Shaker Heights, Ohio, Neighborhood Associations.Western Reserve Historical Society3 rolls of microfilm.Consists of articles of incorporation, constitutions, minutes, correspondence, reports, newsletters, articles, photographs, newspaper clippings, and budgets and financial statements of the neighborhood associations.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Shaker Heritage Society.New York State Historical Documents13 boxes.A collection of Shaker publications and manuscripts. The collection includes volumes 8 to 23 and volume 26 of "The Shaker Manifesto"; a collection of Shaker music, a large number of Shaker pamphlets and other Shaker serials.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Soule, Gertrude M., 1894-1988.United Society of Shakers - Shaker Library1 v.Scrapbook entitled The Shaker Museum, containing photographs and postcards relating to the Shakers.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Andrews, Edward Deming, 1894-1964.Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Libraryca. 75 cubic ft.The Andrews collection contains thousands of printed, manuscript, photographic, and archival materials, plus some artifacts. Diaries, journals, volumes of poetry and prose, and various printed materials offer insights to Shaker community life and beliefs. Included among the artifacts are water color paintings of Shaker communities, seed packets and labels for Shaker products, samples of chair tapes, and audio visual documentation of Shaker music and daily life.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Ford, Buck and Sheldon, Inc.Connecticut Historical Society1 folder.A map of property owned by members of the Shaker community in Enfield, Connecticut, 1914, and an undated map of graves in Enfield's Shaker cemetery.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Shaker Heritage Society.New York State Historical DocumentsManuscript collections of the Shaker presence in Albany and Watervliet; books on the Shaker sect, with a concentration on local Shakers; a complete set of "The Shaker," published mainly in Albany.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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