Papers of Professor Henry William Wilder Foote and Family, 1714-1959


Papers of Professor Henry William Wilder Foote and Family, 1714-1959

Papers of Daniel Appleton White (1776-1861); wives; children including of daughter Mary Wilder Foote (1810-1857) and son William Orne White (1821-1911), William's wife, Margaret Harding White, and their children. Papers of Caleb Foote (1803-1894), his children including sons, Arthur William Foote (1853-1937) and Henry Wilder Foote (1838-1889), Henry's wife, Frances Ann Eliot Foote (1838-1896), and children. Papers of Henry Wilder Foote II (1875-1964), son of Henry Wilder Foote, of his wife Eleanor Tyson Cope Foote (b. 1879), and son Arthur Foote (II). Miscellaneous papers of ancestral families of Henry Wilder Foote II and William Orne White, including the Deadmans, the Eliots, the Flaggs, the Footes, the Haynes, the Lymans, the Ornes, the Wests, the Whites, and the Wilders.


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Group of women at the Lincoln Memorial, n.d. Photograph by Alfred Wertheimer The Committee of Correspondence was an American women's internationalist organization that started in New York City in 1952 and disbanded in 1969. A group of women active in internationalist voluntary clubs and professional fields created the Committee as an offshoot of the National Council of Women. The Committee established itself as an independent non-profit organization shortly after it beg...

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Madison, James, 1751-1836 (person)

James Madison (1751-1836) was the fourth president of the United States, born in Port Conway, Virginia. He was a member of the Virginia legislature from 1776 to 1780 and from 1784 to 1786, and the Continental Congress from 1780 to 1783. His proposals at and management of the Constitutional Convention in 1787 earned him title "father of the U.S. Constitution." He cooperated with Alexander Hamilton and Jay in writing a series of papers (pub. 1787-88 under title of The Federalist) explaining the ne...

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Bigelow was secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and then mayor of Boston. From the description of John Prescott Bigelow papers, 1805-1896 (inclusive) 1814-1863 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612373200 From the guide to the John P. (John Prescott) Bigelow papers, 1805-1896 (inclusive) 1814-1863 (bulk)., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) ...

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Sibley, John Langdon, 1804-1885 (person)

John Langdon Sibley (1804-1885) served as Harvard's Assistant Librarian from 1825 to 1826 and 1841 to 1856, Librarian from 1856 to 1877, and Librarian, Emeritus from 1877 to 1885. He was the editor of the Harvard Triennial Catalogue from 1839 to 1875 and of the Harvard Quinquennial Catalogue from 1875-1885. A noted biographer, Sibley is best known for his "Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard University", an extensive collection of biographical material on Harvard graduates. Sibley was ...

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McCall, Samuel W. (Samuel Walker), 1851-1923 (person)

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Incorporated 1897, Boston, Masssachusetts. First American arts and crafts organization. Frederic Allen Whiting was director and treasurer until 1912. Humphery J. Emery served as director of the Society in the 1930's. From the description of Society of Arts and Crafts records, 1897-1960. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122389937 ...

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Endicott, William Crowninshield, 1860-1936 (person)

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Walker, William J. (person)

William Johnson Walker was born on March 15, 1789 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He was prepared for college at Phillips Academy and attended Harvard University, graduating in 1810. He then commenced studying medicine with Dr. John Brooks of Medford, Massachusetts, and eventually graduated from the Massachusetts Medical College in 1813. During the War of 1812, Walker practiced medicine in France and studied with French physicians. At war's end, he relocated to London and continued his studies fo...

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Art gallery at 320, 398, and 559 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. From the description of Robert C. Vose Galleries exhibition catalogs, [ca. 1900-1941]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122404608 ...

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Ministers' Institute (corporateBody)

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May, Samuel J. (Samuel Joseph), 1797-1871 (person)

Samuel May was a Unitarian clergyman of Syracuse, New York with connections to national organizations related to anti-Slavery, temperance, and suffrage, among others. From the description of Samuel J. May diary, 1867. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64691611 Samuel May was a Unitarian Clergyman of Syracuse, New York with connections to national organizations related to Freedman's Relief, Temperance, and Suffrage, among others. From the descripti...

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Daniel, Howard, 1911- (person)

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Shurtleff, Harold Robert, 1883-1938 (person)

Director of Research, Colonial Williamsburg. From the description of Memorandum on Colony of Virginia bank notes, 1773-1775 [manuscript], n.d. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647956573 ...

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Whipple, Edwin Percy, 1819-1886 (person)

American essayist and critic. From the description of Autograph letters signed (4) : Boston, to Harper and Brothers, 1858 Mar. 5 and 18-1878 Apr. 1 and 3. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270588778 Edwin Percy Whipple was an influential 19th century American literary critic and lecturer. A prolific reader, he worked at several disparate jobs while publishing critical essays in diverse periodicals. He gained the reputation as one of the most important young critics of his gener...

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The head of the family, Philip Barraud was the son of Daniel Barraud of Norfolk, Va. Born 8 October 1757. Served as a surgeon in the American Revolution. Moved to Williamsburg in 1782. Married Ann Blaws Hansford in 1783. Moved back to Norfolk in 1799 to accept position as head of Marine Hospital in Norfolk. Died 26 November 1830. From the guide to the Barraud Family Papers, 1779-1904., (Special Collections, Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary) ...

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American Anti-Slavery Society (corporateBody)

American Anti-Slavery Society, also known as the AASS (established 1833–disestablished 1870) was an abolitionist society founded by William Lloyd Garrison, and Arthur Tappan. Frederick Douglass, an escaped slave, was a key leader of this society who often spoke at its meetings. William Wells Brown was also a freed slave who often spoke at meetings. By 1838, the society had 1,350 local charters with around 250,000 members....

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Gould, Hannah Flagg, 1789-1865 (person)

Gould was born in Lancaster, Massachusetts, and moved with her family to Newburyport in 1808. She started writing poetry in her 30s. Her first book of poetry was published in 1832; her second and third volumes appeared in 1836 and 1841. Some of her poems commemorate her father Benjamin Gould, who led the Massachusetts militia at the battle of Lexington. Her brother was Benjamin A. Gould, a Boston educator and author. From the description of Poems and correspondence, 1824-1851 and und...

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Clark, Thomas M. (Thomas March), 1812-1903 (person)

Episcopal Bishop of Rhode Island. From the description of Thomas March Clark papers, 1840-1901. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 656252888 ...

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Chaney, George Leonard, 1836-1922 (person)

Unitarian minister and onetime pastor of Hollis Street Unitarian Church in Boston, Mass....

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Cooley, Rossa B. (Rossa Belle), 1873- (person)

Tileston, Mary W. (person)

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Bartlett, John S. (John Sherren), 1790-1863 (person)

Epithet: Editor of 'The New York Albion' British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000983.0x0001e7 ...

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Smith, Daniel A. W. (Daniel Appleton White), 1840-1921 (person)

William Day Crockett taught at Pennsylvania State College. From the description of Letter, Burma, to Professor William Day Crockett, State Normal School, Mansfield, Pa., and prospectus, 1913 April 11 and 1916. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 32172342 ...

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Watts, ... (person)

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Special students were those who took courses in Harvard College but were not degree candidates; they had not gone through the standard admissions process completed by AB degree candidates. From the description of Records of special students, 1876-1907. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77064523 It is unclear whether F.C. Fabel ever attended Harvard College. F.C. Fabel may be Frederick Charles Fabel, who received an AB from the University of Rochester in 1893. ...

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Horace Mann (person)

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Morse, Horace T. (person)

Horace Taylor Morse was born on 30 August 1905 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He earned his B.A. in 1928, M.A. in 1930 and Ph.D. in 1939 from the University of Minnesota. From 1932-1936, Dr. Morse taught history at Wright high school and Ironwood Junior College (Ironwood, MI). He joined the faculty at the University of Minnesota in 1936 as instructor in education. He was promoted to assistant professor in 1939, associate professor in 1941 and professor in 1945. Dr. Morse was appointed as assistant d...

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Sargent, Horace Binney, 1821-1908 (person)

Civil War cavalry officer, served with the 1st Massachusetts Cavalry; commanded the Grand Army of the Department of Massachusetts. From the description of Poem, n.d. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 55531548 ...

Murray, Mary A., 1850- (person)

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James Ward (person)

T. W. Thomson (person)

Baker & Hodges (corporateBody)

Unitarian Church Comm. (corporateBody)

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Lowell, Francis C. (person)

Henry Brownson (person)

Arlington Street Church (corporateBody)

Pasco Foot (person)

Madeline Lee (person)

Dorothea Foote (person)

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Mary B. Bernick (person)

Lawrence Park (person)

Wilbur, Earl Morse, 1866-1956 (person)

Unitarian minister and educator. A.B. University of Vermont, 1886. A.M., S.T.B. Harvard Divinity School, 1890. Minister in Portland, Ore. (1890-1898); Meadville, Pa. (1899-1904). Taught theology at Pacific Unitarian School for the Ministry, 1904-1931, also serving as Dean, 1904-1911, and President, 1911-1931. Author of two-volume history of Unitarianism. From the description of Papers, 1887-1890. (Harvard University, Divinity School Library). WorldCat record id: 271817417 Ea...

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Edward Pulling (person)

John Hammond (person)

Howard W. Brown (person)

R. P. Hughes (person)

J. M. Connell (person)

S. T. Lombard (person)

J. W. Edmonds (person)

Smith Tinkham (person)

Caroline M. Harding (person)

Emery, John A. (person)

S. Cather (person)

Joseph Savage (person)

State Lunatic Hospital (corporateBody)

Allen, Joseph Henry, 1820-1898 (person)

Unitarian minister, editor, writer. Graduated from Harvard in 1840 and from Harvard Divinity School in 1843. Minister: Jamaica Plain, Mass. (1843-1847); Washington, D.C. (1847-1850); Bangor, Me. (1850-1857). Lecturer on ecclesiastical history, Harvard Divinity School (1878-1882). Author of Our Liberal Movement in Theology and other books and articles. See sketch in Dictionary of American Biography. From the description of Correspondence, 1842-1897 (inclusive). (Harvard University, Di...

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Eleanor Kent (person)

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Sierras (corporateBody)

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Charles Lowell (person)

F. L. Hosmer (person)

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Popkin, John Snelling, 1771-1852 (person)

Popkin graduated from Harvard in 1792 and taught Greek at Harvard. From the description of Papers of John Snelling Popkin, 1801-1852 (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 567239307 From the description of Papers of John Snelling Popkin, 1801. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76972848 From the description of Papers of John Snelling Popkin, 1801. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 181898157 John Snelling Popkin (1771-1852), mi...

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S. W. Marston (person)

Newburyport Steam Cotton Co. (corporateBody)

Mary P. Hayden (person)

Emerson, George B. (George Barrell), 1797-1881 (person)

American educator. From the description of Letter, 1839 June 20, Boston, to N.I. Bowditch, Boston. (Boston Athenaeum). WorldCat record id: 166330238 Educator and pioneer of women's education. Cousin of Ralph Waldo Emerson. From the description of George Barrell Emerson letters [manuscript], 1851-1866. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 191118233 ...

Alberto Pincherle (person)

Miles, Henry A. (Henry Adolphus), 1809-1895 (person)

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Esther (person)

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Daniel A. White (person)

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Park, Charles E. (Charles Edwards), 1873-1962 (person)

Unitarian Universalist minister. From the description of Charles Edward Park letter to Alfred Hussey [manuscript], 1901 Feb 19. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 256491145 ...

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Reed, Edgar Hodges, 1814-1893 (person)

Degreaux Dublin (person)

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Stickney, Matthew Adams, 1805-1894 (person)

Mozley's Univ. (corporateBody)

Dean, John W. (John Wesley), 1938- (person)

John Wesley Dean, III (b. 1938), lawyer, was chief minority counsel to the House Judiciary Committee from 1966 to 1967. He was Counsel to President Richard M. Nixon from 1970 to 1973. He was the first person to deliver sworn testimony that implicated the President in the Watergate scandal. He served four months in prison for his involvement in the Watergate affair. From the description of Dean, John W. (John Wesley), 1938- (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10...

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John Roberts (person)

John Roberts was an Episcopalian missionary who worked among the Arapaho and Shoshone peoples on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming. He was born in 1853 at Rhuddlan in North Wales. He was educated in Wales and later received an M.A. from Oxford University in England. He was ordained a deacon in 1878. In 1883, John Roberts was sent to the Shoshone Indian Reservation in Wyoming to work among the Indians and to organize missions among the white settlers in the adjacent territory. While th...

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Phippen, George Dean, 1815- (person)

Phippen was curator of botany, Essex Institute, Salem, Mass. From the description of Scrapbook of a Texas excursion, 1877-1879. (University of Texas at Arlington). WorldCat record id: 30042762 ...

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Peabody, Francis Greenwood, 1847-1936 (person)

Francis Greenwood Peabody (1847-1936) graduated from Harvard College in 1869 and Harvard Divinity School in 1872. Ordained in 1874, Peabody served the First Parish (Unitarian) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, until 1879. Peabody then joined the faculty of Harvard Divinity School teaching theological students Christian ethics, specializing in pioneer applications of religion to social problems. He was the Parkman Professor of Theology from 1881 to 1885 and then the Plummer Professor of Christian Mora...

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Wirt, George H. (George Hermann), 1880-1961 (person)

Forester and conservationist of Pennsylvania. From the description of George H. Wirt collection. [archival material]. 1899-1951. (bulk 1899-1946). (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 318423529 ...

Mary W. Heath (person)

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Fay, Richard S. (Richard Sullivan), 1806-1865 (person)

L. Gulliver (person)

Essex Co. (corporateBody)

Bryant, William Cullen, 1908-1999 (person)

Elizabeth Eliot (person)

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Handel & Haydn Society (corporateBody)

William, Thomas (person)

Thomas William Halligan is an Alaskan. He has written a number of books including children's stories, poetry, and novels under the pen name Thomas William. His published works include Brien, Prince Donkey: A Christmas Story, The Denali Christmas, Come See, Come Saw: An Alaskan Saga, Advancing Backward, and Retreating Forward. From the description of Papers, 1972-1994. (UAA/APU Consortium Library). WorldCat record id: 60564056 Thomas William was a Congregational minister and ...

White, William Orne, 1821-1911 (person)

William Orne White received his A.B. from Harvard in 1840. From the description of Student essays, 1839. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77072770 ...

John Tyler (person)

Beckwith, George C. (George Cone), 1800-1870 (person)

George Hayward (person)

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American Antiquarian Society (corporateBody)

The American Antiquarian Society was founded in Worcester, Mass., in 1812, largely through the efforts of Isaiah Thomas (1749-1831). The Society's original stated purpose was to "encourage the collection and preservation of the Antiquities of our country, and of curious and valuable productions in Art and Nature [that] have a tendency to enlarge the sphere of human knowledge." AAS from its inception attempted to be national in its collecting and its membership, which is by election....

Edwards, William J. (William Joseph) (person)

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Luther Farnum (person)

Mary F. Bartlett (person)

Kidder, Peabody & Co. (corporateBody)

Washington Total Abstinence Society (corporateBody)

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Boston Assoc. of Congregational Clergymen (corporateBody)

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Olivia Buckminster (person)

Smith, Samuel A. (person)

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Brooks, Henry M. (Henry Mason), 1822-1898 (person)

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Tillotson, ... (person)

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Peabody, Robert S. (Robert Singleton), 1837- (person)

Robert Singleton Peabody (1837-1904) attended Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts where he was valedictorian of his class (1857). He married Margaret Augusta Goddard with whom he had a son, Charles Peabody. Singleton Peabody was the nephew of the well-known philanthropist George Peabody (1795-1869) and was co-executor of his uncle's will. Over his lifetime Peabody amassed a collection of some 40,000 Native American archaeological artifacts, which he donated to Phillips Academy and which f...

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Milligan, Harold V. (person)

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Washington, Booker T., 1856-1915 (person)

Booker T. Washington was an African American educator and public figure. Born a slave on a small farm in Hale's Ford, Virginia, he worked his way through the Hampton Institute and became an instructor there. He was the first principal of the Tuskegee Institute, and under his management it became a successful center for practical education. A forceful and charismatic personality, he became a national figure through his books and lectures. Although his conservative views concerned many critics, he...

Pickering, Timothy, 1745-1829 (person)

Timothy Pickering (b. July 17, 1745, Salem, MA–d. January 29, 1829, Salem, MA) was a politician from Massachusetts who served as the third United States Secretary of State under Presidents George Washington and John Adams. He also represented Massachusetts in both houses of Congress as a member of the Federalist Party. Born in Salem, Massachusetts, Pickering began a legal career after graduating from Harvard University. He won election to the Massachusetts General Court and served as a cou...

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Dana, Richard H., Jr. (Richard Henry) (person)

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Dixon, Roland Burrage, 1875-1934 (person)

Foote's (person)

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American Committee on the Revision of the Julian Dictionary of Hymnology (corporateBody)

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West Alabama Norman Institute (corporateBody)

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Tiffany, Herbert Thorndike, 1861-1944 (person)

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Ingersoll, George G. (George Goldthwait), 1796-1863 (person)

George W. Ingersoll was born in New Gloucester, Maine, in 1803. He graduated at Bowdoin College in 1830, studied law, was admitted to the Maine bar, and went into practice in Old Town, Maine, in 1832. He moved to Bangor where he continued to practice law. He was Inspector of Customs in Bangor and represented the city in the state legislature of 1854 and 1855 and was Attorney-General of the state in 1860, the year of his death. From the description of Papers, 1835-1888 (bulk 1835-1856...

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Chester Harding, Jr. (person)

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Cowper, William, 1731-1800 (person)

William Cowper, English poet. From the guide to the William Cowper manuscript material : 32 items, ca. 1784-1799, (The New York Public Library. Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle.) English poet. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Weston Underwood, to William [i.e. Walter] Churchey, 1786 Dec. 13. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270531182 From the description of Autograph letter signed : [Olney], to Lady Austen, 1782 Aug...

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Park, John C. (John Cochran), -1889 (person)

Nahant Church (corporateBody)

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South Parish Committee (corporateBody)

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Roche Bros. & Co. (corporateBody)

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Chicago, Dubuque and Minnesota Railroad Co. (corporateBody)

White, Henry O., 1915- (person)

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Cushman, Edwin Charles, 1838- (person)

Clark, Walter H. (person)

Law and Order League (corporateBody)

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Drake, Samuel Gardner, 1798-1875 (person)

Samuel Gardner Drake, antiquarian and author. Drake was born to Simeon and Love Muchmore (Tucke) Drake in Pittsfield, New Hampshire, on October 11, 1798. After teaching for several years in New Hampshire and New Jersey, Drake established a book auction business in 1828. Two years later, he opened the first antiquarian bookstore in the United States in Cornhill, Boston. Drake was a founding member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, serving as its first corresponding secr...

Smith, Mary W. (British artist, born 1904) (person)

Judge Mulock (person)

John Derby (person)

J. E. Davis (person)

Weston, Jon D. (person)

Bowditch, William I. (William Ingersoll), 1819-1909 (person)

Mary Tileston Edsall (person)

Eliot, Charles William (person)

Epithet: President of Harvard University British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000980.0x00005d ...

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George Rupell (person)

Lee, Francis L., -1886 (person)

Samuel Bell (person)

Lydia L. Sears (person)

William Channing Gannett (person)

Newburyport Committee to honor Caleb Cushing (corporateBody)

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Osmon Thorndike (person)

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Secretary of State (corporateBody)

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Simplified Writing Board (corporateBody)

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Wisconsin Valley Railroad (corporateBody)

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Dana & Henshaw (corporateBody)

Mary H. Coolidge (person)

F. N. Knapp (person)

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National Bank of the U. S. (corporateBody)

H. F. Lee (person)

Daniel Dana (person)

Thornton, Elizabeth Thorndike, 1853-1932 (person)

Thomas Bell (person)

Barber, Edwin Atlee, 1851-1916 (person)

Epithet: American archaeologist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000835.0x0002fe Alumnus, Class of 1873. From the description of [Articles, book reviews, etc.]. 1876- (Lafayette College). WorldCat record id: 34178160 ...

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M. L. D. (person)

Frissell, Hollis Burke, 1851-1917 (person)

Crafts, William A. (William August), 1819-1906 (person)

American historian. From the description of To-- : [n.p.] : autograph poem signed with initials, docketed 1842 Jan. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270539198 ...

Cabot Lee (person)

Major Swan (person)

C. H. Hay (person)

Allen, John A., active 1918-1919 (person)

Susan B. Howe (person)

Mary Eliot (person)

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Arthur H. Rippen (person)

Dept. of Economics, Harvard University (corporateBody)

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William Parker (person)

William W. Smith (person)

Rose White Nead (person)

Williams, Charles H. (Charles Howard) (person)

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Mary White (person)

C. W. Wendte (person)

Brookline Union (corporateBody)

Metcalf & Co. (corporateBody)

Robert Gallyer (person)

John Gardner (person)

Elsie Pumpelly (person)

George H. Badger (person)

Isabella P. Curtis (person)

Peabody, Oliver W. (person)

Allen, Joseph H. D. (Joseph Heatly Dulles), 1911-2005 (person)

President of publications company. From the description of Reminiscences of Joseph H. Allen : oral history, 1973. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122574002 ...

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Constance (person)

Susan W. Binney (person)

Attica & Buffalo Rail Road Co. (corporateBody)

Eliot (family)

R. B. Hubbard (person)

Hart, William H., Col. (person)

Webb, Thomas H. (Thomas Hopkins), 1801-1866 (person)

Epithet: writer of plays British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000623.0x000037 ...

Horatio Stebbins (person)

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R. M. Cross (person)

Thomas C. Comer (person)

Joseph Boardman (person)

Leslie Greenough (person)

Wilder Dwight (person)

Eliza Appleton White Dwight (person)

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Hale, Moses Little, 1799-1874 (person)

Edwin A. DeWolfe (person)

Abner Rogers Jr. (person)

Elsie Bullard (person)

Globe Bank (corporateBody)

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Nichols, Charles S. (person)

Phi beta kappa (corporateBody)

Collegiate scholastic honor society founded in 1776 at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va. From the description of Phi Beta Kappa records, 1776-2006 (bulk 1900-2000). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70983375 The national Phi Beta Kappa Society, America's oldest and most prestigious honor society, was founded in 1776 at the College of William and Mary in Virginia. Membership in the national society is a significant achievement, which honors excellen...

Washington Gladden (person)

Wilfred Hobson (person)

Lowe, Martha Perry, 1829-1902 (person)

Mary Foote Tileston (person)

Francis, Joseph, 1801-1893 (person)

Inventor and manufacturer. From the description of Joseph Francis certifications, 1860-1887. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79450331 ...

Edith P. Storer (person)

Unitarian Society of Keene, NH (corporateBody)

Hamilton Hall (person)

Simeon Stevens (person)

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Ephraim Abbott (person)

E. W. Allen (person)

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Noyes, George R. (George Rapall), 1798-1868 (person)

Noyes graduated from Harvard in 1818 and taught Hebrew and Biblical literature at Harvard. From the description of Papers of George Rapall Noyes, ca. 1850-ca. 1868. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76972816 ...

Peirson, Edward Brooks, 1820-1874 (person)

Peirson (Harvard, M.D. 1844) practiced in Salem, Mass., and served as president of the Essex County South District Medical Society. He married twice, first to Catherine Pickman Saltonstall (1846), and later to Ellen Elizabeth Perry (1856). From the description of Papers of Edward Brooks Peirson, 1842-1874 (inclusive), 1852-1864 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 281431959 ...

Bixby, James Thompson (person)

Guy C. Haynes (person)

Baker, Ray Stannard, 1870-1946 (person)

American journalist. From the description of Letter : to the Cosmos Club, 1910 Mar. 31. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122545959 American journalist and author who also wrote under the name David Grayson. From the description of [Notebooks] [microform]. 1880-1946. WorldCat record id: 36820111 American author and journalist. He is also known by the pseudonym David Grayson. Fr...

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L. H. Morison (person)

George, Herbert (person)

Lady Henry Somerset (person)

Apthorp, Charles Ward (person)

Merchant. From the description of Letter to John Rowe Parker, 1812. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 63556168 Charles lived in London and James in Braintree, Mass. and the former made a loan to Nathaniel Appleton of which the latter was empowered to collect and act in the best interest of Charles. Witnessed by Frank Thwaites and C.A. Wheelwright, and certified by John Boydell. From the description of Charles Apthorp power of attorney : to...

Hurd, Francis P., -1884 (person)

Caty Pynchon (person)

G. E. West (person)

Franklin Evangelical Assoc. (corporateBody)

William King (person)

Atherton, Charles H. (person)

E. B. Hall (person)

John F. Moors (person)

E. T. Channing (person)

Stearns, Eben S. (Eben Sperry), 1819-1887 (person)

Miles, Henry A. (Henry Adolphus), 1809-1895 (person)

Bailey Bartlett (person)

W. H. Baldwin (person)

Angell, James B. (person)

Edgar Buckingham (person)

Janet C. Lewis (person)

R. W. Gilder (person)

Cabot, James Elliot, 1821-1903 (person)

Son of Samuel Cabot, Jr., brother of Edward Clarke Cabot. Graduated Harvard Law School, 1845. Practiced law with Francis E. Parker, 1847. Accompanied Agassiz on his tour of Lake Superior region in 1848 and upon his return published a narrative journal of the expedition. Worked as architect with E.C. Cabot, 1849-58 and 1862-65. Assisted Emerson in preparing for press his Letters and social aims. Trustee (1857-1885, 1899-1902) and vice-president (1886-1898) of the Boston Athenaeum. Fro...

C. L. Burnett (person)

Gannett, Ezra S. (Ezra Stiles), 1801-1871 (person)

American Unitarian divine. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Boston, to Messrs. Monroe & Co., 1850 May 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269564796 Ezra Stiles Gannett (1801-1871) graduated from Harvard College in 1820, and from Harvard Divinity School in 1823. He served as an overseer of the University from 1835 to 1858. Ordained in 1824, Reverend Gannett became an assistant minister at the Federal Street Church (Unitarian) in Boston and became its pastor...

Edward Sharp (person)

Harvard class of 1858 (corporateBody)

White, Daniel Appleton, 1776-1861 (person)

Daniel Appleton White was born to John and Elizabeth (Haynes) White in what is now Lawrence, Massachusetts on June 7, 1776. He grew up on the family's farm, leaving in June 1792 to study under Silas Dinsmoor at Atkinson Academy in New Hampshire. White was a diligent student and gained admission to Harvard College in July 1793. He received an A.B. with highest honors from Harvard in 1797, taught at the Medford (Massachusetts) grammar school from 1797 to 1799, and was Latin tutor at Harvard from 1...

H. B. Davis (person)

J. F. W. Ware (person)

C. Harding (person)

Mary Lyman (person)

Marston, Stephen Webster, 1787-1873 (person)

Douthit, Jasper L. (Jasper Lewis), 1834-1927 (person)

H. C. MacDougall (person)

Society for Propagating the Gospel (corporateBody)

Duncan, James Henry, 1793-1869 (person)

Probably a native of Ireland, Duncan enlisted in an Illinois infantry regiment (possibly the 80th) that was organizing at Centralia, Illinois in August 1862. If this is the correct James Duncan, he died November 8, 1862 in Louisville, Kentucky. His parents were James and Mary Ann Duncan, Irish natives, who lived in Perry County, Illinois in 1870 and 1880. From the description of Papers, August 19, 1862, September 24, 1885. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 1...

Arthur L. Kinsolving (person)

Clark, Edward H. (Edward Hardy), 1896- (person)

James R. Lowell (person)

E. Buckminster (person)

E. D. Hale (person)

Curtis, William T. S. (person)

Nathaniel Coffin (person)

J. P. Lesley (person)

Nathan Robinson (person)

George Abbot Morison (person)

Unitarian Sewing Society (corporateBody)

Jacob Kimball (person)

Horatio Perry (person)

Perry, Horatio J. (Horatio Justus), 1824-1891 (person)

Perry (Harvard, A.B. 1844) was a diplomat who was appointed secretary of the U.S. legation at Madrid in 1849. He married Carolina Coronado, poet laureate of Spain. From the description of Papers of Horatio Justus Perry, 1837-1892 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 281431973 ...

Brown, Howard A. (person)

C. C. Felton (person)

J. W. North (person)

Caroline H. Priestly (person)

Eleanor Tyson Cope Foote (person)

Meadville Theological Seminary. (corporateBody)

E. Willmarth (person)

Chaney, George H. (person)

Joseph Field (person)

Auburn & Rochester Rail Road Co. (corporateBody)

Ebenezer Clapp (person)

Llewella (person)

Brown, Emerson, 1934-2002 (person)

A. Hill (person)

N. W. Harris & Company (corporateBody)

William T. Stowe (person)

John Cuckson (person)

E. Nesbit (person)

Elizabeth G. Lyman (person)

S. E. Higgins (person)

Lodge, Henry Cabot (person)

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H. Appleton (person)

Caleb Smith (person)

J. E. Carver (person)

Mary Williams Lyman (person)

Bowditch, Jonathan Ingersoll, 1806-1889 (person)

Daniel Appleton (person)

Peabody, Elizabeth P. (person)

Litchfield, Mary E. (Mary Elizabeth), 1854- (person)

S. Marston (person)

Joseph Gridley (person)

Gershom Flagg (person)

Harmony Grove Cemetery (corporateBody)

Silas Howe (person)

March 30, 1861 (person)

A. Bradford (person)

Perkins, Jared (person)

William Reed (person)

H. F. C. Nichols (person)

Sumner, Thomas Waldron, 1768-1849 (person)

Brooke Herford (person)

Clark, George F. (person)

E. W. Barry (person)

C. Briggs (person)

Caleb Foote (person)

S. K. Hale (person)

Joseph Torrey (person)

Greater Boston Mission (corporateBody)

H. Hurd (person)

Mary Brent Whiteside (person)

Margaret H. Tileston (person)

Jewett, Sarah Orne, 1849-1909 (person)

Sarah Orne Jewett was one of America's foremost regional writers. She produced novels, stories, and sketches, generally concerned with the lives and traditions of women in the rural areas of coastal New England. Her gentle, well-observed, respectful style transcends the limitations of genre and continue to make her work relevant. From the description of Sarah Orne Jewett letter to Loulie, ca. 1890. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 54429003 ...

Edward B. (person)

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L. C. Bowles (person)

Marie Thoreau (person)

W. B. Banister (person)

Investors Land Co. (corporateBody)

M. A. Stickney (person)

John B. Metcalf (person)

Fanny Searle (person)

H. B. Frissell (person)

Tucker, Mary Orne, 1794-1865 (person)

Nabby (person)

Theodore Lyman (person)

Salisbury (person)

J. L. d'Happart (person)

Derby, Elias Hasket, 1766-1826 (person)

Long, John D. (person)

E. Henry Derby (person)

Arthur William Foote (person)

George Batchelor (person)

S. G. Applegate (person)

Lizzie L. Guild (person)

Cope, Thomas P. (Thomas Pim), 1768-1854 (person)

Founder of packet ship line in 1821 that sailed from Philadelphia to Liverpool; Cope travelled from Philadelphia to Niagara Falls, Montreal, and Quebec with his son Alfred on July 12, 1820, visiting Nantucket from Sept. 9-15, 1820. From the description of Thomas Pym Cope diary/J. Morris Evans collection, 1820 Sept. 9-15. (Nantucket Hist Association). WorldCat record id: 70953345 William Carvill was Haverford College's first landscape architect. Jonathan Richards was principa...

J. J. Putnam (person)

M. E. Lowell (person)

Mary L. Peabody (person)

U.S. Treasury Dept. (corporateBody)

The Commercial National Bank (corporateBody)

Engine Company (corporateBody)

Emerson, Mary Moody, 1774-1863 (person)

Mary Moody Emerson was the aunt of Ralph Waldo Emerson and a scholar in her own right. She helped raise Emerson after his father died, and had a marked influence on his life, maintaining a constant correspondence with Emerson until her death in 1863. From the description of Mary Moody Emerson letters, 1827-1836. (Middlebury College). WorldCat record id: 682589648 ...

Amos Howard (person)

Keene Unitarian Congregation (corporateBody)

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Putnam, Alfred W. (person)

A native of Philadelphia, Mr. Putnam is a distinguished alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he served as editor-in-chief of the Law Review. He also holds degrees in history from Harvard College and University College, Oxford. Mr. Putnam has taught at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, but has devoted the majority of his career to private practice, specializing in appellate litigation. He is currently a partner in the law firm Drinker, Biddle, and Reath ...

S. A. Hawthorne (person)

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H. W. Stephenson (person)

Unitarian Conference (corporateBody)

Clarke, Edward H. (Edward Hammond), 1820-1877 (person)

Physician Joseph Carson taught medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. From the guide to the Joseph Carson papers, 1810-1877, 1810-1877, (American Philosophical Society) ...

Francis Tiffany (person)

T. P. Thayer (person)

Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Indians (corporateBody)

Caleb Foote II (person)

Benjamin Brown (person)

Martin, George C. (George Chatwin), 1922- (person)

Edith Tileston Eustis (person)

Hosmer, Frederick L. (Frederick Lucian), 1840-1929 (person)

William Bartlett (person)

Peleg Sprague (person)

E. B. Peirson (person)

Mary P. Searl (person)

H. L. Mencken (person)

Eben L. Stearns (person)

A. D. Wheeler (person)

Ezekiel Goldthwait (person)

Arthur Howe (person)

Benjamin Greenleaf (person)

Thomas Ewing (person)

Mary Lyman Eliot (person)

Peabody, Oliver W. (person)

White, Mary Jane (person)

Phillips Brooks (person)

William B. Welles (person)

Harold Evans (person)

Young, Edward J. F. (person)

Gray, Clifton Merritt, 1873-1933 (person)

Peabody Institute (corporateBody)

Frances Foote (person)

John Jenks (person)

Catherine A. Foote (person)

Fraker, Guy C., 1938- (person)

Richard F. Forster (person)

Susie N. Edwards (person)

Frances Ann Eliot Foote (person)

Taft, William H., V. (person)

Lydia G. Carter (person)

Lucinda Orne (person)

Eustis Bacon (person)

Bigelow, Henry Jacob, 1818-1890 (person)

Surgeon of Boston, Massachusetts. From the description of Henry Jacob Bigelow note, undated, [Boston]. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 34847379 Bigelow (Harvard, M.D. 1841) taught surgery at Harvard Medical School from 1849 until 1882, and was appointed visiting surgeon to the Massachusetts General Hospital in 1846 from which he resigned in 1886. Bigelow was the leading surgeon in New England during his lifetime, the first in the U.S. to excise the hip joint, and know...

Harrison Ellery (person)

T. C. Gray (person)

Ezra Abbot (person)

Caleb Stetson (person)

J. K. Smith (person)

Mary White Fulford (person)

S. H. Russell (person)

Louisa Morse (person)

Upham, Ann Susan Holmes, 1804-1877 (person)

A. M. Pendleton (person)

Essex County Probate Office (corporateBody)

J. Lubbock (person)

Seth Davis (person)

Brown, James F. (James Francis) (person)

C. H. Williams (person)

Katharine Foote (person)

Tina Harding (person)

Stevens, Mary Elizabeth (person)

Anne Wigglesworth (person)

Dexter Clapp (person)

Ontario Bank (corporateBody)

Samuel Henshaw (person)

Hiram Pratt (person)

Thomas Kinnicutt (person)

Danvers Bank (corporateBody)

William Blake (person)

William Prescott (person)

Roderick Stebbins (person)

George B. Hilliard (person)

Mary W. Nice (person)

Hadley Falls Company. (corporateBody)

U.S. Treasury (corporateBody)

Ross, G. A. Johnston (George Alexander Johnston), 1865-1937 (person)

Margaret Curzon (person)

Winslow, Warren, 1810-1863 (person)

Jos. Williams (person)

Perry, Ellen E. (person)

Thomas Smith (person)

Charlotte L. White (person)

Nath. Lord III (person)

Jon. Hunt (person)

Will Mountford (person)

L. W. Brush (person)

Benjamin A. Hurd (person)

Jacob H. Knapp (person)

F. F. Dinsmore (person)

N. J. Bartlett & Co. (corporateBody)

J. Savage (person)

J. W. Rowe (person)

William D. Harriman (person)

American Unitarian Assn. (corporateBody)

Tileston, Mary W. (person)

E. A. Guild (person)

Mary D. Reed (person)

Buckingham, John A. (John Albert), -1897 (person)

White, Daniel Appleton, 1776-1861 (person)

Daniel Appleton White was born to John and Elizabeth (Haynes) White in what is now Lawrence, Massachusetts on June 7, 1776. He grew up on the family's farm, leaving in June 1792 to study under Silas Dinsmoor at Atkinson Academy in New Hampshire. White was a diligent student and gained admission to Harvard College in July 1793. He received an A.B. with highest honors from Harvard in 1797, taught at the Medford (Massachusetts) grammar school from 1797 to 1799, and was Latin tutor at Harvard from 1...

Selectmen of Methuen (corporateBody)

Edward Payne (person)

Holmes, Henry W. (Henry Wyman), 1880-1960 (person)

Holmes graduated from Harvard in 1903, taught education and served as Dean of the Graduate School of Education at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Henry Wyman Holmes, 1900-1960 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973069 From the description of Papers of Henry Wyman Holmes, 1900-1960. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228509869 ...

A. C. Goodell, Jr. (person)

S. J. Borrows (person)

J. Varnum (person)

Bunker Hill Monument Association (corporateBody)

Organized 1823 for the purpose of building a monument commemorating the Battle of Bunker Hill. From the description of Certificate, 1824. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70926774 Incorporated in 1823 for the purpose of purchasing the battlegrounds of June 17, 1775 and constructing on the site a suitable memorial; the association maintained the monument and grounds until 1919 when it was turned over to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; in 1976 the Bunker Hill Monument was tra...

W. H. Prince (person)

A. W. Stevens (person)

G. W. Bolinger (person)

Louise Brown (person)

Rev. Dr. Edwards (person)

Musk (?) & Wilder (corporateBody)

Carolina Perry (person)

Duisman (person)

William A. Johnson (person)

E. R. Hoar (person)

G. G. Lee (person)

Charles Norris (person)

Dean, Stanley (person)

Holmes, John H. (John Hubert) (person)

Eastern Railroad Co. (corporateBody)

Hall, Edward H. (Edward Hepple) (person)

Head, Edward Francis (person)

Emily H. White (person)

George Bancroft (person)

Isaac Lyman (person)

Margaret Bromfield Blanchard (person)

M. Curson (person)

F. D. Pickering (person)

White, Eliza Orne, 1856-1947 (person)

American novelist. From the description of Letters, 1911 & 1936 [manuscript]. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647812245 American author. From the description of Collection 1936. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 49208403 ...

F. W. Holland (person)

Sewall, William B. (William Bartlett), 1782-1869 (person)

Writer, editor, and publisher of Kennebunk, Maine. From the description of Papers, c. 1818-c. 1840. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122346652 Little information is available regarding William B. Sewall and has been gleaned from information in these papers. Sewall lived in Portland, Maine and was a member of the Torpedo Club, a literary group. He also appears to have had some connection with the Portland Advertizer and Gazette. Sewall may have been a lawyer in his later years ...

L. Child (person)

Theodore Parker (person)

L. Billings (person)

John Wilkinson (person)

Lurancy P. Foote (person)

Edward Russell (person)

Caleb Cushing (person)

J. E. Thayer & Brother (corporateBody)

Sumners & Co. (corporateBody)

Stephen Longfellow (person)

John Goodale (person)

H. P. Ingersoll (person)

M. L. Atlee (person)

Mary Flagg (person)

George Cleveland (person)

Cabot, Joseph S. (Joseph Sebastian), 1796-1874 (person)

William Hurd (person)

Samuel Putnum (person)

J. Kimball (person)

Nancy D. Cole (person)

James Nesmith (person)

F. C. Gray (person)

Bank of Lake Erie (corporateBody)

Isaac Foot (person)

Gladys N. Hoover (person)

Dole, Charles F. (Charles Fletcher), 1845-1927 (person)

Brown, John L. 1908- (person)

Henry Stearnes (person)

Mary Minor (person)

D. Burwill (person)

G. G. Coulton (person)

Thomas Hill (person)

Friedrick W. Burchard (person)

Caroline Harding King (person)

Swan, Joshua Augustus, 1823-1871 (person)

Joshua Augustus Swan (1823-1871) was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, and graduated from Harvard College in 1846 and from Harvard Divinity School in 1849. He was ordained in Kennebunk, Maine, shortly after his graduation from Harvard Divinity School and served there until his retirement in 1869. In 1851 he married Miss Sarah Hodges, the daughter of the Rev. Richard Manning Hodges (see bMS 65 ). From the guide to the Diaries, 1849-1871., (Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Div...

A. Ward (person)

Paddock, Benjamin H. (Benjamin Henry), 1828-1891 (person)

Episcopal Bishop of the Diocese of Massachusetts. From the description of Benjamin Henry Paddock papers, 1863-1881. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 662705963 Epithet: Bishop of Massachusetts British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001092.0x0000f7 ...

Margaret T. Emery (person)

William R. Preston (person)

Clark, George T. (person)

Francis B. Somerby (person)

Francis Blanchard (person)

Gosette P. Cordner (person)

Jones, Thomas P. (person)

Mann, Mary Tyler Peabody, 1806-1887 (person)

Educator. From the description of Papers of Mary Tyler Peabody Mann, 1863-1876. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79451614 Mary Tyler Peabody Mann was an active social reformer, educator, and author. Along with her sisters, Elizabeth Peabody and Sophia Peabody Hawthorne, she created and maintained vital connections within the Transcendentalist movement. Mary and her husband, educator Horace Mann, were active abolitionists. The sisters's practical application of optimism and hum...

Samuel W. Marston (person)

T. E. Carpenter (person)

Horace Bushnell (person)

Maria Edgeworth (person)

Harvard Alumni Association. (corporateBody)

The Harvard Alumni Association manages Harvard class reunions. From the description of Records of the 35th reunion for the classes of 1955, 1956 and 1957, 1989-1991. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77067367 The Placement Office service was part of the Appointments Office of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences until 1910. From the description of Employment Committee records, 1928-1937 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76975179 ...

David Cox (person)

B. L. Oliver (person)

Elizabeth Bullard (person)

Cleveland, William P. (person)

R. E. Roberts (person)

Eliza L. Quincy (person)

American Missionary Society. (corporateBody)

Salem Light Infantry Veteran Assoc. (corporateBody)

Benjamin Merrill (person)

Bailey & Bogert (corporateBody)

William S. Bowditch (person)

Jewett, Tebbetts & Co. (corporateBody)

James Savage (person)

Amelia Peabody (person)

Josiah Quincy's (person)

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882 (person)

Poet, from Cambridge (Middlesex Co.), Mass. From the description of Papers, 1859-1874. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19903002 American author and poet. From the description of A psalm of life, fourth verse, 1850. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 274069802 American teacher, translator, and poet. From the description of Letter, Nahant, Mass., to Mrs. T.B. Lawrence, Newport, 1872 July 20. (Boston Athenaeum...

Ella Lyman (person)

Club of Graduates of Harvard College (corporateBody)

World Affairs Council, Boston (corporateBody)

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 (person)

Abraham Lincoln (born February 12, 1809, Sinking Spring Farm near Hodgenville, Kentucky-died April 15, 1865, Washington, D.C.) was the sixteenth President of the United States from 1861 until his death by assassination. He was the son of a Kentucky frontiersman, Thomas Lincoln, and Nancy Hanks. In 1816, Lincoln moved to Pigeon Creek, Indiana, where he worked on his family's farm. Following his mother's death two years later, he continued working on farms until moving with his father to New Sa...

B. A. Gould (person)

The Geiger Times (corporateBody)

Samuel Longfellow (person)

Luther Parks (person)

Thomas P. Galvin (person)

T. D. Bradford (person)

James Richardson (person)

Sullivan, John L. (John Lawrence), 1943- (person)

C. Cushing (person)

L. E. Wakelee (person)

John Williams (person)

S. C. Allen (person)

John Ward & Co. (corporateBody)

Walker, Laura Marquand, 1857-1951 (person)

Joanna Prince (person)

Benjamin T. Howes (person)

John Lord (person)

J. G. King (person)

White, Eliza Orne, 1856-1947 (person)

American novelist. From the description of Letters, 1911 & 1936 [manuscript]. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647812245 American author. From the description of Collection 1936. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 49208403 ...

King's Chapel (corporateBody)

American Unitarian Assoc. (corporateBody)

Fenn, William W. (William Wallace), 1862-1932 (person)

William Wallace Fenn (1862-1932), Unitarian minister and Bussey Professor of Theology at the Harvard Divinity School (1900-1932) was a scholar of New England religious life and thought. He served as Dean of the Harvard Divinity School from 1906-1922. From the description of Papers of William Wallace Fenn, 1874-1932. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76972776 Epithet: novelist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:...

Amelia Peabody Tileston (person)

Thomas, William (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 38180 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001344.0x000033 Epithet: of Sunderland British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001344.0x000036 Epithet: DD; of Stowe MS 753 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001344.0x00002d Epithet: Secretary to...

William Rathbone (person)

William B. Reid (person)

George Briggs (person)

Thomas H. Pons (person)

M. Higginson (person)

Harvard Divinity School. (corporateBody)

The Harvard Divinity School was started in 1811 when a program of graduate studies was organized for candidates for the ministry. In 1819 it became a separate administrative unit in Harvard University. From the description of General information by and about the Harvard Divinity School, 1811- (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228511094 Theology has been taught at Harvard since its opening in 1638. The Harvard Divinity School was started in 1811 when a program of grad...

L. W. Leonard (person)

Helen Hurd (person)

Caleb Foot (person)

Frank Harding (person)

Jacob Pearson (person)

Ellis, George (George H.) (person)

John Wheelock (person)

E. H. Lake (person)

Waite, Otis F. R. (Otis Frederick Reed), 1818-1895 (person)

Kirkland, John Thornton, 1770-1840 (person)

John Thornton Kirkland (1770-1840) was President of Harvard University from 1810-1828. From the description of My dear sir, permit me to introduce to you the bearer, Mr. McEwen of Philadelphia, a gentleman & a scholar, yours truly, J. T. Kirkland, 6 October [ca. 1800-1840]. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77067915 John T. Kirkland (1770-1840) was the fifteenth President of Harvard University from November 14, 1810 to April 2, 1828. He led Harvard University thr...

Knowles (person)

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Susan Emerson (person)

John J. Putnam (person)

Mary Wilder (Polly) Eustis Horner (person)

Frances E. Foote (person)

Wade T. Foote (person)

Henry Tatlock (person)

Edward Gibauh (person)

C. Francis (person)

Edward h. (person)

Justin Story (person)

Caleb B. Bradlee (person)

David Osgood (person)

Penn School (corporateBody)

B. A. Nichols (person)

J. H. Stephenson (person)

Eliza Sparhawk (person)

William Willis (person)

U. G. Fletcher (person)

Adeliae D. Whitney (person)

A. H. Hoyt (person)

Daisy Atterbury (person)

J. A. Goodale (person)

White, Charles B. (Charles Byron), 1953- (person)

F. C. Hosmer (person)

King's Chapel, Boston. (corporateBody)

H. G. Hubon (person)

Reynolds, John P. (person)

Hall, Elizabeth R. (Elizabeth Ricketts), 1829-1878 (person)

Upham, Charles W. (person)

Samuel Clark (person)

Committee of Worship (corporateBody)

T. R. Sullivan (person)

Eliza White Morison (person)

Cotillion Parties (corporateBody)

Agnes C. Foote (person)

W. Barry (person)

J. Elliot Cabot and Francis E. Parker, Attorneys (corporateBody)

J. P. Handy (person)

Jos. Torrey (person)

L. Higginson (person)

B. Westermann & Co. (corporateBody)

Henry Newholt (person)

John Foote (person)

C. S. Livermore (person)

Charles C. Smith (person)

Mary A. Mulvey (person)

Frank Peabody (person)

Gregory, William H. (William Homer), 1934- (person)

The South Middlesex Conference (corporateBody)

Ralph Rutenber (person)

Robert C. Woods (person)

C. B. Crane (person)

Pickman, Dudley Leavitt, 1779-1846 (person)

W. H. Furness (person)

Amos P. Trapley (person)

Sydney B. Snow (person)

Townsend, Colin (person)

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Spenser (person)

James R. Tebbetts (person)

Mary L. Eliot (person)

Charles Brown (person)

Chadwick, John W. (person)

F. D. Channing (person)

Henry Kimball Oliver's School for Boys (corporateBody)

William Abbott (person)

Lucinda H. Orne (person)

L. Woods (person)

G. M. Bartol (person)

Daniel Stickney (person)

Bernard Barton (person)

Industrial School of North Sumter for blacks (corporateBody)

John Davis (person)

Theodore H. Dorr (person)

John Varnum (person)

Henry Cohnan (person)

Willard Phillips (person)

Elizabeth Wheeler (person)

Henry L. Patrick (person)

Susanna Morse (person)

George Wilson (person)

Barnes, Benjamin H. (person)

Resident of Doylestown, Pa. From the description of Papers, 1883-1969. (Bucks County Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 70966325 ...

Mrs. Percy Starbird (person)

Baker, George P. (George Pierce) (person)

Isaac, M. (person)

Mary Carpenter (person)

Moses Hazen (person)

Schroeder, William Lawrence (person)

Chandler, Peleg W. (Peleg Whitman), 1816-1889 (person)

Boston lawyer and politican. From the description of Letters received, 1866-1874. (Boston Athenaeum). WorldCat record id: 39273758 Lawyer, Journalist, and legislator, of Massachusetts; Boston city solicitor (1846-1853); served in Massachusetts House of Representatives (1844-1846, 1862-1863); and on Governor's Council (1850); b. in New Gloucester, Me. From the description of Correspondence, 1845-1880. (Rutherford B Hayes Presidential Center). WorldCat record id: 5...

The Tuckerman School (corporateBody)

Ham, Marion Franklin, 1867-1956 (person)

Poet, of Chattanooga, Tenn.; b. in Harveysburg, Ohio. From the description of Marion Franklin Ham papers, 1949. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 244393596 ...

Alexander Young Jr. (person)

Merriam, Ellis & Benton (corporateBody)

J. Nichols (person)

M. V. Pickering (person)

Exchange Tavern (corporateBody)

Sarah Ripley (person)

S. E. Mitchell (person)

White, Margaret H. (person)

A. P. Peabody (person)

S. J. Burrows (person)

E. W. Ward (person)

Hill, Mary E., 1805?-1868 (person)

King's Chapel Hospital (corporateBody)

Joseph Haynes (person)

Adams Ayer (person)

Watertown First Parish (corporateBody)

Hayes, Francis B. (Francis Brown), 1819-1884 (person)

Shaw, Charles F. (person)

W. A. Latham (person)

Elizabeth Peabody (person)

Hope Ledyard (person)

J. L. Douthit (person)

Elizabeth Torrey (person)

James De Normandie (person)

Sunday-School Society (corporateBody)

Griffin, John H. (person)

D. H. Mason (person)

Emily L. Hall (person)

Foote, Henry W. (person)

Boston Bank (corporateBody)

V. D. Davis (person)

Noyes, Joseph Cobham, 1798-1868 (person)

U.S. representative from Maine; businessman; of Eastport and Portland, Me. From the description of Joseph Cobham Noyes autograph letter signed to John Bell, 1841 Apr. 15. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 173644059 ...

Louisa P. Stone (person)

Richard Darby (person)

Lithia Springs Educational Association (corporateBody)

Bowditch, Charles P. (Charles Pickering), 1842-1921 (person)

Charles Pickering Bowditch (born September 30, 1842; died June 1, 1921), was an early initiator and supporter of Meso and Central American research at the Peabody Museum. His interest in Maya studies was sparked by a pleasure trip to the Yucatan in 1888. Bowditch received both his A.B. (1863) and his M.A. (1866) from Harvard University. He was a leading member of the Museum's Committee for Central American Researchers from 1891 until his death. Bowditch joined the Department of Anth...

Charlotte F. Brooks (person)

Reynolds, William H. (person)

S. S. Howe (person)

Nathaniel Lord (person)

Thomas, Benjamin A. (person)

Rejoice Newton (person)

John White (person)

F. L. Hosmen (person)

Joseph Story (person)

Belmont Hill School (corporateBody)

Sargent (family)

Samuel Farrar (person)

J. S. Howe (person)

Mary White Morton (person)

Benjamin P. Butler (person)

R. Anderson (person)

Little & Brown (corporateBody)

N. G. White (person)

Thompson, James W. (James Wilson), 1942- (person)

E. P. Peabody (person)

Saul C. Jackson (person)

G. F. Thayer (person)

Weeks, John W. (John Wingate), 1860-1926 (person)

John Wingate Weeks (April 11, 1860-July 12, 1926) was an American politician in the Republican Party. He served as a United States Representative for Massachusetts from 1905 to 1913, as a United States Senator from 1913 to 1919, and as Secretary of War from 1921 to 1925. Weeks was born and raised in Lancaster, New Hampshire. He received an appointment to the United States Naval Academy, graduating in 1881, and served two years in the United States Navy. Weeks made a fortune in banking during the...

Foote, Henry W. (person)

Sarah Lee (person)

D. W. Nead (person)

Rebecca White Perkins (person)

Dorothea L. Dix (person)

Lowell, A. Lawrence (Abbott Lawrence), 1856-1943 (person)

Nicola Sacco (1891-1927) and Bartolomeo Vanzetti (1888-1927) were Italian immigrants who were tried and executed for robbery and murder of payroll guards Frederick Albert Parmenter and Alessandro Berardelli. The case of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Sacco and Vanzetti quickly became one of America's most complicated and notorious political trials. They were found guilty on July 14, 1921, but the legal struggle to save them extended until 1927. By April 9, 1927, all appeals in the Massachu...

M. L. Hedge (person)

Atlee, William Augustus, 1735-1793 (person)

Lawyer, Revolutionary official, and jurist. From the description of Papers of William Augustus Atlee, 1759-1816. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71131097 ...

Unitarian Church of Rochester (corporateBody)

Frederich John (person)

John Scott (person)

Samuel Foot (person)

H. B. Gibson (person)

John Hay (person)

Allen Danforth (person)

B. Perry (person)

Velma Williams (person)

Stephen W. Phillip (person)

American Academy Arts & Sciences (corporateBody)

S. P. Bellinger (person)

U. S. Consul (corporateBody)

Sarah Titcomb (person)

Hale, Mary W. (Mary Whitwell), 1810-1862 (person)

Committee of First Church (corporateBody)

Eliot, Charles W. (person)

T. Cole (person)

Commercial Bank of Lake Erie. (corporateBody)

click here to view the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History entry for the Commercial Bank of Lake Erie From the guide to the Commercial Bank of Lake Erie Records, 1816-1840, (Western Reserve Historical Society) ...

Sidney F. Wilcox (person)

George W. Lyman (person)

Eleanor B. Tileston (person)

Ezra Ripley (person)

A. Clutton Brock (person)

Charles Harding (person)

Ophelia Harding Krum (person)

Lyman, Arthur T. (Arthur Theodore), 1832-1915 (person)

John McLean (person)

Moses White (person)

Jacob Wales (person)

churches/Board of Directors, Western Unitarian Conference (corporateBody)

J. H. Pinson (person)

Latimer, George Dimmick, 1856-1930 (person)

William Rotch Jr. (person)

Thomas Waine (person)

Reed, William Howell, 1837-1914 (person)

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Mutual Fire Insurance Co. (corporateBody)

A. Eliot (person)

S. Hale (person)

Finance Committee, American Unitarian Assn. (corporateBody)

Dorothea Foote Merriman (person)

Smith, Anne W. (person)

George Livermore (person)

A. H. Crocker (person)

Ladies of Newburyport (corporateBody)

Mrs. M. A. Schuyler (person)

Florence B. Dillingham (person)

Lucy G. Orne (person)

George Sanger (person)

Augustine, Father, O.F.M. Cap., 1870- (person)

Sarah B. White (person)

Ellen Peirson (person)

Mark Hopkins (person)

Edes, Henry Herbert, 1849-1922 (person)

Essex County Committee at State House (corporateBody)

A. B. Muzzey (person)

Ruth Rogers (person)

Keene (NH) Congregational Society (corporateBody)

John Bartlett (person)

Tenney, William C. (William Cutter) (person)

Washington (State). Supreme Court (corporateBody)

An agency history is available. From the guide to the Supreme Court Registers of actions indexes, 1895-1940., (Utah State Archives and Records Service) From the guide to the Supreme Court Opinions, 1886-, (Utah State Archives and Records Service) From the guide to the Supreme Court Minute books, 1859-1987., (Utah State Archives and Records Service) From the guide to the Supreme Court Utah Reporter, 1851-, (Utah State Archives and Records Service) F...

Anna Fuller (person)

A. H. Abbott (person)

F. Booth (person)

S. F. Haven (person)

S. W. Bush (person)

J. F. Skinner (person)

Arthur W. Mitchell (person)

Lilian H. Hayward (person)

William Fullam (person)

W. W. Comfort (person)

Emory Washburn (person)

D. E. Nicholson (person)

G. Dwight (person)

Mary Emerson (person)

Jennison, Timothy Lindall, 1761-1845 (person)

Physician of Cambridge, Mass. From the description of Papers, 1803-1832, Cambridge, Mass. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 35093256 ...

White, Edward E. (person)

Fanny White (person)

M. E. Wilson (person)

Abby A. Peterson (person)

J. F. Moors (person)