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Manuscript Groups (MGs) are collections of materials which have a common theme or origin. They may be the records of a family, an individual, an organization, or a local business. Below is a list of collection titles. Each title links to a finding aid (the contents list) for the manuscript group. The titles are shown in alphabetical order, by surname when appropriate. Patrons may obtain copies while researching onsite or by request.

Buchanan: James Buchanan Family Papers, Part 3 Papers of James Buchanan Henry, Series 3 Ephemera

This finding aid is under construction and has not yet been proofread.

Call Number: JBFP, Part 3, Series 3

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Repository:    LancasterHistory.org

Description:  

Creators: Henry, James Buchanan.

James Buchanan Foundation for the Preservation of Wheatland (Lancaster, Pa.)

System of Arrangement: Part 2, Papers of Harriet Lane Johnston, is arranged into six series.

Series 1 Correspondence

Series 2 Financial and Legal Documents

Series 3 Ephemera

Subseries 1: Invitations, Broadsides, Cartes de Visite

Conditions for Access: Patrons must make an appointment with the Director of Archival Services at least two weeks prior to their visit. Digital images and/or transcriptions may be available upon request, for use onsite. Original documents may only be used under the direct supervision of the Archives staff.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language: English

Source of Acquisition: These documents were collected by the James Buchanan Foundation for the Preservation of Wheatland.

Custodial History: This collection was relocated from the Wheatland mansion to Lancaster County’s Historical Society archives in the Spring of 2009.

 

Series 3 Ephemera

Subseries 1 : Invitations, Broadsides, Cartes de Visite, etc.

Folder 1 1855

Complimentary ticket from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts to J. B. Henry during the exhibition 1855, H. Gratz, Treasurer; No. 157. 6 x 9 cm.

Folder 2 [1857-1859]

Calling card of Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Executive Mansion. 4 x 8 cm.

Folder 3 [1857-1859]

Calling card of Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Executive Mansion. 4 x 8 cm

Folder 4 [1857-1859]

Calling Card of Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Executive Mansion. 4 x 8 cm

Folder 5 [c. 1858]

Calling card of Miss Mary H. Nicholson. 5 x 9 cm.

Folder 6 [c.10 August 1859]

Newspaper clipping announcing the marriage of James Buchanan Henry and Mary Nicholson over the objection of his uncle, the former President who reported did not attend the ceremony. 8 x 6 cm.

Folder 7 Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute [Brooklyn, N.Y.] 1888

Report of James B. Henry, whose grades ranged from 92 to 73. 24 cm badly water damaged with large segments missing. 24 x 19 cm.

Folder 8 U. S. Naval academy, Annapolis, MD 31 May 1894

Relative standing and marks of Naval Cadet J. B. Henry, Jr., whose grades ranged from 2.57 (tolerable) to 3.14 (good) 21 cm moderate water damage. 21 by 13 cm.

Folder 9 Princeton University, Office of the Secretary [1902]

Printed invitation to purchase a copy of Academic Honors in Princeton University, 1748-1902 limited to 500 copies and ready in November, 1902; contains invitation, sample sheet, and envelope. 1 sheet folded 22 cm (invitation), 1 sheet folded 24 cm (sample), and envelope with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md. 10 x 16 cm.

Folder 10 November 1902 [ date from invitation]

Invitation from Mr. and Mrs. J. Worthington Watterman announcing the marriage of their daughter Jean Ray to Lieutenant Oscar Dibble Duncan, United States Navy on 19 November 1902 at the Central Presbyterian Church, New York; enclosed card stating that the parties will he home after the eighth of December at Annapolis, Maryland. 1 sheet folded 17 cm. (invitation), card 8 x 14 cm (at home), and envelope with no postmarks or stamps addressed to Mr. Henry 9 x 15 cm.

Folder 11   November 1904 [date from invitation]

Invitation from Mrs. Henry Benbow Elliman to Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Henry announcing the marriage of her daughter, Margaret Grote, to Mr. James Buchanan Henry on Wednesday, 2 November 1904 in New York. 1 folded sheet 19 cm, envelope 10 x 15 cm without postmarks or stamps addressed to Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Henry.

Folder 12 April 1906 [date from invitation]

Invitation from the Secretary of the Navy inviting [JBH?] to the ceremonies in commemoration of John Paul Jones a the armory of the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. on Tuesday 24 November 1906 at 2:00 p.m. One ticket admitting the bearer and one lady. 1 folded sheet with embossed anchor 17 cm (invitation) and one card 8 x 12 cm (admission)

Folder 13 September 1907 [date from invitation and other sources]

Invitation from Medical Director and Mrs. Remus Charles Persons to [JBH?] announcing the marriage of their daughter Julia Barnett to Sidney Morgan Henry, Assistant Naval Constructor, United States Navy on Wednesday 11 September at 5:00 p.m. at St. Peter’s Chapel, Mare Island, California. 1 folded sheet 17 cm middle edge water damaged with no loss of text.

Folder 14 October 1907

Invitation from Mrs. H. H. Brogden to Mr. & Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry announcing the marriage of Mary Randolph and Mr. Alexander Randall Cheston on Wednesday, 16 Oct 1907 at “Goodwood” Prince George’s County, Maryland; enclosed card stating that the family will be at home after the 16th of December 121 Upsal Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 1 folded sheet 16 cm, card 7 x 12 cm; envelope with no postmarks or stamps addressed to Mr. & Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry 8 x 14 cm; all moderately water damaged with no loss of text.

Folder 15 No date.

Calling card of Mr. & Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry 6 x10 cm.

Folder 16 No date.

Calling card of Mr. & Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry 6 x10 cm.

Folder 17 No date.

Calling card of Mr. & Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry 6 x10 cm.

Folder 18 No date.

Calling card of Mr. & Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry 6 x10 cm. [card missing]

Folder 19 No date.

Calling card of Mr. & Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry 6 x10 cm.

Folder 20 1858 [in another hand]

Note from JBH to Dear Sir: Will you have the goodness to had the enclosed to Mr. Carpenter to oblige. [no enclosure] 1 folded sheet 16 cm.

Folder 21 no date

Business card of John Book, Jr., 430 North Street, Lancaster, PA advertising his whitewashing and housing cleaning business as well waiting of weddings, parties, etc. 11 cm.

Folder 22 no date

Card stating reception immediately following the ceremony. Card 8 x 15 cm envelope with no postmarks or stamps addressed to Mr. and Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry. Water damage to left bottom corner of both with loss of corner of envelope.

Folder 23 187_

Dinner menu of the Watch Hill House, Watch Hill, R. I. Hale & Wallace proprietors; menu includes soup, fish, boiled, roast, cold, entrees, vegetables, pastry, dessert, and wine list sold mainly by the pint and quart. Some items written in very faded pencil and are unreadable. 16 x 12 cm. Stained and in 2 pieces.

Folder 24 no date

Calling card of Mr. John Bassett Moore with “To J. Buchanan Henry, Esq” written in pencil. 4 x 8 cm.

 
Buchanan: James Buchanan Family Papers, Part 3 Papers of James Buchanan Henry, Series 2 Financial and Legal Documents

This finding aid is under construction and has not yet been proofread.

Call Number: JBFP, Part 3, Series 2

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Repository:    LancasterHistory.org

Description:  

Creators: Henry, James Buchanan.

James Buchanan Foundation for the Preservation of Wheatland (Lancaster, Pa.)

System of Arrangement: Part 2, Papers of Harriet Lane Johnston, is arranged into six series.

Series 1 Correspondence

Series 2 Financial and Legal Documents

Subseries 1: Bills, Receipts, Ledgers, Accounts

Subseries 2: Deeds and Land Records (no documents)

Subseries 3: Legal Papers

Subseries 4: Estate Papers (no documents)

Series 3 Ephemera

Conditions for Access: Patrons must make an appointment with the Director of Archival Services at least two weeks prior to their visit. Digital images and/or transcriptions may be available upon request, for use onsite. Original documents may only be used under the direct supervision of the Archives staff.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language: English

Source of Acquisition: These documents were collected by the James Buchanan Foundation for the Preservation of Wheatland.

Custodial History: This collection was relocated from the Wheatland mansion to Lancaster County’s Historical Society archives in the Spring of 2009.


Series 2

Subseries 1: Bills, Receipts, Ledgers, Accounts

Folder 1 12 December 1890

Bill from the office of F. P. Freeman & Co, New York, signed by H. D. Anderson                             to James Buchanan Henry 4000 [?] [?] for $144.00 [?] [Judg?].

Folder 2 46 Arrietta Street, Tompkinsvillle, Staten Island, July 1890 – 2 March 1891

Group of 7 bills from Joseph Schell for miscellaneous footwear for members of the family, one letter from H. R. Irving enclosing one of the bills and a receipt Dr. J. J. van Rensselaer. [All are moderate to severely water damaged.]

Folder 3 Annapolis, Maryland, 1892-1903

Group of two invoices for wood from John B. Flood, 12 Main Street 1892; one bill for office supplies from Geo. W. Jones, 60 Main Street; 2 invoices of Robert E. Henry from St. John’s College, one telegram dated 19 August 1898 Lake George Telegraph and Telephone Company from Army and Navy Journal to M. J. Henry; one report card of Robert E Henry from St. John’s College, Annapolis, 30 March 1895, and one receipt for Buchanan from The American Bible Society, 24 Mary 1903. [Most are moderate to severely water damaged with loss of text]

Folder 4 Annapolis, Maryland, Dec. 1899

Copy of terms of sale of cadet at $2,500 with terms of sale.

Folder 5 South Bethlehem, PA 16 January 1905

Bill from Lehigh University for second term 1904-1905 for F. A. Henry in the amount of $50. 14 x 20 cm. Return pre-addressed envelope included 9 x 16 cm.

 

Series 2

Subseries 3: Legal Documents

Folder 1 [Lancaster, PA] 5 April 1794

Notice to James Cranford from William McClausand to appear in the office of James Hopkins for the purpose of giving a deposition as a witness for the plaintiff

Folder 2 Philadelphia, PA 2 November 1859

Marriage license of James Buchanan Henry and Mary Hagner Nicholson on 9 August 1859 in the Protestant Episcopal Church I the U.S.A.; witnessed by Edward Y. Buchanan, Rector of Trinity Church, Oxford, Philadelphia. Red floral border with red and blue type. 28 cm.

Folder 3 Brooklyn, King’s County, New York 16 May 1889

Indenture transferring property along Carroll Street from John and Mary Magilligan to James Buchanan Henry for the sum of $25,500; recorded on 21 May 1889. 1 sheet folded 42 x 28 cm.

 
Buchanan: James Buchanan Family Papers, Part 3 Papers of James Buchanan Henry, Series 1 Correspondence

This finding aid is still under construction and has not yet been proofread.

Call Number: JBFP, Part 3, Series 1

boxes folders cubic ft.

Repository: LancasterHistory.org

Description:

Creators: Henry, James Buchanan.
James Buchanan Foundation for the Preservation of Wheatland
(Lancaster, Pa.)

System of Arrangement: Part 3, Papers of Henry, James Buchanan, is arranged into three series.
Series 1 Correspondence
Subseries 1: Letters from James Buchanan Henry
Subseries 2: Letters to James Buchanan Henry
Series 2 Financial and Legal Documents
Series 3 Ephemera

Conditions for Access: Patrons must make an appointment with the Director of Archival Services at least two weeks prior to their visit. Digital images and/or transcriptions may be available upon request, for use onsite. Original documents may only be used under the direct supervision of the Archives staff.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language: English

Source of Acquisition: These documents were collected by the James Buchanan Foundation for the Preservation of Wheatland.

Custodial History: This collection was relocated from the Wheatland mansion to Lancaster County's Historical Society archives in the Spring of 2009.

 

Series 1
Subseries 1

Folder 1 Washington 12 February 1858
Letter to H. B. Swarr enclosing copies of the President's Kansas message to be distributed to prominent Democrats, with more to follow, wishing that Col. Stambaugh know that JBH sent them, and emphasizing the importance of the material as the county convention is upon them. 1 sheet folded. 16 cm.

Folder 2 Washington 18 May 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson detailing his experience on the Russian super ship named for Grand Duke Constantine and hoping their last walk together was not too tiring for her. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope (7 x 12 cm.) with stamp and postmark of Jersey City addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, c/o Major Hagner USA, Frankford Arsenal, Bridesburg, Philadelphia.

Folder 3 Washington 20 June 1858
Note to H. M. Swarr asking on behalf of the President if he knows "anything of the parties mentioned in the enclosed communication from the Navy Department." [communication not with note] 1 sheet folded. 16 cm.

Folder 4 Washington 25 June 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson commenting on the heat wave; hoping that she is not too tired after reading his lengthy letter; his boredom at having to chaperone his cousin, Miss S, even after trying to expound of the merits of General Ward as a love interest; and wonders why he has lost interest in everyone else but her; commenting on the praise Scharff heaped upon her; and hoping to persuade her mother to allow her to write more often. 1 sheet folded. 21 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with postmark and stamp removed and intact red wax seal addressed to Miss M. H. Nicholson, Care of Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 5 Washington 26 June 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson worrying that she is not fully truthful with him concerning her health, according to Leila; enclosing a telegram from Fam. Pleasants expressing his enthusiasm about the performance of a new boat, La Sovrana, which he hopes will be in Annapolis soon, an event with which Scharff agrees; and misses her so much he can hardly contain himself. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with postmark, stamp, and intact gold-speckled red wax seal addressed to Miss Mary Nicholson, Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 6 Washington 7 July 1858
Note to Mary Hagner Nicholson reporting that the President has reviewed the gentlemanly- and gallant-looking 600-700 strong 7th New York Regiment, arriving by steamer to accompany the remains of former President James Monroe to Richmond and that they will leave on an excursion on Tuesday morning early. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope 7 x 10 cm. with postmark, stamp, and floral emboss addressed to Miss M H Nicholson Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 7 Washington, Soldiers Home, 11 July 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson apologizing for not writing on schedule but while they are in the country the regular schedule will not work since the President leaves the While House on Friday for the weekend; he is arranging a party for a sail on the Harriet Lane that he will have no time to write; he hopes the trip will include Annapolis so that he might bring is best friend Mr. Scharff, who has keep him from becoming too wild, to meet her and implores her to like him; General Ward is joining the group in hopes that Miss Saunders will also be there, but she will not be; mentions her cousin Margie, the Ingrahams, and her aunt; chatted with Miss Emily. 3 sheets, 1 folded. 18 cm. Envelope 8 x 15 cm. addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 8 Washington, 21 July 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing gratitude for a five-day interlude in his less than happy position as personal secretary to the President and is "disconsolate" after Mr. Scharff's leaving on the Harriet Lane; provides intimate details of a conversations with Mr. Scharff about their opening a law office together in New York after his upcoming marriage and that all four will be happy together living in adjoining houses in a pleasant little town near Manhattan; renders an account of his entire life including the death of his parents, his college experiences, his passing the bar in Philadelphia and setting up a thriving office there before being called by the President to be his personal secretary, a post he hopes to vacate as soon as possible to return to law practice; and his relative freedom while JB and HL go to Bedford for a retreat, leaving him free to visit Mary on the weekends. 3 sheets folded. 18 cm. Envelope (8 x 15 cm) with most of the postmark removed with the stamps and addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.; also a blank invitation card (8 x 11 cm.) of the President's.

Folder 9 Washington, 22 July 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing regret that her latest letter was temporarily lost in the mail but it arrived safely; looking forward to September 1859; and his enjoying a joke at Mr. Scharff's expense. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope (7 x 13 cm.) with postmark removed along with stamp addressed to Miss Mary HN. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 10 Washington, Tuesday [3 August, 1858]
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson informing her that he arrived from his visit with her in good time, but that he hasn't felt well since returning; recalls his pleasant walk with her; announcing that the President will return to Washington at the end of the week; talked with Captain Ingraham about his daughters will return today in the company of Major Hagner; relating that Mr. Schraff's fiancée is ill; and the expected cable from Queen Victoria proclaiming the opening of the transatlantic cable has not yet arrived. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope (7 x 13 cm.) with postmark partially obscured addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 11 Washington, 18 August 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson saying he is back at work as usual; apparently Miss Cass will marry Mr. Van Limburg; Mr. Scharff's fiancée is reluctant to set a date for their marriage; he will be going "to exercise & recruit" in the Lake George area to be able to face the "winter's labor & dissipation" but will visit her on his way north but if he cannot stop on his way, he will miss seeing the Ingraham sisters. 1 sheet folded. 18 cm. Envelope (6 x 10 cm.) with postmark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 12 Caldwell, Lake George, 25 August 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson relating his lengthy trip from Annapolis to Baltimore (where he would have visited her dear Margie if he had had a letter of introduction, to Philadelphia, to Newark (where Mr. Scharff joined him and had a pleasant chat and a bite to eat in New York ) to New York (where he met Barton Key, and Mr. Banks), by boat up the river to Albany and disembarking at Saratoga Moreau to finish the trip by carriage; recalls the many people that have come and gone since he started visiting Lake George and wishes she could be there with him; instead of going to Bolton via public transportation, Mr. Davids will take him on his yacht. 2 sheets folded. 18 cm. Envelope (18 x 14 cm) with stamp removed and engraving of the Lake House, Caldwell, Lake George, NY, on back addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care of Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 13 Bolton, Lake George, 28 August 1858
Letter No. 2 to Mary Hagner Nicholson looking forward to receiving her letters; recounting his taking the steamer instead of the yacht because of the weather; meeting old college and other friends; taking an excursion to Lake Saranac and Lake Champlain; feeling much stronger physically in the fresh air; blaming the laziness of the postmaster at Caldwell for not putting her letter to him on the steamer; signing the letter the less formal JBH. 2 sheets folded. 18 cm. Envelope (8 x 14 cm.) from Bolton, N.Y. Aug. 28th with stamp addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 14 Bolton, Lake George, [1September 1858]
Letter No. 3 to Mary Hagner Nicholson happy to have received her last letter and praising her sweetness and beauty while modestly acknowledging his faults; lamenting the fact that he never had a sister (she died at age 2) brought on by the visit of the Ingrahams; the atmosphere of Lake George must be felt in person, and implores her to use the pronoun "our" instead of "your" when referring to the place; that his steamboat would be right at home here; and lamenting that none of his own family has written.
1sheet, folded. 18 cm. Envelope (8 x 14 cm.) from Bolton, N.Y. Sept 1 with stamp addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 15 Bolton, Lake George, 1 September 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson commenting on the "fairy" setting around him; after taking a nap he and his friend jumped into the water to simulate falling from a capsized boat and later that day his sail boat capsized, giving him a second dunking with a resulting cold and sore throat; comments on the artists' colony and the Thieriot family of New Jersey; Mr. Brewster and Dr. Porter are getting along very well; compares unfavorably the British celebration to the success of the transatlantic cable to the one held in New York; pleads for more letters from her. 1 sheet folded. 18 cm. . Envelope (8 x 14 cm.) from Bolton, N.Y. Sept 1 with stamp addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland. In another hand: Oct lst, My treasure.

Folder 16 Bolton, Lake George, 6 September 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson describing the difficulty in traveling from Bolton to Caldwell to retrieve her letter from the post office, and the resulting horrific time with a sail boat and a row boat; describes in flowery detail the sunset; plans to start home in about a week; warns her of the dangers of horseback riding but "does not object"; did not see Mr. Schraff's fiancée because she went to Chicago; promises not to commit an unnamed faux pas again; asks to be remembered to her mother and Miss Margie. 2 sheets folded. 20 cm. Envelope (7 x 13 cm.) from Bolton, N.Y. Sept 6 with stamp removed addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 17 Bolton, Lake George, 8 September 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson commenting that he likes the wind blowing from the south because it first blew over Annapolis; hopes he will see her in a little over a week; Mr. Schraff's fiancée's being in Chicago because of poor health has postponed their wedding; feels revitalized and tanned on face and hands; misses Mr. Brewster since his return to New Jersey; launches a lengthy discussion on how important religion will be in their married life and how much he dislikes the life in Washington; asks to be remembered to her mother and family. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope (7 x 13 cm.) from Bolton, N.Y. Sept 6 with stamp addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 18 Bolton, Lake George, 10 September 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson regretting that he must limit his correspondence because of a shortage of paper in Bolton; recalls her wearing a lily of the Nile in her hair and calls her "My own sweet lily of the Severn"; vows to walk to Caldwell to get her next letter if it is not on the steamboat; wishes for a less formal signature. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope (7 x 13 cm.) from Bolton, N.Y. Sept 10 with stamp addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 19 Bolton, Lake George, 12 September 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson wondering why her last letter had a sad ring to it; does not want to return to the "hateful climate of Washington"; is happy that her sister Emily is coming to Lake George as part of her wedding trip but is sad he will not be there show her its beauty; the family Thieriot is prepared to love her when they meet her; gives his travel itinerary, stopping in New York to see Mr. Scharff and attend to business, stopping to see EYB, whose family nursed him back to health when he was sick, and finally arriving in Annapolis for the weekend; tried to paint her a picture of Lake George, but has not painted recently. 2 sheets folded. 20 cm. Envelope (7 x 13 cm.) from Bolton, N.Y. Sept 10 with stamp partially removed addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 20 Washington, 27 September 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing surprise and delight at receiving her "extra" letter which he received a day late because the President and his party were still in the country and he is happy that her mother guards her well; reports that talking to her mother was gratifying especially since Mary's grandmother was feeling better; the president of the Austrian ministry would like to present an autographed letter to the President in person; met her Uncle Peter and her wife this morning; has not seen Dan or the girls but will soon; will move back to the city very soon; his friend Schraff appears to have shaken the blues over a love affair; hopes she will be well enough to visit him soon. 1 sheet folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp and postmark addressed to Miss M. H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 21 Washington, 19 October 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson hoping she is well and recalling with joy their last walk along the bay as the "broad streak" of the moon appeared; the motor for his yacht Savana will arrive and Ben will install it so that he and Mary can go sailing; Bob Magraw is coming for the weekend; is looking forward to seeing her again; Miss Lane is christening the "new sloop of war" Lancaster at the request of Commander Stewart; Baron Sacker and the aide-de-camp to Grand Duke Constantine, Baron Bori, will be visiting Annapolis soon; and offers to send her a bouquet if she decides to go to a ball.
1 sheet folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp removed and postmark addressed to Miss M. H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 22 Washington, 22 October 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson trying to get over a "large dinner"; looking forward to next week when he hopes to bring his yacht to Annapolis for a sail to Baltimore and back if he gets the weekend off and the weather is fine; the President granted a short reprieve to Barret, who should have been hanged today; wonders of Miss Emily's sore throat is better; hopes she will be able to accompany Miss Ella to Washington so that he and she can see each other every night and would be her first visit to the capital since their engagement; Mr. Magraw came from Baltimore to have dinner with him and hopes Magraw and a "sparkling young widow" will soon make a match; has received an invitation to General Henderson's daughter's wedding, the groom, Mr. du Poul, is a good friend of his. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. no envelope.

Folder 23 Washington, 25 October 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing his great joy that in four days she will be in Washington; spent some time with Captain Ingraham and Miss Leila, who told him of the impending visit of Mary and her mother that, alas, will end all to soon; the town is dull even with the coming of the opera, in which he has little interest; hopes the ball she is attending is delightful; and will send her some lilies of the valley by express. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp removed and postmark addressed to Miss M. H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 24 Washington, 15 November 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing deep concern that his boat has been damaged or lost and feels guilt that three lives might be lost because they worked for him; first snow of the season is falling; accompanied Miss Emily Ingraham home from Dr. Ryner's church; and her father is ill after returning from his northern tour. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp and postmark addressed to Miss M. H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 25 Washington, 10 November 1858
Note on back of JBH's calling card to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing regrets that he cannot see her today but will definitely see her tomorrow. 1 card 5 x 8 cm. Envelope 7 x 12 cm. with stamp and postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis Md.

Folder 26 Washington, 30 November 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expecting to hear in her next letter than her mother and the rest of the family are well; will send her a book of sermons he found enlightening; encloses a "funny" telegram from Mr. Scharff expressing concern that their boat and JBH were lost in a storm, based on a newspaper article; played a game of chess with Mr. Appleton and was beaten but hopes she will learn the game so that they can have "lovers'" game with long times between moves; and has seen nothing of her grandmother's family since his last letter. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp removed and postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 27 Washington, [2 October] 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson saying he has been too busy to write or to see her mother; Miss Emily has returned to Annapolis; had hoped that the President would no return to the city so soon, but since the weather has cooled, perhaps she can visit; pities her mother with her dental problems; mentions the comet appearing over the bay; Miss Macalester has gone; Miss Ida Seimres (?) is marrying a "strong Catholic"; the Van Lemburgs have taken a house on 7th Street; will see her mother soon and hopes to resume more frequent writing. 1 sheet folded. 218 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp and postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 28 Washington, 6 December 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson relating the current business of getting the President's message and Cabinet reports to Congress; delighted that he will visit her in a week; will go to a party at the Ingrahams and Mr. Magraw is staying with him; hopes to attend another concert; Mr. Scharff has not written; and JBH has been too busy to visit her father. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp removed and postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 29 Washington, 17 December 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson commenting on the warm weather; the Napiers have been recalled to The Hague; all the young ladies are chasing Lord Lyons, a bachelor; the "gaity' season has begun, with many dinners; Mr. Scharff's brother and his bride (they were engaged three years!) are sightseeing; Mrs. Craig asked about her; asks about her "little hospital patients"' thanks Miss Emily for her postscript to Mary's last letter. 2 sheets folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp removed and postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 30 Washington, 18 December 1858
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson apologizing for feeling so bad because of the long state dinners he must attend and hopes they will end soon; saw Mr.& Mrs. Scharff and took them to the Capitol; writes in such a condition only to let her know that he is thinking of her. 1 sheet folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp removed and postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 31 Washington, [1858]
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson saying he is back to normal and at work again; hopes the season will start soon because it will be his last in Washington; will cherish the fever blister he got while visiting her; JB returned from Wheatland with Bob Magraw, who will remain for a few days; saw the two Macalaster; saw Captain Ingraham for a few minutes; and looks for her next welcome letter. 1 sheet folded 22 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp and postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 32 Washington, n.d. [17 August 1858?]
Note to Mary Hagner Nicholson regretting that he could not meet her at the station but he had to attend a state dinner and will drop by later. 1 sheet folded. 18 cm. Envelope 6 x 10 cm. with no postmark and no stamp addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson at Dr. Hagner, Washington.

Folder 33 [Washington, 6 June 1858-1859]
Note to Mary Hagner Nicholson commenting on the nice morning and saying he has sent a copy of Last of the Mohicans along with a "little floral message"; that he accompanied Miss Bright to church; and that he will see her later that day. 1 sheet folded. 16 cm. Envelope 5 x 9 cm. with seal addressed to Miss Nicholson. June 6 written in pencil on face of envelope.

Folder 34 [Washington, 1858-1859]
Note to Mary Hagner Nicholson stating that he has to go with the President and the Cabinet to the Capitol for signing of a number of bills and he has to announce them as fast as they are signed; therefore he will not be able to go with her unless the bills move faster than he thinks; and that her father is better. 1 sheet folded. 18 cm. Envelope 8 x 14 cm. with no postmark and no stamp addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson at Dr. Hagner, Washington.

Folder 35 Washington, n. d.
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson saying delayed going to Captain Ingraham's to await her letter, but it did not come; the delay in the mails resulting an missed an event at Miss McKim's; he is happy that she is surrounded by friends; offering advice in getting over a "little affair" which will disappear if they love each other; Mr. Scharff was married at noon and JBH is very happy for his dear friend; will go to the farewell reception of the Napiers and later to a ball given by Mrs. Brown; sends regards to Miss Margie and apologizes for not receiving her invitation on time; and Dr. Dau brought Miss to Baltimore. 2 sheets folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 12 cm. with no stamp and no postmark addressed to Miss Nicholson, Care of John S McKim, Esq., Baltimore.

Folder 36 Washington, 19th Wednesday [1858]
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson reporting that her father says her health is very much improved; at a very pleasant party at Com. Wilkes he noticed that her Uncle Dan flirting with the Misses Scott, and wonders if she or Miss Kennedy, Miss McKim, or Miss [Lieta?] will be her aunt; saw a friend from the Lake George days and wishes to go back; has not written or heard from Mr. Scharff, who will be married on Thursday and should be by on Saturday; will miss the wedding he might have to go to Philadelphia and New York to be admitted to the Supreme Court; asks for Miss McKim's address. 2 sheets folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm with stamp removed, postmark, and seal addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 37 No place, no date
Note to Mary Hagner Nicholson saying that he is mailing a letter to her mother by first mail and asks her to remind her mother that a year will "intervene, a long to me."
Card 5 x 8 cm. Envelope with no stamp and to postmark addressed to Miss Nicholson.

Folder 38 No place, no date
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson complaining that after many weeks of fine weather, it is raining hard on the day of his and Mr. Scharff's excursion on his yacht; will leave for a sail on the Savana and hopes to stop in Annapolis at least by Saturday evening; hope to take her and her family on a "little trip"; Mr. Scharff sends his best. 1 sheet folded 20 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm with stamp removed and postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholsonl, care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 39 142 Broadway NY Wednesday
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson understanding why she will not write letters on Sunday; will accompany HL from New York to Philadelphia and return to same day to be at work; could not see her Uncle Peter; was part of an agreeable party arranged by HL on the U. S. Revenue cutter H. Lane to West Point; Miss Mason, on the trip, says she is not engaged to Mr. Wright; an old friend Lieut. Saxton to accompany him back to New York; hopes she is having a great visit with Misses Mary and Margie; Mr. Stoeckl brought "the Malachites" jewelry to him; and asks her to visit West Point with him, if she is well enough; business is slow just now. 1 sheet folded 20 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 with stamp removed and New-York postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 40 Washington, January 11, 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson acknowledging her mother's letter and hopes Mary is better now; saw her father in the Senate and enjoyed the ride from Annapolis but avoided the cold station; went skating on the canal and asks if she has ever learned; had to attend an unpleasant reception; has not seen the Ingrahams or Dr. Dan, nor as he written Mr. Scharff; sends regards to her mother and Miss Em. 1 sheet folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 with stamp & postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 41 Washington, 13 January 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson recounting the President's disapproval of JBH's engagement to Mary because JBH did not consult him first; JBH has come to terms with it, but apparently Mary has heard rumors; JBH is confident that JB has forgotten since they are on good terms once more. 2 sheets folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 with stamp & postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 42 Washington, Friday, 14 January 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing happiness that he did not get a letter from her because she must be better; took Miss Lane and Mrs. Craig to Mrs. Thomson's party and Florence Bayard inquired about her; did not attend a party at Secretary Thompkins because the ladies did not attend; will go by Dr. Dan's to find out about her health; he has heard nothing from the Ingrahams; and implores her to take care of herself. 1 sheet folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 with stamp & postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 43 Washington, 15 January 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson saying he will not answer her letter for a few days while he ponders her decision even though he disagrees with her; glad she is better; and sends a bouquet via her father. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 with stamp & postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 44 Washington, 21 January 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson worrying because he had not received a letter; neither have liked his letters lately; is provoked now because he is unable to visit her on the weekend because he must escort Mrs. Craig to a party planned by County Sartige; rants because he is not his own master; Miss Nina [Nord's or Woods] married Mr. Boyce at 7:00 a.m. and are going to Havana; Miss Mary Bright's engagement to Mr. Lawrenceson Riggs, a widower & brother of George Riggs of Riggs & Co., is a good one; heard Piccolomini sing, liked her personality but had an ordinary voice; and is looking forward to meeting her friends. 2 sheets, folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 with stamp & postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care of John L. McKim, Esq. Baltimore.

Folder 45 Washington, 25 January 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson begging for longer letters to sustain him; hopes to visit Baltimore with Mr. Scharff, his wedding looming near; Miss Bright will be married in a small ceremony with 150 guests; teasing her by asking if she is flirting with Mr. Randolph and he will send Mr. Magraw to spy upon her; did not go to Com. Wilkes "tea fight"; mentions Miss Emily, the Ingrahams, and the parties of Mrs. Grims and Lady Napires; will get her a ticket to the Great Ball if she wishes; solicits her mother's news in the next letter. 2 sheets folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 with stamp & postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Care of John L. McKim, Esq. Baltimore.

Folder 46a Washington, 28 January 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson acknowledging receiving her letter and happy that she enjoyed her party; felt stupid at Lady Napier's party because he had a bad cold; and hoping the weather is nice when they are in Baltimore tomorrow. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 with stamp & postmark addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md. Accompanied by a card 5 x 8 cm. saying he will write this evening so that she will receive it tomorrow.

Folder 46b Washington, 3 January 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson apologizing for not having written on the 1st but h e was busy preparing and attending the Diplomatic and Public reception with all the military men in uniform; Napoleon looked especially sharp; at midnight the "great unwashed" were allowed in; after 2 a.m. Mrs. Craig and he visited about 12 people and he drank too much; Captain Ingraham was at Sartige's party even though he can't stand mourning, but the girls looked good in black; Miss Emily will visit the girl's soon and MHN's mother will visit Washington soon; Dr. Dan had not been in Annapolis lately, leading JBH to surmise that all was well in the Nicholson family; has agreed to be Mr. Scharff's groomsman and implores him to save his money; thinks her cousin Phil Vorhees is very accommodating and won't "trespass " on his goodness often; wishes to know what she did on New Year's Day and thanks her for "returning" Mr. Scharff to him.
2 sheets folded. 20 cm.

Folder 47 Washington, 4 February 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson looking for her next letter; hopes she enjoyed her last party; Picolomini is singing, but he is not going to hear her; visited her sister Emily but she was out; the Ingrahams told him to Mary and Miss Margie were coming to town for a few days; list all the parties he hates to attend including Miss Saunders' b all; General Cass's dinner; the Douglas's ball; Mrs. Riggs' & Mrs. Merricks' ball; and a reception at the President's; still has a cold; infers she is the reason for his appreciating life more; Dr. Dan is flitting about on the social circuit; hopes Dr. Dan will find a "sweet little aunt" at Belvidere; the Scharffs are enjoying married life; Bob Magraw returned to Baltimore; the Cobbs and others on the Rev. Cutter's expeditions dropped in on the Scharffs; and JBH will take to Scharffs to a reception and a large State dinner. 2 sheets folded, 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 12 cm. with postmark and removed stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, care John S. McKim, Esq, Baltimore.

Folder 48 Washington, 5 February 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson apologizing for the short note; his cold is still with him; visited her sister Emily and she might go to the Douglas's party; will be at a large dinner tonight and hope to talk to the Scharffs since his office and his wife keep him busy; hopes to open an office in Newark and will stay with the Scharffs in New York; eagerly awaits her Philadelphia letter; the Scharffs attending the Douglas and the Senator Seward parties; and says he tries to not be too envious at their happiness. 1 sheet folded. 18 cm. Envelope 8 x 15 cm. with postmark and removed stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, care John S. McKim, Esq, Baltimore

Folder 49 Washington, 16 March 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson hoping that in the absence of some demand by the President, he will see her tomorrow. 1 sheet folded 14 cm. Envelope 7x12 cm. addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson.

Folder 50 Philadelphia, Friday [25 March 1859]
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson saying he is preparing to leave Philadelphia and wonders what his life would be like had he never left the city, but the two years in Washington has given him standing in the world; hobnobbing with his friend Sam Pleasant (with him he is staying), Judge Cadwalader, and his Uncle Edward; her mother is much better since leaving Annapolis. 1 sheet 20 cm. Envelope with postmark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis, M aryland.

Folder 51 Lancaster, 31 March 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson detailing his travels from Philadelphia, to Harrisburg, and then to Lancaster and possibly New York unless detained by orders of the President; feels closer to her since he knows that the waters of the Susquehanna flowing by him now will soon enter the Chesapeake Bay and then flow by her in Annapolis; jokes about writing long letters; found her mother in good spirits after seeing her in Philadelphia; is writing from the home of James B. Lane (HL's brother) in Lancaster where all are kind, but he doesn't like Lancaster and longs to be in New York; has plans to see both her mother and her soon; needs to be in New York on 4 March to be admitted to the bar. 1 sheet folded 20 cm. Envelope with stamp, postmark, and damaged seal addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 52 Lancaster, 1 April 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson complaining that he is still stuck in this "one-horse" town, held there by the President's request that he collect a number of interest due in the city and county because many are reluctant to pay their bills; he may be required to hire a horse and buggy and collection money like a country lawyer; must satisfy "Uncle"; hopes she felt consoled by her father's news and expects to find her mother is good spirits when he visits her in Philadelphia; is sad because one of his best friends lost his job because of the economy. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm.

Folder 53 Philadelphia, 2 April 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson saying he left Lancaster this morning and arrived in Philadelphia in time for breakfast and to transact some business for the President and himself; her mother is improving but was disturbed at the inference that his lack of writing meant he didn't love MHN as much as he ought; will be in New York today; asks if the Napier's are happy that the Curaçao had arrived and that Lord Lyons likes Madeira to much; and asks who is chasing "that german baron." 1 sheet folded. Envelope 7 x 12 cm. with postmark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 54 142 Broadway, N. Y, 1st June 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing sadness at the death of the young Mrs. Murray; thinks being at the deathbed of one of God's holy ones would be purifying and elevating; glad that she and her mother arrived home safely after a pleasant journey to Baltimore; pretends jealousy over Mr. Taylor, but he will like him because she does; is amused at Aunt Louisa's offer for Uncle Alex and her to accompany them on their honeymoon; only one month before their wedding and a year after their engagement; will send his "likeness" as soon as possible. 1 sheet folded. 22 cm. Envelope 8 x 13 cm. with post mark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 54a 142 Broadway, N Y 3 Jun 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson saying that he and Mr. Schell will be dining at Judge Roosevelt's; enjoyed the fancy regatta but regrets the troublesome yacht that was just delivered; vows to give up sailing forever because of it; will send at gold locket he has bought for her and will write tomorrow on the anniversary of their engagement. 1 sheet folded. 20 cm. Envelope 8 x 13 cm. with post mark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H. Nicholson, Annapolis Marylnd.

Folder 55 Jersey City, Sunday 5 June 1859

Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing elation on the first anniversary of their engagement under the blessing of God; and sent a locket with his picture.
2 pages folded. 21 cm. Envelope 8x13 cm. with postmark and removed stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson Care Cool. Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 56 142 Broadway, NY, June 10th 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson trying to quiet her anxiety over the many rumors flying about the date of their wedding; Mrs. Bright could be the culprit, but certainly not HL; comments on Miss Margie's supposed blushing; would welcome Mr. Taylor; and assumes her mother's health is good since Mary made no mention of it in her last letter. 2 pages folded 20 cm. Envelope 7x13 cm. with postmark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 57 142 Broadway, NY., 13 Jun 1959
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson apologizing profusely for his last letter after she reported that HL had told Mrs. Bright the date and Mrs. Bright spread the news; he promises to write Mrs. Bright and straighten everything out; was happy she was not any danger on the Rainbow and recalls her calm reaction when her father fell off JBH's boat.
1 sheet folded 20 cm. Envelope 7x13 cm. with postmark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 58 142 Broadway , NY, 15 June 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson apologizing again for his comments about Mrs. Bright and has apologized to her and hopes she will spread no more rumors; regrets their long separation and hopes to see her soon; asks after the McKims; is thinking of having Lieutenant Saxton as his groomsman and must have Bob Magraw and General Ward at the wedding; Mr. Scharff is much happier after marriage than before and JBH looks forward to the same fate; mentions the Misses McKim, Miss Emily, and Dr. Raines, who has just been granted the ferry lines in Rio, which should result in a tidy fortune for him.
1 sheet folded 20 cm. Envelope 7x13 cm. with postmark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 59 142 Broadway, 17 June 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing happiness that both he and she have improved their health; has asked Uncle Edward to perform the ceremony probably in August since she preferred her uncle Mr. Nelson but wished not to embarrass her regular pastor Mr. Davenport; must write "that letter" to JB to attended the wedding since his brother will be officiating; also wrote HL, who denies telling Mrs. Bright about the wedding plans and promises only to say that the wedding will be sometime in the autumn; will ask Uncle Edward when he passes through New York after taking his son to West Point if he will be available either the first or second week of August.
2 sheets folded 20 cm. Envelope 7x13 cm. with postmark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

1 sheet folded 20 cm. Envelope 7x13 cm. with postmark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 60 142 Broadway, NY Thursday, 23 Jun 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing his elation that the wedding is almost here and he can call her "wife"; is concerned with the wedding details such as his garment and the invitations; hopes that she will vanquish "our enemy," her illness soon; wrote the President a "very dutiful but strong" letter but has not heard his reply; his business is improving; had a very cold July 4th; approves her keeping Miss Emily out of "the plot" and disapproves of a priest acting "in that way." 1 sheet folded 20 cm. Envelope 7x13 cm. with postmark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 62 142 Broadway, 22 July 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson explaining he has been advised to live in Manhattan instead of Staten Island to live among and solicit business from New Yorkers but that will make living there much more expensive and asks her if she can manage a household on $100 a month, excluding rent; the Scharffs get by with considerably less; after a few years his improving income should require less restraint. 1 sheet folded 20 cm. Envelope 7x13 cm. with postmark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 63 142 Broadway, NY 1st August 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson exited that the time is near and much for both to do; he is completing negotiations for their house; he can hardly wait; will arrive in Annapolis on Friday so as to stay out of the way; very sorry that "the girls' find fault with Mr. Magraw, but he is a good friend of JBH and will be at the wedding; hopes they will not slight him; thinks she will like the house; Mr. Cope will be the first groomsman and is pleased that Miss Emily will stand with Mr. Magraw; not too upset by Dr. Gleichen's behavior; asks her to send invitations to Dr. and Mrs. Yates, John Yates, Esq, Charles Yates, and Mr. and Mrs. Dunham, all of Meadville, Crawford County, PA, his cousins. 2 sheets, 1 folded 20 cm. Envelope 7x13 cm. with postmark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 64 Washington Friday [6 August 1858, from back of envelope]
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson trying to make arrangements to visit her; is excited about the success of the laying of the trans-Atlantic cable; will check to see if her Aunt Louisa is visiting Dan. 1 folded sheet 18 cm. Envelope 6 x 10 cm. with postmark, stamp, and wax seal almost intact addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 65 Washington 4 January 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson commenting on the "small card" he sent ahead of this letter; expresses his utter happiness when thinking of her; Congress reconvened with the Senate moving into its new hall; the capital gets water for the first time via aqueduct; has a rare night off; goes to Judge Campbell's party while Harriet, Mrs. Craig, and Miss Magraw go to a concert; waxes romantic about a photograph of her; will be in Mr. Scharff's wedding; comments on her father and mother; and expects a long letter in return and hopes to see her Saturday. 2 sheets folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm with postmark, stamp, and wax seal almost intact addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 66 Washington, 20 January 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson trying to avoid addressing strongly his independence of Uncle and will leave his current position as scheduled; missed her letter and will check at the post office; Ingre Roosevelt is visiting and Mrs. Craig is charming as ever.
2 sheets folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 67 Thursday morning [1859, postmark]
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson imploring her not to request him to write less often and not to do so herself; refers to her as his guardian spirit since he was orphaned at an early age and reared by relatives; talked with Leila as they strolled on the White House Grounds and talked about her; jokingly implores her not to jump into the Severn after hearing of the engagement of Dr. Harrison; his boat the Savana will be launched soon and he looks forward to sailing with her. 4 leaves folded 20 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm with postmark, stamp, and wax seal intact addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Care Col Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 68 Washington Saturday [1859 postmark]
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson relating the contents of a letter from Mr. Scharff and hopes others can join him in Baltimore; has not seen Miss Emily yet. 1 sheet folded. 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. addressed to Miss Nicholson, Care John L. McKim, Esq., Baltimore.

Folder 69a Washington Friday & Jan /59
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson saying he will not write much but will "save up" things to talk about when he sees her tomorrow; attended another horrid dinner, but tonight is quiet; he will not be going to Florida for the wedding of Mr. Scharff since they will come directly to Washington after their wedding; complains the mud in Washington while there is the snow in Annapolis and elsewhere; he and her father will travel together. 1 sheet folded 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 69b Washington 6 January 1859
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson bemoaning his having to attend dull and very late parties, including that of Mrs. Tompson's, where the room was so hot a man fainted; her uncle Dan was flirting with Miss Kennedy; has tickets to a fancy affair; saw her father and Mr. Voorhees; teased Miss Felton about West Point, but Miss Marian Ramsey was belle of the evening; and hopes to see her on Saturday. 1 sheet folded. 18 cm.

Folder 70 Washington Wednesday [1859 postmark]
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing dismay that she is sick from her mother's last letter; she was well enough to add a postscript to the letter; did not enjoy the rather large reception while thinking of her; required to take the "ladies" to a to Governor Floyd's reception and other one tomorrow though he is not happy in "this sort of miserable sort of life I am compelled by his position to lead"; assures her that she will make a speedy recovery as a result of her mothers' nursing. 1 sheet folded 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 with post mark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 71 Washington City, 17th (Monday] [1859]
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson recounting his quick thinking when receiving from the coachman a bouquet meant for her but having to give it to Miss Givins; Dr. Duc will take Miss Grace of Baltimore and perhaps meet Miss Scott; the Ingrahams indicate that Miss Emily will return this week; expects to be admitted to the bar in a week or two in Philadelphia and New York; and appreciates Uncle Alex's treatment of Mr. McSill. 2 sheets folded 18 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 with post mark and stamp addressed to Miss Mary H Nicholson, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 72 142 Broadway, NY January Friday [13 January 1860 postmark]
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson enclosing a check to cover her fare to Philadelphia and expressed to her a mink cape as her Christmas present, obtained at a bargain; it was meant to keep her warm on her upcoming trip. 1 sheet folded 20 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm addressed to Mrs. J. B. Henry, Care Col. Nicholson, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 73 Oxford, Pa. Sunday night [15 Jun (postmark)1861]
Letter to Mary Hagner Nicholson detailing his delay in getting there; got Dody shoes, and tried to visit Cousin Lodi, Fanny Smith, and Fanny Randale; saw Miss Carver and saw her portrait painted by Indigiani; mentions cousins Alice and Anne, Mr. Crawford, and Mrs. Robinette and nieces; goes from Lancaster and Greensburg before returning to Annapolis; and sends best wishes to her parents. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm with stamp and postmark addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan, care Dr. Wm. C Anderson, Stapleton. Both letter and envelope heavily water damaged with parts missing.

Folder 74 Annapolis [1 November after 1872]
Letter to Louisa Anderson commenting on her aunt's letter stating that both mother and child are doing well; sent a letter to a friend enclosing a photograph; the German of Parker was successful and Jessie stayed until late; visited Miss McKenzie and likes her very much; shot a rabbit and partridge; sending her a paper from Orvis in Jacksonville who published part of JBH's letter; and the economy is so poor that he will not fill any orders but hopes next year will be better. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 cm with postmark addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Care Dr. W. C. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York. Both letter and envelope heavily water damaged rendering parts unreadable.

Folder 74a Annapolis Saturday [after 1 November 1872]
Letter to Louisa Anderson discussing his trying to close down the business; had a letter from Mr. Parker; was sorry to hear of Dody's music but happy that he is having a good time; the Murray Chestons visited; spoke to Commander Schley; asked Bridgett to let Elizabeth, Dody's old nurse that he was in New York; weather is warm and dry; and Commander Parker and wife are visiting.

Folder 75 Annapolis Tuesday [after 1872]
Letter to Louisa Anderson looking forward to the birth of their son and hoping the event will draw them closer; mentions Mr. Parker, the Hermans, Mr. Gershing, Mr. Gettings, Captains Breese, Custus, & Greer, and Morgan; sprucing of the old Packing House; mentions that his sight is not too bad. 1 sheet folded 16 cm. Letter heavily water damaged rendering parts unreadable.

Folder 76 Annapolis 2 Jul [after 1877]
Letter to Louisa Anderson describing a stroll around the area of Lake George where he is staying, including widow Wing's brownstone house they had admired, prices in the general store for Aunt Siddy's amusement, details of Lake House, where he is lodged; Dody is with him and taking lessons in French and addition; catalogs a number of guests he knows; misses his wife and children; and comments of the greenness of Gull Island. 2 sheets, one folded 20 cm. Envelope 9 x 14 cm. addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, care Dr. Anderson, Stapleton, Richmond Co. Both heavily damaged by water with parts missing.

Folder 77 Oxford Tuesday 6 [after 1876?]
Letter Louisa Anderson hoping his yacht will be up to speed when he takes her out; Mr. & Mrs. Carroll, Alice, and Harriet will accompany him to the regatta. 1 sheet folded 18 cm. badly water damaged with missing parts. Envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp and postmark addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry care Dr. W C Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York. Badly water damaged.

Folder 78 Philadelphia Tuesday morning [1876?].
Letter to Louisa Anderson saying he enjoyed the ride over the new road; the Cassatts moved to the country, and Cousin Alice was in Oxford; visited an old lady, [Mrs.] Platt, who was changed as much as Miss Hetty; will visit Cousin Alice; is well and misses his family. 1 sheet folded 15 cm. Envelope with postmark and stamp addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, care, Dr. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York. Both envelope and letter badly water damaged with bits missing along edge.

Folder 79 Philadelphia Tuesday [1876]
Letter to Louisa Anderson stating that he misses his family; attended the Centennial Exhibition; sorry that Mr. Cassatt is spending too much money and that his family will suffer; Delia's liver is all right; Alice is a terrible wreck but claims to be well now; likes Alice's & Jessie's husbands; will visit Uncle Edward over the weekend; seems to compare the Centennial Exhibition unfavorably with the shops on Broadway; did not bother to see President's Hayes and Grant; did not see Mrs. Stokes; and sends his best to Aunt Sidney. 1 sheet folded 15 cm. Envelope 8 x 12 cm addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, care Dr. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York. Both letter and envelope moderately water damaged with some bits missing.

Folder 80 Annapolis 8 July 1873
Letter to Louisa Anderson agreeing with her that they should be separated less often but circumstances might decide otherwise; Mr. Parker hasn't written about his business trip but should when he reaches his home in Guelph, Canada; if he feels well he will embark on a two- to three-week vacation to Lake George, visiting Uncle Edward on the way; he will bring some of his goods to Staten Island to be shipped to Australia; asks about Henny Theriot likes matrimony; wonders if Mrs. Muney [?] or Mrs. Mead will be at Lake Geroge; implores her to exert her authority on Dody in a way to gain his everlasting respect; went to a party on a cool piazza and a moonlight row on the bay; mentions Mrs. Southgate and Mrs. Magruder. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. Envelope 7 x 13 postmark with stamp removed cm addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, care Dr. Wm C Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York. Light staining on letter and envelope.

Folder 81 Brooks House, Brattleboro, Vt. Sunday [3 August] 1873
Letter to Louisa Anderson expressing disappointment that her health keeps her from accompanying him on their summer trip, but will continue on his present trip going from Lake George by train to Boston, then by ship to Portland and Mr. Desert; mentions the heat in Brattleboro and dislikes the town; misses her very much. 1 sheet folded on hotel stationary 25 cm. Envelope [yellow] 8 x 14 cm. hotel address with postmark and stamp removed.

Folder 82 Falmouth Hotel, Portland, ME Tuesday [12 August] 1873
Letter to Louisa Anderson giving particulars on his cruise from Boston to Portland; misses the family very much and would enjoy the trip much more if the family were there; will write to Mr. Parker. 1 sheet folded on hotel stationery 20 cm. lightly stained; no envelope.

Folder 83 Annapolis 6th Nov 1873
Letter to Louisa Anderson expressing sorrow that she is so weak after giving birth but he is looking for a nurse; weather cold and snowy; will try to find rooms for a getaway; is very pleased with the election in Maryland since Democrats made a clean sweep; comments on the Panic of 1873 in New York and elsewhere, both Parkers having great losses and he is shipping but a few fresh oysters now. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. Envelope (7 x 12 cm) addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, care Dr. W. C. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York. Both letter and envelope heavily water stained.

Folder 84 Annapolis 11 Nov 1873
Letter to Louisa Anderson saying that he received her two last letters and glad that she and the child are well and flourishing; thinks he might have a touch of malaria and is taking medication; Mrs. Magruder is in bed with no broken bones; admonishes her get strong soon; Mr. & Mrs. Ray (newly weds) have taken possession of their house; will be in NC for a while. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. water stained on top and bottom; envelope (7 x 12 cm) with postmark & stamp removed addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, care Dr. W. C. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York, water-stained on left side.

Folder 85 Oxford 31 May 1874
Letter to Louisa Anderson observing that Mr. M is reluctant to complete a deal on furniture; Mr. Parker writes that the Williams Co cannot pay its dividend & JBH hopes to sell out soon; the yacht will have steam and he will head to New York and Staten Island soon; David is home from school and Alice is ailing but the child is keeping Louisa busy. 1 sheet folded 21 cm.; moderately water stained around all edges; envelope (7 x 12 cm.) with postmark & stamp addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, care Dr. W. C. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York (moderate water damage)

Folder 86 Annapolis Tuesday [25 September 1874]
Letter to Louisa Anderson stating that his packing business in so bad he will sell when he has a chance; Jessie visited the Parkers, where Miss Fanny Donaldson & Miss Parker were guests; E W Parker accompanied JBH to see Mrs. Southgate; is glad that Miss Susie is visiting her; Mr. Parker has not settled on a house in Annapolis; Mrs. Parker is in London; looking forward to seeing her in ten days; likes Mrs. Sidney's coffee. 1 sheet folded 20 cm. Envelope (8 x 15 cm.) with postmark & stamp addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, care Dr. W. C. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York.

Folder 87 Annapolis Saturday [8 Nov 1874, postmark]
Letter to Louisa Anderson expressing sorrow that she is sick and hopes she can produce enough milk for the their son; thinks he will look like her when a little older; upset that he has to leave for Currituck a day before the amateur theatrical in which "Mr. Randall & Mr. McIlvain & possibly Randy Hagner" will take part; Miss Susie wrote a nice letter and will with others spend a few days; frustrated that a nurse for the baby is so hard to find, his preferring an Annapolis woman to a Staten Island woman because the latter might get "house sick"; Miss Daly might be able to help; happy that she has heard from Cousin Annie, Harriet, and Alice; fears the economic conditions will get worse and the poor will suffer greatly; his business partner, Mr. Parker, is very gloomy about the future; ends on a melancholy note. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. Envelope (7 x 13 cm.) with postmark & stamp addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, care Dr. W. C. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York.

Folder 88 Annapolis Thursday [29 October 1874, postmark]
Letter to Louisa Anderson giving his itinerary to Annapolis; wants to hear more from the new baby; her picture pleases every and will sent one to Dody; there were parties for those attached to the Academy and a separate one for the town ladies; Miss Mason married Lieut. Lessing; Johnny Randall and his brother-in-law will accompany him to Currituck. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. badly water damaged; envelope 7 x 13 cm. with postmark and stamp detached (badly water damaged) addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, care Dr. W. C. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York.

Folder 88a Annapolis, Wednesday [4 Nov 1874, postmark]
Letter to Louisa Anderson expressing gratitude for her aunt's letter giving some details of hers and the baby's health; laments that the poor financial climate has stopped sales of anything from his business; lost his stud again; recounts a little of the social events of the season including events held at the Southgates' and Randalls'; Dody is not applying himself very much.

Folder 88b Annapolis Monday [9 November 1874, postmark]
Letter to Louisa Anderson saying that "the party" is delaying their trip to Currituck for a week because of events in Annapolis; visited Mrs. Magruder and describes her accident; might find a Black nurse for the baby; wants to see his family; gives regards to Miss Magruder; and asks about her bank account. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. Center of pages badly water stained; envelope 7 x 13 cm. with postmark and stamp removed (left side badly water damaged) addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, care Dr. W. C. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York.

Folder 89 Hamilton Hotel, Bermuda, 6 February 1875
Letter to Louisa Anderson describing his departure from Staten Island to the Battery of Manhattan to board a ship to Bermuda; describes in detail the rough voyage through the Gulf Stream; describes his first view of the island and then a lengthy description of the horticulture and other aspects of the island; among his acquaintances along the way were Frank, who saw him off; a German gentleman who almost missed the boat; Mr. Murphy; the Gulerbridges; Mr. O and his uncle Harvey, Ellie, Miss Lollie O, Mrs. Butterfield, Mrs. Bullafus & Miss Lotte & Mrs. Beille; and Aunt Sidney. 2 sheets folded, 1 half sheet 20 cm., some fading throughout; envelope 8 x 14 with address of Hamilton Hotel, Jno W. Dodge & Harnett, Bermuda back flap detached, no stamp, with Hamilton postmark addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York.

Folder 90 Hamilton Hotel, Bermuda, 9 February 1875
Letter to Louisa Anderson saying that he is sending this letter via the Brig Excelsior but thinks he might not reach her; jokes about being born a century earlier; extols the hotel and its food as well as its ability to restore people to health in spite of the disagreeable climate; guests at the hotel have had no news from the outside world in 12 days; is tired of Bermuda and will try to go to Jamaica or Havanna; and long-staying guests have their families with them. 1 sheet folded 20 cm., some fading throughout; envelope 8 x 14 with address of Hamilton Hotel, Jno W. Dodge & Harnett, Bermuda, no stamp, and New York postmark addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York.

Folder 91 Hamilton Hotel, Hamilton, Bermuda, 12 February 1875
Letter to Louisa Anderson reporting that he has two ships can carry his letters to her; comments on his improved health, his walking, and the climate; likes the beauty of the islands but wishes to see some in the West Indies, such as Jamaica or Cuba; will have to write a draft for more money; wonders about the health of Esther [Purenett ]; looks forward to hers and Dody's letters after a month of silence; wishes well to her father, [Allen?] and Maud; and hopes to be home by 1 April at the latest. 1 sheet folded 25 cm. envelope 8 x 14 with address of Hamilton Hotel, Jno W. Dodge & Harnett, Bermuda, no stamp, and New York postmark addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York.

Folder 92 Hamilton Hotel, Hamilton, Bermuda, 12 February 1875
Letter to Louisa Anderson sending her this one as a backup of the previous one via another ship; likes the islands and his rowing, even with the sudden showers and little sunshine; a German from Philadelphia is his best companion; the hotel hosts such luminaries as the Surgeon General of the 20th Regiment and a colonial secretary; Mr. & Mrs. Butterfield had his name added to the books of the Bermuda Yacht Club; really likes the walks because of the views of the sea and the vegetation; and still wants to visit other islands. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. envelope 8 x 14 cm. with address of Hamilton Hotel, Jno W. Dodge & Harnett, Bermuda, no stamp, 6 cents and New York postmark addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York.

Folder 93 Hamilton Hotel, Hamilton, Bermuda, 25 February 1875
Letter to Louisa Anderson lamenting his boredom, with the only excitement being the arrival of a steamer; his longing for a letter from her, even though the boat with the letter had trouble docking; replies to news from her letter including news of Dody, little Esther's passing, her father Will Buchanan's and Bib Christy' grief; wants her to handle some financial affairs; wanted to go to other islands but the weather is too hot; made the acquaintance of Mr. & Mrs. C. R. Smith of Watertown; hopes Mr. Gray is called to the church; Lollie Gulerbridge reports that Mr. Cartwright is interim pastor; mentions Mr. & Mrs. Butterfield and Terrie Roosevelt, the Murphys, Mr. Perrsett, Mr. Ball, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Magruder; the climate is warm and damp with little variation in temperature and many cloudy days; describes the island with its many plants, the results of a series of soundings showing that Bermuda is a coral island; is enamored by the variation of colors in the sea and of the scenery in general; hasn't bathed in the harbor because of his rheumatism; sends greetings to her father, Aunt Sidney, Willie, Frank, his son, Miss Outerbridge; hopes to be home very soon. 5 sheets folded 20cm; envelope 8 x 15 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Care of W. C. Anderson Stapleton, Staten Island, New York no stamp, New York postmark; Per Steamship Carrissa in upper left corner.

Folder 94 Newburgh, New York, Thursday 8 July [1875]
Letter to Louisa Anderson detailing troubles with his yacht and his proposed visits to Mr. Gray and Mr. Prusett; Bob seems to be growing up. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. but separated; envelope 8 x 14 cm addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Care Dr. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island NY, stamp removed, Newburgh, NY, postmark.

Folder 95 Newport, Rhode Island, Saturday [24 July 1875]
Letter to Louisa Anderson mentioning the heat on his yacht and the departure of Col. Thompson and his loneliness; asks her to see if Mr. [Perematt?] will come; hopes to see her in a few days. 1 sheet 21 cm.; envelope 8 x 14 cm; addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Staten Island NY, stamp removed, Newport RI postmark; water stained and faded, some mold damage.

Folder 96 Newport, Tuesday 28 [July 1875]
Letter to Louisa Anderson mentioning his happiness that Dick delivered her letter and for the information Charlier obtained from Mrs. Townsend; Mrs. Magruder will send Dody by train from New York to Newark; hopes to be home soon; friendships hard to make in Newport because everyone lives in cottages; thinks Col. Thompson might be ill; had a great sail to Providence and might go to Block Island next; Mr. Schmidt sent Mr Winan of Baltimore to look at the yacht but seems uninterested in buying it; Cousin Will Buchanan is too ill to come; and only one beautiful woman in Newport. 1 sheet folded 21 cm.; envelope 8 x 14 cm addressed to Mrs. J Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York, stamp and postmark; water stained and faded, some mold damage.

Folder 97 14 Wall [New York City] 28 Jul 1875
Letter to Euciene ? replying to her disturbing account of Dody's stay with her and hoping he will turn into a "worthy and happy man"; hopes such visits will draw the family together; will take the family to Lake George; includes the final payment for Dody's expenses.

Folder 98 Oxford Friday 6 Aug [1875]
Letter to Louisa Anderson talking about being with his yacht all day; that Uncle Edward is well; Aunt is visiting the Lodis; Cousin Alice seems about the same; they wish he had brought her and the baby; Dody comes tomorrow for the weekend; has trouble keeping awake when company arrives; has not heard from Mr. Parker or Mr. Magruder; hopes Frank will tell James Davis that he would like to attend his wedding; and the birds are singing even as the morning mists hang on the fields. 2 sheets 21 cm. envelope 7 x 12 cm. disintegrating with postmark and loose stamp addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry care of Dr. W. C. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, NY; both letter and envelope show water stains and some disintegration.

Folder 99 University Hotel, Princeton, N. J. Friday night [March 18, 1877]
Letter to Louisa Anderson describing the hotel in which he and Dody are residents for a week apparently seeking treatment for a serious disease of Dody's; Dody meets an old classmate who offers to show him around; embarrassed for having to keep Dody away from children on the train; reflects on "the great cycle of time"; misses her and their two children. 2 sheets 23 cm; only back flap and a few other fragments of envelope remain; water damage through the middle of the letter.

Folder 100 University Hotel, Princeton, N. J. Thursday 187- [March 22, 1877]
Letter to Louisa Anderson detailing his plans to come home; thinks Dody is doing well; and asks her father if he should be quarantined for a few days. 1 sheet 23 cm; envelope 8x15 cm. with printed return address of hotel, postmark and loose stamp addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, care Dr. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York. Both water stained.

Folder 101 University Hotel, Princeton, N. J. Monday 19 [March] 1877
Letter to Louisa Anderson hoping to come home tomorrow; Dody seems to be improving; weather is bitterly cold; Dody met a student from his school; heard Dr. [McCash] deliver a sermon; met Sam Rideout, a theological student from Australia and saw Mr. & Mrs. Allen, whose son in at the seminary; both like the food. 1 sheet 23 cm with letterhead; envelope 8 x 14 cm. return address of hotel, postmark, stamp removed; both water stained with some loss of text.

Folder 102 Bolton 4 July 1877
Letter to Louisa Anderson describing very good weather but the piles have him unable to do much; describes some hotels and houses in the area; Mr. & Mrs. Stevenson, Miss Minnie, and the youngest sister arrived last night; hopes she and the baby are well; Dody has academic lessons but he has blotches on his face, speaks hoarsely, and is fat; laments that he had been a handsome child.

Folder 103 Bolton Sunday [July 1877]
Letter to Louisa Anderson asking after her health and reporting that his is very good; mentions the Theirots and sermon of Caldwell but Bishop is better; describes several places for the family to stay if Louisa is well enough to travel, will await her decision; hopes the yacht for a friend is being shipped; asks for pictures of the children and describes the beauty of the night. 1 sheet folded + l half sheet 20 cm. envelope 9 x 15 cm. both water stained with some loss of text.

Folder 104 Bolton Sunday 15 Jul 1877
Letter to Louisa Anderson. 2 sheets folded (one half of sheet 2 missing); envelope 9 x 16 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Richmond County, New York, postmark and loose stamp. Both badly water stained with some mold with one half page missing and text missing in extant parts; so badly damaged as to be virtually unreadable.

Folder 105 Annapolis, Md., Wednesday [19 November 1977]
Letter to Louisa Anderson announcing that he arrive on the train with Mr. & Mrs. Southgate and Mrs. Harrison; not feeling very well; Mr. & Mrs. Magruder are well; Dr. Redeout [?] called this morning; and has seen Parker and the building of his new house. 1 sheet 21 cm. envelope 8 x 14 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York postmarked with stamp removed; both water stained.

Folder 106 1877
Letter to Louisa Anderson. 1 sheet, folded, badly water damaged with missing text; virtually unreadable; envelope in a number of pieces with only a small part of the address and postmark readable.

Folder 107 Watch Hill Thursday morning 9 [1879]
Letter to Louisa Anderson reporting that the two children, Syd and Rob, are well but Ellen declines to take Rob to her meals; arrived in Watch Hill and settled in Watch Hill House with everything fine except the price; leaving for Newport and hopes to have the entire family together soon; and includes meal times. 1 sheet folded 24 cm; envelope with printed return address, postmark, one attached stamp and one loose stamp addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Richmond Co, New York.

Folder 108 Watch Hill, 7 July 1879
Letter to Louisa Anderson lamenting her absence and looks forward to her and the other children's arrival; is sad over the passing of Miss Carrie and her leaving of young children; asks Frank and her to clear up some office matters; had no preacher at church and has made arrangements for laundry; and gives regards to Aunt Sidney, the children, the Doctor, and Frank. 1 sheet 23 cm. folded; envelope with printed return address, addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry [rest of address faded] Both letter and envelop badly water stained rendering much of text illegible.

Folder 109 Watch Hill, Westerly, RI 10 July 1879
Letter to Louisa Anderson lamenting the fact that Dody had been dismissed from St. Stephen's School and begins to doubt if Dody will contribute much to society; looks forward to her joining him, two of the children and Ellen the nanny soon; Ellen misses her child; is unhappy about having to provide board for Schell and plans to dismiss him and seek a local man; sends love to the family and includes of copy of President Garrett's letter dismissing Dody from school. 2 sheets, 1 folded 23 cm. letterhead envelope 8 x 15 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Richmond Co., New York. With loose stamp and postmark. Some water stains.

Folder 110 Newport Harbor 24 July 1879
Letter to Louisa Anderson detailing his harrowing experience during a sudden storm with Colonel Thompson and Dick; Col. Thompson had a bad case of sunburn and left to see a doctor in New York; and Mr. Lowell's yacht is anchored near his. 1 sheet folded 20 cm. ; Envelope 7 x 132 cm with postmark and two loose stamps addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan, Care Dr. Anderson, Stapleton, Staten Island, New York. Letter badly water stain with most text extremely faded; envelope had slight staining.

Folder 111 Watch Hill 2 August 1879
Letter to Louisa Anderson expressing his sadness of the sudden illness of her father; comments on the illness of someone else; had Jamie for meals and he was good; Ellen's baby has whooping cough, but not to worry; and will come home if needed. 1 sheet folded 23 cm. Envelope 8 x 15 cm. with postmark and loose stamp addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Richmond, Co., New York. Some water damage and missing text on both letter and envelope.

Folder 112 Watch Hill 4 August 1879
Letter to Louisa Anderson telling her that her latest letter had not arrived and that he was greatly concerned about her father's illness; Robbie was a good boy sitting by his side and eating in the regular dining room; awaiting her instructions as to whether she and the children will return; Dody might go to college; sailing and weather are good; Cousin Annie is going to Atlantic City; Dr. King feels better; Aunt Sidney has been affected by Dr. Anderson's illness; Frank might not go to the Navy; Dr. Vanderpoel will have to deal with any yellow fever outbreak and Dr. Eradeston? Is on vacation. 1 sheet folded 23 cm. Envelope 8 x 15 cm. with post mark and missing stamp addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Richmond Do, New York. Light water damage.

Folder 113 Watch Hill, 5 August 1879
Letter to Louisa Anderson [Summary] After usual greetings, says he has telegraphed her that they will be home on Thursday because of scarlet fever in the area; asks her to arrange for children's care on a farm and is greatly concerned about the issue; is caring well for James and Ellen since Lulie has gone home; hoping that she can come back soon. Enclosed telegraph from Louis R. [Lege?] that his baby has died of scarlet fever. 1sheet folded 24 cm. 1 sheet 20 cm. Envelope in five pieces with postmark and three loose stamps [two from other envelopes] ; both have extensive water damage and much is illegible.

Folder 114 New Bedford, Mass. 20 August 1879
Letter to Louisa Anderson providing a menu to show that they are eating well; recounting his encounter with a major storm on the sea between Martha's Vineyard and Newport, Rhode Island, fearing for the lives of Ives, Shirley, and himself; they miraculously landed on a sandy beach and avoided the rocks; rescued, he made arrangements to reclaim the yacht; enjoyed the celebration at the yacht harbor with fireworks, his was the smallest yacht ; cites a number of yellow fever cases of Dr. [Leery] and Frank; hopes they are all right; gives love to her father, aunt, brother, and the children. 4 leaves unfolded 22 cm. Envelope (8 x 15 cm.) has letterhead of Parker House, New Bedford addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Richmond Co, New York. With postmark and loose stamp. Both water damaged and letter has missing text.

Folder 115 New Bedford, Mass. 21 August 1879
Letter to Louisa Anderson saying that the yacht is being refitted but unsure when or if it will return; lengthy discussion of financial matters; Dody is with Mr. [Shirley] in Tarpaulin Cove. 2 leaves unfolded 22 cm. Envelope (8 x 15 cm.) has letterhead of Parker House, New Bedford addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Richmond Co, New York. With postmark and stamp. Both water damaged and letter has missing text.

Folder 116 New Bedford, Mass. 23 August 1879
Letter to Louisa Anderson discussing an article of Colonel Thompson to appear in the Gazette; money matters need a rest because of the expense of the yacht; is upset with his bad luck; Frank should know that the contract JHB prepared is with her father but that Mr. Kentgen knows its content and Mr. Rerens has a copy; hopes to take a trip with her in the autumn; advises the family to show understanding and compassion to Aunt Sydney in her weakened mental state. 2 sheets unfolded 22 cm. Envelope (8 x 15 cm.) has letterhead of Parker House, New Bedford addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Richmond Co, New York with postmark and two stamps, one loose. Both water damaged and letter has missing text.

Folder 117 Watch Hill 8 September 1879
Letter to Louisa Anderson expressing satisfaction that things are going well at home; gives an account of his excursions of the last few days; comments on the unusually warm weather; visited a colonel to see Mrs. Wright, an old friend, but met only her three daughters and her husband; hoped to see Miss Dora but was disappointed; the Braytons, Binghams, and Ruevals left and not many people left; Randy could not come; hopes Frank is improving in health and business; some of Ives's relatives [ ___ ] visited the yacht; Captain Clark and granddaughter dropped by and she liked the picture of Jamie; hopes to be reunited soon; apparently Colonel Thompson's article was not published. 1 sheet folded 23 cm.; envelope 8 x 15 cm. addressed to Mrs. J Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Richmond Co., New York. Letter water stained with some lost text; envelope water stained in three pieces with three postmarks and loose stamp.

Folder 118 Steamship Saythia 1200 miles from New York 7 Aug 1881
Letter to Louisa Anderson remembering fondly the family's seeing him off; describes several of the passengers including ex-priest Grazzi, Rev. Mr. Murray, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osborne and mentions Frank Buchanan, his traveling companion; describes his sightings along the North American coast, the extreme heat aboard; the careful crew watching for icebergs; misses his family greatly; gets cold at the Great Banks; is not impressed with the passengers, especially the women and their "sea chairs"; outlines travel plans in Scotland; mentions great fog; and asks how Roger is doing. 3 sheets, two folded 20 cm.; envelope with two 2-pence stamps and no postmark addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Long Island, New York, U. S. Both letter and envelope badly water stained with some loss of text.

Folder 119 Grand Hotel, Paris 19 August 1881
Letter to Louisa Anderson detailing his disapproval of the English weather and decides to forgo Scotland and head to a better climate in France and Switzerland; vividly describes the weather along the English coast to Liverpool, the drive from Liverpool to Southampton, crossing the channel to Jersey and then to Brittany, the drive from St. Malo to Paris, the new and old of Paris; and hopes to see Mr. Schuiff in Geneva. 2 sheets folded 20 cm.; envelope 8 x 13 cm. with postmarks and stamp removed addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Long Island, New York, U. S. A.
Letter badly water stained with text missing; envelope water stained.

Folder 120 Geneva, Hotel de [text missing] 25 August 1881
Letter to Louisa Anderson describing the scene out of his hotel window; recounts his days in Paris including his illness; has seen none of his acquaintances; has bought Louisa a watch similar to his own and himself opera glasses; and mentions Mr. Schraff. 1sheet folded 21 cm badly water stained with missing parts; envelope in several water stained pieces with return address of A. F. Mathone, Geneve and postmarks of Geneva and New York, no stamp.

Folder 121 Hotel Victoria Interlaken 4 September 1881
Letter to Louisa Anderson expressing concern that she might have to face her father, now suffering from mental illness alone and will try to get home in time; describes the weather and possible future plans if he cannot book passage home earlier; heard a sermon in a Scots church; comments on the European view of President Garfield's assassination; and lists the gifts he is bringing back. 2 sheets folded heavy water stains on 2nd sheet with some loss of text; envelope in several pieces with address missing but but postmarks and stamp.

Folder 122 Munich, Bavaria 11 September 1881
Letter to Louisa Anderson reiterating his concern about her father's imminent arrival and his disappointment of not being able to be there to help; gives the remainder of his itinerary; vows never to travel again until she is by his side; dislikes Richard Wagner's music; instructs her to pay Dody's medical school bills; summaries his travel expenses and that of the family; comments on the falling stock market; will ask Mrs. Robson if Belle can come to them; hopes to see Frank in Nice; and speculates on berths for her father and Miss I to get them home sooner. 2 sheets, 1 folded 20 cm; some staining and bits missing; envelope 8 x 13 cm. addressed to Mrs. J Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Long Island, New York, America stained with some loss postmark with stamp cut out.

Folder 123 Hotel Great Bretagna via Torino Milan 21 Sep 1881
Letter to Louisa Anderson acknowledging receipt of her letters and one from Frank; outlines his plans for completing of his tour; comments on his health and plans to take the children on an outing; compares travel on the Danube to that of the Rhine; enjoys the company of a young, well-educated Polish gentlemen who accompanied him on a tour or Vienna, Trieste, and Venice; describes the lavishness of the Gondoliers' Regatta; comments on receiving her latest letters and on the death of Garfield and the accession of Arthur; and would like to pay Belle's expenses so that she might visit. 3 sheets, 2 folded 21 cm. little staining on parts of the letter with slight loss of text; envelope 8 x 14 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Long Island New York America postmark and partial stamp; second stamp of Hotel Grande Bretanga in two large pieces with heavy water damage with note in a later hand: letters from Mr. Henry during his trip to Europe 1881.

Folder 124 Paris 29 Sep 1881
Letter to Louisa Anderson expressing his shock of the change in weather from the south of France to the north; relates his time with Frank in Marsailles; recalles his conversation with Mrs. Post of Baltimore in Vienna; wrote to Belle and her mother; tells of his plans in London and will sail next week from Liverpool, either on a fast ship or a slow one; discusses his health and hopes a regular routine at home will help; saw an exposition and hopes to visit Mr. & Mrs. Blake and Anne McAndrew but not Mrs. Minton because his clothes are too shabby. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. envelope 8 x 14 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, (Long Island) New York, America, damaged with postmarks but stamp missing.

Folder 125 Lake George, NY 8 July 1882
Postcard to Louisa Anderson containing gossip about the place, mailing of letters, retrieving newspapers from Watch Hill, and the health of her father. 1 postcard 8 x 13 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Stapleton, Richmond County, New York with postmark and printed stamp. Back of card badly faded and water damaged.

Folder 126 Lake George, NY 20 July 1882
Postcard to Louisa Anderson relating Will's maiden voyage of rowing and sailing and hopes to secure an item from Lily Price today. 1 postcard 8 x 13 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Long Island, NY with postmark and printed stamp.

Folder 127 Lake George, NY 23 July 1882
Letter to Louisa Anderson wondering why his mail has not reached her; Will and he went to church in Bolton and spoke to Jack Thumb; thinks Mr. Thumb is a miserable person and would like to be his share in the house there; Will is a very good child even if he spilled blueberry pie on his pants; likes the hotel, the food (except the beef), the owner, owner, and the guests, but not the mosquitoes; mentions Mr. & Mrs. Wheeler for Staten Island; dislikes the development around the lake; questions the slow delivery of mail; inquires about the household at home; recommends a "Bermuda colored man" to Miss Bleeker; inquires about Miss Taylor; and encloses a letter from Millie to Jamie. 1 sheet, folded, 21 cm. envelope 8 x 14 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Long Island, New York with postmark but stamp missing.

Folder 128 Lake George, NY 27 July 1882
Postcard to Louisa Anderson saying he and Will plan to meet some friends on the island; both are well and Will is a great "little companion"; Mrs. Meade is on Big Nose but he hasn't seen her; asks her to send two postcards on the same day in the morning and in the evening to see which one arrives first; asks for the letter giving his times to Smithgate. 1 postcard 8 x 13 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Long Island, NY with postmark and printed stamp.

Folder 129 Lake George, NY 28 July 1882
Post card to Louisa Anderson telling of his slight case of diarrhea with pain keeping him indoors; and he has heard from Regie. 1 postcard 8 x 13 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Long Island, NY with postmark and printed stamp.

Folder 130 Lake George, NY 31 July 1882
Post card to Louisa Anderson asking her to get tickets for Ive to visit Lake George and how to retrieve them from the company; and to distribute the Sunday School papers to Kelsey, Hatfield, Will, Mrs. Poole, Sarah Allen, and [Drove?] 1 postcard 8 x 13 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Long Island, NY with postmark and printed stamp.

Folder 131 Lake George, NY 2 August 1882
Letter to Louisa Anderson responding to the news of the sick baby and is sorry for the robin's [bird] death; recounts his and Arthur and his daily rows and Will is building up his strength; comments on the dry weather; sends checks for Joe's expenses; hopes she will get the necessary tickets for Ive's visit and gives alternatives if she cannot; asks that the gun be left at home since hunting season is over; and gives his itinerary for returning home by sea. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. envelope 8 x 14 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Long Island, NY. With postmark but stamp removed.

Folder 132 43 Broad Street, New York, 14 August 1883
Letter to Louisa Anderson explaining the worsening condition of the stock market, but is somewhat optimistic; slept in the dining room of the Albany boat because a state room was not available; is sending a box of peaches home; will leave for Sag Harbor this afternoon; and asks that Ive have the Louise in prime order. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. envelope 9 x 15 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Marion House, Hill New PO, Lake George, Warren Co, N.Y. letter slightly water damaged with no loss of text; envelpe water stained with post mark with loss of stamp.

Folder 133 Congress Hall, Saratoga Springs, NY. 19 August 1883
Letter to Louisa Anderson accounting for his movements; recounts the sudden death of Mr. Gray's young wife, the former Miss Gunther, at the Pequot Hotel; dislikes the "horsey" people at the Congress Hotel; strolled the area after church sampling the waters at several hotels; has had no news from home; gives directions for being picked up by Joe and mentions Miss Taylor. 2 sheets with hotel letterhead 24 cm. some discoloration and small loss of text; envelope 9 x 16 cm. with hotel imprint addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Marion House, Hill view PO, Lake George, New York, some staining with postmark and stamp detached.

Folder 134 Lake House, 4 July 1884
Letter to Louisa Anderson detailing how to handle the problem of her late father's buggy which she and he loaned to Dr. Eggleston without Frank's (her brother and executor) knowledge; his new boat will be launched today; and mentions the children's homework. 2 leaves with hotel letterhead 21 cm.; envelope 9 x 16 cm with image of hotel , postmark and stamp removed addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Queens Co., New York.

Folder 135 Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 22 July 1884
Letter to Louisa Anderson updating the status of his "fever" including a visit to Dentist Dr. Ritch, whose diagnosis is bewildering; hopes to be home soon; sent a telegram as requested; his fate is in the hands of God and the doctors. 2 sheets 23 cm. envelope 9 x 15 cm. with letterhead addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Hague PO, Warren County, New York with postmark and detached stamp.

Folder 136 Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 23 July 1884
Letter to Louisa Anderson asking her to forward an enclosed letter of Ives to Mrs. Magruder; reports that he is better but still week; is having Horace Barber to have his small boat sent for her use; hopes to be there early next week; got her first card the same day she sent it. 1 sheet 23 cm. envelope 9 x 16 cm. with letterhead, postmark less two stamps addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Hillside House, Hague, Warren Co, New York.

Folder 137 Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 24 July 1884
Letter to Louisa Anderson regretting to tell her that he is beginning to experience the recurrence of an old malady; but they will work through is together as they have before; wishes to be taken to Clifton and Dr. King if he gets no better; met Mr. Rhind on his walk; Mr. [Purnett?] wrote; sends love to Miss Irving and the children. 2 sheets 23 cm. envelope 9 x 16 cm. with letterhead, postmark less two stamps addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Hillside House, Hague, Warren Co, New York.

Folder 138 Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 25 July 1884
Letter to Louisa Anderson agreeing that she should stay with the children unless he really needs her; plans to come to her on Monday; recalls other similar "attacks"; resolves to exercise more; tried to find the Rhinds' cottage; has no appetite; is sending pictures to Will & Jamie; is taking too much medicines and three types of baths; compares this institute to the one at Clifton; and wants a better bed when he comes to her. 2 sheets 23 cm. envelope 9 x 16 cm. with letterhead, postmark less two stamps addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Hillside House, Hague, Warren Co, New York.

Folder 139 Albany, N. Y. 29 December 1884
Letter to Louisa Anderson relating his stay with Mr. and Mrs. Phelps and their children, his tour of Albany, meeting with President-elect Cleveland and Mr. Andrews, Superintendent of Public Buildings; will look up Mr. & Mrs. de Sayells; and gives his schedule back to New York and/or Garden City. 1 sheet 20 cm. folded; envelope 9 x 15 cm. addressed to Mrs. J. Buchanan Henry, Garden City, Queens Co., New York; postmarks with stamp removed.

Folder 140 Annapolis 2 December 1896
Letter to William Anderson giving in great detail the status and appearances of Willy, Jamie, Rob, Reggie, Sydney, Frank, and Dody; hopes he is well and happy; has written to Belle, ; saw Frank, Lena and his nieces in Washington; and mentions that Reggie's face is much like is mother's. 2 sheets 20 cm, 1 folded; envelope 11 x 14 cm. addressed to Mr. William E. Anderson, Bridgetown, Annapolis Co, Nova Scotia; postmarks and stamp.

Folder 141 253 McDougal St, 8 June 1889
Letter to William Anderson giving general details of the boys' final examinations at school and their preparations for going to Lake George; received an invitation to Virginia Douglas' wedding; has bought a house in Brooklyn to be occupied in the fall; hopes to find a suitable person to run it; received a letter from Frank in Bombay; mistaken about the 6 acres and water rights sold for $5000; Mr. Owens wrote William about a property purchase; his stocks have done poorly of late; Mrs. Thomas is visiting but still has health issues; Belle and family are well; Mrs. R. will receive no more money from her husband's estate and will in dire financial states; Miss Irving and the little boys are well; Dody is doing better and earning a salary; the family will visit the grave of Loulie; had a very wet and disastrous spring; visited with the Pleasant family and Miss Titus, and sees the Richardsons quite often. 1 sheet 21 cm. folded ; envelope 11 x 123 cm. addressed to Mr. William E. Anderson, Bridgetown, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia with postmark and stamp

Folder 142 Annapolis, Maryland, 24 February 1893
Letter to Signora Elenora Duse Madawa in Italian in another hand apparently hand delivered. 1 sheet 21 cm. folded; no envelope, letter folded twice with Signora Eleonora Duse written on last fold.

Folder 143 195 Broadway, New York, 28 February 1906
Telegram to Robert E.Henry offering heartiest congratulations on the most welcome news. 1 printed sheet 13 cm.

Folder 144 255 St. Anthony St, Mobile, Alabama, 13 April 1908
Letter to W. U. Hensel thanking him for the monograph and letter and defends President Buchanan's reputation and good works from the attacks of the Republican Party and is certain that his uncle's fifty years of public service will be recognized. 1 sheet 16 cm. folded. No envelope: addressee from folder.

Folder 145 Various places, dates
Eight postcards , 8 x 13 cm., addressed to Mrs. James Buchanan Henry from Albany, Glen Falls, and Ticonderoga, New York. Extremely water damaged and in pieces. None legible.

Folder 146 Washington, n.d.
Envelope addressed to John S. McKim Esq, Baltimore, Md. 8 x 16 cm.

Folder 147 Bolton, N. Y. Tues Tuesday 1873
Letter to Lousia Anderson detailing his arduous journey New York to Caldwell and gives the current weather. 1 folded sheet 20 cm; no envelope.

Series 1
Subseries 2

Folder 1 West Chester, Pa. 3 April, 1850
Letter from [Squathue?] Baker to JB hoping he arrived home safely; most of remaining part of the page faded; tries to shoot a bird with a faulty gun; things Estridge Lane's face has the smoothness of a baby's backside; and describes his new suit of clothes. 1 sheet 26 cm with envelope 8 x 14 cm. with, postmark with no franking; remains of a seal addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry: care of Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Pennsylvania.

Folder 2 West Chester, Pa., 4 April 1850

Letter from Prospero Vallarino in Chilean Spanish dispensing typical gossip and fun of young men. Translation from Google not reliable. 1 sheet 26 cm, folded; letter serves as envelope addressed to Mr. James B Henry, care Hon James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Penn.

Folder 3 Hat [West Chester], Pa., 5 April 1850
Letter from Roland Kinzer complaining about having to use a goose quill, asking if he had fulfilled the request he made at Bolly's; Iddings popped into a hotel in Parkesburg as the two were on their way west; this letter is much shorter than the 12 pages of Greek JBH read; the result of the letter looks like one of Budd's.

Folder 4 Hat [West Chester], Pa., 23 April 1850
Letter from Roland Kinser apologizing for not writing because of an accident resulting in a broken arm; comments on JBH letting a Washington belle slip through his fingers; describes JBH's Julia as a beauty; offers advice on how to treat women; mentions JBH's love of dancing; Enck has written several letters; won't visit JBH because he is afraid of meeting one of his "sweethearts."

Folder 5 West Chester, Pa., 25 April 1850.
Letter from Prospero Vallarino in Chilean Spanish dispensing typical gossip and fun of young men. Translation from Google not reliable. 1 sheet 26 cm, folded; letter serves as envelope addressed to Mr. James B Henry, care Hon James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Penn.

Folder 6 West Chester, Pa., 3 May 1850
Letter from Prospero Vallarino in Spanish dispensing typical gossip and fun of young men. Translation from Google not reliable. 1 sheet 26 cm, folded; letter serves as envelope addressed to Mr. James B Henry, care Hon James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Penn.

Folder 7 West Chester, Pa., 11 May 1850
Letter from Manuel Loroco in Chilean Spanish saying that he had to return home to Valparaiso, Chile. Translation from Google not reliable . 1 sheet 26 cm, folded; letter serves as envelope addressed to Mr. James B Henry, care Hon James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Penn.

Folder 8 West Chester, Pa., 11 May 1850
Letter from Prospero Vallarino in Chilean Spanish dispensing typical gossip and fun of young men. Translation from Google not reliable. 1 sheet 26 cm, folded; letter serves as envelope addressed to Mr. James B Henry, care Hon James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Penn.

Folder 9 West Chester, Pa., 16 May 1850
Letter from Prospero Vallarino in Chilean Spanish chatting mostly about [their teachers] Mr. Kich, Mr. Davis, and Mr. Macuo. 1 sheet 26 cm, folded; letter serves as envelope addressed to Mr. James B Henry, care Hon James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Penn.

Folder 10 West Point, N. Y. 13 May [1850]
Letter from Augustus Pleasonton complaining about his roommate and about the general conditions at school. 1 sheet 12 cm folded; envelope 7 x 12 cm. addressed to Mr. James B. Henry, Lancaster, Pennsylvania postmark no franking, and red wax seal on back.

Folder 11 West Chester, Pa. 25 May 1850
Letter from Prospero Vallarino in Chilean Spanish saying that Suruco has gone home and comments on Mr. Bolmar and Mr. Moses. 1 sheet 26 cm, folded; letter serves as envelope addressed to Mr. James B Henry, care Hon James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Penn.

Folder 12 Bolly's Prison (West Chester, Pa.) 5 June 1850
Letter from Roland Kinzer complaining about courses at school; his week in Philadelphia; among the teachers mentioned are Mr. Davis, Mr. Shoemaker, M. Kau, Mr. Mailly, Mr. Gould; a number of students have not returned, especially Duckett. 1 sheet folded 22 cm. envelope 8 x 14 cm. with no franking but with postmark and remains of a wax
Seal addressed to Mr. James B Henry, care of Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Pa.

Folder 13 Philadelphia, 6 June 1850
Letter from H. W. Budd giving his plans for the summer. 1 sheet 26 cm. folded; no envelope.

Folder 14 West Chester, 25 May 1850
Letter from M. B. Moses in Spanish giving an account of the activities at school including those of John Budd, Mr. Bolmar, Carlos Warrick, and Mr. Davis and Miss Polk.

Folder 15 West Chester, 15 June 1850
Letter from Roland Kinzers lecturing on delay in writing letters; envious of his ability to attract women; loves the movements of Miss Albertine; hates ball room dancing; says the new term at Mr. Bollmar's school is off to a good start; Mr. Bollmar has not insulted JBH yet; calls M. B. Moses greedy for getting so many letters and answering them promptly; likes his church and its organ music; Miss Caldwell sits in the choir loft but Sally will not; the French teacher knows how to speak to the boys; Budd is an original and according to Budd takes great care of his beaver hat; [Deaffy?] still is dumb and foolish; wants all the gossip about the ladies of Washington; Valarino is in New York with his parents until the 4th of July; Mr. Fergus' brother, the organist, died by suicide; the boys were given permission to go bathing but no would because of the heavy mud and many leeches; relates an "Irish" joke; and the Latin teacher entered the music room and made sounds of a trumpet with his mouth. 2 sheets 23 cm. one folded; envelope 14 by 8 cm. with postmark and no franking or stamp and remains of seal on back addressed to Mr. James B Henry, care of Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Penna.

Folder 16 West Chester, 15 June 1850
Letter in French from S. G. Smith giving an account of a fire in West Chester; the activities of faculty members Mr. Keech, Mr. Shoemaker, Mr. Davis, Mr. Mailly; his prospects of entering University of Pennsylvania; the activities of classmates Willing Budd, Maceuen, and Moses; and a note about Dr. Pancoast. And Mr.Bolmar. 1 sheet 26 cm and envelope 8 x 14 cm. with postmark but no franking addressed to Mr. James B. Henry, care of the Hon James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Lancaster Co.

Folder 17 New York, 16 June 1850
Letter in Chilean Spanish from P. Vallarino stating that he was happy to receive his letter and that some of his family were also in New York. Translation from Google not reliable. 1 sheet 25 cm folded; envelope 8 x 14 cm addressed to Mr. James B. Henry, Care Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster City Penna.

Folder 18 West Point, New York, 24 June 1850
Letter from Augustus Pleasonton complaining once more about life at the institution and prefers horseback riding. 1 sheet 25 cm. folded.

Folder 19 West Chester, 29 June 1850
Letter in French from S. G. Smith relating the latest news from school included items about Mr. Mackau, Mr. Davis, Mr. Bolmar, Mr. John Orrick, Mr. Vidal, and Mrs. Shoemaker. Google translation not reliable; 1 sheet 26 cm folded into envelope addressed Mr. James B. Henry, Care of the Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Lancaster, Co, Pa. with postmark, no stamp, and residue of wax seal.

Folder 20 Chester, 19 July 1850
Letter from F. E. Kerlin recounting some of the loves of JBH's life, and compares him to a thorn torn from a beautiful rose; Harry has gone to California and Kerlin hopes to follow him. 1 sheet 25 cm. folded with envelope 8 x 15 cm. addressed to Mr. James B. Henry, Care of Hon Jam4s Buchanan, Lancaster, Penna. postmark, no stamp.

Folder 21 West Point, 26 July [1850]
Letter from Augustus Pleasonton complaining of his life at school and listing many of the offenses he has committed; wishes to be home in Philadelphia so that he could go horse-back riding. 1 sheet 17 cm. folded with envelope 6 x 11 cm. addressed to Mr. J. B. Henry, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Postmark, no stamp.

Folder 22 West Chester, 27 Jul 1850
Letter in Chilean Spanish from Prospero Vallarino relating the latest news. 1 sheet 21 cm. with envelope 6 x 11 cm. addressed to Mr. James B. Henry, Care of Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster, City, Pa.

Folder 23 Philadelphia 3 August 1850
Letter from Steve Duval lamenting his fate of not being able to go back to school and congratulating JHB on his success; wants to retire from the world; and Mr. Mactau has gone to France.

Folder 24 West Chester 10 August 1850
Letter in Chilean Spanish from N. Sorvico explaining his thoughts. 1 sheet 25 cm. folded into envelope with postmark and wax seal addressed to Mr. James B. Henry, Lancaster, Pa. Spanish translation not reliable.

Folder 25 West Chester 10 August 1850
Letter in Chilean Spanish from Prospero Vallarino telling of the end of the session and his visit to Philadelphia and New York; mentions the activities of Mr. Bolmar, Mr. Souco, Mr. Kiche, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Bleck, Mr. Tickman, and Mr. Vellett. Spanish translation not reliable. 1 sheet 25 cm.; envelope 8 x 13 cm. with postmark and imprint of wax seal addressed to Mr. James B. Henry, Care of Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster, City, Pa.

Folder 26 West Chester 10 August 1850
Letter from Roland Kinzer detailing the strange case of Mr. Mackan and the disappearance of his Latin teacher; is sorry JBH was unable to go up in Mr. Wise's balloon it refused to rise; Loruco will answer JBH's letter soon; and praises the speech of Mr. Clay made just before the defeat of the Compromise measure, the defeat his blames on "the meeting of extreme opinions. 1 sheet 25 cm folded into envelope folded into envelope with postmark and remains of a wax seal addressed to Mr. James B. Henry, Care of Hon. J. Buchanan, Lancaster City, Penna. Paper is discolored and has a small piece missing where the seal was removed.

Folder 27 West Chester 30 August 1850
Letter from Ambrose Thompson relating jokes about Mr. Bollmar; dislikes his Latin teacher; some Quaker girls visited; Panama kept in detention. 1 sheet 25 cm folded, some water damage; envelope 6 x 11 cm. with postmark and number 5 stamped in right-hand corner addressed to James Buchanan Henry, Care Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster city, Pa.

Folder 28 West Chester, Pa. August 31 [1850?]
Letter from Luther Moses saying he will write the letter in English; Mr. Bolmar says this was his last session and he will be leaving soon; had a letter from [Fasley?] asking him to visit; gave [Deafy?] JB's direction; and John Lindon was expelled from St. Pauls College for not keeping himself and his clothes clean. 1 sheet 25 cm folded into an envelope 13 x 8 cm. with postmark and number 5 stamped in right-hand corner addressed to Mr. James B Henry, care of Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Pa.

Folder 28a Science Grove, Pa., 3 August [1850] Year from context
Letter from M B Moses in Spanish accounting for his actions and mentioning several people from the school and college; he plans to enter the University of South Carolina as a sophomore. 1 sheet 26 cm folded as envelope addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry, care of Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Pa. postmark with broken seal.

Folder 28b West Chester, Pa. June 3 [1850] Year from context
Letter from Myers B Moses saying he is learning the guitar; Goose came by; teachers Davis and MacRow have left; as have classmates Kinzer, Kinzer, Robinson, Ross, Wills, and Chestnut. 1 sheet 26 cm folded as envelope addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry, care of Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Pa. postmark with broken seal.

Folder 29 West Chester 21 September 1850
Letter from Roland Kinzer citing excuses for not writing; mentioning a "certain angel" in Lititz; comments on blushing and coquettes; comment on long clauses and short letters; noting that "we larger boys" formed a debating society, and encloses a copy of its rules and regulations, Kinzer is president. 1 sheet 22cm folded; 1 sheet 32 cm.; envelope 8x 13 cm. with postmark and number 5 stamped in right-hand corner addressed to Mr. James B Henry, Care of Hon. James Buchanan, Lancaster City, Penna.

Folder 30 [Lancaster July]
Letter from Virginia Pleasanton thanking him for trying to recover a package she left behind and inviting him to visit them when he can. 1 sheet folded16 cm. envelope 8 x14 cm. addressed to Mr. James Henry, Princeton College, New Jersey.

Folder 31 Philadelphia 30 September 1852
Letter from Virginia Pleasanton thanking him for the autographs, especially of JB; congratulates on his prospects of success; Aunt Clemmie is still in Washington; Uncle Alfred is now stationed in Philadelphia; many people in Washington are in mourning for their sins; thinks Harriet has not arranged her plans yet; [Gussic?] is visiting from West Point; heard Mme. Alboni in concert but she has no animation; sending a new song called Spanish Melody along with a few autographs. 1 sheet folded 16 cm. with removed red wax seal.

Folder 32 [No place, 24 Dec, no year]
Note from Virginia Pleasonton expressing regret that she was out when he called and enclosing a "little trifle." 1 sheet 16 cm. folded; envelope with no postmark or postage but with red wax seal on back addressed to Mr. J. B. Henry, Care of James Buchanan, Esq, Wheatland near Lancaster, Penna.

Folder 33 [Geneve 6 February 1856] from envelope
Letter from H. V. Malan expressing concern over a lost package and suggesting a remedy and hopes to see him soon. 1 sheet 21 cm folded; envelope 6x 14 cm. with postmark and red wax seal addressed to "Monsieur" J. Buchanan Henry, 20 Via San Claudio, Rome.

Folder 34 [No place] 7 November 1856
Letter from John Nidile asking how to locate a letter of Thomas Jefferson's about the Louisiana Purchase. 1 sheet 20 cm. folded, water damaged.

Folder 35 British Legation, Washington 18 October 1857
Letter from O. D. ORussell apologizing for not visiting because of illness. 1 sheet edged in black 18 cm. folded; envelope 7 x 12 cm edged in black addressed to Buchanan Henry, Esq., no postage but marked private in right-hand corner; remains of seal on back flap.

Folder 36 [Annapolis, 15 August 1858 from postmark]
Letter from Edith Nicholson asking that Mary's arrival in New York for shopping for the new house be delayed until 1 October and that he buy anything necessary in the meantime; Mary's health is not good at the moment and she needs to rest; she cites the illness of Mrs. Barnwall's illness as an example; encloses an article from the Clipper unfriendly to JB; and Eliza Voorhees is presently talking to Emily. 1 sheet 18cm. folded with J. Buchanan Henry written on back; envelope 8 x 14 cm. with stamp and postmark addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Bolton, Lake George, Warren County, New York.

Folder 37 Annapolis, 14 January 1859
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson citing reasons for not marrying until JB gives his consent; JB thinks JBH should remain his secretary for the whole term; she is willing to wait and is sure that Mr. Schriff, which whom JBH is to set up a law practice will understand; Ella has received a letter from Miss Bright giving a false account of the plans of Mary and JBH. 3 sheets, 2 folded 20 cm.; envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp and postmark addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Washington, D. C.

Folder 38 Annapolis, [22 April 1859 from postmark]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson asking that she needs his strength to help them go on a holiday; she is feeling better. 1 sheet 20 cm. folded; envelope 7 x 13 cm. with postmark and stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, 142 Broadway, New York.

Folder 39 Bolton [24 September 1860, from note on envelope]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson describing the disturbing condition of the baby [Buchanan Henry, 1860-1862?] and the difficulty she has with dealing with it; Mrs. Thieriot has been very helpful; attended sacred music concerts of Mr. Hubbard, Mr. Ladam, and Mr. Kensell; Henry and Therese have come; plans to come home by train via Ticonderoga and he will meet her at Troy Station; praises the staff at the hotel. 1 sheet 19 cm. folded; envelope 7 x 13 cm. with stamp in lower right-hand corner, remains of a wax seal on back, and place and date in another hand addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., 14 Wall St., New York.

Folder 40 [Saratoga Springs, New York, 17 June from postmark] [1862?]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson with note from Edith Nicholson detailing her serious stomach problems; is afraid that the Rebels will reach Lancaster and he would be called by Uncle; Dody is doing well; Edith details her concerns about the local physician and wants Dr. Van Buren, who is at the same hotel, to treat Mary. 1 sheet 20 cm. folded; envelope 6 x14 cm. postmark, no stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., 14 & 16 Wall Street, New York.

Folder 41 30 East 21st Street, New York 15 September 1863
Letter from Dr. A. Clark enclosing a receipt for payment of his and Dr. Anderson's professional services to Mary Nicholson Henry in Staten Island; he expresses his regret at the loss of "a person of so many virtues" and found it difficult to believe that one could regress so much from the time he saw her in Saratoga. 1 sheet 21 cm. folded; envelope 8 x 14 cm. with postmark and paid stamp with stamp missing addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., 14 Wall St., City.

Folder 42 Stapleton, Staten Island, New York Aug 11th 1872
Letter from Louisa Anderson agreeing to marry him. 1 sheet 18 cm. folded; envelope 7 x 12 cm. with stamp and postmark addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Care Rev. Mr. Roland, Episcopal Church Rectory, New Bedford, Mass.

Folder 43 Garden City, NY 22 Aug 1881
Letter from Louisa Anderson hoping that his trip to Europe is going well; discusses a financial matter involving John Ross, Cousin William, her father, and Cameron & Co; Robby has been quite sick but is better; Joe likes his doctors at the hospital; finally hired a chambermaid; the wet nurse doesn't like the children; the waitress didn't show up; mentions the Tennenbergs, the Greenfields, Kreakis, and the President; and Mrs. Proudfoot writes about Louisa's father and his mental problems; 3 sheets, 2 folded 20 cm. heavily water damaged with parts missing; envelope 8 x 13 cm. with postmark addressed to James Buchanan, Esq. The Messr. Lombard & Oder &Co, Geneva, Switzerland struck through redirected to Milan. Extremely water damaged with parts missing.

Folder 44 [Europe] 22 August [1881]
Letter from Marie M. Scharff welcoming him to her home; praises America and fears they will never see it again; comments on her "old" appearance; and her mother has been dead for some time and the death of Ben, her youngest brother recently has devastated Charlotte and her. 1 sheet edged in black 20 cm. folded.

Folder 45 Glen Falls, N. Y. 28 October 1884
Letter from T. S. Coolidge describing an undeveloped site on Lake George across from Bolton for development as a hotel. 1 sheet 24 cm.; envelope 9 x 17 cm. addressed Mr. J. B. Henry, P. O. Box 72, Garden City, Queens Co., N. Y. with printed return address, postmark and corner of stamp.

Folder 46 Glen Falls, N. Y. 12 November 1884
Letter from T. S. Coolidge citing rising prices on Lake George property and offering a compromise on the price for the property in question. 1 sheet 24 cm.; envelope 9 x 16 cm. with postmark and stamp addressed to J. B. Henry, Esq, Garden City, Long Island, N. Y. P. O. Box #72.

Folder 47 Glen Falls, N. Y., 15 December 1884
Letter from T. S. Coolidge clarifying the part his brothers-in-law played in the transfer of land which JBH bought. 1 sheet 24 cm.; envelope 9 x 16 cm. with printed return address, postmark and stamp addressed to J. B. Henry Esq, Box 72 Garden City, Long Island, N. Y.

Folder 48 Glen Falls, N. Y., 22 December 1884
Letter from T. S. Coolidge welcoming his proposed visit; Mr. Goodman will have all the papers and Mr. Brown the outlines for the "long strip of shore" he might buy. 1 sheet 24 cm. ; envelope 9 x 16 cm. with printed return address mostly wanting, postmark, and stamp, addressed to J. B. Henry Esq, Box 72 Garden City, Long Island, N. Y.

Folder 49 Glens Falls, N. Y. 23 January 1885
Letter from T. S. Coolidge explaining his progress in trying to determine who owns the land, perhaps owned by Richard D. Davis, John Patten, and Judge Barber; letter from R. J. Brown enclosed giving old Judge Pratt as the source of the above information. 2 sheets 24 cm. and 23 cm.; envelope 9 x 16 cm. with printed return address, postmark and stamp addressed to J. B. Henry Esq, Box 72 Garden City, Long Island, N. Y.

Folder 50 Glen Falls, N. Y. 4 February 1885
Letter from T. S. Coolidge giving latest details on the preparation of the deed, working with Mr. Fowler, Mr. Woodman, and Mr. Brown; and offers to make adjustments the shore line if desired. Includes sketch or the proposed lot. 1 sheet 24 cm.; envelope including three postmarks but no stamp with printed letterhead addressed to J. B. Henry, Esq, 72 Garden City, Queens Co, N. Y.

Folder 51 Warrensburgh, N. Y. 4 Feb 1885
Letter from E. S. Crandall, county treasurer, to JBH saying that the owner of the property he is considering has no previous discernible owner before L. C. P Sulyr bought it at a tax sale. 1 sheet 23 cm.

Folder 52 Bolton-on-Lake-George, N. Y 22 Jan 1885.
Letter from R. J. Brown providing survey results of the Tongue Mtn. Tract. Enclosed in Folder 53.

Folder 53 Glens Falls, N. Y. 21 February 1885
Letter from T. S. Coolidge enclosing the results of a survey made by R. J. Brown and noting that all elements including the parts played by Mr. Goodman giving JBH clear title to the lot but right of way and docking privileges will be decided later by a separate deed and further additions to the lot can be made; the mortgage bond is also complete.
1 sheet 24 cm.; enclosed letter 23 cm.

Folder 54 Glens Falls, N. Y. 3 March 1885
Letter from T. S. Coolidge discussing the difference between a quitclaim and a warrantee, the latter preferred by JBH; offers some suggestions on how to settle the matter. 1 sheet 24 c.m.; envelope 9 x 16 cm. with printed letterhead with three postmarks most of stamp wanting addressed by J. B. Henry, Esq, Box 72 Garden City, Queens Co, N. Y.

Folder 55 Glen Falls, N. Y. 6 March 1885
Letter from T. S. Coolidge agreeing to redo the deed process from quitclaim to warrantee as soon as Mr. Goodman returns from Pennsylvania and/or he and Mr. Fowler return from New Orleans. 1 sheet 24 c.m.; envelope 9 x 16 cm. with printed letterhead with three postmarks and stamp addressed by J. B. Henry, Esq, Box 72 Garden City, Queens Co, N. Y.

Folder 56 Glens Falls, N. Y. 7 March 1885
Letter from T. S. Coolidge reporting that the warrantee deeds are complete, title search will be brought up to date, and hopes to close matters soon. 1 sheet 24 cm.; envelope 9 x 16 cm. with printed letterhead with three postmarks and stamp addressed by J. B. Henry, Esq., Box 72 Garden City, Queens Co, N. Y.

Folder 57 Glens Falls, N. Y. 16 March 1885
Letter from T. S. Coolidge saying he has received the bond and mortgage as well as check as first payment on the mortgage; will send receipt when Mr. Fowler returns home; and will file map when he gets another copy from Mr. Brown. 1 sheet 24 cm.; envelope 9 x 16 cm. with printed letterhead with three postmarks and stamp addressed by J. B. Henry, Esq., Box 72 Garden City, Queens Co, N. Y.

Folder 58 Glens Falls, N. Y. 28 June 1885
Letter from T. S. Coolidge saying that he has mailed the map and enclosing a letter from Brown; offers two ways the property line can be drawn to give advantage to JBH for right-of-way and dock privileges; county clerk as mailed a later search and finds that Judge Hiram Barber allowed the tract to be sold to Lemuel C. P. Seelye, a brother-in-law of the judge's; and will get a quit-rent from Mr. Barber. 1 sheet, 24 cm.

Folder 59 New Brighton, N. Y. Friday 23 January 1891
Letter from unknown author unreadable because of water, and mold damage and missing sections; page 2 wanting. 1 sheet 11 cm.; envelope 8 x 12 cm in several pieces with postmark and missing stamp addressed to Buchanan Henry, Esq., 777 Carroll St., Brooklyn, [Long] Island, [N. Y.]

Folder 60 St. Luke's Rectory, Altoona, Pa. 5 May 1891
Letter from Arthur Sheldon Woodle congratulating JBH upon his son's confirmation and predicts he will do very well in the future. 1 sheet folded 18 m.; envelope 9 x 12 cm. with postmarks and stamp removed addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, No. 777 Carroll St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Both have some water damage.

Folder 61 206 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 8 July 1891
Letter from David S. Brody acknowledging receipt of the book JBH compiled and hopes his son as received his letter from the department. 1 sheet folded 20 cm.; envelope 10 x 13 cm. with postmarks and stamp removed addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq. 777 Carroll St Rising [?] [?] Rising House, Lake George, Warren Co, [?]N. Y. Both have extensive water damage.

Folder 62 1707 N. Y. Ave, Washington, D. C. 26 June 1891
Letter from Frank Anderson attempting to dislodge Jamie's application to a [military academy?] now stuck in the Secretary's [Ramsey?] office by seeking help from Judge Hagner, president Cochrane, and Colonel Partridge, president of a railroad company. 2 sheets, one folded 21 cm., some water damage and tear on fold.

Folder 63 1707 N. Y. Ave, Washington, D. C. 2 July 1891
Letter from Frank Anderson providing an update on Jamie's appointment application but no one in the Secretary's office offers much information, but General Medford's letter might help, although Anderson is not very hopeful at this point. 2 sheets 26 and 20 cm. with some water damage on margins; envelope 8 x 14 cm. with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to J. B. Henry, 777 Carroll St., Brooklyn, N. Y. some water damage.

Folder 64 Santa Cruz, CA 26 July 1891
Letter from Catharine Cooper thanking him for sending her a letter of JB instead of just a signature. 1 sheet 23 cm.; envelope 10 x 13 cm with postmarks and stamp removed addressed to James Buchanan Henry, Esq., 777 Carroll St, Brooklyn, New York, forwarded to Rising House, Hague on Lake George, N. Y.; both have moderate to severe water damage.

Folder 65 New York Ave, Washington, D. C. 14 August 1891
Letter from Frank Anderson advising to have Jaime keep his application to the Naval Academy on file in case someone, probably Bridgman, drops out; if so, Anderson will urge the Secretary to appoint Jaime; is concerned with the way Mr. Kapff has ignored both of them and recommends having a lawyer clear up the matter instead of turning matters over to slow-acting Mr. Greenfield; his baby is better; and Aunt Paulina died with only about a dozen attending the funeral because Mr. Oothout [?] put no notice in the paper. 5 sheets 21 cm.; envelope 9 x 17cm. postmarks with stamp removed addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Rising House, Hague-on-Lake George, Warren Co., New York.

Folder 66 Zoar Cottage, New Brighton, N. Y. 26 August 1891
Letter from H. R. Irving acknowledge receipt of letter and checks, bringing JBH account up to date; looking forward to having [Frank ?] Jr., and his youngest nephew Pierre join him in his work; is happy Reg is doing so well; children Berty and Johnny are visiting; will go to the McColloh's for dinner; would like Loulie's set of furniture if JBH sells or rents his house unfurnished; asks for a letter of [Shilly] be forwarded; thinks an idea of JBH using steam is a good one; hopes Jamie gets into Annapolis; Reg sent him a letter and Frank sent one to Syd. 2 sheets 17 cm. folded; envelope 9 x 12 cm. addressed to Buchanan Henry, Esq., Rising House, Hague-on-Lake-George, Warren Co, N. Y. letter considerably water damaged with tears and loss of text.

Folder 67 Wall Shops, Wall, Greensburg, PA, 23 September 1896
Letter from son Will to JBH recounting his conversation with the secretary of the cemetery company where JBH's father and sister are buried informing him that no more interments will be made in the old cemetery and that the tombstones of his father and sister are "their condition is any worse than any of the others"; wonders if Reg has joined the Catholic Church; that Rob has returned to barracks after camp; and will send a picture of his camp a little later. 1 sheet cm. folded; envelope 9 x 16 cm. with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Maryland Hotel, Annapolis Maryland; note in later hand: Willy [de?] father & sisters graves at Newburgh, Pa.

Folder 68 41-43 Wall Street, New York 10 October 1896
Letter from Joseph W. Howe to JBH informing him that the Kapff real-estate matter is moving forward and should be settled soon; and that JBH will owe on the school and village taxes. 2 sheets with printed letterhead, 22 cm.

Folder 69 Annapolis, 1 June 1897
Letter from E. C. Gaute saying that Mr. Randall has accepted the assignment of judgment which will benefit the Magruders; asks to meet him either at JBH's rooms or his home later.

Folder 70 Union Station, Pittsburgh [27 June 1897 from postmark]
Letter from Will Henry reporting that he is temporarily in Pittsburgh running large department; misses the rural aspects of Greensburg and hates the heat and dirt of the city; is sorry about Rob's hard luck; Reg sent him news from Lake George, which he would like to be there later when the family goes on its launch, but will be working; at least he will go camping at Conneaut Lake with his regiment. 2 sheets folded 20 cm; envelope 10 by 13 cm. with postmarks and imprint of a stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Maryland Hotel, Annapolis, Maryland; in another hand: Willy on is removal with regrets from Greensburg to Pittsburg [sic]

Folder 71 2113 Chestnut St., Philadelphia 25 September 1897
Letter from Charles A Hoyt discussing in moving terms the situation of Alice and Joseph in New York, living without money or employment and proposing that they move to Annapolis to be near his father because their situation is desperate; Joseph appears unable to work. 2 leaves 20 cm.; envelope 8 x 14 cm. with postmarks and stamp lost in opening addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 72 Chestnut St. Philadelphia 29 September 1897
Letter from C. A. Hoyt relating the difficulties of Alice and Joseph's trying to live in New York with inadequate income and begs JBH to welcome them for the winter so as to reduce their living expenses. 2 leaves 20 cm. badly water damaged with some loss of text.

Folder 73 12 W. Cedar St., Boston, Mass. 16 November 1897
Letter from Mary Coufier Proudfit expressing regret for the delay in answering his letter and relating her travels between Boston and New Castle, DE; is enjoying her stay with Aleck and friends and hopes JBH has a pleasant winter. 2 leaves with black edges 17 cm., one folded ; envelope edged in black 9 x 12 cm. with postmarks and removed stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 74 U. S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama, Japan, 16 January 1899
Letter from F. Anderson to JBH noting the irregularity of mail delivery and thanking him for handling a difficult real estate transaction; Lena and the children are well and had a nice Christmas; Capt Coffin is improved; Lieutenant Hobson's fame as not gone to his head; Capt Glass speaks highly of Hobson; speaks of Reggie, Joe, Rob, and Sid; and envies JBH's trip to Europe. 2 sheets folded 22 cm.; envelope 12 x 14 cm. with six postmarks and stamp removed, some water damage addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esp., Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland, United States of America, forwarded to Palm Beach, Florida.

Folder 75 Villa Matilda, 18 July 1889
Letter from [F Trien'o?] ending the negotiations over the purchase of [Gran] Island. 1 sheet folded edged in black with grid lines 17 cm.

Folder 76 316 West 56 Street [New York] 30 November 1897
Letter from son Joseph N Henry attempting to explain an apparent rupture in their relationship resulting from several misunderstandings surrounding a wedding in the Hoyt family. 5 sheets 27 cm; envelope 13 x 11 cm. with postmarks and two stamps removed and one remaining addressed to James Buchanan Henry Esq, Maryland Hotel, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 77 U. S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama, Japan 10 March 1898
Letter from Frank Anderson saying that he cannot take part in any more land deals at the moment and thinks little of Greenfield and Kupff; asks after Rob, Will, and Sid; sorry to hear of Randy Wagner's accident with a gun; telegrams about war with Spain appear in the paper but nothing is definite or authentic; the spring weather is cold, windy, and rainy; and cites the mail dates and always appreciates his mail. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. envelope 10 x 15 cm. with postmarks and torn where stamp was addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, forwarded from Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland, United States of America to a hotel in Washington, D.C. letter and envelope slighted water damaged; envelope bears postmarks 21-22 Feb and address is in a different hand.

Folder 78 U. S. S. Newark off Santiago [Cuba] 2 July 1898
Letter from son Sidney relating an account of his cruise from Norfolk to Santiago including a near miss of burning British ship and the ramming by the U. S. S. Dolphin; weather was bearable but water was too hot to drink at times; describes his position on ship; and he thinks the bombardment of Santiago was successful; the ship is safe in Guantanamo Bay. 3 sheets 25 cm.; envelope 12 x 9 cm. with postmarks and removed stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, forwarded from c/o F. P. Freeman & Co, 43 Exchange Place, New York to Hundred [?] House, [Skelving?] Rock P. O. Washington Co., NY. [On envelope in later hand: Sid from USS Newark, Santiago.

Folder 79 U. S. S. Charleston, Iloilo, P. I., 6 November 1898
Letter from son James expressing his disgust with the Philippines, especially the lack of drinking water; mentions the seize of Iloilo, a town of 25,000; liked Hong Kong and Honolulu; the U. S. volunteers are "tramps and bums"; the national guard system is a failure; sailed around Panay Island (where Iloilo is located) and is afraid most of the tour of duty will be in Manila Bay; and has received mail from Syd. and the boys. 1sheet 18 cm. folded. Some water damage at right top and bottom.

Folder 80 U. S. S. Charleston, Cavite, P. I., 25 December 1898
Letter from son James commenting of the war and the lack of the generals to do anything; Agunaldo has established a decent government; holidays aboard is almost like any other day; three enemy ships sunk on 1 May have been raised; few care for the new captain Whiting; is glad that Joe has a good position in the army; Curtis got married, making five in James' class for which the war is blamed; has not met a girl since Honolulu; expects an expedition to leave for Iloilo tomorrow. 1 sheet 20 cm. folded; extreme water damage at top and middle resulting in a loss of a small amount of text.

Folder 81 Annandale, New York, March 5, 1899
Letter from son Reginald enclosing the latest bills from St. Stephens; comments on Admiral Dewey, an article about Harriet Lane Johnston, the death of Miss Hetty and Moncrief Proudfit, and the arrival of Mr. Kipling and family in New York; examinations are approaching; asks of he plans to have a reunion of his Princeton class on his birthday in 1903; comments on the golfing in Palm Beach; and dislikes the method used by the navy to promote officers. 1 sheet 16 cm. folded.

Folder 82 U. S. S. Charleston, March 16, 1899
Letter from son James expressing unhappiness over JBH's treatment of him; asking for advice on whether to transfer from the navy to the marines when Congress passes the bill creating the Marine Corps; war here has not changed much; being on aboard ship for extended periods of time is boring; would like to see Ann [Dawes?] again; hoping to go to Hong Kong soon; thinks highly of Admiral Dewey; complains about the delay in receiving news from home; Cadet Seaton will return to Annapolis and will stay at JBH's hotel; 2 sheet s 25 cm.; envelope 9 x 15 cm. with postmarks and stamp S. S. Charleston Sailor's Letter W H Whiting, Captain, U. S. Navy Commanding, evidence of stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Maryland Hotel, Annapolis, Maryland, U.S.A.

Folder 83 New Brighton [N. Y.] 19 March 1899
Letter from son Frank relating that he was being confirmed at Christ Church; mentions the fatal fire and the Windsor Hotel; is doing well in math but not so well in algebra and very good at dance; Aunt Hatty wonders if he and brothers well receive a legacy after the death of Allie Proudfoot. 1 sheet 18 cm. folded; envelope 10 x 13 cm with postmarks and evidence of stamp addressed to J. B. Henry, Esq., Palm Beach Po, Dade Co, Florida, forwarded to The Clarendon, Washington, D. C. and forwarded to c/o Maryland Hotel, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 84 U. S. S. Monongahela 26, 30 June, 1 July 1899
Letter from son Sidney relating his voyage on the sailing vessel Monongahela from Annapolis to the Scilly Islands enroute to Madeira, Spain; details his day-to-day routine included drills, the poor food and water, sleeping conditions, and several severe storms; asks if he and Buzz are at the Lake and wishes he were there. 3 sheets 18 cm. folded; envelope 9 x 12 cm. with one postmark and torn right top corner addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hague, Lake George, N. Y. United States of America. Both have some water damage with little loss of text.

Folder 85 U. S. S. Monongahela 21 July 1899
Letter from son Sidney from the Bay of Biscay relating his joyous time in London as guests of various dignitaries including actress Edna May, Col. McCook, Col Gouraud, Duke of Cambridge, and sightseeing; recounts the calm seas in the bay and other gales encountered from England; and makes tentative plans after his return. 4 sheets 18 cm. folded; envelope 9 x 12 cm. one postmark, stamp removed; addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Island Harbor House, Hague, Lake George, New York, United States of America. In a different hand: Rec'd 13 Aug.

Folder 86 Zamboauga, Mendauao, Philippine Islands, 25 July 1900
Letter from son Joseph detailing his duties as surgeon for American soldiers; the climate is fine except for the flies and mosquitoes; the diseases are the same as in Cuba but less severe; Colonel Pettif faced court martial but was acquitted in a strange way for killing an insurecto to protect superiors; the colonel said that JBH and his wife crossed the Atlantic on the same steamer; apologizes for not seeing Jaime but circumstances prevented it; and asks that JBH use his influence to have the volunteer army commission changed to regular army commission when the present system ends in 1901. 2 sheets 20 cm. folded; envelope 8 x 13 cm. with five postmarks with printed return address: War Department, Post Zamboauga Mindanao addressed to Hon. J. Buchanan Henry, care F P. F[rest of word unreadable] & Co, 43 Exchange Pla, New York City, United States of America forwarded to Island Harbor House, Hague, Lake George, N. Y.

Folder 87 London, 9 December 1900
Letter from Jean F Fupissdu relating his travels from China to Europe included comments on the cruelty and violence of the Chinese, the beauty of Hong Kong; asks about Richard Carval, Isabel McDougal, and Miss Alice. 1 sheet 21 cm. folded; with extreme water damage resulting if running of the blue ink; envelope 10 x 12 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland, America with water damage. Enclosed in the letter: "Sent in Friendship's Name a four-page booklet 9 x 9 cm. containing good wishes and an image of a sailing vessel.

Folder 88 Nashville, 17 February 1901
Letter from daughter-in-law Alice Hoyt Henry hoping to get a commission so that he can continue his chosen profession and so that they can be together. 4 sheets of blue embossed paper 16 cm. folded; envelope 8 x ? cm. addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan [Henry] Annapolis Maryland. Right half of envelope wanting.

Folder 89 Devon, PA, 6 October 1902 [Date from envelope]
Letter from daughter-in-law Alice Hoyt Henry welcoming him back from his travels; recounting her brief encounter with Rob in Jersey City; Reggie will join Rob for a trip; The Ewings and Alice's family enjoyed being in New York; Jack is now in Camp Vickars with Captain Pershing (his great friend); both were not injured when picked up by a tornado and tossed forty feet; Jack is living with Colonel Peetit and family; hopes she and JBH can secure a permanent position for Jack nearer home; and recounts the unhappy marriage of Henry Baudell. 3 sheets of embossed paper 16 cm. folded; envelope 8 x 19 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 90 Devon, 8 October 1902
Letter from daughter-in-law Alice Hoyt Henry enclosing Jack's latest address omitted from preceding letter. 1 sheet of embossed paper 16 cm. folded; envelope 8 x 19 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 91 Technology Chambers, Boston, Mass. 13 October 1902 [date from envelope]
Letter from son Sidney recounting his busy schedule and a visit to McBride's cousins in the country; asks that his drawing equipment be sent as soon as possible; inquires about changes in Annapolis and the Academy as well as the social season including Hannah Randall's wedding; and mentions recent sports events. 1 sheet folded, 17 cm., envelope 9 x 14 cm. with postmarks and remains of removed stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 92 Technology Chambers, Irvington St., Boston, MA 19 October 1902 [date from envelope]
Letter from son Sidney attempting to describe the location of two missing boxes containing his drawing instruments. 2 sheets 25 cm.; envelope 11 x 14 cm. with postmarks and stamps addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 93 Zamboauga, Mendauao, Philippine Islands, 11 September 1902
Envelope from son Joseph. No accompanying letter. 16 x 9 with printed " War Department Post Zamboauga.

Folder 94 [Fort Leavenworth, KS, 20 October 1902 [date from envelope]
Letter from son James in which he is happy to be back from a six-week camp; laments to lack of news both from Kansas and from home; comments of Academy football; and glad that JB had a pleasant trip. 1 sheet 16 cm. folded; envelope 13 x 9 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 95 Technology Chambers, Irvington St., Boston, MA 11 September 1902 [date from envelope]
Letter from son Sidney giving further information about materials in the missing boxes; describes his very busy schedule and strange Department rules; likes using a typewriter because he can write much faster than with a pen; received a long letter from Will; mentions the engagement and weddings of Misses Wainwright and Randalls; has a cold; and must write to Aunt Lena. 3 sheets 28 x 21 cm.; envelope 14 x 8 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 96 Devon, PA 30 October 1902
Letter from daughter-in-law Alice Hoyt Henry discussing the mustering out of Joseph and what plan to follow for his career; mentions the health of her father and Henry Randell's unhappiness. 3 sheets 18 cm. folded; envelope 9 x 14 cm with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 97 Technology Chambers, Irvington St., Boston, MA 1 November 1902 [date from envelope]
Letter from son Sidney acknowledging the delivery of the boxes and the receipts for delivery; several members of the family have colds; mentions the Army-Navy game in Philadelphia; asks about cousin Jessie's wedding; is glad to have all his possessions back but threatens to write Mr. Melvin a letter; read and discarded his diary from the Academy. 3 sheets, 28 cm.; envelope 8 x 14 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 98 U. S. S. Alabama, Navy Yard, New York, 4 November 1902
Letter from Frank Anderson preparing to leave New York for Fortress Monroe; saw Reg for lunch but missed Rob; thinks Reg might find a place in the Pay Corps and offers names of people of influence: Mrs. Davis's brother married into the Paymaster General's family and Colonel Thompson and Captain Brownson might also help; tells of Charley Robson good fortune to work for the American Copper Company, which seems to have a bright future; and asks for the addresses of Miss Irving 's and Frank's addresses. 1 sheet 25 cm; envelope15 x 9 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 99 Easton, PA, 16 October 1902
Brochure from Chemical Publishing Co, "Evolution of the Thermometer 4 p. folded 18 x 13 cm. containing a "chronological epitome" and an incomplete essay on the history. Envelope 9 x 16 cm. with printed return address with stamp and postmarks addressed to Henry Buchanan, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 100 Philadelphia, 13 November 1902
Letter from Alice Hoyt excitedly reporting that Jack had sailed from Manila and will around 1 December; asks that JBH help find him a position; and also asks for tickets to the Army-Navy game. 1 sheet embossed 16 cm. folded; envelope with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 101 The Holland, West Palm Beach, FL14 November 1902
Letter from L. D. Lockwood praising his hotel and providing the rates for two people as well as the reference of E. L. Haines, of Wilmington, Del. 1 sheet 23 cm. envelope 9 x 16 cm with postmarks and stamps and printed return address addressed to Mr. J. B. Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 102 Technology Chambers, Boston, Mass. 15 November 1902.
Letter from son Sidney complaining about the scarcity of time; hopes Joe finds work; laments the Army-Navy game; mentions Hannah Randall's wedding and a letter from Manley; yesterday was "Tech Field Day," but forgettable; Bostonians have an inflated view of the area; school work remains about the same, but will have to make a sailing vessel soon; and would like to go to Florida with the family. 3 sheets 28 x 20 cm.; envelope 14 x 8 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 103 Fort Leavenworth, KS 16 November 1902
Letter from son James giving an account of his regimented day; Lieut. Colonel Mills at Fort Riley inquire of him; distressed over the quality of the Navy football team; wonders if Mustia was sent down; has a lovely collie; asks after Uncle Will, Reg, and Rob; and saw friend Ryan in Kansas City; 1 sheet 33 cm. envelope 9 x 13 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md. "ansd 24 Nov" written across right side.

Folder 104 Florence, Italy 16 November 1902
Letter from Leontine [Tyruñg?] Meade written in Italian giving an account of the family's travels through Italy. 1 sheet edged in black folded,18 cm.; envelope 10 x 12 cm edged in black with stamp and postmarks addressed to Al Signore James Buchanan Henry, Hôtel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland, Stati Unite American del Nord.

Folder 105 Fort Wayne, IN 17 November 1902 [from envelope]
Letter from son William wishing JBH a great winter in Florida; relates a conversation with Mr. Crawford, his superior at Pennsylvania Railroad, relating to the possibility of a promotion; says social life is rather limiting, to a round of golf and a dance; and asks if Uncle Frank's statement that Uncle Willie had been swindled out of most of his money. 2 sheets 18 cm folded; envelope 9 x15 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 106 New York, 22 November 1902 [from envelope]
Letter from son Reginald thanking JBH for the check; spoke to Mr. Parker, the Ellimans and the Clasons; and Rob is now living on 7th Avenue, Brooklyn. 1sheet 16 cm. folded; envelope 9 x13 cm with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 107 U. S. S. Alabama, Culetra, 23 November 1902
Letter from Frank Anderson wishing the weather were cooler in Cuba; saw Rob in New York; Mr. Greenfield and son are in Europe and hopes the lawsuit goes well; hopes Joe secures a position soon; hasn't heard from Miss Irving or Frank; and asks for Mr. Foreman's address. 1 sheet 18 cm. folded; envelope 9x12 cm. with postmarks and stamps addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland, U.S.A.

Folder 108 Devon, PA 25 November 1902
Letter from daughter-in-law Alice Hoyt asking for tickets to the "great game"'; hopes to see him at the wedding and that he can help the difficult Jessie; offers her view of Jack's and her future in a small town but hopes he can secure a position in the government; and implores him to stay in Annapolis until both she and Jack can talk to him. 3 embossed sheets 16 cm. folded and 1 sheet unfolded; envelope 9 x 13 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Baltimore, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 109 U. S. Transport Crooke bearing San Francisco 28 November 1902
Letter from son Joseph saying that he is on his way home to be mustered out of the service and is looking forward the family again. 1 blue sheet folded 17 cm. envelope 9 x 14 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Hon. James Buchanan Henry, Esq, care F. P. Freeman & Co, 49 Exchange Place, New York City; forwarded to Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 110 Devon, PA 2 December 1902
Letter from daughter-in-law Alice Hoyt saying that she will let him know as soon as Jack his orders come through; will make good use of the tickets; and will go to the wedding if asked. A sheet folded 18 cm.; envelope 9 x 14 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis Maryland.

Folder 111 Washington, Supreme Court of DC 3 December 1902
Letter from A B Hagner acknowledging receipt of interest on note; and is happy to hear that news about Dody is good and hopes he might find a place in Cuba. 1 sheet folded 20 cm.; envelope 10 x 16 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to James Buchanan Henry Esq, Maryland Hotel, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 112 Devon, PA 4 December 1902
Letter from daughter-in-law Alice Hoyt gleefully reporting that Jack is to be in Philadelphia on Monday and is eagerly anticipating the reunion.
1 embossed sheet 16 cm.; envelope 8 x 13 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 113 Devon, PA 5 December 1902
Letter from daughter-in-law Alice Hoyt agreeing that she and Joseph will meet JBH at his hotel in Philadelphia; and mentions the beautiful snow storm in the country and their opening of the town house in Philadelphia. Enclosed card in Joseph's [?] hand asking Ben to be sure that the mattress belonging to his boat be taken care of. 1 sheet folded 16 cm.; card 5 x 8 cm.; envelope 8 x 13 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 114 Technology Chambers, Boston, MA 6 December 1902
Letter from son Sidney enclosing an article from a navy journal which seems to sum up Joe's case very well; comments on the Navy's loss to Army in the big game; would like to see him before he goes to Florida; has started his first original design, a cruising yawl eighty-seven feet overall; mentions some changes in his schedule with Spanish being the only one not technical; and has been exercising with Furer. Typescript. 3 leaves 28 cm.; envelope 8 x 14 cm. with postmarks and stamps addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 115 Washington, DC [9 December 1902] from envelope.
Letter from E. P. Mallison inviting JHB to lunch with her husband and her; just had her dining room re-papered; Bess came to visit as we as two of her husband's sisters; and was disappointed in the outcome of the Army-Navy game. 1 sheet folded 16 cm.; envelope 9 x 13 cm. with postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Maryland Hotel, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 116 Technology Chambers, [Boston, MA 8 Mar 1903 from envelope]
Letter from son Sidney recounting some JBH's immediate plans; wishes he could get away to visit family but will be busy at school; school work grinds along slowly as usual; is happy Congress finally agreed to build more and bigger ships as well as increased the number of men in the Construction Corps; admits that he doesn't date his letters [including this one] but feels he does answer questions when asked of him. Typescript. 3 sheets 28 cm.; envelope 9 x 14 cm with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Granada, St. Augustine, Florida.

Folder 117 Technology Chambers, Boston, MA [12 May 1903 from envelope]
Letter from son Sidney relating that he has been "under the weather" for the last two weeks and that he hopes to finish the term without any more breaks. 1 sheet folded 21 cm. envelope 11 x 14 with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 118 South Bethlehem, PA, [24 June 1904 from envelope]
Letter from son Frank requesting that his June and July expenses be covered; thinks JBH will be at Hague and he also hopes to be there; both are well and Aunt Hatty wishes to be remembered. His report card from the second term, February 8, 1904 to June 15, 1904, enclosed. 1 sheet folded 16 cm.; enclosure 22 cm.; envelope 8 x 13 cm. with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to Buchanan Henry, Esq, c/o F. P. Freeman & Co, 25 Broad St., New York, N. Y. forwarded to Island Harbor House, Hague, Lake George, New York.

Folder 119 Schenectady, N. Y. 30 July 1904
Letter from son Sidney explaining that he has found out what he needs to know from American Express and thanks Mr. Parker for his efforts; asks for names and addresses of his Spears and other cousins in Pittsburgh since he will be there for a few days; and gives a partial itinerary for his European trip. Typescript 2 sheets 28 cm water damaged but readable; no envelope.

Folder 120 Pittsburgh, PA [12August 1904 from envelope]
Letter from Sidney reporting on the condition of Will, who is in the hospital but seeming to improve; and will be in New York in a few days. 3 sheets 24 cm; envelope 9 x 16 cm. with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Island Harbor House, Hague, Lake George, New York.

Folder 121 New York, N. Y. 10 October 1904 [Place and date from envelope]
Letter from wife Margaret G. Elliman reviewing plans for a vacation; expects her mother to be friendly if not cordial; the subsiding Mr. Parker is living in one large room in New York; she has a small lump on her eyelid; some letters seem to have gone astray, perhaps not forwarded by Bennie; Maude is visiting Mrs. Brandreth; Aunt Kitty and Lucy are with the Thompsons; has an engagement with some fraternity girls; and can hardly wait for his arrival. 2 folded sheets 17 cm; envelope with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Baltimore, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 122 Wellsville, Ohio 2 January 1905
Letter from son William expressing joy that he and Margaret are enjoying Italy and hopes to visit someday; had a family reunion in Washington with Aunt Lena, the girls, Frank, Sid, and Reg; met a friend at the Pittsburgh railroad station; in Cambridge to check of the small railroad shop; the drought has reduced the streams so much that the water is not suitable for the engines; hopes for a mild winter to aid in running the engines; Jean and Rob are settled in their apartment which Sid finds cozy; and is attending a "stag" party thrown by a good customer of the railroad and will be attended by "big bugs" such as the mayor. 2 folded sheets 16 cm folded; envelope 8 x 123 cm with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to Mr. J Buchanan Henry; c/o W. T. Turner & Co, Bankers, forwarded to Hotel Britannique, Città Italy.

Folder 122a Charlottesville, VA, [January 1905; date from context]
Letter from son Reginald congratulating his father on his choosing Margaret Elliman as his wife. 1 folded sheet 16 cm. No envelope.

Folder 123 Private Hotel, Paris 10 January 1905
Letter from [El Johnson?] lamenting missing communication, seeing a woman with thick red braids (she has red hair), hates Paris and might "dip" into northern Italy; speaks of being nervous; and praises Margaret profusely. 2 folded sheets 22 cm badly water damaged with fading and loss of text; envelope 11 x 14 cm with printed return address, postmarks and stamp addressed to Mr. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Britannique, Naples, Italy.

Folder 124 Columbia, PA 26 January 1905 [date from envelope]
Letter from son Sid to JBH thinking that JBH will be surprised to hear from Columbia; mentions Wheatland and Lititz – Wheatland is not used for growing flowers and Lititz makes the best pretzels; is happy to have nothing to do but thinks Boston is good for his health; is looking forward to his last semester in Boston but doesn't know where he will be posted; had a grand reunion in Washington with Aunt Lena, Dorothy, Eleanor, Will, Reg, and Frank; scarlet fever forced Aunt Lena to move to a new place; visited Reg and Jean at their home; has not done any work and now kept indoors by a raging blizzard going into its third day; comments on the situation in Russian but thinks the czar can handle it; and wishes good luck to Margaret. 2 sheets 15 cm folded; envelope 8 x 12 cm, postmarks but stamps removed addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan, Henry, c/o Brown, Shippley & Co, Bankers, London England forwarded to Hotel Britannique, Naples.

Folder 125 [Carerth?] Italy 28 Jan 1905 [name and year from envelope]
Letter from Cornelia Hays inviting JBH and Margaret to tea to meet her family including daughter and son-in-law. 1 sheet edged in black 18 cm; envelope edged in black with post mark and stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Britannique, Corso Victor Emanuel, Napoli.

Folder 126 [Annapolis. MD], 1 December 1904 & 30 January 1905 [place from envelope]
Letter from niece Mary expressing the family's happiness at his married to Margaret; spent two weeks in New York with Marian, the Mendell families, Rob and his wife; "Aunt Alice"; mentions the blizzards; is caught up in all the festivities at the Naval Academy including the graduation ceremonies and ball; his friends are asking of him; his post card and arrived and aroused envy; Pru Rident and Mr. Dagure will marry at Easter; among the family Alice is coming soon, Eliza likes kindergarten, and Mary Dau is "gay as ever"; Mr. Framley, the new assistant is working out well; missed not seeing Reg and Sid. 2 sheets 17 cm; envelope 9 x 14 cm with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Hotel Britannique, Naples, Italy.

Folder 127 Eagle Hotel, Bethlehem, PA 13 February 1905 [year from envelope]
Letter from son Frank explaining in depth his grades for the term; is looking forward to graduation; has been a severe winter but he is well; is changing hotels for the next term; spent a short vacation with Rob and Fran and was joined by Sid and Will; visited the Ellimans, who enjoy JBH's letters; and Aunt Hatty sends regards but is nervous and "a little broken down." 3 sheets16 cm folded; envelope 9 x 13 cm with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to Buchanan Henry, Esq, c/o W. I. Turner & Co, Bankers, Napes, Italy forward to Hotel Britannique, Città.

Folder 128 Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, PA. 10 February 1905
Report card of F. A. Henry for the first term. See scan. 1 sheet 23 cm.; envelope 9 x 17 cm. addressed to Mr. J. B. Henry, C/o F. P Freeman & Co, 22 Broad St., New York, N. Y., forward to Born Shipin [?] London, England, forwarded to Hotel Britannique, Naples.

Folder 129 South Bethlehem, PA 20 Mar 1905.
Envelope apparently from son Frank addressed to Buchanan Henry, Esq, c/o W. I. Turner & Co, Bankers, Naples, Italy forward to Hotel Britannique, Città.

Folder 130 Devon, PA 10 November 1905
Letter from Alice Hoyt offering an alternate to the wording to be placed on the tomb of husband Joseph Nicholson Henry. 2 sheets, 1 folded 16 cm; no envelope.

Folder 131 U. S. Naval Yard, Mare Island, CA 15 November 1905 [date from envelope]
Letter from son Sidney containing news of Will; has been living with Aunt Lena while his room is repapered; days are too short now to ride the horse Jim left him; likes many things about Mare Island, but thinks San Francisco is "not all it's cracked up to be"; is getting restless being in a place for more than six months; a large graduating class next year could cause a major shuffle in personnel; and misses home and sends love to Margaret. 1 sheet 20 cm with some staining; envelope 8 x 14 cm with printed return address Construction and Repair, Mare Island, Cal. and Navy Department as franking, postmarks addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 132 [Italy?] [1905]
Letter from Marian Bill sending him a newspaper and wishing him a good trip. 1 card 7 x 11 cm [Translation by Google from hard-to-read hand].

Folder 133 South Bethlehem, PA 17 Feb 1906 [date from envelope]
Letter from son Frank explaining his poor grade in laboratory; thinks he will graduate and find a "fairly good" job; a house burned; and Aunt Hattie sends her love. 1 folded sheet 17 cm; envelope 9 x 13 cm with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to Buchanan Henry, Esq Hotel Valencia, St Augustine, Fla. Both letter and envelope have water damage in right corner.

Folder 134 Malabang, 19 January 1906
Letter from son James commenting on the growth of his daughter; life is slow but surprisingly cool for being so near the equator except the sun is hot; have their own house now; has had very little mail; will send a picture of daughter; time here is short and the family should be returning home soon. 5 sheets 21 cm; envelope 8 x 16 cm addressed to J. Buchanan Henry Esq c/o F. P. Freeman & Co 25 Broad St., New York, New York; forwarded to Hotel Valencia, Palm Beach, Fla. [St. Augustine]

Folder 135 U. S. Navy Yard, Mare Island, CA 30 September 1906
Letter from son Sidney philosophizing about a family's growing up and living their own lives, thinks JBH did a great job of raising the family; would like to attend Will's wedding, but cannot; seems resigned to life in the Navy. 1 folded sheet 20 cm; envelope 10 x 13 cm with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, c/o Hallowell & Henry, 52 [Bender ?] St, New York, N. Y. forwarded to Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 136 US Navy Yard, Mare Island, CA 27 January 1907
Letter from son Sidney apologizing for not writing sooner and bemoans the lack of social activity at the base though the Charleston gave some relief; is glad Congress provided funds for building ship but regrets no pay raises except for Congress; relates what news he has from the family including Will and May; Rob and Jean, Jim, Elizabeth, Dorothy, Uncle Frank; and misses the East very much. 2 folded sheets 16 cm; envelope 8x13 cm with postmarks but stamps removed addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, c/o Brown, Shipley & Co, 123 Pall Mall, London, England forwarded to Hotel Times, Taormina, Sicily.

Folder 137 Hotel Lincoln, Columbus OH 25 February 1907 [date from envelope]
Letter from son William relating that Mary is visiting her ill mother in Atlanta; hopes to meet Jesse Love Freeman while she is in town; has been traveling on business; Reginald will soon earn is M. D. degree; asks to borrow some furniture when they buy a house; and the governments obstructions hinder building the new rail road. 2 folded sheets 17 cm; envelope 9 x 12 cm with postmarks and two loose stamps addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, c/o Brown, Shipley & Co, 123 Pall Mall, London, England, forwarded to Villa Cercola, Capri, Italy.

Folder 138 1818 H Street Washington, D C 30 May 1907
Letter from ABH remarking on the postcard Margaret sent and how it reminds him of a place in Italy he visited; Sophie May has been ill; Frank's [?] wife is quite ill; Howard Laudell has been ill; met [?] Anderson; female relatives have been helping out; McLaren has been here; and Frank [Bleko?] died and JBH should visit his widow in London. 1 folded sheet 13 cm; envelope 10 x 13 cm with postmarks but stamps removed addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Brown, Shipley & Co, 123 Pall Mall, London. Mailed from Luzern [handwriting very cramped]

Folder 139 179 Marcy Ave, Brooklyn, NY 15 April 1907
Letter from son Frank giving account of his recent activities; has seen Rob and Jean; saw Lal and Mrs. White and daughter; saw Will and May and they are happy about their house in Columbus; won't be at the lake this summer; Mrs. Irving died; John Irving probably died; congratulates him on his 75th birthday. 1 folded sheet 17 cm; envelope 9 x 14 cm addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, c/o Brown, Shipley & Co., Pall Mall, London, England, forwarded to Chez Crédit Lyonnais, Monte Carlo.

Folder 140 52 Beaver St., New York, NY 20 September 1907 [date from envelope]
Letter from son Reginald telling of his immediate plans to secure a temporary position in a hospital to help him gain seniority when he enters the navy. 1 sheet 14 x 21 cm; envelope 17 x 9 cm with postmark but stamp removed and water damage in right left corner addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Island Harbor House, Hague on Lake George, New York.

Folder 141 93 Madison Ave, [New York, NY] 1 November 1907
Letter from Mary H. Richardson, praising her god-son Sidney; thanking JBH for all his kindness; and wishes the family well. [handwriting very shaky] 1 folded sheet 16 cm with water damage at top and bottom of sheet; envelope 13 x 9 cm with no postmarks and no stamp with water damage across the top addressed to Mr. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland.

Folder 142 903 N Flores St., San Antonio [TX] After 7 September 1907
Letter from T (a military officer) detailing his medical problems including malaria and pending operations from war wounds; hopes that the present doctor is better than that of the Governor of Barataria (either a mythical island in Don Quixote or a place in Louisiana) recounts several stories of his war years including being defrauded by an accountant to obtain a commission in the army, a gambler and drinker who finally commits suicide, and a fraudulent telegram sent to President Lincoln asking for General McClellan to be replaced; attacks all Jews and accuses President Theodore Roosevelt and Secretary of War Taft of being Jews in the ways they handle their offices: Roosevelt for wasting public money on the Panama Canal and Taft for doing nothing; and prefers Foracker (former Republican governor of Ohio and a member of Congress). 2 folded sheets 18 cm one an invitation; no envelope.

Folder 142a [Annapolis, MD] from context, 25 November 1907 [year from context]
Note from Elizabeth W. Randall inviting JBH to Thanksgiving dinner; and her father is looking forward to seeing him. 1 folded sheet 16 cm; envelope 8 x 13 cm, no postmark or stamp addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland.

Folder 143 Fort Snelling, MN 16 February 1908
Letter from daughter-in-law Mary McClaughry Henry to JBH apologizing for not having written for a while; acknowledging the receipt of items from the estate of Joe but hesitating to wear any of the jewelry; asks that he and Margaret use the money he was to purchase silver for them on a trip to Minnesota; asks about the owners of two locks of hair in lockets; and enclosing a list of 19 items in the estate. 2 sheets, 17 cm 1 folded, some water damage; envelope with water damage 9 x 154 cm with postmarks but stamp removed addressed to Mr. James Buchanan Henry, Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland, forwarded to Breakers and then to Hibiscus, Palm Beach, Florida.
Folder 144 U. S. Navy Yard, Mare Island, CA 17 December 1908
Letter from son Sidney providing details of the launching of large ship and the ptomaine poisoning following the ceremony; he was one of the thousand who were sick for a week; his family is getting ready for Christmas and "the fat boy," his four-month old son, is an excellent child. 2 folded sheets 20 cm with some water damage; envelope 9 x 15 cm with postmark but stamp removed and water damage at bottom addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Md.

Folder 145 Fort Snelling, MN 10 January 1909
Letter from son James thanking him for the Christmas presents; will take his leave soon and start traveling soon to Leavenworth to visit the McClaughrys and then head east, reaching Annapolis as spring arrives; and dislikes the winter in Minnesota intensely.
1 folded sheet 17 cm with some water damage; envelope 9 x 14 with postmarks but stamp removed, some water damage.

Folder 146 New York, NY [13 March] [no year]
Letter from son Robert delineating in detail his proposal to go to the Alaskan gold fields to make his fortune and asking JHB for financial backing in the venture. 3 folded pages 22 cm water damage in middle and bottom of sheets resulting in some loss of text; no envelope.

Folder 147 Germantown, PA Wednesday [Sep 26] [date from envelope]
Letter from Clementina Pleasonton promising him to send him a budget soon; hopes Harriet will have a pleasant trip and hopes to visit when she gets back; will attend a party for an old classmate, the daughter of Dr. Randolph who married a son of John Wister; [Freing ?] & the Adluntis have left town on their way to Chile. 1 folded sheet 18 cm; envelope 7 x 20 cm with postmark and broken seal addressed to Mr. James B Henry, Esq, Care of Hon. James Buchanan, Wheatland, near Lancaster, Penna.

Folder 148 Greensburgh PA 27 Dec
Letter from Mary [Kenna] to JBH consoling him on his loss by exhorting him to rely on God, relatives, and friends for support; people including Mrs. Coulter, Aunt Till, Elizabeth; James was in town and had offers on a house; Mrs. Contes took some books; some pastors were there; Mr. Campbell and Mr. Penn send their regards; some items "went beyond their value" [Was this a sale of JGH's house after the death of Mary?]; Mr. Ogle, Mr. Marsh, and General Ross "a classmate of Mr. Buchanan's" caused some gossip; mentions Elizabeth, Mrs. Coulter, and the Harrison family; [parts of letter missing, making summarizing difficult]. 1 folded sheet, 25 cm, very faded with mold and water damage and sections of last two pages wanting.

Folder 149 930 N. Flores Street, San Antonio, TX, Saturday [no date].
Letter from T (a military officer) offering bitter commentary on the activities of Theodore Roosevelt; and asking advice on the stock of Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe which he is hesitant to recommend to others. 2 lined sheets 28 x 7 cm, very faded with watermarks; no envelope.

Folder 150 Wednesday, Jan 4 [1860] [date from envelope]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson, who misses him very much; her health seems to be improving; Aunt Mary [Euckie?] went to the literary society, and Annie is still there; all three had a lively time; Mary Esther is engaged to Rev. Pruett from New York; Lizzie Spencer called; hopes her sister Sally will visit; will go to Philadelphia with Aunt Louisa; and insists that he take care of his cold. 1folded sheet 20 cm; no envelope.

Folder 151 Saratoga Springs, N.Y 16 June [1863] [date from envelope]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing delight that he arrived in New York safely; has several ailments but under treatment; requests some remedies not available at home; doesn't like Mrs. Kavendish; baby & Elizabeth are well; asks that he write a letter for Elizabeth to sign updating her relatives; Mrs. Van Buren is prescribing for her; asks to apprise Dr. Anderson of her condition; and there is a 'mysterious couple in the house." 1 folded sheet 16 cm; envelope 7 x 9 cm addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, 14 Wall St., New York, postmark and small bit of stamp.

Folder 152 Saratoga Springs, NY 18 June [1863] [year from envelope]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson looking forward to his return; is short of breath while walking but hopes to feel better as Mr. Peirce suggests; is trying to accept he long-term illness; Dody is sweet; is weary of hearing local Republicans, Mrs. McCauley, Mrs. Benson, and Mrs. V. B., criticizing Democrats especially Mr. Buchanan and Mr. Valandyham; and her mother sends her love. 1 sheet 20 cm; envelope 6 x 14 cm postmark, no stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Essq,14 Wall St, New York; both water stained causing ink to run.

Folder 153 Saratoga Springs, NY 19 June [1863] [year from envelope]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson saying she is very weak and has to be carried from room to room; doesn't visit friends too often; mentions the Rowlands and Mrs. McCauley, Dody, and Mama. 1 sheet 20 cm; envelope 6 x 14 cm with postmark and stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Essq,14 Wall St, New York; both water stained causing ink to run.

Folder 154 Saratoga Springs, NY 20 June [1863] [year from envelope]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson detailing her and her mother's decision to select a new doctor, leaving Dr. Perry for Dr. Van Buren; Mr. Rowland approved; Mrs. Van Buren has been "kindness itself"' she feels better knowing more about the condition of her lungs. 1 folded sheet20 cm with slight water stains; envelope with post mark and stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, 14 Wall Street, New York.

Folder 155 Saratoga Springs, NY 23 June [1863] date from envelope]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson praising the local doctor for his attention; Mama & Dody are busy. 1 folded sheet 20 cm with some water damage at fold; envelope 6 x 14 cm with postmark but stamp removed addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., 14 Wall Street, New York.

Folder 156 [Saratoga Springs, NY 24 June 1863] [place and date from context]
Letter from Eliza A Hagner Nicholson expressing alarm and at the condition of Mary and implores him to come as soon as possible. 1 sheet 20 cm; slight water damage; no envelope.

Folder 157 [Saratoga Spring, NY June 1863] [place and date from context]
Letter from Eliza A Hagner Nicholson relating that his letter telling her to do what she thought best arrived before the one telling her not to change anything; recounts her note to Dr. Perry and his response; after examination he thinks her lungs are much worse than they were when Dr. Clarke examined her; and her stomach needs attention. 1 sheet 20 cm; moderate water damage; no envelope.

Folder 158 [no place, [c1861] [year from age of child]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson saying that she has gotten over homesickness and likes Mr. Prunett and his aunt now; asks that potatoes, apples, butter, and maple syrup be sent down; Mary Esker is much improved after marrying the minister Mr. Pannel, whose sermon lacked content but had great delivery; has invited them to Staten Island; Bucky is keeping her busy but isn't walking yet; hopes Bridget and Annie leave her some grapes; and is angry with Mr. Shaftz for misdirecting Aunt Lue's letter to her when he knows Uncle Peter is at home. 1 folded sheet 20 cm ; no envelope.

Folder 159 Stamford 14 September [1861] [year from perpetual calendar]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson lamenting her homesickness and husband sickness along with Bucky's toilet training; fears her father might be arrested in Baltimore during the racial demonstrations; the Penewalts have a boring aunt; is concerned that Bucky's crying at night will disturb others; Susanne is fine; Mary Esker refuses to take care of herself; and wants to see him but wants him to rest. 1 folded sheet 20 cm; envelope 8 x 14 cm with postmark and stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Bolton, P. O., Warren County, New York.

Folder 160 [no place, 1860] [year from context]
Letter from Mary Hagner Nicholson expressing sorrow over his sickness and will come in needed; vehemently asks that he now invite JB to Bucky's christening since JB was so opposed to the marriage that none of her family want to see him; the McKims want to stop by; and will leave the matter in his hands. 2 sheets, 1 folded 21 cm; envelope 7 x 13 cm with stamp and postmark addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq, 14 Wall St., New York.

Folder 161 [no place, 1859] [year from context]
Two notes from Mary Hagner Nicholson, the first saying her cold is much better and she is sorry he has had a terrible day; will be attending an exhibition to which she really does not wish to go, and she misses him very much; the second discussing directions to his groomsman and the sending of wedding invitations. 2 sheets 17 cm; envelope 8 x14 cm, with stamp in left right addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., 142 Broadway, New York.

Folder 162 [Stapleton? c.1874] [place and year from context]
Letter from Louisa Anderson thinking she will write only a few lines, Mr. Pummett could not be with him because he has gone to Saratoga; Dr. Anderson is busy visiting Mrs. Duer and others and Frankie is taking care of other patients; Miss Dix said that her brother and his wife went of a trip with General Woodruff; Bridget reports via letter that she is still with the Hagners and that Dody is doing well in school, and hers & JBH's baby is getting another tooth. 1 folded sheet 21 cm with some water damage and loss of text; no envelope.

Folder 163 Stapleton 3 July [ca.1874] [year from context]
Letter from Louisa Anderson wishing to come home to be with JBH, but wants his opinion; comments on Joseph, Dody, and Frank. 1 folded sheet 18 cm extremely water damaged; envelope 7 x 11 cm partially lacking, remainder badly faded, address not legible.

Folder 164 Stapleton 2 March 1875 [Year from context]
Letter from Louisa Anderson expressing delight in receiving his letters from Bermuda; is uncertain of his plans and replies to some of his comments; Dody is getting along well; baby is not talking any better, but is sleeping without his bottle; Mr. Wright nor Mr. Gray will be pastor of their church, she thinks Mr. Hollingsworth will be; Mrs. Punnett does not want to move to California but would like to stay among friends; the Outerbridges had taken the Hogedorn's house; the Despards are going to Brooklyn; the Proudfoots are have difficulty with Johnnie; has written to Alice; Virginia Dasidge has offended the Roosevelts and Frank is dropping her; and the Camerons might go to the islands. 3 folded black-boarded sheets 17 cm badly water and mold stained; no envelope

Folder 165 [Stapleton 18 October 1871] [place and date from context]
Letter from Louisa Anderson describing the inefficiencies in the mail from Long Island to New York; Frank travels to New York; Mrs. R and Ellie recently visited; the October weather is delightful; had a note from Susie; other comments unreadable.
1 folded monogrammed sheet 19 cm badly water stained with text lost; no envelope.

Folder 166 Stapleton 11 October [1871] [year from context and envelope]
Letter from Louisa Anderson wondering where his letter is; attended a function which included Gertrude R. and Mr. & Mrs. Prunett among others; Sidney has left; and Susie hasn't visited. 1 folded sheet 18 cm badly water stained with some text wanting; envelope 7 x 12 cm with postmark and addressed obscured.

Folder 167 Stapleton 13 August [1879[ [year from context]
Letter from Louisa Anderson waiting to forward letters, one from Randy Hagner, until she knows his address; her father is worse and Aunt Sidney is depressed; children are happy but Amelia wishes to accept another position; Colonel Thompson sent the proposed article, but Frank is opposed to publishing it; Willie wishes him a pleasant cruise; and sends love to Dody. 1 folded sheet monogrammed 17 cm; no envelope.

Folder 168 Stapleton 14 August [1879] [year from context]
Letter from Louisa Anderson saying she will send her letters; her father is better but Aunt Sidney is about the same; laments her station to be around depressed people, but she and Frank are trying to be cheerful; Frank's practice is busy but not very lucrative; Mrs. Greenfield visits daily but is going to Lake George; the Misses Rhind drop by; Miss Kellogg is teaching the children manners, but Willie is reluctant to learn; is hiring a new girl for the month on Mrs. Mackenzie's recommendation; send two letters and the article, all recommend should not be published; Frank has enough patients but their medical problems are routine; and sends love to Dody. 1 folded sheet 20 cm; no envelope.

Folder 169 Stapleton 18 August [1879] [year from context]
Letter from Louisa Anderson expressing surprise that he was not in Newport; both her father and Aunt Sidney are still the same; looking forward to Belle's visit; Frank's patients keep him very busy; Mr. Heutgen will straighten out the affairs at the Gazette; children are well, baby is teething and Robby has stopped crying; Mrs. Kellogg and Amelia need to be paid; and there was a case of yellow fever on Staten Island. 1 folded leaf 21 cm, slightly damaged; envelope 8 x 13 cm with five postmarks but stamp removed addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Yacht "Cricket", Newport, Rhode Island, forwarded to Parker House, New Bedford, Mass.

Folder 170 Stapleton 19 August [1879] [year from context]
Letter from Louisa Anderson wondering when he will be in Newport; her father, Aunt Sidney, and the children are the same; Aunt Sidney is happy Belle is to visit; the Greenfields are at Lake George and the Robbins and Lows sail on Thursday. 1 folded sheet 20 cm; no envelope.

Folder 171 Stapleton 22 August [1879] [year from context]
Letter from Louisa Anderson happy to finally get a letter and that he had weathered the storm even if the yacht were damaged; Cousin William thinks they should not sell the Canal Street property until the Turnell story next door is sold, and he advises against buying that store or any other property until finding out how the Turnell property is changed; Frank says they are being sued over agricultural implement, but hopes to postpone action because of Dr. Anderson's will health; otherwise all is well. 1 folded sheet 20 cm, some water staining; no envelope.

Folder 172 Stapleton [27 September 1872] [date from envelope, year from perpetual calendar]
Letter from Louisa Anderson discussing difficulty getting letters to the post office; people on Staten Island and in Annapolis seem to know their "affairs" but all are kind; her father likes to hear about things agricultural; her mother is sick; the Proudfoots are due back from Annapolis shortly and Susie had a good time. 1 folded sheet 18 cm, some staining; envelope 7 x 12 cm with postmark and stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq., Annapolis, Maryland. Some staining and slight loss of text.

Folder 173 Stapleton 10 July [1879] [date from context]
Letter from Louisa Anderson debating at length whether she should attempt to travel to Lake George since she is still nursing because a wet nurse is very expensive and the milk might not agree with the baby and her father advises against making the journey; Jamie is well and Jamie's photograph is enclosed; Dr. Eccleston misses JBH from church, comments on all the boys and said that Mrs. Courtenay had her fourth set of twins; wonders if the Keasaye had been ordered home; and sends love to Dody.

Folder 174 Stapleton 12 November 1873 [date from envelope, context, and perpetual calendar]
Letter from Louisa Anderson expressing sorrow over Mrs. Magruder's accident; Louisa is gaining strength and the baby [William] is doing well; Mrs. Pennelt paid a visit; Elizabeth is not good at finding a nurse because she sent a 19-year-old girl from another country who had been with Mrs. Outerbridge; doesn't want to hire a woman who will leave after a brief time; asks him to find a woman in Annapolis and she wouldn't mind " a nice looking light-colored woman" but not "a great big black woman." Rest of letter wanting. 1 folded sheet 21 cm. lightly water stained; envelope 7 x 13 cm edged in black with postmark addressed to James Buchanan Henry, Esq. [Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland extremely faded]

Folder 175 Stapleton July [4] [day from envelope]
Letter from Louisa Anderson text not readable because of extreme water damage, mold, and wanting text. Second sheet apparently wanting. 1 folded sheet 21 cm; envelope 7 x 13 cm with postmark and stamp addressed to J. Buchanan Henry, Esq. [rest of address obscured]

Folder 176 West Chester Pa il 13 di Agusto
Letter from M. B. Moses in Italian. Google would not translate.

Folder 177 November 1902 [date from context]
Letter from Reginald Henry reporting that he spent some time with Uncle Frank on the Alabama shortly before it sailed; comments on Joe's being mustered out of service; wonders if Lal has heard; says much is happening on the exchange; Will was there for a couple off days; Jessie Granges in engaged to Waller (a former member of the Maryland legislature), who deserves her; Elise will probably be next; and the pin from Tiffany's arrived and has been cleaned "first rate." 1 folded sheet 17 cm. no envelope.

Folder 178 18 Parsons Ave, Columbus Ohio 7 November 1908 [date from envelope and context]
Letter from William Henry saying that they are settling in for the winter; has heard nothing from Jim and Mary; that Major Murray is now Lieutenant Colonel and commandant at the local post; approves of Reg's position at the hospital; describes his recent 1500-mile inspection trip on the railroads; the company is economizing; hopes Rob has not been affected by the downturn in business; hopes to get to the Army-Navy game and that he and Margaret visit soon. 2 folded leaves 18 cm badly water stained but little loss of text; envelope 9 x 14 cm with postmark and stamp removed addressed to Mr. J. Buchanan Henry, Hotel Maryland, Annapolis, Maryland, badly water stained.

Folder 179 ca 1906 [date from context]
Letter from William Henry acknowledging receipt of two letters and will; comments on James's new-born daughter; will be in New York to visit Jean and Rob; the railroad business is running smoothly; will move because George Le Boutiller needs the house; his loss of hair has been greatly exaggerated though the fever did claim some; and attended dinner with doctors at the hospital where earlier JBH met the man who conned William out of $5.00.

Folder 180 Manzarrillo, Cuba ca 1900
Letter from Joseph Henry happy to get Christmas greetings; reports that his physical condition is excellent except for contracting a fever; the diseases in Cuba are less severe than in the Philippines; mentions the excellent record of his regiment; life is primitive and he is the only one with a room, even if in the hospital; hopes to be transferred to Washington before the trip to Italy; thinks Reg will be all right and wises well to all the boys. 1 folded sheet 26 cm. Badly water stained with loss of text.

Folder 181 No place, no date
Envelope 6 x 10 cm addressed to Miss Mary Nicholson at Cap. Ingraham's

 
Groff: Clyde Groff’s Research, Series 2 Subject Files
August 20, 2015

Call Number: MG-682, Series 2

12 boxes     662 folders, 14 rolled items     15 cubic feet  

Repository: LancasterHistory.org (Organization); PV7

Shelving Location: Archives South, Side 13

Scope and Content Note: This collection contains the genealogy and local history research of Clyde Groff (1920-1998), as well as the related correspondence. Mr. Groff was a well-known Lancaster County genealogist and historian. The genealogy research is organized alphabetically by surname. The local history research is organized by subject, and includes property research, correspondence and family charts.

Creator: Groff, Clyde L.

System of Arrangement: The collection is arranged into two series:

Series 1 Surname Files (genealogy research)

Series 2 Subject Files (local history research)

Conditions for Access: No restrictions.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language: English

Source of Acquisition: Gift of Ruth Groff (1920-2014).

Custodial History (Provenance): The collection came to LancasterHistory.org in several sections from about 2000-2012. The collection was surveyed and organized in 2012.

Accruals: No further accruals are expected.

Preferred Citation:Clyde Groff’s Research (MG-682), Series 2, Box #, Folder #, LancasterHistory.org

Subject Headings:

Groff, Clyde L. (LHo-LOC n 78061357)

Genealogy.

History -- research.

Letters.

Related Materials: See also the photograph collections.

Processing History: Box list prepared by SM, 2015. Finding aid was created following DACS conventions.

 

Series 2 Subject Files

Box 1

Folder 1 About Clyde

Folder 2 DR Story.

Folder 3 Hamilton Rights.

Folder 4 Talk at Berkley Sprs.

Folder 5 My Remarks on 5th Amendment.

Folder 6 Who’s Who in Genealogy.

Folder 7 Indian Dig 1979. First Mill LCHS.

Folder 8 Clyde. LIP

Folder 9 Clyde Groff. Runs for Office 1974 – 1975.

Folder 10 Article by Clyde Groff. Some Early Tradesmen. Hawkins, Henry.

Folder 11 Hindman. Article by Clyde Groff.

Folder 12 C.L.G.’s “Germans or French Huguenets”. 1966. Article by Clyde Groff.

Folder 13 Clyde’s work. Publications and articles.

Folder 14 Clyde Groff. Book “They called it Strasburg”.

Folder 15 Groff. Radical Historians.

Folder 16 Various organizations.

Folder 17 Various

Folder 18 Organizations, clubs and publications.

Folder 19 Tom Two Arrows. Article by Clyde Groff.

Folder 20 Bart Self Culture. Article by Clyde Groff.

Folder 21 Brickerville House. Lawton Brickerville. Article by Clyde Groff

Folder 22 Now. Clyde Groff.

Folder 23 Now.

Folder 24 June. July. 1996.

Folder 25 Various letters.

Folder 26 May. June. 1996.

Folder 27 Persons.

Folder 28 26 June Talk.

Folder 29 Clyde Groff. Various.

Folder 30 Misc. subjects.

Folder 31 Misc. Susanna Connally.

Folder 32 Misc.

Folder 33 Misc. subject.

Folder 34 Abbeyville

Folder 35 Abee Reunion 1987

Folder 36 Adamstown E. Main St.

Folder 37 ADS. Lanc. Co.

Folder 38 Amish

Folder 39 Amish Tell 1981

Folder 40 Architecture. P.J. Stoner.

Folder 41 Architecture. Houses. Balmer.

Folder 42 Architecture.Snyder, John J. Jr. Wilmington, DE.

Folder 43 The Ark. 12/18/90. Carolyn Eldridge of Paradise.

Folder 44 Articles

Folder 45 Article by Jim Kinter

 

Box 2

Folder 46 Bartshire

Folder 47 Coleman Bible

Folder 48 Brackbill Bible

Folder 49 Bicentennial. Congress Crossing.

Folder 50 Black History

Folder 51 Black History 1980

Folder 52 Will. Bowman. Bowmansville.

Folder 53 Museum of Historic Vehicles, Inc. Boyertown.

Folder 54 Brenner, David A.

Folder 55 Brick Barns

Folder 56 Bridge – Covered in PA.

Folder 57 Brunnerville Hotel

Folder 58 Cemeteries

Folder 59 Cemetery. Gehman, Marie Peer.

Folder 60 Cemetery. Nissley.

Folder 61 Lancaster Cemetery

Folder 62 Cemetery search. Kinsey, Fred.

Folder 63 Eby/Shirk Cemetery

Folder 64 Zion Reformed Church Cemetery. Strasburg.

Folder 65 Cemetery

Folder 66 Cemetery

Folder 67 Lancaster Cemetery

Folder 68 Shreiner/Concord Cemetery

Folder 69 Strasburg Mennonite Church Cemetery

Folder 70 St. Michael’s Cemetery. Strasburg.

Folder 71 Ginder Cemetery

Folder 72 Stroh’s Cemetery Records

Folder 73 Zion’s or Stone Valley Luteran and Reformed Church records. Lower Mahonoy Twp. Northumberland Co. PA

Folder 74 Champion Blower & Forge Company

Folder 75 Charming Forge. Everline at Charming.

Folder 76 Christiana

Folder 77 Christiana Riot. By Smedley. 1983. Emerson, Ken.

Folder 78 Christiana Riot

Folder 79 Christiana Riot

Folder 80 Hill Church of Conestoga

Folder 81 First Pres. Church

Folder 82 Church Records. Trinity Tulpenhocken Ref.

Folder 83 Trinity Tulpenhocken Church Records

Folder 84 Williams, Fred. Church research.

Folder 85 Dutch Church

Folder 86 Heller’s Church

Folder 87 Bergstrasse Church. Rudisill.

Folder 88 West, Shirley. Church.

Folder 89 Thompson, Mrs. John. Church.

Folder 90 Snow Hill Monastical Society. Hawbaker, Gary.

Folder 91 Conestoga Mennonite Church. 4 – 6 June, 1982.

Folder 92 Seldomridge. History Zeltenreich Church.

Folder 93 Middle Octorata United Presbyterian Church

Folder 94 Muddy Creek Church

Folder 95 Muddy Run Presbyterian Church

Folder 96 Glatfelter & Hill Church – 1980

Folder 97 Reformed Mennonite Church. Bishop Fisher.

Folder 98 Conestogoe Brethern Church

Folder 99 Reformed Church of Hinke

Folder 100 Zion. N. Prov. Church.

Folder 101 Old Zion Church

Folder 102 Weiser, Rev. Fred. Hanover, PA 2/25/1977. Church.

Folder 103 Evangelical Lutheran Ministerium Church History

Folder 104 Thayer, Stuart. Circus.

Folder 105 Clearfield Co. and Railroad

Folder 106 Clock. Zahm.

Folder 107 Columbia

Folder 108 Canba

Folder 109 Canba. Columbia Ave. Neighborhood.

Folder 110 Ammon, Christine. Columnist.

 

Box 3

Folder 111 Organization. Community historians.

Folder 112 Community Historians 1971 field trip.

Folder 113 Community Historians

Folder 114 Community Historians

Folder 115 Concerned Citizens of Lancaster

Folder 116 Conservancy, Lancaster County

Folder 117 Con. (Conestoga) Stamp

Folder 118 Conestoga River. Rebman, Earl.

Folder 119 Congress in Lancaster

Folder 120 Susanna Howard Paterson Ewing Connally. 1753

Folder 121 Coopersville. Bart Twp.

Folder 122 Cope, Thomas. Diary.

Folder 123 Court of Quarter Sessions

Folder 124 Reis, Mike. Dams. Mills.

Folder 125 Marietta Deeds

Folder 126 U – Deed. Barton, Thomas. Manheim Township. 1772.

Folder 127 Hans. Earl. Deed.

Folder 128 Deed. George Groff for Strasburg Tavern.

Folder 129 Deed – Georgetown Lot # 1 Lancaster.

Folder 130 Democratic Party. Rubin, Peggy.

Folder 131 Democratic Party

Folder 132 Demuth Foundation

Folder 133 Demuth

Folder 134 Distillery Property. Michter’s Inc.

Folder 135 Docents. April 1 & 2.

Folder 136 Tax. Doeegal. (Donegal?) Rapho.

Folder 137 Donegal Society (?) Glassie, Henry.

Folder 138 Donegal Society

Folder 139 Downing’s Mill. Bart.

Folder 140 Drumore Township Tour

Folder 141 Duffield House

Folder 142 Lancaster Echoes. (Green folder)

Folder 143 Elk. Heintitsh, John with John Keller info eldest ELK.

Folder 144 Elks

Folder 145 Embalming

Folder 146 Ephrata Cloister

Folder 147 Ephrata cloister. Kraft, John L.

Folder 148 Ephrata Mountain Spring Hotel

Folder 149 Ephrata. Spohn.

Folder 150 Erb Cemeteries. Long, Charles.

Folder 151 Evangelical & Reformed Historical Society

Folder 152 Evangelical & Reformed Historical Society. United Church of Christ.

Folder 153 Evangelical & Reformed Historical Society

Folder 154 Federation of Genealogical Societies. Palam.

Folder 155 Fellowship of Brethern Genealogists.

Folder 156 Object to loan. Ferguson, Cyrus B.

Folder 157 Ferree. 1747 House built by Abraham Ferree.

Folder 158 Films!

Folder 159 First settlement. Lancaster County.

Folder 160 “Five Herr”

Folder 161 Flag House Baltimore

Folder 162 Fraktur

Folder 163 Judge Walter Franklin

Folder 164 Franklin & Marshall

Folder 165 Fulton House SLCHS

Folder 166 Fulton Opera House

Folder 167 Frey. Misc.

Folder 168 Gaelic American Society. McCauley, Ken.

Folder 169 Gaelic American Society

Folder 170 “German Rudy Immigrants”

Folder 171 German Mercenaries from Ansbach & Bayreuth

Folder 172 German Regiment. 1776. 1781.

Folder 173 Gamber & Crossgate. Grave Concern?

Folder 174 Murray Inc. Crossgate. Grave Concern.

Folder 175 Green Tree Inn

Folder 176 Grider home?

Folder 177 Groundhog Six

Folder 178 Baker. Gunsmiths.

Folder 179 Gunsmiths at Comm. of Safety

Folder 180 C. L. G.’s Gunsmiths

 

Box 4

Folder 181 Haldeman Mansion

Folder 182 Haldeman Mansion

Folder 183 Haldeman after U of Penn. Museum. 8/18/82.

Folder 184 Haldeman Society – S. S. Haldeman. 8/4/80. Locust Grove.

Folder 185 Haldeman, Samuel S. The American Scholar.

Folder 186 Henry Haldeman on S. S. Haldeman

Folder 187 Hamilton Club property

Folder 188 Site. Hamilton Club.

Folder 189 Hand (Brigadier General Edward Hand)

Folder 190 Hand. Rockford.

Folder 191 Hanover Junction (manilla envelope)

Folder 192 Hartman, Underhill & Brubaker business

Folder 193 Hawbaker, Gary. Field trip.

Folder 194 Henckel Bulletin

Folder 195 Heritage Center

Folder 196 Hans Herr. Netherton Cliff.

Folder 197 Herr. Wenger, J. C. Goshen.

Folder 198 Herr House

Folder 199 Hans Herr Myth. 1982.

Folder 200 Hans Herr Myth. Five Herrs.

Folder 201 Herr Myth

Folder 202 Hans Herr

Folder 203 Hans Herr. Friesen, Steven.

Folder 204 Hans Herr Myth. Weiser, Fred.

Folder 205 Hans Herr Myth. Mowery. Frey.

Folder 206 Herr Property. Shaub info. Mrs. Park Edwards. 100 S. Dec. Stras.

Folder 207 Hans Herr Myth. Stotzfus, Grant.

Folder 208 Hans Herr. Banta, Bob.

Folder 209 Herr Myth. Koerner, Mrs. Elmer.

Folder 210 Hans Herr

Folder 211 Hans Herr. Coughenour, Dwayne.

Folder 212 Hans Herr. Prof. Sternberg. F & M.

Folder 213 Hans Herr Letters

Folder 214 Property Christian Herr. Brackbill, Martin.

Folder 215 Christian Herr House

Folder 216 Hans Herr

Folder 217 Hans Herr. L.C.H.S. 1960 Tour of Herr.

Folder 218 Hans Herr. Hans of Manor. 1766. Judge Grove.

Folder 219 Hans Herr. Brackbill, Martin H. South St. Harrisburg. 171.

Folder 220 Hans Herr. Brackbill, M. H. My first letter to him. 21 Jan. 1965. 26 Jan. 1965.

Folder 221 Martin Brackbill on Hans Herr

Folder 222 Hans Herr. Wenger on Herr & Landis

Folder 223 Hans Herr. Brackbill to Kinter. 1970.

Folder 224 Hans Herr. The Cherry Tree. Miller Game Farm.

Folder 225 Hans Herr. Herr wills.

Folder 226 Hans Herr. Herr House.

Folder 227 Hans Herr. Wenger, Sam. 11/5/79.

Folder 228 Hans Herr Myth

Folder 229 Hans Herr. Zink, Elmer III

Folder 230 Hans Herr Debate

Folder 231 Historic Foundation. Hager. Nat.

Folder 232 Historic Foundation

Folder 233 Historical Foundation of PA. Gov. Casey.

Folder 234 Historic Foundation of PA. Clark, Mrs. J.C.

Folder 235 Historic Foundation of PA. May 11, 1979.

Folder 236 Historic Foundation of PA

Folder 237 Historic Foundation of PA. 1980.

Folder 238 Historic Foundation of PA

Folder 239 Historic Foundation of PA

Folder 240 Historic Foundation 1991. 3 May at Lancaster.

Folder 241 Historic Lancaster Volunteer Guide Bureau

 

Box 5

Folder 242 Historic Foundation Trust

Folder 243 Historic Preservation Trust

Folder 244 Historic Preservation Trust. Baker Company. Locust Grove.

Folder 245 Historic Preservation Trust

Folder 246 Historic Preservation Trust

Folder 247 Historic Preservation Trust. October 1990.

Folder 248 Historic Preservation Trust. Wood, Jerome.

Folder 249 Historic Preservation Trust. Lancaster Co. Planning. Lee, Jim.

Folder 250 Historical Society of Cocalico Valley

Folder 251 Historical Society of Cocalico Valley

Folder 252 Historic Tavern Tour. H.P. Trust.

Folder 253 Host Farm. McGarry.

Folder 254 Improved Order of Red Men. Research request.

Folder 255 Indian Traders. Bucher, Bob. 1988.

Folder 256 Indian Trails. Shank, William.

Folder 257 2 Indian Treaties of Pennsylvania. Not sorted.

Folder 258 Junior Historians

Folder 259 Johannes Schwalm Historical Foundation

Folder 260 Johannes Schwalm Historical Association. Tallman, George W.

Folder 261 Juniata Historic Center

Folder 262 Kautz, Elizabeth

Folder 263 Kieffer, Elizabeth

Folder 264 Kieffer

Folder 265 Kindig, Joe

Folder 266 Lancaster County Connections. Hanks.

Folder 267 Lancaster County Connection. Queries.

Folder 268 Lancaster County Conservatory

Folder 269 “Lancaster County Declares Independence 1776” Event

Folder 270 Lancaster County Historical Society. Smith, Debbie.

Folder 271 L.C.H.S.

Folder 272 L.C.H.S. 9 June 1987.

Folder 273 Lancaster County Historical Society

Folder 274 Lancaster County Historic Transportation Cultural Resource Study

Folder 275 Lancaster County Library

Folder 276 Lancaster County Planning Commission

Folder 277 Lancaster Cemetery. June 1992.

Folder 278 Lancaster Democratic Party. 1975.

Folder 279 Lancaster General Hospital. “Lancaster General Speaking”.

Folder 280 L.M.H.S. 3/27/82

Folder 281 Lancaster Motorist 1937

Folder 282 “Lancaster Townstead”

Folder 283 Lancaster 250

Folder 284 Lancaster County Medicine in 18th Century. Dr’s Research. Muhlenberg’s.

Folder 285 Landisville Mennonite Meeting

Folder 286 Lestz, Jacob

Folder 287 Lewis & Clark

Folder 288 Lewis & Clark

Folder 289 Lewis & Clark Trail. Andrew Ellicott Chapter.

Folder 290 Lewis & Clark. 1983.

Folder 291 Library of Congress

Folder 292 Long Home. Hamilton Club.

Folder 293 Alexander. Lowery.

Folder 294 Madonna, Terry

Folder 295 Manheim Day

Folder 296 Marietta Deed

Folder 297 Marietta Restorations

Folder 298 Marietta. Tax. Taverns. Ino. Anderson.

Folder 299 McCaskey Homestead. McCaskey, Edward.

Folder 300 Media Bureau Report

Folder 301 1979 Mennonite Genealogy Seminar. 10/2/79 – 11/20/79.

Folder 302 Mennonite Historians

Folder 303 Mennonite Research Journal

Folder 304 First Mill

Folder 305 Bender Mill

Folder 306 “Mills” by R. Harold Barton. June 1967 to CLG. (blue paper binder)

Folder 307 Mascot Mill. Gnatowski, Richard. Wayside Inn.

Folder 308 Mill. Huber Mill.

Folder 309 “First Mill” article by Clyde Groff

Folder 310 Mills

Folder 311 Mills

Folder 312 Mills

Folder 313 First Mill in Lamp – 1815. C.H. Herr House.

 

Box 6

Folder 314 First Mill & other articles

Folder 315 Mills. Barton.

Folder 316 Mill. Kinsey, Fred.

Folder 317 Mascot Mill. Gnatowski, Richard.

Folder 318 Mills.

Folder 319 Mill. Schleagel Mill.

Folder 320 Mills and churches? Erisman.

Folder 321 Millersville Library

Folder 322 Christian Groff Mortgage

Folder 323 Mount Joy Soldier’s Orphans School. Yousling, Richard.

Folder 324 Mussertown House

Folder 325 Myerstown. July 8, 1972.

Folder 326 National Genealogical Society

Folder 327 Native American Research. Ferguson, Cyrus.

Folder 328 Newcomen Society

Folder 329 North Museum

Folder 330 PA Archives Ship List Request. Munger, Donna.

Folder 331 Pace

Folder 332 Pennsylvania Genealogical Society

Folder 333 Pennsylvania German Society

Folder 334 Pa Federation of Historical Societies

Folder 335 Palatines

Folder 336 Palam. Thorwart, Virginia

Folder 337 Palam. Boyer & Colorado.

Folder 338 Palam. Keiffer – Ray.

Folder 339 Palatine Ancestors. Hawbaker. (blue paper binder)

Folder 340 Palatine Patter. Snavely, Robert.

Folder 341 Palam. Anderson.

Folder 342 Palam. Setter, Woody.

Folder 343 Palam. Kirk, Mrs. Henry. Tx.

Folder 344 Palam. Everhart, Bonnie.

Folder 345 Palam. Kline.

Folder 346 Palam. Barnard, Ruth. ID. 1983.

Folder 347 Palatine Patter. Newbraugh. Berley Springs.

Folder 348 Palatines to America. Palam.

Folder 349 Paradise Village Inn

Folder 350 Park City

Folder 351 “Patriots Who Fought For Independence”

Folder 352 PA Society

Folder 353 Pfautz Newsletter

Folder 354 Pfautz Newsletter

Folder 355 Pomerene

Folder 356 Postcard

Folder 357 Postcard

Folder 358 Presbyterian Historical Society

Folder 359 Presbyterian Church. Slaymaker, Sam.

Folder 360 Presidential Electors Research. McGee, Esq.

Folder 361 Quarryville Cemetery

Folder 362 1920/1921 Quarryville

Folder 363 Quarryville Cemetery. 1992/1993.

Folder 364 Quarryville Sun

Folder 365 Quest Program 1977

Folder 366 Quarryville

Folder 367 Railroad

Folder 368 Red House P.O.

Folder 369 Rees Papers

Folder 370 Reform Church. Williams, Colin.

Folder 371 Ressler Mill Foundation

Folder 372 Return of Votes

Folder 373 Roach, Hannah

Folder 374 Philadelphia Road 1770’s to Lancaster

Folder 375 Project Rock Ford

Folder 376 Rock Ford

Folder 377 Rock Ford

Folder 378 Rock Ford

Folder 379 Pottsville Mill. Banta, John.

Folder 380 Rough & Tumble

Folder 381 Rough & Tumble Association. Amos Stauffer.

Folder 382 Rough & Tumble

Folder 383 Roundtop. York, PA.

 

Box 7

Folder 384 Sadsbury Forge

Folder 385 Salisbury Inn Info. Henderson

Folder 386 Save Solanco Environment

Folder 387 Schwalm – Hessian

Folder 388 Sehner – Ellicott House

Folder 389 Shuts Environmental Library

Folder 390 Slavery. Hopkins, Leroy.

Folder 391 Slaves – 1790 Census in Lancaster County and City

Folder 392 Slaymaker. Evans, David.

Folder 393 WWII Soldier Desertino. Slovic, Eddie.

Folder 394 Soldiers and Sailors Monument

Folder 395 Sons of the Revolution. Williams, Fred.

Folder 396 1812 Society

Folder 397 Southern Lancaster County Historical Society. Estates – Lower End.

Folder 398 South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society. “Our Name’s the Game” Monthly Newsletter.

Folder 399 Southern Lancaster County Historical Society. Railroad at SLCHS.

Folder 400 So. Lanco. Hist. Soc.

Folder 401 Spotts

Folder 402 Spotts, Charles Dewey and Community Historian

Folder 403 St. Luke’s UCC Historical Committee

Folder 404 St. Luke’s. A. Gail Holt.

Folder 405 Church. St. Luke’s Baptisms.

Folder 406 St. Michael’s. Strasburg.

Folder 407 Strasburg

Folder 408 Strasburg. Taylor Tract Day.

Folder 409 Steman’s Mill. Little Conestoga Creek. Michael, Steve.

Folder 410 Thaddeus Stevens.

Folder 411 Stiles and Hamilton Watch

Folder 412 Strasburg Boundary Stone

Folder 413 Strasburg Deeds. Bedient.

Folder 414 Strasburg Walking Tour

Folder 415 Strasburg Weekly News. “They Called it Strasburg. 4 July 1970. # 1 to # 17.

Folder 416 Strasburg Railroad 150th Anniversary by the Newcomen Society of the United States.

Folder 417 Strawberry Hill Foundation. Smith, Eleanor.

Folder 418 Stuck With Our Roots – Amish

Folder 419 Survey

Folder 420 Friends Swathmore

Folder 421 Tavern Tour

Folder 422 Tavern Tours

Folder 423 Taverns

Folder 424 Tavern Tour

Folder 425 1st Tavern Tour

Folder 426 Three Mile House Tavern

Folder 427 Tavern

Folder 428 Revere Tavern

Folder 429 Walking Tour

Folder 430 Hat – Tavern. Thompson, Bertha.

Folder 431 Toll Roads & Houses

Folder 432 Tories. Clemson.

Folder 433 Traders

Folder 434 Trains & Trolleys

Folder 435 Twalkers

Folder 436 Union Fire Company

Folder 437 Vogle

Folder 438 WDAC – FM 94.5

Folder 439 West Jr. High School Reunion

Folder 440 Whale Tooth. Butler.

Folder 441 White House

Folder 442 Wiggins Chevrolet Company. H. H. Wiggins.

Folder 443 Wilderness Trail. Charles Hanna info.

Folder 444 Article. Wise, Marie.

Folder 445 Wohlsen at Sertoma

Folder 446 YMCA

Folder 447 York

Folder 448 Yorktown

 

Box 8 Miscellaneous Subjects

Folder 449 Misc.

Folder 450 Wenger, Dr. J.C.

Folder 451 C. L. G. – Letters for Speaking

Folder 452 Hot Notes

Folder 453 Strasburg Historic Houses

Folder 454 Scott’s of Little Briton

Folder 455 Miss Some

Folder 456 203

Folder 457 Estate – Mylin

Folder 458 Tennessee Research

Folder 459 Mc Givvray

Folder 460 G. H. E. Muhlenberg at Lancaster

Folder 461 Three Germans. Summer ’78.

Folder 462 Pie

Folder 463 C. L. G’s “Was Martin Mylin a Gunsmith?”

Folder 464 Stephen Chambers. L. C. H.

Folder 465 Ewing, David

Folder 466 Distler. Diestler.

Folder 467 Byars, Joe

Folder 468 Augustan

Folder 469 Epler. Apler. Speegle.

Folder 470 Schmitz, Helene

Folder 471 Mc Ewing of Delaware

Folder 472 Long, Bill

Folder 473 L. C. H. S.

Folder 474 Knez, Eleanor

 

Property Research

Folder 475 Property. Stirba. Includes original document.

Folder 476 Schein, Ann of Strasburg

Folder 477 Shope, R. Wesley

Folder 478 Bogren, Sarah Lois

Folder 479 Rosenfield

Folder 480 Williams, Suzanne Sarver

Folder 481 Property

Folder 482 Hardy, M. D. President of University City Historical Society, Philadelphia. 1982.

Folder 483 Swift, Lee. Logan.

Folder 484 Dallet

Folder 485 Gantz. Fish. Derr Farm.

Folder 486 Waldhausen, Dr. John. House Search.

Folder 487 Market District

Folder 488 Winters. 49 E. Main St.

Folder 489 Esbenshade, Dr. John H. Jr. 40 N. Lime.

Folder 490 Cohen. Marietta.

Folder 491 Grider, Don

Folder 492 Lancaster City Searches 167.

Folder 493 Lancaster County Searches A thru R

Folder 494 Lancaster County Searches S thru Z

Folder 495 Rummel, Peter. Deed.

Folder 496 Page, Lt. Col. Charles A.

Folder 497 Charter, Alfa Jean

Folder 498 Property

Folder 499 Herr House Search

Folder 500 Girard College

Folder 501 House, David

Folder 502 Dr. Scott

Folder 503 Sandstone Strasburg

Folder 504 Webber. Hauser. Miley.

Folder 505 Stoutzenberger Tract

Folder 506 Gearhart, Eric

Folder 507 Buch, Fred

Folder 508 Charles Chips. Pretzels.

Folder 509 Wentling, John & Sue

Folder 510 Property

Folder 511 Gerhart, Jack

Folder 512 Rankin, Mrs. Bill

 

Box 9 Property Research

Folder 513 Howett.

Folder 514 Evans, June

Folder 515 Smith, Dr. Marshall House.

Folder 516 Property Records

Folder 517 Preservation. Ellicott House. Kramer, Faye.

Folder 518 Property? Williams, Fred.

Folder 519 Yoder, Gwen

Folder 520 Bausman Property. Snyder, Charles.

Folder 521 Klase, Carol

Folder 522 Pressler, Clint

Folder 523 Property/Land/Taxes

Folder 524 Hartman, Jack at Neff’s Mill Seat.

Folder 525 Konigmacker. Inventory of hotel.

Folder 526 Herman. Brackbill, M. H. 8/11/71

Folder 527 Zimmerman, Earl

Folder 528 Harvey, Mary Alice

Folder 529 Land Office

Folder 530 Merrill, Harriet

Folder 531 Jacob Miller tract.

Folder 532 Morris, Mrs. Samuel W.

Folder 533 Duffy, James

Folder 534 Property Deed. Mayhill.

Folder 535 Fredericks. 2/15/73

 

Miscellaneous Correspondence

Folder 536 Hawbaker, Gary

Folder 537 Folders upstairs.

Folder 538 Landis, Margaret Hunt

Folder 539 Mail. October 1978. May, 1988. October 1995.

Folder 540 Correspondence. Goldwater.

Folder 541 Mills, Mitch. WWII buddy?

Folder 542 Maynard, Joan.

Folder 543 Misc. Correspondence

Folder 544 Huyck, Heather

Folder 545 Hoover, Amos

Folder 546 Cary on Schaeffer

Folder 547 DeVault, David

Folder 548 Scribbler. Brubaker, Jack.

Folder 549 Misc. Correspondence

Folder 550 Aug. 1990

Folder 551 Meyer, Charles

Folder 552 Ferris, Eleanor

Folder 553 Paul, Dorothy

Folder 554 Query Letters

Folder 555 Correspondence

Folder 556 Taylor, Vivian. Misc.

Folder 557 Correspondence. Williams, Fred. McAllister, Anne W. Weidner.

Folder 558 Misc. Correspondence

Folder 559 Misc. Correspondence

Folder 560 Letters. 1 Sept. 1973.

Folder 561 Holding. Jan – 1979.

Folder 562 Correspondence on maps regarding Strasburg. Carson, Maj.

Folder 563 Correspondence. June, 1990.

Folder 564 Misc. Correspondence

Folder 565 Misc. Correspondence

Folder 566 Misc. Correspondence

Folder 567 Misc. Correspondence

 

Box 10

Folder 568 Waiting. Misc.

Folder 569 Dempsy. Misc.

Folder 570 Misc.

Folder 571 Misc.

Folder 572 Copies of letters 1979. Misc.

Folder 573 Letters before 1984. Misc.

Folder 574 Misc.

Folder 575 Misc.

Folder 576 Misc.

Folder 577 Misc. Now.

Folder 578 Misc.

Folder 579 Misc.

Folder 580 Misc.

Folder 581 Misc.

Folder 582 Misc.

Folder 583 Misc.

Folder 584 Misc. Genealogy Requests A

Folder 585 Misc. Genealogy Requests B

Folder 586 Misc. Genealogy Requests C

Folder 587 Misc. Genealogy Requests D

Folder 588 Misc. Genealogy Requests E

Folder 589 Misc. Genealogy Requests F

Folder 590 Misc. Genealogy Requests G

Folder 591 Misc. Genealogy Requests H

Folder 592 Misc. Genealogy Requests I

Folder 593 Misc. Genealogy Requests J

Folder 594 Misc. Genealogy Requests K

Folder 595 Misc. Genealogy Requests L

Folder 596 Misc. Genealogy Requests M

Folder 597 Misc. Genealogy Requests N

Folder 598 Misc. Genealogy Requests O

Folder 599 Misc. Genealogy Requests P

Folder 600 Misc. Genealogy Requests Q

Folder 601 Misc. Genealogy Requests R

Folder 602 Misc. Genealogy Requests S

Folder 603 Misc. Genealogy Requests T

Folder 604 Misc. Genealogy Requests U

Folder 605 Misc. Genealogy Requests V

Folder 606 Misc. Genealogy Requests W

Folder 607 Misc. Genealogy Requests Y

Folder 608 Misc. Genealogy Requests Z

 

Box 11 Miscellaneous Correspondence

Folder 609 C. Groff Misc.

Folder 610 Myers

Folder 611 Defeo, Phyllis

Folder 612 Jansen. (manila envelope)

Folder 613 Hurst, Alan

Folder 614 Cover, Vaughn

Folder 615 Public Library talk

Folder 616 Misc.

Folder 617 Misc. Baer, Gary.

Folder 618 Misc.

Folder 619 Misc.

Folder 620 Misc.

Folder 621 Misc.

Folder 622 Misc. Hoeck, Ann.

Folder 623 1985 letters

Folder 624 Misc. Kinsey, Dr. Fred.

Folder 625 Misc. Lontz, Mary.

Folder 626 Misc. August – Sept. 1997.

Folder 627 Misc. 1 Sept. 1997.

Folder 628 Misc.

Folder 629 Misc. letters

Folder 630 Misc. 1984 letters.

Folder 631 Misc. Friesen. Eberly. Campbell. Breadalbane.

Folder 632 Misc.

Folder 633 Misc.

Folder 634 Misc. Answer 5/31/1978

Folder 635 Mail

Folder 636 Miscellaneous

Folder 637 Misc. Yorktown.

Folder 638 Misc. Now.

Folder 639 Misc. Correspondence

Folder 640 Misc. Correspondence

Folder 641 Misc. Correspondence

Folder 642 Misc. North will. Bricker. Goodman. Hastings. Beckers. Kitch. Mitchell, Mary.

Folder 643 Wohlsen Construction

Folder 644 S. Hockley on Goff

Folder 645 Ripple

Folder 646 Misc. letters

Folder 647 Copies of letters. 9/11/1981.

Folder 648 Eby. Groff to Newman.

Folder 649 J. B. Eby to Groff

Folder 650 F&M. Brown.

Folder 651 Sorensen, Lola

Folder 652 Eshleman, Christian. Wilmer’s Grandson.

Folder 653 Ammon, Christine

Folder 654 Colbert. Lanius.

Folder 655 Monte Buzzard

Folder 656 Misc.

Folder 657 Hare. Habecker.

Folder 658 McGrann

Folder 659 Buzzard

Folder 660 Senft, Harry

Folder 661 Melchoir Erisman - 1740

Folder 662 Meyers, Myron

 

Oversized Box

White binder. Lancaster Co. Historic Transportation Cultural Resource Study. August 1995. Manila envelope inside binder contains folded maps of the following.

Lancaster Co. Street Railways (Trolleys) circa 1910.

Historic Lancaster Co. Turnpikes.

Lancaster Co. Active Railroads in 1995.

Colonial Lancaster Co. Roads. Schematic diagram of roads proposed or laid out before 1760.

Historic Lancaster Co. Canals and Susquehanna River Ferries.

Lancaster Co. Active Railroads in 1910.

Conjectural Map of Lancaster Co. Native American Paths and Associated Sites.

Manila folder contains the following.

Donegal Presbyterian Church map. 1976.

Eckman family chart.

Duffield and Swan family chart and history written by George Duffield.

Paper with the name John Stauffer written on it, paperclipped to white envelope.

Ancestral Record book. First name in book is Sarah Ellmaker McIlraine.

Roll 1 Massachusetts Constitution

Roll 2 Lancaster Co. maps

Roll 3 Census

Roll 4 Census

Roll 5 Map of taverns and hotels between Lancaster city and Chester Co. line

Roll 6 Lancaster Co. maps

Roll 7 1920 Census records

Roll 8 Fierre Graveyard 1716. Fierre Family chart.

Roll 9 Martin Brown Family Chart

Roll 10 History of the Kraybill Family 1754 – 1972 by Spencer L. Kraybill.

Roll 11 Eckman Family Chart

Roll 12 The Descent of the Hurst Family from Conrad Rutter and Adam Lightner.

Roll 13 Dauphin Co. land chart.

Roll 14 Map of Lancaster Co. by Joshua Scott.

LAST_UPDATED2
 
Groff: Clyde Groff’s Research, Series 1 Surname Files
August 20, 2015

Call Number: MG-682, Series 1

27 box     1806 folders   27 cubic feet

Repository: LancasterHistory.org (Organization); PV7

Shelving Location: Archives South, Side 13

Scope and Content Note: This collection contains the genealogy and local history research of Clyde Groff (1920-1998), as well as the related correspondence. Mr. Groff was a well-known Lancaster County genealogist and historian. The genealogy research is organized alphabetically by surname. The local history research is organized by subject.

Creator: Groff, Clyde L.

System of Arrangement: The collection is arranged into two series:

Series 1 Surname Files (genealogy research)

Series 2 Subject Files (local history research)

Conditions for Access: No restrictions.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language: English

Source of Acquisition: Gift of Ruth Groff (1920-2014).

Custodial History (Provenance): The collection came to LancasterHistory.org in several sections from about 2000-2012. The collection was surveyed and organized in 2012.

Accruals: No further accruals are expected.

Preferred Citation:Clyde Groff’s Research (MG-682), Series 1, Box #, Folder #, LancasterHistory.org

Subject Headings:

Groff, Clyde L. (LHo-LOC n 78061357)

Genealogy.

History -- research.

Letters.

Related Materials: See also the photograph collections.

Processing History: Box list prepared by SM, 2014-2015. Finding aid was created following DACS conventions.

 

Series 1 Surname Files

Box 1

Folder 1 Abendschein, Fred

Folder 2 Abendschein

Folder 3 Acker. Acker, Casper. Zimmerman, Noah.

Folder 4 Adams. Martin, Brother Joseph.

Folder 5 Adams. Dougan.

Folder 6 Adams, William

Folder 7 Adam

Folder 8 Aker

Folder 9 Alborn. Mayo, Ruth

Folder 10 Albright. Covey, Bonnie.

Folder 11 Albright. Reksten, Harald.

Folder 12 Albright, Warren

Folder 13 Algeo. Dolan, June.

Folder 14 Allemangel. Ziegler, Warren.

Folder 15 Allen. Kear, Thelma Allen.

Folder 16 Allison, Robert

Folder 17 Ambs, Bob

Folder 18 Amman. Stoltzfus, Levi L.

Folder 19 Amon. Blair, Bessie Amon.

Folder 20 Anderson. Shelton, Florence.

Folder 21 Anderson. Dorman, Beth.

Folder 22 Anderson. Secondine, Mrs. H. A. (Belva).

Folder 23 Anderson

Folder 24 Ansel

Folder 25 Armstrong

Folder 26 Arnold. Mahey, John A.

Folder 27 Arnold. Erb. Rudat, Mary A.

Folder 28 Arnold

Folder 29 Arnold, Charles

Folder 30 Axe, David

Folder 31 Bachman. Sherts, James Hervey.

Folder 32 Baer, John

Folder 33 Bahl, Roy W.

Folder 34 Bahl, Roy.

Folder 35 Bailey, Frances

Folder 36 Baker. Cullivan, Edna C.

Folder 37 Baker. Ferguson, Hazel Brown

Folder 38 Baldridge. Gibble, Carole.

Folder 39 Baldridge. Kennedy, Chet.

Folder 40 Balmer. Stouffer, Tommy C.

Folder 41 Balsley. Balsley, William.

Folder 42 Bamberger. Bomberger.

Folder 43 Bankert

Folder 44 Barclay. Lontz, Dr. Mary.

Folder 45 Barclay. Lontz.

Folder 46 Bare. Rudy, Robert S.

Folder 47 Bare, Joseph E.

Folder 48 Bare. Best.

Folder 49 Bare. Bair, Robert H.

Folder 50 Barker

Folder 51 Barkley. Lontz, Mary B.

Folder 52 Barkley. Henderson. Lontz, Mary.

Folder 53 Barnett. Morris, Betty.

Folder 54 Barnett. Morris, Betty.

Folder 55 Barnhart. Butler, Mrs. Martin.

Folder 56 Barnhart. Walling, Mrs. J. T.

Folder 57 Barns. Groff. Swift. McFarland, Sara F.

Folder 58 Barr

Folder 59 Bartholomew. Scott, Mrs. Max.

Folder 60 Bartholomew, Judith

Folder 61 Bartholomew. Wilcox, Shirley.

Folder 62 Bashor. Bashore. Hawbaker, Hazel.

Folder 63 Baskins. Morgan, Dessie J. Gibbens. Snyder, Simon.

Folder 64 Bassler. Paul, Dorothy Ringer.

Folder 65 Batista

Folder 66 Baugher. Baugher, Oscar.

Folder 67 Baughman. Russell, Rev. Dorthea.

Folder 68 Baughman. Heister, Mr. H. D. (Dale)

Folder 69 Baumgardner, Jack

 

Box 2

Folder 70 Beam. Palmer, Mary.

Folder 71 Beam. Greenlee, Geraldine.

Folder 72 Bear. Best.

Folder 73 Bear. Eisenhour, Glenda.

Folder 74 Bear, Samuel

Folder 75 Beard. Ingram.

Folder 76 Beard

Folder 77 Beatty. Swain, Robert H.

Folder 78 Beckstead

Folder 79 Beissel, James

Folder 80 Beissel. Slagle, Dr.

Folder 81 Bell, Hamilton

Folder 82 Bender. Hardy, Thomas H. or Deanna R.

Folder 83 Benner, Warren

Folder 84 Berry. Tinnin. Jones Historical Collection.

Folder 85 Beyer

Folder 86 Bickel. Bassler, C. S.

Folder 87 Bieber. Groff.

Folder 88 Biecher

Folder 89 Biecher. Hackney, Bob.

Folder 90 Birely. Erb. Martin, Emma.

Folder 91 Black. Ice, Eugene L.

Folder 92 Blaisdell. Balsdon, Mrs. Allan.

Folder 93 Blazer. Blosser, Betty.

Folder 94 Bodenhorn. Bodenhorn, Eileene.

Folder 95 Bogar, Eugene

Folder 96 Bollinger, Harry R.

Folder 97 Bomberger. Gardner, Harold.

Folder 98 Bomberger. Blanks, Mildred M.

Folder 99 Book. Spinner.

Folder 100 Boone. Shier, Mrs. Quita

Folder 101 Borrer. Wells III, John B.

Folder 102 Bortz

Folder 103 Bougher. Graham, Kenneth J.

Folder 104 Bowder. Bauder. Bown.

Folder 105 Bower. Buchman, Mrs. Randall.

Folder 106 Bower. McNearney, John.

Folder 107 Bowlus, Jacob.

Folder 108 Bowlus. Baker, Virginia.

Folder 109 Bowman. Loose, Jack.

Folder 110 Bowman, Eugene

Folder 111 Bowman. Grove. McAllister, Anne.

Folder 112 Bowman

Folder 113 Bowman. Fisher, Roy.

Folder 114 Boyd

Folder 115 Boyd

Folder 116 Boyer. O’Grady, Mrs. Rena.

Folder 117 Brabson

Folder 118 Brackbill. Craig, Norma.

Folder 119 Bradley. Ziegler, Brad.

Folder 120 Brandstatter. Long, Robert.

Folder 121 Brandt. Clayton, Marguerite.

Folder 122 Brecht.

Folder 123 Breckbill. Breakefield, Gen. D.E.

Folder 124 Breitigam. Breitegam, William.

Folder 125 Brenizer

Folder 126 Brenneman. Cuellar, Trini.

Folder 127 Brenner. Loren.

Folder 128 Brewer, Don

Folder 129 Bricker, B. A.

Folder 130 Bricker, Betty

Folder 131 Bricker, Don

Folder 132 Bricker. Howard, Edna.

Folder 133 Bricker

Folder 134 Briegel. Breegle, Daniel.

Folder 135 Brighton, Donald

Folder 136 Brookhart, Lester R.

Folder 137 Brooks. Barnes, Richard.

Folder 138 Brosius. Hall, Bob.

Folder 139 Brouse. Crist-Brouse, Carol.

Folder 140 Browand. Corley, R. T.

Folder 141 Brown. Renn, Janet B.

Folder 142 Brownewell, Sandy

Folder 143 Brownewell

Folder 144 Brua. Brewer. Myers, Don.

Folder 145 Brubaker, Landis

Folder 146 Brubaker

Folder 147 Brubaker, Elizabeth. Brubaker, Lucy. Daniels, Lucy. Daniels, James. Zimmerman.

Folder 148 Brubaker. Rhoads.  

Folder 149 Bruce. Renn, Mrs. D. J.

Folder 150 Bruce. Comfort, Ardis Bruce.

Folder 151 Bruner. Webster, Dale.

Folder 152 Bruner. Randall, Carol.

Folder 153 Bryson. Bigger. Murphy, Mrs. A. W. (Dorothy).

 

Box 3

Folder 154 Buchanan. MacDonald, Jane.

Folder 155 Buchanan. Rose, Yvonne M.

Folder 156 Buchanan. Stambaugh, Sara.

Folder 157 Bucher. Keisling, Harold G.

Folder 158 Bucher. Laudon, Robert T.

Folder 159 Bucher

Folder 160 Burgholder. Mauss, Debbie Sheffer.

Folder 161 Burgholder. Burkholder. Mauss, Deb.

Folder 162 Burkhart. Dodge, Richard.

Folder 163 Burns. Bussian, Mrs. Jos. (Doris)

Folder 164 Burrowes. Schenke, Reynold.

Folder 165 Bushong. Krempasky, Mrs. Jessie.

Folder 166 Bushong. Cassidy, Judy. Mitchell, Marcella.

Folder 167 Busker. Busker, Delores.

Folder 168 Cake. Kakke, Peter.

Folder 169 Caldwell. Lukes, Calla.

Folder 170 Campbell. Eckman, Martha.

Folder 171 Campbell. Mitchell, William A.

Folder 172 Campbell. Eckman, Martha Campbell. Eckman, Frederick.

Folder 173 Campbell

Folder 174 Canon. Spencer, Mrs. Richard P.

Folder 175 Caracher. Koser, Thomas M.

Folder 176 Carmony. Gresens, Herbert.

Folder 177 Carnahan. Terry, Joyce A. Carnahan.

Folder 178 Carnathan

Folder 179 Carothers. Orr, Carolyn Noble. Orr, Mrs. James E.

Folder 180 Carpenter. Mack, Mary J. Frick.

Folder 181 Carpenter. Zimmerman.

Folder 182 Carpenter. Eckroth, Grace L.

Folder 183 Carpenter. McMullin, Jim.

Folder 184 Carpenter. Hykes, Mrs. James I.

Folder 185 Carpenter. Baker, Mrs. E. V. (May)

Folder 186 Carpenter. Baker, Mrs. E. V. (May)

Folder 187 Carpenter. Jansen, George and Ginger.

Folder 188 Carper

Folder 189 Carper. Fraser, Joan.

Folder 190 Carper. Fraser, Joan.

Folder 191 Carper

Folder 192 Carrick. Carreik. Burns, Barbara Carrick. (Mrs. J. A.)

Folder 193 Carson. Kodel, Jeannette Carson.

Folder 194 Cassel. Boyatt, Vera.

Folder 195 Cassel. Wentling, John.

Folder 196 Chambers. Church, Carol L.

Folder 197 Charles

Folder 198 Charles. Cauller, Sara Phenneger.

Folder 199 Charles. Lowman, Hubert.

Folder 200 Clair. Herr.

Folder 201 Clapper. Engle, Marie.

Folder 202 Clark. Hoyle, Dawn Clark. Bricker, Betty.

Folder 203 Clemson, James. Clemson, Charles.

Folder 204 Cline. Saylor, Georgialou.

Folder 205 Cline. Williams, C. J.

Folder 206 Clopper, Jack.

Folder 207 Cochenour. Dawson, Jan.

Folder 208 Cochran. Quigley.

Folder 209 Cochran

Folder 210 Cochran. Dean, Mrs. John.

Folder 211 Cochran

Folder 212 Cochran. Dean, Maxine.

Folder 213 Cochran. Myer, R. E.

Folder 214 Cochran. Hudson, Iva Dell Cochran.

Folder 215 Cochran

Folder 216 Coho. McLaughlin, Judge.

Folder 217 Coho. Lee. McLaughlin.

Folder 218 Coldren. Courtney, Clara Ellen

Folder 219 Coleman

Folder 220 Coleman

Folder 221 Conklin. Lewis.

Folder 222 Conrad. Conrath.

Folder 223 Cook

Folder 224 Cookson

Folder 225 Cooper, Mrs. Donald.

Folder 226 Coover, Gary.

Folder 227 Copenhaver. Hildreth, John.

Folder 228 Cosgrove. Borkowski, Mrs. Helmut A.

Folder 229 Cosgrove, Lillian D.

Folder 230 Coshun. Matthews.

Folder 231 Coss

Folder 232 Coss. Goss.

Folder 233 Coughenour. Gochenour. Charlson, Mrs. Delores.

Folder 234 Cowhick

 

Box 4

Folder 235 Craig, James.

Folder 236 Crawford

Folder 237 Croll. Dobson.

Folder 238 Cromer. Brubaker. Newman, Vera Mae.

Folder 239 Cunningham, John.

Folder 240 Cunningham. Hardwick, Louis J. Jr.

Folder 241 Cunningham. Trigg, Rose.

Folder 242 Cutler

Folder 243 Cutshall

Folder 244 Cutshall.Cutshall, Roger

Folder 245 Cypert. Dwight, Sybil.

Folder 246 Dagy. Dagy, Jo Ann.

Folder 247 Danes. Welbaum, Gary.

Folder 248 Danner. Maynard, Paul.

Folder 249 Danner. Michael, Mrs. Herbert. Krueger, Dr. N. L.

Folder 250 Danner, Michael

Folder 251 Darr. Darr, Dorothy.

Folder 252 Davidson. Reid, Josephine.

Folder 253 Davison

Folder 254 Davison. Barton.

Folder 255 Dearduff. Langdon, Robert

Folder 256 Debolt. Hudson, Ruth.

Folder 257 DeHass. Jeffrey, Megan.

Folder 258 DeLaurentis, Pete

Folder 259 Dellet. Samms, Kathy.

Folder 260 Demuth. Shenk, Chris.

Folder 261 Denlinger

Folder 262 Dennison, Joseph. Reed.

Folder 263 Dertzbach. Tatspaugh, John W.

Folder 264 Dertzenbach. Tatspaugh, John.

Folder 265 Detweiler. Seveland.

Folder 266 Detwiler, Lidwiler. Westman, Margaret.

Folder 267 Deverter

Folder 268 Deverter

Folder 269 Deverter

Folder 270 Dieffenbach, Ray

Folder 271 Dieffenderffer. Kahler.

Folder 272 Diem. McIntyre, Marian.

Folder 273 Dietrich. Both, Katharine.

Folder 274 Dietz. Barer, Bonnie Dietz.

Folder 275 Dillman. Smith.

Folder 276 Dochterman. McCullough.

Folder 277 Dohner, Dudley

Folder 278 Dolby. Brown, Marilyn.

Folder 279 Dornbach. Baker, Thelda.

Folder 280 Dornbaugh. West.

Folder 281 Dorrough. Darrah. Radke, David.

Folder 282 Dorsch. Keeling, Mrs. Z.

Folder 283 Dorwart. Bruno, Charles.

Folder 284 Dougherty, Edward

Folder 285 Douglas

Folder 286 Douglass. Gillies.

Folder 287 Doward. Kreider. Chittenden.

Folder 288 Dowing. Sebring, Lorna.

Folder 289 Downing, William of Colerain. Blyth.

Folder 290 Dravenstatt

Folder 291 Dreher. Drayer-Simon, Cynthia M. B.

Folder 292 Druckemiller. Nelson, William.

Folder 293 Duffield. Norris, Mrs. Allen.

Folder 294 Dulebon. Snyder.

Folder 295 Dunkle. Stewart, Daisy.

Folder 296 Dunkle. Cissell, Esther.

Folder 297 Dunlap. Dunlap, Walter.

Folder 298 Dutt. Dutt-Campbell, Ann.

Folder 299 Ebaugh. Sniffen, Mrs. Eleanor.

Folder 300 Ebberts

Folder 301 Eberly, Charles

Folder 302 Eberly, Charles

Folder 303 Eberly, Charles

Folder 304 Eberly, Charles

Folder 305 Ebinger. Evinger. Cramer.

 

Box 5

Folder 306 Eaby, Robert

Folder 307 Eby

Folder 308 Eby Book. Family.

Folder 309 Eby. Hill, Diane and Paul.

Folder 310 Eby

Folder 311 Eby. Burton.

Folder 312 Eby. Eaby, Christian Earl.

Folder 313 Eby. Neff.

Folder 314 Eby, Richard.

Folder 315 Eby

Folder 316 Eby

Folder 317 Eby Wills

Folder 318 Eby Report Correspondence

Folder 319 Eby Family by Groff

Folder 320 Eby, Dr. J. Brian

Folder 321 Ebey, George

Folder 322 Eby. Burt, Earl.

Folder 323 Eby. Newman, George.

Folder 324 Eby. Ellenberger. Newman, George.

Folder 325 Eby. Newman, George.

Folder 326 Eby. Newman, George.

Folder 327 Eby. Maryland Info.

Folder 328 Eby. Miscel. Xerox Copies.

Folder 329 Eby. J. Brian Eby Charts.

Folder 330 Abee

Folder 331 Eby, R.A. Ref.

Folder 332 Eby.Dorst Eby 1. (blue binder book)

Folder 333 Eby. Bishop. Butler, Robert O.

Folder 334 Eby Family by Groff.

Folder 335 Eby. Eby, Dr. J. Brian.

Folder 336 Ebey, George

Folder 337 Eby. Burt, Earl.

Folder 338 Eby. Newman, George.

Folder 339 Eby. Ellenberger. Newman, George.

Folder 340 Eby. Newman, George.

Folder 341 Eby. Maryland Info.

Folder 342 Eby.Miscel. Xerox Copies – Eby.

Folder 343 Eby.J. Brian Eby Charts.

Folder 344 Eby. Klase, Carol.

Folder 345 Eby. Dorus.

Folder 346 Eby. Franklin Stanton Aby Volumes.

Folder 347 Eby, Peter. (2)

Folder 348 Eby. R.A. Eby to Groff.

Folder 349 Ebe. Christian Ebe Fraktur.

Folder 350 Eby. William Smith Letters.

Folder 351 Eby. Mable Dunham Letters.

Folder 352 Eby. Moser Warrant (Property)

Folder 353 Eby. First Three Generat. by Groff

Folder 354 Eby Report Vol. 1 Book.

Folder 355 Eby

Folder 356 Eby. Arthur Eby Letters.

Folder 357 Eby. Minnich Letters.

Folder 358 Eby. Miscl. to Groff.

Folder 359 Eby, David. Coble, David.

Folder 360 Eby. Glen Eby to Groff

Folder 361 Eby. Groff Notes.

Folder 362 Eby. Durst Aebi – German.

Folder 363 Eby. Groff to Brackbill.

Folder 364 Eby. Newman, George.

Folder 365 Eby. Groff to J. Brian Eby.

Folder 366 Eby, Robert E.

Folder 367 Eby. Newman, George.

Folder 368 Eby, George. 1850 Census.

Folder 369 Eby. Hauptman.

Folder 370 Eby. Zenda.

Folder 371 Eby. Groff to R. A. Eby.

Folder 372 Eby. Theodorus (1) Bible.

Folder 373 Eby. Groff Notes.

Folder 374 Abee Family

Folder 375 Eby. Groff Notes.

Folder 376 Eby. Eby Estates.

Folder 377 Eby. Lindstrom.

Folder 378 Eby. Hauptman.

Folder 379 Eby. Jones, Norman Eby.

Folder 380 Eby, Richard.

Folder 381 Eby. Adams, Harriet C.

Folder 382 Eby. Eaby, Robert Wayne.

Folder 383 Eby, Richard.

Folder 384 Eby. Eby Genealogy.

Folder 385 Eby

Folder 386 Eby. Wallace, Adrienne.

Folder 387 The Eby Report. Research 1980. (black binder)

Folder 388 Eby Book.

 

Box 6

Folder 389 Eckenrode, Dennis R.

Folder 390 Eckert. Clemson, Charles R.

Folder 391 Eckert. Palmer, Vivian Golden.

Folder 392 Eckhart.

Folder 393 Ecklin. Reibold, Dorothy.

Folder 394 Eckman

Folder 395 Eckman. Bissinger, Mrs. John.

Folder 396 Eckman. Shertz. Eshleman. Groff.

Folder 397 Eckman. Hoenig, Bob.

Folder 398 Eckman. Cozad, Carol.

Folder 399 Eckman. Slaymaker.

Folder 400 Egan, Robert.

Folder 401 Eichelberger. Mallas, Jo Ann.

Folder 402 Eichholtz. Rodriguez, Janice.

Folder 403 Elliot

Folder 404 Ellmaker

Folder 405 Ellmaker

Folder 406 Ellmaker

Folder 407 Ellmaker. McCurdy. Murray, Myles.

Folder 408 Erb. Birely.

Folder 409 Erb, William G.

Folder 410 Erb

Folder 411 Erb

Folder 412 Erhart. Porter, Betty.

Folder 413 Esbenshade, Jr., Dr. John H.

Folder 414 Eshleman

Folder 415 Eshleman. Mossel.

Folder 416 Eshleman

Folder 417 Eshleman. Schrieder.

Folder 418 Eshleman, Jacob (of Strasburg)

Folder 419 Espy. Waite, Elizabeth Miller.

Folder 420 Etling. Keck.

Folder 421 Etter. Esther, Lori.

Folder 422 Etter. Rebman, Esther.

Folder 423 Ettinger

Folder 424 Evans. Evans, Mel.

Folder 425 Evans. Stearns, Foster.

Folder 426 Evans. Evans, Jr., Keith.

Folder 427 Evans. Lyon, Sam.

Folder 428 Evans. Hodgkins. Donaldson, Pat.

Folder 429 Evans. Moore, Walter.

Folder 430 Everhart. Foulkes.

Folder 431 Everhart. Foulkes, Mrs. Jack.

Folder 432 Everts, William

Folder 433 Ewing. Kimball, Anne.

Folder 434 Ewing. McMichael, James.

Folder 435 Eyerly. Eyery. Kook.

Folder 436 Eyler, Dr. Paul

Folder 437 Fague. Montoya, Leigh.

Folder 438 Fasnacht. Fosnaught, Ruth.

Folder 439 Faulkner. Johnson, Jr., Theodore Rogness.

Folder 440 Feagley, Frank

Folder 441 Feandts. Thornton.

Folder 442 Fehr. Gorman, Nadine.

Folder 443 Ferree. Hoffman, Verne.

Folder 444 Ferree. Wills.

Folder 445 Ferree. Troth, John.

Folder 446 Ferree. Ellis, George.

Folder 447 Ferree. All info.

Folder 448 Ferree

Folder 449 Ferree

Folder 450 Ferry. Robertson.

Folder 451 Fetters, Robert

Folder 452 Fetter. Edwards, Jessie.

 

Box 7

Folder 453 Fiandt. Babb, Pauline.

Folder 454 Fieles. Evans, Mel.

Folder 455 Fiere. Hottle, Ken.

Folder 456 Filby

Folder 457 Fink. Becker. Diller. Williams, Mary.

Folder 458 Finkbone. Ettinger, Mary.

Folder 459 Finley

Folder 460 Finney. Harper.

Folder 461 Firestone

Folder 462 Fishburn. Grigg, Thelma V.

Folder 463 Fisher

Folder 464 Fisher. Micklethwait, Ralph.

Folder 465 Flack. Zink.

Folder 466 Fleming. Madan.

Folder 467 Fleming. Madan, Rafael.

Folder 468 Flook

Folder 469 Fogelsanger. Vogelsanger.

Folder 470 Foltz. Komar, G.

Folder 471 Forrer. Forrer, Irene.

Folder 472 Forsyth. Horn, Jean.

Folder 473 Foulke, Ray

Folder 474 Foutz. Pfautz.

Folder 475 Fox, Robert

Folder 476 Fox. Baker, Lois Ann.

Folder 477 Fraleigh. NY Chapter.

Folder 478 Frantz. Herr, Bill.

Folder 479 Frantz, Cliff

Folder 480 Freemole

Folder 481 Frieler. Martin, Dr. Richard J.

Folder 482 Fridley

Folder 483 Friesner. Beason, June.

Folder 484 Fritz, James Mason

Folder 485 Fritz of Quarryville

Folder 486 Fry. Matthews, Anvergne F.

Folder 487 Fry. Rector, Barbara.

Folder 488 Fullerton. McElroy, Elizabeth.

Folder 489 Fulton, Robert. Young, Lloyd V.

Folder 490 Fulwiler, Harry

Folder 491 Funk. Chatelain.

Folder 492 Funk. Funk, Laverne

Folder 493 Funkston

Folder 494 Funston

Folder 495 Furguson

Folder 496 Furhman. Rogers, Donna

Folder 497 Gable. Conner, Jack.

Folder 498 Gailbreath

Folder 499 Galbraith

Folder 500 Galbraith

Folder 501 Gallaher. Penrose.

Folder 502 Galt. Scott, Mero.

Folder 503 Garland. Anderson, Mary Agnes.

Folder 504 Garman. Pennington, Ann.

Folder 505 Garman

Folder 506 Garman, Harry

Folder 507 Gault. Mast, George.

Folder 508 Gault Family

Folder 509 Gause. Gause, Dr. Paul E.

Folder 510 Gay. Goodall, Jean.

Folder 511 Gayman. Gehman.

Folder 512 Gehr. Channel, Rosemary.

Folder 513 Geib. Smith, Charles.

Folder 514 Geiger. Brown, Ruth.

Folder 515 Gensemer. Gensemer, Dick.

Folder 516 George. Heaney, Norman.

Folder 517 Gerber

Folder 518 Gerber. Dawson, Dr. Jeanne.

Folder 519 Gerz, Alex

Folder 520 Getz. Berrgren, Betty.

Folder 521 Geyer. Staruper. Kershner.

 

Box 8

Folder 522 Gibboney

Folder 523 Gibboney. Hawbaker, Hazel.

Folder 524 Gibboney. Ward, Geraldine.

Folder 526 Gibbony, Don

Folder 527 Gibby, F. L.

Folder 528 Gibson, M. L.

Folder 529 Giffin, Dan

Folder 530 Gilchrist.Green, Mrs. George

Folder 531 Gingrich, Dr. Joe

Folder 532 Gish. Russell, Ruth N.

Folder 533 Gish

Folder 534 Glass. Boone, Dorothy.

Folder 535 Glen, Wayne

Folder 536 Gochenour. Goughenour, Dwayne.

Folder 537 Gochenour. Snyder, Helen. Herr, Joseph and Esther.

Folder 538 Gochenour, H. S.

Folder 539 Gochenauer. Wolf, Gene.

Folder 540 Gochnauer. Gimlin.

Folder 541 Goetz

Folder 542 Goff. Gilliland.Gier, Charles

Folder 543 Goldfus, Joe

Folder 544 Goldfus, Joe

Folder 545 Gonnis. Thibault.

Folder 546 Good. Good, Galen.

Folder 547 Good

Folder 548 Good, Louis G.

Folder 549 Goode, James

Folder 550 Goodman, John

Folder 551 Goodman, John Q.

Folder 552 Gordon. Wurster, Vickie.

Folder 553 Gottlieb. Hruska, Mrs. Thomas.

Folder 554 Graft. MacGoldrick, Mrs. Marliene.

Folder 555 Gratz. Crotts. Chapman, Cynthia.

Folder 556 Graeff. Mowrer, Jeanne.

Folder 557 Graf. Shelly, Bess.

Folder 558 Graf. Kingsbury, Allin D.

Folder 559 Graham. Stewart. Miller, Betty. Canada.

Folder 560 Grafs. Grass.

Folder 561 Grau. Graw. Sullivan, Joseph G.

Folder 562 Graw. Sullivan, Joe.

Folder 563 Gray, Clarence E.

Folder 564 Gray

Folder 565 Graybill. Groff. Bortner, Ruth.

Folder 566 Greiter. Kreider. McHenry, Jane.

Folder 567 Grider. Grider, Don

Folder 568 Grinder. Turner, Tina.

Folder 569 Grisso

Folder 570 Groetzinger. Banta, Bob.

Folder 571 Groff. Groff, Peter. Kruckenberg, Janet.

Folder 572 Groff. Kirby, Mrs. Barbara Shomp

Folder 573 Groff

Folder 574 Swamp John Groff. Descendants of Martin Groff and Barbara Hoover. Christian H. Groff and Mary Mowrer.

Folder 575 Groff

Folder 576 Groff. Mackley. Curtin, Barbara.

Folder 577 Groff. Grove, Gerald.

Folder 578 Groff. Snyder. Land Office and Notes.

Folder 579 Groff. Zimmerman, Verna.

Folder 580 Groff. Maxwell, Charles Frederick

Folder 581 Groff. Brackbill, Martin.

Folder 582 Groff. Malony, Mrs. J.

Folder 583 Groff. Gale, Jack.

Folder 584 Groff, David. N.

Folder 585 Groff. Zook, Betty.

Folder 586 Groff. Schwartz, Frank.

Folder 587 Groff, Clyde.

Folder 588 Groff. Ellsworth Updates.

Folder 589 Groff. Mann, Mrs. Richard.

Folder 590 Groff

Folder 591 Groff

Folder 592 Groff

Folder 593 Groff. Letters.

Folder 594 Groff. Koerner.

Folder 595 Groff. Lebanon Groffs.

Folder 596 Groff. D.G.G.H.

Folder 597 Groff. Ewing.

Folder 598 Groff. Snyder, Helen.

Folder 599 Groff. D.G.G.H.

Folder 600 Groff. Grove, Andrew.

Folder 601 Groff

Folder 602 Groff

Folder 603 Groff. Mowrer. Charles, Michael.

Folder 604 Groff. Martic.

Folder 605 Groff. Brossman, Schuyler.

 

Box 9

Folder 606 Groh. Webber.

Folder 607 Grove. Crume, Rick.

Folder 608 Grove. May, Roberta.

Folder 609 Grove. Wise, Ken.

Folder 610 Grove. Groff. Longworth, Nancy.

Folder 611 Grove

Folder 612 Grove. Sutcliffe, Richard.

Folder 613 Grove

Folder 614 Grove. Maxwell, Charles.

Folder 615 Grove. Bretz, Carol.

Folder 616 Grube. Dornbaugh.

Folder 617 Gruber. Rung.

Folder 618 Guldin. Gale, Jack.

Folder 619 Gundlach. Feick, Anita.

Folder 620 Guthrie, Mrs. Hugh R.

Folder 621 Gutterson, Mildred

Folder 622 Haas. Moffatt, Sandy.

Folder 623 Habecker

Folder 624 Haldeman. Myers, Annie.

Folder 625 Haldeman, S. S.

Folder 626 Halliday, Slaymaker. Harkins, Elizabeth.

Folder 627 Hamaker. Blair, Linnie.

Folder 628 Hamilton. Davis.

Folder 629 Hamilton. Humes.

Folder 630 Hammaker, David

Folder 631 Hammer. Porter, Kathleen.

Folder 632 Hannum. Talens.

Folder 633 Hanse. Cubbin, Ethel.

Folder 634 Harkey.

Folder 635 Harnley. Peck, William.

Folder 636 Harrah. Hearne, Sheila.

Folder 637 Harris, Sandra

Folder 638 Hartford

Folder 639 Hartman

Folder 640 Hartman. Hruska, Pat.

Folder 641 Hartman

Folder 642 Harvey

Folder 643 Hasler. Brady, John.

Folder 644 Hauck. Hough. Henry, Patricia.

Folder 645 Hayes. Hilton.

Folder 646 Haymaker. Blair, Linnie.

Folder 647 Hays. Flavell.

Folder 648 Hays. Hartman, Beatrice.

Folder 649 Heckman. Trimble, David.

Folder 650 Heffer. Meridith, Elizabeth V.

Folder 651 Hegy. Gorman, Nadine.

Folder 652 Heidelbaugh

Folder 653 Heile, Robert

Folder 654 Heise

Folder 655 Heller

Folder 656 Helm. Payne.

Folder 657 Helwig. Long, Ruth Rassler.

Folder 658 Helwig. Allwein.

Folder 659 Helwig. Weigelt.

Folder 660 Hench. Shope, Shirley.

Folder 661 Henckel

Folder 662 Henckel. Harter, Mary.

Folder 663 Henderson

Folder 664 Henderson Mathew.

Folder 665 Henderson

Folder 666 Henderson. Watterfall, Mrs. Winnifred.

Folder 667 Henderson. Tory.

Folder 668 Henderson. Mayo, Ruth.

Folder 669 Hendricks

Folder 670 Hendrick. Prestwich, Howard Hendricks.

Folder 671 Henig. Walsh, Jackie Haney.

Folder 672 Henry, John M.

Folder 673 Henry. Maner, Al.

Folder 675 Hercelroth. Mohn.

Folder 676 Herchelroth, Ben.

Folder 677 Herman. Branthoover, W. R.

Folder 678 Herman. Burke, Barbara.

 

Box 10

Folder 679 Herr. Weiser, Fred.

Folder 680 Herr. Hougen, Dixie.

Folder 681 Herr. Denlinger, Donald.

Folder 682 Herr. Neuman.

Folder 683 Herr. Doherty.

Folder 684 Herr. Hollinger, Paul.

Folder 685 Herr, Anna Mae

Folder 686 Herr Info by Clyde Groff (green binder)

Folder 687 Herr. Chester County Estates, 1729.

Folder 688 Herr. Gen.

Folder 689 Herr’s Buried

Folder 690 Herr. Boyer, Carol.

Folder 691 Herr. Snyder, Helen.

Folder 692 Herr. Smith, Mary on Jacob Herr.

Folder 693 Herr. Post. Banta.

Folder 694 Herr, Isaac (will)

Folder 695 Herr. Benner, Henry.

Folder 696 Herr. Ruth, John.

Folder 697 Herring. Henry, Pat.

Folder 698 Hersh. Davis, Arnold.

Folder 699 Hershberger. Caffrey.

Folder 700 Hershey

Folder 701 Hershey, Saga of Jake

Folder 702 Hershey, Lois

Folder 703 Hess, Robert

Folder 704 Hess. McComb.

Folder 705 Hess. King, Carl.

Folder 706 Hess

Folder 707 Hess. King, Carl.

Folder 708 Hess. Shimp, Dave.

Folder 709 Hess, Wendell

Folder 710 Hess. Clemens, Clare Hess

Folder 711 Hess. Becker, Kathryn H.

Folder 712 Hess. King, Carl.

Folder 713 Hetzel. Buthker, W. B.

Folder 714 Hickman

Folder 715 Hiestand. Eby, Frank.

Folder 716 Hiestand, Mrs. Joseph

Folder 717 Hiestand. Knoll, Marjorie.

Folder 718 Hiestand

Folder 719 Hildabrand, James.

Folder 720 Hildebrand

Folder 721 Hildebrand. Dodge.

Folder 722 Hildebrand

Folder 723 Hildebrand. White, Andrew.

Folder 724 Hildebrand

Folder 725 Hilliard, Stephen

Folder 726 Hilton, Carl

Folder 727 Hinkle. Iles, Sherrie.

Folder 728 Hippy. Hippee. Hill, Jr.

Folder 729 Hippey. Hill, Luther.

Folder 730 Hipple. Chaklos, Mrs. John (Linda)

Folder 731 Hisle. Barnhisle. Sanders.

Folder 732 Hittle. Hittle, David R.

 

Box 11

Folder 733 Hoar. Horton.

Folder 734 Hochstetler

Folder 735 Hodgins. Donaldson, Pat.

Folder 736 Hodgskin. Donaldson, Pat.

Folder 737 Hoehn, Cresson

Folder 738 Hoenninger, Ed

Folder 739 Hoffer. Hoffer, Gerald.

Folder 740 Hoffine

Folder 741 Hoffman. Walter, Elmo.

Folder 742 Hoffman, Mrs. Gerald.

Folder 743 Hoffman. Gorman, Nadine.

Folder 744 Hoffman. Wright, Dr.

Folder 745 Hoffman. Wright, Dr. Burchard E.

Folder 746 Holliday. Harkins, Elizabeth.

Folder 747 Holliday. Harkins.

Folder 748 Holliday

Folder 749 Holliday. Harkins, Elizabeth.

Folder 750 Hollinger. Lee. Hollinger, Mary.

Folder 751 Hollinger

Folder 752 Holman, Dwight

Folder 753 Hoover. Lontz.

Folder 754 Hoover, Richard

Folder 755 Hoover, Richard

Folder 756 Hopkins. Hopkins, Wm.

Folder 757 Hopkins

Folder 758 Hopkins, H. H.

Folder 759 Hopkins. Lightner.

Folder 760 Hornberger. Steele, Dorothy.

Folder 761 Hornberger, Landis

Folder 762 Hornberger, Landis

Folder 763 Horning. Schwotzer.

Folder 764 Hostetter. Hochstetter. Bachman, David.

Folder 765 Hostetter. Bachman, David

Folder 766 Houston. McConnell, Mollie D.

Folder 767 Houston

Folder 768 Houston. Noble, Mrs. Will.

Folder 769 Hoyer. Brown.

Folder 770 Huber, John of Stockholm

Folder 771 Huber, Merle and Mary

Folder 772 Huber. Hoover. Mansfield, Arlene.

Folder 773 Huber, John

Folder 774 Huber. Carson, Dr. David.

Folder 775 Huber. Lontz, Dr. Mary.

Folder 776 Huber. Hoober.

Folder 777 Hubley. Muench, Sarah Ellemaker-McIlvaine

Folder 778 Hubley. Cornell, Virginia.

Folder 779 Hughes. Miller.

Folder 780 Hughes. Miller, Michael.

Folder 781 Hughes. Hough, Jennie.

Folder 782 Hume, Karl

Folder 783 Hummel, Lamar

Folder 784 Hummer. Duke.

Folder 785 Humphrey. Johnstone, Cynthia.

Folder 786 Hunsberger. Park, Harold.

Folder 787 Irely. Ireley, Larry.

Folder 788 Iler. Peadon, William.

Folder 789 Irwin. Abadie, Susan.

Folder 790 Irwin

Folder 791 Irwin. Huffstetler.

Folder 792 Irwin

Folder 793 Jameson. Gibson. Hotchin, Lynn.

Folder 794 Jansen

Folder 795 Johnson. Rees, Mrs. Charles (Franceine)

Folder 796 Jennings. Powell.

Folder 797 Johnson. Fellows.

Folder 798 Johnston. Rhoads, Mildred on Gain Johnston.

Folder 799 Jones, Kenneth

Folder 800 Jones. Castro, Frank.

Folder 801 Jones. Renn, Janet.

Folder 802 Jones

Folder 803 Jumper

Folder 804 Junckers. Brehm, Jean.

Folder 805 Junker. Brehm, Jean.

 

Box 12

Folder 806 Kahl. Mowery, Jean.

Folder 807 Karper. Carper. Fraser, Joan.

Folder 808 Kastner. Kassner. Collings, Jean.

Folder 809 Kauffman. Bryan, Anna R. Cumberland County Historical Society.

Folder 810 Kiker. Kauffman.

Folder 811 Kauffman. Heinemann.

Folder 812 Kauffmann, David

Folder 813 Kay. Francis, Stephen.

Folder 814 Keen

Folder 815 Keener. Clair.

Folder 816 Keener

Folder 817 Keeney

Folder 818 Keller. Horne, Ann.

Folder 819 Kellerman

Folder 820 Kellerman

Folder 821 Kelms. Nash, R. W.

Folder 822 Kelsey. Kelsay, Carl.

Folder 823 Kelso

Folder 824 Kemper. Bernard, Allen.

Folder 825 Kendig. Boys.

Folder 826 Kendig. Nebel.

Folder 827 Kendig. Frappier, Pat.

Folder 828 Kendig. Brackbill. Eshleman. Brenneman. Herr, Ted.

Folder 829 Kendig. Boys. 1979.

Folder 830 Kendig. Mahoney.

Folder 831 Kendig. Herr. Ritter, David.

Folder 832 Kendig. Mylin. Wilkins, Mary.

Folder 833 Kendig. Seitz. Ellsworth, Joan.

Folder 834 Kendrick. Hughes, Don.

Folder 835 Keplinger. Bentley. Leach.

Folder 836 Kern. Regel, Bessie Kern.

Folder 837 Kersting. Caston Jr., Charles.

Folder 838 Kieffer

Folder 839 Keifer. Busker, Dolores.

Folder 840 Kieffer. Kiefer.

Folder 841 Kilburn. Henry, Donald.

Folder 842 Kime. Kimes, George.

Folder 843 Kimmel. Zimmerman, Martha R.

Folder 844 Kinderman

Folder 845 King. Daily, Philip.

Folder 846 Kiser. Juricic, Andrea.

Folder 847 Kissinger

Folder 848 Kisthardt

Folder 849 Kintzer. Kinzer.

Folder 850 Kintzel. Taylor.

Folder 851 Kitch. Martell, Kathleen Kitch.

Folder 852 Klapp. Hess, Bernice.

Folder 853 Klein

Folder 854 Kline

Folder 855 Kline. Livingood, Fred.

Folder 856 Kline, Charles, H.

Folder 857 Kline

Folder 858 Kline. Kline, Charles.

Folder 859 Kline. Kline, Charles.

Folder 860 Kline

Folder 861 Kline of Manheim

Folder 862 Kline. Kline, Charles. Arndt.

Folder 863 Kling. Hughes, Fomie A.

Folder 864 Knight

Folder 865 Knox. Miner, Carol.

Folder 866 Knox. Eichner.

Folder 867 Koffroth

Folder 868 Koffroth, Willis A.

 

Box 13

Folder 869 Krehl. Hanson, Richard.

Folder 870 Kreider. Krytor. Snyder, Helen.

Folder 871 Krouse, Janet

Folder 872 Krum. Caston.

Folder 873 Kuehnle. Family History Center Atkins Salt Lake City.

Folder 874 Kuhl. Royer, Gladys.

Folder 875 Kuhl. Royer, Gladys.

Folder 876 Kunkle. Rogers, Mrs. Mildred.

Folder 877 Kuntz. Lamp, Clinton.

Folder 878 Kuntz. Windsor, Bernice C.

Folder 879 Kuntzelman. Smith, Mitchell.

Folder 880 Kunzler

Folder 881 Kuster. Fenner, Jim.

Folder 882 Lakey, Gilbert.

Folder 883 Lambert. Hounshell. Messersmith. Canfield, Clifford.

Folder 884 Landis. Michael, Prudence Groff.

Folder 885 Landis, Agnes.

Folder 886 Lane

Folder 887 Lane, Wendell

Folder 888 Lauver

Folder 889 Lauman. Lowman. Seward. Money.

Folder 890 Lausch. Goodwin.

Folder 891 Lausch. Miller, Woody.

Folder 892 Lawrence, James

Folder 893 Leaman, Peter

Folder 894 Leaman. Lehman. Layman.

Folder 895 Lee. Weible of Swathmore.

Folder 896 Leeper

Folder 897 Leeper. Schultz, Edna E.

Folder 898 Lefever, Franklin

Folder 899 Lehman

Folder 900 Lehman

Folder 901 Lehman, Martin

Folder 902 Leidig. Frick, Ruth.

Folder 903 Leidig. Ross. Morgan, Thomas.

Folder 904 Leidy. Lidy. Multiple spelling.

Folder 905 Leininger. Harkins.

Folder 906 Leman. Layman, Earl.

Folder 907 Leman. Lemon, Henry E.

Folder 908 Lenhart. Schwotzer.

Folder 909 Lesher. Buthker, Bill

Folder 910 Levis. Levis, Cal.

Folder 911 Levy. Bush.

Folder 912 Libhart. Giles.

Folder 913 Lichte. Engel.

Folder 914 Light. Light, Frank.

Folder 915 Light. Clemson, Chuck.

Folder 916 Light. Clemson, Charles.

Folder 917 Lightner. Whitehill, Sam.

Folder 918 Lightner and misc?

Folder 919 Line

Folder 920 Linebaugh

Folder 921 Link. Winkelhoch.

Folder 922 Lingle, Robert

Folder 923 Loeb. Hammaker, David.

Folder 924 Long (see Zink folder)

Folder 925 Long. Zink. (see Long folder)

Folder 926 Long, Don

Folder 927 Long, Robert W.

Folder 928 Long, Robert

Folder 929 Longenecker. Fox, Malcolm.

Folder 930 Longenecker, Carlton, Ruth.

Folder 931 Longenecker. McKean, Matt.

Folder 932 Longenecker. McKean, Matt.

Folder 933 Lord. Muska, Blanche.

Folder 934 Lotz. Lott, Philip.

Folder 935 Lower. Simons, Elwyn.

Folder 936 Lowry, Pat

Folder 937 Lowry. Lowery. Alderman.

Folder 938 Lowry. McIlvaine.

Folder 939 Ludwig. Peasley.

Folder 940 Luther. Rosenhamer, Delores Diebold.

Folder 941 Lutz. Barron.

Folder 942 Luzier. Johnston, Stella Luzier.

Folder 943 Lyday

Folder 944 Lynch. Loren.

Folder 945 Lyter. Aten, Grace.

Folder 946 Lytle. Howry.

Folder 947 Lytle, Mary E.

 

Box 14

Folder 948 Mackinson, P. R.

Folder 949 Mackinson, Peter

Folder 950 Mahan

Folder 951 Mahan

Folder 952 Mahan. Mahaw research.

Folder 953 Mahan. Mahan, J. M.

Folder 954 Mairs, C. F.

Folder 955 Makinson, Peter R.

Folder 956 Makinson, Peter

Folder 957 Makinson, Peter

Folder 958 Manderbaugh, Henry

Folder 959 Manderbaugh. Allwein.

Folder 960 Manley, Richard

Folder 961 Mann. Helms.

Folder 962 Mann. Chilcote, Glenda.

Folder 963 Mann, Jerry

Folder 964 March. Marsh.

Folder 965 Marsh. Campbell, Maria.

Folder 966 Marshall. Poeter.

Folder 967 Marshall. Marshall, Jim.

Folder 968 Mart. Kiddoo.

Folder 969 Martin, J. Stanwood

Folder 970 Martin. Blanks, Mildred.

Folder 971 Martin

Folder 972 Martin. Showalter.

Folder 973 Martin of Earl

Folder 974 Martin. Johnson, Loretta.

Folder 975 Martin. Duggan, Ed.

Folder 976 Matlack. Clark, Arlen.

Folder 977 Maurer. Freed, James M.

Folder 978 Maxwell. Weible.

Folder 979 Maxwell

Folder 980 May. Bender. Kryder, Edward

Folder 981 May. Bittikofer.

Folder 982 Mayer. Higley, Paula.

Folder 983 Menhart. Maynard.

Folder 984 Maynard. Diller.

Folder 985 McAfferty. Donnelly, Beverly.

Folder 986 McAlister, Meridith Martha

Folder 987 McAllister. Stoddard.

Folder 988 McCalley. Lefevre. Bishop, John F.

Folder 989 McCauley

Folder 990 McCleary. McCarey, John.

Folder 991 McClarey, John.

Folder 992 McClure. McCluer, Leon.

Folder 993 McClure

Folder 994 McCollough. McGuire.

Folder 995 McConnaughey. Gregory, Pat.

Folder 996 McCord. Read, Mrs. W. A.

Folder 997 McCrea

Folder 998 McElvain, Walter

Folder 999 McGiboney. Green, Mrs. George.

Folder 1000 McGinn, Harry

Folder 1001 McGlaughlin

Folder 1002 McGlaughlin. McLaughlin.

Folder 1003 McIlhenny

Folder 1004 McKain. Curtin, Barbara.

Folder 1005 McKee. Gerberding, Rex.

Folder 1006 McKim. Helman. McKim, Wlm.

Folder 1007 McPherson. MacPherson, Earl.

Folder 1008 McTaggart. Gruener.

Folder 1009 McVey. Busker, Dolores.

Folder 1010 Mearig, Bud

Folder 1011 Mearig, Bud

Folder 1012 Meffert. Bowmaster, Mrs. Wm.

Folder 1013 Meixell. Millward, Cathleen.

Folder 1014 Meixell. Mikesell, Larry.

Folder 1015 Meliza. (multiple spellings) Meliza, Robert.

Folder 1016 Mellinger. Dolney, Doris M.

Folder 1017 Menagh. Dean, William.

Folder 1018 Mengel

Folder 1019 Menough

Folder 1020 Merkel, John

Folder 1021 Metz, Mrs. Donald

Folder 1022 Metzler. Metzler, Ben.

Folder 1023 Meyer. Stevens, Scudder.

Folder 1024 Meyer. Adams, Dorothy.

Folder 1025 Meyer. Williams, Mary.

Folder 1026 Meyer. Good, Noah.
Folder 1027
Meyer. Mohn.

Folder 1028 Meyers. Bender. Kryder.

 

Box 15

Folder 1029 Midcalf. Metcalf. Midkiff, Joseph.

Folder 1030 Mies. Canfield, Clifford.

Folder 1031 Millard. Rogers, Dr. Anna.

Folder 1032 Miller. Stickles, Tom.

Folder 1033 Miller. Bloom, Raymond Roll.

Folder 1034 Miller. Hargrove, Jerry.

Folder 1035 Miller. Sherman, Dr. Janette.

Folder 1036 Miller. Irwin. Moore. Eastlope, Mrs. Deanna.

Folder 1037 Miller. McMahon, Henry. 1738. Derry.

Folder 1038 Miller. Beck, Yvonne.

Folder 1039 Miller. Hargrove, Jerry.

Folder 1040 Miller, Earl C.

Folder 1041 Miller. Ephrata.

Folder 1042 Miller. Vaughn, Bernice Miller.

Folder 1043 Miller

Folder 1044 Miller. Romberger.

Folder 1045 Miller. Wayne.

Folder 1046 Miller. Long, John.

Folder 1047 Miller, Charles

Folder 1048 Mills. Groff.

Folder 1049 Minnich

Folder 1050 Miranda, Isaac. Will.

Folder 1051 Mitchell. Honeywell, Donald.

Folder 1052 Montieth, Alex

Folder 1053 Moody. Rabena.

Folder 1054 Mooney

Folder 1055 Moor. Shibley.

Folder 1056 Moore, John

Folder 1057 Moore, Dr. George

Folder 1058 Moore. Haeberle, Rosamond.

Folder 1059 Moore. Wilson.

Folder 1060 Moore. Peoples, David S.

Folder 1061 Mordah. Hutchings.

Folder 1062 Morgan. Forker.

Folder 1063 Morgan. Forker II.

Folder 1064 Morgan. Morgan, Myron.

Folder 1065 Morgan. Pates.

Folder 1066 Morgan

Folder 1067 Morgan. Pates.

Folder 1068 Morgan. Jones. Jenkins. Farquar. Forker.

Folder 1069 Morgan. Jones. Jenkins. Farquar. Forker.

Folder 1070 Morton. Throne, Elizabeth M.

Folder 1071 Muckel, Barbara

Folder 1072 Muma. Moomaw, Robert A.

Folder 1073 Muma. Merritt, Eris.

Folder 1074 Mumma. Moomaw, Robert.

Folder 1075 Mumma

Folder 1076 Mummah, J. E.

Folder 1077 Mundorff

Folder 1078 Murray. Willse.

Folder 1079 Murry

Folder 1080 Musser. Nelson.

Folder 1081 Musser. Richard. Roy.

Folder 1082 Myer. Klinger, Bob.

Folder 1083 Myer of Lancaster Twp.

Folder 1084 Myer, Richard E.

Folder 1085 Myer. Meyers. Moyer. Adams, Dorothy.

Folder 1086 Myer

Folder 1087 Myers

Folder 1088 Myers, Bruce

Folder 1089 Myers. Klinger, Bob.

Folder 1090 Myer. Meyer. Moyer.

 

Box 16

Folder 1091 Myers

Folder 1092 Myers, Jane. Armentrout.

Folder 1093 Myers. Bart Twp.

Folder 1094 Myers. Adams, Dorothy.

Folder 1095 Myer. Klinger, Bob.

Folder 1096 Myers. Dowsett, Wm.

Folder 1097 Mylin. Mitchell, Don.

Folder 1098 Mylin. Zemes, Peggy.

Folder 1099 Mylin. Mitchell.

Folder 1100 Nagle, Ray.

Folder 1101 Neff. Carter, Alfa.

Folder 1102 Neff. McMillan, Sue Neff.

Folder 1103 Neff. Schmitz.

Folder 1104 Neide. Neidigh.

Folder 1105 Neighbours

Folder 1106 Nelson. Kent.

Folder 1107 Nelson. Kemp.

Folder 1108 Nestlerode. Butts.

Folder 1109 Nestlerode. Stine, Jean.

Folder 1110 Neuman. Kyle, Jean.

Folder 1111 Newcomer. Bannister, Nancy.

Folder 1112 Newman. Clifton, Mrs. Esther.

Folder 1113 Newswanger. Vernon. Cole.

Folder 1114 Ney

Folder 1115 Nicol

Folder 1116 Nicol. Durham, C.

Folder 1117 Nissley

Folder 1118 Nissley. Lace, Lois.

Folder 1119 Noll. May, Mrs. Willard.

Folder 1120 Noll. May, Mrs. Willard.

Folder 1121 Nutt. Amato.

Folder 1122 Oatman. DeVerter, Mrs. Richard W.

Folder 1123 O’Connell. Anderson. (Green binder)

Folder 1124 Ochs. Maize, Beth.

Folder 1125 Old. Reynolds, Wm.

Folder 1126 Orndorff. Berger.

Folder 1127 Orndorff

Folder 1128 Orr, Lee

Folder 1129 Orsinger

Folder 1130 Overhuls

Folder 1131 Owens

Folder 1132 Painter

Folder 1133 Painter, Dorothy

Folder 1134 Palmquist

Folder 1135 Park, Harold

Folder 1136 Park. Fichtel.

Folder 1137 Parmer

Folder 1138 Parr, Floyd

Folder 1139 Patterson. Kiegler.

Folder 1140 Patterson. Donaldson, John.

Folder 1141 Patterson, Mark

Folder 1142 Patton, R. J.

Folder 1143 Peebles. Peoples, David.

Folder 1144 Peelman

Folder 1145 Peiffer, Russell

Folder 1146 Perky, Jeff

Folder 1147 Pfautz. Davenport.

Folder 1148 Pfautz. Davenport, John Scott.

Folder 1149 Pfoutz

Folder 1150 Pfoutz

Folder 1151 Pfoutz. Dorsett, Todd.

Folder 1152 Phenegar. Cauller, Sara.

Folder 1153 Phluegers. Woods.

Folder 1154 Pickel. Dilfer, Mrs. Jack.

Folder 1155 Pickel. Crump, Alma.

Folder 1156 Pickel

Folder 1157 Pickel. Ronan, Sylvia Pickel

Folder 1158 Pickel

Folder 1159 Pickel. Wilkins.

Folder 1160 Pickel. Barnes.

Folder 1161 Pickel, John

Folder 1162 Pickle, J. J.

Folder 1163 Pickle, David. Derx, Hardy.

Folder 1164 Pickell

Folder 1165 Pierce. Lawrence.

 

Box 17

Folder 1166 Pine. Rynhart, Christina.

Folder 1167 Pinkerton

Folder 1168 Pinkerton

Folder 1169 Pinkerton, Bruce.

Folder 1170 Pinkerton

Folder 1171 Pinkerton

Folder 1172 Pinkerton

Folder 1173 Pinkerton

Folder 1174 Pinkerton, Dr. R. B.

Folder 1175 Pinkerton, Bruce

Folder 1176 Pinkerton, R. D.

Folder 1177 Piper. Mickley.

Folder 1178 Plasterer

Folder 1179 Pomerene

Folder 1180 Porter. Long.

Folder 1181 Pote. Poet, John.

Folder 1182 Potts. Potts, Frank A.

Folder 1183 Potts. Schenke, Reynold.

Folder 1184 Potts. Davidson, Alvie.

Folder 1185 Prall

Folder 1186 Price, Kirstan, A.

Folder 1187 Proudfoot, C. L.

Folder 1188 Quickel

Folder 1189 Rabb

Folder 1190 Raffensberger, Ken

Folder 1191 Ramer

Folder 1192 Ramsey

Folder 1193 Randels

Folder 1194 Rasler

Folder 1195 Ray

Folder 1196 Ream. Blackmon, E. B.

Folder 1197 Ream. Schaeffer, Allen.

Folder 1198 Reedy. Lubbers, Ferne.

Folder 1199 Rees

Folder 1200 Rees

Folder 1201 Rees. Grover.

Folder 1202 Regan. Leeper. Schultze, Edna.

Folder 1203 Reid, Harry T.

Folder 1204 Reinhart. Gries, Karen.

Folder 1205 Remsberg. Knerr.

Folder 1206 Rhoads

Folder 1207 Rhoads. Meyers. Stephens, Barbara.

Folder 1208 Rhoads, Bob

Folder 1209 Rhodes, C. I.

Folder 1210 Rhodes

Folder 1211 Rhoten, Rex R.

Folder 1212 Ritchie. Lutz.

Folder 1213 Rittel, Mrs. Charles

Folder 1214 Ritz. Holt, Dr. John E.

Folder 1215 Roads

Folder 1216 Robb. Mansfield.

Folder 1217 Robb. Collins, Lucia.

Folder 1218 Robinson

Folder 1219 Robinson, Sidwell, Reitzel

Folder 1220 Robinson. Marcus, Margaret.

Folder 1221 Robinson

Folder 1222 Robinson

Folder 1223 Robinson

Folder 1224 Robinson. Marcus, Margaret.

 

Box 18

Folder 1225 Rock, Raymond

Folder 1226 Rockey. Bart Twp.

Folder 1227 Rohrbaugh

Folder 1228 Rorer, Jr., John A.

Folder 1229 Rohrer. Spidell, Donald.

Folder 1230 Rohrer. Smelker, Diane.

Folder 1231 Rohrer. Wickliffe, Neal.

Folder 1232 Roland. Kergall, Mary.

Folder 1233 Roland. Diller, Edwin.

Folder 1234 Romberger

Folder 1235 Roland. Rowland, Betty.

Folder 1236 Rose, Ben Lacy

Folder 1237 Ross. Walker, Gladys.

Folder 1238 Ross

Folder 1239 Rubinsky. Gibbons, Rodney.

Folder 1240 Rudy. Lindeman. Yoder, Gwen.

Folder 1241 Rudy. German Rudy Immigrants to Lancaster Co., PA 1737. (Yellow book)

Folder 1242 Rudy

Folder 1243 Rudy, Robert S.

Folder 1244 Rudy. Hahn, Mrs. E. D.

Folder 1245 Rudy. Peer, Marie.

Folder 1246 Rung

Folder 1247 Ruhl. Mohler. Wiegand, Margurite.

Folder 1248 Ryan. Rine. Miller, Dorothy.

Folder 1249 Ryan, James.

Folder 1250 Sala. Campbell, Margaret.

Folder 1251 Sapp. Irwin, Dr. & Mrs. L. M.

Folder 1252 Saylor. Family History Center. Remington, Gordon.

Folder 1253 Schaeffer

Folder 1254 Schantz

Folder 1255 Scheikenback, Dieter.

Folder 1256 Schellenberger. Abbott, Mrs. Ira.

Folder 1257 Schenk. Dissinger, Kenneth.

Folder 1258 Schlabach. Slabach. Slayback. Sonen.

Folder 1259 Schleiermacher. Slaymaker. Jackson.

Folder 1260 Schnee. Anderson.

Folder 1261 Schollas. Demoret. Russell, Dorotha M.

Folder 1262 Schum. Bauer. Beer.

Folder 1263 Schwalm. Tallman, George.

Folder 1264 Schwalm. Gallagher, Florence.

Folder 1265 Schwalm. Jones.

Folder 1266 Scott. Bowen, Mary.

Folder 1267 Scott. Bowen, Mary.

Folder 1268 Scott. John Scott Family.

Folder 1269 Scott, Sam

Folder 1270 Seaman. Merritt, Thomas.

Folder 1271 Sechman. Sechman, Blanche.

Folder 1272 Sechrist, Douglas

Folder 1273 Sechrist, Wilbur

Folder 1274 Secrist, Robert

Folder 1275 Secrist

Folder 1276 Seibert. Coleman, E & R Research.

Folder 1277 Seibert. Soronsen.

Folder 1278 Seifried. Lowry, Frank.

Folder 1279 Seiple. Brown.

Folder 1280 Sellers. Ratzloff, Donna.

Folder 1281 Sener

 

Box 19

Folder 1282 Shade. Schade. Ruble.

Folder 1283 Shaffner.

Folder 1284 Schallenburg. Kubortz. Keeportz.

Folder 1285 Shallenberger. Fahrini.

Folder 1286 Shallenberger. Guyer.

Folder 1287 Shallenberger. Jansen.

Folder 1288 Shallenberger

Folder 1289 Shallenberger. Roy, Richard.

Folder 1290 Shallenberger

Folder 1291 Shallenberger

Folder 1292 Shallanberger. Shellenberger.

Folder 1293 Shallus. Shallis. Betz, Wilma.

Folder 1294 Shank. Shenk.

Folder 1295 Shank. Clopper, Jack.

Folder 1296 Shank

Folder 1297 Shank. Shenk. Clopper, Jack.

Folder 1298 Shanks. Tennessee.

Folder 1299 Shannon, Rita

Folder 1300 Shara. McGuire.

Folder 1301 Shaw. White. Walker, Aurabelle.

Folder 1302 Sheaffer. Cary.

Folder 1303 Shell. Pritchett, Margie.

Folder 1304 Shelly. Shelley. Stahmer, Katherine.

Folder 1305 Shenk. Dissinger, Kenneth.

Folder 1306 Shenk. Eberly, Charles.

Folder 1307 Shenk

Folder 1308 Shenk. Anderson, Jane.

Folder 1309 Sherrill

Folder 1310 Sherts

Folder 1311 Shertz

Folder 1312 Shipley. Dill. Combrink, Wilma J.

Folder 1313 Shire, Lowell W.

Folder 1314 Shoaff, Rhea

Folder 1315 Shober. Shover.

Folder 1316 Shoch. Vander Veen, Mary.

Folder 1317 Shoff. Babb, Kevin.

Folder 1318 Shontz, Harry.

Folder 1319 Shontz. Todd, Robert.

Folder 1320 Short. Kauffman, LaRene.

Folder 1321 Shroyer. Shiller.

Folder 1322 Shupe. Lively, Verna.

Folder 1323 Shupert. Kendrick, Sue.

Folder 1324 Sides, Jos

Folder 1325 Sidwell, Larry

Folder 1326 Singer. Lyon.

Folder 1327 Singer. Smedley.

Folder 1328 Sipe. Seib.

Folder 1329 Skinner. Hoagland, Robert.

Folder 1330 Slabach. Slaybach. Schlabach.

Folder 1331 Slaybach. Slabach. Schlabach. Hoffman. Gorman, Nadine.

Folder 1332 Slabach

 

Box 20

Folder 1333 Slaymaker

Folder 1334 Slaymaker, Howard

Folder 1335 Slaymaker

Folder 1336 Slaymaker

Folder 1337 Slaymaker, Sally

Folder 1338 Slaymaker

Folder 1339 Slaymaker

Folder 1340 Slaymaker. Groff, Nancy Jean.

Folder 1341 Slaymaker

Folder 1342 Slaymaker. Covey, Charles.

Folder 1343 Slaymaker. Schoolwork by Slaymaker Children. (photocopies)

Folder 1344 Slater

Folder 1345 Slosser. Seubold.

Folder 1346 Smice. Schmeiss. Brink.

Folder 1347 Smith. Myers. Eby, Marie.

Folder 1348 Smith, Maurice

Folder 1349 Smith, Lydia. Will.

Folder 1350 Smoker.

Folder 1351 Smoll. Hall, Jaretha.

Folder 1352 Smucker. Smucker, Silas.

Folder 1353 Smucker

Folder 1354 Snavely. McIlvaine.

Folder 1355 Snevely. Long, Jr., G. E.

Folder 1356 Snevely

Folder 1357 Snyder, Margaret

Folder 1358 Snyder, Gov.

Folder 1359 Snyder. Cobler. Payne, Marjory.

Folder 1360 Snyder. Martin, Stan.

Folder 1361 Snyder. Lontz.

Folder 1362 Snyder

Folder 1363 Snyder

Folder 1364 Snyder, Larry

Folder 1365 Sohn. Sims, Pauline.

Folder 1366 Sollenberger. Schellenberger.

Folder 1367 Sosey. Titlow, Mary.

Folder 1368 Spear. Speer. Eshelman.

Folder 1369 Spera. Mossel, Ruby.

Folder 1370 Spira

Folder 1371 Spitznaugle, Rudolph

Folder 1372 Sprengle

Folder 1373 Stager, Helen

Folder 1374 Staley. Keller, Joan.

Folder 1375 Staley, Ray

Folder 1376 Stark, Robert

Folder 1377 Statler

Folder 1378 Stauffer

Folder 1379 Stauffer. Fox, Warren.

Folder 1380 Stauffer. Hoover, Amos B.

Folder 1381 Stauffer. Steagall, Wanda.

Folder 1382 Stauffer. Flick, Ronald L.

Folder 1383 Steach

Folder 1384 Stech. Steele.

Folder 1385 Steck

Folder 1386 Steffy, Dale

Folder 1387 Steffy, Charles

Folder 1388 Steffy

Folder 1389 Steiner. Stoner. Gould, Marjorie.

Folder 1390 Stewart

 

Box 21

Folder 1391 Stiegel

Folder 1392 Stiegel, Baron

Folder 1393 Still. Erdman, Claudia Harper.

Folder 1394 Stofer, Ringo

Folder 1395 Stone

Folder 1396 Stoner. Horner, Jack.

Folder 1397 Stouffer

Folder 1398 Stover, Jim

Folder 1399 Stover. Williams, Robert of Thomasville.

Folder 1400 Stover

Folder 1401 Strickler, Thelma

Folder 1402 Strickler, Lt. Gov. Daniel B.

Folder 1403 Strohm. Eshleman. Hensel, Donald.

Folder 1404 Strohm. Francis.

Folder 1405 Stubbs. Boomsma.

Folder 1406 Studebaker

Folder 1407 Stull

Folder 1408 Stuntz

Folder 1409 Stutzman

Folder 1410 Styer

Folder 1411 Sullenberger, Robert

Folder 1412 Sullivan

Folder 1413 Summy. Porter, Mrs. Darlene.

Folder 1414 Supplee

Folder 1415 Sutcliffe, Dick

Folder 1416 Swartz

Folder 1417 Sweigart. Hollar.

Folder 1418 Sweigart. Howell, Ruth.

Folder 1419 Swisher. Huston.

Folder 1420 Swope. Fanus.

Folder 1421 Swope

Folder 1422 Sybert. Dwight, Syble.

Folder 1423 Sybert

Folder 1424 Teas. Tice. Johnson, Mrs. Raoul.

Folder 1425 Templeton. Rung, Al.

Folder 1426 Templeton

Folder 1427 Thoma

Folder 1428 Thoma. Thomas. Schelbert, Leo.

Folder 1429 Thoma. Bamberger, Dr. Grant.

Folder 1430 Thoman

Folder 1431 Thomas. Davis, Mrs. Faye.

Folder 1432 Thomas. Davis, Mrs. Faye.

Folder 1433 Thomas. McQuilkin.

Folder 1434 Thompson. McManus, Marleen.

Folder 1435 Thompson. Heaney, Norman.

Folder 1436 Thompson. Magnus, La Velle.

Folder 1437 Thompson. Bowman.

Folder 1438 Thomson, Jerry

Folder 1439 Thornburgh, Rev.

Folder 1440 Thuma, Phil.

Folder 1441 Thuma. Schelbert.

Folder 1442 Tomaszewski

Folder 1443 Tombow

Folder 1444 Tombow. Boulware.

Folder 1445 Tout. Henry, Ralph.

Folder 1446 Tout

Folder 1447 Trevitz

Folder 1448 Trout

Folder 1449 Trout, George E.

Folder 1450 Trout, George

Folder 1451 Trout, George

Folder 1452 Trout, Ruthe & George

Folder 1453 Trout, Maurice

Folder 1454 Ulman. Williams, Shirle Lamb.

Folder 1455 Ulrich. Lontz, Mary.

Folder 1456 Unger

Folder 1457 Updegraff

Folder 1458 Utts. Utz.

 

Box 22

Folder 1459 Van Camp, Richard

Folder 1460 Van Lear

Folder 1461 Vaughen

Folder 1462 Vogan. Stewart.

Folder 1463 Vogan. Stewart, Mrs. Charles.

Folder 1464 Vogan. Shannon.

Folder 1465 Wachter

Folder 1466 Wagner. Crowley.

Folder 1467 Wagoner. Lawler.

Folder 1468 Walker. Dolan.

Folder 1469 Walters. Walters, Ron.

Folder 1470 Wanner. Van Dyke, Myrtle.

Folder 1471 Ward. Ermutlu, Karen.

Folder 1472 Warnor. Cole, Mary.

Folder 1473 Warfel. Warfield, Delmar.

Folder 1474 Watson. Haslam, Pat.

Folder 1475 Watson. Hobbs, Beverly.

Folder 1476 Way, John

Folder 1477 Weaver. Evans, Jr., Mel.

Folder 1478 Weaver. Wilton. Evans, Mel.

Folder 1479 Weaver, Richard

Folder 1480 Wecht. Whitaker, James.

Folder 1481 Weese

Folder 1482 Weese, Harry M.

Folder 1483 Weidner. McAllister, Anne.

Folder 1484 Weidner. Ross, Judge.

Folder 1485 Weimer, Christopher. Myers, Paul.

Folder 1486 Wiemert. Barton.

Folder 1487 Weinland. Yowler, Martha on Wineland.

Folder 1488 Weist. Hassler. Saylor, Mary.

Folder 1489 Weit. Ephrata.

Folder 1490 Weitzel, William

Folder 1491 Weller

Folder 1492 Weller, Lowell, E.

Folder 1493 Weller. Basciani, Gary.

Folder 1494 Welch. Welsh. Williams, Fred.

Folder 1495 Welsh. Welch. Chiles, Patty.

Folder 1496 Welsh. Bauer on Welsh.

Folder 1497 Welty. Stevens, Philip.

Folder 1498 Wenner. Van Dyke, Myrtle.

Folder 1499 Wenner. Van Dyke, Myrtle.

Folder 1500 Wentling

Folder 1501 Werner. Iles, Sherrie.

Folder 1502 Werner, Ralph

Folder 1503 Wertz. Gibson, Dorothy.

Folder 1504 Wetzell. Wentsell.

Folder 1505 Weybark. Whybark. Whybark, Quentin.

Folder 1506 Weyer. Creely, Dorothy.

Folder 1507 Whissler, John

Folder 1508 Whissler

Folder 1509 Whisler, Leroy

Folder 1510 White, Dale A.

Folder 1511 White. Stirba, Grace.

Folder 1512 White. Moore. Arnot.

Folder 1513 White, Stu

Folder 1514 Whitelock, Thomas

Folder 1515 Whiteside

Folder 1516 Wiant. Hendick.

Folder 1517 Winnins. Borg, Walter.

Folder 1518 Williams. Lones, Lela Lillian.

Folder 1519 Williams. Dail.

Folder 1520 Williamson. Robidoux.

Folder 1521 Wilson, Ronald.

Folder 1522 Wilson, Donald.

Folder 1523 Wilson. Metrician, Iris I.

Folder 1524 Wimer

Folder 1525 Wing. House, Betty.

Folder 1526 Wise. Stone on Wise.

Folder 1527 Wisler. Bonawit, Oby.

Folder 1528 Wissler. Harper on Wissler.

Folder 1529 Wissler. Mathias, Harry L.

Folder 1530 Wissler. Harper.

Folder 1531 Wissler. Hall, Willa.

Folder 1532 Witherspoon. Park, Harold.

Folder 1533 Witwer. Morrison, Bruce.

Folder 1534 Wolf. William. Amos.

Folder 1535 Wolf.

Folder 1536 Wolf. Wolfe, Carl.

Folder 1537 Wolfe, John E. Funk. Develin.

Folder 1538 Wolgemuth

Folder 1539 Wood. Crump, Alma.

Folder 1540 Wood, Edith.

Folder 1541 Wood. Crump, Alma.

Folder 1542 Woods. McDonough, Virginia.

Folder 1543 Woods, Triplett, Dixie.

 

Box 23

Folder 1544 Work. Mayer, Robert.

Folder 1545 Worrell, R.E.

Folder 1546 Worrell

Folder 1547 Wright

Folder 1548 Wright. Broderson, Margaret.

Folder 1549 Wurster, Keith

Folder 1550 Wysong

Folder 1551 Yeager. Hughes, Donald M.

Folder 1552 Yeirer, Mrs. R.

Folder 1553 Yerrick, W. B.

Folder 1554 Yetter. Garcia.

Folder 1555 Young, Frank

Folder 1556 Young

Folder 1557 Zehring. Seaton.

Folder 1558 Zendt. Swift.

Folder 1559 Zimmerman. Avant, Jr., David.

Folder 1560 Zorn. Zornes-Bourland, Jaynie.

Folder 1561 Zug. Bartells, Rowena

 

Box 24 Miscellaneous Surname Files

Folder 1562 Cavett. Cavett, Charles.

Folder 1563 Burkhart. Burkhart, Mrs. John.

Folder 1564 Crawford. Buchanan on Crawford.

Folder 1565 Buchanan, Robert

Folder 1566 Gery. Boze.

Folder 1567 Frye. Bomgardner, Hazel.

Folder 1568 Bair. Blake.

Folder 1569 Bitzer. Griffith on Bitzer.

Folder 1570 Beckstead, Bruce

Folder 1571 Bedinger

Folder 1572 Baumgardner. Miller of Co.

Folder 1573 Kagy. Battleson, M.

Folder 1574 Bernhard. Barnhart.

Folder 1575 Baker

Folder 1576 Baker. Good.

Folder 1577 Auxer. Oxer.

Folder 1578 Atlee

Folder 1579 Atchison

Folder 1580 Arnold. Corson.

Folder 1581 Groff. Appleby on Groff.

Folder 1582 Peter. Manderbaugh. Allwein.

Folder 1583 Albert

Folder 1584 Albert. Albert, Carl.

Folder 1585 Manderbaugh. Allwein.

Folder 1586 Albright, George and Elizabeth (Herr).

Folder 1587 Erb. Anderson.

Folder 1588 Walker. Ammon, Christine.

Folder 1589 Alter

Folder 1590 Sharer. Allison.

Folder 1591 Slaymaker. Jones. Yeates. Airy, John.

Folder 1592 Erhart. Airheart, D. L.

Folder 1593 Bachman. Addison on Heller Bachman.

Folder 1594 Abee Reunion

Folder 1595 Spencer on Canon

Folder 1596 Spangler. Scott, Helen Spangler.

Folder 1597 Stowman. Smith.

Folder 1598 Rentz. Snyder. Rans. Dietterick. Dietrich.

Folder 1599 Patton. Craig. Whitehill. Smith, Mrs. Anne.

Folder 1600 Huber. Smith. Harrisburg.

Folder 1601 Smiley

Folder 1602 Slaymaker Family History Notes

Folder 1603 Slagle

Folder 1604 Litz. Pfafman.

Folder 1605 Perky

Folder 1606 Moyer. Page.

Folder 1607 Omo. Ono, Pauline.

Folder 1608 Oatman. Hillegass, Jean.

Folder 1609 Officer Rutledge

Folder 1610 Ashman. Oehler on Ashman – Condy.

Folder 1611 Ogletree

Folder 1612 Boyd. Oakes, Carl.

Folder 1613 Noble. Avis.

Folder 1614 Diefenderfer. Kahler.

Folder 1615 Diddle. Moran.

Folder 1616 Dickover

Folder 1617 Gochenour. Dawson.

Folder 1618 Thomas

Folder 1619 Clemens, Ralph A.

Folder 1620 Laird. Gould, John P.

Folder 1621 Goodman, Ken

Folder 1622 Glenn

Folder 1623 Glase, Fred

Folder 1624 Fishborn

Folder 1625 Lower. Esterday, Pat.

Folder 1626 Eshelman

Folder 1627 Erb. Hanson, William Erb.

Folder 1628 English. Cookson.

Folder 1629 Cook. Edwards, Clarice.

Folder 1630 Lature (multiple spellings) Hall, Ruth Gaines.

Folder 1631 Eckenroad. Hall, Lois.

Folder 1632 Haigler

Folder 1633 Hacker. Evans, Mel. 1977

Folder 1634 Hapecker. Habecker. Sanderson.

Folder 1635 Gunn. Riccardi.

Folder 1636 Ground. Franklin.

Folder 1637 Groff

Folder 1638 Groff. 1985 Groff Reunion.

Folder 1639 Griffin. Tope, Boyce.

Folder 1640 Graham

 

Miscellaneous Surname Files

Folder 1641 Mylin Story

Folder 1642 Muhlenberg. Richards.

Folder 1643 Moser

Folder 1644 Snyder. Montgomery. Austin. Kieffer.

Folder 1645 Campbell. Mitchell, Wm. A.

Folder 1646 Millseps

Folder 1647 Miller, Darroll

Folder 1648 Mylin. Kane

Folder 1649 Miles on Cramer

Folder 1650 Cottrell. Meyers. Farrell.

Folder 1651 Bushong. Malone, Johnita.

Folder 1652 Miranda. Maratta.

Folder 1653 Findlay. McMichael, Mary.

Folder 1654 Sullivan. McIlree, Eloise

Folder 1655 McCombs. Smith, D. Carlos Jr. of Raleigh, N.C. on John McCombs.

Folder 1656 McKean. McCain.

Folder 1657 Charles. Lowman.

Folder 1658 Shirk. Lively, David.

Folder 1659 Clark. Kinzie on Clark and Fitzgerald.

Folder 1660 Bowman. Kinter, Elgin.

Folder 1661 Eby.Kerr, Thelma.

Folder 1662 Kieffer, Ray.

Folder 1663 Kauffman. Eby. Kauffman, David.

Folder 1664 McFarland. Kaffenberger.

Folder 1665 Whitmore. Marion Johson on Whitmore. Smith.

Folder 1666 Johnson, Gain. Rhoades.

Folder 1667 Sherer. Johnston, John. 1/6/1982

Folder 1668 Shallenberger. Jansen.

Folder 1669 Humlong. Montgomery. Finney. Wilson. Boyd.

Folder 1670 Hamspacher. Hough, Mrs. James. Houspocher.

Folder 1671 Hoge. Shughart.

Folder 1672 Himes. Stafford.

Folder 1673 Heidlebaugh, Erma.

Folder 1674 Shindledecker. Ferguson, Mrs. D. B.

Folder 1675 Winterbauer. Riley.

Folder 1676 Cooper. Meredith on Cooper.

Folder 1677 Barkley. Plummer, Harold.

Folder 1678 Freemole, George.

Folder 1679 Grossman. Peer, Maria.

Folder 1680 Eshleman

Folder 1681 Eshleman, H. S.

Folder 1682 Wisner. Barshay.

Folder 1683 Neff. For Alfa Jean Carter.

Folder 1684 Mylin. Eshleman, W. J.

Folder 1685 Sweigart. Martin of Ephrata.

Folder 1686 Lingenfelter. Hunter, Davis.

Folder 1687 McConnell. Burnside. Watts.

Folder 1688 Templeton, Jere

Folder 1689 Graybill. Reeves, E. E.

Folder 1690 Byler, Edgar D. III

Folder 1691 Miller, Jacob. for Kiddle.

Folder 1692 Morgan

Folder 1693 Graybill. Reeves, E. E. (red folder)

Folder 1694 Hershey, Jake

 

Box 26

Folder 1695 Whitehill. Zimmerman, Mrs. John. Pittsburgh.

Folder 1696 Swift. Zendt.

Folder 1697 Zeller, May, Mrs. & Mrs James. Severs.

Folder 1698 Yingling, Arthur

Folder 1699 Hoffer. Wolfson.

Folder 1700 Wolfart. Wolford, Geo E. Multiple spellings.

Folder 1701 Wolfe, Col.

Folder 1702 Gochnauer. Wolfe.

Folder 1703 Wilson. Harding.

Folder 1704 Withers. Wilkins, Mary. California.

Folder 1705 Weyl. Weil. Wile. Peterson, Joan.

Folder 1706 Slaymaker. Thompson, Elizabeth.

Folder 1707 Whitmore. Nickles, Thelma.

Folder 1708 Weidler. Dallas, TX.

Folder 1709 Gabbert. Turner, Mrs. James.

Folder 1710 Groff. Tumbleson on Groff.

Folder 1711 Trout

Folder 1712 Thomas

Folder 1713 Leighty. Tingley, Warren.

Folder 1714 Swisher, Harold of Oxford, PA. Hogg.

Folder 1715 Swisher

Folder 1716 Swisher

Folder 1717 Swift

Folder 1718 Sweigart. Sewigart. Martin. March 1983

Folder 1719 Strain. Wood, Lawrence.

Folder 1720 Stramler

Folder 1721 Stires

Folder 1722 Cox. Brown. Stiloski, Louise.

Folder 1723 Shirk. Herr. Stiles.

Folder 1724 Vaughan. Stevenson, James H. III.

Folder 1725 Steel. Renn.

Folder 1726 Bollinger. Statler on Bollinger.

Folder 1727 Colgin. Staples. Strube. Stroop.

Folder 1728 Sitler. Schweitzer.

Folder 1729 Singer. Caldwell.

Folder 1730 Bowman. Siegle, Cath on Groff.

Folder 1731 Sides

Folder 1732 Groff. Ship lists.

Folder 1733 Shipe. Rylander.

Folder 1734 Rineer. Shimp, David.

Folder 1735 Schaffer. Shepherd on Schaffer – Royer.

Folder 1736 Shearer. Mundinger, Mrs. John.

Folder 1737 Sharra. Sharro.

Folder 1738 Ernst. Sharer, Charlotte.

Folder 1739 Herr. Shanabarger, Mrs. Geo. WV. 1982.

Folder 1740 Shaeffer. Hamilton on Shaeffer.

Folder 1741 Seldomridge, Mayone

Folder 1742 Schlabach, Zach

Folder 1743 Schantz

Folder 1744 Schallenberger

Folder 1745 Saylor, John

Folder 1746 Santer. 5/25/1979.

Folder 1747 Porter. Saddler.

Folder 1748 Rohrer. Rorrer.

Folder 1749 Bush Furnace. Frederick Stump. Shivers.

Folder 1750 Shipe. Rylander, Katy on Shipe.

Folder 1751 Rogers. Rogers on Schoolcraft.

Folder 1752 Robinson. Miller, Barbara.

Folder 1753 Rittenhouse, Joseph M. (1825 – 1903)

Folder 1754 Rippey

Folder 1755 Riggs, John

Folder 1756 Raub

Folder 1757 Radin. Rhaten.

Folder 1758 Moore. Reuter, Dr. George S. Jr.

Folder 1759 Resh, Jacob. 1731. Quinn of Lebanon.

Folder 1760 Resh, Henry. 1754.

Folder 1761 Reisinger

Folder 1762 Reifsynder. Smith, Donald. 1981.

Folder 1763 Schum. Reardon, Phillip.

Folder 1764 Ray, William A.

Folder 1765 Rambo

Folder 1766 Raub. Raup, John of Strasburg.

Folder 1767 Sellers. Ratzloff, Mrs. Menford.

Folder 1768 Rakestraw. Bart.

Folder 1769 Eby. Rahnis. 1981.

Folder 1770 Roeder. Rader, Dr. Wm. FL

Folder 1771 Pudenbaugh

Folder 1772 Miller. Musselman. Phelan.

 

Box 27 Slaymaker Research

Folder 1773 Slaymaker Book Proof

Folder 1774 Slaymaker, Sam

Folder 1775 Slaymaker. Evans.

Folder 1776 Slaymaker

Folder 1777 Williams on Slaymaker

Folder 1778 Slaymaker. Raw material.

Folder 1779 Slaymaker. For Jim Kinter. Portraits.

Folder 1780 Slaymaker, Lawrence genealogy

Folder 1781 Slaymaker

Folder 1782 Slaymaker, S. R. Newspaper clippings.

Folder 1783 Summers, Catherine on Slaymaker

Folder 1784 Slaymaker. 4/1980.

Folder 1785 Slaymaker

Folder 1786 Slaymaker School

Folder 1787 Slaymaker

Folder 1788 Slaymaker

Folder 1789 Slaymaker. White Chimneys.

Folder 1790 Slaymaker Letters

Folder 1791 Slaymaker

Folder 1792 Slaymakers – Ind.

Folder 1793 Slaymaker

Folder 1794 Slaymaker, Sam. 1846.

Folder 1795 Slaymaker. Wills.

Folder 1796 Person’s News

Folder 1797 Nothing written on folder. Slaymaker inside.

Folder 1798 Slaymaker. 1756. Land dispute.

Folder 1799 Slaymaker. Complete Family Outline for Genealogy.

Folder 1800 Slaymaker. 1981.

Folder 1801 Slaymaker

Folder 1802 Sam Slaymaker’s Attention

Folder 1803 Slaymaker History Inquiries to S. C. Slaymaker

Folder 1804 Sam

Folder 1805 Slaymaker item from George Groff. Trigonometry lesson.

Folder 1806 Ruth

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Kauffman: Henry Kauffman Papers, Series 1 Metal Trades
August 11, 2015

Call Number: MG-354, Series 1

3 boxes     64 folders     2.25 cubic feet

Repository: LancasterHistory.org (Organization); PV7

Shelving Location: Archives South, Side 9

Scope and Content Note: Series 1 contains Henry Kauffman’s research in pewter, copper, tin, silver, brass, and metal spinning. Documents include research notes, manuscripts, diagrams, photocopies and correspondence. In this series Mr. Kauffman found craftsmen from the mid-seventeenth century to mid-eighteenth century in each of these trades that were from the Lancaster area, outward to Philadelphia and beyond. Additional paperwork shows Mr. Kauffman’s participation in current organizations and seminars that gave him hands-on opportunities to practice these trades. Through his research one can get a better understanding of the different metal trades and just how important the trades were to the citizens in early America. Mr. Kauffman’s photos, hand sketches and diagrams show how and what the craftsmen produced, items that today we take for granted. This collection has primary and secondary sources to search through.

Creator: Kauffman, Henry J., 1908-2001.

System of Arrangement: This collection is arranged by subject into series.

Series 1 Metal Trades

Series 2 Gunsmithing and Iron Works

Series 3 Architecture

Series 4 Folk Art and Furniture

Series 5 Information on Historical Sites

Conditions for Access: No restrictions.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language: English

Source of Acquisition: Bequest of Henry J. Kauffman, 2001.

Accruals: No further accruals are expected.

Preferred Citation:Henry Kauffman Papers (MG-354), Series 1, Box #, Folder #, LancasterHistory.org

Subject Headings:

Metal-work.

Brasswork.

Copperwork.

Silverwork.

Tinware.

Pewter.

Metal-spinning.

Kauffman, Henry J., 1908-2001. (LHo LOC n 79070052)

Related Materials: See the photograph collections: Henry Kauffman Photograph Collection. See the curatorial collection for objects.

See the research library for Henry J. Kauffman’s publications.

Processing History: Organized and box list prepared by KSB, Summer 2015. Finding aid was created following DACS conventions.

 

Series 1 Metal Trades

Box 1

Folder 1 Pewter. Manuscripts, Patterns, and Correspondence

Folder 2 Pewter. Manuscripts, and Patterns, and Photos

Folder 3 Pewter. Research and Manuscripts

Folder 4 Pewter. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Pewter photos”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, and diagrams.

Folder 5 Pewter. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Pewter”. This folder contains diagram and image.

Folder 6 Pewter. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Pewter project”. This folder contains detailed drawing for a pewter tea pot.

Folder 7 Pewter. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Pewter”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, and diagrams.

Folder 8 Pewter. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Pewter photos”. This folder contains list of gunsmiths, research, manuscripts, images, diagrams and correspondence.

Folder 9 Pewter. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Pewter”. This folder contains manuscripts, and diagram.

Folder 10 Pewter. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Pewter Collection Club”. This folder contains Members lists.

Folder 11 Pewter. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Pewter”. This folder contains diagram, H. Kauffman business card, page from The Metal Industry; Shop problems, American Pewter Guild pamphlet.

Folder 12 Copper Research and Correspondence

Folder 13 Copper Research, Manuscripts, Hand sketch, Diagram, and Correspondence

Folder 14 Copper Manuscripts and Correspondence

Folder 15 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Copper photos”. This folder contains Brass founders lists, Photocopies from The Connecticut Antiquarian, correspondence, and request for deed for The Schaum, Coppersmiths.

Folder 16 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Copper”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, hand sketch and photocopy.

Folder 17 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Copper”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, and correspondence.

Folder 18 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Copper”. This folder contains research and correspondence.

Folder 19 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Copper”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, diagrams, and note about deed; handwritten deed book 293 “Frances Sanderson”.

Folder 20 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Copper”. This folder contains research and diagram, Pewter research and manuscript, Architecture research and drawings, Gunsmith research and manuscripts, correspondence, Golden Anniversary Banquet Class of 1929 Millersville State College, magazine Das Messingschlaegerhandwerk in Belgien, Letter from Moravian Church records for a Jacob Dickert and photocopy of a sign in German.

 

Box 2

Folder 21 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Copper”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, diagrams, photocopies, and correspondence.

Folder 22 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “About Copper & Brass Objects”. This folder contains research including The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, Inc. 1968, manuscripts regarding copper and Franklin fireplace and correspondence regarding copper & brass 1949-53, cast iron 1952-53, silversmith 1953, pewter 1953, gunsmith 1954, clock & watch makers 1953, medical pioneers 1953, cannons 1953, agriculture 1954, personal .

Folder 23 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Copper Xerox copies”. This folder contains photocopies, diagram, pages from A Day at a Copper and Lead Factory pages 477-484, note about deed; handwritten deed book 293 “Frances Sanderson”.

Folder 24 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Coppersmithing”. This folder contains manuscripts and diagram.

Folder 25 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Copper photos”. This folder contains research, manuscript and order form for H.J. Kauffman’s American Copper & Brass book.

Folder 26 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Copper”. This folder contains photocopies for local coppersmiths.

Folder 27 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Craftsmen Copper Pewter”. This folder contains research, manuscript and correspondence.

Folder 28 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “The Trade Apple”. This folder contains research and manuscript.

Folder 29 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Tea Kettle”. This folder contains research, diagrams, Anaconda American Brass Company catalog 1961, correspondence, and request form from Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts and Standards for manuscripts from Winterthur Publications.

Folder 30 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Tea Kettle”. This folder contains research, manuscript on blacksmithing, diagram of German house, correspondence regarding Conestoga wagon, Pa houses and barns, and personal, Christmas card, advertisement for Pennsylvania Dutch American Folk Art, application for permission to reproduce for The Baltimore Museum of Arts, request form for Pennsylvania Dutch American Folk Art from Penn State, photocopy from Joslin Hall rare books catalog, and pages from School Art pages 271-278 date 1946.

Folder 31 Silver. Diagrams

Folder 32 Silver. Manuscript, Pattern, Correspondence and Silversmithing conference certificate

Folder 33 Silver. Research, Manuscripts, Diagrams, Silhouette, and Correspondence

Folder 34 Silver. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Bells”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, hand sketch, correspondence, booklet Revere Bells by Edward C. & Evelyn Stickney dated 1961 and Article from New York-Pennsylvania Collector January 16, 1990 written by HJ Kauffman on Historic American Bells)

Folder 35 Silver. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Harris William Eugene”. This folder contains manuscripts.

Folder 36 Silver. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Silver”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, diagrams, photocopies for local silversmiths and correspondence.

Folder 37 Silver. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Silver”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, diagrams, photocopies, correspondence, booklet Myer Myers Silversmith 1723-1795 by Jane Bortman Larus and article from Antique Review June 1995 by Mildred Jailer-Chamberlain.

Folder 38 Silver. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Silver”. This folder contains manuscript and manuscript on gunsmith.

Folder 39 Silver. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Silver”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, diagrams plus diagrams for pewter items photocopy for William Logan a Silk Dyer and empty envelope labeled HJK 1704 Millersville Pike, Lancaster, Pa Crandall’s Blocks for Children.

Folder 40 Tin. Article from The Chronicle of Early American Industries Association, Inc and photocopies

 

Box 3

Folder 41 Tin. Research, Manuscripts, Article from Antique Market Tabloid and Correspondence

Folder 42 Tin. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Tin”. This folder contains research and booklet from the National Steel Corporation The Mighty Tin Can

Folder 43 Tin. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Tinsmiths”. This folder contains lists of tinsmiths with a brief summary of the smith.

Folder 44 Tin. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Tinware”. This folder contains article on Crystallized Tin-Plate.

Folder 45 Brass. Research, photocopy of sun dial and photocopy of article Brassfounder-Warren, Maine on William Homes Webb from Maine Antique Digest, April 1983.

Folder 46 Brass. Research, Manuscript and Photocopy

Folder 47 Brass. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Brass”. This folder contains research, correspondence, Newspaper article from Richmond Times-Dispatch, Sunday, April 26, 1953 on John Taylor, “Richmond’s First Brass Founder, Is Belatedly Given His Due by George H. Kernodle”, photocopy of H. J. Kauffman’s logo for pewter repairs, and Application for Permission and Contract for License to Reproduce Photographic Materials of Works of Art from Philadelphia Museum of Arts.

Folder 48 Brass. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Brass”. This folder contains lists of Brass Founders, research, manuscripts, diagrams, correspondence, receipt from Joshua Storrs London 26 August 1830, and photocopy of article on Clock Work. Simon Willard.

Folder 49 Metal Spinning. Manuscripts and correspondence

Folder 50 Metal Spinning. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Manuscript”. This folder contains manuscripts.

Folder 51 Metal Spinning. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Metal Spinning Manuscripts”. This folder contains manuscripts.

Folder 52 Metal Spinning. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Manuscript Metal Technology”. This folder contains lists of manuscripts.

Folder 53 Silver. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Advertisement of Silversmiths”. This folder contains lists of research and manuscripts.

Folder 54 Silver. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Cooperstown”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, brochure from Cooperstown, NY, (2) booklets from the Annual Seminars on American Culture1967, 1968, Seminar directories 1962 & 1967.

Folder 55 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Coppering Trades/Guns”. This folder contains research on copper trades and manuscript Henry Gun Works.

Folder 56 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “McBride”. This folder contains research and correspondences.

Folder 57 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “No Label”. This folder contains research, manuscripts, drawing of chalice, photocopies of diagrams, and hand sketches of diagrams for silver items, correspondences and hand sketches of diagrams for silver items.

Folder 58 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “No Label”. This folder contains manuscripts.

Folder 59 Metal Spinning. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Spinning History”. This folder contains manuscripts and a copy of The Chronicle September 1968.

Folder 60 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Craftsmen Female”. This folder contains manuscripts.

Folder 61 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Lists of Craftsmen”. This folder contains manuscripts.

Folder 62 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Johnny Coppersmith”. This folder contains research and manuscripts.

Folder 63 Copper. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Manuscripts”. This folder contains manuscripts.

Folder 64 Silver. Henry Kauffman’s original folder title “Fireplace Accessories”. This folder contains manuscripts.

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Bare: Howard C. Bare Papers, 1911-2002 Print Email
June 23, 2015

Call Number: MG-430

5 boxes     69 folders     3 cubic ft.

Repository: LancasterHistory.org (Organization); PV7

Shelving Location: Archives South, Side 10

Scope and Content Note: This collection contains documents created and collected by Howard C. Bare. His baby book, college degrees, certificate to practice as an attorney, original writings and correspondence are among his personal papers. His memories of being a prisoner of war and discharge papers provide information about his service during World War II. There is also considerable genealogy and related correspondence for the Bare family.

Creator: Bare, Howard C., 1911-2002.

Conditions for Access: No restrictions.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language: English

Biographical and Historical Note: Howard C. Bare was an attorney in Lancaster, PA. He served during World War II and was taken Prisoner of War. He took the place of his brother, Kendig C. Bare, as Mayor of Lancaster from 1950-1951, when Kendig was called to service during the Korean Conflict. Please see Folder 1 for more information.

Source of Acquisition: Gift of the estate of Howard C. Bare, 2002.

Custodial History (Provenance): The items in this collection were selected from the estate by the staff of the Lancaster County Historical Society.

Accruals: No further accruals are expected.

Preferred Citation:Collection title (MG-#), Box #, Folder #, LancasterHistory.org

Subject Headings:

Bare, Howard C., 1911-2002.

Genealogy.

Letters.

World War, 1939-1945.

World War, 1939-1945 – Prisoners and prisons.

Related Materials: Objects in the Curatorial Collection; Photographs.

Processing History: Folder list prepared by TH, Spring 2015. Finding aid was created following DACS conventions.

 

Box 1

Folder 1 Biographical information

Folder 2 Howard’s baby book

Folder 3 Childhood activities

Folder 4 Advice from his dad

Folder 5 Wedding Invitation

Folder 6 Stationery

Folder 7 Note on desk when he passed away

Folder 8 Correspondence

Folder 9 Recipe books

Folder 10 Constellation chart

Folder 11 Plans for end table

Folder 12 House building information

Folder 13 “Clippings, References”

Folder 14 List of books read

Folder 15 Phi Kappa Tau certificate

Folder 16 Phi Beta Kappa certificate

 

Box 2

Folder 17 Education

Folder 18 Valedictory Oration

Folder 19 F&M

Folder 20 Dickson College

Folder 21 Penn State

Folder 22 Certificate to practice as attorney

Folder 23 Certificate to practice as attorney

Folder 24 Legal Form

Folder 25 Mayor

Folder 26 Correspondence

Folder 27 Israel, Racism, WWII

Folder 28 Newspaper articles

Folder 29 Free Masons

Folder 30 Free Masons

Folder 31 Prisoner of War

Folder 32 Prisoner of War

Folder 33 “As a Prisoner of War”

Folder 34 Discharge Papers

Folder 35 Victory Homecoming certificate

Folder 36 Poem by M. M. Hamish for K. H. Bare

Folder 37 Marriage certificate for Kendig & Edith

 

Box 3

Folder 38 Edith C. Bare

Folder 39 Robert C. Bare

Folder 40 Notes and thoughts

Folder 41 “Inflation”

Folder 42 “Fluffy the Squirrel”

Folder 43 “Teachers”

Folder 44 “The Wren House”

Folder 45 “The Yellow Warblers”

Folder 46 “Heart to Heart”

Folder 47 Vision, cataracts

Folder 48 Cataracts – Lens Implant

Folder 49 Newspaper Clippings

Folder 50 Obituaries

Folder 51 “Old Main” by Zoe T. Kauffman

 

Box 4

Folder 52 Genealogy articles

Folder 53 Journal articles

Folder 54 John Bare of Conestoga Twp. (1st and 2nd manuscript)

Folder 55 Genealogy Correspondence

Folder 56 Some Descendents of John Bare

Folder 57 F. Ross Bare Genealogy

Folder 58 Ancestors and Relatives of Kendig Herr Bare

Folder 59 Genealogy (all from one portfolio case)

 

Box 5

Folder 60 Genealogy Correspondence

Folder 61 Genealogy Correspondence

Folder 62 Genealogy

Folder 63 Christian Barr

Folder 64 Friederick Baer Notes

Folder 65 Copies of German documents, article – genealogy

Folder 66 American ancestors of Elias J. Barr

Folder 67 “The Rock Hill Mill”

Folder 68 Genealogy Correspondence

Folder 69 Genealogy articles  

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Tyndall: Richard Tyndall Papers, 1942-2013 Print Email
June 22, 2015

Call Number: MG-702

1 box     6 folders, 19 items, 111 pages     .15 cubic feet

Repository: LancasterHistory.org (Organization); PV7

Shelving Location: Archives South, Side 15

Scope and content: This collection contains documents regarding the Tyndall and Boehm families. Many of the items are associated with Roy and Reba Tyndall, including photographs of their home in Mount Joy and information about the amoeba, Acanthamoeba royreba, which was named in their honor. Genealogical information about the Boehm and Tyndall families includes ancestor Reverend John Phillip Boehm, a family tree, and photocopies of marriage certificates, naturalization papers, and an indentured servant’s contract.

Biographical and Historical Note: William Tyndall came to the United States from Ireland in November 1887, at the age of 17, as an indentured servant. In 1890, he completed his service, and in 1897 he became a citizen of the United States. Two years later, in 1899, William Tyndall married Elizabeth Jones of Philadelphia, PA, in Lebanon. Elizabeth and William’s son, William Leroy (Roy), is Richard’s father. William and Reba (Ream) Tyndall resided in Mount Joy with their four children: Robert L., 1927-2009; Patricia J., b. 1930; John (Jack), 1931-2008; and Richard, b. 1933. Roy Tyndall bought the house at 82 East Main Street, Mount Joy in the 1920s. The house was built in 1841 and is on Mount Joy’s list of historic homes.

The Boehm family originally came from Germany. Elizabeth Jones is the grand-daughter of Reverend John Boehm, who presided over her and William’s wedding. An article about Boehm can be found in Folder 3, along with a brief history of the Boehm family.

Creator: Tyndall, R. L.

Conditions for Access: Please see Director of Archival Services to view DVD in Folder 4.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language: English

Source of Acquisition: Gift of Richard Tyndall, 17 October 2013, in memory of his parents, Roy and Reba Tyndall.

Related Materials: See the LancasterHistory.org Photograph Collections for photographs of Roy and Reba Tyndall and his childhood home in Mount Joy. See photograph collections.

Subject Headings:

Tyndall, R. L. (LHo-LOC n 82021689)

Acanthamoeba royreba.

Boehm, John, 1830-1918.

Processing History: Processed and finding aid prepared by RA, April 2015. Finding aid was created following DACS conventions.

 

Folder 1 Photocopy of diary belonging to Reba Tyndall. 1942 (1 item, 23 pages)

Folder 2 Scanned images of interior of Richard Tyndall’s childhood home at 82 East Main Street, Mount Joy. No Date (8 items, 8 pages)

Folder 3 Genealogy of Boehm/Tyndall family, as well as an article about Rev. John Boehm and a brief history of the Boehm family. 2013 (4 items, 5 pages)

Folder 4 Information regarding Acanthamoeba Royreba, discovered by Tyndall at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN. (3 items: 1 DVD, 35 pages)

Acanthamoeba royreba sp.n. from a Human Tumor Cell Culture,” by E. Willeart, A. R. Stevens and R. L. Tyndall. Reprinted from The Journal of Protozoology, Vol. 25, no. 1, February 1978.

“Cocultivation of Legionella pneumophila and Free-living Amoebae,” by R. L. Tyndall and E. L. Domingue. 1982.

Folder 5 Descendant chart for Rev. John Boehm. No Date (1 item, 36 pages)

Folder 6 Information regarding William Tyndall’s marriage, indentured service, and naturalization. (3 Items, 4 pages)

Application for Marriage of William Tyndall and Elizabeth Jones, filed in Lebanon County. 19 June 1899

Naturalization Certificate for William Tyndall, filed in Lebanon County. 8 June 1897

Indentured Service Contract for William Tyndall outlining 3 years and 7 months of indentured service to be completed in 1890. (See archives staff for digital copy) 4 November 1887

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Buchanan: James Buchanan Family Papers, Part 7 Papers of Jonathan Messersmith Foltz, Series 1 Correspondence, 1831-1858 Print Email
June 16, 2015

Call Number:  JBFP, Part 7, Series 1

1 box     49 folders, 58 items, 185 pages     .5 cubic feet

Repository:  LancasterHistory.org (Organization); PV7

Shelving Location:  Archives South

Scope and Content Note:  This collection contains correspondence from Dr. Jonathan M. Foltz—the majority of which are addressed to James Buchanan. The letters are arranged in chronological order, with one letter to a folder.  Most of the letters date from 1848-1858, with the earliest letter from 1831. No items from Foltz’s childhood or later years (after retirement) are included, as well as materials from the early parts of his Naval career. The collection does document two of Foltz’s deployments in some detail—his time on the Mexico-Texas border and the three years spent in South America. When writing to Buchanan, Foltz focused more on the political details he observed, rather than military activities. Some letters in the years and months leading up to the 1848 election document Foltz’s involvement in the selection of a Democratic candidate for President. The materials do not include much about Foltz’s family life, other than a few mentions of his wife and their wedding. 

Dates:  1831-1858, bulk 1848-1858

Creators:   Foltz, Jonathan Messersmith, 1810-1877.

James Buchanan Foundation for the Preservation of Wheatland (Lancaster, Pa.)

System of Arrangement:  Part 7, Papers of Jonathan Messersmith Foltz, is arranged in one series. The subseries has been used to remain consistent with cataloging in the other parts of the James Buchanan Family Papers.

Series 1  Correspondence

Subseries 1:  Letters from Jonathan Messersmith Foltz

Conditions for Access:  Please use digital images and/or transcriptions.

Original documents may only be used under the direct supervision of the Archives staff if a digital image and/or transcription are not available. Patrons must make an appointment with the Director of Archival Services at least two weeks prior to their visit.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language:  English

 

Biographical and Historical Note:

Jonathan Messersmith Foltz was born in Lancaster in 1810, the son of Jonathan and Elizabeth Messersmith Foltz. He studied medicine with Dr. William Thompson in Lancaster before attending JeffersonMedicalCollege in Philadelphia. He was commissioned as an assistant naval surgeon in 1831. He reached the rank of surgeon in 1838.

As Naval Surgeon, Dr. Foltz served on the Raritanat the beginning of the Mexican-American War, where he witnessed battles at Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma. About five years later, Foltz was deployed again—this time to South America aboard the Jamestown. He arrived in South America during the second half of the Platine War, fought by Brazil and Uruguay against the Argentine Confederation, from August 1851- February 1852. He also watched as the United States and Great Britain exerted their influence on the new nations and their often corrupt and ineffective governments. Through his service in the Navy and his trips to remote places (at that time), Foltz became an expert on exotic diseases. He published a number of articles on the subject. Prior to his service in Mexico and South America, Foltz also spent time in Asia, Europe and Northern Africa. Foltz served during the Civil War, participating in a number of campaigns and battles. Specifically, he served as Fleet Surgeon under Admiral David Farragut. He continued to serve in the Navy, eventually rising to the positions of Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery and Surgeon General of the Navy. In 1872, Foltz was put on the retired list, but continued to serve as Inspector General of Hospitals and Fleets, as well as Chief Surgeon of the PhiladelphiaNavalHospital. Officially, he retired in 1873, after serving for forty-two years. He had reached the rank of Commodore.

Foltz married Rebecca Steinman (1830-1904), also from Lancaster, in 1854. They had three sons: Frederick Steinman (born Frederick Buchanan), Charles Steinman, and Jonathan Clinton Foltz. He lived with his family in Philadelphia. Foltz died at the age of 66 in 1877.

Not much is known about Foltz’s relationship with James Buchanan, especially its origin. However, Foltz often called Buchanan his best friend and seemed to be a constant support of Buchanan for President, campaigning heavily for him leading up to the 1848 and 1856 elections (Foltz was stationed in South America in 1852).

Works Cited:

Franklin and Marshall College Archives and Special Collections. Jonathan Messersmith Foltz Papers, MS 21 Finding Aid. Lancaster, PA: Franklin and MarshallCollege, 2013. Accessed June 9, 2015. http://library.fandm.edu/archives/mscoll/jmfoltz.pdf.

Foltz, Charles S. Surgeon of the Seas: The Adventurous Life of Surgeon General Jonathan M. Foltz In the Days of Wooden Ships, Told from His Notes of the Moment Indianapolis, IN: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1931.

"Foltz, Jonathan Messersmith.” In Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography, edited by James Grant Wilson and John Fiske. New York: D. Appleton, 1900. Accessed June 9, 2015. http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Appletons%27_Cyclop%C3%A6dia_of_American_Biography/Foltz,_Jonathan_Messersmith.

 

Source of Acquisition: Unknown.

Custodial History (Provenance): These documents were collected by the James Buchanan Foundation for the Preservation of Wheatland. This collection was relocated from the Wheatland mansion to LancasterCounty’s Historical Society archives in the Spring of 2009.

Accruals:  No further accruals are expected.

Preferred Citation:James Buchanan Family Papers (JBFP), Part 7, Series 1, Box 1, Folder #, LancasterHistory.org.

Subject Headings:

Buchanan, James, 1791-1868 (LHo-LOC n 78095586)

Foltz, Jonathan Messersmith, 1810-1877. (LHo-LOC n 2006065090)

Ship physicians.

United States -- Navy -- Surgeons.

United States -- Politics and government -- 19th century.

Mexican War, 1846-1848.

South America -- Politics and government -- 19th century.

Related Materials

James Buchanan Family Papers (JBFP), Part 1, Series 1, LancasterHistory.org.

James Buchanan Family Papers (JBFP), Part 6, Papers of H.B. Swarr, Series 1, LancasterHistory.org

Coleman Papers Collection (MG-275), Series 1, LancasterHistory.org.

Andrew J. Steinman Collection (MG-66), LancasterHistory.org.

Charles S. Foltz, Surgeon of the Seas: The Adventurous Life of Surgeon General Jonathan M. Foltz In the Days of Wooden Ships, Told from His Notes of the Moment. Indianapolis, IN: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1931. LancasterHistory.org, Call # 923.5 F671f

Jonathan Messersmith Foltz Papers (MS  21), Archives and Special Collections, Franklin and Marshall College.

[J. M. Foltz Medical lecture notes, 1825-1829], Health Sciences Library Historical Collections, Health Sciences Library, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.

Jonathan Messersmith Foltz papers, 1829-1871, Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, Washington, DC.

James Buchanan Collection, MC 1998.10, Box 1, Folder 9, Dickinson College.

Processing History:  Processed and finding aid prepared by SM, May-June 2015. Finding aid was created following DACS conventions.


Series 1

Subseries 1

Folder 1 Philadelphia, 9 March 1831

Letter to James Buchanan describing Foltz’s examination to qualify as a Naval Surgeon. (1item, 1 piece)

Folder 2 Bedford Springs, 17 August 1841

Letter to James Buchanan regarding his absence at the springs and reactions toward Governor Porter’s veto. (1item, 1 piece)

Folder 3 CampIsabel—near the Mouth of the Rio Brava, 10 May 1846

Letter to James Buchanan describing the events of the Mexican-American war that Foltz witnessed. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 4 FortPolk—Point Isabel Texas, 14 May 1846

Letter to James Buchanan which goes into more detail about the current situation in Texas and Mexico, including Foltz’s departure from the area.

Sketch of the location of various military positions in Mexico and Texas during the Mexican-American War, by J.M. Foltz. Shows General Taylor’s position, the Road to Point Isabel, Matamoros on the Mexican side of the Rio Grande, and FortPolk on Point Isabel. Foltz also makes notations of the batteries, specific battlegrounds and squadrons.

(2 items, 2 pieces)

Folder 5 U.S. Ship Raritan off Vera Cruz, 30 May 1846

Letter to James Buchanan describing Mr. Diamond, a mutual acquaintance, who has been involved in some capacity with the Mexican-American War. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 6 U.S. Ship Raritan off Vera Cruz, 11 June 1846

Letter to James Buchanan recounting and describing the current political climate in Mexico, much of the information comes from British soldiers Foltz meets. He describes a recent meeting of the Mexican Congress, support for Santa Anna, and the current state of certain Mexican ports. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 7 U.S.S. Raritan off Vera Cruz, 25 September 1846

Letter to James Buchanan relates how some Mexican troops want to prolong the war and how easily a number of coast towns could be captured. (2 items, 2 pieces)

Folder 8 Washington, 22 April 1847

Letter to James Buchanan reminding him that Foltz would be willing to accompany him on any future visits to Mexico. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 9 U.S. Hotel Philadelphia, 29 May 1847

Letter to James Buchanan recounting a letter Foltz heard about, from a captain stationed in Mexico City, which describes the current state of Mexican politics—especially regarding Santa Anna. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 10 Lancaster, 14 November 1847

Letter to James Buchanan recapping recent conversations with or opinions from other potential candidates to the Baltimore convention. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 11 Lancaster, 15 November 1847

Letter to James Buchanan providing more information about potential candidates and their stances or opinions, specifically the establishment of a Taylor-focused paper. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 12 Philadelphia, 23 November 1847

Letter to James Buchanan updates him even further on candidate matters including a recent meeting of his Democrat supporters. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 13 [December 1947]

Letter to James Buchanan describing a meeting held by his supporters the previous night. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 14 Markoe House, Philadelphia5 January 1848

Letter to James Buchanan provides him with results from the elections and reiterates Foltz’s optimism for Buchanan. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 15 Lancaster28 February 1848

Letter to James Buchanan reporting news on his popularity and supporters, and Foltz mentions an upcoming meeting of supporters in Harrisburg. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 16 Harrisburg 2 March [1848]

Letter to James Buchanan detailing the progress of the meetings in Harrisburg, including how many delegates will support him and other delegates Foltz wants to speak with. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 17 Harrisburg, 3 March 1848

Letter to James Buchanan describing the convention taking place in which will describe the choice of nominee for the Baltimore Convention (the 1848 Democratic National Convention.  (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 18 Barnums, Baltimore, 12 May 1848

Letter to James Buchanan communicating more information about the upcoming Convention and Foltz’s sentiments about the war in Mexico. (2 items, 2 pieces)

Folder 19 Barnums, [19 May 1848]

Letter to James Buchanan further informs him of the situation at the Baltimore Convention, the type of speech that should be given in support of a candidate from Pennsylvania. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 20 Bedford Springs, 22 August 1848

Letter [to James Buchanan] describing Foltz’s visit to the springs at Bedford and updating him on the President, who is also visiting. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 21 Navy Yard Washington, 12 December 1849

Letter to James Buchanan discusses his recent surgery, as well as Foltz’s recent injury and more political news. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 22 Lancaster28 January 1851

Letter to James Buchanan updating him of Foltz’s reassignment to a ship based in Brazil. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 23 Barnums, Baltimore, 4 February 1851

Letter to James Buchanan further describing his dissatisfaction at being assigned to a new position in Brazil. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 24 Norfolk, Virginia, 19 March 1851

Letter to James Buchanan informing him of payments made to him for a bond, as well as the current political climate in Norfolk. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 25 Norfolk, Virginia, 25 March 1851

Letter to James Buchanan relaying messages about and from his friends and why Foltz’s ship has not sailed yet.

Newspaper clipping (written by Foltz) entitled: “Steam Navigation to Rio,” which describes potential trading in South and Central American.

(2 items, 2 pieces)

Folder 26 U.S. Ship Jamestown, Norfolk, 19 April 1851

Letter to James Buchanan enclosing an article written about him in a Norfolk newspaper  (in reference to a letter he sent to the paper) and telling him that Foltz’s ship has finally been commissioned.

Newspaper clipping describing Buchanan’s qualities for President and supporting him as a potential candidate. It references a letter the paper received from Buchanan.

(2 items, 2 pieces)

Folder 27 U.S. Ship, Jamestown, Norfolk, 5 May 1857

Letter to James Buchanan to enclosing an allotment note from Foltz’s Navy salary to pay off a bond and to make some investments in Foltz’s name. Foltz also writes about the political climate he has observed in Virginia and the Carolinas. (2 items, 2 pieces)

Folder 28 U.S. Ship Jamestown, Norfolk, 29 May 1851

Letter to James Buchanan asks for his guidance on establishing a household once he is married. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 29 U.S. Ship Jamestown, Buenos Ayres 4 October 1851

Letter to James Buchanan describes, in detail, the current political and military events in South America during Foltz’s deployment with the Navy.

Second, partial letter [to James Buchanan] describes more of the situation in South America and the current politics back home in Pennsylvania.

(2 items, 3 pieces)

Folder 30 RioJaneiro, U. S.S. Jamestown, 23 October 1851

Letter to James Buchanan updates him on the surrender of Oribe, ending the siege on Montevideo. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 31 U. S. S. Jamestown, at Sea, 1 June 1852

Letter to James Buchanan addresses the recent political news from the States and what is occurring in South America. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 32 U. S.S. Jamestown, Buenos Ayres 1 September 1852

Letter to James Buchanan describing his reactions to the results of the Baltimore Convention and also the various ministers Foltz encounters in South America.

(2 items, 2 pieces)

Folder 33 Buenos Ayres, 2 November 1852

Letter to James Buchanan passes along more information on the political situation in Argentina and Uruguay. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 34 Buenos Ayres, 4 March 1853

Letter to James Buchanan discussing the recent Presidential elections, Foltz’s Navy ship, and the political climate in Argentina. (2 items, 2 pieces)

Folder 35 Buenos Ayres, 20 March 1853

Letter to James Buchanan passes along the name of an acquaintance—Mr. Lemuel Wells. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 36 U. S.S. Jamestown, Monte Video, 25 December 1853

Letter to James Buchanan expressing Foltz’s opinion on the U.S. Navy at the present moment. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 37 U. S. S. Jamestown, off Pernambuco, Brazil, 25 March 1854

Letter to James Buchanan recounting how Foltz’s ship ran aground. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 38 Lancaster, 8 June 1854

Letter to James Buchanan inviting him to Foltz wedding and describing his return to Pennsylvania after three years at sea. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 39 Philadelphia, 9 August 1855

Letter to James Buchanan anticipating his return to the United States and discussing the Abolitionists. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 40 Philadelphia, 22 November 1855

Letter to James Buchanan commenting on the political situations in England and the U.S. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 41 Philadelphia, 30 January 1856

Letter to James Buchanan urging him to stay in Europe until the Fall, after the Presidential election. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 42 Philadelphia, 13 October 1856

Letter to James Buchanan describing the support for him, leading up to the election. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 43 Philadelphia, 23 February 1857

Letter to James Buchanan alerting him of an epidemic at an hotel and advises him to stay at another location. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 44 Philadelphia, 7 April 1857

Letter to J.B. Henry recommending Captain DuPont as commander for a specific Navy ship. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 45 Philadelphia, 18 July 1857

Letter to James Buchanan describes current affairs in Philadelphia and informs him that Foltz’s wife will have a baby soon. Foltz writes that if the baby is a boy, they will name him after Buchanan. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 46 Philadelphia, 28 July 1857

Letter to James Buchanan recommending he visit Wheatland to rest and recover. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 47 Philadelphia, 9 December 1857

Letter to Dr. J. Blake asking for information on appointment that was reported on in the Lancaster Herald Examiner. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 48 Philadelphia, 1 January 1858

Letter to James Buchanan about a recent meeting of Stephen Douglas supporters and Foltz’s long relationship with Buchanan. (1 item, 1 piece)

Folder 49 Philadelphia, 24 April 1858

Letter to J.B. Henry questioning why Foltz has not be appointed to a certain position as was promised or announced. (1 item, 1 piece)

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Fordney: William Jenkins Fordney Papers, 1874-1889 Print Email
June 22, 2015

Call Number: MG-743

1 box     1 folder     .1 cubic ft.

Repository: LancasterHistory.org (Organization); PV7

Shelving Location: Archives South, Side 15

Description: This collection contains a fold-out map detailing the travels of William Fordney. On the back of the map, Fordney has recorded the stops from three trip to the western United States in 1874, 1877, and 1889, as well as stops from his year-long trip around the world from 1881-1882. Along with city and country names, Fordney also includes distance traveled between stops and the mode of transportation. On the map itself, Fordney’s 1881 trip is outlined.

Creator: Fordney, William J. (William Jenkins), 1844-1926 (LHo-LOC no2007042066)

Biographical Information: William Jenkins Fordney was born in 1844, and was the brother-in-law of Ida Mary Cox Fordney. William was a Lancaster, Pennsylvania native who took multiple trips to the western United States, and traveled around the world from 1881-1882.

Conditions for Access: No restrictions.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language: English

Source of Acquisition: Gift of Louise Ghormley Lamb, Anne Ghormley Kramer and Nancy Ghormley Hunkeler, in memory of Commander Robert Lee and Nancy Ghormley, February 2015.

Related Materials:

Archives, LancasterHistory.org, Fordney Family Diaries 1904-1927, MG-539

ArchivesandSpecial Collections, Martin Library of the Sciences, Franklin and MarshallCollege, Sarah McIlvaine MuenchFamily Papers- MS44

Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, William J. Fordney lantern slides and negatives, circa 1900-1910s

Subject Headings:

Fordney, William J. (William Jenkins), 1844-1926 (LHo-LOC no2007042066)

World travel.

World map.

Mercator projection (Cartography)

Administrative History: Collection processed and finding aid by RA, April 2015.

 

Folder 1 Fold-out map detailing the travels of William Fordney. On the back of the map, Fordney has recorded the stops from three trips to the western United States in 1874, 1877, and 1889, as well as stops from his year-long trip around the world from 1881-1882. Along with city and country names, Fordney also includes distance traveled between stops and the mode of transportation. On the map itself, Fordney’s 1881 trip is outlined. The World on Mercator’s Projection, by J. Bartholomew, F.R.G.S, published by George Phillip & Son, London & Liverpool. No Date.

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Buchanan: James Buchanan Family Papers

Call Number: JBFP

22 boxes     7 cubic ft.

Repository: LancasterHistory.org (Organization); PV7

Shelving Location: Archives South

Scope and Content Note: The James Buchanan Family Papers include correspondence, financial and legal documents, ephemera, newspaper articles, sheet music, and campaign and political documents. Please see the scope and content notes for each Part and Series for more information.

Creators:  Buchanan, James, 1791-1868.

Johnston, Harriet Lane, 1830-1903.

James Buchanan Foundation for the Preservation of Wheatland (Lancaster, Pa.)

System of Arrangement: The James Buchanan Family Papers collection is divided into eight (8) parts. Each part is further divided into series and subseries.

Part 1  Papers of James Buchanan

Part 2  Papers of Harriet Lane Johnston

Part 3  Papers of James Buchanan Henry

Part 4  Papers of Edward Young Buchanan

Part 5  Papers of Other Members of the Buchanan Family

Part 6  Papers of Hiram B. Swarr

Part 7  Papers of J. M. Foltz

Part 8  Papers of Others (not part of the family)

Conditions for Access: Patrons must make an appointment with the Director of Archival Services at least two weeks prior to their visit. Digital images and/or transcriptions may be available upon request, for use onsite. Original documents may only be used under the direct supervision of the Archives staff.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language: English, French, German, Spanish, Latin

Source of Acquisition: The documents in JBFP, Part 2 were collected by the James Buchanan Foundation for the Preservation of Wheatland.

Custodial History (Provenance): This collection was relocated from the Wheatland mansion to Lancaster County’s Historical Society archives in the spring of 2009.

Accruals: No further accruals are expected.

Preferred Citation:Collection title (MG-#), Series #, Box #, Folder #, LancasterHistory.org

Subject Headings:

Buchanan, James, 1791-1868 (LHo-LOC n 78095586)

Johnston, Harriet Lane, 1830-1903 (LHo-LOC n 78093745)

United States. President (1857-1861 : Buchanan) (LHo-LOC n 78095552)

Wheatland (Lancaster, Pa.) (LHo-LOC sh 88004274)

Business records.

Letters.

Politics.

Washington (D.C.)

Baltimore (Md.)

Lancaster (Pa.)

Related Materials: MG-96 James Buchanan Collection

Historical Society of Pennsylavnia miicrofim in the LancasterHistory.org Research Library

Photograph collections

Curatorial collections

Wheatland Mansion

Processing History: Finding aids were created following DACS conventions.

 

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