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Diaries relating to Ulmer's missionary service in China
Rutgers University Libraries
Daybooks and other accounts of grocers in Metuchen, Middlebush, New Brunswick, Newark, Paterson, and Somerville, N.J. Includes farm accounts (1825-1840) of John S. Budd, of Chatham, N.J., and school copybook (1861) of Anna Reger Gaston. Other persons represented include Henry Barrett Crosby, F. Edgar, John Wortman Gaston, Henry Hauschild, Anna Miller (Dale) Morrison, A.P. Reynolds, and Stephen G. Voorhees
Rutgers University Libraries
Minutes of Township Committee (1716-1928); accounts (1814-1912); and registers of births, marriages, and deaths (1848-1878)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, organizational and historical materials (1913-1970); minutes (1890-1971); financial records (1913-1968); legal documents (1910-1966); court papers, hearing transcripts, reports, resolutions, speeches, writings, subject files, and other records, relating to the council and affiliated organizations including Labor Temple Corporation; Pierce County Central Labor Council, Politician Education Pierce County Committee; Tacoma Central Labor Council, and its Labor Day and Mother Robinson committees; United Labor Advisory Committee; Washington State Committee on Apprentice Training; Washington State Apprenticeship Council; Women's Union Card and Label League, Tacoma, Wash.; and the newspaper Tacoma Labor Advocate. Major correspondents include Homer Truett Bone and Warren Grant Magnuson. Includes taped interview with council officers Harry S. McIlvaigh and Clyde H. Hupp
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Letters received (1839-1850); indenture papers and accounts (1850); account of travels (after 1830) through Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Illinois, by an unknown author; and Budd's diary (1851-1852), recording social and other activities but primarily a record of farming as a business
Rutgers University Libraries
Accounts, ledgers, and daybooks of blacksmiths, chiefly in New Jersey. Includes wheelwrights accounts and other notations. Persons represented include George Bowman, Samuel A. Carrell, William Crater, Simon A. Cummins, James Ewing, P.J. Farley & Sons, Howell family, Jonathan Ayers Noble, Nathan Page, Nelson Read, John Stout, and Daniel Woodard. Places represented include Caldwell, Locktown, Metuchen, New Brunswick, Readington, Rocky Hill, South Branch, Trenton, Vienna, and Hunterdon and Morris counties, N.J., and Little River, Me
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Copy of the transcript of proceedings of the commission's treaty negotiations with the BruleĢ, Sioux, Arikara, Mandan, and Gros Ventre (Atsina) Indians
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Materials relating to the ghost town of Fulford, in Eagle County, Colo., including cashbook; accounts of grocery store (name unknown) with record of purchases by patrons; and stagecoach driver's record (1885) listing passengers transported between Eagle and Grand Junction, Colo
Nantucket Historical Association
Log/journal, keeper unknown, relating to a voyage to the Pacific Ocean -- Includes names of officers and crew
Nantucket Historical Association
Log/journal, kept by William Hayden Russell, relating to a whaling voyage from Plymouth to Cape Horn, Chile, and Peru