Jared Treman Newman papers, 1803-1953, 1803-1937 (bulk).


Newman, Jared T. (Jared Treman), 1855-1937. Jared Treman Newman papers, 1803-1953, 1803-1937 (bulk).

Jared Treman Newman papers, 1803-1953, 1803-1937 (bulk).

Papers include correspondence, legal documents, reports, accounts, blueprints, maps, clippings, and printed material dealing primarily with the interest of Newman and Charles H. Blood in the development of Cayuga Heights, but also with Renwick Heights and Bryant Park, Ithaca, New York; minutes of the organizational meeting of the Cayuga Heights Land Corporation, 1928. Also, letters and papers concerning banking institutions in Ithaca and elsewhere; real estate in South Dakota, Illinois, and Florida; other business concerns; the expansion and promotion of the New York State Barge Canal system; the affairs of Cascadilla School, Ithaca; alumni activities of the Cornell Class of 1875; manuscript and printed matter concerning the Ithaca Presbyterian Church, the Cornell University Christian Association, and Cornell United Religious Work; letter to Professor Floyd K. Richtmyer concerning his views of a proposed school of religion at Cornell; Newman's appointment as special lecturer in the Cornell Law School, 1897-1899; and his terms of service as a Trustee, including an Alumni Trustee Report, 1898. Also, correspondence with Wilmot Moses Smith, 1875; William Ozmun Wyckoff, 1891, concerning his interest in a Tompkins County, New York judgeship; a letter from Eugene Frayer concerning Cornell President Charles Kendall Adams; letters from George Lincoln Burr, Hiram Corson, Mina Miller Edison, Thomas Alva Edison, Leonard Knight Elmhirst, Livingston Farrand, and Harry Emerson Fosdick.

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