Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection includes a savings card from the postal service
Massachusetts Historical Society
Correspondence, minutes, by-laws, incorporation papers, and donor list relating to the organization and acquisitions of the Dorchester (Mass.) Antiquarian and Historical Society. Collection includes items from the Society's holdings: the will of Richard Mather and an account of Mather's and John Cotton's roles in the Westminster Assembly; an account of the settlement of Plymouth, Mass.; notebooks of sermons collected by David Clapp, 1703-58; letters from John Adams concerning his policies toward France and her increasing belligerence; letters from Robert Morris discussing land speculation; correspondence from Gov. Francis Lovelace to Gov. John Winthrop concerning the establishment of mail service between New York and Connecticut; a biography of Gov. William Stoughton; a document annexing Thompson's Island to Boston; and a receipt book from a Boston almshouse
University of Virginia
The collection contains a diary of Davenport, 1857-1861, which records his travels in Africa, America, West Indies, France, Madeira, Tenerife, and Central America, and which he illustrated with newspaper clippings, engravings, and two maps
Lancaster County Historical Society - Archives
Contained in this collection are records and forms used in the post office of Pleasant Grove, Fulton Twp., Pennsylvania during the tenures of Postmasters William P. Haines, D.S. Herr and S.S. Herr
Grolier Club
Primary corresondence topics include: book and manuscript collecting, genealogy, the postal service and the baronet's museum at Middle Hill. Miscellaneous material includes two autograph letters from the blind poet Ann Webster and a copy of her "Ode to Genius." Also: 25 other bills and letters concerning repairs at Middle Hill, printing and bills for books and personal and household expenses. Some letters include penny postage stamps. Correspondents include: John Gray Bell, Sir Francis Freeling, J.A. Gilmour, Sir John Gray, Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Thomas H. Lewis, Jean Francois Royez, Andre ́Salmon, Richard Sims, Walter Sneyd, Robert Triphook, Ann Webster, and F.E. Witt. Also: the Caslon Letter Foundry and T.A. Lamy fils
Senator John Heinz History Center
Papers include tax book, scrapbook, photographs, a certificate and land surveys. The tax book, c1836-1837, records city and city and poor taxes paid by residents of the second through fourth wards of Pittsburgh. These papers provide scattered information on this Swissvale family and Pittsburgh
Senator John Heinz History Center
Papers include personal and business correspondence, court documents, household and business ledgers and miscellaneous receipts, articles of agreement, rent slips, and other sundry items, documenting McNair's personal life and finances, as well as business and real estate transactions in Wilkinsburg, Pittsburgh and northern Pennsylvania
Senator John Heinz History Center
Papers include correspondence, genealogical notes for the Scull, Irwin and associated families, tax records, legal records and other sundry items primarily documenting John Irwin Scull's research on his family history and Edward Scull's public career as tax collector, assessor, congressman and prothonotary for Somerset County and southern Pennsylvania
University of Kentucky
The Kaufman papers consist of scrapbooks and printed material relating to the career of Moses Kaufman -- Clippings, which comprise most of the collection, deal primarily with the Lexington city council and its activities in the last quarter of the 19th century, articles on Jewish history and customs, Hebrew lore and biographical information on Kaufman. Obituaries and articles on Kaufman are included as well as many articles that he wrote for the newspaper notably his "Reminiscences" and "The Soul" which were reprinted as booklets
University of Kentucky
These papers deal primarily with Price's activities as United States Minister to Panama, legal counsel to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and as local historian of Danville, Kentucky -- Correspondence comprises most of the collection and shows Price's contact with leading figures of the day including Alben Barkley, William Jennings Bryan, James F. Byrnes, George W. Goethals, Warren G. Harding, Charles Evans Hughes, Robert Lansing, Maksim Litvinov, James C. McReynolds, and Harry S. Truman. Newsclippings cover Price's work in Panama, attendance at social events and his marriage to Beatrice Detweiler in August 1931. The collection also includes photographs (removed to Photo Archives) and letters discussing Danville's claim of initiating the first post office in pioneer Kentucky


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