Hutchinson-Watson-Oliver letters, 1769-1892, bulk: 1769-1842.


Brimmer, Eliza Oliver, 1780-. Hutchinson-Watson-Oliver letters, 1769-1892, bulk: 1769-1842.

Hutchinson-Watson-Oliver letters, 1769-1892, bulk: 1769-1842.

Letters of the Hutchinson, Watson, and Oliver families, American loyalists, mostly concerning family matters. Principal correspondents include: Eliza O., George W., Harriet W., Martin, Sarah W., and Mary Ann Brimmer; Elisha, John, Mary, and Mary W. Hutchinson; Peter Oliver, Elizabeth W. Temple, and Phoebe Watson.

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Brimmer, Mary Ann, 1786-1839. (person)

Oliver family. (family)

Temple, Elizabeth Watson, 1770-1809. (person)

Watson family. (family)

Brimmer, Martin, 1793-1847 (person)

Brimmer, George Watson, 1784-1838, (person)

Hutchinson, John W. (person)

The Isles of Shoals are a summer resort area off the coast of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, popular as a summer haven for artists and writers in the mid-late 1800s, among them Childe Hassam and J. Appleton Brown. Celia Thaxter, a painter, poet and writer of children's books had a cottage there; Hassam made numerous paintings of her and her garden. From the description of [Isles of Shoals photograph album - selected photographs], [ca. 1898-1900]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122455004 ...

Brimmer, Sarah Watson, 1759- (person)

Oliver, Peter, 1713-1791 (person)

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Hutchinson family. (family)

Watson, Phoebe. (person)

Hutchinson, Mary Watson, 1754-1803. (person)

Hutchinson, Elisha, 1745-1824. (person)

Brimmer, Eliza Oliver, 1780- (person)

Brimmer, Harriet Wadsworth, 1805-1833. (person)