John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Library
Assembled file includes clippings, photographs, reproductions from books and auction catalogs, postcards, press releases, slides, resumes, reviews, exhibition ephemera
Washington State University - Holland Library
Diaries, correspondence, and miscellaneous documents of Nathan Bucklin (b. 1839), manager of lumber mills at Seabeck and Port Madison, Wash.; and of his son Robert Eben Bucklin (1878-1942), soldier in the Washington Volunteers, 1898-1900, local official and State Representative of Kitsap County, Wash., and his grandson Robert Willis Bucklin (b. 1902), journalist and public relations specialist from Spokane and Vancouver, Wash.
Washington State University - Holland Library
Diaries, correspondence, and miscellaneous documents of Nathan Bucklin (b. 1839), manager of lumber mills at Seabeck and Port Madison, Wash.; and of his son Robert Eben Bucklin (1878-1942), soldier in the Washington Volunteers, 1898-1900, local official and State Representative of Kitsap County, Wash., and his gandson Robert Willis Bucklin (b. 1902), journalist and public relations specialist from Spokane and Vancouver, Wash
Minnesota Historical Society
Biographical data and details of the pioneer experiences of Abby Bucklin's grandparents, Elkanah and Sarah Davis, who settled in Garden City, Minnesota in 1857 and later in Red Jacket, near Mankato, Minnesota. Includes information on the Dakota conflict and Bucklin's early life
Brown University Library
Contains copies of letters, elegiac and religious poetry transcribed in Providence, R.I.
University of Massachusetts
Includes lists of patients, prescriptions, inoculated children, and a record of deaths. Frequent patients included members of the Bowker, Bullard, McFarland and Phipps families, as well as the prominent Claflin and Rockwood families
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
This September 29, 1864 letter was written by James E. Bucklin to his father. In it, he wrote about the draft, friends, and his mother, Mary Ann
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence and diaries ("Memorandum Books"), chiefly 1814-1856. Includes letterbooks (1813-1857, 1842-1859, 1855-1859) containing copies of incoming and outgoing letters, both official and personal, newspaper clippings, and sketches documenting Sawyer's experiences in the War of 1812; and diaries (1842-1858) recording Sawyer's observations on the Mexican War, political events in the U.S., revolutions in Europe, earthquakes in the West Indies, John Charles FreĢmont's court-martial, and other contemporary events. Includes some papers relating to other family members: notes of naval records and photos of George Augustus Sawyer (d. 1904), paymaster in the U.S. Navy; obituary of architect Philip Sawyer (d. 1949); and genealogical material
Massachusetts Historical Society
Photograph album containing snapshots taken by Jane Wells Bucklin from 1897-1903. The photos depict the Bucklin's life, family and friends in Ogunquit, Me., at the White Mountains in New Hampshire, and Providence, R.I., as well as her travels to Boston, Washington, D.C., Quebec, and other places in Massachusetts. All of the photos are identified by inscriptions in Bucklin's hand. The album itself is dedicated on the front page: "To Margaret + Dorothy/ J.W.B.".
University of Washington
Pioneer, Bainbridge Island, Wash.