New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Research Library
Correspondence reflecting the bank's activities in New Bedford and Fairhaven, Mass., with notes due from whaling investments -- Includes a letter from Gibbs & Jenney, Fairhaven whaling agents, who owed a note to the bank in 1860 and informing Allen Danforth, president of the Plymouth Savings Bank, that they couldn't make the payment and that they also owed money to Joseph Tripp, of Fairhaven, who borrowed monies from banks at Plymouth and Fairhaven to financially assist the agents. Another letter (1862) addressed to Danforth is from Ezekial Sawin, president of the Fairhaven Bank (now National Bank of Fairhaven), regarding Joseph Tripp and his standing in the community and explains Tripp's involvement with Gibbs & Jenney's debts and his desire to wait for the settlement of the agents' accounts before collecting money from Tripp
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, diaries, wills, guardianship and estate records, financial papers, deeds to real estate in Sandwich, Falmouth, Plymouth, and Martha's Vineyard, Mass., powers of attorney, genealogical and biographical materials, photographs, and other papers of Benjamin Bourne (1744-1827), physician, his wife, Hannah (Bodfish) Bourne, son, Benjamin, Jr. (1784-1863), also a physician, daughters Hannah (Bourne) Ellis and Elizabeth (Bourne) Gurney, and the related families of Ellis, Gurney, Holmes, Howard, Nye, Skiff, and Swift, chiefly of Sandwich, Mass. Includes Sandwich town records such as records (ca. 1798-1861) of the Overseers of the Poor, returns of school agents (ca. 1809-1854), and highway tax returns (1818-1824), reflecting the activities of selectmen, Melatiah and Thomas Bourne; and papers (1861-1948) of Nathan Bourne Hartford (1861-1948), president of Bourne Historical Society, and his wife, Emma C. Hartford, chiefly relating to daily activities and local events
Mystic Seaport Museum,-- G.W Blunt White Library
Correspondence, memoranda, production and employment summaries, photographs, and other business records -- Includes reports on early company activity compiled during the 1930s and 1940s
Massachusetts Historical Society
Papers of Col. John Gray of Kingston, Mass., 1773-1818, include his field survey books for the vicinity of Plymouth and Kingston, Mass., family estate papers, a manuscript map survey of John Gray's land in Kingston, and deed for land owned by John Gray, Jr. Field survey books include the names of residents and land surveyed, survey drawings and maps, and references to landmarks in Plymouth and Kingston
Massachusetts Historical Society
Notebooks of Andrew Croswell, a 1798 graduate of Harvard College. The first is a "mathematical manuscript" containing problems in geometry, trigonometry, and surveying; and principles of navigation and related mathematical fields. Some of the problems have ink and watercolor illustrations. The second is a physician's notebook, containing notes on the treatment of certain diseases and injuries, and the use of certain medicines. Also contains ink and watercolor sketches of Fayette (1798), Farmington (1800), and Mercer (1805), villages in Maine. Croswell studied medicine in Plymouth, Mass., practicing there and in Fayette and Mercer, Maine
Massachusetts Historical Society
Diary of John Cotton, Jr., kept from 6 March 1666 - Nov. 1667 and 12 Oct. 1670 - 23 July 1678, together with a Massachuset Indian language vocabulary. The first part of the diary (1666-67) was kept during Cotton's tenure as missionary to the Indians on Martha's Vineyard, during which he learned the Indians' language and kept a journal of their vocabulary. Entries describe sermons delivered, names of converted Indians, interpretations of the scripture, and the concerns and questions raised by the Indians about the nature of Christianity
Massachusetts Historical Society
A 19th-century manuscript copy of an early history of the Church of Christ (First Parish) at Plymouth, Mass., written by Nathaniel Morton in 1680. Also included is a "Dialogue - or the sum of a conference between some young men born in New England & sundry ancient men that came out of Holland & Old England. Anno Dom. 1648," referring to members of the church who came from England and Amsterdam and those born in Plymouth, New England
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
The Meadville (Pa.) and Scandia (Kan.) photograph album contains cabinet cards, cartes-de-visite, and other photographs of men, women, and children taken in Meadville, Pennsylvania, and Scandia, Kansas, in the late 19th century. Pictures of the National Monument to the Forefathers and a grave marker are included, as is a remembrance card for a Nancy Anderson
Harvard Divinity School - Manuscripts and Archives
Unitarian minister. A.B. Harvard, 1892; B.D. Harvard Divinity School, 1895. Minister in Baltimore, Md. (1902-1916); Lowell, Mass. (1916-1920); Plymouth, Mass., (1921-1939). Served for many years as literary and book editor of The Christian Register
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Includes Cotton's autograph manuscript sermons, prayers, expense and income book, and comments on classmates from Harvard Class of 1793. Includes printed pamphlets from his library, collected news clippings, a cabinet photograph of the William Crow House in Plymouth, Massachusetts, and wills relating to his extended family (Thomas Jackson (b 1729) and Lydia Jackson (1768-1849), both of Plymouth)

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