL Ch,ef S f ** Ofce"** Nation and Mayor of Vinira. Okta. 

MS 62-1518 



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Wittenmeyer, Annie (Turner) 1827-1900. 
Civil War correspondence, 1861-65. 

iJ'lowa State Dept. of History and Archives collections. 

CiTil War norse, and temperance leader. 

Gift of Mrs. Wittenmeyer, 18987 ^ fr]a) 



Dutton, Jerome, 1826-1893. 
Papers, ca. 1826-ca, 1901. 

ca. 20 items and 10 v. „ ... 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
B^essman, farmer, and local official. Business and Personal 
corre^noence (1865-1901), 7 diaries (1850-69), memorandum books, 
.'SSSgSTdeea., abstracts, receipts, land patents, coromlsstons, 
certificates, inemorabilla (1826-30), and other papers. Eludes a 
mtte com^pondence, an autograph album, and certificates of Dut- 
ton's wife, Cellnda Parker Dutton. 
Finding aid In the repository. 
Glftof Claude W. Dutton, 1809; Bessie Dutton Murray, 1M4. 

Mo 62-1521 



Whitehome, J E 

Letters, 1861-65. 

40 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Confederate soldier. Letters of Whltehorne to bis family while 
serving in Co. P of the 12th Virginia Infantry during the Civil War. 
Gift of Mrs. J. G. Mayas, ca. 1952. MS62-1522 



Busby, Orel, 1890- 

Papers, 1916-50. 

4 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Judge. Correspondence, campaign and general speeches including 
4 reels of recorded political speeches (1942), newspaper clippings, 
and other papers relating to Federal judgeship matters and to Busby's 
services as a member of the Oklahoma Council of Defense and the 
Oklahoma University Board of Begems. Includes political corre- 
spondence pertaining to Busbys tenure as Judge of Pontotoc Co, 
Okla, Judge of the 7th District, associate Justice of the Oklahoma 
Supreme Court, and his candidacy for the U. S. Senate (1942) 

MS 62-1523 



Crank, James FBmore. 

Papers, 1880-1902. 

450 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Businessman of Pasadena. Calif. Family and business papers, 
chiefly relating to the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Railroad Co. 
Includes papers dealing with the San Pasqual Ranch and the Azusa 
Land and Water Co. 

Inventory of the collection in the library. 

Acquired from MllredM Crank. 1935-36. 

MS 62-1524 



Respess, Isaiah. 

Papers, 1787-1887. 

ca. 1000 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Lumber dealer, of Washington, N. C Business correspondence, 
accounts, shipping bills, and other material (chiefly 1840-70), con- 
cerning Respess' business, bis sympathy to the Union during the 
Civil War, and other matters. 

Card Index In the library. 

Acquired. 1983. 

MS 62-1525 



Maclay, Charles, 1822-1890. 

Papers, 1841-1922. 

ca. 850 items. 

In Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, Calif.) 

Methodist missionary and member of the California Legislature- 
Includes material on the Central and Southern Pacific Railroads and 
on Maclay*s holdings In San Francisco and the Rancho Ex-Mission 
de San Fernando. 

Summary report and catalog cards In the library. 

Gift of Catherine Dace, 1988-88. 

MS 62-1526 



Mathewson, Edward Payson, 1864-1948. 
Papers, 1915-35. 

100 items. ,_. .. , 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Arte.) 

Metallurgist and city official of Tucson, Ariz. Correspondence, 

reprints of articles and newspapers, programs, and photos, of mines 

and mining equipment. Includes blueprints for the United Verde 

Ower0B - MS 62-1527 

Agricultural campaign literature of the presidential elec- 
tions of 1928 and 1936. 
2 v 

In University of Missouri Library, Western Historical Manuscripts 
Collection. 

A display of agricultural campaign literature, including newspaper 
and magazine advertisements and campaign pamphlets. One voL, 
entitled Equity for agriculture: an advertising ca mp ai gn for Gov- 
ernor Smith (1928), was compiled by Ferry-Hanly, Chicago; the other 
voL, entitled Agriculture in the 1936 presidential election, was compiled 
by Crltchfield and Co., Chicago. Includes statistics on distribution. 

Deposited by Chester C. Davis. MS 62-1528 



Committee for the Relief of East Tennessee. 

Records, 1864-65. 

8 v 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Letter books and minutes. 



MS 62-1529 



Boyer, David. 

Papers, 1892-1933. 

323 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Member of the Oklahoma State Legislature. Political correspond- 
ence, a list of standing committees, a copy of Rules of 10th Legisla- 
ture of Oklahoma (1925) , and a copy of House rules and Joint rules of 
Legislative Assembly of Territory of Oklahoma. 
^^ MS 62-1530 



Boydston, Sam M d. 1927. 

Papers, 1900-27. 
294 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Labor leader of Oklahoma. Correspondence, ledger kept by Boyds- 
ton while district official of the United Mine Workers of America, 
District 21, and flies of mining reports relating to the early day coal 
fields. 

MS 62-1531 

Cummins (John) and Company. 

Correspondence, 1800-12. 

90 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Letters addressed to John Cummins and Co, merchants of Duck 
Creek and Smyrna, Delaware, dealing mainly In wheat, flour, and 
corn, lumber and dry goods. A few letters are addressed to George 
Keanard, apparently a business connection of the Ann. The letter! 
are for 2 brief periods, April, 1800, and September, 1812. 

Presented by James P. Faries, 1861. ,„„ „ „„ 

MS 62-1532 

Child Care Center Parents Association of New York. 

Records, 1947-54. 

2 boxes. " 

In Radcliffe College Library, Women's Archives (B-21) 
Correspondence, minutes, statements, programs of the association 
and of child care centers, newsletters, bulletins, and news clippings, 
used by Edythe Lotzker, president of the Association, during cam- 
paigns to continue New York City appropriations, and to win State 
and national support, for centers to care for children of working 

MS 62-1533 



Code, Marion Osborne Graves, d. 1955. 

Papers, 1953-55. 

lbox. 

In Badcllfte College Library, Women's Archives (A-108) 

Correspondence and a Journal describing travels and social work 
In India, Including material on the philosophy and customs of the 
country, and on Marlon Code's Initial enthuslam and final dlssatlsfac- 
tlon with them. MS 62-1534 



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Tivo Institute for Jewish Research. 

Vilna collection, 18th cent-1940 
ca. 150 ft " 

i? jfi« J nsti ' n j e * or Je^st Research Library. 
In part, transcripts. * 

Jewish Ministry In Lithuania, material on the Jewish l»w m™». 

^^red from Jewish Institutions In VilnaTd other cities. 

MS 62-1535 
LiTie, WUhelm, 1808-1872. 
Papers, 1842-65. 
65 items. 

in °™'!? >r ?i! H * to I»»l Institute collections ( St Lonis) 
*^%&£?T^j*« 0C ° Dlta - — ^aWorigtaals In 

JJnpnbUshed Index In the repository 

Open to Investigators under restrictions of the repository 

SK t p£ < £ie. teRay "*"" maMe to °» »**** 

MS 62-1536 

59 items. 

tojf^iaffistorlcaj Society conecUona. 

wmdemMaoTD^eidton^n^SS? %* ««n»uajIoiier, concerning 
landowners m CtaSSd cL^ln «^£*Ji? lc ? mo,,d ^^ 
opment of tb« Ja^^^ ^ Ta ' to order to ae « nlIe J" 1 * &r *rol- 
Qlft'ofMr.DlggB.iflSL - 

MS 62-1537 

Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889. 
Papers, 1847-89. 
ca. 50 items. 
InChlcago Historical Society library 

Thomas ^WattsT ^CSTm^^ B " *?■ John *• Magruder. and 
OldrlS. 3j£j Lee ttems ■» ^temporary transcripts.' 

MS 62-1536 
Gregg, David L 

Papers, 1850-68. 
28v. 

Qpento tavestlgatorsuntoin>rary re^erloS * 
Information on literary rights available in thelibrary 

Haw«T n f?^ 2 f ^L?fJ? ls ^ rtcal C«™l"«on of the Territory of 
Hawaii r toHBZ. where the coUectlon had been deposited by David £ 

MS 62-1539 



Norton, Sylvester H 

Correspondence, 1862-82. 
1 reel of microfilm (68 items) 
In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

maEfiZSVSg** "■* *~ orl8lnato ta *• P" 8 ^"" «* 
wi,^^ S, 7 " ^flefen written by Norton (a member of Co. F 
5tt Beg^^consto Vototters) to his wife, or to hluTWtalrner 
nSwlS, ^JZ ^L^f* Wwoosin Volunteers). Joel's letters 
(^i^^wnttai from Friars Point, Miss., Helena, Art. a^mp 
near vickstrarg. Miss, several camps In Louisiana, and "Pmk CsnSi " 

SS-T'S? ££ ofllcers - "»P Ufe. f ooo, foragmg o7thTconnSSaA 
^^Z^^if*^^™"* 8 "- «««»»• SylvesSTet 
ters (1864-65), written from Toledo, Ohio, and from Sickles Barracks 

^S^i^ exa, i! ria i ■*Si. wta » ^ was eonfined with nineas, contain 

£fd£s d^^^rnT* "^WKS! 
Descriptive Inventory in the repository. 
Gift of William Olson, 1981, ^~"™ *• 

MS 62-1540 



Lorimer, George Horace, 1868-1937. 

Papers; Adelaide TV. Neall section, 1908-47 
180 items and 2 v. ' v/ °^"- 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Ktean by prominent contributors, and an^S^notoTrf ^ito 

S^ a Der? Bl^ Sg^ ^S^"* * ^^ThonMs^er! 
rwT<55S Jl 85 ^? r f2 lai,n e Brush, Pearl S. Buck, Charles Frauds 
Ooe, Calvin Coolidge, Charles Curtis, Mary CarollnebMtaTM.2nS 
' Wade Deland, William James D^I^^Sia^^^Sf 
inanx Edmonds, F. Scott ntagera^Arttatt^utteSa^ jJ^^. 
man Han. Corra M. Harris, J^HelgesKloWermwIel 
Emerson Hough, Edgar Watson Howe, Harold I* Iekes. NmnJml 
Johnson, Clarence Budlngton Kelland, Wl£ani Henry SSumsTS 
ner, Bose Wilder Lane. Bing w. I^er^dalr^wlsTjota »££ 

Presented by Mr. and Mrs. Graeme Lorimer, I860. 

MS 62-1541 



American Colonization Society. 

Records, 1820-58. 

ca. 110 items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library 

MS 62-1542 



Stabler, Edward, 1794-1883, collector. 
Reaper history, 1833-55, 1895. 

1 v. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library 
In part, transcripts 
^J"?"* 001 ' witn <»- 65 Items of correspondence, printed material 

Cyrus ^SSS^SS""^^ "****^ 8£%££?2* 
>jyrus H. McCormick over the invention of and the nato n VV„. 7H 
reaper, tacluding many testimonials prSsmg Hussct 5?^ 

Unpublished guide In the library 
Gift of Edward Stabler, Jr., 1903. 

MS 62-1543 



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Bibb, William Emmet, 1848-1910. 

Papers, 1846-1920. 

10 ft. 

In University of Virginia Library ( 4171) 

Lawyer, businessman, and State senator, of Albemarle and Louisa 
Counties, Va. Correspondence and other papers, chiefly concerning 
Bibb's law practice and business activities, especially real estate de- 
velopment and mineral speculation companies. Includes correspond- 
ence pertaining to Virginia and Louisa Co. politics, and records of the 
Mineral City Mining, Manufacturing, and Land Company of Mineral, 
Va. Correspondents include Edgar Allan, A. Blair Antrim, Philip 
Pendleton Barbour, Manly H. Barnes, Terry Berry, James E. Bibb, 
Angus B. Blakey, Bichard E. Boykln, A. Caperton Braxton, Joseph 
Bntton, Bichard Cardwell, Hill Carter, James B. Caton, J. B. Crank, 
John W. Daniel, J- Singleton Dlggs, Paul Edmunds, J. Taylor EUyson, 
Horace M. Engle, Henry D. Flood, S. Bassett French, Bichard Frost, 
William A. Glasgow, W. S. Gooch, Charles Goodloe, Armlstead 
Churchill Gordon, Beuben Lindsay Gordon, Jackson Guy, Thomas J. 
Harrison, Ernest Hoen, Henry W. Holt. Jededlah Hotchkiss, Eppa 
Hunton, William A Jones, George B. Keezell, Bichard Ker, A. E. 
King, W. E. Leake, W. H, F. Lee,W-illiam A. Little, Jr, J. B. McCabe, 
William B. Mcllwaine, William Mahone, James Mann, William H. 
Mann, Leonard Marbnry, John G. May, C. V. Meredith, John B. Moon, 
Bobert F. Moss, George A. Mushback, Bosewell Page, Everett Perkins, 
George Perkins, B. B. Powell, A. G. Pretlow, C. J. Bixey, Jr., John 
Franklin Bixey, B. Carter Scott, George Scott Shackleford, Frederick 

W. Sims, Rudolph Samuel Turk, J. Hoge Tyler, Lyon Gardiner Tyler, 
Edmund Waddell, Jr., John F. Walker, Stafford Gorman Whittle, 
Henry Tnvlor Wickham, Micajah Woods, and William M. Yager. 
Gift, 1958. 

MS62-1544 

Johnston, Mary, 1670-1936. 

Papers. 1898-1936. 

12 it. 14000 items) 

In University of Virginia Library (3DSS) 

Author and suffragette. Correspondence, diaries (1907-15), ac- 
counts, speeches, and other papers, concerning Miss Johnston's liter- 
ary pursuits and her advocacy of women's suffrage. The correspond- 
ence with her publishers and agents concerns book and article titles, 
contracts, royalties; public taste, criticism of her work, and motion 
picture and dramatic rights. Includes MSS. and galley proofs of 
Audrey (1902), Lewis Band (1908), The far country (unfinished and 
unpublished), and others. Other correspondence and speeches con- 
cern her activities with various organizations on behalf of women's 
rights. Correspondents Include Viola Allen, Archer Anderson, String- 
fellow Barr, Ernest Boddington, Edward Bok, Van Wyck Brooks, 
John Stewart Bryan, Strutters Burt, Richard E. Byrd, James Branch 
Cabell. Stuart Chase, Rebecca Harding Davis. Margaret Deland, Theo- 
dore Dreiser, Max Eastman, John H. Finley, Zona Gale, Ellen Glas- 
gow, Arnfistead C. Gordon. Jr., James A Harrison, Archibald Hender- 
son, Burton J. Hendrlck, Basil King, J. Krishnamurti, Otto Kyllmau, 
Fola La Follette, Ben Lindsey, Cary McCormick, Marian McDowell, 
Margaret Meredith, Wyndham Meredith, John C. Metcalf, Nannie 
Minor, John T. Morgan, Alfred B. Orage, Thomas Nelson Page, Mr. 
and Mrs. Walter Hlnes Page, Albert Blgelow Paine, Bliss Perry, 
Ernest Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pryor, Paul B. Reynolds, Eleanor 
Bobson, Anna Eatherine Green Bohles, Ellery Sedgwick, Anna 

Howard Shaw. May Sinclair, Bay Costello Strachy, Alice Tyler, 
Edward Valentine, Henry Van Dyke, James Southall Wilson, Walter 
White, Ellen C. Whitney, N. C. Wyeth, Elinor Wylie, and Stark Young. 
Deposit, 1950. 

MS 62-1545 

Pulliam, B G 

Business records, 1801-80. 

415 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Merchant, of Leasburg, Caswell Co., N. C. Correspondence and 
other papers of Pulliam and of H. T. Connally, -also a merchant of 
Leasburg. Many of the letters are from fertilizer companies. Cor- 
respondents and persons and firms mentioned include Allison and 
Addison, Lpwis Burwell, William H. Ollbam, \. B Newman, South- 
ern Fertilizinscompany.and Zell Fertilizer Company 

Card index In tne library. 

Acquired, 1940. 

MS 62-1546 

Gage, Matilda (Joslyn) 1826-1898. 

Papers, 1850-1900. 

5 folders and 1 microfilm. 

In Radeliffe College Library, Women's Archives. 

In part, microfilm. 

Beformer. Correspondence, speeches, articles, and biographical 
material, concerning equal rights, the position of women, and the 
science of numbers. Correspondents Include Susan B. Anthony, 
Lncretla Mott, Lucy Stone, and Matthew Vassar. 

Acquired, 1956. 

MS 62-1547 



Pennsylvania. Historical Society. - 

Genealogical materials. 

ca. 100 items, ca. 35 v., 7 booklets, and 3 charts. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

In part, transcripts and photocopies. 

Genealogies, genealogical notes, wills, deeds, marriage certificates, 
letters, business papers, indentures, clippings, minutes of Quaker 
meetings, charts, coats of arms, other papers and documents, draw- 
ings, and photos. Includes a fragmentary history of the College of 
New Jersey. Contains material on the AUston, Bagnall, Baldwin, 
Beales,. Beatty, Bellanger, Bellinger, Bernlngton, Boker, Brlgga, 
Brooke, Clayton, Clinton, Conklin, Cooper, Cresson, Croasoale, 
Cunyngham, Dale, Dallas, Davies, De la Plalne, Detnrk, Dutton, 
Dyer, Edwards, Ellis, Elliott, Findlay, Fltz Randolph, Folger, For- 
man, (Falrman, Furman) Glbbes, Gorham, Goverts, Granville, Hard- 
ing, Hare, Hart, Hasell, Howell, Hunt, Hutchinson, Jervls, Jessup, 
Jones, Kelm. Kelly, Keyser, Kirk, Klttera, Lawrence, Llpplncott, Me- 
Canless. McSeale, McNeil, Maxwell, Merrlt, MIckle, Middleton, Mif- 
flin, Miller, Moore, Nevlns, Piatt, Pleasants, Potts, Powel, Reeve, 
Bernlngton, Boberdean, Sands, Sandwith, Sayre, Scull, Seeley, 
Shower, Smith, Smythe, Snowden, Somers, Starr, Strickland, Taylor, 
Thomas, Thompson, Todd, Tritea, Van Horn, Van Wyck, Wade, Wal- 
ter, Washington. Watson, Williams, Wilson, Wynkoop, and other 
families. 

Separately described in Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1949) 

Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-1548 



West Virginia. University. 

Business records collected by the University, 1795-1940. 

ca. 135 items, ca. 20 v., 2 boxesi 1 bundle, 2 folders, and 6 rolls of 
microfilm. 

In West Virginia University Library (63, 119, 180, 312, 372, 415, 
416, 480, 535, 550, 60S, 650, 654. 678. 679, 688, 705, 713, 788, 801, 888. 
838, 846, 854, 864, 894, 982, 1001, 1029, 1051 ) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Ledgers, account books, daybooks, journal, minutes, casebook, 
deeds, reports, survey book, photos., clippings, a few letters, and re- 
lated printed matter. Persons and Institutions represented are 
James Byrnside, who operated a general store at Peterstown; the 
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company; A. B. Clark, who kept a 
general store; E. B, Henry, and B. H. Demaln, contractors, of Mor- 
gantown ; the Donnally and Steele Kanawha Salt Works ; a general 
store, near Falrvlew; William Hall, of Egypt; Henry Hammett, cabi- 
net and coffin maker of Parkersburg; Joseph Harman, who ran a 
general store at Petersburg; Jordan Harrison, of Sklmino, York Co., 
Va. ; Samuel Harrison, who had an inn and a cooperage business; the 
Talbott House of St George, owned by W. B. Jenkins & Brother; 
Richard and Samuel McClure, general merchants, of Wheeling; the 
Mannington Times ; Mountain Lake and Salt Sulphur Springs Turn- 
pike Company, and Salt Sulphur Springs Road; Bobert T. Moore, 
retail merchant of Wellsburg; the Morgantown Bridge Company; 
Julius G. Muhleman, who had a manufacturing firm In Buck HID 
Bottom, Ohio ; various steamboat companies operating on the Ohio 
river; G. W. Orr & Son, who owned and operated the Henry D. Fort- 

ney Grain & Feed Mill, at Independence; John C. Palmer, attorney of 
Wellsburg; W. J. Cox and A. M. Jackson, physicians at Knob Fork 
and Porter Falls, Wetzel County; the Red Sulphur Hotel, owned by 
Hunter & Company; Sebastian Behm, a physician of Mason Co., 
W. Va. and Pomeroy, Ohio; a tailor, in Morgantown; William 
Thomas, who owned a general store and grist mill at Blacksvllle; 
the United States Leather company, of Marllnton; J. W. Vandiver, a 
dealer in agricultural Implements at Burlington ; and the West Vir- 
ginia Pulp and Paper Company. Includes a narrative of the Bates 
and Harrison families; observations on Indians; 23 issues of several 
newspapers published in Marion County; and a survey book of Phfl- 
llp Lybrook, of Giles County, Va. 

Indexed in part. .,:...». 

Described separately in Guide to manuscripts and archives In the 
West Yireinla collection, by Charles Shetler (1S58) 

MS 62-1549 



Pringle, James Reid. 

Business correspondence, 1840-84. 

320 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Commission merchant, of Charleston. S. C. Correspondence relat- 
ing to Pringle's business operations. Much ox" the material Is from 
the Civil War years and concerns economic conditions, uncertainty 
of rail transportation, tne scarcity of horses, mules, wagons, and 
sacks for shipping rice, and other matters. Correspondents include 
Benjamin Huger, F. W. Pickens, and P. C. J. Weston. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired, 1938. 

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Kyle, Absalom Arthur, 1818-1885. 

Papers, 1847-1902. 

100 items. 

In University of Tennessee Library 
H„^^'^L£ 0rre8 E 0,,dence ' acconnt bo*** <* Kyle and his son 
colt Court of Tennessee, and other papers, mostly related (bKtw. 
work as state attorney of the First c£St aYr^^S^pervtoS 
of Banks, and as U. S. Direct Tax Commissioner forTtameffletT^ 

Open to investigators under library restrictions/^ ^^^ Wt 

^formation on literary rights available In the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Hugh Kyle. 

MS 62-1551 



Rutledge, John, 1766-1819. 

Papers, 1760-1862. 

117 items and 2 v. 

In Duke University Library 

State legislator, militia officer, and U. S. BepresentaHve from Sooth 
Caroltaa. Correspondency travel journals (1787-89), and other 
papers, centered around Butledge>s life and career. The material re- 
JEflSaSS" 7 *?!L b S? 1 5 e 5 ""P"* Thomas Jefferson's Interest In 
the ratification of the U. S. ConsBtntlon by North Carolina, Butledge's 
marriage to Sarah Motte Smith, the education of their ^o^enTlaiid 
1 E!!2!^J 1 £j5*T Ba ? aaD ' laa POlltital conditions In Sweden. The 
v2Sf*^ f i?" ,a !! 4 *2L Wp to J£°"Pe contain travel directions pre- 
SS^-f^JSS«r. T1 !S2 a8 Jeffe ™? n ' «»« toelooe Information on 
^™ ewpooMto France, descriptions of the British Parliament 
andofEngland, France, and Italy, and Impressions of prominent 

^Correspondents Include Jonathan Bryan, Charles Cadogan, Charles 
Drayton, Thomas Jefferson, Countess de Litta of Milan, Charles 
V°? s ^S 1 / m< 5 ney ' Edward Butledge, Elizabeth Grimke Butledge, 
John Butledge, Sr., States Butledge, Benjamin Tallmadee, Petit de 
Vmers, and Oliver Wofcott. ^^ «■«■««<=, «w oe 

Card Index In the library. Also described In Guide to the manu- 
script collections In the Duke University Library, by N. M. Tilley and 

N .-iti 3oo ^7 in ( ,^ 7) - ^"Oally published In Journal of Southern 
history, v. 12, no. 1 (Feb. IMS) 

MS 62-1552 



Raddiffe College. "Women's Archives. 

Miscellaneous manuscript collections, 1806- 

ca. 800 Items. ' 

In BadcUffe College Library, Women's Archives. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten), photocopies, and microfilm. 
-™™£ e i ,pon 5i? ce : aiaTi ? i - Journals, reminiscences, speeches, articles, 
SS£^K 0bltnar,es ' other prtnted naterlal, biographical sketches, 
Ef^ISJJr *****: an<1 Pictures, concerning achievements of women 
to government service, medicine and nursing, journalism, and other 
S?L L." 1 ? eoneantoS equal rights, suffrage, education, family 
2ffi*£l*»/ nd ?25? sn i > J ec ™- Persons names include Beatrice 
?*££*• J*?* ^SF Heard, Harriet Beden, Caroline Browne 
Lawrence BedingeivTherese Bonney, Mrs. Morgan Brooks, Katharine 
Kennedy Brown, Eunice Callender, Roberta Church, Elizabeth Law- 
rence Clarke, Sarah Nordiffe Qeghorn, Frances Greeley Curtis, 

SSrS < 5?». McC S2! : ^ < S 8h,nan - """y He,en Dntton. Jean Wood 
S2f ' £ a 2 e „ K ?? er GaUI *>n, Alice Gerstenberg, Stella Goostray, 
K^Jf"; "ffF? Polne "y Hamlin, Harriet Louise Hardy 
§Z j£££^j£!? ia ,S??S n ' EUen stnr 8 i « Hooper, Dorothy Deemer 
Houghton, M^orle Child Husted, Mary Pillsbury Lord, Agnes Winl- 
SSL"^? 8 ^' *$"*%. Thomas Metealf, Helen Morton, Mary 
vZSF&ZSF^L £?J 5< ? e !j ,riest ' 6race Rl<*art«on, Frances 
752h5%!5?' L 2S W i? stebb ™s, Anna Boynton Thompson, and 
Adeline Dutton Train Whitney. 
Finding aid in the library. 

MS 62-1553 



Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Collections of business papers, 1648-1915. 

ca. 115 Items, ca. 60 v„ l package, and 2 folders. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

In part, photocopies. 

■Account books, daybook, memorandum books, bankbook, ledgers. 
22KL bc ?5 ""^"^fl? estate8 ' wlUs ' deeds : surve^TpIansTtond 
jecords; and court dockets, records of lawsuits, and other legal 

?£%L, S?" d !Li? w ^ 0Slc ?. notes - * oems ' »»*=■ records tf 
■peecnes, and a commonplace book. The bulk of the material Is of 

2£ ^SH"?^ !^" Pa 2° ns P rtn »'fly concerned with the materials 
SM^^SL^ n ', SMert Aehton; Blchard Backhouse, JMuah 
B^win, David Bentley, Mathlas Benzlnger. Judith Bogert, George 
Bond, Phlneas Bond, Ettas Boudlnot, Bobert Brook, Bo^r BraolpV 



John Brown (7), Edward Burd, Samuel Worcester Butler, Thomas 
Butler; John Cadwalader. Benjamin C. Calhoun, William Masters 
Camac, Isaac Collins, Porter F. Cope, J. F. Cottrell ; William David- 
son, Herbert Dupny; Esher family. Henry Ewlng; Joseph Fearon, 
Isaac Franks; James Gibbons; Thomas Hale, Bobert Harper Wil- 
liam Harrison, John Hatktnson, John Hugh; David Jones,' John 
Jones, Jr. ; Joseph Klapp, Charles de Krafft; William A. Lee, Edward 
Lynch; Archibald McCan, Thomas McEnen; David Meed, Richard 
Merriam, James Monroe, Samuel Moore, William Moore, Deborah 
Morris, Abraham Morhouse, Andrew Y. Morhouse; Samuel Neave- 
Louls L'Orrange; William Penn, John Phillips, Edmund Physick- 
Mary BIcketts, Margaret Roberts, Thomas Roberts m, E. W. RobUV 

son; Benjamin Say, Joseph H. SlddeL Amos Stiles, Mrs. W S. Suck- 
ton, Amos StretteU, John Swift, John Cleves Symmes; Charles Thom- 
son, Mary Tyndale; Cornelius Vanhorne, Margarita Van Varick, 
Charles Vollmer ; Henry Whales, J. G. Williamson, John Wilson ; and 
someone named Buchanan. 

Separately described In Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1948) 

Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-1554 



Hawaii. University, Jlonolulu. Library. 

Diaries and logs relating to Hawaii, 1786-1883. 

lft. 

In University of Hawaii Library, Hawaiian and Pacific collection. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies (negative) from 
originals mainly in the University of California Library and the 
British Museum. 

Includes a diary (1832-85) of Francis T. Bishop, surgeon on the 
British whaling vessel Recovery; journal (1833-42) of Milo Calkin 
sailor and U. S. Consul at Lahalna, Maui; diary (1872-73) of Daniel 
B. Foster, together with a portfolio of 17 Hawaiian photos. ; logbook 
(1786^87) of the ship King George, commanded by Nathaniel Port- 
lock; journal (1824-26) of Elisha Loomia, missionary and printer- 
journal (1848-76) of Theodoras B. M. Mason, naval lieutenant serving 
on the U. S. flagship Pensaeola; journal (1794-83) of the proceedings 
of the Chatham, by Peter Paget, lieutenant in the Royal Navy ; reports 
(1816-18) from Leontil Hagenmelster, Yegor Scheffer, and Aleksandr 
Baranov of the Russian-American Company of Alaska (in transla- 
tion) ; and diaries (v. 1-9 of the Bungalow series, 1882-83) of the 
author Charles Warren Stoddard. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift and purchase, 1936-56. 

MS 62-1555 



Baraga, Friedrich, Bp., 1797-1868. 

Papers, mainly 19th cent 

52ft. 

In Bishop Baraga Association collections (Marquette, Mich.) 

In part, transcripts, photocopies, and microfilm. 

Roman Catholic missionary and first bishop of Marquette, Mich. 
Letters, diaries, notes, and documents written by and to Baraga ; 
documents that substantiate his writings ; reports of Indian agents, 
school records, ship manifests, business and other documents to re- 
construct conditions in the period of Baraga's episcopate (1853-68), 
American Fur Company records, Barbeau papers, archives of the 
Leopoldlne Foundation and the Ludwig Mission Society, complete 
Paris-Lyons archives of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 
a collection of photos, showing clergy and scenes of the Upper Penin- 
sula mainly from 1865 to 1920 (the Bezek collection) ; photocopies of 
entries dealing with North America from the Roman archives of the 
Congregation of the Propaganda; and the Jacker papers (ca. 500 
items). Contains reference to most of the important or active figures 
of the period In the Upper Peninsula. 

Partial index in the repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

MS 62-1556 



Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Correspondence collections, 1688-1917. 

ca. 440 items, 15 v, 1 box, and 1 folder. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

In part, transcripts. 

Names prominently associated with the correspondence are John 
Barcla y, William Becket, Biddie family, William Blackmore, John 
Brown, James Burns, Marmaduke Burrough ; John Christopher Fred- 
erick Cammerhoff, Josephine Carr, Andrew Clow, Cope family, William 
Crammond, Crispin family, Robert Cummlng; John David, Henry 
Drinker, Dubois family; Jesse Duncan Elliot, Jasper Swing, Swing 
family; Samuel Fox, Rebecca Franks; James M. Greene; John Bttn- 
rlch; Samuel Jackson, Abel James, Robert Jones, Thomas Jones; 
David Lewis, Owen Lewis, William Lewis, William A. Lewis, James 



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Correspondence col- 



Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

lections, 1688-1917. (Continued) 

Logan; Samuel R Marshall, Paul Methuen; Abraham S. Patterson, 
Joseph Storm Patterson, Patterson family, William A Patton ; Hugh 
Boberts, John Roberts, Katherine Roberts, Rebecca Robinson ; E. G. 
Shewkirk, James Stanhope, Frederics William Ton Steuben, Strobing 
family ; John Thomas, Sarah Thompson, William Till, Charles Towns- 
hend, Ernest T. Trigg, James Trimble ; Robert Walpole, Samuel Wols- 
perger, John Wynne, Oven Wynne, Thomas Wynne; and Nicholas 
Lewis Ton Zlnzecdorf. The bunt of the material Is from the 18th and 
early 19th centuries. A few of the Items are in German. Includes 
ship orders and regulations, marriage certificates, a deed, a common- 
place book, genealogical notes, a scrapbook, bins, accounts, and a 
religions tract (in Latin) 

Separately described in Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1949) 
Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-1557 



Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Diaries and journals, 1684-1930. 

ca, 145 t. and 1 package. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

In part, transcripts and photocopies. 

Chiefly journals of travel and diaries kept during military or naval 
service, with some diaries devoted primarily to business affairs, pro- 
fessional matters, religion, and farming. Approximately h«if the 
material dates from the period preceding and during the American 
Revolution ; a substantial amount pertains to the first half of the 19th 
cent, and a much smaller amount to the period during and following 
the CM] War. Some of the material is in French or German. The 
diarists are James Allen, John W. AUoway, Charles D. AppeL L. P. 
Ashmead, Samuel John Atlee; Rhoda Barber, William Begg, Richard 
Bell, Henry B. Benners, James Blddle, Edmund W. Bosnaffon, John 
Boyer, Elijah Brown, Jr.; Robert Carr, James Craft, John Elliott 
Cresson, George Croghan ; George Mifflin Dallas, John Davis, Jonathan 
Dickinson, Robert Dickson, Daniel Dobber, Daniel Dougherty, Joseph 
Heatly Dulles, Dussault, Dyers; Ebenezer Elmer, Daniel H. Emerson, 
Comte D'Estalng; William Feltman, W. W. Feltus, Joshua F. Fisher, 
Samuel FothergUI; Edward Garrigues, James Gibbons, James Gibson, 
Thomas Gist, John W. Godfrey, Edward Goodfellow, D. W. Graphy; 
George M. Harris, John H. Hawkins, Andrew Hesselins, Captain 
Hewitt, Gerard T. Hopkins, Thomas Hopkins ; Abel James, John Jen- 
nings, William Jennlson, Anna G. Johnson, Jesse Johnson; James 
Kenny, John Kreitzer ; Thomas D. Lewis, Peter Llndstrom, George 
V. Z. Long, Benjamin Loxley, Edward Lyons; James M McGown, 
John McMillan ; Lizzie Marchand, Samuel Masson, Benjamin Mifflin, 
John Morgan, Susanna Morris. A, Myers; George Nelson; Richard 
CBryen, Joseph Oxley ; Anne F. Page, William Page, James P. Parker, 
John Parrlsh, Robert Patterson, Mary Pearsall, James W Penny- 
packer, William Percy, Samuel H. Perkins, Zebuloo M. Pike, August 
Pleasanton, Benjamin Pomroy, Christian F. Post, John Price; James 
w. Queen; Isaac Roach, Thomas Rodney, John Both, Martha Routt; 
S. Schulllng, William Seymour, Mary Shackleton, John Sharpe, John 
Shaw, Franklin Shoemaker, R C. Shreve, Sarah F Smiley James 
Sproat, Thomas Sullivan; William Trent, Hector Tyndale; John Van 
Ethan ; Christopher L. Ward, Immannel H. Warrington, WOllam Wat- 
son, Robert Willis, Isaac J. Wbtar, Sarah Wlster, Samuel W Wood- 
nouse; and Sergeant Young. There are also 12 diaries and journals 
whose authors are not named. 

Separately described In Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1S49) 
Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-1556 

West Virginia. University. 

Diaries and journals, 1763-1877. 

ca. 15 items, 6 v., and 8 rolls of microfilm. 

In West Virginia University Library (4, 48, 58, 98, 158, 230, 232, 
325, 430, 436, 441, 566, 598, 637, 718, 772, 796, 798, 815, 824, 826, 922, 
943,974,1030) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Chiefly In the period of the Civil War, but mostly non-military. 
Contains information on social iife, travel, war experiences church 
activities, economics, and farming. The diarists, are Michael A. 
Ayers, Robert Ayres, TJz Barns, Henry Bedinger, Lewis Francisco 
William M. Goudy, Luther Haymond, Clara Hough, John B Mc- 
Cormick, Sarah Morgan McKown, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, 
Edward Evans Parrish, Job W. Parsons, Thomas P. Ray William 
Reynolds, Lawrence Sherwood, Edward Stephenson, John D. Sutton, 
William Underwood, and Henry Dans Ward. Includes the diary of 
an unknown Confederate soldier, an orderly book of the Continental 
Army, and a few ietters by John, Edward, and James M. Stephenson. 

Described separately in Guide to manuscripts and archives in the 
West Virginia collection, by Charles Shetler (1958) 

MS 62-1559 



Koehler, Philip, 182S-1896. 

Papers of Philip and John P. Koehler. 1854-1929. 
l ft. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 
Lutheran ministers. Philip Koehler's graduation album from Bar- 
men, Germany, his formulae for the ceremonies of baptism marriage, 
and church dedication, and his diary (1868-69) ; John P. Koehler's 
compositions in latin, German, and English done while Koehler was 
a student at Northwestern College, Watertown, Wis., his graduation 
album from Northwestern College, his comments on scripture passages, 
particularly Luke and Galatians, his notes on 8 writings by LShe on 
the ministry, his notes on Baler's Compendium, and notes on church 
history, particularly on the reformation period. Most of the collec- 
tion is In German. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository 
Information on literary rights available in the repository 
Gift of the e<*ate of J. P. Koehler and of Prltzlaff Library; 1953-54. 

MS 62-1560 

Reformed Church in America. Board, of Foreign Mvstsiont. 
Records, 1832-1950. 
48 ft. 

In New Brunswick (N. J.) Theological Seminary Library. 
Correspondence and other records, dealing especially with mis- 
sions in Arabia, Borneo, China, India, Japan, and Mesopotamia, with 
business matters of the Board, and with Indian agencies in the 
Western U. S. which were under the administration of the Board from 
1870-81. Agencies and persons concerned are Paul Harrison, George 
E. Stone, Harold Storm, Samuel Zwemer, and other missionaries to 
Arabia; Elihur Doty among missionaries to Borneo; Amoy Ecclesias- 
tical Union, China Continuation Committee, National Christian Coun- 
cil of China, William R. Angus, C. H. Holleman, John A Otte Wil- 
liam Pohlman, and Henry A. Poppen in China ; Church Union in South 
India, Madras Christian College, Industrial School at Arnee, Ranipet- 
tai Hospital, Vellore College, Jacob Chamberlain, Joseph Mayou, 
Henry M. Scudder, John Scudder, Joseph Scudder, and William W. 
Seudder, in India; MeUe Gakuin (school), Ferris Seminary, Tokyo 
Christian College, James H. Ballagli, Samuel R. Brown, Guido Fridolin 
Verbeck, and others in Japan; as well as Clifton Springs Sanitarium, 
N. Y., American Bible Society, American Board of Commissioners of 
Foreign Missions, Foreign Missions Industrial Association of America, 
International Medical Missionary Society, Student Volunteer Move- 
ment, and the YMCA and Student Christian Association of the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. Corresponding secretaries were Henry Cobb, 
William I. Chamberlain, F. M. Potter, and Luman J. Shafer. 

Unpublished guide and card index in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available In the library 

Deposited by the Board. 1936-59. 

MS 62-1561 
Griffith, Alfred. 

Papers, 1861-80. 

243 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Naval surgeon.. Correspondence, journals, orders, memos supply 
lists, Including one for the Darlen Expedition (1870), and other medi- 
cal papers relating to Griffith's military career. The correspondence 
received while Griffith was assistant surgeon of the Ncvy, includes 
letters signed by David Porter and Gideon Welles. 

MS 62-1562 

Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod. Board for European. 
Affairs. 

Records, 1924r-44. 

ca. 3 ft (ca. 5500 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

In part transcripts (typewritten) 

Material relating to the free churches in Denmark, Estonia, Fin- 
land, France, Belgium, and Poland which were assisted with financial 
aid and missionaries by the members of the Synodical Conference, 
especially the Missouri Synod. Includes reports from the Lutheran 
Free Church congregations In Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France 
(Alsace and Paris), and Germany; records of contributions of the 
Missouri Synod to the European churches, receipts, bank confirma- 
tions of the transference of funds to European banks, auditors' re- 
ports; correspondence concerning calls to European Lutheran congre- 
gations, and traveling arrangements; and correspondence between 
pastors In Europe and A, G. Dick, chairman of the Board for European 
Affairs, on the state of the church in relation to the political situation 
preceding World War n. Correspondents include Th. Bachert 
N, Bauerle, A G. Dick, R. Heyland, A Huebner, A. Huge, H. Kirsten, 
H. Koch, F. Kramer, F. Krelss, A, Lange, W. Malkavaara, L. Meyer 
G. Mezger, Th. Nickel, N. Naumann, K. Patger, P. Petersen, F Pfoten- 
hauer, P. Scherf, A, Uppala, K. Valve, M. Wlllkomm, and L. Wlssler 
Records are in English and German. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of the Board. 

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Moravian Church. Missions. 

.Indinn mission records, 1739-ca. 1860 

36ft 

In Moravian Archives (Bethlehem, Pa.) 

Letters, missionaries' travel Journals, diaries of the missions lists 
of members, reports, word lists and dictionaries, and translations into 
Indian languages. Most of the material is In German ; some Is In 
English, and some in Indian languages. Includes material on the 
Delaware, Mohican, Chippewa, and Cherokee Indians, in New York 
State (at Shekomeko), Connecticut (at Pachgatgoch), Pennsylvania 
(at Gnadenhutten, Nain, Philadelphia, Shamoktn, Wyahralng, Gosch- 
goBchnnk), Ohio (at Sehonbrunn, Gnadenhutten, Goshen, and Pil- 
gerruh), Ontario (at Fairfield and New Fairfield), Kansas (at West- 
field and New Westfield), Georgia, and Oklahoma. Missionaries 
prominent in the collection Include David Zeisberger and John 
Heckewelder. 

Card index In the repository for the 18th century material 

Open to Investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

MS 62-1564 
Ward, Joseph, 1737-1812. 

Papers, 1745-1888. 

ca. 783 items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 
_ Schoolmaster, Revolutionary patriot and soldier, and businessman. 
Correspondence, including family correspondence; a biography of 
Ward by Estelle F. Ward; clippings and other printed matter con- 
taining articles and poems written by Ward. The collection contains 
"J!?" 181 MS - lten ». <»• 167 typed transcripts of other Ma Items, 
ca. 210 newspapers and newspaper clippings, 12 pamphlets, and 6 
broadsides. Relates to Ward's life, especially his military service and 
efforts to receive remuneration from the Government for the money 
he had lent it during the Revolution; routine duties and particular 
difficulties of the Muster Dept, of which Ward was head; the lack of 
supplies for the troops ; condition of prisoners ; the Penobscot Expedi- 
tion and the affairs of the Count d'Estalng; the acceptance of the 
Constitution ; the French crisis, and various public Issues of the post- 
Revolutionary period. Letters of significant men of the period reveal 
their regard for Ward. Correspondents Include John Adams, John 
Fenno, Elorldge Gerry, Alexander Hamilton, Artemas Ward, and 
George Washington. The letters of Fenno reveal his economic hard- 
ships, his fortunes with the Gazette of the United States and the 
assistance given him by Ward. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 
•loii 1 ^. * "^ WUUam T - Priestley and Mrs. Morgan S. A. Reichner, 

MS 62-1565 
Holliday, WflHam J collector. 

Holliday collection, 1550-1961. 

14 ft. (4000 items) 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Aria.) 

In part, photocopies. 

Correspondence, diaries and other autobiographical material, offi- 
cial documents, printed matter, and other papers relating chiefly to 
the government and history of the north Mexican states and the 
Southwestern frontier of the U. S. Includes 165 documents pertain- 
ing to the Pachnca Mines of Mexico. Persons represented include 
Manuel A. Agnila, Juan Antonio Balthazar, Joslah Belden, Charles 
Bent James H. Birch, James Henry Carleton, Patricio Carrasco, Jose' 
Maria Carreto, Santiago Carreto, S. W. Crawford, George Crook, 
H. C. Dale, George Eaton, Donald S. Farrington, Angelo Genaro 
Flgueroa, H. B. Foote, John Noble Goodwin, John Grlndeu, Joaquin de 
Iturblde, Samuel Peter Helntzelman, Stephen Kearny Charles King, 
Thomas O. Lnrttn, David A. Lyle, Francisco Chavez Ortiz, William 
McLeod Ralne, Gregorlo Sandoval, Jacobo Sedelmayr, John Drake 
Sloat, J, J. Warner, and S. C Watklns. The material Is related to 
tne repository's Clarence Chrisman, F. S. Dellenbaugh, John Tan 
Deusen Dubois, and Joseph Heger collections. 

Unpublished calendar In the repository. Also described In A guide 
to the collections of the Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, compiled 
by R. Brandes (1961) 

Gift of Mr. Holliday. 

MS 62-1566 
Ross, John Walton, 1843-1920. 

Papers, 1891-1919. 

2 ft. (ca. 1500 items) 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Medical administrator. Correspondence, diaries, accounts, ordera, 
reports, sketches, and memorabilia. Bulk of the material falls In the 
years 1904-05 when Ross was assistant to W. C. Gorgas in the 
Panama Canal Zone, working on the causes and cure of yellow fever. 
Reports include data on yellow fever epidemics In Florida (1886) and 
to Cuba U899) , malaria in the North Atlantic Squadron of the U. S. 
Navy (1838), as well as information on hospital conditions in Cuba 
in the early 1900's. Sketches are of Ross's cottage in Cuba, where 
he was chief of charities and hospitals at Havana In 1890 and In 
TiSPSLJ** Anilna » Yellow Fever Hospital In 1901. Accounts 
(1808-1908) include hotel and restaurant bins from South America 



and also some personal accounts. Some medical account books (1885- 
82) give case histories of Ross's patients. Many of the letters are 
from family and friends to Ross in Havana. Other correspondents 
Include Gen. John Boyd, W. C. Gorgas, Maj. J. E. Pilcher, Adm. John 
G. Walker, and Dr. John C. Wise. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Gift of Jack Klllebrew and Mrs. W. E. SUvey, 1960. 

MS 62-1567 

Harmonia. 

Records, 1853-65. 

2 ft 

In University of Pittsburgh Library. 

Correspondence, minntes of meetings, addresses, and flmmrfwi 
statements, documenting the activities of the Harmonia, a mld-ulne- 
teenth century Utopian group which combined socialism and spirit- 
ualism In its philosophy and made a settlement In the valley of Klan- 
tone Creek, partly in New York State and partly In Pennsylvania. 
Most of the addresses are by John Murray Spear, leader of the groan. 
Other members mentioned include Tnaddeus S. Sheldon, Into whose 
custody the papers were given upon dissolution of the Harmoma, 
Daniel Gano, John Orvis, and Caroline Hinckley, later Mrs. Spear.. 
Papers relate to the society's ideas on abolition and Civil War, gov- 
ernment education, business, and marriage, and include Items recom- 
mending the use of field trips and laboratory experiments in educa- 
tion, as well as equal educational opportunities for women. Papers of 
1859-60 document a Journey to New Orleans planned as a combined 
peace mission and recruiting mission. Scattered papers of 1861-65 
reflect the group's Interest In perfecting and selling sewing Tn«fhin<»q 
Members were involved in the following companies : Orvis, Boyd and 
Co., Orris and Williams On, the New York, Boston and Philadelphia 
Sewing Machine and Embroidering Machine Co., and the American 
Sewing and Embroidery Machine Co. 

Unpublished calendar in the library. 

Open to researchers under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Ernest C. Miller, 1960. Previously owned by Mrs. Margaret 
Fish, granddaughter of Thaddeus S. Sheldon. 

MS 62-1568 

New York Historical Society-. 
Papers relating to France. 

4 v. 

In Ne w York Historical Society collections. 

Extraordinaire des guerres (1712 and 1720) ; accounts of receipts 
and expenditures of Gerard Michel de Lajonchere, Treasurer-Gen- 
eral; and an essay upon the history and the Immediate causes of 
the Revolution of 1789 by P. C. Roux, done into English by HDidlmus, 
with notes. 

MS 62-1569 

Parrish, Edward James, 1846-1920. 

Correspondence, 1894-1926. 

321 Items and 7 v. 

In Duke University library. 

Tobacco manufacturer, of Durham, N. CL, and Tokyo. Primarily 
business and personal correspondence (chiefly 1900-21) of Parrish 
and of his wife, Rosa Bryan Parrish. The early papers relate to 
Mural Brothers, a Tokyo cigarette manufacturing company of which 
Parrish was tne first vice-president 

Card index in the library. 

Acaulred. 1944-58. 

MS 62-1570 

Junipero Serra Museum, San- Diego, Calif. 

Manuscript collection, 1769-1961. 

138 Items. 

In Junipero Serra Museum (San Diego, Calif.) 

Diaries, narratives, biographical material, mission records, and 
other papers relating to the history of San Diego County, Calif. In- 
cludes material on the Mormon Battalion and other military matters, 
schools, water, and transportation. Persons r epre se nte d Include 
James Newton Angel, Lnclen C. Atherton, Joshua L. Bally, Jr„ BI1- 
lingsley family, Robert S. Bliss. Percy C Broell, Dorothy A. Burkart, 
Leila Byrd, Ruth C. Cairns, Josefa Carrtllo de Fitch, Edward A. 
Oarkson, George Cook, Herbert Crouch, Ed Davis, John Davidson, 
Winifred Davidson, Ben F. Dixon, Ward T. Donley, John E. Don- 
nelly, William L. Dumbo, Elijah Elmer, Lloyd Fowler, Beetle S. 
Frazee, Anne Freeman, F. E. Green, Nellie Green, Robert X. Greene, 
Don M Grugal, Lew Harris, Sam D. Hendricks, Herbert G. Henstey, 
Mrs. J. L. Htniard, Alonzo Horton, Lena B. Hunsaker. James A. 
Jasper. Phillip C. Johnson, Jr., Nathaniel V. Jones, Kelley family, 
John L. Kelly, Frank Kimball, Gilbert R. Kyte, Floyd McCracken, 
Ashley T. McDermott George McKinstry, G. Donald Melxner, Jr, 
Spencer X. Menzel, Paul T. Mlzony. James NebergaU, Dean W. 
O'Brien, Irving Outcalt Theron Parsons, Ed Pearson, Rollin Pelrce, 
Martha A; PUisbnry, Rufns K. Porter, William S. Post, Martha O. 
Qnlncey, Juana de Bidlngton, Fred J. Rlmback, Jr., Margaret Romer, 
Arth ur B . Rozell, E. B. Scott Ellen Browning Scripps, Gate W. Shel- 
don, William E. Smythe, Henry Standage, Joe Stone, Kenhel m W. 



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Jnnipero Sena Museum, Seen. Diego, Calif, Manuscript 
coUection, 1769-1961. (Condimed) 

Stott, George Washington Taggart, Dan F. Taylor, William B. Tetter, 
John Waldo Thompson, Joshua Vincent, Joshua S. Vincent, J. J. 
Warner, Mrs. Joe Weldel, David S. Wtgglesworth, J. A. Wilkinson, 
and Orion M. Zlnk. 
Gifts, 1928-61. 

MS 62-1571 



New Brunswick, N, J. Theological Seminary of the Re- 
formed Church in America. 

Records, 1784- 

25 ft (105 items) 

In New Brunswick (N. J.) Theological Seminar; Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Minutes of the Board of Superintendents and Its committees, fac- 
ulty minutes, minutes of the Society of Inquiry and of the Alumni 
Association ; lecture notes by professors George Washington Bethune, 
George Henry Livingston, and Egbert Winter; notes by students on 
the lectures of William Henry Campbell, James Spencer Cannon, 
Talbot Wilson Chambers, David D. Demarest, John DeWItt, John 
Henry Livingston. Alexander McClelland, Samuel A. van Vranken, 
Abraham Brooks Van Zandt and Samuel Merrill Woodbrldge; ser- 
mons of Eli Baldwin, Luther G. Bingham, Alfred Howard Demarest, 
John Berent Johnson, William Hoffman Ten Eyck, Samuel Van 
Vechten. and Ebenezer Wiggins; Journals and registers kept by the 
nrinisti're; poetry, scrapbooks, resident rules for the Peter Hertzog 
Theological Hall, a list of furnishings, catalog of the library, a ma- 
triculation book; a biography of Frederick Bordlne Thomson, Paul 
John Strohauer's History of North and South Hampton Reformed 
Church at ChnrchvUle, Pa„ Edward Tanjore Corwln's Bibliography 
of the Reformed Church in America as well as his History of the 
Reformed Church In America; and papers of David Abeel, Including 
his journal of travels and experiences as a missionary In China, his 
sermons, and letters. Material Is related to the library's archives of 
the General Synod, Reformed Church in America. 

Indexed in the library's catalog. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift nnd dermsit ' 



MS 62-1572 



Burr, George H 

Papers on the Quaker Separation, 1822-36. 

ca. 100 items. 

In Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. 
tJZZSS^^SJ^ otner ****** "ta* 11 * to Ellas Hicks and the 
fS^^SLyS*' 28 * ""lected by Burr, and Burr's history of the 
rS^f^ 'i^ 31 '- ^Correspondents include George BurrTtojamta 
£5»' ^2. ron c£E!? tt T7 10 S? s McCUn *«±. Samuel PrestonTBU K. 
PWc^John Sellers, John Watson, William Wharton, and Joseph 

Card Index in the library. 

Gift Formerly owned by the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. 

MS 62-1573 



Bushyhead, Dennis W 

Papers, 1874-1925. 
ca.2ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Correspondence, annual 
messages, memoirs, autobiography, proclamations, and other naners 

H;^?SLiL£ =S al T matt ? s ani to «"« controversies growing outof 
the Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association's operations? 

MS 62-1574 



Cummins, Albert Baird, 1850-1926. 

Papers, 1891-1927. 

S8 v. and 72 boxes. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 
.. Ti w ^L^ 11 lJ? oUtlcian - Correspondence (1899-1927), 28 letter 
books (1896-1908), speeches, 10 scrapbooks of Cummins' IwUtieal 
career, memoranda, and other papers, including material on political 
and official matters during his service as Governor of Iowa. 1902-08, 
andU. S. Senator, 1908-26. as well as personal correspondence. The 
material bulks largest about 1899-1908. 

mat^^Sim 108 *** tadCT to **" re « ,0slt0I 7 tor much of the 
19K andlSo?' 8 ^ Mr " "** MrS " HoIU8 RawBon **& **** Cummins. 



MS 62-1575 



Saunders, Charles G 1. 1861. 

Papers. 

38 boxes. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Lawyer and legislator. Correspondence and other papers, includ- 
ing 19 boxes of material on business matters; 10 boxes on political 
affaire; 6 boxes relating to the Modern Woodmen of America, of 
which Saunders was a national director, 1901-06; and S boxes on 
personal affairs. 

Gift of Mrs. Saunders, 1926. 

MS 62-1576 



Drachman, Harry A 1869- 

Papers of Harry A. and Florence E. Drachmae, 1878- 
1949. 

ISO Items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Treasurer of Tucson and Pima Co., Ariz. Correspondence relating 
to the Ashantl Mines and the Green Monster Mining Co, of Jerome, 
Ariz. ; a report on the properties of the Verde Combination Copper 
Co, of Jerome, Ariz.; 3 scrapbooks containing clippings of 1906; other 
papers pertaining to the Verde Central Mines ; and photos, of Apache 
Tnifuing Canoa Tt^nrh_ and Phoenix and Tucson, **•**. as accumulated 
by Drachman and his wife Florence B. Drachman. Tnclnrtet corre- 
spondence of the Drachman family and the Arizona Pioneers' Histori- 
cal Society relating to the Order of the Eastern Star. 

MS 62-1577 



Moravian Church. Missions. 

Mission records, 1737- 

86 ft 

In Moravian Archives (Bethlehem, Pa.) 

Records of the Labrador mission field (1785-1641), consisting of 
letters, church books, fiscal records, maps, and other papers; records 
from missions in Alaska, Antigua, Barbados, Nicaragua, St Croix, 8t 
Thomas, St John, Surinam, and British Guiana, consisting of church 
diaries, letters^ and reports; and records of the Society for Propagat- 
ing the Gospel Among the Heathen and the Society for the Further- 
ance of the Gospel. 

Inventory of the Labrador records In the repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository' 

Labrador records are on deposit or loan from the Labrador "■<—<■"■ 
field since 1961. 

MS62-1678 

Simmons, Furnif old McLendeJ, 1854-1940. 

Official correspondence, 1890-1931. 

ca. 75,009 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 

U. 8. Senator and political leader, of North Carolina. Correspond- 
ence (most nearly complete for the 1920-s) of Simmons during a large 
part of his public life. The bulk of the collection deals with such 
routine political matters as recommendations for appointments, re- 
quests for political literature, suggestions for procedu^tapdittcal 
campaigns, and special legislation for World War i veterans. Other 
JJSSL^Ii ref £ nn I" 11 "*'' and the orthodox Southern position 
SSXJKPSS? Soosevelfs administration, the Undenrood-SIm- 
monstorlft wnsonlaa reforms, the financing of World War i, the 
Southern defection from Alfred E. Smith (1928), and the technique 
of machine politics. Correspondents Include Carrtn Coolldge. Her- 
bert Hoover, William Howard Taft, and Woodrow WUsmiT 

Card index in the llhraiy. ^^ 

Acquired, 1934. 

MS 62-1579 



Pierce County (Wis.) Historical Society. 

Manuscript collection, 1849-1957. 

ca. 55 Items. 

In Pierce County Historical Society (River Falls, Wis.) 

In part, transcripts. 

Reminiscences of John Solon of Juneau, Wis, and of Nettle Crlp- 
pen Bailey of Prescott, the latter pertaining to a covered wagon trip 
from New York to Wisconsin ; a description of Esdade, Wis. by Anna 
Paulson Burns ; Journal of a voyage to California from Damarlscotta 
In the schooner Damarlscove around South America through the 
Straits of Magellan (1849-60) by Lyman N. Chapman; record book of 
the Land and Flour Gold Mining Co. of Rock Elm (1957) ; and ca. SO 
letters together with selected diary Items, of Alonzo Miller, private 
In Co. A 12th Wisconsin Infantry (1864-65) 

Gift of Walker D. Wyman, George C. Banta, Kathryn Chapman 
Moser. and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd BaDey. 

MS 62-1580 



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Kirby, Ephraim, 1757-1804. 
Papers, 1763-1879. 
2897 Items and 1 r. 
In Duke University Library 
fJSHS^t^S ! aw re P° rter - ' Correspondence and other uaum ~. 

»I«rSSi * ^^ „ m MU0 ' the Louisiana Purchase, the eaHv tt « 

Thomas Jefferson, Jeremiah Mason. S»mn»i v^juk t •. «_ 
Ogden, James IMvingoXNathuSel ^StS TSSIS '^S, 00 ^* 18 
™^J™7.Jan^wS^n*an^J I ar^ Ib ^ amln T"" 1 "^ 
Card Index is the library. ^^^ raon - 

MS 62-1581 
Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

North Carolina papers, 1777-1876. 
ca. 300 Items. 

t^iSS !^ 1 ^'S of PeaosylTania collections. 

and prtoted matter Lett^um^S^ ? u ^£ii ,me " (1777 >- 
Burke, Bichard as^TOiii.™ rf?i.i? John *"**«"«, Thomas 

IHSSBHH 

Purchase. 

MS 62-1582 
Mebane family. 

Papers, 1815-1948. 

950 items. 
iJtaflBP " NOrth CaroUlul Ub ™^- S"*"*™ Historical Cc4- 

Unpublished description in the library 
Lent by Mrs. H. E. Taylor, 1856. 



Smith, Whitefoord. 

Papers, 1807-1893. 

185 items and 8 v. 

In Duke University Library 

^^?wZSwg%^^*%J^*- Correspond- 
and other mattern. lartn^ wiL!rvr!ZH. .*? 1Us Pastoral duties. 

Acquired, 193443. 

MS62-1584 

Smith, William Patterson, 1796-1878. 
Papers, 1791-1943. 
23,073 items. 

In Dnke University Library. 
Merchant and planter, of Gloncester Co., Va. Personal and hmrf 

jSLaSSaaS&JSS •"■LP"""* * ^tlfiSfJESlEi; 
aSrfSES? S5SSS* l, »' to r* t "W"*"! and lawyer, of Bicamcad 

Card Index In the library 
Acquired, 1950. 

MS62-1585 



Leslie, Robert, ca. 1794-oa. 1879. 
Papers, 1783-1934. 
15389 Items. 

In Duke University Library. 
Merchant of Petersburg, Va. Correspondence, accounts. InvolnsL 

^n^n ^ ° f ^. e *** SbePterd. The papers before Wta££ 
concern the processing and sale of cotton, tobacco rict and wes£r£ 

~J£? Klcbmond-Petersburg area. Other tuples Include iSnrt 
career, family, and travels to England- his S™ rtaSniiSRSS 

American property owned by E^lishme^Thf huffSSS? £ 

dudes scattered correspondence and business papers of Leslie'. 

USEES . Bob ? ****** and John McG^ whom Lestehaa 
admlttfd to partnership In the firm. 

Card index in the library 

Acquired, 1950. 

„ MS 62-1586 

MlsSBsippi. Dept. of Archives and History. 

Scrapbooks and albums, 1860-1952. 

ca. 25 items and 26 v. 

to Mississippi Dept of Archives and History 

Scrapbooks, mostly of clippings; antogranh and nhnt/M^^i, 

No. 1, Auxiliary), and United Daughters of the Confederacy^: 
Posey, Kate Marlcha^ , Power TS^Sr$J*™5. Tt"*"- ** 

Acquired from various scrams. 

MS 62-1587 
Saunders, William Laurence, 1835-189L 
Papers. 1792-1905. 
381 Items and 3 v. 
In Duke University Library 

X ? >nf ^IL^ Cer ' *"*"• nist » r «an, and state official, of Ealeteh. 
N. C. Correspondence, accounts, sermons, and other MxscaaL^ teS 
and financial papers of Saunders- of bis fatbirT^SrSr i!2H' 
Saunders. Episcopal minister Tnd Curator- l£d offtL S^ 

^m'c^^^^^ 

Card index In the library. 

MS 62-1588 

Provincial North Carolina papers, 1694-1705. 
170 items. 

In Duke University Library 
^^Photocopies (positive) made from originals In the British Mu- 

~Si7 e?pon £. ence ' Potions, regulations, articles, commissions, 
patent grants, rent settlements, records of landlales^dXSS 

IITS.m££S - e -"-«■* «* German eflKJmVELrtaVI 
the esta blishme nt of the Church of Eneiaiui tht.JZ.~tZS.* rm ^> 
Uvh* conditions, rellgic^dS^n E coSrnta1 e ^S e lS ^ «gj 
offlce-holdiiig and representation In the assembly JW* «£i«~ 

S lS^^^»°^Sa^&- — 

„ . . , MS 62-1589 

Benjamin, John, 1823-1902. 
Papers, 1840-195L 
ca.Sft. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 
^Correspondence, biographical and genealogical data, Journals, ledir- 
™«S*S? t ?; de J*T """g'aPa - cuppings, memorabmaVland^mted 
matter relating to John Benjamin and his fainCy/aSe corresDond- 

SSL 1 ^ 001 ^?? 8 * ^ itt 80Ctal »"* ecmiomlc coidltlonTto^^tto 
cUfflcnltles of tomlgrants to flndlng employment in the U. aCweto 
Hutchinson, Minn, economic conditions In DltoobT^Eanus land 
vames, and the conflict to l&nsas over slavery Jus7prlofto1& CM1 

ArthY fdwin Benjamin, a Minneapolis physician. Corrennnd^ta 
include Edwin Benjamin, Bob^rt^amtoSSSh taSiSSSS 



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Benjamin, John, 1823-1902. Papers, 1840-1951. (CanBjmed) 
Greeley, Adonlrain Hutchinson. Asa Hutchinson, Bobert P. Lane, 
Thomas Price, Mary Wait, and Richard Wait. 
Unpublished description in the repository. 
Olft of Alice Benjamin, 1954. 

MS 62-1590 



Conrad family. 

Papers, 1794-1959. 

892 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, accounts, accoant book, scrapbook, deeds, speeches, 
agreements, writings, genealogical notes, and other papers, of the 
family of Holmes Conrad of Winchester, Va. The materials relate to 
service In the Virginia legislature, various Confederate leaders, John 
Brown's raid at Harper's Ferry, Confederates in Canada, and other 
matters. Includes letters from students in Virginia. Correspondents 
Include W. D. Alexander, Daniel Bagley, Edward Bates, James V. 
Bomford, Charles Joseph Bonaparte, A. J. Bowman, Israel Brown, 
Elizabeth Tucker Coalter Bryan, Gilbert B. Chandler, Catherine Mary 
Powell Noland Cochran, Elizabeth Whiting Powell Conrad, Holmes 
Conrad, Bobert Toung Conrad, Mary L. Feudall, Philip Richard Feu- 
dal], Thomas Marsh Forman, John W. French, William Gibson, Alfred 
M. Gruenther, Gessner Harrison, Sarah Harrison Powell Harrison, 
M. p. Hollyday. David Holmes, Jededlah Hotchklss, John Daniel Im- 
boden, A. EL Jackson, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jonathan Jackson, 
William Lowther Jackson, Andrew Johnson, M. E. B. Jones, Lunsford 
Lindsay Lomax, Angus W. McDonald. Hunter Holmes McGuire, Lewis 
McKenzle, J. W. v«nn. James Mn-rirhnm Marshall, Ida Mason, Lewis 
T. Moore, John Singleton Mosby, Emily E. Pariah, Grant Parish, E. B. 
Parsons, John E. Penman, John Hampden Pleasants, Burr Powell, 
Catharine Brooke PowelL John Randolph of Roanoke, Randolph 
Rldgely, James D. Robison, Thomas Lafayette Rosser, William Rum- 
sey, Taylor P. Bundtet, James Alexander Seddon, William Shelton, 
Philip Henry Sheridan, William Simmons, A. Meade Smith, Bobert 

Beverley Spratt, Edwin McMasters Stanton, Blchard Thomson. Alfred 
Thomas Archimedes Torbert, Ann Evelina Hunter Tucker, Beverley 
Dandridge Tucker, Jane L. F. Watkins, William Welsh, Ralph Worme- 
ley, and Bennett H Toung. 

Collection has been analyzed by the repository. 

Deposited by Augusta Forman Conrad, 1961. 

MS 62-1591 



agby, George William, 1828-1883. 

Papers, 1828-1917. 

1648 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Author, lecturer, and Journalist. Correspondence, accounts, 
speeches, stories, articles, essays, poems, commonplace books, broad- 
sides, military orders, drawings, photos, memorabilia, and other 
papers, largely concerning Bagby's career and writings. Includes ma- 
terials relating to Bagby's service in the Army of Northern Virginia 
and his editorial activities In Richmond and Orange Court House, 
Va. ; items concerning Richmond libraries and Institutions ; and papers 
of Bagby's wife, Lucy Parke Chamberlayne Bagby. 

Checklist of Bagby's writings filed with the collection. Extensive 
list of correspondents In the repository. 



Collection has been analyzed by the repository. 
Bequest of Ellen M. Bagby, 1961. 



MS 62-1592 



Gaines, John Wesley, 1361-1926. 

Papers of John Wesley Gaines and Edmund Pendleton 
Gaines, 1793-1926. 

ca.100 items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Papers of John Wesley Gaines, Nashville attorney, consist of let- 
ters to John Trotwood Moore of the Tennessee State Library and 
Archives, concerning Edmund Pendleton Gaines, the Henderson, 
Taylor, and Walr families In Tennessee, and historical matters, to- 
gether with some articles by John W. Gaines on the Battle of Mew 
Orleans, the right of secession, and other topics. Letters and papers 
of Edmund Pendleton Gaines consist of correspondence written as 
commander of the Western Division of the U. S. Army (1836-44), 
letters primarily concerned with tne defense of the frontier settle- 
ments against the threat of Mexican and Indian attack, together with 
speeches and papers containing Gaines' Ideas on national defense. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Gift of John Wesley Gaines. 

MS 62-1593 



Lane, James Henry, 1814-1866. 

Papers, 1841-1923. 

191 items. 

In University of Kansas library. 

In part, transcripts. 

Soldier and political leader of Kansas. Correspondence, addresses, 
and other papers, covering Lane's career in Indiana, his Bervice In the 
Mexican War, his political and military career In territorial Kansas, 
as first U. S. Senator from Kansas, as organizer of the "Frontier 
Guard" to protect the White House, and as brigadier-general of the 
Kansas Brigade. Includes transcripts of the Lane-Jenkins claim con- 
test, made for W. E. Connelley. 

Card Index. The Lane-Jenkins claim contest papers have been pub- 
lished In the Kansas historical collections, v. 16 (1923-25) 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gift of A, S. Johnson, ca. 1928; purchase, 1942. 

MS 62-1594 
Musgrave, Sir Anthony, 1828-1888. 

Papers, 1739-1938. 

2163 items and IS v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Colonial administrator. Family correspondence; Musgrave's offi- 
cial commissions, dispatches, and letters relating to British admin- 
istration in Newfoundland, British Columbia, Jamaica, and Australia ; 
diaries and recollections of David Dudley Field, Musgrave's father-in- 
law ; an account by Herbert Musgrave, son of Sir Anthony, of his role 
In the organization of the Royal Flying Corps In 1912-13; Gilbert 
Burton's 17th century biography of Sir Philip Musgrave of Edenhall 
and his adventures In the English Civil Wars ; genealogical charts, 
poetry, and clippings, the latter containing much biographical mate- 
rial ; pamphlets by Musgrave dealing with colonial administration and 
economics ; newspapers, Including 13 issues of the Mirror of St. John's, 
Antigua (1855-56) ; and pictures of the Musgrave and Field families. 
Much of the correspondence is of the Field family of Stockbrldge, 
Mass., with which Mark Hopkins of Williams College was connected. 
Correspondents include Matthew Arnold, George Bancroft, John 
Bright, the Earl of Carnarvon, the Earl of Clarendon, Bishop Colenso, 
Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy, Earl Cromer, Charles Darwin, Alfred 
Deakuis, Millard Fillmore, Garibaldi, General Gordon, John Hay, 
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Henry James, Frances Anne Kemble, the 
Earl of KUnberley, Bndyard Kipling, Viscount Milner, Viscount 

Palmereton, Goldwin Smith, Edwin Stanton, Alfred Tennyson, Martin 
Van Buren, Queen Victoria, Daniel Webster, John Greeuleaf WhirUer, 
Owen Wister, and Viscount Wolseley. 

Card index In the library. 

Acquired, 1961. 

MS 62-1595 
Jackh, Ernest, 1875-1959. 

Papers, 1908-17. 

ca. 1000 items. 

In Tale University Library. 

Political scientist and expert on the Middle East Correspondence 
and other papers relating to political and diplomatic affairs In Turkey 
and the Middle East, particularly In relation to Interests of the 
German Foreign Office in that area. Includes the diaries of the naval 
attached Hans Humann, and nis secret cables and reports from 
Constantinople to the chiefs of the German admiralty and of the 
naval administration (1914-16), as well as his correspondence (1911- 
16) with Jackh. Humann, friend and foster brother of Enver Pasha, 
was In contact with him regarding Turkish national and International 
Issues; Enver Pasha's letters from the TripoUtanlan war (1912-13) 
and a draft of his unpublished autobiography accompany these papers. 
Other papers Include the Grand Vizier Talat Pasha's unpublished 
autobiography as well as some correspondence with Ernest Jackh; 
Baron Oppenhelm's designs for the Holy War of the Islamic world 
from India to Morocco, 1915; information about native Moslems used 
by tne German Intelligence Service; the "Armenian Massacres" of 
1915-17, as reported to the German Ambassador, Baron Wangenhelm, 
In Constantinople, by observers In Asia Minor, and by him to the 
Foreign Office In Berlin; and a collection of political posters of the 
Toung Turkish revolution of 1908. The material Is related to the 
library's Edward M House collection. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Purchased from Dr. Jackh, 1949. 

MS 62-1596 

Terrasson Brothers, Philadelphia. 

Records of Terrasson Brothers and papers of the Prager 
family, 1773-1869. 

1253 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Records of the firm of Terrasson Brothers, established In Philadel- 
phia by Antoine and Barthelemy Terrasson as a branch of their firm, 
John Terrasson and Company, with headquarters in Paris and Lyons, 
France. Early business letters reflect the trade of the firm in grain, 
the furnishing of supplies to the French and American armies, and 
the purchase of tobacco at various places throughout the south. The 
letters contain Information on the American Revolution, especially 
on naval operations, and on post-Revolutionary business conditions. 
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Te SX° Bn, ? m ' ******** Coords of Terrain 
SSSla) PaperS ° f *» P 13 ^ *■%. 1773-1869. 

?™S 5 >Pa ^^' ■S nled In *° *»* Terrasson family Prager was 

•oSFinS?™ ."Ik "S?- J^ "tescrlbed In Guide to tie menu- 
Acquired, 1938-4L 

MS 62-1597 

Socialist Party (U.S.) 
Kecords, 1900-6L 
ca. 152,000 Items and 23 v 
In Duke University Library 

5te nook. .Sur? rSorS^SlE? rdeaa ? ; P OI,a « 1 Meratnre, 
«ate organi^ *S&£%^ SttJt^&STS 

^rnk^^^^rp»SSSSS 

many papers of Norman Taints, c^celte^^St IrS^S? 

Acquired, 1940- *«-«>. 

MS 62-1598 

Davidson, John Mitchell, 1829-1917 

Pappir, 1851-1960. 
150 Items. 

In Emory University Library 
' B^SS"" (negattTO > of "fc^ » tbe possession of John L. 

Sd^e^h^S~l^^ M,, '. M J Geo 1 **". J""^ life toAtlinta 

23=33= ssSKSSSSS 

Unpublished Inventory In the library 

I^XiSm literar7 ri8bts aTalIable ln tte ute «* 

MS 62-1599 

Parish, David. 

Papers, 1807-66. 

10 ft. (ca. 1800 Items) 

In St Lawrence University Library 

tJ^Sp^STT^T < bnsines s <">« personal) and other 
ES FiJ'SL"!?' n f asent Jo »I* KoSeL Includes dtory 

S^Vja -was /sssvar sawsr 

SSS^™ a 2 

Ju£Sl b 1int n (S 5 4T I,UbliShed "^ A Dorth «"-»» -W* by 
Gift of Frank Rosseel. 

MS 62-1600 



Reformed Church in America. General Synod 

1960 ° f Eef0rmed Church rotary "bodies, 1571- 

50 ft 

|p N a5t?aX P ] P SaSm J ic r o^^t i vtr ,nary UI ^- 

S^enrr^orTr- «^ W ^~K25S£ 

au mtontes of synods of the t^mJSakJSTSSV^Ii 
printed form, and a few account books General St^lJzSZ ti? 
dude correspondence, minutes tm*W)7SZ2*$££?Z!S& 

w.^ d ? £ ld J? mmittees - """^ of «* American Church at The 
Haeoe (U0*-87), a .memoi, (1878) of James Suydan7™WUlUm 
«„™ L*-^' ^ an J obl <«fapl«- (1929) of John C.Va¥Dyke. transS 

S2£SE£ JSfT TS 1 con<:ernl »S the Refonned ChurS to lit 
S^?S?S*f* d "? re,aUo '* with the church In Anrerica7 and a 
folder of letters and papers (l»th cent) relating to Rutgers Collet 

Unpublished guide and Index to the library "««««■ ">uege. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available to the repository. 

MS 62-1601 



Brill, Gerow Dodge, 1864-1931. 
Papers, 1884-1924. 
7ft 

UnJvers^ e Arch?£r lty Ub " a7t ^^^ " B ^ iMal H, *"» "» 
Agricultural economist Correspondence, diaries (1897-1902) ac- 
f^SSaawSf' J?"" 8 - lertnre "otebwte from Cornell University 
(1884-88), Chinese grammar notebooks, pamphlets, newspapers, and 
other printed matter (many written to Chinese), photos, and miscel- 
laneous Items. Much of the material relates toBrUlWoTto 
Wuchang, China, as head of the Hupeh Agricultural Oonege 2d ■£ 
perimental Farm and as a scientific explorer for the U. S. Dept of 
Agriculture, and later ln a similar capacity with the Dept ofPublie 
Instruction ln the Philippine Islands. Includes ca. 7S MtetterV (MST- 
1901) from Brill to his aunt Mrs. Statla Dodge, to wtoch he^rtta 
living conditions, customs, and governmental structure in China 
as well as comments on the difficulties he encountered to attempting 
^introduce Western farming methods, on the influence of foreign 
powers, and on the situation during the Boxer Rebellion. CorrW 
SK!?^^ m S"J?„ Pred W A AtWn s»°. liberty Hyde Bailey, Chang Chi 
TnnR John W. GUmore, George N. Lauman. Prank LaiSoiSttlier 

Go^Scnu^n: **** C Partrl<fe "^ P - KobertB - «» »** 
alsoa^Sltobfe tte Ubrary ' s « eBeTal ^ catalog; unpublished guide 
Gift of Mary Campbell Brill and Gerow D. Brill, Jr, 195&-54. 

MS 62-1602 



Thornwell, James Henley, 1812-1862. 

Papers, 1829-72. 

464 Items. 

In University of South Carolina, South Carolinians library 

Presbyterian minister, educator, editor, and author. Correspond- 
ence, sermons, addresses, invitations to lecture and to honorary 
memberships in various societies; reports, notes on languages and 
other papers, concerning his education at Cheraw Academy South 
Carolina College, Harvard University, and Andover Theological Sem- 
inary; his ministry, his teaching and presidency at South Carolina 
College (now University of South Carolina) : his teaching at Columbia 
Theological Seminary; and his editorship of the Southern Quarterly 
review. Correspondents include James H. Adams Robert W Barn- 
well, Edmund Bellinger, James D. Blandtog, John H. Bocock, William 
H. BUet, Stephen Elliott WUilam Morrison Bngles, JosiahJ. Evans, 
Edward Everett James Gillespie, Wade Hampton, George Frederick 
Holmes, Matthew Boyd Hope, Louisa S. McCord, Alexander Taggart 
McGill, John H. Means, Christopher G. Memminger, Patrick Noble, 
Alexander H. Pegnes, Charles P. Pelham, William c. Preston, Robert 
Barnwell Rbett William H. Bobbins, J. Marlon Sims, William Ptock- 
ney Starke, Israel K. Tefft, Daniel H. Trezevant Samuel Tyler, and 
Robert C Winthrop. 

Unpublished guide to the Ubrary. 

Information on literary rights available to the library. 

MS 62-1608 



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Hemphill family. 

Pamrs. 1791-1933. 
12,372 items and 28 v. 
In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, sermons, iind other papers, of William Ramsey 
Hemphill, Presbyterian minister, and of his sons, James Calvin 
Hemphill and Robert Eeid Hemphill, newspaper editors. The mate- 
rial relates to national, Sonth Carolina, and Texas politics, slavery, 
reform movements (including anti-slavery and temperance), politics 
and military campaigns in the Confederacy, Reconstruction, the race 
situation, and journalism. Correspondents Include William Jennings 
Bryan, Andrew Carnegie, Champ Clark, Grover Cleveland, Josephus 
Daniels, Jefferson Davis, Francis W. Dawson, Sr., Ellen Glasgow, 
Carter Glass, Henry P. Grady, Wade Hampton, George Swlnton 
Legarg, William G. McAdoo, William G. McCabe, Adolph S. Ochs, 
George Washington Ochs, James L. Orr, Walter Hlnes Page, Joseph 
Pulitzer, Whitelaw Reid, William Howard Taft, Benjamin R. Tillman, 
Joseph P. Tumulty, Oscar W. Underwood, Oswald Garrison VWard, 
Booker T. Washington, and Henry Watterson. 
Card index In the library. 
Acquired, 1950-59. 

MS 62-1604 



Chapman family. 

Papers, ca. 1841-1954. 

8 ft (3250 items) 

In Syracuse University library. 

Correspondence, documents and other personal papers of the 
Chapman family of Onondaga and Madison Counties, N. T. Inclndes 
1500 letters and documents of Levi Snell Chapman relating to his 
experiences as a student (1884-88) at Syracuse University and later 
as a trustee, to the First Baptist Church and the Xoong Men's Chris- 
taln Association of Syracuse, N. T., and to the founding of the Max- 
well School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University; 
1100 letters of Nathan Randall Chapman concerning anti-slavery 
sentiments, the Baptist Church and the local history of FayettevfUe, 
N. T., and life at Hamilton College, Fayetteville Academy, and Homer 
Academy; 100 letters of Nathan Chapman relating to anti-slavery 
feeling, local politics, farming, social life, and civic matters; 2 letters 
from Sarah Chapman Hunt describing the Chicago Fire of 1871 and a 
trip from Chicago to Pike's Peak "to sell things to miners" ; letters of 
Thomas Dale Chapman from Union Army convalescent camps (1863- 
65) , and letters of Matilda Joslyn Gage, women's rights advocate, and 
of Jermain Wesley Loguen, Negro clergyman and abolitionist The 
material is related to the library's Gerrit Smith collection. 

Gift of the estate of Levi Snell Chapman. 1954. 

MS 62-1605 



West Virginia. University. 

Historical materials. 

ca. 165 Items, 1t,2 boxes, 6 folders, and 2 rolls of microfilm. 

In West Virginia University library (1, 2, «L 75, 76, 78, 89, U, 98, 
M7, 167, 209, 2S5, 275, 344, 352. 363. 374, 379, 406, 410, 414, 424, 458, 
467, 553, 572, 578, 594, 649, 665, 704. 813, 874, 875, 876, 877, 878, 879, 
895, 898, 909, 940, 950, 969, 996, 1082, 1047, 1063, 1091, 1093) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Interviews (tape recordings and transcriptions), reminiscences, 
letters, dippings, maps, trial records, a pardon, orders, muster rolls, 
a poem, historical sketches, a broadside, photoa, and pamphlets. In- 
cludes material on town history, county history, biography, the Otvll 
War, family history, education, the church, Indians, camels m the 
United States, medicine, Morgantown, nulls and furnaces, lumbering, 
John Brown's trial, surveys and trails, the Ohio River, politics, the 
American Revolution, and massacres. The period covered Is from 
about 1750 to 1940. Names of writers, persons Interviewed, and others 
prominently mentioned are Charles EL Ambler, John Beckley, Ray- 
mond M. Bell, J. Arthur Batcher, F. A. Chapman, E. Luther Cole, 
Virginia H. Conaway, Winiam Cephas Cu nningh a m, A. J. Dadlsman. 
John Dally, James Davis, Ralph E. Fisher, John Floyd, William D. 
Ford, S. Scott Gamer, Arthur A. Han, Harvey W. Harmer, Joseph H. 
Ttm , Nancy Hunt John L. Johnston, Oscar Doane Lambert Adam 
Livingston O. O. Marsh, m«t Mathers, Hugh Mercer, James B. More- 
land, Martin Luther Peter, James W. Phillips, Calvin W. Price, Norman 
Randolph Price, 0. R. Rector, David Ross, Jesse Spinman Savage, 
William Allen Savage, John C. Shaw, OUn D. Smyth, William Barnet 
Smyth, Spicer family, Stewart family, George Benjamin Thompson, 
W. D. Thurmond, Kemble White, Mary White, Biley Worden, and 
Loyal Young. 
Indexed In part 

Described separately In Guide to manuscripts and archives In tne 
West Virginia collection, by Charles Shetler (1958) 

MS 62-1606 



Swearingen, John Eldred, 1875-1957. 
Papers, 1772-1959. 



lUBw items. „ . ^ „ , T ,. 

In University of South Carolina, South Carollniana Library. 
Educator. Correspondence, bills, receipts, land papers, wills, man- 
agement agreements for plantations, an announcement of candidacy, 
school reports and programs of Swearingen's children, and genealogi- 
cal information. Includes papers (1888-1059) of Swearingen from 
tile time he was blinded at IS, reflecting his life and career as student 
and teacher at the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind, 
student and honor graduate, 1889, of the University of Sonth Caro- 
lina, and State Superintendent of Education. 1908-22; papers relating 
to the teaching career of his wife Mary Hough Swearingen; ClvD 
War papers. Including a few letters of Benjamin Ryan TUlman and 
George D Tillman, and 22 tax receipts; and papers (1792-1860) of 
the Swearingen famllv in the Edgefield District of South Carolina, In- 
cluding accounts, bills, and receipts, for sales of farm produce, pur- 
chase of supplies, services of lawyers, doctors and blacksmiths, taxes, 
tuition, school supplies, publications, postage, and a subscription to a 
new meeting house, as well as a document (1852) declaring Moses 
Swearingen to be an ordained Baptist minister. Other persons named 
Include F Horton Colcock, B. Means Davis, Edward S. Joynes, Henry 
Shuttz, Benjamin Sloan, Anna Tillman Swearingen, George Swearin- 
gen, John Cloud Swearingen, Larkln Swearingen, Mary Swearingen, 
Bice Swearingen, N. F. Walker, Patterson Wardlaw, George A. Wau- 
ehope, and Franklin a Woodward- 
Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 
Gift I960. 

MS 62-1607 

McCrady family. 

Papers, 1821-1907. 

262 Items. 

In University of South Carolina, South Carollniana Library. 

Correspondence, chiefly of the two Edward McCradys with other 
members of the family, and a few other papers. Contains material 
on the Episcopal Church, the South Carolina General Assembly and 
the political and social problems with which it dealt military and 
civilian life during the Civil War (particularly In Charleston and 
South Carolina), the Reconstruction, and various military and polit- 
ical personalities. Includes correspondence (44 items, 1850-65) of 
Edward, Sr., with his wife, Louisa Rebecca Lane McCrady; and 
papers (1835-82) of members of the allied Barnwell and Hayne 
families, with some Civil War letters. Correspondents Include Ed- 
ward EL Barnwell, Harriet Butler Hayne Barnwell, George P. Brett, 
Allen J. Davie, Paul Hamilton Hayne, Winiam Edward Hayne, Wil- 
liam Bell, White Howe, Cadwallader Jones, Robert T. Lincoln, Mary 
Fraser Davie McCrady, Louis McLane, Christopher Gustavns Mem- 
minger, Joel E. Poinsett William H. Trescot and B. G. Wllklns. 

Unpublished calendar in the library. 

Information on literary rights available In the library. 

Gift and purchase, 1980. 

MS 62-1608 

New York. House of Refuge, RandaWs Island. 

Becords, 1824-1935. 

540 v. 

In Syracuse University Library. 

Annual reports. Investigation reports, daybooks, journals, ledgers, 
minutes of the Executive Committee, of the Board of Managers, and 
of such committees as the School, Building, Visiting, and Reception 
and Paroles, case histories of intn««ip«, census of Inmates, records of 
admissions and discharges, records of indentures, register of paroles, 
parole ameers' reports, and ca. 100 v. of reports of American and 
European Juvenile reformatories and of practices used in the treat- 
ing of juvenile dellniraency. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the library. 

Indefinite loan from the State of New York, 1961. 

MS 62-1609 

McKie, Thomas Jefferson. 

Papers, 1825-95. 

796 Items, and 2 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Physician and fanner, of Woodlawn, Edgefield Co, S. C Corre- 
spondence, bills for medical services, lists of purchases (1820*8), ar- 
ticles, advertisements, college announcements (1870-71), and other 
papers. The collection pertains to the Freedmen's Bureau, Recon- 
struction In Georgia, Northern bitterness toward the South, Irrespon- 
sibility of and radical Influence among Negroes, racial relations, 
activities of white groups to regain political control, status of the 
Democratic Party, Grant and the Radicals, the Hayes-TIlden elec- 
tion. Wade Hampton, cotton marketing, diversified agriculture, treat- 
ment of various types of disease, Immigration to the South, and the 
turpentine Industry. Includes applications for te aching positions, 
letters of recommendation, and McKle's presidential address to the 
South Carolina Medical Association. 

Card Index in the library. 

Acquired. 1*52. MS 62-1610 



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West Virginia. University. 

Land records, 1749-1943. 

ca. 125 Items, St.S bores, S folders, and 1 roll of microfilm. 

^£'^ i l^J£ i ?T* t L* A * ax * (A *U 2*6, Zre. SIS, 819, S4flk 
887, 388, 391, 392, 393, 412, 429, 442, 448, 625, 570, 573, 584, 633. 686 
699, 724, 736, 901. 906, 997, 936, 9*8, 981) o, *», uoo, wo, 

In part, photocopies. 

Deeds, patents, grants, surreys, conveyances, piats, abstracts, 
maps, photos, agreements, estate papers, tax receipts, and a small 
amount of correspondence. Names of persons primarily concerned 
SFJQQ^L A3t < AMfe* BecUey, the children and heirs of William 
» %& '^SS™ s - 5 rown ' Peter QW' Blchard Claiborne, Robert 
T- 0ol 5P' ^nuam Craig, John Davis, John Dunbarr, Charles Gal- 
lager, Thomas James Qoll, Jacob Grass. John Hansford, Samuel 
Hallway, Gharles Hamuson, William Inskeep, Evan Jenkins, James 
Kelso, Michael Keeney, Styers Keeney, wmiam Keeney, John Lewis, 
Edmund Lilly, Joseph Martin, Andrew G. Mathews, Jacob W. 
Mathews, Sampson Lockout Mathews, James Maury, Robert Morris, 
John Moylan, wmiam North, Thomas Proctor, James Boss, David 
Scott, Jr, John Sleeth, John Stealer, Zadock Walker, Jacob Warrick, 
and someone with the surname Pettyjohn. Includes notes of surveys 
run by I. A. Dalrymple; a description of the land office operated in 
thehome of John Evans; correspondence and papers concerning land 
received by Thomas Haymond and Luther Haymond, surveyor and 
Postmaster, respectively, at Clarksburg; and surveys made by mem- 
bers of the Haymond family, by Nicholas and Charles M MarstUler, 
and by Thomas Lewis and George Washington. Also Includes ma- 
terial on public schools, lumbering, and other matters in and around 
Webster Springs; notes on the composition of surveying parties ; and 
a pamphlet on the Haymond family . 

Described separately in Guide to manuscripts and archives in the 
West Virginia collection, by Charles Shetler (1858) 

MS 62-1611 



Bethlehem, Pa. Moravian Church. 

Records, 1742-ca. 1900. 

30 ft. 

In Moravian Archives (Bethleham, Pa.) 

Diaries; records of administration, and of births, confirmations, 
marriages, deaths, ordinations, and receptions of members; music 
both printed and MS., used by the choirs of the congregation, together 
with music of the Bethlehem Philharmonic Society which flourished 
■nthe 19th century ; a file of LebensUufe (memoirs written by mem- 
bers to be read at their funerals) ; maps, architects' drawings, 
sketch es, and photos. Diaries consist of running dally accounts of 
events In the congregation and, in the early years, in the community 
of Bethlehem. There are also diaries of the various Choirs, or 
Classes, into which the community was divided in the early days, L e. 
Single Brethren's diary (1744-1817), Single Sisters* diary (1748- 
1841), and Widows' diary (1784-1839). Records of administration 
Include proceedings of the Church Council, (1762-1854) , of the Elders* 
Conference (1764-1865), and of the Board of Trustees (1780-1849). 
Mainly In German. Material Is related to the repository's General 
Economy collection. 

Open to Investigators under restrictions accepted by the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Transferred from the Central Moravian Church of Bethlehem. 

MS 62-1612 



Bailey, Everett Hoskins, 1850-1938. 

Papers, 1839-1954. 

ca. 2500 items and 8 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Banker. Correspondence, diaries, maps, memoranda, mortgages, 
property inventories, wills and other legal papers, school papers, 
genealogical material, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous papers 
relating to the personal and business activities of Bailey and his 
family. Many of the business papers relate to Bailey's work as a 
faratee in the bankruptcy cases of Dennis Byan and John Q. Adams. 
Other subjects covered include the purchase of the Northwestern 
Trust Co. by the First National Bank of St Paul, the consolidation of 
the First National Bank and the Merchants National Bank of St 
Paul, the St. Paul Orchards Co. which ran the Bailey ranch in On- 
tario, Ore, Bailey's interests in many financial firms throughout the 
country, and his work In creating a national park in the Isle Boyale, 
Mich. area. Family papers Include letters from Mrs. Bailey to her 
husband while she was on a trip to Europe; letters from Fred S. 
Bailey, their son, while he was visiting his uncle's coffee plantation 
in Mexico, and his school composition books of the 1890's; essays 
written by Caroline Pier at the Jamestown Academy (1839-44) • and 
a diary (1851) of Frederick A. Jones, Mrs. Bailey's father, containing 
descriptions of school teaching in Mississippi and steamboat trips up 
the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers, views on slavery, and family data. 

Unpublished description In the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Frederick S. Bailey and Miss Sidney Pattee, 1955-57. 

MS'62-1618 



Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Governmental records, 1574-1950. 

ca. 75 items, ca. 130 v., 20 boxes, and 2 folders. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

In part, photocopies. 

A wide variety of papers from official entitles of highly diverse 
natures. Docket books, survey records, orderly books, tax returns, 
minutes, laws and ordinances, militia records, muster books, financial 
records, deeds, and vital statistics predominate. Also found are 
receipt books, resolutions, licenses, English statutes (in Latin), leg- 
islative journals, proceedings of the Spanish Inquisition (in Catalan) , 
ship and port registers, wharfage accounts, contemporary copies of 
Acts of Parliament, voting lists, loan subscriptions, testimonials, lists 
of prisoners of war, mortgages, British army and navy documents, 
indentures, customs records, records of World War n, materials from 
the WPA records survey, and other items. The period Immediately 
preceding and during the American Revolution Is better represented 
than any other relatively short period. Also included are several 
marriage lists, personal accounts, and Invoices. 

Separately described In Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1949) 

Acquired from various sources. 

MS 62-1614 



Patterson, Samuel Finley, 1799-1874. 

Papers, 1792-1939. 

2141 items and 26 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Farmer, railroad official, and State legislator, of Winston-Salem, 
N. C. Correspondence, account books, clippings, and other personal 
and business papers (chiefly 1810-1925) of Patterson and of his 
family. Patterson's papers reflect his public life and his children's 
activities, and pertain to railroading, legislative affairs, and other 
matters. The early papers concern members of the Patterson and 
Graham families in North Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee, and 
include information on mercantile affairs and the education of chil- 
dren. Most of the papers after 1870 are of Lucy Bramlette Patterson 
Patterson, and relate to her European and Mexican travels (1880 - s) 
her literary and political interests, and family matters. Correspond- 
ents include C. B. Aycock, K. P. Battle, W. J. Bingham, Edward W. 
Boh, Locke Craig, Josephus Daniels. Dorothea L. Dix, John Haywood, 
William H. Haywood, Edwin lllms, John Charles McNeill, William 
Norwood, Henry J. Stockard. C. Alphonso Smith, Z. B. Vance, and 
Henry Van Dyke. 

Card index In the library. Also described in Guide to the manu- 
script collections in the Duke University Library, by N M Tllley 
and N. L. Goodwin (1947) 

Acquired, 1950-60. 

MS 62-1615 



Pennsylvania. Historical Society. 

Kecords of non-governmental institutions and businesses, 
1746-1932. 

ca. 100 items, ca. 50 v., 1 box, and 2 folders. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

In part, photocopies. 

Minute books, accounts, surveys, correspondence, rosters, sales rec- 
ords, titles and similar documents. Institutions and businesses named 
Include banks : Bank of Pennsylvania, Schuylkill Bank ; schools : West 
Philadelphia Lyceum, College of Philadelphia, Free Military School, 
Mantua Academy, Milestone School, Rittenhouse School; railroads: 
Allegheny Portage Railroad, Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Com- 
pany; bridges: Susquehanna Permanent Bridge Company, Delaware 
River Bridge Company ; canals : Susquehanna and Delaware Naviga- 
tion Company, Delaware and Schuylkill Canal Company; a turnpike: 
Germantown and Perklomen Turnpike Company: churches: St. Ja- 
cobus (later St James). Fifth Street Methodist Episcopal, St James 
(Perkiomen), Bedford Street Mission, Episcopal Hospital Mission; 
land sales companies: Holland Population Land Company, Illinois 
and Wabash Land Company, North American Land Company, Penn- 
sylvania Population Company, Pennsylvania Land Company, and the 
Luzerne, Lycoming, Northampton, Northumberland and Wayne Land 
Association ; and such diverse activities as the Library Company of 
Philadelphia, Merchants Exchange, Pennsylvania Salt Works, Phila- 
delphia Sugar Refining Company, Durham Iron Company, Enterprise 
Telegraph Company, Asylum Company, and various markets mills 
fairs, and other enterprises. 

Separately described In Guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (2d ed. 1949) 

Acquired from various sources. 

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Pennsylvania (Colony) 

Eecords, ca. 1682-ca. 1838. 

22 vol. 

In American Philosophical Society Library. 

In part, transcripts. 

Early laws; mlnntes and other materials on councils, conventions 
and commissions; material on boundary claims, and other colonial 
and State records. Includes minutes of the Commission for Deter- 
mining the Pennsylvania-Maryland boundary and rough minutes of 
the Council of Pennsylvania (1683-1717). Also Includes the Phila- 
delphia Assembly accounts (1748-48), the charter of New Castle 
(1724) copies of documents relating to New Sweden, a catalog of 
political tracts relating to the history of the Colony of Pennsylvania 
from 1681-1770, and John Watson's Narrative of the Indian walk. 
The material is related to the library's Penn family papers. 

Catalogued individually In the manuscripts catalog of the library. 
OUts and purchases, 1815- 

MS 62-1617 

Grasty, William Clark, 6. ca. 1800. 

Papers of William Clark Grasty and John F. Bison, 1788- 

1876. 

ca. 8000 Items and 118 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, account books, daybooks, fee books, invoices, 
ledgers, memoranda books, records of sales, inventories, and letter- 
press copybooks, chiefly 1800-69, of three generations of general mer- 
chants, of Pittsylvania Co., Va. Their business Interests Included a 
general store, a tavern, a blacksmith shop, a simplified type of bank- 
ing, and the keeping of a post office. Large amounts of tobacco were 
bought and sold before the Civil War. Post-war records indicate a 
large volume of trade in Peruvian guano and commercial fertilizers. 
Includes letters (1848-67J of John S. Grasty, a Presbyterian minis- 
ter, referring to North Carolina agriculture, slave hiring, Unionist 
sympathy among the Dutch population of Botetourt Co, Va., and the 
devastation of Flncastle, Va, during the war. 

Card index in the library. -_,_ 

Described In Guide to the manuscript collections In the Duke 
University Library, by N. M. Tilley and N. L. Goodwin (1847) 

Acquired, 1834-37. 

MS 62-1618 

Michigan. University. William L. Clements Library. 

Literary manuscripts and related materials, 11th cent- 

1878. 

ca. 40 items and ca. 10 v. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Division of 
Manuscripts. 

Sermons by Jonathan Parsons, Solomon Townsend, and William 
White; essays and poems by John Andre, Joseph Hopkinson, Henry 
Hulton, and Anna Seward ; Johann Jakob Engel's treatise on mimicry 
in drama, a play by Stephen E. Glover, and three Mexican Indian 
plays; and a songbook of Catherine Alderdice, an address by Edward 
Everett, notebooks of Richard Filkin with material on John Paul 
Jones, adventures of three Japanese castaways in America, James 

Johns' pen printed newspaper, a portion of the Koran, passages from 
the Greek Testament with English translations by Cotton Mather, 
copy of Thomas Morton's New English Canaan, extracts from various 
books on travels by William S&rgeant, and a palimpsest copy of the 
work of Caius Julius Solinus. 

Described separately in Guide to the manuscript collections in the 
William L. Clements Library, compiled by H. H. Peckham (1942) 
and in the 2d ed., compiled by W. S. Ewing (1953) 

MS 62-1619 rev 

Fisk University, Nashville. Library. 
Negro collection, 15th cent— 
50 ft. (ca. 9000 items) 
In Flsk University Library. 

Some special collections forming part of the Negro collection are 
cataloged separately. 

Correspondence, diaries, literary MSS.. notebooks, scrapbooks, min- 
utes, contracts, receipts, estate papers, banking papers, certificates, 
passports, invitations, press notices, photos^ and related books, pam- 
■ unlets, sheet music, handbills, programs and memorabilia. Includes 
papers of E. K. Alexander, William Edward Bnrghardt Du Bois, 
Angelina Weld GrlmkeV Pauline E. Hopkins, Langston Hughes and 
James Carrol Napier; memorabilia of the Jubilee Singers; memoirs 
of Archibald Henry Grimke'; poems of Fenton Johnson; letters of 
Alexandre Dumas fils ; The charge on Tort Wagner, by William EL 
Carney; and a minute book (1834-36) of the board of managers of 
the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society. Concerns the American 
Negro, slavery and ante bellum history, the Civil War and Kecon- 
structlon, American foreign relations, Negroes In arts and letters, the 
Negro renaissance, Flsk and Howard Universities, and the Anna T. 
Jeanes Foundation (Negro Rural School Fund) 
Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Gifts, In part, of Mrs. E. R. Alexander and of Langston Hughes, 
1845) , purchases, deposits, and loans, 1928- 

MS 62-1620 



Adams family. 

Papers, 1639-1889. 

175 ft. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Correspondence, letter books, diaries, literary MSS., speeches, legal 
and business papers, and other papers, largely of John Adams, John 
Qulncy Adams, and Charles Francis Adams. Includes the papers of 
Abigail Brooks Adams, Abigail Smith Adams, Brooks Adams, Charles 
Adams, Charles Francis Adams n, George Washington Adams, Henry 
Adams, John Adams n, John Qulncy Adams n, Louisa Catherine 
Johnson Adams, Thomas Boylston Adams, Abigail Adams Smith, and 
other members of the family. Also Includes a large file of Incoming 
correspondence from hundreds of major and minor figures in America 
and Europe. The bulk of the papers is after 1755. The material Is 
related to the library's Charles Francis Adams collection. 

Described In a published guide, Microfilms of the Adams papers 
(1954-59). Also described in the Proceedings of the Massachusetts 
Historical Society, v. 71 (1958-57) p. 328-856. Parts of the collec- 
tion are being printed in the Adams papers, ed. by L. H. Butterfteld, 
1861- 

Closed to Investigators while editing Is in progress. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposited by the Adams Manuscript Trust, 1902-56; converted to 
gift.1856. 

- Microfilm copy (negative) 



60S reels. 



MS 62-1621 



Nisbet, Eugenius Aristides, 1803-1871. 
Papers, 1804-1934. 
15,903 items and 6 v. 
In Duke University Library. 

Lawyer, V. S. Representative, and Confederate representative, of 
Macon, Ga. Correspondence, legal notebooks, bankbooks, family 
albums, genealogical charts, memorabilia, and other items, of Nisbet 
and of his family. The bulk of the collection consists of largely rou- 
tine legal correspondence of Nisbet, of his son, James Taylor Nisbet, 
lawyer and editor, and of his brother, James Alexander Nisbet. Other 
papers relate to social life and customs In 19th century Georgia, polit- 
ical events after the Civil War, soldiers' views of the Spanish-Ameri- 
can War, the education of girls In the early 20th century, and Nisbet 
family genealogy. Includes personal correspondence of Junius Wing- 
field Nisbet and a diary (1873-79) of John W. Nisbet. Correspon- 
dents include Charles L. Bartlett, H. B. Battle, William Horn Battle, 
Allen D. Candler, W. C. Dawson, Charles H. Herty, Walter B. Hill, 
Malcolm Johnston, Alexander B. Lawton, John M- Sell, Wilson Lump- 
kin, Howard E. Bondthaler, William Schley, Hoke Smith, and James 
M. Smith. 

Card Index in the library. Also described In Guide to the manu- 
script collections in the Duke University Library, by N. M. Tilley and 
N. L. Goodwin (1847) 
Acquired, 1844-51. 

MS 62-1622 



Page, Thomas Nelson, 1853-1922. 
i Papers, 1739-1926. 

9276 items and 2 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Author, lawyer, and diplomat Correspondence, legal and business 
papers, diplomatic dispatches, and other items (chiefly 1885-1920) 
relating to Page's legal and literary career, his activities as a Iyceum 
lecturer, his marriages, and Ms interest In civic affairs, social reform, 
race relations, politics, and European travel. Includes family corre- 
spondence of Page and his brother, Rosewen Page, and his mother, 
Elizabeth Burwell Nelson Page; letters (before 1880) of various 
other members of the Page family; Page's political activities during 
the presidential campaigns of 1812 and 1816; and copies of diplo- 
matic dispatches to President Wilson and to the State Dent while 
Page was Ambassador to Italy. Correspondents include C. F. Adams, 
Grover Cleveland, Josephus Daniels, J. C. Harris, William D. Howells, 
Robert Lansing, Robert T. Lincoln, Henry C. Lodge, Theodore Roose- 
velt, E. Root, J. M. Stoddart, and William H. Taft 

Card Index In the library. Also described in Guide to the manu- 
script collections in the Duke University Library, by N. M. Tilley and 
N. L. Goodwin (1847) 

Acquired, 1836-58. 

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Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 1792-1822. 

Journals of Percy Bysshe Shelley and Mary Shelley 1814- 
57. ' 

*▼. . 

In Dote University library. 

Transcripts (typewritten) of originals In the British Unseam. 

Journals, with notes by Edward Dowden, containing until Shelley's 
^S.. a ^. 0St ?Sr € 2 rtes ' Interspersed with letters to or from 
Mends, after which entries become meager and letters by and to Mary 
Shelley predominate. Contains material concerning, or letters from\ 
J*2 gyron, Charles CJalrmont, Claire (Clara Mary Jane) Clalrmont 
HW^S2l n e Glsb^ family, Wmian> Godwin, Thomas Jefferson 
5k ^** ???*• T'^! le Il 3 ay ' Prmce Alexander Mavrocordato, 
2£2*5. L 5fi?" ,c ?!? : ' SpMyBereley. Harriet (Westbrook) Shelley, 
Percy F. SheUey, Timothy Shelley, Edward Trelawny, EdwardE. 

Bobert ^Owen and the Nashoba, Term, and New Harmony projects la 

.JESTi.!?.?!? to the ">>>■»* Also described In Guide to the maun- 
tta£^&ft r gSg tm ** "»«* by N- M. xmey and 
Acquired, 1944. 

MS 62-1624 



Rutherfoord, John, 1792-1866. 

Papers, 1754-1931. 

2712 Items and S3 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Lawyer, merchant, and Governor of Virginia CorresDondenr» 

travel Journals, account books, memonmaSboWISTrSSS 

^L™^? 1 -, commomaace books, clsS nTteTand other 1S£rs 

wS^ "M-1865), of Hutherfoord; of his son? John Grt^ButtS 

£ t& JE?T- P ^ ter ' aod State les^tor; and of otteTnSSs 
of the famuy. The papers before 1818 are chiefly leral»nd win*.- 

tands and otherventnres. The papers of John Eu^rfoordlSateto 

w?aT^£„ST?? 0r l^. ,>hm £ i S aad buslness^SxsT V^staS 
anau. s. politics, the American Party; the return of fugitive E 
secession and events preceding It, CtonfederanTfo^lgn MatoasTand 

CabST Sv2fl;J Bd »i, tlM|y i?? ,d S letters from Edward Coles, William 
SSn^^,^ d 0th T "* Ko^erfoord's relatives by marriage, coi 
rfSJ^LSSL^X^A 11 ? "» t i.-» 1 «Tery sentiment in Virginia arid rela- 
S,M-i1^ n "f^"? States and Fran «- John Coles Rnther- 
StaE fi ate r? . Ws •. tten * u «» «* Washington College (now 
inSZJ?-,, a ?- d . Lee UnjTersity) and the University of Virginia, his 
interests in politics and European travel, his legal activities his wo* 
S5iS?i^" la ?*' f" 52 " 65 ) and as inanageTof the7anSy«^ 
rt^TS.? P !2 s ' on ' ■"* aoeial Me ■ na customs to vSitaia S 
S^n ^T 1 *K C0 7 e S ondeace of J " c - Kotherfoord's ^SeT Ann 
afti th? oyRuttwrfoord, referring to life In the South during and 
SKTSLi 8 ^ War, and family matters. Correspondents Include 
John Brockenbrough, Richard Claiborne, Isaac A. Coles. WUUamȣ 

John H. McCue, John Marshall, Hodijah Meade? C. GTMenmSgei; 

^i^ nd » JS: J orte rMd, George W. Randolph, W. C. Rives, Jr., 
Thomas Rntberfoord, Richard Singleton, AndreVstevenson, John W 
v2^~' ^P'J?" J?"*"' Daniel Teazle, John Tyler, Abraham 
Van Buren, John Wickham. and Henry A. Wise. 
oJF a / d If 8 ? to the lu>r ary. Also described In Guide to the manu- 
script collections in the Duke University Library, by N. M. Tllley and 
5LI* Good T m (1947) - Partially published In American Historical 
Review, v. 44, no. 1 (Oct 1838) p. 58-60. 

MS 62-1625 



Taveau, Aogostin Louis, 1828-1886. 
Papers, 1741-1931. 

1858 items and 4 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Planter and author, of Charleston, S. O, and Chaptico, Md. Family, 
J mZ5?',1£5£? , -J%. Dualne8s correspondence and other papers 
(chiefly 1830-86) of Taveau, of his father, Louis AugusHn Thomas 
J^V" of their fainlly. The collection centers aSund AugusUn 
Louis Taveau and relates to his education, activities as a poet, Euro- 
f^L^lS* ^^h career in "» Confederate ArayTpWwar 
condenmatlonof Confederate leaders, removal to Maryland (1866), 
^l^^L""^. eff °rts- Other subjects Include family and legal 
wSL 50 ^ H* and cnstoms to Sm ^ Carolina, the educations 
SSS^Si*?^ riCe pl ?» tin « "ef" 1 * «* Clvu WarTplanting In Missis- 
sippi and Louisiana (1850-s), agriculture and scientincfarmtagto 



Maryland, Charleston during the Civil War, postwar politics, and 
other matters. Correspondents and persons mentioned includ? WU- 
™?„~ 'v V 05 )? 8 *"•£?• HenrT L B en°° w . A. R. Chisholm, Ralph 
«ri^ T athan < ?"5S ^2"?4 J - ■*- Gadsden, Horace Greeley, William 
Gregg, Thomas S. Grimke, Bobert Y. Hayne, O. W. HolmeV W H. 
SSS. "nwS 1 ? Dm ^ T " J - Hylanae-MacGrath, Andr^ohnsot 
Caroltoa Olivia Ball Laurens, Eliza G. Maybaak, James L. Peainl 
iJ- Pet ?f re 7' ^ UUam GUmore Sln,m s. CUft^SImonl, EeaUnf£ 
fiS'^SL^Si"^ S"""' ? oratl ° So ««ne, John R Thompson! 
and J!! mb ? 8 "* tne Girardeau, Swlnton, and Taveau families. 
cJS^SSff to .^""JS 5 '- „ Ate0 d e«crtbed In Guide to the manu- 
script coHectloiis In the Dnke University library, by N. M. Tllley and 
N. L. Goodwin (1947). Partially puMlshedlb ^^ WlSanT and Mary 
Conege quarterly, v. 16, no 2 (Apr. 1936), p. 206-221, and la Georgia 
historical quarterly, v. 23, no. 2 (June 1SS9) , p. 170-178 
Acquired, 1984-86. 

MS 62-1626 

Kean family. 

Papers, 1785-1950. 

7 ft 

In University of Virginia Library (628) 

Correspondence, diary (1861-66) and other papers of the Kean 
&mlly, especially Robert Garlick HUl Kean. lawyer, Confederate 
official, and rector of the University of Virginia, and of his son, 
Jefferson Bandolph Kean, Army surgeon. The papers of R. G H 
Kean relate to his services with the Confederacy as Adjutant General 
to the Secretary of War and chief of the Confederate Bureau of War 
las legal career In Lynchburg, Va, during Reconstruction, and other 
matters. Includes Sean's diary (188M6) and correspondence of bis 
ancestors. The papers of J. B. Kean deal with his career In the 
Army Medical Corps and his positions with the Dent of Sanitation 
in the Provisional Government of Cuba (1906-09), the American Bed 
Cross, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation (1926-88), and 
other groups. Other subjects Include the Spanish-American War 
American base hospitals, the V. S. Ambulance Service (1917), and 
Walter Beed. Correspondents Include Edwin Anderson Alderman, 
Newton D. Baker, Harry Clemons, Charles Fevrier, Stuart G. Glb- 
boney, Leland Ossian Howard, Merritte Weber Ireland, Thomas Jef- 
ferson, Henry Alan Johnston, Joseph Warren Kelfer, Mr. and Mrs. 
Flake Kimball, Mary Elinor Lazenby, Ftahugh Lee, J. A. Lopez del 
Valle, John Joseph Moran, George Wythe Bandolph, Walter Seed. 
Albert Charles Seward, George Miller Sternberg, William Howard 
Taft, George Henry Tomey, Elbert Duncan Thomas, Albert Ernest 
Truby, William Holland Wlhner, Leonard Wood, and George Wythe. 
Described In the Annua] report on historical collections, University 
of Virginia Library, 1939-40, p. 13; 1941-42, p. 36-37; 1942-13, p. 82; 

1943-M, p. 28, 29; 1944-45, p. 28-30, 41; 1845-47, p. 43; 1947-49, p. 
165, 220; 1949-50, p. 294-295. 
Gift and deposit 1938-59. 

MS 62-1627 
Anderson family. 

Papers, 1773-1930. 

25ft 

In University of Virginia Library (38-96) 
*. Pe £S? al «' 'esayand. business correspondence, ledgers (1775-1910) 
SwS 8 ' * mr S££' "".t* 00 **. addresses, scrapbooto, drawings; arid 
other paper^chiefly of Francis Thomas Anderson^ Twyer, legator! 
wm^!,™* ! °* WasWn B ton and Lee University; and ofMsl son, 
2n^ am f i I 5 a 5r de l. A 2 ler,50n ' towyer ' attoni ey genial of vlr^S 
SSri^TJ? W = shm I 8 t01 ' ">« I*e University. The papers reMeto 
l?iI5S.. asI i cnlt 2 re ' Iron ' and manufactures In I«xtogtoni Va. Ind 
Bockbridge Co., Va, social life (1900-30), the DaughtoSflf the CoT 

wT£'££Sft Ve f °\ LadIes A-^fl"" oftte^nTon^im: 
™Al£f S \ m f w ? ri J^oa Monument Corporation (1912), and other 
matters. Includes drawings by Ellen Graham Anderson of conto^ 
porary Hterary and dramatic figures, material pertaining to the Bruce 
Trust Fund (1906-24) and the debt controversy in the case of Virginia 
vs. West Virginia, William A. Anderson's legal brief on the invention 
o' tne McCormick reaper, and correspondence with Harry F Byrd 
(1926-29) regarding Virginia constitutional amendments. Other cor- 
respondents include Archer Anderson, St George M. Anderson, Wil- 
liam Balrd, Allen Caperton Braxton, Joseph Bryan, John Lyle Camp- 
bell, William L Clopton, William Spenser Cnrrell, George Hntcheson 
Denny, James Easley Edmunds, James Hardy Dulard, Frank T. Glas- 
gow, William Anderson Glasgow, Armlstead Churchill Gordon! Ban- 
dolph Harrison, Bobert Lewis Harrison, Tifton D. Jennings John 
Holladay Latane; Wmiam Gordon McCabe, Walter L. McCorkle, 
Cyrus Hall McCormick n, Charles James McDermott, Richard Mc- 
nwalne, John Qulncy Marr, Raleigh Colston Minor, Andrew Jackson 
Montag ue, C. F. Moore, Thomas D. Ransom, James Hoge Blcks, James 

SSf J Sm f tb : P*^, Angostus Swanson, Henry St George Tucker, 
Edwafd Virginius Valentine, Robert Davis Yancey *«v«r, 

-.ir 8 ^^? to "££. -^ual report of the archivist University of Vir- 

&, 8 H 5; 2 nd ^ William Alexander Anderson, attorney raeklof 
Jgg^M0M«Ml "J Lote Grier Moore (thesis, Un^sl^ofvi! 

Deposit 1931-68. 

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Lauck, William Jett, 1879-1949. 

Papers, 1915-49. 

125ft. 

In University of Virginia Library (4742) 

Lawyer and economist Correspondence, diary-like accounts, 
speeches, labor reports and studies, drafts of congressional bills, legal 
briefs, scrapbooks, personal papers, and other papers, concerning labor 
problems and legislation. Immigration, banking, railroads, the coal 
Industry, unemployment, codes of the Taft-Walsh National War La- 
bor Board, the Eallway labor act of 1926, collective bargaining 
under the Mew Deal acts, Government competition with private busi- 
ness, the American Association for Economic Freedom, and the New 
York Power Authority. Includes correspondence with unions of build- 
ing service employees, Government employees, Iron workers, machin- 
ists, meat packers, miners, railroad workers, teachers, and textile 
workers; and with the American Academy of Political and Social 
Science, Philadelphia, the American Association for Labor Legislation, 
the American Council on Public Affairs, the American Farm Bureau 
Federation, the Council of Young Southerners, the League for Indus- 
trial Democracy, the National Industrial Conference Board, the 
National Policy Committee, the D. S. National Resources Planning 
Board, and the TJ. S. National War Labor Board. Public figures 
among the correspondents include Bernard Baruch, Homer Stffle 
Cummlngs, Clarence Addison Dykstra, John T. Flynn, Guy M. Gillette, 
Leon Henderson, Herbert Hoover, Hugh Samuel Johnson, Jesse Hoi- 
man Jones, William S. Knudsen, Bobert M. La Follette, Jr., Franklin 
K Lane, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., William Glbbs McAdoo, James 
Michael Mead, Francis Pickens Miller, Henry Morgenthau, Karl Earl 
Mundt, Donald Marr Nelson, Ferdinand Pecora, Frances Perkins, 
Glfford Plnchot, James Hubert Price, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Edward 
B. Stettinius, Jr., Bobert F. Wagner, David L Walsh, Burton K. 
Wheeler, and Woodrow Wilson. Educators Include Hardy Cross 
Dlllard, Edward 0. Elliott, Frank Porter Graham, Jeremiah Whipple 
Jenks, Richard Ramsay Mead, Lewis Tyree, Harry F. Ward, Herman 
B. Wells, and Bay L. Wilbur. Labor leaders Include Jacob Baker, 
Solomon Barkln, Van Amberg Bittner, Sophia Carey, David Dubinsky, 
P. T. Fagan, John Philip Frey, William Green, Sidney Hillman, Earl 
B. Honck, Thomas Kennedy, Donald MnrMWnn, and A. 0. Wharton. 

Glft.1854. 

MS 62-1629 



Holland, Asa. 

Papers, 1820-90. 

3 ft 

In University of Virginia Library (902) 

Farmer, merchant and local official. Correspondence and other 
papers of Holland and various members of his family, concerning 
economic and social life in Southslde Virginia, particularly in and 
near Franklin County. Includes correspondence on the tobacco busi- 
ness in Danville, In which Asa Holland and his brother Smlthson H. 
Holland were Interested ; mercantile accounts (1822-46) ; a list (1850) 
of clerk's fees and fines in the Franklin County Circuit Court; Frank- 
lin County sheriffs receipts (1850-52) ; toll gate receipts (1852-57) 
of the Rocky Mount Turnpike Co.; post office reports (1854-60) ; 
various papers (1858-ca. 1881) on the Hollins Institute, on Allegheny 
College In Blue Sulphur Springs, and on Franklin County schools, 
most of them relating to Holland's son-in-law, William E. Duncan; 
Civil War letters of 3 members of the Holland family; Confederate 
commissary accounts (1863-65) ; a daybook (1867-68) of Berger's 
store In Pittsylvania County; and a record (1870-73) of the financing 
of the Martinsville and Potomac Railroad Co. The material is re- 
lated to the library's Richard J. Reid collection. 

Described in the Annual report of the archivist University of 
Virginia Library, 10th (1939-40) p. 11-12 and 21. 

Purchased from Richard J. Reld, 1940. 

MS 62-1630 



Reid, Richard J collector. 

Papers, 1770-1910. 

2 ft 

In University of Virginia Library (550, 38-346, etc.) 

Correspondence, accounts, receipts, ledgers, other business records, 
family records, legal papers, a weather calendar (1860-63), and other 
papers and records of various persons, firms, and institutions of 
Southside Virginia, particularly of Pittsylvania, Franklin, and Hali- 
fax Counties, concerning hotels, land, railroads, schools, churches, 
slavery, tobacco, politics, the Civil War, and other aspects of eco- 
nomic and social life. Includes records (68 Items, 1871-78) of the 
Staunton River School District; records (2 v., 1790-1832) of the 
County line Baptist Church in Pittsylvania County; letters and 
circulars (1790-1830) of the Pittsylvania County Clerk; a history of 
Danville, 1795-1877, by George Washington Dame; Confederate post 



office accounts In Halifax County; records of the Barksdale (1780- 
1860), Holland (1830-80), Hubbard (1810-60), Martin, Overstreet 
(1783-1843), and Spraggin (1810-50) families; and correspondence, 
business records, and other papers of Preston Bowker (1819-55) , J. H. 
Carrington (1854-55), Henry Eaton Coleman, Dabney Cosby (1830- 
50), John W. Daniel, Joseph Dickinson & Pleasant (1817-60), Easley 
and Hurt, W. O. J. Finney (1850-90), John W. Guerrant (1845-60), 
Levi and William Harris (1830-70), Benjamin Harrison, Peter D. 
Holland, Frederick W. M Holllday, John Hook (1774-1810), E. H. 
Hurt, Richard Jones, Fttzhugh Lee, W. P. Maxey, John Peter 
Mettauer, James Mitchell, R. H. Moody, Beverley B. Munf ord, D. C. 
Ragsdale 4 Co. and Bagsdale, Carrington & Co. (1770-1858), Blchard 
Randolph, G. S. S. Reld, Langhorne Scruggs (1840-1900), ±.nne 
Thompson, George Tucker, William Tunstall (1780-1850), Georg* H. 
West & Co., West and Hurt, and James M. Whittle (1835-80). 
The material Is related to the library's Asa Holland collect: 
Described in the *"""«' report of the archivist Universitj .: 
Virginia Library, 8th (1987-88) p. 10 and 32; and 9th (M88-^ 
p. 8-9. 

Gifts and purchases, 1931-54. 

MS 62-1631 



Dobie, David Fowler, 5. 1840. 

Papers, 1862-65. 

100 items. 

In University of Virginia Library (989 and 10S6) 

Army officer, of Plattsburg, N. T. Correspondence, general orders, 
reports, ordnance Invoices, and other papers of Captain Dobie whUe 
serving as Judge Advocate General of the 118th N. Y. Infantry In the 
Civil War. 

Acquired, 1940-41. 

MS 62-1632 

Clow (Andrew) and Company, Philadelphia. 

Records, 1785-1831. 

115 Items. 

In University of Virginia Library (776) 

Letters to Andrew Clow and Company, merchants, to Arthur Jones 
of Edenton, N. C, and others, from merchants in Alexandria, Fred- 
ericksburg, Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Richmond, Va., and George- 
town, D. C, regarding credit service charges, etc; together with 
bills of exchange (1788-93) drawn on Andrew Clow and Company by 
various Virginia merchants, Including William Wilson & Co. and 
Josiah Watson & Co. 

Described In the Annual report of the archivist, University of 
Virginia Library, 1939-40, p. 19. 

Purchase, 1940. 

MS 62-1633 

Harrison family. 

Papers of the Harrison, Smith, and Tucker families, 1790- 

1936. 

18 ft 

In University of Virginia Library (3825 ; 3847) 

In part transcripts and microfilm. 

Correspondence, diaries, account books, notebooks, lecture notes, 
literary MS., and other papers, of three faculty families of the Uni- 
versity of Virginia. Much of the correspondence deals with univer- 
sity life and personalities. Includes Professor Gessner Harrison's 
lecture notes and an account of his estate; Professor Francis Henry 
Smith's account books and natural philosophy notes; MS. of Profes- 
sor George Tucker's unpublished novel, A century hence (1841), and 
his autobiography ( Jan.-Mar. 1858) ; letters of Professor Charles W. 
Kent from Woodrow Wilson ; and correspondence relating to the un- 
veiling of a portrait of John R. Thompson (1899) and to Kent's posi- 
tion as literary editor of the Library of southern literature. Also 
prominent in the collection are Gessner Harrison's father. Dr. Peachey 
Harrison, and wife, Elizabeth Lewis Carter Tucker Harrison ; their 
daughter, Mary Harrison Smith; and Betty Lewis Carter. Other 
topics include a survey of General Alexander Brown's lands in Nelson 
Co Va. ; a University of Virginia program for athletic events (1870) ; 
an article by D. G. Harrison praising John E. Massey's stand on Vir- 
ginia political issues (1873) ; and an article concerning the life of 
Robert Emmet Other correspondents and persons mentioned include 
Edwin A. Alderman, Lucy Brockenbrough, E. B. Bryan, George Wash- 
ington Cable, Charles Carter, Mattle L. Cocke, John W. Daniel, Lau- 
rence Fielding, John Fox, Jr., Ellen Glasgow, Armistead C. Gordon, 
George W. Green, Thomas Wentworth Hlgginson, Eleanor Parke 
Custis Lewis, Andrew Jackson Montague, Socrates Maupln, Matthew 
Fontaine Maury, R. Walton Moore, John S. Mosby, Walter Ones 
Page, William E. Peters, John Garland Pollard, G. H. Sass, Frederick 
Wilmer Sims, Edward B. Smith, J. Howard Smith, Summerfield 
Smith, Beverley D. Tucker, Harry St George Tucker, Maria Ball 
Carter Tucker, and Lyon G. lyler. The material is related to the 
library's Robert Lewis Harrison papers and Gessner Harrison papers. 

Gift and deposit 1943-56. 

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Garnett family. 

Papers, 1720-1951. 

4ft. 

In University of Virginia Library (38-45, 1719, 1883, and others) 

Cone^pondence, accounts, ledger, deeds. Indentures, articles, school 
copybooks, and other papers. The early materials concern James 
Garnett, Muscoe Garnett, Bobert Selden Garnett, Muscoe Bnssell 
Hunter Garnett, and others, and contain genealogical sketches of the 
Mercer, Garnett, and related families. The papers of James Mercer 

SSJ?!5. Jo 5i ^S? 1 !?..?' Sotal o^ Later Papers relate to James 
Mercer Garnett (1840-1916), professor of English at the University 
of Virginia, and his family, and include his diary (1864), and infor- 

n i a -5? n _, on "JS 6 " for Confederate armaments, life at the University 
of Virginia, Civil War Incidents, foreign missions (1901-06) postwar 

?fS^? e J?S B il? I "^H. onS! and life at the American Embassy in 
Lisbon (1888-89). Other correspondents and persons mentioned in- 
clude John Brockenbrough, James Mercer Garnett (b. 1872), Kate 

Bi^.fo£, ^"iy" 1 ?*£?,?• W 'J"»'» Lel«». Mary Garnett Mitchell, 
Richard Stanford, and William Winston Seaton. 

Gift of Mrs. J. Clayton Mitchell, 1938-51, and others. 

MS 62-1635 

Blackford family. 

Pap?rs, 1841-1049. 

2ft 

In University of Virginia Library. 
t Co r«sipondeace, diaries, notebooks, plantation journal (Feb. 1869- 
jan. 1870), inventories of personal property (1809-11), poems, songs, 
and other papers of the Blackford family of I^chbure Va Tire 
collection relates to William Matthews Blackford (1801-1864) and 
^L^fSfl'f ""S-S? £ Colombia (1843-48), social and political 
STw'.SSS? .^., 01 ^ 1 .SH bi .? les ' genealogy and reminiscences of 
the Blackford and related families, the University of Virginia, vari- 

re ™J? la< ^2. rd s lrtta - Mary Berkeley Minor Blackford, andhis 
^oT^S T^mf^ ^- ^rlcal MS. of Wy^dhS, Robert 
son on Virginia, secession, and the Civil War (1876-85) ; Raleigh 
Colston's memoir of his sister, Anne Fisher Colston Minor ; and poems 
of Gay and Wnuam W. Blackford and of St Leger Landon Cuter 
Otter correspondents and persons mentioned include Lewis A. Armi- 
stead, Benjamin Lewis Blackford. Charles Minor Blackford, Engene 
Blackford, Launcelot Minor Blackford, Lucy Landon Blackford DaVls, 
Samuel Garland, Gray Latham, Dan Halsey, Watklns Leigh, and John 
t>. Minor. 

GmaSd &^^ hem Utenly messen S er ' T - 9 (Sept 1843) 

MS 62-1636 

Houston, Samuel, 1793-1868. 
Papers, 1830-60. 
50 items. 
In Baylor University Library 

anaafvtrSortf %£*»* " Tei "* * "■ SaUm *- **»> 
Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Gilt 

MS 62-1637 
Cannedy, T E 

Papers, 1892-1955. 

100 items. 

In Baylor University Library. 

Author. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions 

Gift of the Cannedy family. 

MS 62-1638 
Flavin, John, 1819-1883. 
Papers, 1862. 
76 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Physician. Medical certificates sent to Dr. FartlL examining sur- 
geon for Dane Co, Wis, during the am War, by local ptoadau who 
had examined men to determine their fitness roVmlUtaiy<ruty7 

MS 62-1639 

Fitch, Michael Hendrick, 5. 1837 

Papers, 1861-69. 

30 items and 1 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
.™S2f o'C 01011 * 1 Jl*«* <»f the 21st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, 
consisting of a war diary (1864-65), the original muster roll of the 
Prescott Guards (1861), and some correspondence. 

MS 62-1640 



Fond du Lac Gas Liffht Company, Fond du Zae, Wis. 
Records, 1873-1900. 
8 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections, 
one volume of subscribers' names with amounts of 2as uwrf lRrt- 
79; and 6 letter books (1879-1900) containing sn^nte^eSs^S 

MS 62-1641 

Gallup, Andrew, 1830-1919. 

Papers, 1861-1909. 

6Si:i>l:s. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Civil War officer of Sharon, Wis. Mainly certificates, clothing and 
equipment returns, and other documents of Gallup, captain of Co K 
6th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, in the Civil War. ' 

MS 62-1642 

Webb and Edgecomb. 

Records, 1823-39. 

v£SS^SSS^) L " ,ra,7 • 00 " eCOon °' Besl0Ml HistOTr " Dd 
Asheries accounts and record of Revolutionary pensions payments.: 

MS62-li43 

Walker, Murray. 

Papers, 1864-1908. 

1116 items. 
tt *° Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History ants 
University Archives (328) 

Correspondence, fc x receipts, monthly statements, promissory notes, 
shares in the Bonny Hill Cheese Factory, certificates, receipts, court 
summons, and photos. Includes three account books (1888-1904) of 
Murray Wilbur, a farmer of Bath, N.X. »=-*•<»•/ <«. 

MS 62-1644 

U. S. Selective Service System {1917-1919) New Tori. 
Records of District Board no. 1, Watkins Glen, K. Y., 

4 v. and 3 folders. 

UnlveSr? ArSv^i^""" 7, ° <>lleCtl0n * ^^ H ' St0IT Md 
Regulations, minutes, and other records. 

MS 62-1645 

Townsend, Isaiah, 1777-1837. 
Business records, 1802-09. 
77 items. 

U^eSryl^vesTlir™ 17 ' C ° lleCti ° n <* ^^ ™*W "- 
Business letters and accounts of a merchant of Albany. 

MS 62-1646 

Tibbetts, J Warren, 8. 1848. 

Business records, 1887-89. 
2 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History (441) 
Ithtca^TV * ^ f ° r * macntoery andTSrdware Imstoessta 

MS 62-1647 

Taintor (S.) Company, Le Roy, JV. T. 
Records, 1734-1885. 
182 items and 3 v 

xft&sjEisrffi "*"* 0onect,on - Besum * Htetm7 — 

Hardware and farm accounts, mainly 1853-85. 

MS 62-1648 

Syracuse Dry Goods Company, Syracuse, IV. T. 
Records, 1896-1928. 
2 v. and 1 box. 
. In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (392) ^^ 

Correspondence, documents, and" accounts. 

MS 62-1649 



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Smithville Mffl. 

Records, 1889-1916. 

1650 items and 16 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (140) 

Grocery store and feed mill accounts from Greene and Smithville, 

Chenango Co- N. Y. 

MS 62-1650 



Civilian Defense Volunteer Office, Milwaukee. 
Records, 1942-43. 
l boi. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Correspondence, reports, and memoranda relating to civilian de- 
fense activities during World War n under the chairmanship of Mrs. 
Thomas L. Tolan. 

MS 62-1651 



Cole, Timothy, 1852-1931. 
Letters, 1884-1922. 
ca. 70 items. 

In Newark Public Library. 

Artist and engraver. Letters written to editor Whittle, about work 
undertaken in Europe for Century magazine, containing information 
on wood engraving for reproduction. 
Mainly gift of Mr. Whittle, 1819. 

MS 62-1652 

Bernays, Thelka Mary, £..1856. 

Papers, ca. 1870-1930. 

ca. 300 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Correspondence, clippings, 2 scrapbooks, and translations, including 
material relating to literary figures in St Louis early in the 20th 
century. Some of the material Is in German. Correspondents Include 
ZoS Aklns, George S. Johns, Orrlck Johns, William Marlon Beedy, and 
Sara Teasdale. 

Gift 

MS 62-1653 



Belcher family. 

Papers, 1834-85. 

ca. 50 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Letters of William H and Charles Belcher of St Louis to their 
brother Nathan in New London, Conn., and other family correspond- 
ence, concerning family affairs and genealogy, the *i?li'>»«w Sugar He- 
nnery in St Louis, and the 1849 cholera epidemic and fire. 

Gift, 1957. 

MS 62-1654 

Richer (L L.) Company, New Berlin, N. Ti 
Accounts, 1890-1905. 
ca. 12,500 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Beglonal History and 
University Archives (S9C, H) 
Flour, feed, and grain accounts. 

MS 62-1655 

Putnam, Henry C 

Papers, 1858-1904. 

490 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Beglonal History and 
University Archives (8) 

Chiefly letters from Ezra Cornell, J. W. Dwlght Charles B. Lam- 
born, Henry W. Sage, C. S. Sargent J. W. Williams, and W. A. Wood- 
ward, officials of Cornell University, to Putnam, the university land 
agent in Wisconsin. 

MS 62-1656 



Pratt family. 

ixpsrs, 1758-1903. 

48 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Beglonal History and 
University Archives (223) 

Correspondence and other papers (chiefly 1853-1903) of a famil y 
living in the New York City area. Includes four documents (1758-79) 
relating to Joseph Lawrence, and a George Clinton autograph (1784 ). 
Correspondents lnOu*te Dallas B., Horace K, James B-, and Lawrence 
KPratt 

Gift of Mrs. Bichard B. Leng. 

MS 62-1657 



Parker, Samuel J 

Papers, 1823-ca. 1897. 

2v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Beglonal History and 
University Archives (54F) 

MSS. entitled Papers relating to the history of the Presbyterian 
Church, Ithaca, N. Y. (consisting of copies of letters, certificates, 
sermons, genealogy, and other items, with Parker's comments on 
each) and A picture of Ithaca, N. Y. as I saw it in childhood 
(ca, 1896) 

MS 62-1658 

Palmer, Sarah Cornelia, I. 1844. 
Papers, 1813-97. 
96 Items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (191) 
' Business and family letters and papers from Monterey, Schuyler 

" MS 62-1659 

Miller family. 

Papers, 1773-1908. 

60 items and 1 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Beglonal History and 
University Archives (137, 124, 276) 

In part, photocopies. 

Deeds, certificates of membership In various fraternal organiza- 
tions, and photocopies of letters relating to Ingham University and 
to Miller's Corners (now Ionia), N. Y. 

MS 62-1660 

Maydole (David) and Company, Norwich, N. T. 
Records, 1888-1910. 

2167 items and 134. v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Beglonal History and 
University Archives (39A, D) 
Gristmill accounts. 

MS 62-1661 

MeCaO, Ansel J I. 1816, collector. 

Bath collection, 1802-1924. 
364 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Beglonal History and 
University Archives (222F, G) 

Deeds, clippings, miscellaneous papers, and photos, relating to 
Bath, N. Y. and vicinity, collected by Ansel J. and James McCall. 

MS 62-1662 



Jones (John G.) and Company, Trenton, If. T. 
Records, J815-91. 
25 Items and 33 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of ihffan»i History and 
University Archives (IS) 
. General store accounts and family correspondence. Includes letters 
: of the Bev. Morris J. Williams. 

MS 62-1663 



6. 1822. 



Hoffman, George W 

Papers, 1853-82. 
10 items and 2 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Beglonal History and 
University Archives (63) 

Diary and farm accounts of a resident of Xumira, N. Y. 

MS 62-1664 



Hector Fruit Grower's Association. 

Records, 1927-32. 
378 items and 3 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Beglonal History and 
University Archives (29) 
Correspondence and accounts. 

MS 62-1665 



Hastings, J M 

Papers, 1875. 

lv. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Beglonal History and 
University Archives (116) 

General store accounts and clippings of a resident of Broome Co, 
K.Y. 

MS 62-1666 



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Harding Brothers, Breesport, iV. T. 
Records, 1884-1915. 
2615 Items and 26 v. 

In Cornell University library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (55) 

Correspondence and general store accounts. 

MS 62-1667 



Goddard, Solomon. 

Papers, 1842-1918. 

860 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (133, 475) 

Businessman of Traxton, Cortland Co., N. T. Correspondence and 
personal and business papers. Includes Civil War enlistment docu- 
ments, patent assignments, tar receipts, and Mil of costs for a land 
Investment in Cerro Gordo, Worth Co., Iowa. 

MS 62-1668 



Fank, Jacob. 

Papers, 1865-1908. 

96 IliMIIK. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
Archives University (487) ™»u,ry ana 

Bankbook and miscellaneous papers of Dean and Jacob Funk of 
McLean Co., HI. 

MS 62-1669 

Field, William R 

Papers, 1851-81. 
1 box. 

Uni I ?eSrA^es B (4S.) IJhrarT - C0UKa ° n * Z** 00 * m ^ — 
Correspondence of William B. Field of Pittstowa. N T nnrt mr. 
respondence and diary of Mary Hyde FiSd^fNewTork. 

MS 62-1670 



Englis (C. M.) Company, Brooklyn, If. T. 

Records, 1860-1922. 

2767 items and 5 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (280) "" 

_ Correspondence, specifications, contracts, inventories, and draw- 
ings for such ships as Sagamore, Governor Cobb, Hendrick Hudson. 
Trojan^ Rensselaer, Yale, Harvard, Clermont. Storm Bane, Adiron- 
dack. Princeton, and C. W. Morse, mostly built for the Hudson River 
lines. 

MS 62-1671 



Demarest, H P 

Business records, 1905-11. 
88 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (38G) 

Accounts of a fruit farm In Norwich, Chenango Co, N. T. 

MS 62-1672 



Cnrran, Obadiah B 

Papers, 1834-82. 
19 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (54B) 

Personal, general store, and real estate accounts, assessment rolls, 
and^ secretary's books (1880-82) of the Torrent H«Tco, Ithacai 

MS62-I673 



Macaulay, Catharine (Sawbridge) 1731-178L 
Papers. 

6v. 

In New Tork Historical Society collections 

English historian. Copies of letters to Thomas Wilson and MS. 
ex Mrs. Macaulay's History of England (1763-83) 

MS 62-1674 



Wakeman, Bnrr. 

Business records, 1830-55. 

2v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

TcSoSirtEt 10, "" dayb00k and * ,nrma (M3 ^ 3) o£ a New 

MS 62-1675 

Shrewsbury, iV. /. 
Records, 1743-1848. 

2v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
/•fSSii P00r b00k ' ln<:lndln e «»d records, and an account book 

MS 62-1676 

Murray, John, 1741-1815. 
Letters, 1799-1811. 
20 Items and 1 v. 

In New Tork Historical Society collections. 
Founder of Universalism In America. Letters to Jacob Clinch 
and to William Palmer. 

MS 62-1677 



Fleming, John, treasurer of New Tork City. 
Letters, 1819-25. 
41 items. 
In New Tork Historical Society collections. 



McNeil, John, 1784-1850. 

Correspondence, 1812-42. 

47 items. 

In New Tork Historical Society collections. 

Army officer, letters written to McNeil while 1 



MS 62-1678 



is In the Army. 
MS 62-1679 



Clarkson, John, 1764-1828. 

Journals, 1791-92. 

2v. 

In New Tork Historical Society collections. 

British naval officer and Governor of Sierra Leone. Journals of 
Clarkson's missions to America (1701-02) and to Africa (1782) re- 
lating to the slave trade. 

MS 62-1680 



Cornell University. CoUege of Architecture. 
Records, 1898-1905. 
7 Items and 5 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (197) 

Letter copybooks, building specifications, and a letter by Andrew 
Dickson White on a proposed building for the main quadrangle. 

MS 62-1681 



Clark (Ethan) and Son, Oxford, N. T. 
Records, 1821-56. 
ca. 3130 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (39G) 
General store accounts. 

MS 62-1682 



Clapp, Benjamin. 

Business records, 1864-72. 

2179 Items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
Archives (313) 

Correspondence, prices current, bills, and receipts of Benjamin 
Clapp and Associates, Salem, Washington Co, N. T, and account 
books of a produce business operated by Clapp & McMurray, Clans ft 
Son, Clapp & Beatae, and David Jones. 

MS 62-1683 



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Churchill, Alfred Land. 

Papers, 1847-95. 

l box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (613) 

Correspondence, accounts, surveys, and other papers relating to 
the costs of military warrants ( purchased for 11,570 acres of land In 
Iowa), commissions, locating and surveying lands, Interest and taxes, 
breaking sod, ditching, seeding, and wages. Includes correspondence 
between Churchill, his brother Seldon Churchill, and his agents. 

MS 62-1684 



Payne, David Lewis, 1836-1884. 
Papers, 1879-84. 

4ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Leader of the Oklahoma Boomers. Correspondence, reports, and 
newspaper clippings relating to Payne's role in the colonization of the 
nnassigned lands in the Indian Territory. 

MS 62-1685 



Great Plains Conference on Higher Education, University 
of Oklahoma, 1956. 

Records, 1956. 

2ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence of delegates, speeches, reports, financial material, 
guides, and other papers produced by the conference which focused 
Its attention on the question **What distinctive cultural service, both 
traditional and newly conceived, may our universities and colleges 
render to the Great Plains?' as accumulated by Paul 6. Hagglers, 
chairman of the conference. 

MS 62-1686 

Overton, B P 

Papers, 1874-1906. 

212 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Governor of the Chickasaw Nation. Correspondence and political 
papers relating to Overton's attempts to control the movement of 
Anglo-American cattlemen and planters into the Chickasaw Nation. 

MS 62-1687 



Church family. 

Papers, 1838-1936. 

356 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
Archives (325) 

Correspondence, deeds, mortgages, and accounts of a farm family 
in Steuben Co., N. Y. . 

MS 62-1688 

Catharine Township papers, 1803-49. 
44 Items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (68) 

Political papers and miscellaneous matexlaL 

MS 62-1689 

Catchpole (A.) Company, Geneva, N. T. 

Records, 1872-1906. 

140 items and 20 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (571) 

Correspondence, accounts, bills, broadsides, circulars, pamphlets, 
and trade cards relating to the manufacturing of heating apparatus by 
the A. Catchpole Co. and others. Includes school registers (1893-96) 
for Aurellus, N. Y. 

MS 62-1690 

Came, Charles. 

Letters, 1846-60. 

75 Items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (662) 

A series of electrocopled letters from Came, of Plttsford, N. Y, to 
his wife relating to his lectures throughout New York on electro-mag- 
nettsm and galvanism, his electric treatments for disease, his exhibi- 
tion of a "sleeping man" in New York City, and the difficulty of mak- 
ing a living. 

MS 62-1691 



Brooktondale papers, 1818-66. 

lbox. _ 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional iJstory and 
University Archives (39A) 

Miscellaneous personal notes, leases, and receipts. 
Gift of Amy Munson. 

MS 62-1692 



Brayton family. 

Journals, 1829-73. 

6v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (602) 

Diaries and albums of young women at select schools and of their 
families. 

MS 62-1693 



Boyle, James Ernest, 1873-1938, collector. 
Accounts, 1737-1908. 
95 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (393) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Accounts for commodities, farm produce and labor, and various 

*"**• MS62-1694 



Balcom family. 

Papers, 1838-1917. 

5 boxes. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (484, 584) 

Diaries (1879-81) describing life In Oxford, Chenango Co, N. Y„ 
account books of Samuel Balcom of Bath, N. Y„ accounts (1839-68) 
of newspaper and magazine subscribers, general and farm accounts 
(1843-46), carpenter's accounts (1848-61), labor accounts (1868), 
sawmill accounts (1870-72) and other miscellaneous material. 

MS 62-1695 



American Balsa Company, inc. 

Records, 1917-23. 

6 boxes. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (626) 

Papers concerning the organization of the American Balsa Corpo- 
ration In 1917, the Investigation (1918-20) by Professor WlUard W. 
Rowlee of balsa woods in Central and South America, the absorption 
of the corporation by the American International Corporation, and 
the later expansion as the American Balsa Co. Includes papers re- 
lating to specifications, characteristics, uses, and production, along 
with botanical discussions by Rowlee and bis associates. 

MS 62-1696 

Eckert, Leone W 

Papers of Leone W. Eckert and Wayne Hodges, 1955. 

1 box. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations 
collections. 

Papers collected for a study conducted for the Council for the 
Advancement of Secondary Education on the economic content of 
company house organs and union Journals. 

MS 62-1697 rev 



McLain, Raymond S 1890-1954. 

Papers, 1917-54. 
25 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence, maps, military papers, and photos, reflecting Mo 
Laln's rise from a private to lieutenant general in the U. S. Army. 

MS 62-1698 



Gnenther, Richard William, 1845-1913. 
Papers, 1878-1910. 
56 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Politician and diplomat Correspondence and memorabilia. In- 
cluding several letters from Carl Schurz and one from Susan B. 
Anthony. 

MS 62-1699 



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Fricke, William A 1857-1927. 

Papers, 1867-1928. 

14 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

A volume entitled The evolution of Insurance, by Dr Fricke of 
Milwaukee, State insurance commissioner, together with letters of 
economists and state officials endorsing Fricke's views. 

MS 62-1700 

Kahlenberg, Louis, 1870-1941. 
Correspondence, 1900-39. 
12 boxes. 

Instate Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
*- ?SS easor of •. ch *5?"P T v Correspondence of Kahlenberg, from 1886 
to »40 a member of the Department of Chemistry of to Universltv 
of Wisconsin andfor 11 yelrslts duUrm^SneernlnFl^emrof 
research, aoministratlon, pnblicationsT^Q^emennf sroaenS! 

MS 62-1701 



Chnbbndt, Jerome W 

Correspondence, 1837-97, 1931. 
71 Items. 

I n Sta te Historical Society of Wisconsin conertions 
Newspaperman of Milwaukee and Wausau, wis. Letters written 
to Chubbuck by his sister, Emily E. Chubbuck Judson, and other 

MS 62-1702 

International Society of Christian Endeavor. 

Local societies' replies to questionnaires, 1895-97. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Entries on forms Issued to the societies in Protestant churches, 
giving information on the date of organization, officers, members, de- 
nominations of churches with which the societies were affiliated, and 
other matters. 

MS 62-1703 



Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society. 

Gila County collection, 1880-1920. 

SO items. 

In Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society collections (Tucson, Ariz.) 

Correspondence, records relating to the Arizona Eastern Railroad 
Do. versus John H. Davis, and legal documents (1894). Includes let- 
ters pertaining to the Van Dyke<lordova case, and letters written 
between Hoveland and L. L. Hayden. 

MS 62-1704 

Passamaqaoddy Indians. 

Records, 1775-1912. 

113 items. 

In Museum of the American Indian Library 

Correspondence, tribal lists, copies of petitions, provision lists, and 
other papers, of the Passamaquoddy Indians of Pleasant Point Me, 
and Campobello Island, New Brunswick. Includes materials the 
Passamaquoddy dialect »»«"» u» "■« 

MS 62-1705 

Quiiaiey family. 

Papers, 1763-1915. 

11 boxes. 

In Museum of the American Indian Library. 

Personal tetters, tribal records, lists, and other papers, primarily 
the i coUectlons of the family of John W. Qulnney, 1797-1855, a chief 
oJtteStockbrldge Indians. The bulk of the papers are of the period 

Partial calendar In the library. 

MS 62-1706 

looker, William Wallace, 1848-1917. 
Papers. 

43 envelopes. 

In Museum of the American Indian Library. 
Correspondence, memoranda, notes, and other papers, mostly con- 
cerning Indian place names on Long Island, N. X. 

MS 62-1707 



Keppler, Joseph, collector. 

Iroquois papers, 1882-1944. 

8 boxes. 

In Museum of the American Indian Library 

.„2*y seIr V*?™* Iettere from Seneca Indians on the Cattaraugus 
and Tonawanda reservations In New Xork. ^»uotougua 

Unpublished calendar In the library. 

MS 62-1708 



Shnmard, Evelyn H collector. 

Shumard collection, 1842-1938. 

7ft. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

Minutes (1898-1802) of the Sapulpa, Okla. Town Council, clippings 
and pamphlets on Pushmataha, John Bollin Bldge, and Will Sogers, 
photos, of Qeronimo, Kicking Bird, Quanah Parker, and Indian Terri- 
tory scenes, and other historic material. 



MS 62-1709 



Martin, Arthur John, 1850-1937. 
Papers, 1920-30. 
1 ft. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

MSS. of books and articles, mostly anti-Catholic, and scattered 
issues of the Oregon Datriot 

MS 62-1710 



McMahan, Leonard H 1866-1957. 

Papers, 1893-1948. 
2 ft 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Editor, lawyer, and reformer. Correspondence of 1286 Items, and 
other papers. Correspondents Include Thomas W. Davenport, Francis 
- J. Heney, Harry Lane, Margaret Mitchell, Thomas B. Neuhausen, 
William Simon U*Ben, John B. Waldo, and John C. Young. 

.MS 62-1711 



Wilson, Florence L 

Letters, 1884-85. 

41 Items. 

In Museum of the American Indian Library. 

Letters written by Florence L. Wilson while teaching at the Puna 
Agency In Sacaton, Ariz, to her family in Wllloughby Ohio In- 
cludes originals and copies made in 1842. 

MS 62-1712 



MacGowan, Alexander B 

Letters, 1862-87. 

30 items. 

In Museum of the American Indian Library. 

Letters to his son, George (IS items, 1878-87) from Arizona 
Territory and Sacketts Harbor, N. X, to his wife (7 Items, 1862) 
from Arizona Territory, and to his sister (3 Items, 1877-78) durlne 
Nez Perce War. Includes 2 Army orders. 

MS 62-1713 



Sears, Alfred B 

Papers, 1906-54. 
225 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University professor. Keports, research notes, clippings, pam- 
phlets, bibliographies, and other papers, relating to the hlstorTof 

&TI&L10IL, 

MS62-1714 



Seay, Abraham Jefferson. 

Papers, 1862-1909. 

1 v. und 2 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Governor of Oklahoma Territory. Civil War diary, autobiographi- 
cal ^sfcetehjrf Seays public life, and a MS. biography of him Written 
Dy dark Brown. 

MS 62-1715 



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Searcy, Emmett. 

Papers, 1868-1936. 

64 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Material on Southwestern history, and 3 letters written by David 
L. Sports, clerk of Co. L, Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, describing the 
Battle of Washita. 

MS 62-1716 



Schaper, William August, 1869- 
Papers, 1900-55. 
ca.2ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University professor. Personal and business correspondence and 
other papers, chiefly relating to Schaper's dismissal from the Univer- 
sity of Minnesota faculty In 1917 because of his stand on the German 
question. 

MS 62-1717 



Russell, Campbell. 

Papers, 1905-37. 
410 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Publisher and Oklahoma State senator. Correspondence, speeches, 
MSS. of articles, dippings, political Items, and other papers. 

MS 62-1718 



Ross, Leslie P 

Papei-s. 1892-1939. 

500 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer, Oklahoma Territorial senator, and mayor of Lawton, Okla. 
Chiefly letters to Boss which reflect his prominence In the appoint- 
ment to territorial patronage positions. Correspondents Include Jose- 
phus Daniels, Boy Hoffman, and William Cary Benfrow. 

MS 62-1719 

Ross, John, Cherokee Chief, 17901-1866. 
Papers, 1815-66. 
212 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Correspondence, speeches, 
reports, and proclamations, relating to Boss' efforts to maintain a con- 
servative policy in Cherokee relations with the United States and the 
Confederate States of America. 

MS 62-1720 

Rogers, William Charles, Cherokee Chief. 
Pap-i-?, 1893-1912. 
835 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Leases, material relating 
to allotments In severalty, the Cherokee Delegation In Washington, 
and the Cherokee constitution, and other papers. 

MS 62-1721 

Randall, William B 

Bus'ness records, 1905-29. 

56 items. 

In University of Oklahoma' Library. 

Oilman. Oil field memoranda and business papers. 

MS 62-1722 



Ransom, Will, 1878-1955. 
Papers, 1847-1905, 
159 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. ,.„._, „ 

Typographer. Letters describing a packet boat trip (1847), diary 
(1847-59) relating to life and travel In the West, Civil War material, 
historical papers, and photos. 

MS 62-1723 

Redwine Trading Company, Sptro, Okla. 
Records, 1896-1925. 
15ft 
. In University of Oklahoma Library. * 

Journals, account books, daybooks, cotton books, and other business 
papers which contain a complete history of the firm. 

* MS 62-1724 



Rinsland, Henry Daniel, 1889- 
Papers, 1918-50. 
2ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University professor. Research notes on testing, and other papers 
on vocabulary and spelling tests. 

MS 62-1725 



Robertson, James Brooks Ayres. 
Papers, 1918-23. 
8ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Governor of Oklahoma. Correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, and 
political papers, reflecting the nature of Oklahoma politics In the 
aftermath of the European War. 

MS 62-1726 

Ralls, Joseph 6 1864- 

Papers, 1870-1924. 
13 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer, politician, and Oklahoma State official. Correspondence, 
briefs, transcripts of court testimony, ledger, bills, receipts, and other 
legal papers, chiefly relating to Indian affairs. 

MS 62-1727 

Pruitt Cotton Gin, Lindsay, Okla. 

Records, 1926-46. 

10 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Daily gin reports, weight records, ledgers containing accounts with 
customers, bank balances, bills, bins of exchange, checks, receipts re- 
lating to expenses, loans, and labor, invoices, shipping notices, and 
other records reflecting finances and the downward trend in ginning 
and the production of cotton. 

MS 62-1728 



Porter, Pleasant, Creek Chief. 
Papers, 1871-1902. 
840 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal Chief of the Creek Nation. Correspondence, speeches, 
and proclamations relating to the Sequoyah Convention and the 
general problems at the time. 

MS 62-1729 



Pond, Mrs. J C collector. 

Pond collection. 1936-51. 
62 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

History of the Medford Methodist Episcopal Church, map of the 
Chisholm Trail, and papers relating to local history. 

MS 62-1730 

Pitchlynn, Peter Perkins, Choctaw Chief, 1806-188L 
Papers, 1825-77. 
64 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation. Correspondence, speeches, 
clippings, and political papers relating to Pitchlynn's public services. 

MS 62-1731 



Peterson, Horace Cornelius, 1902-1952. 
Papers. 1900-39. 
oft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University professor. Documents, proofs, research m at eri al, and 
other papers relating to Peterson's book. Propaganda for war (1939), 
together with scrapbooks of letters received from readers of this book. 

MS 62-1732 

Perryman, Legus Choteau, Creek Chief, i. 1838. 
Papers, 1887-1907. 
46 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal Chief of the Creek Nation. Correspondence, speeches, 
and proclamations reflecting Creek politics daring the allotment 
period. 

MS 62-1738 



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Perryman, J M Creek Chief. 

Papers, 1883-1901. 

40 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

Principal Chief of the Creek Nation. Correspondence, speeches, 
and political papers relating to the aftermath of the Green Peach 
War, a full-blood vs. mixed-blood controversy in the Creek Nation 
over the control of the Creek tribal government 

MS 62-1734 

Peden, Preston, 1914- 

Papers. 1946-49. 

32 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer and V. S. Representative from Oklahoma. Correspondence, 
political material, newsletters, mailing lists, printed matter, and other 
Congressional papers. 

MS62-1735 

Pearson, Robert Shelton. 

Papers, 1925-50. 

40 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Artist Personal correspondence, MSS. of Pearson's poetry and 
autobiography, scrapbooks, and photos, chiefly relating to the state of 
the arts in Oklahoma during territorial and later years. 

MS 62-1736 

Kraettli, Emit Rudolph. 

Papers, 1902-52. 

2 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University official. Civic correspondence and papers, minute book 
of the Senate Literary Society, and photos, relating to the early days 
of the University of Oklahoma. 

MS 62-1737 

Isparhecher, Creek Chief, 1828 (ca.)-1902. 

Papers, 1891-1902. 

136 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal Chief of the Creek Nation. Correspondence, speeches, 
and political papers, some of which relate to the Crazy Snake upris- 
ing. 

MS 62-1738 



Wheeler, Edith Flower, collector. 

Papers, 1776-1878. 

49 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (374) 

In part transcripts. 

Includes 28 Civil War letters, to and from Edward Branch, of 
Madison, Ohio, describing campaigns, officers, and political figures; 
two notes (1779) of the Continental Loan Office of Massachusetts 
Bay; miscellaneous material on George W. Samson's Temperance 
Tavern, Moravia, N. Y.; Simeon Samson's commission (1778) and 
accounts (1830-33) 

MS 62-1739 



Adams, Moses Newton, 1822-1902. 

Papers, 1853-79. 

10 boxes! 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Clergyman and Indian agent Reports, contracts, bonds, and 
vouchers kept by Adams as Indian agent to the Slsseton Sioux In 
South Dakota; rolls of minutes of councils held with the Indians ; 
a brief autobiographical sketch; and a MS. copy of a Dakota lexicon. 

Gift of Newton B. Frost, 1920. 

MS62-1740 

Austin, Horace, 1831-1905. 

Correspondence, 1870-1905. 

60 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Governor of Minnesota, Letters relating to political matters dur- 
ing Austin's governorship (1870-74) and when he was third auditor 
of the U. S. Treasury, to civil service reform, to the Tilden-Hayes 
campaign, and to other subjects. Includes two requests for "carpet- 
Bag" positions In the South and letters from Andrew B. McGUL 

Gift of Herbert Austin. 

MS 62-1741 



Baillif, Matilda Victorine, 1883- 

Papers, 1848-1929. 

Witums. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence with relatives in France and others, genealogical 
records used in the preparation of a volume on the Lavocat family In 
S m ?.'i ca !_/" ld an autobiographical sketch In French by JeanPierre 
Baillif, with a translation by Matilda Baillif, dealing with BaililTs 

S^^S ^ time , "S "*" Fran ^ e in 1835 nntfl "* MM*! on Lake 
SS?^lr. 18 t? ", nd discassin e the customs of the Siour Indians 
bift of Miss Baillif. 

MS 62-1742 

Bancroft, John EarL 

Papers, 1857-68. 

I boi. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Minutes of meetings (1857-60) of the Mantorville Lodge of the 
Independent Order of Good Templars, and account books and sub- 
scription lists of the Mantorville express, which was published by 
Bancroft 

Gift of G. S. Bancroft, from the estate of Nettie Bancroft 

MS 62-1743 

Baxter, Luther Loren, 1832-1915. 

Papers. 1853-1911. 

1 box. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Judge. Correspondence and Baxter's routine reports as an officer 
in Minnesota regiments during the Civil War. Includes a letter on 
the freedmen in Mississippi and letters by Horace Austin, Andrew 
G. Chatfleld, William R. Merriam, and Knute Nelson in reirard to 
local politics in Minnesota. 

Gift of Bertha Baxter. 

MS 62-1744 

Smith, Christopher, of Jamaica, N. T. 
Letters, 1779. 
44 Items. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
Letters to Evert Bancker. 



Gerrish and Barrel], Boston. 
Letter book, 1738-60. 
l v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
Chiefly letters of John Barrell. a Boston merchant 



MS 62-1745 



MS 62-1746 



Stevenson, Jonathan Drake, 1800-1894. 
Papers, 1846-48. 

3 v. . . 

In New York Historical Society collections. . 

Army officer. Letter book, general orderly book, and regimental 
orderly book, chiefly for the time Stevenson was In California with 
the 1st Begt of New York Volunteers. 

MS 62-1747 

White, Clarence H 1874-1945. 

Correspondence, 1898-1945. 
225 items. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Chautauaua manager. Includes material concerning the Ellison- 
White Bureau. 

MS 62-1748 

Jenkins, James Graham, 1834-192L 

Papers, 1855-1927. 
lv. and 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Judge, of Milwaukee. Correspondence, addresses, certificates and 
appointments, and memorials. 

MS 62-1749 

Broaddns, Bower, 1888- 

Pap-rs, 1930-49. 

8 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer and Federal judge of Oklahoma. Correspondence (per- 
sonal and general), speeches, findings Of fact and conclusions of law, 
memoranda, newspaper clippings, resolutions, and certificates. -In- 
cludes correspondence relating to Broaddns' endorsement as Federal 
judge for the Eastern District of Oklahoma. 

MS 62-1750 



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Hainer, Bayard Taylor, 1860-1933. 
Pap'TS, 1860-1933. 
70 iteuis. 

Id University of Oklahoma Library. 

Judge Personal correspondence, clippings, and business papers 
reflecting the political and legal development of the Oklahoma Terri- 
tory. 

MS6S>-1751 



Thompson, Zadock, 1796-1856. 

Papers. 1814-57. 

ca. 250 items. 

In Vermont Historical Society collections. 

Historian and scientist Letters to Thompson and Joalah Dunham 
concerning histories of Vermont towns which were later published 
In Thompson's History of Vermont (1842), meteorological data (1S41- 
43), and testimonials. 

Finding aid in the repository. 

Purchased from the estate of Richard F. Burns, 1941. 

MS 62-1752 



Washburn, Peter Thacher, 1814-1870. 

Papers of Peter T. Washburn and Stephen Koyce, 1805- 
70. 

6 boxes and 1 folder. 

In Vermont Historical Society collections. 

Governors of Vermont Warrants, deeds, petitions, court dockets. 
Governors' proclamations, commissions granted, and other legal 
papers. ^^ 

MS 62-1753 

Hubbard, Jonathan Hatch, 1768-1849. 
Papers, 1810-51. 
314 Items. 

In Vermont Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer and U. S. Representative. Correspondence, receipts, rec- 
ords of a mill dam company in Windsor, Vt, and personal papers. 
The bulk of the papers Is of the period 1820-46. 

Gift of the American Antiquarian Society, and purchase, 1987. 

MS 62-1754 rev 

Johnson, Oliver, 1809-1889. 
Papers, 1861-89. 
90 items 

In Vermont Historical Society collections. 

Abolitionist and journalist Includes letters to William Lloyd 
Garrison and Samuel X May. 

Purchased from Mary A. Benjamin, 1940. 

MS 62-1755 

Morrill, Justin Smith, 1810-1898. 

Papers, 1828-96. 

270 items. 

In Vermont Historical Society collections. 

Statesman and financier. Correspondence, notes for speeches, 
orations, essays on Alden Partridge and on temperance, and plans of 
a house in Stafford, Vt 

Gift of William M. Hatch and Harold Ooddard Busk; and rmr- 
chase; 1825-43. 

MS 62-1756 

Bemis family. 

Papers, 1831-1931. 

ca. 100 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Correspondence, 3 genealogical scrapbooks. Invitations, clippings, 
and other papers, including material on Judson A. Bemis* European 
trip, and on the Bemis Bag Co. of St Louis. Correspondents Include 
Stephen A. Bemis and his wife Jenny. 

Gift, 1953. 

MS 62-1757 



Berthold family. 

Papers, 1785-1954. 

ca. 200 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Genealogical data, deeds, receipts, marriage contracts, wills, and 
other papers of the family of Bartholomew Berthold, a St Louis mer- 
chant 

Gift 

MS 62-1758 



Bent, Silas, 1882-1945. 

Pap?rs, 1908-45. 

ca. 1000 Items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Journalist. Correspondence and other papers, concerning the 
Authors' League of .America, the Saceo-Vanzettl case, prohibition, and 
othe/ public questions of the period, 1925-45. Correspondents Include 
Bernard M. Bench, T. B. Co stain, Andrew W. Mellon, Adolph Ochs, 
Joseph Pulitzer, William Marlon Reedy, Elmer Bice, and Alfred E. 
Smith. 

Gift 

MS 62-1759 



Benoist family. 

Benoist-Charleville papers, 1706-1930. 

ca. 75 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

In part photocopies (positive) 

Correspondence, deeds of sale, tax receipts, marriage contracts, a 
divorce (1785), a commission of Antoine Gabriel Francois Benoist 
military leader in Canada, papers (1706) relating to another A. G. F. 
Benoist a painter and wax sculptor, records of Catherine Benoist, a 
family tree, other family records, and pictures, relating to the Benoist 
and Charleville families. 

Gift 

MS 62-1760 

Benham, Henry Washington, 1818-1884. 
Lettn-s, 1853-84. 
3 boxes. 

In Rutherford B. Hayes Library (Fremont Ohio) 
Letter press copybooks of letters sent by Bennam pertaining to his 
position as an engineer and Army officer; together with many photos, 
of Civil War Army Installations. 
Manuscript index In the library. 
Purchased from C. E. H. Whltlock, 1952. 

MS 62-1761 

Meyer, Arthur Simon, 1880-1955. 
Papers, 1941-51. 
lbox. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
lections. 

Chairman of the New York State Board of Mediation. Correspond- 
ence, articles, and a few arbitration awards. 

MS 62-1762 

Barry, Alfred Constantine, 1815-1888. 

Papers, 1835-1909. 

41 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Correspondence of a Universalist minister and educator. Including 
Civil War correspondence with his son, Melville A. Barry. 

MS 62-1763 
Boudinot, Elias, 1740-1821. 

Letter book, 1777-78. 

1 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

New Jersey lawyer and statesman. Letter book kept by Boudinot 
while serving as commissary general of prisoners during the Revolu- 
tion. Includes copies of his official letters written mainly from Mor- 
rlstown, N. J. and Valley Forge, Pa. 

MS 62-1764 

Goodrich, Harold Beach. 

Papers, 1876-1941. 

50 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Petroleum geologist Reports, charts, and notes and excerpts from 
magazine articles relating to the development of oil fields, on produc- 
tion, and oil companies In Oklahoma; a speech pertaining to early oil 
discoveries In the U. S. ; and clippings and pamphlets on the California 
oil story (1900-30) 

MS 62-1765 

Gassaway, Percy Lee, 1885-1937. 

Papers, 1926-42. 

ca.3ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Judge and U. S. Representative from Oklahoma. Congressional 
correspondence and speeches, together with political and election ma- 
terial. 



MS 62-1766 



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Bruce, Florence Guild, 189ft- 
Papers, 1918-65. 
136 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 
iJ^JfiSS-SSS?"*"* "* "*■ o< L"Ue of Six Shooter 

MS 62-1767 

Garber, Milton dine, 1867-1948. 
Papers, 1923-48. 
10 ft. 
In University of Oklahoma Library. 

MS 62-1768 

Fowler, David, 1877- 
Papers. 1889-1958. 
32 Items! 

In University of Oklahoma Library 
andXSi. ' i* 6 . , ? ttea *?" w «*«8 of America. Personal papers 

MS 62-1769 

Barnes, Henry L 1835-1918. 

Pap-re of Henry L. and Edgar C. Barnes. 1871-1932. 
45 ftf-uM and 6 v. *»■»«<. 

In State Historian Society of Wisconsin collections. 
JESFSZ*? ^ iP ° n ' Wis ' V***™**- individual accounts of 
riKfiWW) S.™ 1 * ?■"*» amount of Edgar Barnes- correspondence 

MS 62-1770 

Arnold, Frederick, 1811-1873. 
Papers. 1823-61. 
W items. 

JS,.^ H "* ori « I Society of Wisconsin collections 
ter^f™ L0, soap manufacturer. Oorrespoodence. including let- 
MhraXe^S "j*"*"* "•«*; legal records of land trSrsTn 
^d» k ce e ,sln n GeS 1 .' Uld ^^ t0T A "» w * »»— * Corrl 

MS 62-1771 

Barker, Jacob A 

Correspondence, 1835-54. 

79 iti-uis. 

Resign* nf IS,, 8 ^ 0t ^^^m collections, 
the £™ "of "bSSJJ "V. T L£l£" "J ««• original proprietors of 
meat of the RTcin^con^um>'^f i r^h^bo < ^?r^ ,,8 ?"#^- 

-JHK Strong, ^^\£»<jg- *-*■- 

MS 62-1772 

Johnson, Esau, 1800-1884. 

Reminiscences, 1882-84. 
54 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
1827^nu^ad. by Johnson ' wbo came t0 Gratiot's Grove, Wis., in 

MS02-1773 

Jones, Burr W 1846-1935. 

Papers, 1873-1933. 

8 v. and 1 folder. 

T^iS? ^oi? 181 Society of Wisconsin collections. 

^SVi " nd U " S- Representative from Wisconsin. Letters re- 

teUari Li^S^SS 8 ^ 8 ««*ressionai service, MSM?; se^StaS 

h^tariwl^^ 1 " 11 ! G f n T" to Aognst <* 1933 : 6 personal cash: 
books (1874-1927) and miscellaneous volumes. i~~u«i tosu 

MS 62-1774 



Jones, Jenkin Lloyd, 1843-1918 
Papers, 1859-65. 
13 itcii'-s and 10 v. 
f*iSS ate Hi «? rlcaI Society of Wisconsin collections 

MS 62-1775 

American Legion. TPiscon*m. 
Records, 1919. 
lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
.fSe'wS^in'nra'n'i 0111 " 1W " ^^ *° ^ establishment 

MS 62-1776 

Thwaites, Renben Gold, 1853-1913, collector. 

Papers regarding Jesuit relations, 1612-1900. 

10 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

Documents (1612-1865) collected for but not used In the Thwaites 
edition of Jesuit relations, together with bibliographical material and 
correspondence (1896-1800) concerning the editiniand publishing^ 

Die V 04UfiBGS> 

MS 62-1777 

Jenks, Albert Ernest, 1869- 

Correspondence, 1898-99. 

116 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

Rin^JJSUl! ^"iS ^ ltten by rnflian a* 61 * 5 ln northern Wiscon- 
to^STS E?i£ Uol, S! terri to>T and by scientists in universSes 
S51EL ni Jen ? s ? Questionnaire on the habitat and production of 
wild rice. The material forms a basis for Jenks' doctoral dissprt*HnrT 
The wild rice gatherers of the upper lato^tedh^ne^^S if 
American Ethnology's 19th Annual report, pt 2 (MOO) p~10Bm5l 

MS 62-1778 

Jackson, Bettina, 1880- 

Correspondence, 1915-25. 

46 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

.„rS2 ra v all0 ,P 0Steards sent t0 Mlss Jackson in Madison by English 
and French soldiers during and after World War l ™*™>u 

MS 62-1779 

Wisconsin. State Historical Society. 

Indian vocabularies, 1826-79. 

5 v. and 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

In part, transcript. 

bv tKL« ?££*"* jocabnlary (MM) ; a Winnebago vocabulary 
kL ^S s J-£ e ? s * and ofllers (<aL 1B85 ) ! a Menominee vocabulary 
b J^J^5 S"?S n < 18T «- re > : a Menominee and OneidfvoS 
tory (1875-79) by Frank E. Bridgman, based on Schoolcrafr^r^S?T 
and a collection of short lists erf definMont "cnoolcrarf s records ; 

MS 62-1780 

Henderson, Thomas, 1781-1846. 

Correspondence, 1805-41. 

2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

Photocopies. 

Clergyman of Great Crossings, Ky Letters 1 1K2&-41 1 _,_,^ fc 
Henderson from CoL VO^lTi^S^^S^^SaStiS, 
SSV222 7, t0 / Btner wlto a nnmbe ' tennEtoderson's^hW 
John W. Poteet at St Louis, and other family correSenV^18o£ 

MS 62-1781 

Hazelton, Gerry Whiting, 1829-1920. 
Papers, 1852-1920. 
1 box. 
In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

« a SS?« ee , la ^ yer "?■ U _!b Representative from Wisconsin. Cor- 
respondence, a diary of a two^nonth European tour in 1892. and a 

2^«»»! f / daress «- CorrespSSct mSily Sifto 
famUy^aftairs, includes a few letters from Hazelton-s iLyDncarfcoY- 

MS 62-1782 



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1840-1888. 



Hays, James B 

Papers, 1846-67. 

135 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Lawyer of Dodge Co, Wis. Land plats and conveyances, printed 
circulars, and miscellaneous papers concerning military exemptions 
and bounty fnnds for Horicon and Hubbard Town, Dodge Co, Wis., 
during tlie Civil War. 

MS 62-1783 

Catlin, John, 1803-1874. 
Papers, 1823-86. 

1 v. and 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Lawyer, politician, and railroad man of Wisconsin. Includes a few 
post office records (1837-40) of Madison, Wis., where Catlin was the 
first postmaster ; records of meetings of the trustees of the Wisconsin 
Territorial University (1838) ; papers on the organization of Minne- 
sota Territory (1848) ; some autographs ; and a Quantity of land con- 

TeyanMS - MS 62-1784 

Charleton, William, 1831-1908. 
Papers, 1820-79. 

2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Civil War records pertaining to Charleton's service as captain of 
Co. B, 11th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry; a small amount of corre- 
spondence; a few family legal papers (1820-40), and a volume of 
printed notices and notations pertaining to foreclosure sales held 
while Charleton was sheriff of Dane Co, Wis. (1877-78) 

MS 62-1785 

Gardner, Palmer, I. 1803. 

Correspondence, 1836-53. 

l box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Early settler at Spring Prairie, Wis. Letters from Gardner and his 
brother, William N. Gardner, and others, written from southeastern 
Wisconsin mainly to a brother-in-law, Dr. Evalln H. Porter, Onondago 
Comity, N. T, giving a picture of land speculation practices and early 
Milwaukee history. 

Earliest letters of the group have been published In the Wisconsin 
magazine of history, v. 18 (1934-35) p. 76-84, and 204-11. 

MS 62-1786 



Gregory, Charles Noble, 1851- 
Papers, 1878-1933. 

lbos. „ ^. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Lawyer, professor, and author. Letters from Gregory to his family 
written on several W-lps to Europe, and letters to him concerning 
social engagements, together with accounts and records kept by 
Gregory of art objects purchased, many of which are In the possession 
of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. 

MS 62-1787 

Hawes, Charles Henry, 1867-1943. 
Papers, 1899-1906. 

1 package. ^. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Notes made by Hawes, of Cambridge, Eng., on his readings con- 
cerning Siberian tribes and Sakhalin Island, and on his conversa- 
tions while in Bussia In 1901, used in preparation of his work In the 

uttermost East. 

MS 62-1788 

Hamilton, J Talmai, 1. 1815. 

Family history, 1837-77. 
litem and 1 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
A rainy history kept by Hamilton, who settled in Whitewater, 
Wis. in 1843, in which are entered diaries and letters written by nis 
wife' and himself, with comments on schoolteaching and farming oper- 
ations, as well as on the religious and economic life of the community. 

MS 62-1789 

Haines, Robert B 

Correspondence. 1838-49. 

49 p. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Transcripts (typewritten) 

Letters written chiefly in 1848 by Haine* to his relatives concern- 
ing his travels in Minnesota and other places along the upper Missis- 
sippi Klver and its tributaries while a member of a government 
geological and natural history survey team. 

MS 62-1790 



Grant, Albert Weston, 1856-1930. 
Papers, 1872-1930. 
3 box<^. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
NaTal officer. Letters of congratulation, official communications, 
social invitations, aud a logbook for the TJ. S. S. Constellation for 

partrfl8V4 " MS 62-1791 



Grand Army of the Republic Dept. of Wisconsin. 
Records, 1898. 
2v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Letters and reminiscences written to George B. Merrick, secretary 
of a special committee authorized to obtain autobiographical Informa- 
tion from Civil War soldiers. 

MS 62-1792 



Gordon, Elizabeth S 1824-1900. 

Papers, 1817-62. 

2 bows. ■■ _ . „ _l- 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Personal letters written to Miss Gordon of Cleveland, Ohio, by 

relatives and friends, and containing information on social history 

of the period Occasional letters from Sarah Pairchild, Harriet D. 

Sterling, and others at Madison, Wis., contain information on early 

Madison history and social life. 

Mb 62—1793 



Glenn (Robert) and Company, Wydbusing, Wis. 
Records, 1850-58. 
48 Items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Bills of lading for general merchandise shipped on Mississippi 
Elver steamboats" together with a letter to Glenn from M. Coffin, who 
was prospecting for gold on the Tuba River, California, in 1850. 

MS 62-1794 



Franchere, Gabriel, 1786-1863. 
Papers, 1835-37. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Transcripts (typewritten) ,..,..„„..,. 

Copies from the letter book kept by Franchere while factor for the 
American Fur Company at Sault Ste. Marie, consisting of letters to 
other agents concerning the company's trade in fish and furs. In- 
cludes copies of biographical sketches of Franchere. 

MS 62-1795 



Emery, John Q 1843-1928. 

Papers, 1898. 
59 Items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Educator. Essays on local history, by public-school pupils from 
nine Wisconsin counties, prepared at the suggestion of the State 
Bunerlntendent of public instruction. 

MS 62-1796 



Ehnendorf, Lucas. 

Papers, 1786-1859. 
1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Lawyer of Kingston, N. T. Miscellaneous legal papers relating to 
real estate In Ulster Co., N. Y. 

MS 62-1797 



Edwards, Thomas David. 

Business records, 1891-1904. 

31 items and 2 v. . 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Journal of accounts of a general store at Genesee Depot kept by 
Edwards, and a number of miscellaneous bins. 

MS 62-1798 



144 



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ons 



Clyman, James, 1702-1881. 

Papers, 1871-79. 

99 itpms. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
,„« ° he " man and ^aPPer- Correspondence and reminiscences re- 
lating to the adventure of Clyman and Ellsworth Boinett^lndt 
ans near Milwaukee ; and reminiscences by Clyman of his trip to the 
Rocky Mountains with Gen. William H. Ashley In 1823. "*"»"" 

Beminiscences have been published in James Clyman, American 
frontiersman, edited by Charles L. Oamn (1928) v "»""— • —«"«=■" 

MS 63-1799 



Clifford, John, 1873-1922. 

Papers, 1913-14. 

155 ir^ms. 

In state Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Letters to Clifford, secretary of the Lived In Juneau Club, mainly 
answers to invitations to attend the Juneau, Wis, homecoming with 
some reminiscences by early settlers. 

MS 62-1800 

Wisconsin. State Historical Society. 

Civil War draft papers, 1862-63. 

2 novas. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Original ballots used in drafts in several Wisconsin counties, and 
the expense account (1882-63) of John Bracken, draft commissioner 
for Iowa County. ^^ 

MS 62-1801 

Citizens Civic Council of Milwaukee County 

Records, 1918-25. 

48 iti-ms. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Correspondence, constitution, resolutions, and other miscellaneous 

MS 62-1802 



Burnell, Levi, 1803-1881. 

Papers, 1843-80 

lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

Letters and clippings to substantiate Burnell's <-i«iti that he pro- 
posed the idea of an electric telegraph In 1827; together with a few 
papers concerning his invention of the anemograph and some of the 
records made by the instrument under the observation of Increase 
A. Lapnani at Milwaukee in the winter of 1860-61. 

MS 62-1803 

Brown, John B- 1821-1910. 

Diaries, 1872-1908. 
25 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
«t (%£?,£** r by Brown *£ Richlan « Center, and after 1886 mainly 
s^ i£^ I , 0Wa * i^o^^l fa ™ operations, weather, religioui 
affairs, neighborly exchanges, home remedies, and some account* 

MS 62-1804 



Bowman, Jonathan, 1828-1895. 
Papers, 1816-1933. 
20 in-ms and 8 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Lawyer and real estate dealer of KUbourn, now Wisconsin Dells, 
Wis. Miscellaneous family and business papers. 

MS 62-1805 



Davis, Heber Ryder, 1854-1342. 
Papers, 1899-1940. 

47, 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Mormon missionary. Diaries (1899-1901) of Davis' mission to 
England, journals (1935-40) of vacation trips to various parts of the 
United States, and an autobiography. 

MS 62-1806 



Mayes, Samuel Houston, Cherokee Chief, 1866- 

Papers, 1882-1928. 

970 items. 

In university of Oklahoma Library 
«. ^SS£^- <auef of "" Cherokee Nation. Papers, chiefly relatlnr to 
tteperlod ofnegotlation with the Dawes Cotnntolon wWchlnvolved 
preparation of the tribal roll and assignment of tribal £nd to ™ 

MS 62-1807 

Mayes, Joel Bryan, d. 1891. 

Papers, 1886-91. 

ca.3ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Correspondence and an- 
nual messages relating to negotiations with the Cherokee Commission. 
5 J ?• 2? T * rnme "t gnrap. which was assigned the task of arranging 
for the transfer of the Outlet from the Cherokee Nation to the public 
domain of the United States. puuuc 

MS 62-1808 



Marable, Mary Hays. 

Papers. 1932-51. 

ca. 4 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Librarian and university professor. Besearch notes and blograph- 

J£A °JS£}?' 1 "^i" Mra - M an">le's book, Handbook of Oklahoma 
writers (1959) , and bihUographlcal materials: wwmm* 

MS 62-1809 



Magrrire, Grace Adeline (King) 

Papers. 1892-1950. 

8ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University professor and librarian. Documents and printed mat- 
ter relating to the U. S. Land Office at Lawton, 0^ scraSSctatf 
dippings, and photos, of early Oklahoma Territory. "^Pooora °* 

MS 62-1810 



Ligon, Mary Louise. 

Papers, 1878-1925. 

69 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

MS. entitled Fundamental principles of plant breeding, stating 
Isaac C. Kenfro's views on horticulture; an account of a saloon fight 
resulting in the shooting and killing of Thurston Benfro and the 
wounding of Isaac C. Benfro; a copy of The Oklahoma extension 
news (1925) ; and other papers relating to agrlcnlture. 

MS 62-1811 



Lenski, Lois, 1893- 
Papers, 1893-1958. 
Sft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Author and artist Correspondence, notes, MSS. and galley proofs 
of books, brochures, drawings, and photos. 

MS 62-1812 



Keller Company. 

Eecords, 1913-42. 

56 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Business papers, and photos, (farm, harvest, Irrigation, and ranch) 
of an early day trading company in the Shawnee Indian country spe- 
cializing in farm and ranch supplies. 

MS 62-1813 



Kaufman, Kenneth Carlyle, 1887-1945. 
Papers, 1920-43. 
60 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University professor and editor. Script for the pageant, Pat Hen- 
nessey's massacre; bibliography of Oklahoma authors; MSS. of plays, 
poetry, and short stories ; and other papers. 

MS 62-1814 



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Johnston, Henry S 1870- 

Papexs, 1889-1935. 

100 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Governor of Oklahoma. Johnston's speech to the Democratic Na- 
tional Convention (1936) nominating William Henry Murray for 
President, his message to the 12th Oklahoma Legislature his platform 
in the race for Governor (1926), campaign material, dippings, and 
photos Includes William Henry Murray's booklet entitled Palestine. 

MS 62-1815 rev 



Johnston, Douglas H 

Papers. 1896-1912. 

194 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Chickasaw governor. Correspondence, speeches, Indian council 
proceedings, and a statement on Chickasaw rights under old treaties 
with the United States. 

MS 62-1816 



Johnson, Jed Joseph, 1888- 

Papers, 1927-47. 

62 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

U S Representative from Oklahoma and Judge. Correspondence, 
speeches (including some given before the Oklahoma State Legis- 
lature) tear sheets of the 70th-72nd, and 76tb-T7th Congresses, U. S. 
House of Representatives voting records (1946), campaign material, 
cuppings, and photos, reflecting Johnson's public life. Includes auto- 
joranhs of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman. 
^ P MS 62-1817 



Indian Territory Medical Association. 

Records, 1881-1904. 

2 v. and 1 item. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Minute books containing bylaws, constitution, membership lists, 
and records of proceedings; and a seminar paper by John Thomas 
Forsythe on the history of the Association. 

MS 62-1818 



U. S. Bureau of Indian, Affairs. 

Correspondence, 1804-78. 

5 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Photocopies. 

Letters chiefly containing reports from agents to the secretary or 
War and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs relating to the Apache, 
Cheyenne-Arapaho, Comanche, Five Civilized Tribes, Kiowa, Sac-Fox, 
and Wichita Indians. 

MS 62-1819 



Hughes, Jim, 1890- 
Papers, 190^-58. 
38 II .'ins. 

In University of Oklahoma Library.. 

Oklahoma labor official. Business correspondence, labor speeches, 
reports on labor -in Oklahoma; scrapbooks concerning investigations 
of labor problems, legislation, and strikes; labor history material; 
and copies of the United Mine Workers Journal. 

MS 62-1820 

Holtzendorff, C B 

Papers, 1920-22. 

75 ii.'rns. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer. Correspondence, reports, briefs, transcripts of testimony, 
and other material relating to a rate dispute Involving Claremore, 
Okla. and other Oklahoma cities and towns, and the Oklahoma 

Natural Gas Co. „ ,_ „., 

MS 62-1821 

Hull, Alexander. 

Papers, 1913-50. 

3 ft. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Author and composer. Correspondence, literary and music MSS-. 
published short stories and novels, and an account book of literary 
earnings. 

MS 62-1822 



Burnett, William, d. 1812? 
Letter book, 1786-1803. 
l v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
Letters written by- a fur trader at St Joseph, Mich. 



Caldwell, James, d. 1829. 

Business correspondence, 1785-1832. 
l v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 
Merchant, of Albany, N. T. 



MS 62-1823 



MS 62-1824 



B 



Conkling, Mary R 

Letters, 1856-64. 

40 items. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Letters from Mrs. Conkling, of Warren, B. L, to her husband. 

MS 62-1825 



Eyre, Jehu. 

Papers, 1776-77. 
3 v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Revolutionary Army officer. Hessian fusilier company record 
book containing entries about men employed at the Trenton Ferry 
(Dec 1776), lists of Eyre's artillery company and artillery stores 
(1777) ; and two orderly books of Capt Peter Browne's Company In 
Byre's Artillery Regiment of Philadelphia Militia (1777) 

MS 62-1826 



New York Historical Society. 

Papers relating to Hampstead, N. H. 

1 v. and 1 folder. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Local papers, and diary and account book (1836-89) kept by Henry 
Putnam, town clerk of Hampstead, N. EL 

MS 62-1827 



Wise, Henry Augustus, 1819-1869. 
Papers, 1855-68. 
17 v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Naval officer and author. Private letter books (1861-68) and MSS. 
of two of Wise's novels. Captain Brand of the schooner Centipede 
(1864) and Tales for the Marines (1S55) 

MS 62-1828 



New York. Nautical School. 

Letter book, 1859-60. 

lv. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

MS 62-1829 



Chamberlin, Thomas Chrowder, 1843-1928. 

Papers, 1878-S8. 

4 Items and 3 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Geologist Notebooks containing Chamberlln's field notes, and a 
certificate of appointment and other records relating to his official 
visit to the International Industrial Exposition In Paris in 1878 as 
commissioner in charge of the Wisconsin educational and geological 
exhibits. 

MS 62-1830 



U. S. District Court. Arkansas {Western District) 
Records, 1875-92. 
86 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence and other papers relating to day-by-day business 
of the U. S. District Court at Fort Smith, Ark. which was presided 
over by Isaac Charles Parker. 

MS 62-1831 



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Oklahoma School of Religion, Norman, OUa. 
Records, 1925-46. 

7 ft 

Id University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence of E. N. Comfort, proceedings of meetings, mem- 
bership lists, and printed "»"tininl 

MS 62-1832 

Oklahoma Association for Teachers' Retirement 

Records, 1936-38. 

Sft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence with school superintendents, political candidates, 
professional and business organizations, and others favoring retire- 
ment legislation; minutes of meetings; lists of county officials- and 
state directories of political candidates relating to a campaign which 
made possible retirement legislation in Oklahoma. 

MS 62-1833 

Oglesbee, Carson L 

Papers, 1896-1908. 

300 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Tribal rolls, tribal court proceedings, briefs of tribal citizenship 
cases, and other documents relating to the legal history of the In- 
dian Territory, organization of civil government at Muskogee, Indian 
Territory, and Creek and Cherokee tribal affairs. 

MS 62-1834 

Nichols, Lea Murray. 

Papers, 1902-54. 

2ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Journalist and publisher. Correspondence relating to general 
newspaper matters; material on political appointments; brochures 
f£S£?kJ ?^?? V %J*£ U £'?V papeIS °* *** Creek °o-. 0kta - 
Ass1eSi«?a«l S p ^ t t^ <, " d * ***"• *** *« NaUonal M «" 

MS 62-1836 

Nichols, John Conover, 1896-1945. 

Papers, 1936-45. 

Sft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Airline official and U. S. Representative from Oklahoma. Corre- 
spondence, printed copy of a diary (1945) personal material, printed 
material relating to Nichols' Congressional work, and other papers. 

MS 62-1836 

Nance, James Clark, 1893- 
Papers, 1946-59. 
8ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Member of the Oklahoma State Legislature. Papers reflecting the 
legislative history of the Oklahoma Prohibition and Repeal Issue 
which was resolved by the Repeal election (1959) 

MS 62-1837 

Murphy, William Albert Patrick, 1872- 
Papers, 1907-52. 
175 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Labor leader and Oklahoma State official. Correspondence, pocket 
diaries, labor proceedings, clippings, scrapbooks, and political litera- 
ture reflecting the improvement of working conditions In Oklahoma. 

MS 62-1838 

Monger, William H 

Papers, 1865-1941. 

5 v. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Businessman. Letter books, account book; and ledger of Hunger's 
general store in Watonga, Okla, and a scrapbook containing corre- 
spondence and clippings relating to local history. 

MS 62-1839 

Mueller, Gustav Emil, 1898- 
Papers, 1952-59. 
3 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University professor. MSS. of three of Mueller's books entitled 
Hegel. Deukgeschlchte eines Leberidigen (1859) ; Hegel encyclopedia 
of the philosophical sciences: a critical presentation; and The logic 
of philosophy. 

MS 62-1840 



Morris, Toby. 

Papers. 1947-53. 

47 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer, judge, and U. S. Representative from Oklahoma. Corre- 
spondence, and other papers relating to bills, military affairs, proj- 
ects, veterans, and Morris' Congressional committee assignments. 
Includes letters pertaining to public lands and Indian affairs, legisla- 
tion, Federal Jobs, Post Offices, and various departments of the Fed- 
eral Government 

MS 62-1841 

Morford, Robert Boyd, 1876- 
Papers; 1905-29. 

4 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Businessman and politician. Business correspondence, abstracts, 
deeds and other miscellaneous documents, Republican campaign lit- 
erature, newspaper clippings, travel guides, and posters. Includes 
political correspondence with John William Harreld and others. 

MS 62-1842 



Moorman, Lewis Jefferson, 1875- 

Papers, 1899-1954. 

49 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Physician and university professor. Correspondence (personal 
and professional), MSS. of articles, notes on the medical history of 
Oklahoma, and business papers. 

MS 62-1843 



Monnet, Julien Charles, 1868- 

Papers, 1910-13. 

60 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 
/.iS awyer and uniTel ' sitT professor. Speeches, including an address 
(1911) delivered at the opening exercises at the University of Okla- 
homa when Jlonnet was acting president of the University ; clippings 
on Monnet the University of Oklahoma, and the University of Okla- 
homa School of Law ; and other papers chiefly relating to the found- 
ing and development of the University of Oklahoma School of Law. 

MS 62-1844 

Posey, Alexander Lawrence, 1873-1908. 

Papers, 1899-1915. 

684 irems. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Creek poet and statesman. Newspaper articles, chiefly political, 
written by Posey, who wrote under the name Fus Fixlco; biographical 
articles on Posey; other papers; and Photos, of Posey and of the 
Mcintosh and Tiger families of the Creek Nation. 

Gift of Posey's sister, Mrs. Alfred MitchelL 

MS 62-1845 

Mills, Walter Scott. 

Papers, 1920-40. 

100 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer and lecturer. Notes used In preparation of articles for 
Mills' column. Hit or miss which appeared in the Arapaho, Okla. 
newspaper, MSS. of some of his writings on local history, copies of 
newspaper articles, and a poem. 

MS 62-1846 



Menton, William. 

Papers, 1902-21. 

96 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Rancher and businessman. Land patents, mortgages, warranty 
deeds, tax and land payment receipts, and stock certificates, relating 
to the development of Lehigh, Okla. and the Chickasaw and Choctaw 
Nations. 

MS 62-1847 

Medford Progress Club. 

Records, 1893-1952. 
42 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence, minutes, annual reports, scrapbooks, and year- 
books relating to the history of Medford, Okla. 

MS 62-1848 



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McCortain, Green, Choctam Chief, I. 1848? 
Papers. 1877-1910. 
510 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation. Papers chiefly relating to 
the attempts by the TJ. S. Government to dissolve tribal government, 
the preparation of the tribal roll, and the assignment of tribal land in 
severalty 

MS 62-1849 

McCoy, James Stacy, 1834-1862. 

Papers, 1859-65. 

715 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Confederate officer. Correspondence describing conditions in the 
Confederate Army; a bill of sale (1859-Xfor 3 slaves, cattle, horses, 
and farming equipment purchased by members of McCoy's family; 
and other papers. ' 

Gift of McCoy's grandson, J. S. McCoy. 

MS 62-1850 

McAlester, James Jackson, 1842-1922. 

Papers, 1870-1908. 

52 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Businessman and Oklahoma State official. Correspondence, day- 
books listing merchandise with sale prices, ledgers containing Itemized 
accounts of customers' purchases at McAlester's store, inventory 
books, cashbooks listing daily transactions of cash handled, delivery 
books, labor account books, want books. Invoices, and receipts. 

MS 62-1851 

Kelly, Jane Bewel. 

Diaries, 1866-67, 1871-98. 

1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Diaries kept by Mrs. Kelly on a farm near Cottage Grove, giving 
a day-to-day picture of the successive parts played by the mother and 
grandmother of a large family In a rural and religious community, 
and describing household activities, births, marriages, deaths, meet- 
ings at the Methodist Church, and the farm work of her husband 
and sons. 

MS 62-1852 

Kellogg, Louise Phelps, d. 1942. 

Papers, 1915-17, 1937. 

lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Historian, author, and editor. Correspondence of Miss Kellogg, 
chiefly as secretary of the Madison branch of the Woman's Peace 
Party organised in November, 1916, including letters from Harriet P. 
Thomas, national executive. secretary of the party, and from women 
leaders in the movement for permanent world peace. The letters relate 
to organization and publicity, and are accompanied by a membership 
list and a treasurer's book. 

MS 62-1853 

Knapp, Abraham V 1832-1918. 

Diaries, 1861-63. 

4v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Farmer and superintendent of schools in EUeBboro, Wis. Diaries 
kept by Knapp for nine months before his enlistment and during his 
service in Company F, 10th Regt Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. 

MS 62-1854 

Kielsmeier Company. 

Record books, 1912-20. 

21 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Journals, ledgers, and account books of the Kielsmeier brothers. 
Otto A., B C, and Sam, of Manitowoc, Wis., wholesale dealers in 
dairy products with branches at Owen, Plymouth, Wausau, Spring 
Green, and Milwaukee. 

MS 62-1855 

Carrier, Spencer, 1826-1854. 

Diaries of Spencer and Emilv S. Carrier, 1847-58. 
10 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Farmer of Fond du Lac Co*, Wis. Diary and personal accounts of 
Carrier (1847-54) and of his widow (1854-58) 

MS 62-1856 



Brotherton Indians. 

Records, 1788-1810. 1901. 

lv. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Photocopies. 

Treaties of cession, letters written by the superintendents and the 
tribal peacemakers, and narrative and financial reports from the 
superintendents to the Governor of New York. Several letters dated 
1901 concern New York's compensation of the Indians for lands they 
lost when they were removed to Wisconsin. 

MS 62-1857 



British War Relief Society. Maiiion. 

Records, 1940-45. 
2 v. and 4 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Correspondence, reports, membership lists, and fi n anci a l records of 
this branch of a national wartime relief organization of World War 

n ' MS 62-1858 

Bigford, Thomas, 1815-1890. 
Papers, 1838-74. 
.90 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Early settler of Fond du Lac Co., Wis. Letters from soldiers and 
army officers, a company-merger contract, bills, receipts, certificates, 
land contracts, and a few personal items. 

MS 62-1859 



Steward, Ira, 1831-1883. 
Papers. 

2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Forms part of the Society's Labor collection. 

Labor leader. Articles on the political economy of eight hours, 
borrowed capital, and other subjects. 

MS 62-1860 

Rogers, Edward H 

Papers, 1865-1908. 

3 v. and 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Forms part of the Society's Labor collection. 

Labor leader. Correspondence with other reformers, autobiogra- 
phy prepared In 1902, articles and addresses, and 3 notebooks. 

MS 62-1861 

McDonnell, Joseph P 1847-1906. 

Papers, 1878-1906. 

1 v. and 2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Forms part of the Society's Labor collection. 

Labor leader In New Jersey. Includes a diary (1881) kept while 
McDonnell was in jail In Paterson for libel; some memorandum 
books ; a few papers dealing with his work as legislative chairman for 
the New Jersey Federation of Trades and Labor Union, and with bis 
work as State inspector of child labor in 1884 ; as well as mlscellane- 
ouspapers. 

MS 62-1862 

Andrews, Stephen Pearl, 1812-1886. 
Papers, 1869-1925. 

4 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Forms part of the Society's Labor collection. 

Beformer, and founder and promoter of "universology." Articles, 
addresses, an uncompleted autobiography, a small amount of corre- 
spondence, Andrews' outline for an 8 volume treatise on universology, 
and the constitution, reports, and other papers of the Pantarchal Uni- 
versity established by Andrews and others in 1872. 

MS 62-1863 

Knights of Labor. 

Records, 1887-88. 

1 v. and 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Forms.part of the Society's Labor collection. 

Letter book of Albert A. Carlton of the General Executive Board, 
Philadelphia, and a collection of blank forms of the sort used by the 
organization. 

MS 62-1864 



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Sovereigns of Industry. Philadelphia Pioneer Council No. 1. 
Records. 1S74-7!). 
7 v. nnd 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Forms part of the Society's Labor collection. 

Correspondence, records of membership, bills, and receipts, semi- 
annual reports, minntes of meetings, and account and receipt books. 

MS 62-1865 



Workingmen's Party of the United States. 

Records, 1876-78. 
lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Forms part of the society's Labor collection. 
Receipt book of the financial secretary, record of expenditures, and 
a brief history of the party In New York City. 

MS 62-1866 

Hannan, John Joseph, 1866-1946. 
Papers, 1921-42. 
2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Journalist, politician, and penal reformer. Correspondence and 
addresses on prison reforms and other social reform movements. 

MS 62-1867 



Grove, Marie P 1874- 

Poems. 
56 p. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Poetry, mainly unpublished, on nature, religion, and patriotism, 
written by a native of Fulton, Wis. 

MS 62-1868 



Grant County (Wis.) Medical Society. 

Minute books, 1903-37. 

4 V. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Minutes of business meetings, lists of members, and flnandal 
records, together with short biographical sketches of Drs. LeBoy 6. 
Armstrong, James Oettlker, and Mina B. Glasler. 

MS62-1869 



Gill, Winnifred P Stone, 1878-1941. 

Papers. 1935-40. 
1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Mainly correspondence concerning genealogies acquired for Mrs. 
Gill's genealogical column in the Wisconsin state journal 

MS62-1870 

Food du Lac County Medical Society. 

Records, 1868-70, 1902-35. 
1 v., l folder, and 1 reel of microfilm (negative) 
In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Scattered correspondence, minutes of meetings, and membership 
lists. 

MS 62-1871 

Earl, David G 1854-1892. 

Papers, 1877-92. 
3 boxes and 1 package. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Includes notes (1880-82) taken by Earl while a student at Bush 
Medical College, and account books and clinical records kept during 
his medical practice. 

MS 62-1872 



Ean Claire-Dunn-Pepin Counties Medical Society. 

Records, 1934-46. 
2 folders. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Membership rolls, minutes of business meetings, and financial 
records. 

MS 62-1873 



Finke, Almore H 

Papers, 1941-52. 

40 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Mainly correspondence of Dr. Finke, director of dental health In 
Sheboygan, Wis., pertaining to fluoridation of Sheboygan's water 
supply. 

MS 62-1874 



Gflmore's Auditorium, Philadelphia. 
Programs, 1895-1901. 
S v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
Programs of entertainments given at Gllmore's Auditorium In 
Philadelphia. 
Purchase. 

MS 62-1875 

Smith, John, U. 8. marshal. 
Papers, 1801-18. 

2 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

U. S. marshal at Philadelphia. Letters relating to the Interpre- 
tation and execution of Federal laws, claims against the Government, 
courts-martial, finance, maritime regulations, and land cases, to- 
gether with Smith's official receipt book. 

MS«2-1876 



Dodge County (Wis.) Medical Society. 

Records, 1894-1948. 
2 v. and 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Correspondence, minute books and financial records (1894-1937), 
the constitution and by-laws, and fee schedules. 

MS 62-1877 



Dimock, Susan (Whitney) 

Papers, 1683-1903. 

53 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Copies made by Mrs. Dimock of Connecticut cemetery inscriptions 
and selections from town meeting, land, church, and vital statistics 
records for the towns of Coventry, North Coventry, South Coventry, 
Mansfield, Mansfield Center, Andover, Bolton, Columbia, Hebron, and 
Lebanon, Conn., together with a letter book (1899-1903) of Henry F. 
Dimock, vice-president of the Metropolitan Steamship Company, New 
York City. 

MS 62-1878 

Dean, Thomas. 

Papers, 1814-36. 

1 reel of microfilm (negative) 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Agent for the Brotherton Indians. Account book and diary (1824- 
34) ; deeds for Indian lands ; copies of petitions to Andrew Jackson 
and Bnos Throop, Governor of New York, concerning Wisconsin and 
Michigan lands of Eastern Indians; and a small number of letters 
from other Indian agents and Federal officials for Indian affairs. 

MS 62-1879 

Davies, Howell David, 1882- 

Papers concerning the centennial of the Welsh settlement 
atOshkosh.1947. 

lv. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Records of Bethesda Church, Town of Neklml, Winnebago Co, 
Wis., compiled for the centennial of the Welsh settlement at Oshkosh 
by the Bev. Howell D. Davies, together with a register of people at- 
tending the celebration held July 4-8, 1947, and addresses and pro- 
grams. 

MS 62-1880 

Dane County Commodity Exchange. 

Records, 1932-33. 

lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, and publicity of an 
organization established during the depression years to effect better 
exchange of commodities and services. 

MS 62-1881 



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Coumbe, Warner R 1864- 

Notebooks, 1897-98. 
27 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Lecture notes taken by Dr. Coumbe of Richland Center at the 
University of Illinois medical school. 

MS 62-1882 



1851-193L 



Conover, Edith W 

Papers, 1861-81. 
4 items and It. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Poems by Miss Conover, mostly written in the 1870's. and scat- 
tered personal letters. 

MS 62-1883 



Ames, Fred Elijah, 1880-1957. 
Papers, 1892-1919. 

24 V. 

In University of Oregon Library. 
Forester. Diaries and photos. 



MS 62-1884 



Bacher, John 6 1883-1961. 

Papers, ca. 1906-56. 
ca.Sft 
In University of Oregon Library. 

vJSSS^SSS^ D !f*S' " tlc,es on pUnts •** gardening in the 
Pacific Northwest, and other papers. 

MS 62-1885 

Merrill, Elmer Drew, 1876-1956. 

Papers, 1946-56. 

1 folder. 

In University of Oregon Library. 
■ii-ESSS; $°r™sp<H»Jence and other papers on the discovery ana 
Sf ^ ut i°D ,°1 MetsseQuola SlTPtostroboides Hu, disputing certain 
claims of Ralph W. Chaney on the subject. 

MS 62-1886 

Baker, James Chamberlain, Bp^ 1876- 

Correspondence on patent medicine, 1914-15. 
ca. 280 Items. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Correspondence relating to John A. Patten's Wine of CarduL and 
the Methodist concern about this and other patent medicines. 

MS 62-1887 



Iapps, Oscar Hiram, 1872- 

Papers, 1912-39. 

lft. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Indian agent and educator. Correspondence and reports, mostly 
concerning Llpps- activities as field representative^ thVcSace (later 
Bureau) of Indian Affairs, 1885-87. "" raeuBraTe « ™ e "a™ C later 

MS 62-1888 

Leondor Brothers. 

Papers, 1892-1915. 
lft 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Correspondence, posters, programs, photos, music, and letterheads, 
of an acrobat and vaudeville troupe. — ^ ^ ^^"^ 

MS 62-1889 

Lemon family. 

Papers, 1861-1934. 

3ft 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Includes correspondence and an autobiography of Millard Lemon, 
■jaUroad construction engineer; papers of Alonzo G. Cook, a business 
representative ; an autobiography of David Webster of Garden Grove, 
Calif.; and mementos of the Philadelphia ftenfann^i Exhibition, 187? 

MS 62-1890 



Case family. 

Pap-rs, 1843-1925. 

ra. 2i."» irwus. 

In University of Oregon Library 

MS 62-1891 



Daggett, Junior F 1891-1960. 

Papers, 1936-55. 
9ft 

In University of Oregon Library. 
Oregon lumberman and business executive. 
60O0 items and other papers. 



Correspondence of ca. 
MS 62-1892 



BOUboro, Or. Lodge No. 1. 



Ellison-White Bureau, Portland, Or. 
Records, 1912-20. 
1 v. and several items. 
In University of Oregon Library. 

r. n ™ U SlS. a ,f , ? cl ? ot "eMPorarton of the BHlaon-Whlte Chan- 
tanqua System (later known as the EUlson-Whlte Bureau) 

MS 62-1893 

Patriots of America- 
Records, 1896. 
1 v. and several items. 
In University of Oregon Library. 

Correspondence, minutes, a membership list, and printed material, 
of an organisation founded by William H. HarveyT *^ M maren « 1 ' 

/ MS 62-1894 

Mott, James Wheaton, 1883-1945. 
Papers, 1918-45. 
8ft 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Journalist, lawyer, and legislator. Correspondence, speeches, cam- 
paign material, and 21 volumes of clippings. Including material relat- 

MS 62-1895 

Thielsen family. 

Papers, 1784-1926. 

3ft 

In University of Oregon Library. 

mo C i rreS £" ld .? ,ce of "■ V lteaB - oontraet*. blueprints, railroad 
m^e, and other papers. Includes papers of Bune Thielsen, 1784- 
1850 Prussian ship captain ; Helnrlch N. Thielsen, 18S8-19MTenelneer 
and Swedenborglan writer; Hans Thielsen, 1830-1896. and HeurvBL 
Thleteen, 1884-1926, railroad cimstruct^ei^eersTknd ttSceW 
Thielsen, 1879-1916, railroad paymaster and cterfc " orace w - 

MS 62-1896 

Parker, Richard, 1810-1893. 

Papers, 1796-1882. 

134 items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

Lawyer, judge, and U. S. Representative. Correspondence, a diary 
(1869), a bankbook, records of slave transactions, receipts, 6 charges 
to a grand jury, printed material, and other papers, concerning legal 
and political matters, particularly Parker's handling of the trial of 
John Brown; Parker's career; and the Parker family. The material 
Is related to the library's John Brown collection. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from Forest H. Sweet 

MS 62-1897 

Bassford, Homer. 

Correspondence, 1890-1934. 

ca. 145 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Journalist Letters from prominent figures in the theatrical and 
political world, including Viola Allen, William Jennings Bryan, Blllie 
Burke, Bennett C. Clark, Champ Clark, William H. Crane, C. B. 
Dillingham, John Drew, Sidney Homer, Jesse James, Jr., Millie 
James, J. Hamilton Lewis, Louis Lombard, George H. Lorimer, George 
McManns, Richard Mansfield, Julia Marlowe, Henry Miller, Louis F 
Netheraole, Olga Nethersole, James O'Neill, Mary Phillips, rnnmning 
Pollock, Erne Shannon, Otis Skinner, and Augustus Thomas. 

Gift 

MS 62-1898 



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Johnson, Edith Cherry, 1879- 

Papers, 1916-51. 

3 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Journalist. Correspondence, clippings, biographical data, printed 
matter (general and relating to Oklahoma), programs, and invita- 
tions. Includes a dossier of letters of endorsement for John Goloble 
as TJ. S. Minister to the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes; 
and papers of the secretary of the Goodwill Industries of Oklahoma 
City. 

MS 62-1899 



Oklahoma State Medical Association. 

Records, 1876-1955. 

300 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Medical correspondence, proceedings and reports of county and 
State medical associations, speeches, personal recollections of pioneer 
doctors, miscellaneous medical materials, and territorial and State 
medical history. 

Described In A guide to regional manuscript collections in the 
olbgon II (1960) <,,ln8CrtPtS ' trnlTerslty °* OWanoma Library, by A. 11 

MS 62-1900 



Anderson, William J 

Papers, 1876-1985. 

2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

Journalist, editor, and public official of Wisconsin. Correspond- 
ence, addresses, articles, and a record book of Anderson's accounts 
with newspapers (1883-94). Correspondence concerns his arrange- 
ments with various newspapers regarding assignments and employ- 
ment and pout cal advice to President William H. Taft regarding 
Stalwart Republican tactics in opposition to La Follette. ^^ 

MS62-1901 



Aluminum Company of America. 

Correspondence, 1927-47. 
91 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

Photocopies. 

Letters (1927-31) relating to the discovery of fluorine as a com- 
ponent of public water supplies by H. V. Churchill, chief chemist of 
the Aluminum Company of America, in 1831. Much of the corre- 
spondence deals with fluorine as a cause of mottled enamel. A 
letter from Dr. Frederick S. McKay (1847) recalls the history of 
ttedlscovery and its importance in establishing a means to control 
dental decay. 

MS 62-1902 



Hoppmaim, August C 1872- 

Papers, 1918-23. 

91 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
-, „£5? 1' Maaia <> , >. TO*- Correspondence, circular letters, records 
of meetings, and reports, all concerning the organization and work 
of the Wisconsin State Conference of Social Work, accumulated by 
Hoppmann while he was connected with the Committee on Family 
Welfare. 

MS 62-1903 



Lillie, Foress B 1855-1926 

Papers, 1872-1949. 

9ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Pharmacist Correspondence, diaries, legal papers, scrapbooks, 
newspaper clippings, material relating to the history of Guthrie, 
Okia, and photos. Includes correspondence relating to the passage 
of pharmacy laws in Oklahoma, a minute book of the Oklahoma Ter- 
ritorial Board of Pharmacy, the constitution (1807) of the Oklahoma 
Pharmaceutical Association, reports to the territorial governors from 
the Board of Pharmacy, Lillle's platform (1910) as candidate for 
mayor of Guthrie, OkUu, a report of the city marshal of Guthrie, and 
city ordinances. 

MS 62-1904 



Pearson, Lola Clark. 

Papers. 1890-1950. 

10 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Editor, lecturer, politician, and clubwoman. Personal correspond- 
ence, speeches, notebooks, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, personal 
and family papers, and photos. Includes minutes of meetings re- 
ports, directories, publications, and convention programs of the Okla- 
homa Federation of Women's Clubs; minutes of meetings, depart- 
mental reports, directories, pamphlets, publications, and program 
material reflecting Mrs. Pearson's work for the General Federation 
of Women's Clubs ; and correspondence, pamphlets, and campaign lit- 
erature of the Republican Party. 

MS 62-1905 



American For Company. 

Records, 1803-66. 

19 v. and 42 reels of microfilm. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten), photocopies, and microfilm 
(positive), mainly from originals in the Mew York Historical Society, 
the Canadian Archives, and the Burton Historical Collection of the 
Detroit Public Library. 

Includes letterbooks and financial records from posts In Montreal, 
Mackinac Sault Ste. Marie, and Lac du Flambeau (1806-68) ; ac- 
count books, ledgers, and outward orders of the Montreal post (1817- 
19) and the Mackinac post (1817-34) containing itemized records of 
sales to agents, trapping outfits, and the U. S. Government and ac- 
counts of profits and losses ; a roster of employees (1818-19) ; letter 

books (1816-SO) containing letters written by Robert Stuart and 
Ramsay Crooks, factors of the company at Mackinac, to agents on 
Lake Superior, at Green Bay and Prairie do Chien, and on the St. 
Peter's and Mississippi Rivers, as well as to headquarters In New 
York City ; a ledger kept by Joseph Rolette, agent of the company at 
Prairie du Chien, containing accounts of purchasers (1820-27) and 
miscellaneous entries (1828-33) ; a combination ledger and sales 
book (1837-47), probably kept at Prairie du Chien, of the accounts 
of the company's sawmill at Chippewa Fails, containing Itemized 
records of sales and a few additional records of lumber shipped by 
raft and steamboat; letterbooks (1834-47), Incoming correspondence 
(1833-49), Invoices, store books, orders, a packing book, blotter, re- 
ceiving book, records of shipments, furs and skins, sales and accounts 
current memoranda, and inventories of agencies at Prairie du Chien, 

Mackinac, and the Western and Sioux Outfits, all for the approximate 
period 1835-48; and a calendar of the American Fur Company papers 
In possession of the Mew York Historical Society. 

The roster of company employees has been published in Collections 
of the Wisconsin State Historical Society, v. 12 (1892) p. 154-69. 

MS 62-1906 



Richards, Ante, 1885- 

Papers, 1935-50. 

5ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Zoologist editor, and university professor. Correspondence, re- 
ports prepared for the American Association of University Professors, 
book reviews published in Bios, 3 scrapbooks relating to Oklahoma 
history, exhibit material, and photos, of classes and convention groups, 
reflecting Richards' Interest In science and the University of Okla- 
homa. Includes correspondence with 8 presidents of the University 
of Oklahoma, and letters relating to the University of Oklahoma Zool- 
ogy Dept 

MS 62-1907 



Rogers, John, 1890- 

Papers. 1924-41. 

2ft. 

In University of Oklahoma library. 

Lawyer and university professor. Papers chiefly relating to 
Rogers' service as a member of the University of Oklahoma Board of 
Regents. Includes correspondence, minutes of the board, annual and 
building reports, financial statements of the President of the Univer- 
sity of Oklahoma, copies of legislation pertaining to die appointment 
of regents, correspondence and processed material concerning the 
Association of Governing Boards of State Universities and Allied 
Institutions, and periodical and newspaper articles referring to the 
University of Oklahoma. 

MS 62-1908 



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Frisch, John G 1809-1052. 

Papers, 1921-55. 

2 v. and 9 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Materials relating to Dr. Frisch's leadership of the campaign for 
fluoridation of public water supplies. Comprises 5 boxes of his cor- 
respondence (1931^52). including many letters from Dr. Frederick S. 
McKay of Colorado Springs, Colo., another leader in tiie field of fluori- 
dation; articles and speeches by Frisch; statistical summaries of 
fluoridation experiments in Wisconsin and other states; a pre-fluorlda- 
tlon surrey made in Madison (2 v., 1947), and a post-fluorldatlon sur- 
vey (It., 1851), together with lecture notes (2 v, 1921-22) taken by 
Frisch at the Marquette University dental school. 

MS 62-1909 



Grignon, Charles A 1808-1862. 

Correspondence, 1830-57. 

lbox. . 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Trader, Indian interpreter, and merchant Letters dealing with 
Fox River improvement plans, political maneuvers in the Territorial 
legislature during the early 1840*8, and Grignon's activities as an 
Indian Interpreter. Correspondents include the Rev. Florlmond J. 
Bonduel, Lyman C. Draper, Ben C. Eastman, Albert Q. Ellis, George 
W.Ewlng, Alexander Grignon, and John F. Meade. 

MS 62-1910 



Patrons of Husbandry. Illinois State Grange. Champaign 
County Grange. 
Record books. 1873-77. 

4 7.' 

In University of Illinois, Illinois Historical Survey collections. 

Proceedings and bylaws of the Champaign County Grange, pro- 
ceedings of the Champaign Grange, and proceedings of the Fanners 
Cooperative Association of Champaign County. W. F. Hardy acted 
as secretary of the various organizations. 

Deposited by Mrs. Edith Sweney. 

MS 62-1911 



Jackson, Robert Edward. 

Papers, 1906-07. 

Sv. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Autograph book containing the signatures of the 112 delegates at 
the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention including Lee Crure, Charles 
Nathaniel Haslet*]). Thomas Fryor Gore, William Henry Murray, and 
Rolwrt T-ee Williams; a copy of Rules, roster, and standing commit- 
tees of the Constitutional Convention; and a copy of the constitution 
of Oklahoma. 

SIS 62-1912 



Dillon, John. 

Business records, 1873-192S. 

148 v. and 3T boxes. 

In Cornell University Lihrary, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (429) 

Correspondence, receipts, hills, and account books of coal and prod- 
uce businesses operated by Dillon & Larmon, and Dillon & Associates, 
Salem, Washington Co., N. Y. 

MS 62-1913 



Lillie, Gordon William, 1860-1942. 

Papers, 1911-13. 

16 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Rancher and entertainer. Correspondence, material relating to 
LiUie's various enterprises, autobiographical sketch and other per- 
sonal .material, 3 scrapbooks, newspapers and magazines containing 
articles pertaining to Lillie, posters, advertisements and other printed 
matter, architect's view of the proposed Indian Trading Post near 
Pawnee, Okla., blueprints, maps, fln«»irfB) and legal papers, memora- 
bilia, an oil painting and sketch of Lillie, and 416 photos, of LIUle, 
his wife May, and their show. 

MS 62-1914 



Respess, Elizabeth (Billups), complainant. 

Lejrn) records. 1801-14. 

214 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, accounts, affidavits, answers to complaints, inden- 
tures, judgments, executions, notices, orders, and plats relating to the 
law suit in the Virginia Superior Court of Chancery for Williams- 
burg District, of Elizabeth Billups Respess and Richard Henry Res- 
pess against Richard Billups, executor of the estate of Richard Res- 
pess and guardian of Ann Billups Respess Billups and Elizabeth 
Billups Respess. The suit was appealed from the court of Mathews 

Bequest of George Carrington Mason, 1956. 

MS 62-1915 

Son (Gas) Booking Agency, Inc. 

Records, 1926-55. 

40 ft 

In Ohio Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, payroll ledgers, theater audits, route cards, and 
other papers (largely 1980-45). The material relates to bookings of 
vaudeville acts, tabloid shows, movies, and acts for county and State 
fairs. Includes correspondence from branch offices in Buffalo Chi- 
cago, Des Moines, Detroit, Kansas City, Mo_ Miami, FUl, New York, 
Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Toronto, and Berlin, Germany, and from such 
performers as Louis Armstrong, The Duke of Paducah, the Booster 
Comhuskers, Bob Hope, Guy Lombardo, the Marx Brothers, Saily 
Rand, Lawrence Welk, and Mae West. ^^ 

Inventory In the repository. 

Gift of Gns Sun, Jr., 1961. 

MS 62-1916 

Warren, Henry, theater manager. 

Correspondence, 1846-58. 

ca. 100 items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

Letters to Warren, and to the firm Carr & Warren, from prominent 
actors and actresses concerning possible bookings in Buffalo, includ- 
ing Information on the performers' financial expectations and current 
activities, and on the state of the theater In various cities. Corre- 
spondents include Augustus A. Addams, Junius Brutus Booth, Charles 
Burke, W. H. Chippendale, Fannie Davenport, Edwin Dean, Mary 
Duff, Thomas Flynn, James Hackert, George Handel HUL George 
Holland, James E. Murdoch, Edward Rice, Thomas D. Rice, Joshua 
Silsbee, C. W. Taylor, James W. Wallack, Jr., and Barney Williams. 

Gift of the estate of William J. Davis, 1920. 

MS 62-1917 

Madison, Wis. First Baptist Church. 

Records, 1833-64. 

1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Correspondence and other records of Lyman C. Draper in his ca- 
pacity of clerk of the First Baptist Church. Includes letters from 
prospective pastors and church members; letters of dismissal of mem- 
bers from other churches; Draper's notes on meetings, resolutions, 
membership, and reports; and other miscellaneous records. 

MS 62-1918 

Harper, Blanc-hard, d. 1925. 

Papers, 1840-1912. 

1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

In part, transcript 

A diary (1884-86) kept by Miss Harper of Madison, Wis., while on 
a European trip ; copy of a letter from Charles J. Lynde to Dr. John 
K. Bartlett, written from Milwaukee In 1840 ; and a few letters (1910- 
12) from the Mary Hunt Loomis estate containing genealogical In- 
formation on the Lynde and Hunt families. 

MS 62-1919 

Audubon, John James, 1785-1851. 

Papers, 1808-1910. 

ca. 200 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Artist and naturalist. Correspondence, study notes, a scrapbook of 
Auduboniana compiled by Mary Audubon, biographical and prefatory 
material, and other papers. Correspondents include John James 
Abert, John Bachman, Spencer F. Baird, Charles L. Bonaparte, 
George T. Fox, Ethan A. Greenwood, Richard Tmr i«n Edward Harris, 
William MacGillivray, Samuel George Morton, Robert Treat Paine, 
George F. Parkman, Prideaux John Selby, William Swainson, John 
K Townsend, Nathaniel A. Vigors, William Xarrell, and members of 
Audubon's family. 

Gifts. 

MS 62-1920 



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Boren, Lyle H 1909- 

Papers. 1934-46. 

114 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 
~J2?0SS? T *."'' r -. S - KeP^witatire from Oklahoma. Correspond- 
ent ¥ '» e'nP'oy™™* and appointments, veterans' wmoeasktlon 
flrZri™ i£ h< ' r «■?*«*: speeches; campaign, legislativeHmd £- 
leaZL wii. £" ™ nts,nin f ""espondence. legislative bills new? re- 
leases, b.l's for newspaper and radio advertising, together with clln- 
Sww" SP , ap ?^, and magazines relating to ^lrtteal subjects; 8 
™™™n?^° f c }'™ ia & Pertaining to Boron's activities in CoMrUsT 
S^SSSJ """J, 06 ™ 11 ? 1 Publications; personal material {llTZk- 

Z^SSS.'ZfigF™ 1 "^ inC ™ mg «™1—— with 

MS 62-1921 

Baflly, Alexis, 1798-1861. 
Papers. 1821-68. 
2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
In part. photocopies. 

,.. 'Yhf 'f !i>i> k R i ve [ T ,ra<ler - Concerns Balily's trading operations 
at the mouth of the St. Peter's River, on Lake Pepin, and on Hte 
Chippewa Itiver. associating at various timeVWlthTames tt Lock? 
wood, Jo«ph Bolette. Jean IS. Faribault, and Joseph aBrownwd 
acting as an agent for the American Fur Company Includes ref- 
erences to Indian affairs, particularly the Sioux h.lf-bWcS tea 

c^fdZT„,r f V.* Pepn; reftren <« to the education oTBalUy'i 
children, and to his appointments to Crawford County afflcesT^ 

MS 62-1922 

MePhereon, James Birdseye, 1828-1864. 
Papsrs, 1851-^2. 
46 items. 

In Rutherford B. Hayes Library (Fremont, Ohio) 
Army oBcer and engineer. Correspondence (persona] and official) 
accounts, documents, deeds, statement? and memorabillf Tnfoffll 

£.* « SSI" of Mtoso » rl . *« engineer in the Tennessee campaign, 
C£7 superintendent of railroads In Western TenSeaseeT 
Purchased from Forest H. Sweet, 1950. ™™™e- 

MS 62-1923 

Cole, Harry Ellsworth, 1861-1928. 
Papers, 1837, 1850-1929. 
4 boxes. 

l?J^J^ 0rl< *K Soclet * ot Wisconsin collections 

MS 62-1924 

Benton, Charles S 1810-1882. 

Correspondence. 1837-73 
l box. 

rlL™^,?'^ rical Soc,et7 of w i«»nsin collections. 
the^neSfoi^v^ R^f '." NeW Tork - later of Wisconsin. Bulk of 
♦£. ™,'. .? ^ Benton's career in New Tork, with emphasis on 
the split and reunion in the Democratic Party in^848lndl849 mS 

Nc^na^fc F SnnSSS Va A?l lren '. an4 DaTitt WUmotT^rtah £ 
r.Zte?fn C tie\ H oSr vX"n^ k ?. : rk nd " *""*** ° f ^ •»* 

MS 62-1925 

Wisconsin. State Historical Society. 

Records from the Cuban archives, 1777-1811 
4 boxes. ' •"'•". 

pL S i? te ?!S°' ical Soc1ety ot Wisconsin collections 

Material from the Bernardo de Galvez letter books. th» n^n- 

S™„S ™? other «««* oealing ra wit?Se , S^l a n h reS ^S 
Blorida and Louisiana, containing Information onClS? 

A^canSt^.* 8 im P°f "on of sia'ves.^re^Sonf wltt 'Se 

Calendar in the repository. 

MS 62-1926 



Earn Claire Lumber Company, Eau Claire, Wis. 

Records, 1846-88. 

1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

In part, transcripts. 

Copies from the surveyor general's records of timber contracts be- 
tween Nelson C. Chapman and Joseph G. Thorp and various Wisconsin 
Individuals and Anns (1861-65) : a stock book dating from tie In- 
corporation of the Eau Claire Lumber Company In 1866 ; a volume con- 
taining descriptions and maps of lands owned by the company; and 
miscellaneous deeds, grants, and contracts. 

MS 62-1927 

Hastings, Samuel Dexter, 1816-1903. 

Papers, 1838-72. 

1 v. and 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
.v „f nler ' tem Perance leader, and politician. Letters touch upon 
^Si^E^F"? °\ ^* Kepublicau Party, business and family affaire, 
and Hastings' relations with his constituents while lie was aTash 
semblyman In Wisconsin in 1856. A letter book (1858-65) kept by 
Francis W. Newland for Hastings, concerns land teansacSms. 

MS 62-1928 
Hamilton, Henry P 1862-1919. 

Papers, 1887-1918. 
S v. and 6 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
Ri^ ra w°i l<S * n I^ °/ HasnDt ?n. an amateur archeologist of Two 
Rivers, Wis., with farmers, dealers, and other possessors of items 
Hamilton desired for his collection of native copper Indian trnple- 

SfH;."^? 6 "f^- 1 "™^' and "Pe" 8 - Elates to prices, forgerlel 
theactWtles of other collectors, and the Wisconsin Arcbeologl^l£ 

S^L ^ZZSZSfJSWSS. S? """tory of his collectton, which 

mS£&SSRw2£" Htet0riCal "—»«*»***». are 

MS 62-1929 

Hamilton, Alfred K 1840-1918. 

Papers, 1848-1900. 

l box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
n n £ a . Pe JL Conc T ,lnff a lunlber fl ™ operating at Fond du Lac, Wis 
*"^„ «™ names, and business enterprises in Milwaukee 
with which Hamilton was connected. Includes a few letters frmi 

patronage and other matters, and a volume of accounts and mventorf 
of lumber camp property for 1878-80. inventory 

MS 62-1930 

Gunnison, Henry W 

Papers, 1836, 1853-61. 
1 box- 
In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
Engineer. Correspondence and routine records relating to Gun- 
th? > Mli a ^ 1 l' t ' eS K aS J T - S - agent and engineer for the improvement of 
the Milwaukee harbor and as superintendent of construction Hof the 
cMtomhouse thereA letter book contains letters anTrepoSs to tte 
«mS£££' mi ' iD WaSbiaStOD resardi ^ "- "nstru^ 

MS 62-1931 

Conover, Obadiah Mflton, 1825-1884. 

Papers, 1843-82. 

lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

Lawyer. A notebook kept by Conover while In Princeton Univer- 
sity, containing 2 short diaries ; records of the Wisconsin State Col- 
onization Society (1S5S-54) ; correspondence relating to the reorgani- 
MUon of the University of Wisconsin in 1858, Including letters from 
Henry Barnard, Paul A. Chadbourne, Lyman C. Draper John G Mc- 
Mynn, Josiah L. Pickard, Carl SJrnrz, and others; and letters from 
Sarah Fairchild Dean, later Mrs. Conover. ^^ 

MS 62-1932 

Bmsson, Joseph, £.1846. 

Papers, 1891-1914. 

lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

River pilot and steamboat master of Wabasha, Minn. Includes 
some correspondence, mainly replies of rlvermen to queries of Buls- 
son who was collecting photos, and data on the early history of Mis- 
sissippi River navigation; a number of anecdotes, addresses lists 
and unfinished articles dealing with Indian and river lore; and small 
memorandum books in which Bulsson jotted down scraps of Informa- 
tion. 

MS 62-1938 



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Boilvin, Nicholas, d. 1827. 

Correspondence, 1811-23. 

lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Photocopies from originals in the War Dept. 

Letters from Boilvin, Indian agent at Prairie du Chieo from 1811 
to 1827, to the Secretary of War, dealing almost exclusively with the 
affairs of the Indian tribes under Boilvin's Jurisdiction, and of par- 
ticular value for the period of the War of 1812. Some of the letters 
are In French, and accompanied by typewritten translations; others 
are In English by a copyist 

MS 62-1934 



Heg, Hans Christian, 1829-1863. 

Correspondence. 1862-63. 

1 box and 1 reel of microfilm (negative) 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Norwegian-American pioneer and Civil War officer. Letters from 
He? to his wife and children daring his Civil War service as Colonel 
of the 15th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry and commander of the 3d 
Brigade, 1st Division. 20th Army Corps, In Kentucky and Tennessee. 
The letters describe campaigns and war life, and give advice on his 
family's domestic problems. Includes newspaper clippings of pnbllc 
letters written by Heg from the war front 

Most of the letters have been either summarized or printed In full 
In The Civil War letters of Colonel Hans Christian Heg (1936) 
edited by Theodore C. Blegen. 

MS 62-1935 



Herfurth, Elizabeth, d. 1928. 

Papers, 1907-^21. 

6 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Teacher of Madison, Wis. Correspondence, drafts of a Wisconsin 
teachers* pension fund bilL petitions, questionnaires, and material 
on pension laws in other states. Concerns Miss Herfurth's activities 
as organizer and president of the Teachers' Retirement Fund Associ- 
ation, and secretary of the board of trustees to administer the fund; 
die drive for passage of the pension bill, attitudes toward it and 
queries on its administration, rulings of the attorney general, and 
efforts to repeal or amend the law. 

MS62-1936 



Hoard, William Dempster, 1836-1918. 

Papers, 1880-1918. 

73 v. and 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Governor of Wisconsin. Mainly Hoard's private letter books (73 
v., 1880-1S09), together with copies of addresses on dairy farming, a 
mimeographed letter by Hoard at Fort Atkinson, supporting Isaac 
Stephenson for senator In 1908, a few letters from President William 
H. Taft thanking Hoard for his support and letters of Hoard and 
Rasmus B. Anderson concerning the latter's autobiography and its 
treatment of the Bennett law. 

Use of the letter books is restrlcted. 

MS 62-1937 



Hoxie and Mellor Company. 

Records, 1884-91. 

39 v. and 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Correspondence (1 box), invoices, statements and estimates, court 
testimony, journals, ledgers, cashbooks, salesbooks, and order books 
of a lumber company at Antigo, Wis, organized by John C. Hoxie 
and Edward N. Mellor, with branches at Bryant Wis., and Bessemer, 
Marenlsco, and Ironwood, Mich. Includes information on a legal 
controversy in the course of which the company's property was volun- 
tarily assigned to Charles V. Bardeen. 

MS 62-1938 



American Society of Equity of North America. 

Records, 1916-34. 

5 v. and 2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Records of a farmers' organization for the promotion of coopera- 
tive commodity marketing and cooperative ownership of factories and 
retail outlets. Includes proceedings of Wisconsin state conventions 
of 1916, 1917, and 1919 ; minutes of the state executive committee and 
board of directors (1919-34) ; quarterly financial reports of the state 
union (1921-34) ; and proceedings of national conventions which met 
in Wisconsin in 1917 and 1920. 

MS 62-1939 



Baxter, John B G d. 1892. 

Papers, 1828, lS-I'MM). 

1 box- _ 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Civil War surgeon. Papers relating to Baxter's service in the 
TJ S Volunteers as brigadier surgeon and medical purveyor in Vir- 
ginia, 1862, and as surgeon in charge. Barracks Hospital, New Or- 
leans, 1863-65. Consists almost wholly of administrative communi- 
cations, such as receipts and inventories of medical supplies, hospital 
inspections, contracts with nurses, and lists of patients. Includes 
correspondence with families of patients and receipts for persona] 
effects. 

MS 62-1940 

Holt, S L 

Pap-'s. 1829-70. 

3 items and 2 v. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Two Mississippi plantation journals and account books reflecting 
ante-bellum social and economic life, and a few papers relating to 
Negro affairs. 

MS 62-1941 

Kellogg, Amherst W 

Papers. 1884-1916. 

1 v. and 104 p. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

In part, transcript (typewritten) 

Businessman, Insurance executive, and author. Letters to Kellogg 
from Methodist leaders ; a copy of his Recollections of life In early 
Wisconsin ; and a volume of treasurer's records (from 18S4) of the 
Milwaukee County Bible Society. 

The Recollections have been published In Wisconsin magazine of 
history, v. 7 (1923-24) p. 473-98, and v. S (1924-25) p. 88-110, 221-43. 

MS 62-1942 



International Workingmen's Association. 

Records, 1871-76. 

5 v. and 2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Forms part of the Society's Labor collection. 

Letter book of the Central Committee of which F. A. Sorge of New 
York was corresponding secretary, containing also some letters of the 
International Labor Union ; 2 boxes of correspondence, receipts, clip- 
pings, and other papers of the General Council, including some un- 
bound papers of Philadelphia Section Number 26, and St Louis Sec- 
tion Number 1; and bound records (4 v„ 1871-73) of the Philadel- 
phia Section, containing minutes of meetings, lists of members, and 
financial accounts. 

MS 62-1943 



Smith, William, 1727-1803. 

Papsrs, 1690-1869. 

6 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Provost of the College and Academy of Philadelphia. Correspond- 
ence, writings, diplomas and clerical licenses, draft of a diploma 
granted to George Washington ; a memoir of Dr. Smith by C. J. Stllle ; 
and the minute book (1755) of the German Free School. Writings, 
both MS. and printed, Include many pamphlets and newspaper articles 
on politics, education, religion, and other subjects. Correspondence 
(1753-1829) includes the Thomas Penn-Rlchard Peters-William 
Smith correspondence of 1753 to 1791. 

Deposit by Dr. John H. Brinton. 

MS 62-1944 



Socialist Labor Party. 

Records, 1866-1907. 

46 v. and 52 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Forms part of the Society's Labor collection. 

Correspondence (47 boxes, mainly for the years 1896-99) ; 4 boxes 
of bills, receipts, and miscellaneous unbound records ; letter books of 
the National Executive Committee (5 v., 1883-92 with some gape) ; 
minutes of meetings of the Committee (1889-01) ; account books, lists 
of subscribers to newspapers, records of tripe of organizers, scrap- 
books and other miscellaneous records of the national organization; 
records of state committees and sections. Including Adams, Mass, 
Boston (Finnish and Scandinavian Sections), Newark, N. J., New 
York State, Buffalo. N. Y„ Mt Vernon, N. X., New York City, Newton, 
N. T, Houston, Tex. (Italian Section), Everett, Wash., and Van- 
couver, B. C. 

Described in Guide to the manuscripts of the Wisconsin Historical 
Society (1944) p. 116-117. 

MS 62-1946 



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De Leon, Daniel, 1852-1914. 

Correspondence, 1889-1907. 

Tboxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Forms part of the Society's Labor collection. 

Socialist leader. Papers relating to De Leon's position as editor 
of the New York Weekly people, organ of the Socialist Labor Party. 
Consists mainly of letters to the newspaper, from subscribers, party 
organizers, local sections, and reform leaden of other Turtles, discuss- 
ing such matters as contributions to the paper, party policies, coloni- 
zation projects, organization work, relations with labor organizations 
and other reform groups, the formation of the Socialist Trade and 
Labor Alliance, and the cleavage within the party. Most or the 
papers are for the years 1895 to 1899. Mg ^g 



Blaine, John James, 1875-1984. 

Papers, 1873, 1894-1934. 
- 8 v. and fi9 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

U. S Senator from Wisconsin. Mainly correspondence and 
speeches relating primarily to the years (1921-27) Blaine served as 
Governor of Wisconsin. Correspondence inclnde Grace Abbott, Joseph 
D Beck, Zona Gale, Theodore Kronshage, Bobert M. La FoUette, Sr., 
Robert M. La PoUette, Jr., Solomon Levitan, George W. Norrls, Alfred 
T Rogers, Edward A. Boss, Joseph Schafer, Isaac Stephenson, Ed- 
ward Voigt, Edwin E. Wltte, and Fred M. Wylie. 

Described in Gnlde to the manuscripts of the State Historical So- 
ciety of Wisconsin, snpplement no. 1, by Josephine L. Harper and 
Sharon C. Smith (195T) 

MS 62-1947 



Buck, Solon Justus, 1884- 

Papers, 1901-43. 

2 rei 's of microfilm (1 positive, 1 negative) 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Historian and archivist Letters written to Buck's parents during 
his student days at the University of Wisconsin (1801-06) , describing 
his studies, living and working conditions, social activities, and his 
interest in photography and dramatics ; together with a bibliography 
of travel and description of the U. S» 1750-1830, prepared by Buck 
and others for the American Historical Association between 1924 ane 
M84 and partially revised In 1943. 

MS 62-1948 



Miller, 6 K 

Papers, 1908-36. 

2 v. and 5 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lists of Comanche and Kiowa tribe members, voting lists of the 
Comanche tribe, tribal constitution, 2 Indian business account ledgers, 
and other papers relating to modern Comanche Indian tribal history. 

MS 62-1949 



Miller family". 

Business records, 1892-1935. 

10 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence, records of packing plant sales, daily gauge read- 
ing of oil tanks, financial records of operation, miscellaneous bills, 
advertising and publicity material, scrapbook of the 101 Ranch Wild 
West Show, abstracts of title, testimony In the Tom Mix lawsuit, re- 
ceivership and other legal papers, and photos, of the 101 Ranch in 
Oklahoma which was operated by George W. Miller and his sons, Joe, 
Zack, and George. MS 62-1950 



Oklahoma. University. Library. Dknsion of Manasoripts. 

Records of Oklahoma civic groups, 1889-1955. 

25 f 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Papers of the American Association of University Women, Ameri- 
can Legion, American Red Cross, Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma, 
Daughters of the American Revolution, Forum Literary Society, Fra- 
ternal Order of Eagles, Lions Clubs of Oklahoma, Masonic Order of 
Oklahoma, Muskogee Musical Arts Society, Oklahoma Outdoor Council, 
Oklahoma State Federation of Women's Clubs, Okmulgee Civic Im- 
provement Club, Planned Parenthood Organization, and other Okla- 
homa civic groups. 

MS 62-1951 



Kerr, Robert S 

Papers, 1909-50. 

50 ft. 

In University -of Oklahoma Library. . 

Governor and U. S. Senator from Oklahoma. Correspondence; 
speeches- campaign material including form letters, advertising, 
alphabetical listing of the counties of Oklahoma, out-of-State congrat- 
ulatory telegrams; inaugural reception guest book (1942) ; 11 scrap- 
books relating to Kerr's personal and political life; 3 proclamations; 
drafts of 183 newsletters entitled Governor Kerr says ; and photos. 
Includes letters concerning Kerr's gubernatorial and senatorial cam- 
paigns, the presidential campaign (1944), and correspondence with 
State institutions and agencies of the Federal Government pertaining 
to State business. MS 62-1952 



Hepburn, Alonzo Barton, 1846-1922. 

Papers, 1886-1918. 

6 box-s. 

In Columbia University Libraries. _ ,., „ 

Banker and philanthropist- Correspondence, notes, pamphlets, 
typescripts and galley proofs of Hepburn's books: History of coinage 
and currencv in the United States (1903) and History of currency in 
the United States (1315), and other papers. Includes mimeographed 
reports of, and correspondence relating to the Federal Milk Commis- 
sion. n _ n 

Gift of Mrs. Cordelia Cushman. 19o3. 

MS 62-1953 



Cornell University. New York State School of Industrial 
and Labor Relations. 
Records of ad hoc arbitration boards, 1913-58. 

In New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations col- 
Transactions of hearings, reports, minutes of meetings and confer- 
ences arbitration awards, data on employees, wages, cost of living, 
Jrin-e benefits costs of union demands, and comparative statistics 
on wages hours, and working conditions. Organizations represented 
inclnde Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway and 
Motor Coach Employees of America, Amalgamated Clothing Workers 
of America, American Arbitration Association, Building and Allied 
Trades Council, Conductors Benevolent Association, Connecticut Co., 
Connecticut Railway and Lighting Co., Independent American Trans- 
port Union. International Association of Machinists, International 
Ladies' Garment Workers Union, International Railway Co., Los 
Angeles -E '.itnrial Association, Los Angeles Examiner Division of the 
Hearst Publishing Co., Motormen's Benevolent Association. New- 
York City Board of Education, New York City Transit Authority, 
Quality Transportation Corp., Rochester Clothiers Exchange, Roches- 
ter Transit Co., The Short Line, inc.. Signal Electricians Benevolent 
Association, Union Street Railway Co.. United Marine Division of the 
International Longshoremen's Association, and Yale and Towne Man- 
uacturing Co. Names of arbitrators include Samuel Barnett, Edward 
D Becker Jacob BiUlkopf, Louis D. Brandeds, Allen T. Burns, George 
£ Byford, Woodward L? Cannon, Joseph D Clauson, Charles W. 
Cobb Julius Henry Cohen, David L. Cole, John P. Cooney, Albert . l. 
Cornsweet Samuel T. Curry, B. T. Fay, Hyman Gould, Robert L. 
i&e? JanWTHealy. Elinore M. Herrick, Hamilton Hoyt, Harry L. 
Hopkins, Aaron Horowitz, Isaac Hourwich, Raymond v. . ^S**?"- 
Vito F Lanza, William M. Leiserson, Meyer London^ Joseph D. Mc- 
Cuk Edward C Magulre, Arthur S. Meyer, Bert Belnauer, Ralph 
S^ara°Robtrt S.^en5, Harley L. Swift, M Herbert Syme, George 
W Taylor, James J. Walker, Saul Wallen, N. J. Ware, Walter E. 
Weyl, Phillip B. Willauer, and O. David Zimring. 

Described in Guide to the records. Labor Management Documenta- 
tion Center, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Keia- 

°In p:Irt, gifts of Albert I. Cornsweet, Saul Wullen, Mrs. Arthur S. 
Meyer Ralph Seward, and David L. Colt 

' MS 02-1954 



Diven, Alexander Samuel, 1809-1896. 
Papers, 1849-1940. 
taCo'niell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 

"Lawyer 'u.^& "Representative from New York and railroad pro- 
moter. Correspondence, tax records, accounts, bonds, mortgages, 
agreements land contracts, maps, surveys, deeds, and other legal and 
financial papers relating to the activities of Diven and his son George 
M. Diven in the development of lands and railroads, largely n >ew 
York State The collection is composed of a number of distinct but 
related sets of papers: Northern Central Railway Co. assessment 
records (1S63-1902K Erie Railroad Co. records (1849-76), miscella- 
neous railroad papers (1881-89), Cayuga Lake Railroad Co. records 



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Diven, Alexander Samuel, 1809-1896. Papers 1849-1940 
(Confinned) ' 

(1872-84), Auburn & Ithaca Railway Co. records n88ft-»n fk„„„.„ 

Stoi Sr«.7fnr^'-, SjUer railr ads represented include Buf- 
laio i state Line, Buffalo, New York & Erie Hailmnrt (-* n.,„,„ 

Si^V 1 Erie RaUroad Co., Pennsylvania^ A x£J ^rfc^£na? & 

MS 62-1955 

Cornell University. *«, y^ Stale School of Industrial 
and Labor Relatione. 

Records of U. S. emergency fact finding boards under the 
Railway labor act, 1950-58. 
20 boxes. 

coUeWons! ^ ^ SdJ °°' ° f lndustri « 1 *"<i Labor ligations 

„P 0r .T'" ondeuce ' traoscripts of hearings, reports, charts table« 
and other papers relating to disputes beWeei] TVar ™ union" ,Si 

St^S^ by "«- w •»ards a a^iu,"7bV 1 [ he 
V!T„S? Organizations represented include Akron, Canton and 
Tonngstown Railroad Co., American Airlines, Inc., Brotherhld of 
Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, lirotherhiod oi KaTS^un 
men, Eastern Carriers Conference Committee. Eastern 4ir Ti„~ 
inc.. FUght Engineers International AssodarSn, Int^ioL f" E? 

gS^^tte-^A^S S « 

te.^^^rcalat-^r^dt Ononis? 

Gift from various sources. 

MS 62-1956 

Derieth, August William, 1909- 
Papers, 1838-1954. 
35 bn-es and 2 packages. 

?n n S JS te » HiSt0ril 2 1 Society of Wisconsin collections. 
In part, transcripts. 

Correspondents include George Abbe Can t » „,i™ . «. 

^^raTuo^^an^^ot^b^^ -^ 

AIS 62-1957 



League of Women Voters of the United States. 

Papers, 1892-1956 

486 ft. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division 

among members of the national board w^IT- !S d « , ™Pondence 
and the State and loial nffi^S £??^ between the national board 
officials! ^nd blf,?^ 4 ' offi £^^ w fO f League officers and publl? 
_ j ' v-i^xu tne league and other organizations. form. 

Mc^™!ctatd^uth J Br?an H K , ohde n ' Fi0renCe ^"^ *"* Han - 

^oMSKM" reSWrtl0as —*" * the library. 

MS 62-1958 



Marvin, Samuel W 

Correspondence, 1879-1917. 

58 items. 

In University of Virginia Library (773) 

rMmm§mws 

SS2S f2S33b?S5 &£nZ£ S5V*» ^ J <^ 

ssgsssaass&serrjr 

Gift, 1940. ' 



MS 62-1959 



Democratic Party, Oklahoma. 
Records, 1924-58. 
64 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 
ilt^^°^^J pee ^ be3 - ""fi^Hal memos (1952), campaign 

Bobert S. Kerr, Stephen Mitchell. Boy £ai«Er*2l CuerxSg: 
rt.l^ 8 .* 5? 1 In A.5i id £ t0 res' 00 * 1 manuscript collections In the Dl- 
Bofi Uftw^ ^ T7mra8lt y <* Oklahoma Library, by Z SMjib. 



MS 62-1960 



Wisconsin. State Historical Society. 

Lab™- collection, 1830-1953. 

ca. 50] v. and 279 boxes. 

r£j^f,'';« 1St0rlc< ' 1 ! ociet7 »f Wisconsin collections. 

MS 62-1961 



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Samuel, John, 1817-1909. 

Pap-rs. 1873-1907. 

15 b^ses. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Forms part of the Society's Labor collection. 

Labor leader. Correspondence and clippings. Correspondence (3 
boxes) relates to early stages in the history of the Knights of Labor, 
to Samuel's activities In the 1880's as secretary of the cooperative 
board of the organization, and to labor problems in general. Clip- 
pings (12 boxes), mounted and in some cases annotated by Samuel, 
relate to cooperative enterprises in England, and America, to the 
Grange and the Farmers' Alliance, and to allied subjects. 

MS 62-1962 

Church, William H 1842-1893. 

Pap-rs. 1861-96. 

64 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Civil War officer. Letters written during 1884 and 1865 by 2d Lt 
Chnrch of Company G, 6th Wisconsin Veteran Volunteer Infantry, de- 
scribing battles In Virginia, his confinement to a hospital, and the 
homeward journey from Virginia to Leeds In June and July of 1865. 
Includes inventories of supplies, mustier rolls, orders, descriptive lists, 
and other records kept by Church, as well as his discharge papers 
from Company G of the 2d Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry In 1864 and 
communications with the Pension Bureau. 

MS 62-1963 

Kimberley, Edwin O d. 1919. 

Papers, 1850-82. 

lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Letters (mainly 1850-75) to Henry and Elizabeth Kimberley, Brod- 
head. Wis., from relatives in Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, England, giving 
family news, prices of farm products, English views of the Civil War, 
with some Inquiries about possibilities of immigration ; together with 
Civil War letters from a son, Edwin O. Kimberley, leader of a regi- 
mental band, 3d Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, and of a brigade band 
In Sherman's army. 

MS 62-1964 

Jordan, John D collector. 

Jordan collection. 1839-1903. 

43 it-lus. 

In University of Oklahoma Ltbrary. 

Cherokee documents of James Madison Bell, W. W. Bell, Ellas 
Cornelius Boudinot, and John Rollin Ridge ; MS. of Mabel Anderson's 
biography of General Stand Watie ; clippings relating to Albert Pike, 
Stand Watie, and J. P. Wheeler; and Cherokee photos. 

MS 62-1965 

Bjoin, Halvor A 

Papers, 1849-99. 

1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Norwegian immigrant and owner of an extensive farm in the towns 
of Christiana and Pleasant Springs, Wis. Early papers deal mainly 
with land transfers; after 1860 includes letters from friends and 
relatives of the Bjoin family In Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, and Nor- 
way, all in Norwegian. 

MS 62-1966 

Mississippi. Dept. of Archive) and History. 

Cemetery records, 1862-1938. 

1 v. and 1 reel of microfilm. 

In Mississippi Dept of Archives and History. 

In part, transcript (typewritten) 

The records of Greenwood Cemetery, Jackson, Miss, Include a list 
of burials, 1823-60; a register of lots sold, 1862-1915; register of 
white, colored, and pauper burials, 1872; of white burials, 1872-87; 
and of colored burials, 1893-88. The roster of cemeteries In Monroe 
Co. (compiled In 1938 by W. A. Evans and associates) contains Indexes 
of the cemeteries and of family names. Includes a brief history of 
Greenwood Cemetery. 

MS 62-1967 

Crook, George, 1828-1890. 
Letters, 1863-90. 

45 Items. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Army officer. Letters include material on the Sioux campaign of 
1876, the Apache campaigns of 1883 and 1886, and the Sioux Commis- 
sion, 1889. 

Unpublished calendar in the library. 

Microfilm copy. 

MS 62-1968 



Ege, Peter, 1835-1920. 

Pap-rs, 1836-1911. 

5 v. and 2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Mainly correspondence, diaries, and official and personal military 
records kept by Colonel Ege of the 34th Illinois Volunteer Infantry 
from 1862 to 1866, together with miscellaneous business records and 
genealogical data pertaining to the Ege family of Albany, 111., and to 
Elijah Booth of Cass Co., Ind., and Bock Island, IlL, father of Peter 
Eg^s wife Harriette. 

MS C2-1969 



Hatfield, Edna. 

Pap-rs, 1832-1958. 

200 it^iitf. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Description of the Sun Dance and other Indian ceremonials: and 
Information gathered through interviews with pioneers relating to the 
Boomers, claim jumpers, cornerstones, dugouts, early funeral cus- 
toms, literary societies, missionaries, place names, sod houses, the 
Sooners, subscription schools, tales or trails including Black Dog Trail 
and Yellow Bull Crossing, and other accounts of the hardships of early 
days In the Oklahoma Territory. 

Gift of Mrs. Hatfield. 

MS C2-1970 

Heffner, Roy E 1895- 

Pap-rs of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Heffner, 1874-1947. 

25 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

University professor and photographer. Correspondence, news- 
paper clippings, publications of the University of Oklahoma, religious 
papers ; and ca. 50,000 photos, (giass and acetate negatives, and 
prints) of Indians, military posts, land runs, and the Indian nnd Okla- 
homa Territory. Includes correspondence with friends and associates 
In religious and educational work, and family letters. 

MS 02-1971 



Cnrtin, Jeremiah, 1835-1906. 

Papers, 1861-1900. 

3 reels of microfilm (negative) 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Diplomat and linguist Letters and dispatches (1861-69) pertain- 
ing to Curtln's career as secretary to the United States legation in 
Russia, and extensive portions of" his recollections of his childhood, 
education, diplomatic experiences, and world travels. 

The recollections, of which this microfilm reproduces p. 1-574, 62S- 
691, and 717-720, have been edited by Joseph Schafer and published 
under the title Memoirs of Jeremiah Curtin (1940) 

MS G2-1972 



Murray, Johnston, 1902- 

Papers, 1950-55. 

60 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

In part, microfilm. 

Lawyer and Governor of Oklahoma. Correspondence, Including 
letters relating to departments of the Oklahoma government; minutes 
of the Governor's Conference and the State Land Office; public rela- 
tions documents; Oklahoma House and Senate bills; papers of the 
23rd and 24th Oklahoma Legislatures ; political posters and campaign 
material ; movies and sound recordings ; family papers; material and 
photos, describing the Murray Colony in Bolivia; and political, In- 



dian, and family photos. 



MS 62-1973 



Nieberding, Vehna. 

Papers, 1842-1957. 

184 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Author. Interviews with early day settlers and Indians of North- 
eastern Oklahoma, MSS. of Mrs. Nieberding on Stand Watie, and a 
letter of John Rollin Bldge. 

MS 62-1974 

Rands, Harold Alva, 1871- 

Papers. 1906-41. 

7 ft 

In University of Or^on Library. 

Hydraulic engineer. Correspondence, diaries, reports, and working 
papers, relating to hydroelectric installations, and to power and flood 
control surveys of the Columbia Blver system. Involving work for 
the North Coast Power Co, the Portland Electric Power Co., the 
Washington Water Power Co., and the TJ. S. Corps of Engineers. 

MS 62-1975 



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Nelson, George, 1870-1944. 
Papers, 1905-44. 
ca. 2 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 
Interpreter for the Indian Service. Correspondence (personal 

A^l b f Gr ^. M cCurtain and Douglas H. Johnston, Government 

rSSS^ Ahrl"*"* 1° « he Sa i e of lands and mineral rights to the 
Choctaw-Chickasaw Nation, affidavits, proofs of heirship, deeds, wills. 

2S£?^ Md ° tb . er papers ' cniefl y concerning Indians of Virions 
tribes who were attempting to be placed on the tribal rolls 

MS 62-1976 

Murray, William Henry, 1869-1956. 
Papers, 1896-1952. 

8ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library 

Lawyer, State official, Governor of Oklahoma, and TJ. S. Represent- 
ative. Correspondence, speeches, messages, ledgers, scrapbooks Mur- 
ray s publications, clippings, campaign material, tear sheets from the 
Congressional record, a genealogy, other papers, and photos. In- 
cludes copies of a draft of the Constitution of Oklahoma, and rolls of 

I 8 ! r? alternates to Democratic National Conventions (1»12 

sod J.&J.O) 

MS 62-1977 

Mosely, Palmer S 

Papers, 1894-1904. 

228 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Governor of the Chickasaw Nation. Correspondence, speeches, 
messages, proclamations, and political material relating to the Twta- 
Territorles movement, cattlemen, elections In the Chickasaw Nation, 
the problems of Indian attorney, and cotton land leases. 

MS 62-1978 

Cole, Charles D 1806-1867. 

Papers, 1831-47. 

1 reel of microfilm (negative) 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
.„„ C r mt t Dd , 'umberman of Sheboygan Co., Wis. CorresDond- 
SSn h* l^°° ."^cner's """tract Includes »rres£ndefceTcofe 
7™„i !fr am ' Iy m , N . ew Tork State concerning business agriculture! 
sK^^r?.' aD l the aCtiTltles of «* Fourleriteslea'r Snetoygan" 
-S?;^ *! lth correspondence of the Rev. Huntington Lymai 
with the secretary of the American Home Missionary SodetyT^ 

MS 62-1979 

Davis, Moses M 1820-1888. 

Correspondence, 1849-83. 

1 bo\-. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

Wisconsin physician and State legislator. Nearly half the collec- 
t.on consists of letters from Davis to Congressman JohTFol PoSer 
on the subjects of Wisconsin politics, thTionduct of the Civil Wa7 
and problems of the Republican Party More lBSS nfvuf^BeTvS 
^STSS^ISLi? 6 S,aTerT larae lnm CharleTsuniner! John P 
Hale Joshua Giddlngs, and others. The correspondence, which to 
almost entirely of a political nature, also induaeslettersfr(£n State 
and other national Republican leaders, among t£e« aSonPoSe! 
James R. Doolittle, Charles Durkee. Willia^a sTwiri Carl SaSS' 
O.C. Washburn, and David Wilmot aewaro, carl Schurz, 

MS 62-1980 

Morgan, Dick Thompson, 1858-1920. 

Papers, 1880-1920. 

18 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer and U. S. Representative from Oklahoma. Correspond- 
ence, speeches, copies of legislative bills proposed by Morgan, press 
clippings, and other printed material. Includes personal, family 
political, and business Utters, and letters relating to Morgan's ln- 
terest in the Christian Church. 

MS 62-1981 

Lahman, Marion Sherwood. 

Papers, 1950. 
8Tlti'ins. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

MS. for Mrs. Lahman's Southwestern wild flowers, a notebook 
containing 67 full page drawings of Western wild flowers, and other 
. Ai&i.- concerned with Southwestern ethnobotany. 

MS 62-1982 



Hammond family. 

Papers, 1751-1914. 

3507 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

c\nde*Th'L 1 . 87 ??- ""J", membera «»— « M? ItaeSteaJ-i 
Md JtlTZ ^"T 4 Jndee <* *** On>hans- Court* Llberrytowi 
Md., and his brother Dawson V. Hammond. ""onjrmwu. 

Card index in the library 
Acquired, 1946-58. 

MS 62-1983 

Heydrick, L S 

Papers. 1901-^0. 

1T0 Items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence; legal material Including affidavits, agreements 
articles of incorporation, bonds, contracts, depositions and statements.' 
and original leases; newspaper dippings publicizing the oil boom- a 
S* P »!£ i nd \ an ,, Ter ^ t ? I7 i other P* 1 * 18 relating to the discovery of 
£l£ ed . ^? rk oU W ,' U by ^ esse *■ Heydrick; and photos, of prominent 
wTS ^ Um oL a /' d tte 2"* IadlaD Com,c,L Includes I copy* 
William A. Settle's report concerning his examination of the Hey- 
drick papers covering the discovery of oil in Red Fork, Okla. and a 
MS. of a chapter on the history of the Red Fork flSd, from Joto 
W. Flenner's History of early oil development In Oklahoma. 

MS 62-1984 

Settle, Thomas, 1831-1888. 

Papers of Thomas Settle, Jr., and Thomas Settle m, 1850- 
1924. 

5230 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (8345) 

Lawyers and politicians. Papers concern North Carolina politics, 
the Republican Party In the State, legislation, and legal and Judicial 
matters. The few papers after 1898 are of Mary Settle Sharpe. The 
material Is related to the library's papers of Thomas Settle. Sr 

Unpublished description In the library 

Gift of Mrs. W. M Avery, 1958. 

MS 62-1985 

Eohlsaat, Reimer, 1810-1868. 

Papers, 1834-1941. 

500 items and 4 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Storekeeper and farm manager. Correspondence, diary, essays, 
family histories, and printed matter of Eohlsaat and his family 
Kohlsaats correspondence includes letters written in the 1840's by 
friends In the East discussing business enterprises and family news, 
and letters written in 1850 by Kohlsaat to his wife Sarah, while he 
worked In his brother's store in Hoboken, N. J. The letters for the 
1880 s relate to Kohlsaats son Christian C. Eohlsaat and give in- 
formation on his law studies at the University of Chicago, the out- 
break of the Civil War, and the law office which he opened In Chicago 
in 1867. Other letters for this period from other members of the 
family give data on reactions to slavery, religion, and family mat- 
ters. Includes a diary (Jnly-Sept 1834) kept by Sarah HalL 

Descriptive inventory in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Ernest W. Eohlsaat, 1859-61. 

MS 62-1988 



Haskell, Charles Nathaniel, 1860-1933. 

Papers, 1865-1933. 

247 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Governor of Oklahoma. Correspondence; reading copy of Has- 
tens inaugural address; his message to the 1st Oklahoma Legisla- 
ture; certificate of election as Governor of Oklahoma; his biography - 
Inaugural programs; Oklahoma constitution material; other papers 
relating to the Constitutional Convention, the Sequoyah Convention, 
and the fight for statehood; dippings; and family photos. Indudes 
a Constitutional Convention letter (1»17) from M L. Mott to the 
Secretary of the Interior, and an article entitled C. N. Haskell and 
Oklahoma prohibition, by E M Sweet Correspondents Indude Wil- 
liam Jennings Bryan, Frank Frantz, Thomas Pryor Gore, William B. 
Hearst, E W. Hock, Cordell Hun, Henry S John.it/rn r^uh-a™. 
Frank Phillips, James Brooks Ayr^Tkote^FtanSto* DeSo 
ME T^app e ° d0re Ro0Bere ». B - K - tSSS^S^t^Sa 

MS 62-1987 



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Hendricks, James R I. 1817. 

Papers, 1859-1902. 

ca.2 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Cherokee judge. Correspondence (family and general), journals, 
notebooks, speeches, accounts; villa, petitions, statements relating 
to charges against individuals, and other legal documents; printed 
matter including advertisements, broadsides, handbills, and a copy 
of the T&hlequah times (1878) ; and other papers pertaining to 
family dates, Indian customs, and remedies. Includes special corre- 
spondence and other papers arranged under the subjects of Blind 
and Insane Asylum, Elections of National Party, "Old Settler" 
affairs, and Tahleqnah Lodge of the National Party; and letters 
from patients for whom Hendricks prescribed medicine and treatment 
by mail. 

MS 62-1988 



Beauregard family. 

Papers, 1847-1940. 

ca. 300 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Correspondence, notes, memoranda, clippings, reminiscences (1847- 
48) of Pierre G. T. Beauregard on the Mexican Campaign under 
Scott, and genealogical material, collected by Nettle H. Beauregard, 
on the Beauregard. Chouteau, Clemens, Frost HamW, Harney, Hunt 
Jennings, Kimball, Mullanphy, and Soulard families of St. Louis. 
The bulk of the collection Is of the period 1915-40. 

Gift 

MS 62-1989 



Bayard, George Dashiell, 1835-1862. 

Letters. 1856-60. 

ca.T(iltems. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Letters of Bayard to his family, concerning Army life at Forts 
Leavenworth, Riley and Kearney, and at Jefferson Barracks; con- 
flicts with Indians; and social life in St Louis. Includes some 
printed material. The material is related to the repository's Civil 
War collection. 

Gift 

MS 62-1990 



Scruggs, Langhorne. 

Papers of Langhorne and Benjamin E. Scruggs, 1785- 
1941. 

764 Items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Court clerk, of Competition (now Chatham), Ta. Business, legal, 
and personal correspondence and papers, of Scruggs and of his 
brother, Benjamin E. Scruggs, also of Competition, Va. The material 
relates to the Scruggs and Turnstall families, the Virginia tobacco 
trade, social life and customs, mld-19th century economic conditions, 
and Virginia politics. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1957. 

MS 62-1991 



Bkyer, Henry, 1835-1922. 

Papers, 1792, 1843-1918. 

1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Journalist Letters to Bleyer, who wrote editorials for the Mil- 
waukee sentinel and was historian of the Old Settlers* Club there, 
containing reminiscences of early Milwaukee history, the Juneau 
family, and other pioneers of the city; and Bleyefs memoranda on 
kindred subjects. 

MS 62-1992 



Hinkley, Leonard Dwight 

Papers, 1861-1905. 

62 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Papers of Lt Hinkley, Company K, 10th Wisconsin Volunteer 
Infantry, consisting of his letters from Libby Prison, his recollections 
of wartime activities, and miscellaneous material. 

MS 62-1993 



Button, Joseph, 1843-1931. 

Papers, 1901-29. 

2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Worker at the Molokai leper colony. Letters written by Brother 
Joseph to the Wisconsin State Historical Society, together with greet- 
ing cards, autobiographical items, and photos.; papers of a similar 
type collected by P. P. Lewis of Janesville, Wis.; articles on the work 
of Brother Joseph and of his predecessor, Father Damien Deveuster, 
at Molokai, and on the visit of the U. S. fleet to the island In 1908; 
letters from Mrs. W. W. Hall, daughter of Gen. Horatio P. Van Cleve; 
William Peon Lyons, Warren D. Parker, William O. Smith of 
Honolulu; and a letter of commendation from Warren G. Harding 
in 1923. 

MS 62-1994 

Culver, Newton H 

Papers, 1861-1911. 

9 items and 3 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Correspondence (1864-1911) concerning Lt. Isaac N. Earl and his 
raiding company of scouts in the vicinity of Natchez; and Culver's 
own Civil War diaries (1861-64) 

MS 62-1995 

Gardner, Jefferson, 5. 1844. 

Papers, 1894-1909. 

67 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Papers relating to the problems encountered during Gardner's ad- 
ministration as Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation, Including 
negotiations with the Dawes Commission, reorganization of Choctaw 
schools, and mineral leases for exploltaton of coal lands In the Choc- 
taw Nation. 

MS 62-1996 

Grunow, Herman. 

Papers, 1845-85. 

St. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Farmer. Account and memorandum book kept by Grunow while 
farming near Leipzig, Germany, 1845-48, and continued on his farm 
near Mifflin, Iowa Co, Wis, 1855-85, together with a diary of farm 
events kept by members of Grunow's family at the latter place, 1876- 
83. In German. 

MS 62-1997 

Morton family. 

Papers, 1832-63. 

2ft (ca. 500 items) 

In Library Company of Philadelphia collections. 

Bulk of the collection consists of letters on scientific subjects, 
particularly geology and ethnology, from C. G. Ehrenburg, Asa Gray, 
S. S. Haldeman, W. B. Hodgson, Charles Lyell, B. Sllllman, Jr., and 
many others. Includes unpnblished papers of Dr. Samuel George 
Morton, physician and naturalist together with papers of his son. 
General James St Clair Morton, the latter relating to the Chlriqul 
Surveying Expedition, the Civil Wax, West Point Military Academy, 
etc. 

Presented by Robert P. Morton, 1883. 

MS 62-^1998 



Brigham, Ebenezer, 1789-186L 

Papers. 1816-57. 

2 v. in 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Pioneer settler of Wisconsin and politician. Includes a permit to 
dig for minerals on Government lands, dated Galena, 1827; a list of 
men in Brignam's fort in the Black Hawk War; several agreements 
for mining on his property; and 2 account books kept by Brigham at 
his tavern and store at Blue Mounds (1828-38) 

MS 62-1999 



Hodsdon, Isaac. 

Papers, 1850-63. 

l box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Correspondence of Major General Hodsdon of Exeter, Maine, deal- 
ing with his business of locating land warrants in Wisconsin for par- 
ticipants In the Aroostook boundary dispute of 1839, and bis own real 
estate transactions in Brown, Oconto, Outagamie, and Shawano Coun- 
ties. Letters from agents in Wisconsin discuss land values, road build- 
ing, and the progress of settlement 

MS 62-2000 



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Bennett, Van S 1836-1914. 

Papers, 1861-64. 

6 V. 

i"? ?,H3? Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

iSltenfett was ™L»? ™^. *****>» Volunteer Infantry of 

MS 63-2001 

Hume (R. D.) & Company, 6Wtf S^ Or. 

Records of B. D. Hume & Co., and allied firms, 1877-1911. 

In University of Oregon Library 

burn Traola^M NoS ?""* L^ 1 "" «■»-«■ *•**- 
& Trading cf. Commercial Co.. and Excelsior Packing 

Inventory In the library. 

MS 62-2002 

Marriott, Alice Lee, 1910- 
Papers, 1811-1957. 

21 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 

MS 62-2003 

Genaman, Lorraine Michael, 1878- 
Papers, 1917-23. 

22 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Lawyer and U S. Bepresentative from Oklahoma. CorresDondenro 
eSn,^? S£.""* " ert0 ™« 1 *» «• Credit ofilrtBiaSrtS 
e ^2iT?f S i ooal 2*"*™- "PPolhtoMnts of postmasters and rural 
^K^LS??" 5^™ ta "» «ai Congressional DlstrictTa stock 
cerHfleate issued by Volcano Oil and Gas Co, 7 political rasters sow 
eating a second term in Congress for Geasman ; anTa ptoto^hii^ 

MS 62-2004 
Wisconsin. State Historical Society. 

Gripnon, Lawe, and Porlier fur trade accounts, 1792-1875. 

jEi^ historical Society or Wisconsin collections. 

tJ e rT^^ <md * bnsi ' less records - ImfloSStavoIceB, clearance 
selected ftZTh^ 7 nS iS. r ? celI>,s - «n™twleTiid liso of^rettSns? 

S^SS£S»SvsS»S 

„ MS 62-2005 

Cartwright, Wanura, 1891- «om-*w» 

Papers, 1909-51. 

105 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

U. S. Bepresentative from Oklahoma and Stan, nflfeioi r*~*. 
gonaence and other materia! relaanTto^totJonlniSaucS^ 

(eacber, military and religions activities, and Interest in fraternal 

MS 62-2006 
Isham, Ruth Eliza (Wales) 1849-1929. 
Correspondence, 1880-1900. 

2v. 

Tra^p 1 S ISt0riCal S0de,T " Wi *»nsln collections. 

ElSo*™ Wi. L ^n? W \ m f WaIe8 to "^ """lly ^ Men*, in 
isuaiorn. Wis, describing her four years In the BeDUbllc of Areenttal 

a inL 8 S 00lteacher ' wltn ""e »•»» «msr«idencetB^te^^ 
San^na^ A^ n ln8tit S. tl0,,8 •»* —STL Wlo.lLtfozTanS 
tSL ^ J » a ^^S^ Un a. customs In native and American lomraTana two 

?tt«US5££3: mmtalB * to »"* -* ^^ -S 

MS 62-2007 



Fairfield, George. 

Papers, 1844-1906. 
lbox. 

ni.tSf ! lis,ori o l So « le ty of Wisconsin collections 

MS 62-2008 



Hower, Frank Abial, 1854-1911. 
Papers, 1837-89. 
lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
A few letters collected by or written to Flower wh'ii. h« 

ESS • l £ d bi08ra ? 1 " eS , 5- BdwinX^tintJnTnd Ma't^wT^ 
penter; and a series of biographical sketches nf ISZ^^T Ti var ^ 
prepare by Consul W. ButterfleS SKetcaes of """ant Americans, 

MS 62-2009 



Frank, Michael. 

Maries, 1840-89. 
2 boxes. 

^S™L HiS i £i <:al Soclet7 of W«onsln coUections. 
diartab^' k ^f?" p ? m S' <md pnblic offi<a al- Complete set of 
diaries kept by Colonel Frank, prominent figure to thTftiL 5JU 
movement to Wisconsin, and in civic and cl^JLta ax^SS 
Contains information on the educational nniin^Ti ^Z. . '""osna. 
tural development of K "osna an »Vers ^SattSfeta - ^ 

MS 62-2010 



Johnson, Edward Bryant, 1865-1935. 

Papers, 1882-1929. 

11 ft. 

In University of Oklahoma Library 
JUJ" and stockman. Correspondence, speeches, diary, material 
relating to the Johnson ranches, and to Chickasaw and Choctaw 
Indian affairs, biographical data, clippings, pamphlets flnanclaland 
legal papers, and 36 family photos. v»"v>w>, unaaciai ana 

MS 62-2011 



Gillett, Almerin, 1838-1896. 

Papers, 1862-70. 

3 v. and 4 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 

Papers of Major Gillett while captain of Co. D 20th Regt Wis- 
consin Volunteer Infantry, including diaries and official company 
reports, and records of cases which he tried as judge advocate With 
these are medical examination records kept by Dr. Chandler B Chap- 
man^ surgeon of the above regiment and a letter book (1862-64) kept 
of ££as e " dqUarterS 0f lhe *** eos^eer of the eastern sub-district 

MS 62-2012 



Ayfward, John A 1861-1916. 

Papers, 1886. 1907-15. 

2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Lawyer, of Madison, Wis. Correspondence relating to the election 

Jow«^hi"^ tr ° I S EB i correspondence and resolutions worktog 
toward the "Wisconsin Peace Plan" for a conference of neutoalna- 
2SL ,m0 - t0 , aa JJ t 2f stIce: «*« °* addresses byly°wart a?d 
A^^ro?^","^ " Ta i? ous State democratic Jxto^-mS; 

MS 62-2013 



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Bender, Peter, d. 1876. 

Papers. 182S-10U. 

5 v. and 1 Imx. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Justice "f the peace in Milwaukee County, commission merchant, 
and operator of a gristmill and sawmill. Correspondence, papers 
concerning the building and management of the Milwaukee and Green 
Bay Plank Road ; an account book containing entries (1854-57) 
of charges for merchandise and for sawing lumber; and 4 daybooks 
(1870-80) of the Bender and Johnson gristmill. Correspondence In- 
cludes letters from relatives in Onondago Co., N. T., Civil War letters 
written by a son. Jacob H. Bender, and other family letters. 

MS 62-2014 



British Temperance Emigration Society and Saving: Fond. 

Records. 1842-62. 

2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Papers of Robert Gorst, a trustee and agent of a group that 
organized an emigration company in Liverpool in 1842 and settled 
several hundred members In the region of Slazomanie, Dane Co., Wis., 
in the next ten years. Contains names of settlers and records of 
services performed for them by the company and charges therefor; 
legal documents including records kept by Gorst as justice of the 
peace; and a small collection of his correspondence among which are 
letters of inquiry from members who remained in England or who 
settled elsewhere. 

MS 62-2015 



Clark, Orlando E 1850-1919. 

Papers. 1767-1898. 

1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Certificates, committee reports, ballots, clippings, and miscel- 
laneous material relating to the Democratic conventions of 1860 at 
Charleston and Baltimore, the Wiscoasin and Illinois state conven- 
tions, and Baltimore ward delegate election meetings; several ser- 
mons of the Rev. Peter Stair of Warren, Conn. (1767-85), some 
poetry, and some miscellaneous genealogical material concerning the 
Clark family of Saybrook, Conn. 

MS 62-2016 



Bradford, Jacob A 

Papers. 1861-64. 
2 folders. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Diaries, and letters of Bradford to his wife and others, written 
during his service in the 2d Regiment of Michigan Cavalry. 
Unpublished calendar in the library. 

MS 62-2017 



Clark, William, 1770-1838. 

Papers, 1797-1833. 

lbox. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies, partly from originals 
in the Kansas Historical Society and the Missouri Historical Society. 

Explorer. Governor of Missouri Territory, and Indian agent Diary 
of Clark's journey from St Louis to the trading post at Fort Osage 
in 1808; excerpts pertaining to Indian affairs In the Upper Missis- 
sippi Valley; Clark's correspondence with Thomas Forsyth (1787- 
1833) ; and miscellaneous pacers. 

MS 62-2018 



Bnrehard, George, 1810-1890. 
Diaries, 1836-86. 
4 v. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections- 
Diary of a whaling voyage kept by Burchard on the ship Colum- 
bia of Newark, N. J. (1838-88) ; memorandum entries for the year 
1848 describing the arrival of the ship Stonlngton at New Orleans, 
and the trip made by Burchard and his friend, Thomas Weekes, from 
New London, Conn, to Sheboygan Co, Wis. with entries recording 
their settlement of the land; and brief entries for 1876-86 of routine 
farm occurrences near Plymouth, Wis. 

Sections of the whaling diary are published In the Wisconsin 
magazine of history, v. 18, no. 4 (June 1885) p. 422-41 ; v. 19, no. 1 
(Sept 1935) p. 103-7, no. 2 (Dec 1885) p. 227-41, and no. S (Mar. 
1836) p. 342-55. 

MS 62-2019 



LangeHier, A L 

Papers. 1875-1917. 

4 v. and 20 boxes. 

In Cornell University library. Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (434) 

Journalist Chiefly papers concerned with Langellier's activities 
as agent for the sale of lands of the Northern Pacific Railroad in the 
Northwest, and of the Michigan Syndicate in west Florida. Includes 
a file of the Iroquois County times, a Greenback newspaper published 
in Watseka, DX, which Langelller edited from 1875-78. 

MS 62-2020 

Baffly, Alexis, 1798-1861. 

Paprs 1820-84. 

4 boxes. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

In part, photocopies made in 1923 from originals in the State His- 
torical Society of Wlsconsln. 

Fur trader and member of the Minnesota Territorial Legislature. 
Letters from fur traders and pioneers, giving details of Barfly's life 
as a fur trader at the mouth of the Minnesota River (1820-35) and 
later at Wabasha. Minn, with references to a trip to the Red River 
settlements in 1821 and to territorial politics- and business books, 
especially of Indian credits, of Baiily and his subordinates. Includes 
a copy of a letter (1839) by Samuel C Stambaugh, containing bio- 
graphical sketches of those who signed the protest against the divi- 
sion of the Lake Pepin Reservation among the half-breeds. Corre- 
spondents Include William A. Altken, Benjamin F. Baker, Jean Bap- 
ttste faribault Joseph La framboise, James H. Lockwood, Joseph Ro- 
lette, and Lawrence Taliaferro. 

Deposited by Charles C. Hlrscby. 

MS 62-2021 

Bassett, Joel Bean, 1817-1912. 

Pap«rs. 1859-76. 

86 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Mainly correspondence and accounts kept by Bassett as Chippewa 
Indian agent in Minnesota (1865-69). Includes letters from George 
Bonga and Henry B. Whipple and data on Chief Hole-ln-the-Day. 

The letters by Bonga were published In the Journal of Negro his- 
tory, v. 12 (Jan. 1927) p. 41-54. 

Gut of William L. Bassett 

MS 62-2022 

Cronin, David Edward, J. 1839. 

Papers. 

ca. 6 v. and 1 box. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer, journalist and artist Papers of the War of 1861-65 
gathered into The Cavalry album and Appendix to The evolution 
of a life, with Cronin's pen and Ink sketches; MS., engrossed and 
Illustrated, of The Vest mansion, Confederate and Union headquar- 
ters, 1862-1865 ; MS. of the Memoirs of Major W. W. Goldsbo rough, 
of the Confederate Army, with clippings from the printed version, 
and Cronin's illustrations; and letters (1887-1909) from Cronin to 
Daniel Parish, Jr. 

MS 62-2023 



Whistler, James Abbott McNeill, 1834-1903. 

Autographs of Whistler and miscellaneous documents 
relating to him. 

2 cases, 4 v. 1 folder. 22-39 cm. 
In Library of Congress, Bare Books Division- 
Forms part of the Rosenwnld Collection. 

Cobterts. — [Case l-2j "Whistler autograph letters, etc." 73 signed 
letters to Walter and C. M. Dowdeswell, most of them undated (1884- 
90) ,- 13 autograph receipts, telegrams, drafts of articles, press cot- 
tings, copies of exhibit catalogs, etc Mounted. — |T. 1, "Whistler let- 
ters." 3 autograph signed letters to Alan S. Cole, undated (1873-83) 
Each In separate pocket — [V. 2i "Original autograph letters of James 
McNeill Whistler to Charles Hanson, 1888-1889." 15 letters. Inlaid 
and bound together with typed transcripts. — [V. 3] "The gentle art of 
making enemies. Original autograph letters of Whistler to Wilde." 
4 open letters to Oscar Wilde, 3 of tbem printed in his Gentle art of 
making enemies. — [T. 4] "J. McNeill Whistler. Etchings and dry 
points. Venice. 2nd series. The original ms. catalogue of this 
famous series." Ms. and proofs for the Catalog, dated Feb. 17, 1883, 
and reprinted In his Gentle art Of making enemies. Inlaid or 
mounted (,v. 3-4] in case lettered : J. McNeill Whistler. Gentle art of 
making enemies. Portion of original manuscript).— tfolder 1 ( "J. Mc- 
Neill Whistler. His famous letter referring to Oscar Wilde." Auto- 
graph of open letter To the gentlemen of the Committee of the Na- 
tional Exhibition, published in 1888 In the World, and again In his 
Gentle art of making enemies. 

Gift of Leasing J. Bosenwald. 

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Davis, William James, 1844-1919. 

Papers, 1880-1801. 

ca, 250 items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

Theater manager. Correspondence, letter books, scrapbooks, pro- 
grams, cashbooks, and other papers, of Davis; his wife, Jessie Bart- 
lett Davis ; her niece. Belle Fremont Bartlett ; other members of the 
Davis and Bartlett families ; the Chicago Ideal Co. ; and the Carleton 
English Opera Co. Concerns Davis' theatrical achievements, the 
talents and performances of Mrs. Davis and Miss Bartlett, the illness 
and death of Miss Bartlett, family matters, and financial and per- 
sonnel aspects of the theater. Correspondents Include W. J. Carleton, 
Edouard de Beske, Michael Bennett Leavltt, Alice Nlelson, and Frau- 
ds WHson. 

Gift of the estate of Mr. Davis, M20. 

MS 62-2025 



Wflbud, Charles Wesley, 1827-1880. 

Papers, 1840-1906. 

5496 items. 

In Vermont Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer, editor, and U. S. Representative from Vermont Corre- 
spondence, legal papers, bills, and published speeches, concerning the 
Wfflard family in Ohio and Kentucky, WiUard's education and con- 
gressional career, the bankruptcy of the Central Vermont Railroad 
Co., and the legal difficulties of Newburv Seminary (now Vermont 
College) in 1871. «™mk 

Purchased from N. Kovach, 1S47-50. 

MS 62-2026 

V. S. Bureau of Indian, A fairs. Agency for the PuyaHup, 
Nisqudtty. and other Indian Tribet. 

Records, 1874-80. 

2v. 

In Washington State Library. 

Two letter press boobs of outgoing correspondence and reports of 
H. D. Gibson and Robert H. Milroy, mostly to the Commissioner of 
Indian Affairs, and to the Inspector of Indian Supplies in Portland, 
Or- concerning personnel and administrative matters, Indian reser- 
vations, land allotments, supplies, and care of the Indians. Includes 
a few personal letters. 

MS 62-2027 

Gould, Charles Newton, 1868-1949. 
Papers, 1901-49. 

20 II. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Geologist and author. Correspondence, Including letters used as 
source material for Gould's writings, lectures, 2 Bcrapbooks of news- 
paper dippings, geological maps, biographical Information, biennial 
reports (1901-04) of the Oklahoma Dent of Geology and Natural 
Hlftoiy, Oklahoma Geological Survey publications, reprints of ar- 
ticles, MSS. entitled Extent of arid regions In United States, A geo- 
logical history of Oklahoma, and Oklahoma geologists and their work 
(an autobiography), ca. 60 MSS. of short essays called Geologettes: 
and copies of Gould's published works. »■«««■ . 

MS 62-2028 

Hint, Abel, 1765-1823. 

Correspondence, 1814-22. 

72 p. 

In State Historical Society erf Wisconsin collections 

Transcripts (typewritten) 

Qeirgyman. Letters from Timothy Flint and Salmon Giddlnos to 
Abel Flint, secretary of the Connecticut Missionary Society atHart- 
ford, consisting of reports on their missionary activities In Ohio 
Missouri, and Illinois; on relationships with William Henry Harri- 
son at North Bend. Ohio, and Stephen Hempstead, St Louis: frontier 
religious conditions; and Flint's troubles and subsequent resignation 
from the missionary field. 

MS 62-2029 

Downs, William H J. 1819. 

Correspondence of William H. Downs and his son Edmund 
H. Downs, 1861-64. 

1 reel of microfilm (negative) 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
.5f^! t i? fBlehla,,dCo - Wte - letters of William, quartermaster 
of the 25th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry and speculator In cotton and 
other commodities, discuss his military duties and comment on service 
to Minnesota after the Indian outbreak of 1882 and in the southern 
Mississippi Valley during and after the siege of Vlcksburg. Letters 
of Edmund Downs describe army life and the ii.rf.hipt experienced 
by Union troops In Virginia. ' ^^™" 

MS 62-2030 



Enget, Otto. 

Papers. 1843-62. 

1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Photocopies. 

Miscellaneous letters and documents bearing on the history of the 
Lutheran Church in Wisconsin and the United States, and relating 
especially to the Buffalo Synod. Includes letters of the Bev. Johannes 
A. A. Grabau and several Items bearing on the history of the church 
at Kirchhayn, Wis. In German. 

MS 62-2031 



Rupp, Norman Nienstedt, 1882-1942. 

Pap-re, 1875-1950. 

6 ft. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Timberland investor. Letter books, diaries, journals, ledgers, and 
other business and family papers, concerning purchase, lease, and sale 
of timberlands in California, Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, 
Minnesota, Oregon, and Washington, in which Bupp was associated 
with his father, John J. Rupp, and with the Huron Timber Co- the 
Mitchell, Door Real Estate Co- the Rose Gold Mining and Mining co- 
and the Rupp Investment Co. 

MS 62-2032 



Taber family. 

Papers, 1827-1906. 

120 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (307) 

Correspondence concerning Iowa land ; deeds, mortgages, loans, and 
tax receipts for Michigan and Iowa lands; deeds for property In 
Castile (Wyoming Co.) N. Y., Perry (Genesee Co.) and Cayuga Co, 
N. Y.; and annnal statements (1830-65) of taxes for townships of 
Wyoming Co., N. T. 

MS62-203S 

Ravenel, Henry William, 1814-1887. 

Correspondence, 1841-86. 

215 items. 

In Clemson College Library. 

Botanist. Letters from leading American and European botanists 
and agriculturists, mostly concerning fungi, grapes, and other plants, 
and usually requesting or acknowledging specimens. Correspondents 
include Al»an Wentworth Chapman (6 Items), Mordecai Cubitt Cooke 
(7 items), and Moses A Curtis (21 items) 

Csrd index in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

MS 62-2034 
Schuyler County collection, 1839-1917. 

7 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (232) 

Miscellaneous records of Schuyler Co., N. Y. and vicinity Includes 
an assessment roll from Montour Falls, N. Y. (1869) ; s poll list from 
DIx, N. Y. (1870) ; voters enrollment of Burdett N. Y. (1917) : farm 
accounts (1855-87) of Alfred Rich, Rock Stream, N. Y.; blacksmith's 
accounts (1838-61) ; and Willow Creek Station freight accounts. Le- 
high Valley Railroad. 

MS 62-2035 

Read, James. 

Papers, 1792-1875. 

244 items and S v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (222B) 

Surveyor. Correspondence and accounts relating to the Pnlteney 
estate holding lands now mainly within Steuben, Yates, Ontario and 
Wayne Counties, N. Y.; surveyor's sketches and Indentures in Steuben 
Co ; letters from Read's son John, from Illinois Territory (1810) and 
California (1850) ; an undated, unsigned letter (12 p.) of accusation 
against Dugald Cameron; daybook (1802-03), cashbook (1792-«5) 
and correspondence of Charles Williamson, and a list of deeds record- 
ing lands sold by him. Other correspondents Include Dugald Cameron. 
Joseph Fellows, and Robert Troup. wuueran. 

MS 62-2036 

Rarick, Charles Claudius, 1870-1960. 
Papers. 
6 ft. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Methodist clergyman In Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma Territory, 
and Oregon. Autobiography and sermons. 

MS 62-2037 



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Moore family. 

Pap»rs. 1751-1930. 
459 items. 

U n f"eS™ e ii^« e ?iS) Lib^, " T • COllWti ° n 0f a"*"™ 1 *™°" and 

Correspondence, deeds, and wills of EzeMel Moore, of iinwin<_ 

Co., Ire. and of the Moore family of CecU CtoiK ? -^Sf *£3 

Papers, rent lists, and accounts tor £optr