Rindge collection, 1883-2000 (bulk 1883-1905).

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Rindge collection, 1883-2000 (bulk 1883-1905).

Correspondence, photographs, financial records, architectural drawings, and other materials, chiefly relating to Rindge's endeavors on the East Coast, such as his major donations to the City of Cambridge, Mass., local churches, and his involvement with American University in Washington, D.C. Also includes correspondence letter books, chiefly letters from William I. Parker or Francis J. Parker, Rindge's business managers, detailing local business transactions; pamphlets and annual reports from various local schools and charities; architectural drawings of the library, city hall, Cambridge Manual Training School, and other buildings; copies of his self-published religious or meditative books; and materials regarding Cambridge Manual Training School and its camp which Rindge founded, chiefly letters from Harry Ellis, first superintendent of the school, detailing daily routines and special events.

15 linear ft.

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Monadnock Mills (Claremont, N.H.)

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Rindge, Frederick Hastings, 1857-1905

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Philanthropist, industrialist, civic leader, and author of religious and meditative books; b. in Cambridge, Mass.; graduate of Harvard; settled in California. From the description of Rindge collection, 1883-2000 (bulk 1883-1905). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70973442 ...

Parker, William, ironmonger

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Cocheco Mills (Rochester, N.H.)

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Cambridge Manual Training School

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Gonic Manufacturing Company

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Woolen mill located in Gonic, a locality in Rochester, N.H. Started in 1838 by Nicholas Whitehouse, it was incorporated in 1859 by the Whitehouse family and Parker, Wilder & Company, commission merchants in Boston. In 1864 a new mill was built. Parker, Wilder & Company took over the firm in 1877 and appointed agents to run the mill. From the description of [Business records]. 1859-1912, 1954. (American Textile History Museum Library). WorldCat record id: 48450673 ...

Sanford mills, Sanford, Me

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Harvard-Epworth Church (Cambridge, Mass.)

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Sterling Mills

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Cambridge Public Library (Cambridge, Mass.)

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Clarendon Mills (West Boylston, Mass.)

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Ellis, Harry, school superintendent

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Parker, Francis J. (Francis Jewett), 1825-1909

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Cheney, G. H.

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American University (Washington, D.C.)

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