Contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, and studies relating to issues before the City Council during Manning's tenure. The records reflect his particular interest in transportation, public safety, parks and recreation, youth services, and professional sports. Topics represented include the information superhighway, the Burke Gilman Trail in Washington, street ends, parks for dogs in Seattle, SAFECO Field in Seattle, Bradner Park, Sand Point Naval Air Station, open space land, etc
Reminiscences entitled "Bingo and His Pioneer Family", relating to Chittenden's childhood, his widowed mother, the family dog, pioneer life in Spokane County, Wash., and the extreme winter of 1887-1888
Whiton (Family : approximately 1647-1909 : Mass.).
Hingham Public Library
This collection is composed of materials dating between 1737 and 1883 related to the Whiton family of Hingham, Mass. The majority of the records detail the lives of Isaiah Whiton (1789-1871), Lyman B. Whiton (1834-1909), and Peter L. Whiton (1816-1897). These items, which document both the personal and professional lives of the three men, include: day books, customer account books, receipts, dog licenses, and ship enrollments/licenses. There are also records created and/or owned by various other members of the Whiton family. These materials include property deeds, indentures, maps, customer account books, sermons, poems, and letters. Aside from the customer account book owned by Royal Whiton, these materials focus mostly on the personal lives of the Whiton family, including their deaths, marriages, and land owned or sold
Includes receipts, deeds, cradle roll, correspondence, accounts, wills, plans of land, postcards, and wallets. Other families represented include Smith and Hawk. Other corporate bodies represented include the Saccarrappa Lodge No. 11 of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (Westbrook, Me.), the Knights of Pythias, Wescustogo No. 33 (Yarmouth, Me.). Other subjects and authors represented include Nathan Goold, dogs in Maine, taxation in Westbrook, Me., automobiles in Maine, church history in Westbrook, Me., and the Western Maine Sanatorium. Other places represented include Windham, Me