Breder papers include a registration certificate for F. Breder, and a passport of his grandmother Amalia Klein (who perished in Auschwitz). Primo papers include a passport and a 1916 Militärpak (military identification papers)
Materials of Margaretta Smith Chegwidden and the Smith and Brown families, of Moorestown, N.J., and the La Plata/Port Tobacco area of Maryland -- Includes baptismal certificate, power of attorney, D.A.R. ancestral chart, and death notice of Margaretta (Smith) Chegwidden; papers of her father, Augustin Earl Roberts Smith including birth certificate, appointment and documents reflecting his attendance at United States Military Academy and his activities as U.S. Army officer, USMA reunion materials, cancelled checks, photographs, will, and by-laws and miscellaneous materials of the Philadelphia Cricket Club; and papers of Chegwidden's mother Frederica (Brown) Smith, including certificate of marriage, genealogical notes, death notices, probate bills, photographs, and documents reflecting membership in the Janet Montgomery Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Bethesda, Md
Scrapbook containing correspondence, invitations, menus, autographs, newspaper clippings, photographs, marriage certificate, and memorabilia, chiefly relating to the Williams's wedding -- Includes autographs, invitations, and correspondence from Gilded Age political and military friends of William Henry Smith, a friend of Rutherford B. Hayes; photographs of members of Hayes's presidential party during its Sept. 1878 journey to Chicago and Hastings, Minn.; and photographs of Ashwood, the Smith country home in Lake Forest where the couple was married in 1884. Correspondents include George Bancroft, James G. Blaine, Henry Williams Blodgett, Rutherford B. and Lucy Webb Hayes, Rutherford P. Hayes, Mary Logan, James Russell Lowell, and George B. McClellan
The personal papers of the New Jersey teacher, peach grower, and author Egbert T. Bush range from the 1870s to his death in 1934 -- The collection includes his daily pocket diaries (1874; 1917-1932; 1934-1937) which record weather information and daily activities. Agricultural records (1874-1907) cover organizing, running, and operating a peach growing business. Teaching records (1874-1931) include his teacher certificates, school correspondence, and textbook selection materials
Fifty-one volunteer certificates recording the recruitment of New Jersey men into the United States Colored Troops, chiefly assigned to the 43rd and 45th regiments -- Certificates include name, age, height, date, and congressional district/municipality credited for each soldier
Consists mainly of the papers of James R. Smith, principally pertaining to his superintendency of the South Carolina State Military Works in Greenville, S.C., during and after the Civil War, and his involvement in a family estate. Papers pertaining to the S.C. State Military Works include a letter (1863) from South Carolina Gov. Milledge L. Bonham appointing Smith superintendent; a letter (1866) from Gov. James L. Orr; and other correspondence (1865-1868) concerning the dispostion of the property of the State Military Works; aned an inventory of finished and unfinished arms and ammunition in the works (11 Apr. 1865) listing items such as wagon wheels, carbines, muskets, shells, bolts, and ammunition chests. Estate records (1856-1858) pertain to the estate of George S. Oglesby, of Lee County, Ga., and include a copy of his will, correspondence concerning payments to Mrs. Ihly, and trusteeship papers. Other items include a grant (1832) of forty acres in Cherokee County, Ga., to Ephraim ... Read More
Includes passport, health insurance card, and certificate of compensation (1958) -- Also includes birth certificate, revised to conform to registration requirements that Jewish men take the additional given name of "Israel.".