Hanover College - Agnes Brown Duggan Library
Items collected by Robbins family related to their church memberships in Indianapolis and New York, 1880-1922. Includes a booklet on weekly religious themes (1880) and a listing of pew rentals (1895) for the Second Presbyterian Church in New York; booklet "Being a Church Member", ca. 1902; undated photograph of a brick wall with name written on them; and a photograph of the Sunday school class from Sutherland Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis, IN ca. 1922
New Jersey Historical Society
The record book contains daily entries of furniture orders, credit accounts for craftsmen, and invoices of shipments from John Hewitt's cabinetmaking business in Belleville, New Jersey and New York City. Large portions of these transactions are undated, however the volume dates from 1800-1814
New Jersey Historical Society
The papers consist of nine items, mostly letters written by Aaron Burr (1756-1836), dating from 1755-1833. Burr's correspondence largely deals with business matters, particularly lawsuits he is involved in, his finances, and a railroad venture. It includes a letter written by Aaron Burr (1716-1757) referring to money for the College of New Jersey, a letter written by Joseph Shippen describing the college president's sudden marriage, and letters by Harman Blennerhassett, Burr's co-conspirator; George Hay, the man who prosecuted Burr for treason; and Matthew Livingston Davis, Burr's biographer. The papers also contain a cipher written or used by Aaron Burr (1756-1836) to encode messages during his western travels, and notes written by David A. Hayes on a portrait of Aaron Burr (1716-1757)
New Jersey Historical Society
This collection consists of correspondence; voters assembly notes; newspaper articles; government reports and acts; and indentures and deeds, with dates from 1686-1850
New Jersey Historical Society
This collection is composed of a hand-written genealogy and a bound volume that serves as docket and personal journal containing newspaper clippings, receipts and letters. The bound volume began as a legal docket kept by John W. Taylor from 1809 to 1811, while he served as a justice of the Saratoga County, New York, Court of Common Pleas. It records court cases, receipts of payment, receipts of land grants, marriages, and his duties and transactions as executor of John Richards's estate. A letter regarding a land grant, written by William A. Crawford, (1772-1834) Secretary of War, is also tipped into the ledger. Names represented in the docket and journal include: Clothier, Cook, Curtis, Richards and Seeley
New Jersey Historical Society
These papers consist of the correspondence of Thomas Gibbons, William Gibbons, and William Heyward Gibbons and date from 1811-1856, with bulk dates of 1811-1817, 1831-1839, and 1850-1856. The letters mostly pertain to business or estate matters, covering such topics as rice and cotton crops; steam boats; shipping concerns; horse breeding, trading, and racing; real estate, property deals and transfers. The letters also include such family issues as inheritance and the settling of the estate of William Gibbons. Correspondents include Josiah Whitney, P.B. Wilcox, F.S. Lathrop, James Anderson, Elias Reed, Ezra Stacy, John Lamar, and Sarah Gibbons McAllister
New Jersey Historical Society
The collection documents the affairs and genealogy of this extended family, and provides information on the history of upstate New York, including field notes (by Seth Pease and Mr. Stoddard) surveying land west of the Genesee River (1772-1843)
Connecticut State Library
The series contains correspondence, agreements, records of Council meetings, petitions, acts, committee reports, copies of deeds, and maps, all relating to the boundaries between Connecticut and the three adjoining states--Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island. The arrangement is topical
Connecticut State Library
The series contains correspondence, agreements, records of Council meetings, petitions, acts, committee reports, copies of deeds, and maps, all relating to the boundaries between Connecticut and the three adjoining states--Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island. The arrangement is topical
SUNY Oswego - Penfield Library
The collection contains correspondence and papers relating to the Skinner family between 1815 and 1876. Included are letters reflective of the events and activities of pioneer life in Central New York

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