Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Assorted material relating to the temperance movement in Central New York. Includes petitions from various groups to the New York state legislature, poem, more.
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Papers of the Utica attorney, U.S. Senator. Outgoing correspondence primarily of a political nature, which reflects Conkling's interest in Republican Party politics at the State and national levels. Includes letters to Thomas Alvord, Henry J. Cookinham, James M. Dalzell, and Edward Ingersoll.
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Democratic-Republican party handbill, signed by supporters of Governor Morgan Lewis of New York (Lewisites, or "Quids") against the faction led by DeWitt Clinton.
Archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, Episcopal Diocesan Center
Papers by and about the founder of the Episcopal Church in the Middle West span his career and deal with most of the concerns of the Church in this period as well as some of the events of his episcopate. They begin with his declining a call to St. Paul's Parish, Baltimore, 1813, and correspondence while rector of churches in Philadelphia, 1811-1831, chiefly with Bishop James Kemp, concerning such subjects as affairs of the General Theological Seminary, Bishop William White's papers, Kemper's ministry to Blacks in Philadelphia, his recommendation of the Reverend William Levington, first Negro Episcopal clergyman to come to Maryland, and other clergy matters. Four letters of 1832, written while rector of St. Paul's Church, Norwalk, Conn., include mention of family affairs and his possible election as Bishop of the proposed Diocese of the Southwest. In 1835 he is consecrated Bishop of Missouri and Indiana. Most of the papers date from Kemper's years as bishop and many are addressed to ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Materials relating to New York State politics and constitutional convention (1967), state-city relations, International League for Human Rights, International Rescue Committee, and New York City Board of Corrections. Includes speeches, correspondence, notes, schedules for Robert Kennedy's trips abroad, and 1968 presidential campaign materials
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Correspondence, sermons, ecclesiastical council decisions, church records, vital records, and other papers, relating to family affairs and Hovey's congregations. Includes letters from his sons, Dominicus (b. 1740), Ivory III (b. 1748), and Samuel (b. 1750), written from Massachusetts and New York during the Revolution, describing the evacuation of New York (1783), Siege of Boston (1775-1776), reading of the Declaration of Independence to troops in New York, and the American retreat from Ticonderoga; letter (1781) from his daughter, Olive (Hovey) Pope (b. 1746), of Wells, Me., detailing wilderness life; notations of marriages and baptisms performed by Hovey in Plymouth; and records and registers of First Congregational churches in Mattapoisett and New Bedford, Mass., Second Congregational Church in Plymouth, and United Church of Christ, Little Compton, R.I. Other persons represented include Othnaiel Campbell, Israel Cheever, Hovey's father, Ivory Hovey (1682-1759), Jonathan Moore, and ... Read More
Cambridge Historical Society
The Nichols family papers document the lives of the Nichols family from the 1830s through the 1890s. The papers consists of journals, professional correspondence of George Nichols, personal correspondence of the Nichols family, family ephemera, and photographs -- Journals (Series I) is comprised of the typescript of "Journey to Saratoga," six journals, one typescript each of John White Treadwell Nichols's Journal (Mar. 1867- July 1867), and Susan Farley Nichols's Journal IV. "Journey to Saratoga" was written by Susan Farley Nichols while she accompanied her parents on a trip to Saratoga in 1839. The journal describes visits to the Worcester House for the Insane and the Insane Hospital of Vermont. Susan Farley Nichols also describes the various towns visited throughout the journey, including Wocester, Brattleborough, Windsor, Royalton, Hanover, Montpelier, Burlington, Ticonderoga, Caldwell, Saratoga, Troy, Albany, and New York. The journals of Susan Farley Nichols contain reminiscences ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly correspondence with other entomologists, especially those at the U.S. National Museum to which Sherman supplied specimens
Rutgers University Libraries
Diary (1861, 1865, 1867-1873, 1875-1936) recording Hart's early life on a farm near Ivyland, Pa.; attendance at Rutgers College (later Rutgers University) and New Brunswick Theological Seminary; pastorates at Locust Valley, N.Y. (1872-1875) and Neshanic, N.J. (1875-1922); and, after his retirement, his life in New Brunswick, Montclair, and Upper Montclair, N.J. Persons represented include William Elliot Griffis (1843-1928)
Rutgers University Libraries
Papers (1919-1966) including correspondence, materials concerning the Marshall Plan, aid to Asia, Hungarian and Cuban refugee relief, United States Information Agency, Long Island Railroad, Gosheen Committee, and Voorhees's activities in World War II and as undersecretary of the Army in the administration of President Harry S. Truman; papers (1950-1968) largely relating to his position as vice chairman of Committee on the Present Danger, including office files, memoranda, addresses, and letters, and documentary history of the committee by Voorhees; miscellaneous papers (1953-1970), including letters received, mostly relating to Gen. William J. Donovan (1883-1959); papers, clippings, and pamphlets (1965-1968) relating to Citizens Committee for Higher Education in New Jersey; personal files (1956-1965) relating to business of Board of Trustees and Board of Governors of Rutgers University; and other papers. Correspondents include Lucius D. Clay, James B. Conant, Thomas E. Dewey, Dwight ... Read More

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