Vassar College
These papers primarily concern her family and include two scrapbooks of genealogical material; logbooks, 1925-1929; album and diploma of her mother Agnes Gould Wheeler from Galway Ladies Seminary, 1852-1854; and daguerreotypes of her parents Charles and Agnes Wheeler. Other items include programs from Vassar College events, 1878-1879
Minnesota Historical Society
Photocopied correspondence, photographs ([187-], [ca. 1890]), genealogical charts, and family history narratives (1981-1982, [1993?]) comprising the compiled genealogical and historical record of a Bohemian family whose ancestors emigrated to the U.S. during the second half of the 19th century and settled in Brown County (Minn.).
Minnesota Historical Society
Letters from Joseph A. Gilfillan, Julius Chambers, John Lind, and Portius C. Deming about the history and geography of the Lake Itasca region and the establishment of Itasca State Park, including an annotated map; other letters reflecting Brower's interests in archaeology; and family biographical and genealogical data
Minnesota Historical Society
Typewritten and photographic copies of notes, correspondence, genealogical charts, and other material relating to the Braden and allied families originally of Nova Scotia and England
State Library of Victoria
History of Charles Harrod and Harrod family, 1765-1975, by Arnold Brown. Charles Harrod settled on "Warren Farm", near Swan Hill, 1858; includes application for land in Swan Hill, 1871; survey details of "Warren Farm" by Chas. E. Albrecht, 1871; plan of "Umberumberka", N.S.W. (west of the Darling), where Henry Raines settled in 1866; history of Clara Victoria Anderson, 1872-1975
State Library of Victoria
Two separate volumes describing the lives of Arthur W. Milbourne and his wife Margaret Ellen, both compiled by their son John Christie. The first volume describes the family's life on the farm at Warracknabeal and includes a genealogical chart and a map of the area where the Milbournes lived. The second volume is the story of Margaret Ellen Milbournes life and was compiled from her diaries
The Henry Ford - Benson Ford Research Center
The Firestone family papers include personal papers, photographs, and collected materials related to family history, significant events, and travels of Idabelle and Harvey S. Firestone and their son, Harvey S. Firestone Jr. The bulk of the materials relate to the personal life of Elizabeth Parke and Harvey Firestone Jr. and the Elizabeth Parke Firestone designer couture collection. The papers are arranged in the following series: Family History, 1804-1985 (.2 cubic ft.); Idabelle and Harvey Firestone, 1913-1981 (.2 cubic ft.); Elizabeth Parke and Harvey Firestone Jr., 1808-1989 (2.8 cubic ft.); Elizabeth Parke Firestone Couture, 1921-1991 (5.2 cubic ft., 2 oversize folders and 1 scrapbook); and Negatives, 1920-1991 (.4 cubic ft.). There is oversize material in each series except the Negative series
State Library of Victoria
History of the Aitchison family written by Frances May Smith (nee Aitchison) in 1987. Mentions Ned Kelly and his associates, and their armour
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of the records of Harrold Brothers (Americus, Ga.) and its predecessors from 1826-1964. The records include business correspondence, 1826-1964; papers of Frank P. Harrold, 1918-1961; financial records, 1855-1964; legal records, family papers, and other records not related to the Harrold family. Correspondence includes personal letters of the Harrold family and relatives concerning daily life and civic affairs, and business letters of the Harrold Brothers firm, their other businesses, and the firms with which they dealt. Financial and legal documents are personal or relate primarily to the transactions and activities of the firm and other businesses as well as to the family's church and civic involvement, and include invoices and receipts, stock certificates, tax returns, statements and quotations, orders, market reports, contracts, deeds, titles, mortgages, liens, fi fa's, insurance policies, wills and estate papers. Genealogical materials document Harrold and ... Read More
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of the papers of J.J. Phillips, 1900-2001, including correspondence, writings, printed material, photographs, and audiovisual material. The writings include typescripts and proofs of MOJO HAND, THE PASSION OF JOAN PAUL II: A PASQUINADE, and drafts of Phillips' published and unpublished poetry and other writings. The collection also includes photographs and genealogical information for the Phillips family, in addition to the family of Florence Russell Phillips, J.J. Phillips' mother. Printed material consists of programs and other material from the Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute