New York (N.Y.)--History--19th century
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss. Acc. 2010.168
Scope and Contents Daybook, October-December, 1884 (501pp.) of the Hook and Ladder Company 9 (New York, N.Y.) . Included is a list of members with address and members' signatures. Entries were made several times per hour and record the exact time, name, and rank of each member and duties assigned, arriving and leaving work, relieving other members etc. Company action call entries include details on how calls were received, response, who attended the call and also who did not and why, when members returned,...
Identifier: 01/Mss. Acc. 2002.31
Scope and Contents Letter, 24 June 1803, of Charles Ludlow, New York City, to Thomas Jefferson. Acknowledges receipt of his letter of the 17th with one enclosed for Mr. Cheetham; describes his financial dealings with Cheetham and declares himself willing to execute further commands. Note on verso; "Copy of a letter to his excellency Thomas Jefferson, 24 June 1803." The Jefferson Project was funded by the Papers of Thomas Jefferson and the Delmas Foundation to enable Swem Library to scan its...
Dates: 1803; Majority of material found in 1803
Identifier: Mss. 97 M44
Scope and Contents Papers, 1777-1977, of the Maury Family of Virginia, New York City and Liverpool, Eng. Includes letters and business papers of James Maury (1746-1840), the first American consul to Liverpool, England, and the letters of his second wife, Margaret Rutson Maury (1805-1882), of Liverpool. A significant amount of the collection is comprised of letters, business papers, legal papers, and diaries of the next two generations of the Maury family, including Ann Maury (1832-1890) of Liverpool and New...
Identifier: 01/Mss. Acc. 2008.57, 2009.194, 2010.406
Scope and Contents Papers of Richard H. Patchin of Marlborough, Ulster County, N.Y., who was a teacher, clothing sales clerk, farmer and public lecturer. Largely includes accounts of Patchin’s daily activities and personal reflections. Correspondence and professional documents also make up a portion of the collection. The materials document Patchin’s work as a teacher, farmer, clothing sales clerk, and lecturer in and around Marlborough, New York during the mid and late 19th century. The...
Dates: 1829-1902; Majority of material found in 1860-1890
Identifier: SC 01182
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Autograph diary of Susannah Nourse who was a student at Bolton Seminary in Brooklyn, New York. Most entries are poems with some prose. Many entries are by Nourse's family. A list of autographs is included with the diary.