1995 Library Accessions, 1794-1995.


Various. 1995 Library Accessions, 1794-1995.

1995 Library Accessions, 1794-1995.

Accessions include: weather diary of unknown author, typescript of "Castle Hill in Ipswich, Mass," accounts books pertaining to shoe manufacturing, a merchant selling items from Surinam, farm labor, weights and fees, and a carpet cleaning maching inventor, daybooks for a clothing merchant, a Newbury, MA family, a Salem, MA shoemaker and a farmer, a hotel register for the Fowler House in Ipswich, MA, a scrapbook of newspaper clippings, and diaries for various individuals (95001); late 19th century photographs of Salem, Danvers, and Peabody, MA, some of which were photographed by Frank Cousins (95006); secretaries' reports of the Crombie Street Congregational Church Men's Club; a copy of "Blessed Hope Railway;" and a typescript copy of the voyage on the Ship Amethyst from Boston to the Pacific on a sealing expedition (95007); three glass negatives of unidentified man, street scene in Salem after the fire of 1914, and group of people in front of building, plus contact prints of latter two negatives (95009); photograph of a mahogany, four poster bed, c. 1880-1900 (95011); letters, photographs, tintypes, and genealogical notes pertaining to the Nichols/Hood family (1995.017); papers and records for the First Spiritualist Society of Salem, MA, which include their constitution, bylaws and meeting notes (1995.020); papers of John Gavit Morse of Salem, MA, which include an almanac/diary, a scrapbook, correspondence, and journals (1995.021); diaries, account books, and a docket book of William H. Gove, a Salem, MA, lawyer (1995.031); catalogs and business records of Daniel Low & Company of Salem, MA (1995.037); legal documents relating to members of the Bowker Family and the Bowker Block of Salem, MA (1995.042); nine volumes of cruising logs of the Charles K. Cobb family of Ipswich, MA (1995.004); daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, and photographs of the Henry Family (1995.046); membership cards to the Mechanic Apprentices' Library Association, Boston, MA, for Hamilton Moses, two stereocards, and a Saugus High School Graduation Program from 1885 (1995.046); scrapbooks and newspaper clippings of Francis J. Bates, Deputy Fire Chief of Salem, MA, relating to the Salem fires and firemen (1995.047); pocket diaries of Sarah M. Parker (Mrs. George Parker) (1995.052); copy of the will of Mary Herbert Norris of Salem, MA, along with genealogical notes on old Salem families (1995.054); diary of an unknown constable or jail keeper, probably from the Ipswich area (1995.057); an album of hand-colored Japanese photographs, of the Meiji period, with lacquer covers, probably belonging to Cherry Nichols Johnson, who lived in Peirce-Nichols House, Salem, MA (1995.059); and an album of photographic views of Essex County architecture with annotations and inserts pertaining to the views (1995.061).

15 accessions.

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Hood, Ernest Nichols.

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Mechanic Apprentices' Library Association

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Johnson, Cherry Nichols.

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Ordway, J. H.

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Hood, Frederick Curtis.

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Bowker, George.

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George Bowker enlisted in the 89th Infantry Regiment, New York Volunteers, also known as the "Dickinson Guard", and is believed to have served as a private between the years of 1862 and 1863. From the description of George Bowker letters, 1862-1898. (SUNY Oswego). WorldCat record id: 29821340 ...

Cummings family.

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Bates, Francis J.

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Gove, William H. (William Hazeltine), 1817-1876

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Cabinetmaker and carpenter, of Wentworth, N.H. From the description of Accounts, 1839-1879. (New Hampshire Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 70961936 ...

Sederquist, G. W. (George W.), 1838-1921

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Moulton, Lucy Drowne, 1766-1827

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Phillips, Warren R.

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Moses, Hamilton, 1874-

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Crombie Street Congregational Church Men's Club

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Bowker, Joel, 1775-1858

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National Spiritualist Association of Churches

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Andrews, Abel.

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Parker, Sarah Jessica

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John Niles (1775-1812) was a Yale divinity student, preceptor at Hamilton Oneida Academy, pastor of Church of Christ in Bath, New York. From the description of John Niles biography, 1958. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63534563 ...

Cousins, Frank

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Salem (Essex Co.), Mass. writer and photographer, specializing in colonial American architecture. From the description of Frank Cousins photographs, 1891-1901. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 37869795 ...

Saugus High School

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Morse, John Gavit.

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Spectre (Yawl)

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Fowler House

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Nichols family.

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Bowker (Manning) Block

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Hood, David Curtis.

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Endicott, William Crowninshield, 1860-1936

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Henry, William Wirt, 1831-1900

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Charles Campbell (1807-1876) was born on 1 May 1807, in Petersburg, Virginia, the firstborn child of parents John Wilson Campbell (d.1842), and Mildred Walker Moore Campbell. John, a bookstore owner, was also a historian. In 1831 he published the History of Virginia to 1781 . Later, he held the position of Federal Collector of Customs in Petersburg, Virginia. Mildred taught at the Petersburg Classical Academy in the 1840's. In addition to Charles, the couple also had two younger chi...

Noyes, Daniel Rogers, 1836-1908

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Businessman, civic leader, and philanthropist, of Saint Paul, Minn.; originally of Lyme, Conn.; partner in wholesale drug firm Noyes Brothers & Cutler (with brother Charles P. Noyes and Edward Cutler); married Helen Abia Gilman. From the description of Daniel Rogers Noyes collection, 1869-1908. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70954258 ...

Newhall & Hall

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Maimee (Knockabout)

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Sunshine (Catboat)

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Hood, Willis.

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Emily Jane (Schooner)

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Homans, Francis W.

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Daniel Low & Company.

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Larkin, Samuel, 1773-1849

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Auctioneer and civic leader, of Portsmouth, N.H. From the description of Thomas Thompson estate auction, 1809 May 25. (Portsmouth Athenaeum Library & Museum). WorldCat record id: 70926250 New Hampshire auctioneer, bookseller, publisher, civic leader, and part owner of privateer Macedonian, of Portsmouth, N.H. From the description of Journals, 1837-1848. (Portsmouth Athenaeum Library & Museum). WorldCat record id: 70950063 Auctioneer, of Portsmout...

First Spiritualist Church (Salem, Mass.)

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Dodge, William Janes

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Medical student at the University of Michigan. From the description of William T. Dodge student notes, 1878. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 80524930 ...

Dronsfield, R. Wendell.

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Essex, Andrews

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Volante (Schooner Yacht)

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Lunt, Joseph, 1756 or 1757-1804

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Hall, Harmon.

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Burnham, Joseph Howard.

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Henry, Cornelius.

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Adams family.

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Hood family.

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Wayward (Schooner Yacht)

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Henry family.

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Amethyst (Ship : 1823-1860)

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Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Gorham B. Howes, on voyage from 5 Nov. 1846-24 Apr. 1850; owner-agent: John Avery Parker & Son; built at Boston, Mass., 1823; sold at San Francisco, 1860. From the description of Logbook of the ship Amethyst, 1846 Nov. 5-1850 Apr. 25. (Old Dartmouth Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 424512078 Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Owen Reynard, on voyage from 23 Mar. 1838-3 Mar. 1840 to...

Wheeler, John, Sir

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Norris, Mary Herbert.

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Treadwell, Aaron L.

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Bailey, Charles O.

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Massachusetts State Association of Spiritualists.

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Coburn, Marion

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Hawks, Abijiah.

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Waters, Thomas Franklin, 1851-1919

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Bowker family.

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Bowker, Daniel (American painter, active 1830)

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Peabody, George

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Peirce-Nichols House

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