Maine Historical Society
Scrapbook, kept by Stackpole, containing clippings of his newspaper contributions with articles on religion and education; together with reports of the New York Coffee Exchange
Massachusetts Historical Society
Business and family papers of the Boylston family of Boston and Princeton, Mass. and Bath, Bristol, and London, Eng. Letters, letterbooks, diaries, ledgers, and journals of merchants John (1709-1795), Thomas (1721-1798), Nicholas (1716-1771), and Ward N. Boylston (1749-1827). Subjects include coffee, rum, potash, sugar and whale oil trade, land speculation, the coming of the American Revolution, Mass. loyalists, construction of the family home in Princeton, and European description and travel. Correspondents include John Q. Adams, Asher Benjamin, Eliphalet Fitch, George Folger, Benjamin Hallowell, William Cooper, Harrison Gray, Daniel Leonard, Daniel Lisle, Moses Gill, Charles Bulfinch, Charles Paxton, William Smith, Benjamin Petty, Samuel and William Vaughan, Samuel Sewall, and Jacob Wendell
Massachusetts Historical Society
Personal papers of the inter-related Hubbard and Greene families of Boston, and Essequibo, Guyana. Contains correspondence between Gardiner Greene (a Boston merchant) and his brother-in-law John Hubbard, 1787-1831, his father-in-law Daniel Hubbard, 1789-1793, his mother-in-law Mary Hubbard, 1791-1807, and his friend, Harrison Gray Otis, 1791; from Jane P. Hubbard (the second wife of John Hubbard), to her cousin, Sarah Black, 1816-1821; from Anna Maria Parkinson, the mother of Jane Hubbard, to her own mother Jane Rice, her sister Mary Black, and her cousin, Sally Black, 1794-1802; and correspondence received by Adelaide McCulloh, later Hubbard, 1845. Correspondence recounts business transactions between the family plantation in Guyana and Boston regarding ownership and trading of slaves, crops such as coffee and sugar, and contains inquiries about family members. Also includes family documents such as wills, a deed for land sold by Nathaniel Greene (1784), and an appraisal of property ... Read More
Filson Historical Society
Collection contains the accumulated papers of Arthur Yager during his service as Governor of Puerto Rico (1913-1921). Correspondence in the collection pertains to Yager's activities as governor, specifically his appointments, proposed legislation, and handling of labor and economic issues on the island. Correspondence discusses in detail Yager's efforts towards the eventual passage of the Jones Act of 1917, which granted U.S. citizenship to Puerto Ricans and reorganized the island's government and relationship to the United States. Other topics discussed in the collection include: labor strikes, economic conditions, the coffee and sugar industries, prohibition, the 1918 earthquake, Puerto Rican elections and political parties, the court system, disease, tourism, World War I, administration of the draft, migrant labor, foreign relations, education, general social conditions of the island, and Kentucky politics. Correspondents of note include presidents Woodrow Wilson, Calvin Coolidge, ... Read More
University of California, Berkeley
Female models posing among product displays of various "Schilling's Best" merchandise (coffee, tea, baking powder), manufactured by the San Francisco firm A. Schilling and Company
Utah State Archives and Records Service
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of research files for Mark Pendergrast's books For God, Country and Coca-Cola: The Definitive History of the Great American Soft Drink and the Company that Makes It; Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and How it Transformed our World; and Inside the Outbreaks: The Elite Medical Detectives of the Epidemic Intelligence Service. Files for each book contain correspondence, printed material, and interview transcripts and recordings. There are also drafts, galleys, and other documents relating to the publication process for each work
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
The Helen Buchanan papers contain incoming correspondence, financial records, ephemera, and photographs related to the life of Helen Buchanan (later Jones) in the early 20th century. Much of the correspondence is from her friend Juliana Conover, who discussed women's issues and her life in Princeton, New Jersey, during World War I, and from Buchanan's suitor and eventual husband, Walter McKnown Jones, who wrote about medical treatments he experienced and life on his coffee plantation in Puerto Rico
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
New York Public Library
Views in central Venezuela: woman in her kitchen on the Louis Bigott Hacienda; man and woman sitting against adobe wall; coffee roasting and grinding mill in Valencia, showing men sewing up bags of coffee; smiling girl sitting at classroom desk, and view of classroom full of girls, Concordia; woman waiting on bench near cinder block wall to see doctor at hospital in Cabimus; two children laughing, Ojeda


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