1989 Library Accessions 1634-1987, n.d.


1989 Library Accessions 1634-1987, n.d.

Accessions include: letters written by Harold A. Daley, of Beverly, MA, to his family during World War I from postings in the United States as well as in France, with a printed transcript of letters accompanied by photographs and family history written by Carroll F. Daley (89003); Robert Sawtell Papers, a Salem, MA stationer, which contain his civic papers, brochures and newspaper clippings along with correspondence, meeting notes, publications, and brochures of the Salem Chamber of Commerce (89006); one volume of autographs of men of Salem, MA (89009); diaries of J. Sydney Allen, of Gloucester, MA (89011); two volumes of vital records for the Stanley Family (89012); diary of Alfred Poore of Bradford, MA (89021); Ira Haskell Papers consisting of his notes, drawings, and correspondence pertaining to his book, "Hosiery Thru the Years" (89023); diary of Dr. G. W. Miller, assistant surgeon at Hilton Head Hospital, SC, kept during the Civil War, dated 1863 (89024); one volume of court and church records, n.d. (89029); letterbook of Samuel S. Standley, a Salem, MA mason, whose correspondence discusses supply purchases (89031); roster for Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Artillery Corps (1812) listing the names of Salem, MA men in the corps (89033); sheet music for "The Rural Retreat," n.d. (89040); book of sheet music for psalm tunes, n.d. (89041); account books and diaries of unknown authors, which include fireclub accounts, postage accounts, travel expenses, memorandum of activities, rental of equipment, etc. (89043); document from the Massachusetts General Court listing the 18 men who had the most votes for magistrate in 1677 (89044); diary of Henry Philip Cogswell, with transcript of same, diary of Lydia Ann Frye, a supercargo journal kept by Nathan Frye, an account book of a carting business in Marblehead, MA, record book of the young People's Anti-Saloon League, of Salem, MA, and ALSs of Thomas Gage to Caleb Gage, his son (89047, 1997.049, the transcript of Henry Cogswell's diary is stored with this accession); account book of S. C. Follansbee of West Newbury, MA, with entries detailing general labor, comb manufacturing, and keeping a singing school, along with entries with a different hand indicating an unknown, second author (89051); photostat of memoir of Mrs. Frances Oppenheim, a Jewish woman, born in Salem, MA in 1899 who lived and worked there until the 1920's (89052); Joseph Pierpont papers, a Salem and Danvers, MA shopkeeper, which consist of promissory notes, deeds for properties in Salem and Danvers, and a summons (89053); poem, entitled "American Poets," delivered to Phi Beta Kappa in 1812, written by Edward Everett (89059); manuscript describing a visit to the Shaker Community and Sunday services at Harvard, MA, in 1838, with transcript of same, signed by "B.F.B.," probably Benjamin Frederick Browne (89060); manuscript on Nathaniel Hawthorne written by William H. Foster, n.d., about the first article published by Nathaniel Hawthorne (89062); listing of individuals buried in the Friends Burying Ground, Lynn, MA, 1781-1833, kept by Richard Pratt (89063); ALS from Theodore Parker to Joseph E. Sprague concerning a newspaper article (89064); Joseph Peabody Gardner letterbook including correspondence with merchants in London, Liverpool, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manilla, and other ports, chiefly concerning China trade (89065); William Gurdon Saltonstall Papers including a manuscript journal of a voyage from Boston to the River LaPlatta, a scrapbook with manuscript memoir, letters, and memorabilia, and newspaper articles during the Civil War period (89067); Second Church of Salem, MA daybook with constitution and calendar of the Second Church Alliance (89068); Alonzo Lewis Papers pertaining to the history of Lynn, MA, genealogy, and a proposed history of witchcraft plus correspondence with his publishers, John H. Eastman, Joshua Coffin, John Glen King, John Farmer, and James Savage (89069); Upton Family Papers, which include the correspondence of Elijah Wood Upton to his wife and family members from Europe, domestic correspondence, and letters by Francis Upton (son of Elijah) from Europe (89070); travel diaries, brochures and photographs of trips to Europe along with a photograph album for a Mediterranean cruise (89071); Asa Smith Papers, which include military orders, receipts, muster roll, commission, etc. pertaining to Civil War service along with correspondence, a bible, two photograph albums and tintypes, and the correspondence of Hannah Bond and genealogical material (89076); letters from Bertha Rogers to Robert Lovett with an obituary and biographical note about Bertha Rogers (89079); correspondence, news clippings, notes, and muscial scores from 1976-1977 for the re-enactment of an 1856 Salem Brass Band concert featuring Patrick Gilmore (89081); unknown farmer's diary from the Amesbury-Newburyport area, dated 1894 (89082); vital records (birth and death) for Edward Brown and his family (89083); photographs of the Timothy Lindall gravestone and of Thomas Treadwell Stone, Jr. (89084); and three ALS by John Rogers, a sculptor, one of which was to W. L. Garrison, with a transcript included of same (89085).

36 accessions.


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