Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, accounts, bills, receipts, and other papers of Providence, R.I., merchant shipowners and agents -- The papers relate to the ships Mary Ann, Panther, Providence, and Trumbull, and the brigs Agenoria, Diamond, and Smyrna, which carried cotton, flour, coffee, rice, rum, and wine, and traded in the ports of Amsterdam, Netherlands, Cadiz, Spain, Java, Malava, Batavia (now Jakarta, Indonesia), Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia), Canton, China, Lime, Peru, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Turks and Caicos Islands, West Indies, New York City, New Orleans, La., and Mobile, Ala. Names represented include William C. Boardman, Lloyd Bowers, Cyrus Butler, Edward Carrington, Josiah Chafee, Benjamin Fish, George H. Hoppin, Thomas C. Hoppin, William J. Hoppin, Nathaniel Lightbourne, William J. McCutcheon, John L. Perry, and Wetmore, Hoppin & Co
Holocaust Center of Northern California
Identity card, issued in Amsterdam, Holland, probably during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
Deeds conveying property in Washington, D.C., to citizens of Amsterdam. Persons represented include Sylvanus Bourne, James Greenleaf, George Walker, Jan Willink, and Wilhelm Willink
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Nicolas Freeling Papers consist of manuscript drafts, correspondence, journals, clippings, contracts, and royalty statements belonging to the British mystery novelist Nicolas Freeling
Peabody Essex Museum
Collection includes three pieces of correspondence, receipts, and sundry bills of exchange. One letter, dated 1843, written by Daniel Fisher of Edgartown, Massachusetts to Johnathan Chapman of Boston, Massachusetts, discusses impact of individuals in the whaling industry in the upcoming election; Fisher indicates the willingness to adopt any course of action considered expedient by the Whig State Central Committee. A second letter, dated 1849, is written by Edwin Herrick to an unnamed individual while Herrick is in Rio de Janeiro waiting for his ship to be repaired. The third letter, dated 1824, pertains to the sale of indigo. An extensive bill of exchange provides accounts of I.L. Steinbach; this document lists names of ships and types of cargo transported, along with an extensive lising of individuals involved in the transaction. Three receipts and/or scratch papers for invoice calculations are included in this collection
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Hans Oppenheimer letter is a letter written by Hans Oppenheimer (1901-1945), a German Jewish bank official who was detained in Westerbork transit camp and later perished in Bergen-Belsen. The collection is comprised of a single letter written by Hans from Westerbork in 1943 to Dr. K. Prager, a non-Jewish friend and business associate in Amsterdam. In the letter, Hans discusses his wife and children and a little about life in the camp
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Toni Heller collection contains documents relating to Harry and Toni Heller, who both were imprisoned in Westerbork transit camp from 1940-1945. Items include travel and work passes from Westerbork, certificates of good conduct, and a newsletter from the refugee camp. Other items include an interview with Commander Gemmecke of Westerbork, a testimony on life in the camp, and a brief biography and testimony written by Toni Heller. The collection also contains photographs of the Hellers and postcards
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Henry Blumenstein family papers consist of wartime and postwar correspondence among members of the Blumenstein family, with other relatives and friends, and with the Dijkstra family; photographs of the Blumenstein and Dijkstra families in Austria, the Netherlands, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic; and subject files including Franz Blumenstein's date book, Henry Blumenstein's identification papers, and emigration and immigration papers
Massachusetts Historical Society
Papers of industrialist and insurance executive Edward Atkinson of Brookline, Mass. include letters received from William Heath regarding business affairs, 1859-63; a handwritten copy of a speech discussing state and town government, 1882; typewritten memoirs; and a diary kept while travelling in Europe, 5 July- 18 Sept. 1881, describing his sea voyage from New York and places visited such as England, Amsterdam, and Italy. Collection also includes a typescript list (with annotations) of guests at the wedding of relative Mary Forbes Atkinson, 1923
New-York Historical Society
Diary kept by Goelet during his various travels (1746-1758). Includes journeys New York to London and return, 1746-1747 and 1750-1752; New York to St. Thomas, Sept. 1754-Jan. 1755; from there to Amsterdam, 1757; and from there to St. Eustatius and on to New London, Connecticut, 1758. Entries record his sojourns in London and Amsterdam, local customs, social events, public works, points of interest, sailing through a hurricane, his long stay in Boston while his ship was repaired, and privateers met on route to the West Indies. Illustrated by Goelet with watercolor drawings of ships and maps


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