Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Architectural study of Slate Roof House, Philadelphia, Pa., temporary residence of William Penn (1700-1701), including historical references, architectural study and plans of the structure, maps, and photos
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence and other papers relating to historic residences and buildings in the Princeton and Lawrenceville, N.J., areas including the Bouwerie, Castle Howard, Casa Corti, Dorothea's House, Hornor House, Mapleton, Maybury Hill, Old Stone House, Red Hill Farm, Thomas Clarke House, Woodruff-Washington Arms, and Worth-Bruere Homestead. Correspondents include Rolf William Bauhan, W. Harrison Bayles, A. Guyot Cameron, Louis F. Corti, Henry E. Hale, Harriet H. Mayor, Laura Withington Monteith, Elinor K. Purves, Helen Hamilton Shields Stockton, Lillian B. Van Dyck, Frederick Newton Willson, and Alfred A. Woodhull
Maine Historical Society
Business accounts (1791-1799) kept by Means -- Includes newspaper clippings (1897-1912) pasted in relating to Means's house in Stroudwater, possibly added by Leonard Bond Chapman
Maine Historical Society
Pencil sketches of old houses and buildings in Portland, Me., with descriptive notes, compiled by Goold
Old Fort Western
Correspondence, business records, minutes of meetings, and published materials -- Includes letters, receipts, quitclaim deeds, bonds, wallpaper fragments, currency notes, and printed material, relating to the fort or adjacent properties. Also includes maps; photographs on the restoration of the fort; materials on original residents of the fort, the family of Captain James Howard and other members of his militia troop stationed at the garrison as well as 18th century merchants and civic leaders of Augusta, Me.; Augusta periodicals; and photocopies of documents copied in 1813 from an older set of Hallowell, Me., township meeting records
Filson Club
Genealogical correspondence and wills, deeds, deed extracts, marriage bonds, indentures, and other genealogical research material, relating to Stewart's various family lines, including Caldwell, Carson, Dinwiddie (Dunwoody), Hardwick, Helm, Hines, Hollingsworth, McClanahan, McTyeire (McTire), Porter, Rogers (Rodgers), Ruddle (Ruddell), Stewart, Thomasson (Thomason), Walker, and Webb families; together with corespondence of Rev. John Brown (1728-1803), Brown family, and prominent Virginians and early Kentuckians, and correspondence and printed material concerning Liberty Hall, Frankfort, Ky., home of the Senator John Brown family and the campaign in the 1930s and 1940s to preserve the house and designate it an historic landmark
Historical Society of Princeton
Typewritten paper read at a meeting of the Historical Society of Princeton, 21 Nov. 1938, relating to the history of Clermont, a historic property in Princeton, N.J., whose name changed to Avalon (1899) and its owners
Historical Society of Princeton
Correspondence relating to early houses in Lawrenceville, N.J.
Historical Society of Princeton
Drafts of paper on the history of the town of Princeton, in the form of a house tour, written for presentation to the Princeton Chapter of New Jersey Society of the Colonial Dames of America; and history of George Washington's headquarters, Rockingham, at Rocky Hill, N.J., presented to the Essex Lyceum, Newark, N.J., including plans for renovation and restoration by the Washington Headquarters Association of Rocky Hill
American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark
Will, military and citizenship papers, wedding certificates, blueprints, baptismal certificates, legal documents, photographs, tools, and other materials, relating to Maria and Pietro Botto and other family members, Italian American silk workers, involved in the 1913 strike in the Paterson, N.J., silk mills, who when denied free speech and assembly in Paterson offered their home in Haledon, N.J., for use as a haven for some of the 24,000 strikers for a period of over five months. Includes photographs illustrating working people in the late 19th-early 20th century, items pertaining to family life, and information concerning the American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark which was created in 1982 because of its role in fighting for an 8 hour day, the abolishment of child labor, and better working conditions

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