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Emma Hart Willard Family Papers, 1819-1961 (Bulk: 1820-1880)
12 archives boxes, 6 half archives boxes, 1 map case drawer (8.5 linear ft.)

Abstract:
Correspondence and papers documenting the personal life and career of Emma Hart Willard, a pioneering advocate of educational equality for women, including material on the Troy Female Seminary (later the Emma Willard School) when it was founded and administered by Emma Hart Willard. In addition, papers of her son John Hart Willard, his wife Sarah L. Willard and his daughter Emma Willard Scudder. Also included are papers and correspondence related to Willard Scudder, Henry Joel Scudder and Hewlett Scudder and the Willard, Scudder and Keyes families. There is correspondence from Timothy Dwight, Henry Barnard, A. S. Barnes, Almira Phelps (Mrs. Lincoln Phelps) and L. H. Sigourney.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to the Willard Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items may be restricted for preservation purposes.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Papers should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Amherst College Archives and Special Collections
Amherst, MA

Biographical Note

Note: The following chronology was prepared by Lucy Townsend and Barbara Wiley for The Papers of Emma Hart Willard, 1787-1870. Guide to the Microfilm Edition. It is based on Emma Willard's memoir addressed to Professor Coggswell (1842), as well as her correspondence, publications, and early biographies. Willard spelled her maiden name "Heart" and "Hart."

1787 February 23Emma Hart is born in Berlin, Connecticut.
1792-1802?Attends district school in Berlin.
1802Attends Berlin Academy. Shows great academic promise under Thomas Miner.
1804 SummerTeaches school for children in Berlin.
1805 WinterAttends Miss Pattons' school in Hartford, Connecticut.
SummerTeaches a select school for older children in her home in Berlin.
1805-06 WinterHeads Berlin Academy.
Spring, autumnAttends the school of Mrs. Lydia Royce in Hartford, Connecticut.
1807 SpringIs teaching assistant at academy in Westfield, Massachusetts.
SummerIs Preceptress (head) of a female school in Middlebury, Vermont.
1809 August 10Is married to Dr. John Willard, Marshall of the District of Vermont.
1810 September 28Gives birth to her only child, John H. Willard.
1812Vermont State Bank, where John Willard serves as director, is robbed.
1813 August 21Her father, Samuel Hart, dies.
1814Opens a boarding school for ladies in the Willard home in Middlebury, Vermont.
1815Begins experimenting with teaching methods in geography, Christian ethics (moral philosophy), rhetoric, history, grammar, composition, drawing, elocution, chirography, arithmetic, and psychology (mental philosophy). Initiates public examinations as an essential feature of a rigorous female curriculum. Begins writing Plan for Improving Female Education.
1817Asks Governor Van Ness of Vermont if she can present her Plan to the state legislature. Effort fails, including the plan to transform college buildings at Burlington, Vermont, into a female seminary.
1818Sends handwritten copy of Plan to Governor Clinton of New York.
1818-19Lobbies for Plan in Albany with her husband. Publishes and distributes 1,000 copies of the Plan. Legislature approves appropriation of funds for women's academies and grants charter to Waterford Academy for Young Ladies, Waterford, New York.
1819 June 2Opens Waterford Academy. Introduces the study of geometry, followed by successful public examination in the subject.
1820-21Public funding for Waterford Academy withheld by New York Legislative Committee.
1821 MayOpens Troy Female Seminary in Troy, New York. Begins to publish geographies with William Woodbridge.
1822Introduces algebra, followed by successful public examination in the subject. Offers trigonometry and natural philosophy (science).
1823Another appeal for public funding from New York Legislature fails.
1824
Almira Hart Lincoln (widowed) comes to assist at the seminary, becomes vice-principal, and improves methods and subject matter of science, particularly chemistry.
Entertains Major General Gilbert Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, who is on an American tour, and begins a correspondence with him.
1825 May 29Dr. John Willard dies.
1826Publishes Geography for Beginners and Atlas to accompany it.
1827Publishes Ancient Atlas to accompany Woodbridge's Universal Geography.
1828Publishes her most popular, often revised and reprinted text, History of the United States, or Republic of America and the accompanying text, A Series of Maps.
1830 October 1Leaves Troy with her son, John, for a seven-month tour of France, Great Britain, and Scotland. Visits Lafayette, Louise Belloc, Adelaide Montgolfier, Maria Edgeworth, and various schools. Begins lifelong correspondence with French women.
1831 January 18Her mother, Lydia Hinsdale Hart, dies. August, departs from Europe. On return voyage, writes her popular hymn, Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep. Almira Hart Lincoln marries Hon. John Phelps.
1832Organizes Troy Society for the Advancement of Female Education in Greece to foster women's education in the newly liberated nation. Publishes several essays in support of this effort.
1833Publishes Journal and Letters from France and Great Britain. Donates proceeds to an Episcopal women's school in Athens, Greece.
1835Publishes A System of Universal History. With Almira Lincoln Phelps, translates and publishes Progressive Education, by Necker de Saussure.
1837Organizes Willard Association for the Mutual Improvement of Female Teachers. Publishes letter to Simón Bolívar, urging him to open a female school in the newly liberated Republic of Colombia, South America. Troy Female Seminary is incorporated.
1838
Turns over the seminary to Sarah and John Willard.
September 17: Marries Dr. Christopher C. Yates, a physician of Albany. Honeymoons in the Great Lakes region.
Troy Female Seminary is accepted by the New York Regents and receives its first state funding.
1839Moves with Dr. Yates to Boston.
1840 JuneLeaves Dr. Yates after nine months. Lives in Berlin with her sister, and in Hartford, Connecticut with friends. Publishes Willard's Historic Guide; Guide to the Temple of Time. Moves to Berlin, Connecticut, after she is elected superintendent of Kensington common schools.
1841Henry Barnard, among others, suggests that she head a normal school in Hartford, where teacher institutes can be held. Plan fails. Publishes essays in Connecticut Common School Journal, and, with Henry Barnard, takes leadership in teacher institutes.
1843Receives a divorce from the Connecticut Legislature and the right to use the Willard name.
1844Travels often, but finally, in summer, settles at Troy Female Seminary.
1845Joins board of managers, Troy Swiss Mission Society, to raise funds for a Swiss mission in Canada. Attends convention of County Superintendents, Syracuse, New York. Joins others in conducting teachers' institutes in New York and Pennsylvania.
1846Tours southern and midwestern states. Publishes physiological theory, A Treatise on the Motive Powers Which Produce the Circulation of the Blood.
1847Publishes her most daring appeal for women addressed to the newly established French government, A Letter to Dupont de l'Eure on the Political Position of Women.
1849Publishes Last Leaves of American History and another medical treatise, Respiration and Its Effects, Particularly as Respects Asiatic Cholera.
1854 June 24Travels to London to attend World's Educational Convention. With family, tours France, Switzerland, Northern Italy, Germany, and Belgium. Visits Louise Belloc and Adelaide Montogolfier in Paris. Appointed to represent women on the editorial board of the New York Teacher.
1856Publishes Late American History to update Republic of America.
1857Publishes Morals for the Young, or Good Principles for Instilling Wisdom.
1861Strives to end the Civil War by presenting memorial to Congress, in a 36-foot roll signed by thousands of American women. Joins with Troy women to form the Children's Home Society, incorporated by act of the New York legislature.
1862Publishes Via Media, an appeal to end the Civil War.
1863 July 11Train on which she travels is captured by Confederate soldiers. Forced to walk to a river where she resumes her trip.
1864Publishes God Save America and Universal Peace.
1866Elected honorary member, American Association for the Advancement of Science.
1870 April 15Dies at Troy, New York.
Scope and Contents of the Collection

Emma Hart Willard was a pioneering advocate of educational equality for women. In 1821, she founded the first U. S. collegiate-level institution for women, the Troy Female Seminary in Troy, New York (now the Emma Willard School). Emma Hart Willard wrote geography and history textbooks that were widely used in schools at the time. She trained and influenced hundreds of teachers who spread her ideas nationwide. According to Emma Hart Willard's great-great-grandson, Amherst geology professor Edward S. Belt, "Emma Willard's perspective was rooted in patriotism and duty to country."

The Emma Hart Willard Papers document the professional activities and personal life of Emma Hart Willard, her son John Hart Willard, and the Willard, Scudder and Keyes families, spanning more than a hundred years, from 1801 to 1988. The bulk of the material falls into the period from 1820 to 1920. The Papers occupy approximately 8.5 linear feet of shelf space.

The breadth of Emma Hart Willard's career, professional activities and family life are represented in the Papers and reflect her multiple roles and interests as an educator in the field of women's education, a teacher, principal, writer, and mother and friend. Because of Emma Willard's overlapping professional and personal commitments, a researcher should check all series in the Papers for relevant material. These papers include professional and personal correspondence; published and unpublished works by Emma Willard; a collection of personal diaries kept during her lifetime; and letters to and from her family.

The Papers include material relating to Emma Hart Willard's son John Hart Willard, who succeeded her as principal of Troy Female Seminary, her grandchildren and other family members. Much of this material is personal correspondences, correspondence among family members, genealogical material, and information relating both to the schooling and professional lives of various members of the Willard, Scudder or Keyes families.

The Papers also include material on the Troy Female Seminary (and the Emma Willard School) when it was founded and run by Emma Hart Willard. This was the first U.S. college-level institution for women. Much of this material includes anniversary ribbons or programs, academic catalogues and bulletins, financial documents including leases, indentures, bills and invoices that pertain to the Troy Female Seminary.


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Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to the Willard Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items may be restricted for preservation purposes.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Papers should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

[Identification of item], in Emma Hart Willard Family Papers [Box #, folder #], Amherst College Archives and Special Collections, Amherst College Library.

History of the Collection

The Emma Hart Willard Family Papers were given to Amherst in 1990-91 by the educator's two great-great-granddaughters Elizabeth Keyes Cook and Emma Willard Keyes Belt, through the good offices of Mrs. Belt's son Edward Belt, Professor of Geology at the College. The gift of the papers was celebrated with a day-long symposium on March 27, 1993, "Emma Willard and the Changing Tradition of Women's Education."


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Contents List
EMMA HART WILLARD: BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIALS
(1819-1870)


Contains biographical materials relating to Emma Hart Willard's life, marriages, education, writing and career as an educator and author. The series includes legal and financial documents and documentation of the Waterford Female Academy. Of particular biographical interest is the 1843 bill of divorce passed by the Connecticut Legislature ending her brief and disastrous second marriage to Dr. Christopher C. Yates.

Biographical information
n.d.

Box 1: folder 1
Letter: Emily T. Wilcox to Mrs. Emma Willard Dodd reporting death of "Aunt Willard"
1870 Apr 16

Box 1: folder 2
Legal and financial documents, indenture documents, deeds, and mortgages (29, with fragments), including:
Reconveyance of real and personal property: John H. Willard to Emma Hart Willard, including about 35 lots in West Troy, a lot and farm with buildings in Middlebury, Vermont, 1882 and about 200 acres of land in Delaware County, Ohio(1843 Oct 6)
Warranty Deed between John and Sarah Hart Willard to Emma Hart Willard conveying, in the City of Troy, lots 112 and 113 at Second Street and Ferry Street (1845 Dec 20)
Quit Claim Deed to Emma Hart Willard from James W. Stover, conveying property in the Village of Fort Schuyler, now the first ward of the Village of West Troy, in the town of Watervliet, and the county of Albany, lot 245 (1849 Jul 2)
1825, 1835-36, 1842-43, 1846, 1849, 1851, 1853, 1859, 1882

Box 1: folder 3
Deeds for Emma Willard's pew in St. Johns Church
1834 May 1, 1855 Jun 6

Box 1: folder 4
Financial: miscellaneous bills, receipts, promissory notes
1829-1833, 1854

Box 1: folder 5
Genealogical material: includes an 1827 genealogical account narrated to Emma Willard by her mother
1827, n.d.

Box 1: folder 6
Letter from J. H. Colton introducing Emma Hart Willard to Messrs. Trubner and Company
1854 Jun 23

Box 1: folder 7
Legal Documents



Prenuptial agreement: deed of marriage Settlement) between Emma Hart Willard and Dr. Christopher C. Yates and John Hart Willard
1838 Sep 15

Box 1: folder 8
Petition for divorce from Christopher Yates, granted by the Connecticut State Legislature
1843 Jun 3

Box 1: folder 9
Petition to Congress for peaceful settlement to the Civil War
[1861?]

Box 1: folder 10
Petition to New York State Legislature (draft)
1861 Apr 3

Box 1: folder 11
Will and codicil: draft in Emma Hart Willard's handwriting
n.d.

Box 1: folder 12
Membership, Société d'Education Progressive: honorary
[1830s?]

Box 1: folder 13
Membership: Colonization Society of the City of New York (original in Map Case 6, Drawer 12)
1837 Sep 15

Box 1: folder 14
Portraits: one with genealogy on reverse; 1 lithograph, 1 photographic reproduction
n.d.

Box 1: folder 15
Writings



Address given at Berlin, Connecticut, draft (there is no documentation that it was ever delivered)
[c.a. 1842?]

Box 1: folder 16
Lists of books given to Troy Female Seminary, and 2 unidentified book lists
1839, n.d.

Box 1: folder 17
[Essays] possibly Emma Hart Willard's
n.d.

Box 1: folder 18
Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln
[1865?]

Box 1: folder 19
Poem (unidentified), possibly by Emma Hart Willard about her cousin
n.d.

Box 1: folder 20
Assorted notes and scraps


Box 1: folder 21
Copy book with manuscript copies of letters, speeches and poems
1819-21, 1823, 1826-27

Box 1: folder 22
Letters from Antonio Panhalos regarding a school and a poem written by Lydia Sigourney for the Ladies' Society for the Advancement of Female Education in Greece (possibly the Episcopalian Mission School at Athens)
1832, 1835, n.d.

Box 1: folder 23
Printed advertisements for Willards' History of the United States
n.d.

Box 1: folder 24
Autograph album with full-page inscription by Emma Willard, "To Miss Winchell..."
1827 Jan 11

Box 1: folder 24A
Waterford Female Academy



Manuscript copy of catalogue
1820

Box 1: folder 25
Plan: manuscript draft
pre-1821

Box 1: folder 26
Rules
[1819-21]

Box 1: folder 27
Report to the Regents of the State of New York by the Trustees of the Female Academy at Waterford
1819 Jun 2

Box 1: folder 28
Report to the Regents of the State of New York by the Trustees of the Female Academy at Waterford
1820 Dec 31

Box 1: folder 29
Series 2: EMMA HART WILLARD: CORRESPONDENCE
(1802-1869)


Series 2 is divided into three sub-series: A: Incoming Correspondence, alphabetically arranged by correspondent; B: Outgoing Correspondence, alphabetically arranged by recipient; and C: Translations and Extracts, arranged by name or format.

Sub-Series A: Incoming Correspondence



Incoming Correspondence (sub-series A) contains letters written to Emma Hart Willard by her immediate and extended family, friends, business associates and public figures (including General Lafayette), and former students at the Troy Female Seminary (now the Emma Willard School). These letters reveal the importance of family and friends to Willard and her lifelong commitment to keep in contact with family and friends, as well as her role as an advocate for women's education.

A & C (possible former pupils), and Ann M.B., a pupil
1829

Box 2: folder 1
Alice: from "your friend, Alice"
1858

Box 2: folder 2
Aiken, Mary
1824

Box 2: folder 3
Allan, Mme. Caradori
n.d.

Box 2: folder 4
American Sunday School Union
1831

Box 2: folder 5



Babcock, Mary: death notice
1866

Box 2: folder 6
Bailey, M.M. re: healing potions (includes Mrs. Isaac Wayne's hair)
1861

Box 2: folder 7
Barnard, Henry
1850, 1854, 1858

Box 2: folder 8



Barnes, A.S.: includes 2 letters from Thomas W. Rennie, an employee, and letter from Almira Phelps with reply from Barnes and additional reply from Emma Willard
1845, 1847, 1848-54, 1861, 1863-64, n.d.

Box 2: folder 9
Barnes, A.S.: Accounts
1841-1854

Box 2: folder 10
Barnes, A.S.: includes a letter from J.W.Bond, Bookseller re: changing a portion of Willards History of the United States relating to Kansas so it will sell in the South
1861

Box 2: folder 11
Belloc, Louise and Adalaide Montgolfier: includes a letter from Almira Phelps about Belloc
1831-32, 1836-39, 1852, 1855, 1857, 1864, 1867-68, n.d.

Box 2: folder 12
[Bennett?], H.W.
1863

Box 2: folder 13
Benton, Caroline
1838

Box 2: folder 14
Benton, Thomas H.
1849

Box 2: folder 15
Berrien, James W.M. (at West Point with John Hart Willard)
1837

Box 2: folder 16
Bigelow, Ann E.: includes a photograph of Samuel Bigelow's house
1865

Box 2: folder 17
Bingham, H.
1869

Box 2: folder 18
Bochsa, [?], re: Miss Guillard
1831

Box 2: folder 19

Bond, J. W., Bookseller. See: Barnes, A.S., 1861




Bowling, W.[K.]
1858

Box 2: folder 20
[Brintmade, Thomas C.?]
1859

Box 2: folder 21
Buchanan, [Mr. ?]: envelope only
[1854] Aug 5

Box 2: folder 22
Bull, Hannah: 2 n.d., 1 1808, 1 in wrong sub-series
1807-08

Box 2: folder 23
Bull, Levi: answered by John Hart Willard
1836

Box 2: folder 24
Bulos
[?], April 8

Box 2: folder 25
Number not used


Box 2: folder 26
Bushnell, Eliza H. (née Henshaw; first married name was Platt)
1832-43, 1855-66

Box 2: folder 27
Carrington, Sarah P.
1869

Box 2: folder 28
Carter, N.H.
1827, n.d.

Box 2: folder 29



Chew, Elizabeth H.
1867

Box 2: folder 30
Childs, Charles C.C.
1845, n.d.

Box 2: folder 31

Clark, Thomas M.: See Vail, Jane S.




Clarke, Sara J.
1842

Box 2: folder 32
Coit, J.W. re: Via Media, pamphlet

See also: Vail, Jane S.

[1862?]

Box 2: folder 33
Cooke & Company
1829-30

Box 2: folder 34
Crowen, Susan A.
1869

Box 2: folder 35
Davidson, Lucretia Maria (former pupil): a poem ["The Prophecy"]
n.d.

Box 2: folder 36
Davies, Charles
1838, 1841, 1854, 1860, n.d.

Box 2: folder 37
Davies [Scudder], Louisa H.
1853

Box 2: folder 38
Davies, Mary Ann (mother of Louisa Davies Scudder)
1841, 1863

Box 2: folder 39
Dobson, Isabella
1853, 1855, 1857, 1862

Box 2: folder 40
Doty, L.L. (New York Bureau of Military Statistics)
1863

Box 2: folder 41
[Dor?], L.H. ("cousin")
n.d. [Jul]

Box 2: folder 42
Ducachet, Dr.
n.d.

Box 2: folder 43
Dwight, Colonel via Mrs. Ogle Tayloe
n.d.

Box 2: folder 44
Eastburn, [?]
1860

Box 2: folder 45
Eaton, Amos: on same sheet as D.C. Eaton letter of 1834 Mar 5
[1834]

Box 2: folder 46

Eaton, D.C.: See Eaton, Amos




Fahnestock, E.W.: with a draft reply
1862

Box 2: folder 47
Foster, Peter Le Neve: includes a letter from Foster to Sir John Herschel; a draft of a note from Emma Hart Willard to Sir John Herschel

See also: Stansbury, Charles F.

1854

Box 2: folder 48
Franklin, Jane
1860

Box 2: folder 49
Gadsby, John
1829

Box 2: folder 50
Gardiner, M.B.
1827

Box 2: folder 51
Gilmer, John A. and Julia
1861, 1866, 1868

Box 2: folder 52
Grasset, M.
1831

Box 2: folder 53
Greenwood, Grace, ("Gram")
1863

Box 2: folder 54

Guillard, Miss: See Bochsa, [?]




[Harvey?], Jane
1837-38

Box 2: folder 55

Hawks, Dr.: See Vail, Jane S.




Hawkins, M.A.
n.d.

Box 2: folder 56
Henry, Joseph
1862

Box 2: folder 57

Henshaw, Eliza: See Bushnell, Eliza H.




Hill, Frances M.: includes a letter from Hill to her father
1833-34, 1836

Box 2: folder 58
Hillard, G.S.
1864-65

Box 2: folder 59

Hirschel, John: See Foster, Peter LeNeve




[Hoffmann?], E.
1848

Box 2: folder 60
Holley, Myron
1832

Box 2: folder 61
Hopkins, Bishop John
1844

Box 2: folder 62
Hopkins, Bishop John
1862

Box 2: folder 63
Hopper, Isaac
1837

Box 2: folder 64
Hugen, Theodor
1854

Box 2: folder 65
Hughes, Edward
1854

Box 2: folder 66
n.d.

Box 2: folder 67
Jones, A.S.
n.d.

Box 2: folder 68
Jones, Mary
1842-43, 1848, 1852-53, 1865

Box 2: folder 69
Knox, E.C.S.
1865

Box 2: folder 70
Kohl, Caroline and J.G. Kohl

See also: Hugen, Theodor

[?] Jul 25, n.d.

Box 2: folder 71
Lafayette, General, Mathilde, and Clementine: includes replies and clippings re: Lafayette
1828, 1831, [1834?], n.d.

Box 2: folder 72
Lane, H.: includes printed ephemera from exhibition
1854 Aug 3

Box 2: folder 73
Langton, J.
1854

Box 2: folder 74
Liautaud, A.
1831

Box 2: folder 75

Leverett, Miss: See Temple, Charlotte




Mansfield, Edward D.
1835

Box 2: folder 76
Marcy, Emmaline (a.k.a. Ellen Mary) and George McClellan: wedding cards
n.d.

Box 2: folder 77
Marks, Doctor [Elias?]
1867

Box 2: folder 78

McClellan, George: See Marcy, Emmaline




McNaugton, James
1832

Box 2: folder 79
Milner, Doctor
1836

Box 3: folder 1
Minot, Louisa
1849 Jun 22

Box 3: folder 2

Montgolfier, Adalaide: See Belloc, Louise





Morgan, Mary: See Cooke & Company




Mulligan, John W.
1833

Box 3: folder 3
Mulligan, J.
1854

Box 3: folder 4

Mumford, Harriet: See Paige, Harriet Mumford




Niederer, Roette
1829

Box 3: folder 5
O'Brien, Emma
1868

Box 3: folder 6
Ouseley, Marcia
1854

Box 3: folder 7

Packard, Frederick A.: See American Sunday School Union




Paige, Harriet Mumford
1840, 1843, 1845, 1848-49, 1888, n.d.

Box 3: folder 8
Paine, John (of the Troy Cemetary Assocation)
1849

Box 3: folder 9
Peabody, George: printed ephemera
1854 Nov 13

Box 3: folder 10
Perdicaris, G.A.
1838

Box 3: folder 11
Perdicaris, Meta
1845

Box 3: folder 12
Perkstuff, Mary E.
1857

Box 3: folder 13
Peter, Sarah
1849-50, n.d.

Box 3: folder 14
Peter, Sarah
1869

Box 3: folder 15
Pitcher, Mr. [?]
1838

Box 3: folder 16

Platt, Eliza H.: See Bushnell, Eliza H. (née Henshaw)




Potter, A.
n.d.

Box 3: folder 17

Rennie, Thomas W.: See Barnes, A.S., 1845-64




Sampson Low, Son, and Co.: printed ephemera
1854 Aug 1

Box 3: folder 18
Sartain, John
1859

Box 3: folder 19
Savage, John
1864

Box 3: folder 20

Scudder, Louisa H.: See Davies [Scudder], Louisa H.




Sigourney, Lydia H., with reply

See also: Woodbridge, W.C.

1827-28, 1831, 1834, 1837, 1839-44, 1846-49, n.d.

Box 3: folder 21
Sigourney, Lydia H.
1850-59

Box 3: folder 22
Sigourney, Lydia H.
1860-65

Box 3: folder 23
Simmons, L. [niece?] and S. Simmons [sister?]
1837

Box 3: folder 24
Smith, James: includes a manuscript on "Abolition" by Mary M. Smith
n.d.

Box 3: folder 25
Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce: exhibition invitation
1854 Jul

Box 3: folder 26
Southard, Samuel and Virginia Southard
1827-29

Box 3: folder 27
Stansbury, Charles F.: includes a Peter Le Neve Foster letter, a Nourse and Co. letter, an Ellen Stansbury letter and a G.W. Yapp letter
1854, 1855

Box 3: folder 28
Tayloe, Benjamin Ogle
1854

Box 3: folder 29
[Tayloe], Shela [Warren?]
n.d.

Box 3: folder 30
Temple, Charlotte re: Miss Leverett
1829

Box 3: folder 31
Thayer, James S. (of West Point)
1826-27, n.d.

Box 3: folder 32
Tibbets, George
[1830?]

Box 3: folder 33
Tucker, G. Leland
n.d.

Box 3: folder 34
Tyler, John
n.d.

Box 3: folder 35
Unwin, William J.: includes printed ephemera
1854

Box 3: folder 36
Vail, Jane S.: includes copies of letters of Thomas M. Clark and J.W. Coit to Dr. Hawks
1861

Box 3: folder 37
Van Cleve, Louisa E.
1831

Box 3: folder 39
Viel, Just
1831

Box 3: folder 40
[Number not used]


Box 3: folder 41

Wayne, Mrs. Isaac: See Bailey, M.M.




Wheeler, A.D. re: the education of men versus women
n.d.

Box 3: folder 42
Whittlesey, Chester and S.L.
1838

Box 3: folder 43
Whittlesey, Elisha
1858

Box 3: folder 44
Whittlesey, Mary B. (niece)
1850, 1857-59, n.d.

Box 3: folder 45
Whittlesey, Mary B. (niece)
1860, 1862-64, 1866

Box 3: folder 46
Wilbour, Charlotte B. re: Alice Cary, includes clippings
1868

Box 3: folder 47
Willard, Elizabeth C.
1849

Box 3: folder 48
Willard, Harriet (pp. 5-10 only)
n.d.

Box 3: folder 49
Willard, John Hart
1822-24, n.d.

Box 3: folder 50
Willard, John Hart
1826-28, 1831, 1835

Box 3: folder 51
Willard, Joseph
n.d.

Box 3: folder 52
Willard, Joseph
1869 Dec 13

Box 3: folder 53
Willard, Susanna H. (Mrs. Joseph Willard)
1865, 1867

Box 3: folder 54
Wilson, Annie G.
1848

Box 3: folder 55
Wool, John E.
1868

Box 3: folder 56
Woodbridge, W.C., with printed ephemera by Lydia Sigourney
1831-32

Box 3: folder 57
Woolworth, S.B.
1858

Box 3: folder 58
Yates, Harriet: with Emma Hart Willard's reply, not sent
1852

Box 3: folder 59
Unidentified (2 items, 1 printed fragment)
n.d.

Box 3: folder 60
Sub-Series B: Outgoing Correspondence



Outgoing Correspondence (sub-series B) contains letters written by Emma Willard to her immediate and extended family and friends, business associates, and others.




Brown, H.K.
1841

Box 4: folder 1
Buel, Hannah
1820 Oct 3

Box 4: folder 2
Bull, Hannah
1807 Nov 14

Box 4: folder 2A
Burch?: possible draft reply
[1830s?]

Box 4: folder 2B
Dodd, William (nephew by marriage)
1858

Box 4: folder 3
Dodd, William (nephew by marriage): letter with hand-drawn map by Platt [Card?] of Toledo, Ohio
1863

Box 4: folder 4
Dodd, William (nephew by marriage): in regards to Emma Willard's land in Ohio
1863

Box 4: folder 5
Cooke & Company: written by N. Morgan on behalf of Emma Hart Willard
1829

Box 4: folder 5A
Copeland, A.H. and Samuel Swift: includes printed ephemera
1859

Box 4: folder 6
"Cousin": on letter from Howard A. White; mentions William Lee
1837

Box 4: folder 7
Hart, Jeannie (niece)
1863-64

Box 4: folder 8
Hart, [Jenny or Jane] (niece)
1847-48, 1854

Box 4: folder 9
Hill, Frances M.
1834, 1836

Box 4: folder 9A
Hooker, E.W.: draft
1843

Box 4: folder 10
Johnson, Miss
n.d.

Box 4: folder 11

Lee, William: See "Cousin"




[Parni?], A. [possibly from Dr. John Willard]
1802 Dec 27

Box 4: folder 12
Sartain, John
1856, 1859

Box 4: folder 12A

Scudder, Emma Willard Willard: See Willard, Emma Willard




Stansbury, Charles F.: Helen Duman? writing on behalf of Emma Hart Willard
1854 Jul 15

Box 4: folder 12B
Stiles, Joshua C.
1850

Box 4: folder 13

Swift, Samuel: See Copeland, A.H.




Washington, Dr.: includes a draft essay on secession and slavery
1861

Box 4: folder 14
Webster, Daniel
1851

Box 4: folder 15

White, Howard A.: See "Cousin"




Willard, John Hart: for the "young ladies"
1838

Box 4: folder 16
Willard, John Hart: with letter from his daughter Sarah on same sheet
n.d.

Box 4: folder 17
Willard, John Hart: includes an 1822 letter from Troy Female Seminary students with Emma Hart Willard's note
1822, 1828-30, 1832, 1839, n.d.

Box 4: folder 18
Willard, John Hart
1840-43

Box 4: folder 19
Willard, John Hart
1844-46

Box 4: folder 20
Willard, John Hart
1847-49, 1850, 1863

Box 4: folder 21
Willard, Emma Willard [later Scudder] about A.S. Barnes
n.d.

Box 4: folder 22

Willard, Sarah: See Willard, John Hart, n.d.




Unidentified letter fragments: includes a letter to a music teacher, dated Jul 25
n.d.

Box 4: folder 23
Sub-Series C: Translations and Extracts



Translations and Extracts (sub-series C) contains an unidentified translation and the extract of several letters.

Apthorp, R.E. to E. Goodwin
n.d.

Box 4: folder 24
Mayer, Brantz: extract of a letter copied by granddaughter Sarah (possibly to Almira Hart Lincoln Phelps, Emma Hart Willard's sister)
n.d.

Box 4: folder 25
Unidentified translation (with note from Emma Hart Willard: "this translation made for me by a friend of Mrs. Burleighs")
n.d.

Box 4: folder 26
Series 3: EMMA HART WILLARD: DIARIES
1823-1869


Series 3 contains numerous volumes of Emma Hart Willard's journals from 1823 to 1869. These diaries record many of the events in Emma Willard's life, including her trips to Europe, Quebec and Washington.

Journal: 1 volume called "Vol. II": bound segment: Journey to Quebec [1823?] and to Washington [17 April-18 May? 1830]
1823, 1830, n.d.

Box 5: folder 1
1831 Apr 5
1830 Oct 1-

Box 5: folder 2
after Apr 23
1831 Feb 3-

Box 5: folder 3
Journal: segment, unbound - an unidentified part of European trip
1831 [Apr?]

Box 5: folder 4
Diaries: 2 volumes
1848, 1850

Box 5: folder 5
1859
1852, 1856,

Box 5: folder 6
Diaries: 2 volumes
1860-1861

Box 5: folder 7
Diaries: 2 volumes
1862-1863

Box 5: folder 8
Diaries: 2 volumes
1864-1865

Box 5: folder 9
Diaries: 2 volumes
1866, 1869

Box 5: folder 10
Series 4: JOHN HART WILLARD: BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIALS
[1801-1896]


Series 4, JOHN HART WILLARD: BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIALS [1801-1896], contains biographical materials relating to John Hart Willard's life, education and career. It is divided into three sub-series: A: Biographical; B: Education; C: Financial and Legal Documents.

Sub-Series A: Biographical



Biographical (sub-series A) contains a genealogy of the Willard-Hart Family and two different portraits of John Hart Willard.

Willard-Hart Genealogy: miscellaneous documents
1842, 1848, n.d.

Box 6: folder 1
Portrait of John Willard, engraving
n.d.

Box 6: folder 2
Portrait: daguerreotype reproduction
c.a. 1845

Box 6: folder 3
Sub-Series B: Education



Education (sub-series B) contains miscellaneous documents relating to John Hart Willard's education at West Point and Washington College. It also includes several school compositions and a letter of appointment and discharge from West Point.

Letter of Recommendation from Timothy Dwight
1829

Box 6: folder 4
School Compositions
n.d.

Box 6: folder 5
Washington College: miscellaneous documents including printed commencement program
1829-30

Box 6: folder 6
West Point: printed registers (5)
1823-27

Box 6: folder 7
West Point: miscellaneous documents
1826-28

Box 6: folder 8
West Point: letter re: appointment and discharge as cadet from 1826 to 1828
1896

Box 6: folder 9
Anatomical drawings (eyes, nose)
n.d.

Box 6: folder 10
Sub-Series C: Financial and Legal Documents



Financial and Legal Documents (sub-series C) contains financial and legal documents, bills, rentals and indentures. It includes a photocopy of an 1801 Marshall of Vermont appointment certificate, signed by President Thomas Jefferson, and a statement by the Troy and Boston Railroad on the occasion of John Hart Willard's death.

Bills: miscellaneous
1831-32

Box 6: folder 11
Documents: miscellaneous
1860, 1863-64, 1868, 1872, n.d.

Box 6: folder 12
Financial materials: miscellaneous
1880s

Box 6: folder 13
Agreement with Trustees of Troy Female Seminary
1850

Box 6: folder 14
Indenture from City of Troy
1844

Box 6: folder 15
Indenture (printed) between Troy and Boston Rail Company and the City of Troy
1878 Nov 9

Box 6: folder 16
Warrant
1806

Box 6: folder 17
Will
1881

Box 6: folder 18
Copy of a Marshall of Vermont appointment certificate: photographic reproduction of 1801 document signed by President Thomas Jefferson for Dr. John Willard. (original in The Sheldon Museum, Middlebury, Vermont)
1801

Box 6: folder 19
Passport and invitations, Paris
1830-31

Box 6: folder 20
Pew Rental: Little, Edward B.; Calvary Church, New York City and assignment, Henry L. Clarke
1850, 1890

Box 6: folder 21
"Resolutions of Respect": Statement about the death of John H. Willard by Board of Directors of the Troy and Boston Railroad: photocopy (original in Map Case 6, Drawer12)
n.d.

Box 6: folder 22
Series 5: JOHN HART WILLARD: CORRESPONDENCE



Series 5, JOHN HART WILLARD: CORRESPONDENCE [1822-1906], is divided into three sub-series: A: Incoming Correspondence; B: Outgoing Correspondence; C: Immediate Family Correspondence arranged by the names of John Hart Willard's wife and daughters.

Sub-Series A: Incoming Correspondence



Scope and content:

Incoming Correspondence (sub-series A) contains letters written to John Hart Willard by his immediate and extended family, friends and business associates.

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically in two sections by correspondent (general alphabetical folder and some by individual name)

General



A-I, 1 of 2
1820?, 1822?, 1827?, 1832, 1866-71, 1878?

Box 7: folder 1
A-I, 2 of 2
1833, 1857-65, 1868-72, n.d.

Box 7: folder 2
J-M
1829, 1854, 1860-61, 1863, 1867-72, n.d.

Box 7: folder 3
N-Z
1822, 1832-33, 1851-52, 1854-55, 1857-58, 1860-64, 1866, 1869-72

Box 7: folder 4
By Correspondent Name



Aldis, A.O.
1833

Box 7: folder 5
Aldis, A.O.
1834, 1839-40, 1843-45, 1847, 1870, 1874

Box 7: folder 6
Allyn, J.T.
1843

Box 7: folder 7
[Bains?] A.
n.d.

Box 7: folder 8
Blatchford, Dr. T.W.
1846

Box 7: folder 9
Bliss, L.C.
1844

Box 7: folder 10
Bolles, J.A.
1844

Box 7: folder 11
Bragg, L.G.
1829

Box 7: folder 12
Brown, Henry Kinhe
1841-42, 1844-47, n.d.

Box 7: folder 13
Bushnell, Eliza Henshaw Platt
1844

Box 7: folder 14
Butler, Louisa Willard (cousin)
n.d.

Box 7: folder 15
Carter, A.B.
1847

Box 7: folder 16
Clark, F.G.
1881

Box 7: folder 17
Clay, Henry
1833

Box 7: folder 18
[Clayton?]
n.d.

Box 7: folder 19
Cochrane, John and M.L.
1846

Box 7: folder 20
Cochran A.F.: calling card
n.d.

Box 7: folder 21
Cox, Richard
1843-44, 1848

Box 7: folder 22
Cram, [M?]
1828

Box 7: folder 23
Curtis, C.
1844

Box 7: folder 24
Dennis, S.A.
1841, 1845

Box 7: folder 25
Dunham, R.A.
1829

Box 7: folder 26
Eaton, Amos
1841

Box 8: folder 1
Evarts, Mr. and Mrs. William: invitation to wedding of their daughter to Dr. Charles Davies Scudder
n.d.

Box 8: folder 2
Everett, R. John
1829-30

Box 8: folder 3
Farancourt, A.
1829, 1831

Box 8: folder 4
Goodwich, W.M.
1828

Box 8: folder 5
Han, N.
n.d.

Box 8: folder 6
Hart, William (cousin)
1845

Box 8: folder 7
Hearst, Elizabeth B. (cousin)
1827-28, 1830, n.d.

Box 8: folder 8
Hearst, Emma (cousin)
1828-31, 1833, n.d.

Box 8: folder 9
Henshaw, C.H.
1839

Box 8: folder 10
Hitchcock, Edward (Amherst College Professor and later President) re: Mary Hitchcock
1843 Sep 18

Box 8: folder 11
Hudson, H.R.
1839-42, 1847

Box 8: folder 12
Huntington, W.P.
1832

Box 8: folder 13
Johnson, W.S.
1845

Box 8: folder 14
Johnston, J.H.
1843

Box 8: folder 15
Kassourski
1841

Box 8: folder 16
Kendrick, A.C.
1847

Box 8: folder 17
Kip, W. Ingraham
1846

Box 8: folder 18
Lincoln, Jane P. (cousin)
1842, 1845-47

Box 8: folder 19
Linsley, Ch[arles]
1844

Box 8: folder 20
Lord, J.
1848

Box 8: folder 21
Lyon, J.A.
n.d.

Box 8: folder 22
Morgan, M.
1828

Box 8: folder 23
McCartney, Wash[ington?]
1845-46

Box 8: folder 24
Mix, E.L.
1829

Box 8: folder 25
Newman, R.W.
1840

Box 8: folder 26
Osterhout, M.A.
1834

Box 8: folder 27
Page, D.P.
1845

Box 8: folder 28
Pain, R.P.
1829, 1831

Box 8: folder 29
Peck, Davis
1839-40, 1842, 1844

Box 8: folder 30
Phelps, Almira
1833-39, 1851-72, 1882, n.d.

Box 8: folder 31
Phelps, Almira, and nephew
1865, 1872

Box 8: folder 32
Phelps, John W.
1838

Box 8: folder 33
Phelps, J.S.
1831

Box 8: folder 34
Phelps, L.
1839

Box 8: folder 35
Potter, Alonzo
1844

Box 8: folder 36
Powell, P.M.
1830

Box 8: folder 37
Robbins, A. (re: death of daughter)
1846

Box 8: folder 38

Scudder, Charles Davies: See Evarts, Mr. And Mrs. William




Scudder, M.
1869

Box 8: folder 39
Scudder, H.J.
1840, 1864

Box 8: folder 40
Scudder, H.J.
1870

Box 8: folder 41
Scudder, H.J.
1881

Box 8: folder 42
Strong, G.E.
1829

Box 8: folder 43
Thomas, T.[S.?]
n.d.

Box 8: folder 44
Treat, M.L.
1827-29

Box 8: folder 45
Wagner, David
1844

Box 8: folder 46
Walter, W.H. and E.
1844-46

Box 8: folder 47
Warne, J.P.
n.d.

Box 8: folder 48
Weston, E.B.
1841

Box 8: folder 49
Weston, F.
1832-33, 1840, 1843, 1845

Box 8: folder 50
Whiteley, R.
1828

Box 8: folder 51
Whitney, G.F.
1845

Box 8: folder 52
Willcox, N.
1826

Box 8: folder 53
Willard, Emma (daughter)
1852, 1854, 1857-58, 1861-62, 1864-65, 1869

Box 8: folder 54
Willard Scudder, Emma (granddaughter)
1882-83

Box 8: folder 55
Willard, G.V. (half-brother)
1844-45

Box 8: folder 56
Willard, G.V. to Willard, W.T. (half-brothers)
1839

Box 8: folder 57
Willard, Harriet (daughter)
1869-71, 1882

Box 8: folder 58
Willard, John: genealogy
1842

Box 8: folder 59
Willard, John W.: genealogy
1848

Box 8: folder 60
Willard, Kate (daughter)
1871, n.d.

Box 8: folder 61
Willard, L.D.
1869

Box 8: folder 62
Willard, Mary (daughter)
1852-69

Box 8: folder 63
Willard, Mary and Sarah (daughters)
1861

Box 8: folder 64
Willard, Sarah (daughter)
1854-70, n.d.

Box 8: folder 65
Willard, Sarah (daughter): addressed jointly to John Hart Willard and Emma Hart Willard
1854

Box 8: folder 66
Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (wife)
1833-34, 1837-38, 1842

Box 8: folder 67
Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (wife)
1850-70, n.d.

Box 8: folder 68
Willard, W.T. (half-brother)
1822-31, 1839

Box 8: folder 69
[Wolcott, H.?]
1831

Box 8: folder 70
Woodsmonth, H.P.
1826-27

Box 8: folder 71
Yates, C.C.
1839

Box 8: folder 72
Yates, C.C. to Mooney, Edward (via John H. Willard)
1839

Box 8: folder 73
Sub-Series B: Outgoing Correspondence



Scope and content:

Outgoing Correspondence (sub-series B) contains several letters to family and friends. Most of the series consists of letters written to his father, to his daughters Emma, Kate and Sarah, and to his wife, Sarah L. Willard.

Arrangement:

Alphabetically arranged by recipient name.

Butler, [R.?]
1868

Box 9: folder 1
Hart, Freedom
1838

Box 9: folder 2
Rogers, Chase (copy)
1845

Box 9: folder 3
Daughters



Daughters
1855

Box 9: folder 4
Willard, Emma
1849

Box 9: folder 5
Willard, Kate
1856-65

Box 9: folder 6
Willard, Sarah
1867

Box 9: folder 7
Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (wife)



Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (1 of 8)
1834, 1843

Box 9: folder 8
Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (2 of 8)
1849

Box 9: folder 9
Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (3 of 8)
1850

Box 9: folder 10
Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (4 of 8)
1853-59

Box 9: folder 11
Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (5 of 8)
1861-64

Box 9: folder 12
Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (6 of 8)
1866-67

Box 9: folder 13
Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (7 of 8)
1868

Box 9: folder 14
Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (8 of 8)
n.d.

Box 9: folder 15
Willard, John
1824, n.d.

Box 9: folder 16
Sub-Series C: Immediate Family Correspondence



Scope and content:

Immediate Family Correspondence (sub-series C) contains incoming and outgoing correspondence of John Hart Willard's wife Sarah Lucretia Hudson Willard and his daughters: Emma Willard Willard Scudder, Sarah Hudson Willard, Mary Theodosia Willard Thomas, Harriet Willard, Katherine Aldis Willard Lapsley and Marcia Willard.

Arrangement:

Arranged by the names of John Hart Willard's wife and daughters.

Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson (Wife): Incoming Correspondence



General: A-K
1844, 1852-54, 1862, 1866-70, n.d.

Box 10: folder 1
General: L-Z
1846, 1852-54, 1866, 1870, n.d.

Box 10: folder 2
Chapman, C.
1845

Box 10: folder 3
from children
1846,1849, n.d.

Box 10: folder 4
[Corangle?]
1868

Box 10: folder 5
Davies, Charles
1857

Box 10: folder 6
Du Pré, J.
1840-41, 1843-44, 1847, n.d.

Box 10: folder 7
from [family?]
1853-54, 1862, 1865-70, n.d.

Box 10: folder 8
Scudder, Emma: see Willard, Emma (daughter)



Willard, Emma (daughter)
1849, 1854-55, 1864, 1869, n.d.

Box 10: folder 9
Willard, Katherine (Kate) Aldis (daughter)
n.d.

Box 10: folder 10
Willard, Mary (daughter)
1850-55, 1861, 1863, 1869, n.d.

Box 10: folder 11
1862, 1864, 1868, n.d.
1850, 1854,

Box 10: folder 12
Willard, Sarah Lucretia Hudson: Outgoing Correspondence



Curran, Miss: draft of letter to
1868

Box 10: folder 13
Letters and notes
1870

Box 10: folder 14
Young, Sarah B.: reference
n.d.

Box 10: folder 15
Letter to Aunt
1878

Box 10: folder 16
Scudder, Elizabeth Hewlett
1866

Box 10: folder 17
Daughters



Daughters
1856

Box 10: folder 18
Harriet (daughter): incoming and outgoing
1867, [1869?]

Box 10: folder 19
Kate (daughter)
1864, 1866

Box 10: folder 20
Sarah (daughter)
n.d.

Box 10: folder 21
JHW (continued)



Phelps, Almira
1865-67

Box 10: folder 22
Phelps, Almira H.L. to [SLW?]
1873, 1881

Box 10: folder 23
Phelps, Almira H.L. to Sarah Lucretia Willard
1882

Box 10: folder 24
Phelps, Almira (letter to)
1867

Box 10: folder 25
Phelps, Almira H.L. to Jesse Hart (brother)
1826

Box 10: folder 26
Phelps, Almira to Mrs. Lincoln
1860

Box 10: folder 27
Phelps, Almira from Brantz Mayer
1862

Box 10: folder 28
Phelps, Almira H.L. from Smith, Bishop P.
1879

Box 10: folder 29
Phelps, Almira from Smith [Bunitan?]
1858

Box 10: folder 30
Phelps, Almira from S.C.Tracey
1860

Box 10: folder 31
Lincoln, Almira from B.F.Willard
1822

Box 10: folder 32
Engraved Portrait: Almira Hart Lincoln Phelps
n.d.

Box 10: folder 33
Daughters: Scudder, Emma Willard Willard: Incoming and Outgoing



Collins, C. (husband of Annie Rankin)
1862, 1865

Box 10: folder 34
Denny, Mary de F.
n.d.

Box 10: folder 35
[1867?]
1855, 1857, 1862,

Box 10: folder 36
Rankin, Annie
1854, 1856, 1858-59, 1861, 1864-65

Box 10: folder 37
Rankin, Annie
1860, 1865

Box 10: folder 38
Rankin, Annie (re: marriage of Louisa Davies)
1854

Box 10: folder 39
Scudder, Willard (son)
1891

Box 10: folder 40
Scudder, Willard
n.d.

Box 10: folder 41
Willard, Emma W. to Scudder, Louisa
1857, 1860, 1862

Box 10: folder 42
Daughters: Willard, Sarah Hudson (daughter) Incoming and Outgoing, and Miscellaneous Documents



Eaton, S.C.
1868

Box 10: folder 43
Peck, John H.
1889, 1900

Box 10: folder 44
Peck, John H.
1889

Box 10: folder 45
Peck, Willard
1889, 1899, 1903

Box 10: folder 46
Philips, Laura
n.d.

Box 10: folder 47
Thomas, J. Metcalfe (nephew)
1899-1904. n.d.

Box 10: folder 48
Unidentified relative
1892 Mar 4

Box 10: folder 49
Businesses and Accounts: incoming
1889-95, 1900-06

Box 10: folder 50
Financial letters
1890-1906

Box 10: folder 51
Willard, Sarah H.: to Miss Manwaring (telegram)
1864

Box 10: folder 52
Daughters: Thomas, Mary Theodosia Willard



Willard, Mary T. to Miss Manwaring
[1864?]

Box 10: folder 53
Daughters: Willard, Harriet



Willard, Harriet to [Mary?]
n.d.

Box 10: folder 54
Daughters: Lapsley, Katherine Aldis Willard



Essay
n.d.

Box 10: folder 55
Essays
n.d.

Box 10: folder 56
Daughters: Willard, Marcia



Willard, Marcia to Family
1860, 1864, n.d.

Box 10: folder 57
Daughters: Willard, Unidentified



[Vail?], S.M. to an unidentified daughter re: John Hart Willard's death
post 1883

Box 10: folder 58
Series 6: WILLARD SCUDDER: BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIALS
[1756-1889]


Series 6, WILLARD SCUDDER: BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIALS [1756-1889], contains documents that relate to Willard Scudder's education and life. It is divided into two sub-series: A: Academic and School Related Materials; B: Personal Documents.

Sub-Series A: Academic and School Related Materials



Academic and School Related Materials (sub-series A) contains programs of events from Trinity College, documents relating to St. Paul's School, several essays and poems, and Ann Cornelia Scudder's commonplace book.

Essays [as student?]
n.d.

Box 11: folder 1
Sonnet
1888

Box 11: folder 2
Trinity College: Music programs
1888-89

Box 11: folder 3
Trinity College: Athletics
1887-89

Box 11: folder 4
Trinity College: Events
1887-89

Box 11: folder 5
Trinity College: Printed Greek broadside poem
n.d.

Box 11: folder 6
Trinity College: IKA
1889, n.d.

Box 11: folder 7
St. Paul's School
1885, 1888-89

Box 11: folder 8
St. Paul's School Alumni Association: Constitution of Trinity College Branch
1885, 1888, n.d.

Box 11: folder 9
Entertainment: miscellaneous
1885-87

Box 11: folder 10
"Dr. Goodrich's Directions about Carbuncles"
n.d.

Box 11: folder 11
Scudder, Ann Cornelia: commonplace book
1833

Box 11: folder 12
Sub-Series B: Personal Documents



Personal Documents (sub-series B) contains a printed program for Troy's 100th Anniversary, general bills, bills from tailors and stables, and a personal notebook.

Notebook
n.d.

Box 11: folder 13
Bills from tailors and stables
[1875?] - 1889

Box 11: folder 14
Bryan, Alexander: board, payable to Ebenezer Prune
1756

Box 11: folder 15
Bills
1886-89

Box 11: folder 16
Printed program for Troy 100th Anniversary
1889

Box 11: folder 17
Poem [by Willard Scudder?]
n.d.

Box 11: folder 18
Series 7: WILLARD SCUDDER: CORRESPONDENCE
[1862-1909]


Series 7 is divided into two sub-series: A: Scudder Family Correspondence; B: Incoming Correspondence alphabetically arranged by correspondent

Sub-Series A: Scudder Family Correspondence



Scudder Family Correspondence (sub-series A) contains letters to and from various members of the Scudder Family including Henry Scudder, Hewlett Scudder, and Emma Willard Willard Scudder (mother).

Restrictions on access:

Alphabetically arranged by first name of family member.

Scudder, Emma Willard Willard: incoming from H. Scudder
1894, n.d.

Box 12: folder 1
Scudder, Emma Willard Willard: outgoing to [?]
1886, 1893, n.d.

Box 12: folder 2
Scudder, Emma Willard Willard: incoming from Heyword Scudder
1894, n.d.

Box 12: folder 3
Scudder, H.J.: outgoing to [?] and incoming from [?] Willard
1862, 1865

Box 12: folder 4
Scudder, Henry: outgoing to Edward (son)
n.d

Box 12: folder 5
Scudder Henry: outgoing to W. Strong
1832, 1839, n.d.

Box 12: folder 6
Scudder, Hewlett: incoming from Southack & Ball
1909

Box 12: folder 7
Scudder, Hewlett: incoming from Emma Willard Willard Scudder (mother)
1892

Box 12: folder 8
Scudder, Hewlett: incoming from [?]
1892, 1906, n.d.

Box 12: folder 9
Scudder, Hewlett: incoming from Willard Church
1891-92

Box 12: folder 10
Scudder, Hewlett: incoming from Emma Willard Scudder Keyes (sister)
n.d.

Box 12: folder 11
Scudder, Hewlett: incoming from [Willard Scudder] (brother)
1892, n.d.

Box 12: folder 12
Scudder, Willard: outgoing to Betsy Prig
n.d.

Box 12: folder 13
Sub-Series B: Incoming Correspondence



Scope and content:

Incoming Correspondence (sub-series B) contains letters written to Willard Scudder by his immediate and extended family, friends, and business associates.

Arrangement:

Alphabetically arranged by correspondent.

Adams, W.C.
1889

Box 12: folder 14
'Ana'
1889, n.d.

Box 12: folder 15
Andrews, Charles M.
1884-89, n.d.

Box 12: folder 16
Applegate, Octavius
n.d.

Box 12: folder 17
'Bah'
1889

Box 12: folder 18
Barnard, Josephine L.
n.d.

Box 12: folder 19
Barams, W. Stanley
1888-89

Box 12: folder 20
Barbor, J.H.
1888

Box 12: folder 21
[Beccd], Eleanor H.
1888

Box 12: folder 22
Beach, Elizabeth H.
n.d.

Box 12: folder 23
Beach, Watson
1889

Box 12: folder 24
Buknnite, Charlotte
n.d.

Box 12: folder 25
Brean, John
1888

Box 12: folder 26
[Brinley?]
1888

Box 12: folder 27
Brocklesby, Mary H.
n.d.

Box 12: folder 28
Broum, Virginia
n.d.

Box 12: folder 29
Bull, Mrs.
n.d.

Box 12: folder 30
[Burteym, D. ?]
n.d.

Box 12: folder 31
Calvary Church
1888-89

Box 12: folder 32
Carpenter, John
1886

Box 12: folder 33
Chandler, C.A.
1885

Box 12: folder 34
Curtis, Anne W.
n.d

Box 12: folder 35
Darth, Frank
1888, n.d.

Box 12: folder 36
Devris, W.L.
1888

Box 12: folder 37
Dobsen, Charles F.
1888

Box 12: folder 38
Eckel, Edward
1888

Box 12: folder 39
Emery, M. Stanley
[1885?], n.d.

Box 12: folder 40
"F.C.R"
n.d.

Box 12: folder 41
French, George Albert
1885-86, n.d.

Box 12: folder 42
Freemont, L.
1888

Box 12: folder 43
[Fry, Mary?]
1886

Box 12: folder 44
Gail, Henry A.
1886-87

Box 12: folder 45
Gay
1885

Box 12: folder 46
Gilman, C.W.
1887, n.d.

Box 12: folder 47
Gibson, J.B.
1888

Box 12: folder 48
Godwin, Sarah Morgan
n.d.

Box 12: folder 49
Ginn, Edward & Company
1886

Box 12: folder 50
Haccesoley
n.d.

Box 12: folder 51
Hall, Arthur C.
1888-89

Box 12: folder 52
Halsted, P.
1889

Box 12: folder 53
Hatch, Edward B.
1889

Box 12: folder 54
Hamersley, J.A.
n.d.

Box 12: folder 55
Hicks, Lucy
1885

Box 12: folder 56
Hicks, Will C. Jr.
1886, n.d.

Box 12: folder 57
Hosmer Hall Choral Union
1889

Box 12: folder 58
[Houover?]
1889

Box 12: folder 59
Invitations: miscellaneous
1886, 1889, n.d.

Box 12: folder 60
IKA related correspondence
1887-1889

Box 12: folder 61
G.K.J
1888

Box 12: folder 62
A.P.M.J.
[1886?]

Box 12: folder 63
"Jane"
1888-89, n.d.

Box 12: folder 64
Jarman, J.H.
1889

Box 12: folder 65
Johnson, Charles
1888

Box 12: folder 66
Johnson, George
1888

Box 12: folder 67
Kearn, Charles F.
1888

Box 12: folder 68

Keyes, Emma Willard Scudder: See Scudder [Keyes], Emma Willard




Kingsbury, Matthew R.
1889

Box 12: folder 69
Lapsley, Anna W.
n.d.

Box 12: folder 70
Leete, C.M.
1889

Box 12: folder 71
Lelark, A.F.
1888

Box 12: folder 72
Livingston, Archie
n.d.

Box 12: folder 73
"Lucien"
1888-89

Box 12: folder 74
"Lucien"
1889

Box 12: folder 75
Manchester, E.
1888

Box 12: folder 76
Mallory, G.J.
1888

Box 12: folder 77
Mason, A.R.
1889

Box 12: folder 78
McCohnie, Alags
1889

Box 12: folder 79
McCohnie, Algas
1888

Box 12: folder 80
McConiks, W.
1889

Box 12: folder 81
Postcard from [McHery?]
[1889]

Box 13: folder 1
Millard, Abel
1889

Box 13: folder 2
[Muemer?], G.H.
1888

Box 13: folder 3
Newcamen, Waldo
1885

Box 13: folder 4
Olmsted, James F.
1888

Box 13: folder 5
Olmsted, Wm. Berch
1888-89, n.d.

Box 13: folder 6
Paddoch, Lewis H.
1888

Box 13: folder 7
Parker, E.M.
1887,1889, n.d.

Box 13: folder 8
Peltier, Florence
1888, n.d.

Box 13: folder 9
Penniman, Edwin
1889

Box 13: folder 10
Post Office Department: complaint to
1889

Box 13: folder 11
Pyme, M. Taylor
n.d., 1889

Box 13: folder 12
Pyme, Penny R.
1881

Box 13: folder 13
Quick, John H.S.
1887

Box 13: folder 14
Roley, SB
1887

Box 13: folder 15
Robertson, Fred'k C.
1888

Box 13: folder 16
Scott, W.E.
1889

Box 13: folder 17
[Senflow?], Robert
1889

Box 13: folder 18
[Seur, H.?]
1886

Box 13: folder 19
Scudder, C.D.
[1886], 1888

Box 13: folder 20
Scudder, Edward M.
1886-89

Box 13: folder 21
Scudder [Keyes], Emma Willard (sister)
1885-86, n.d.

Box 13: folder 22
Scudder, Emma Willard Willard (mother)
1889

Box 13: folder 23
Scudder, Emma Willard Willard (mother)
1885-89, n.d.

Box 13: folder 24
Scudder, Emma Willard Willard (mother)
1885-89

Box 13: folder 25
Scudder, Emma Willard Willard (mother)
1885

Box 13: folder 26
Scudder, H. (re: finances)
1889

Box 14: folder 1
Scudder, H.
1888

Box 14: folder 2
Scudder, Henry J.
1885-89

Box 14: folder 3
Scudder, Hewlett (brother)
1885-89, n.d.

Box 14: folder 4
Scudder, Heyward
1889

Box 14: folder 5
Scudder, Heyward
[1885?]-89

Box 14: folder 6
Scudder, [Jordan?]
1889

Box 14: folder 7
Scudder, Townsend
1889

Box 14: folder 8
Schultz, Robert
1889

Box 14: folder 9
[Schuitz?], A.H.
1888

Box 14: folder 10
Shipman, Mary D.
n.d.

Box 14: folder 11
Sihinthal, H.
1884, 1889

Box 14: folder 12
Smith, Clark
1888

Box 14: folder 13
Smith, Mary N.
1889

Box 14: folder 14
Telegraph envelope from an unidentified person
n.d.

Box 14: folder 15
Tibbits, John E.
1887, 1889

Box 14: folder 16
Tiflamy, Sexton
1889

Box 14: folder 17
Thomas
n.d.

Box 14: folder 18
"Trinity Tablet"
1888

Box 14: folder 19
Vanderpool, A.M.
1888

Box 14: folder 20
Wainwright, F.C.
1888

Box 14: folder 21
Walcott, Frank H.
1888-89, n.d.

Box 14: folder 22
Warner, Malcolm C.
1888

Box 14: folder 23
Waingold, W.
1888

Box 14: folder 24
Wanson-Thortan, J.
1885, 1889

Box 14: folder 25
Wesson, F.L.
n.d.

Box 14: folder 26
[Will?]
n.d.

Box 14: folder 27
White, W.T.
1888

Box 14: folder 28
Wright, A.E.
n.d.

Box 14: folder 29
Series 8: HENRY JOEL SCUDDER
[1829-1888]


Series 8 contains materials and documents relating to the life of Henry Joel Scudder. The series includes financial and legal documents, numerous manuscript addresses by Henry Joel Scudder, and death notices for Henry Joel Scudder and Emma Willard Willard Scudder.

Financial documents
1829, 1842

Box 15: folder 1
Notes for Trinity Alumni talk
1888

Box 15: folder 2
St. Andrews: finances
1888

Box 15: folder 3
Manuscript speech for church?
n.d.

Box 15: folder 4
"The Persecution of Shelley" and notes for Huntington Literary Amore
n.d.

Box 15: folder 5
Address to unidentified group
n.d.

Box 15: folder 6
Address to Agricultural Society
n.d.

Box 15: folder 7
Legal Document related to Elizabeth Fleet
[1831]

Box 15: folder 8
"Matter of Elizabeth Fleet"
1831, 1836

Box 15: folder 9
"Mitchell's School Atlas"
1868

Box 15: folder 10
Pamelson Pew Rental document
n.d.

Box 15: folder 11
Manuscript address
n.d.

Box 15: folder 12
Manuscript address
n.d.

Box 15: folder 13
Printed lines by Walt Whitman addressed to Henry J. Scudder, a manuscript poem to "J.W." by H.J. Scudder, and poem "As Falls"
1886

Box 15: folder 14
The Record Vol. II, No. 3
1884

Box 15: folder 15
Death Notices: H.J. Scudder (several, printed) and Emma Willard Willard Scudder (1, handwritten, on Emma Willard Association stationery)
n.d., 1886

Box 15: folder 16
Series 9: HEWLETT SCUDDER
[1902-1917]


Series 9 contains numerous postcards addressed to and sent by Hewlett Scudder. There are also some unsent postcards and several photographs of Japan.

Postcards to Hewlett Scudder
1902-15

Box 15: folder 17
Postcards to Hewlett Scudder
1916-17

Box 15: folder 18
Postcards: miscellaneous
n.d.

Box 15: folder 19
Photographs of Japan
n.d

Box 15: folder 20
Series 10: SCUDDER FAMILY
[1887-1923]


Series 10 contains general material relating to the Scudder family. These include a "biographical sketch of N.P. Willis by Emma Willard Scudder," as well as newspaper clippings, recipes, poems and miscellaneous correspondence that relate to the Scudder family. There are also several poems and a booklet on Long Island Real Estate.

"Biographical Sketch of N.P. Willis"
1888

Box 16: folder 1
Booklet on Long Island Real Estate
1918

Box 16: folder 2
Carter and Ledyard, Lawyers, in New York: part of a letter from
n.d.

Box 16: folder 3
Card for "Oracle of Kismet," Hartford, Connecticut
1887

Box 16: folder 4
Card for Captain Henry Halloway Scudder
n.d.

Box 16: folder 5
Carte de visite of a young boy
n.d.

Box 16: folder 6
Recipes
n.d

Box 16: folder 7
"N. Cleland on Philips death:" poem
1923

Box 16: folder 8
[Lapsley?] T.L.: miscellaneous correspondence from
1895

Box 16: folder 9
Financial bulletin
n.d.

Box 16: folder 10
Scraps: miscellaneous, from the Scudders
n.d.

Box 16: folder 11
Newspaper clippings: miscellaneous
n.d.

Box 16: folder 12
"Sonnet by Maud Lay"
n.d.

Box 16: folder 13
"The Spark:" poem
n.d.

Box 16: folder 14
Series 11: KEYES FAMILY
[1896-1988]


Series 11 contains general information that relates to the Keyes Family. It is divided up into four sub-series: A: Edward L. Keyes; B: Emma Willard Keyes Belt; C: Keyes Family Correspondence; D: Keyes Family: Miscellaneous.

Sub-Series A: Edward L. Keyes



Edward L. Keyes (sub-series A), contains poems written for Emma W. Scudder and information about hospitals.

Materials re: hospitals
n.d.

Box 16: folder 15
Poems to Emma Willard Scudder from Dr. Edward Keyes
1896

Box 16: folder 16
Sub-Series B: Emma Willard Keyes Belt (daughter of Emma Willard Scudder Keyes and Edward L. Keyes)



Emma Willard Keyes Belt (daughter of Emma Willard Scudder Keyes and Edward L. Keyes) (sub-series B) contains newspaper clippings about Emma Willard Keyes Belt Banks, a letter to Emma Willard Scudder Keyes and a photograph of Emma Willard Keyes.

"Book of Fun" belonging to Emily Keyes and Emma Keyes
n.d.

Box 16: folder 17
Envelope to Emma Willard Keyes Belt with notes on outside
[1923]

Box 16: folder 18
Adams, C.A. to Emma Willard Keyes Belt
1945

Box 16: folder 19
Newspaper clipping about Mrs. Charles Banks Belt (Emma Willard Keyes Belt)
1961

Box 16: folder 20
Photograph of Emma Willard Keyes
1988

Box 16: folder 21
Photocopy of envelope to Emily Keyes Belt
n.d.

Box 16: folder 22
Sub-Series C: Keyes Family Correspondence



Keyes Family Correspondence (sub-series C) contains three telegrams relating to the Keyes family.

Keyes - telegram from [EM?]
1938

Box 16: folder 23
[To ? from Emma Keyes?]
n.d.

Box 16: folder 24
Telegram - [to? Keyes]
[1924?]

Box 16: folder 25
Sub-Series D: Keyes Family: Miscellaneous



Keyes Family: Miscellaneous (sub-series D) contains a dried bouquet from H.K. [Keyes].

Bouquet from H.K. - [? Keyes]
n.d.

Box 16: folder 26
Series 12: EMMA WILLARD SCHOOL
[1826-1939]


Series 12 contains documents that relate to the Emma Willard School, founded as the Troy Female Seminary by Emma Hart Willard in 1821. It is divided into seven sub-series.

Sub-Series A: Anniversary Celebrations



Anniversary Celebrations (sub-series A) contains anniversary ribbons and invitations to the 1939 125th anniversary and a ribbon and program from the Centennial in 1914. This celebrated the opening of a boarding school for ladies in the Willard home in Middlebury, Vermont in 1814.

1903 Anniversary Ribbon
1903

Box 17: folder 1
1914 Centennial Program
1914

Box 17: folder 2
1914 Anniversary Ribbon
1914

Box 17: folder 3
125th Anniversary Invitation
1939

Box 17: folder 4
Sub-Series B: Academic Materials



Academic Materials (sub-series B) contains a selection of academic catalogues from 1826 through 1872. It also contains several academic reports, a brochure for the Troy Seminary and other documents that relate to the Troy school.

Academic Annual Review
n.d.

Box 17: folder 5
Brochure
n.d.

Box 17: folder 6
Catalogue
1847

Box 17: folder 7
1835, 1836
1826, 1833,

Box 17: folder 8
Catalogue
1870

Box 17: folder 9
Catalogue
1872

Box 17: folder 10
Academic and school miscellaneous documents relating to Troy and others
1853-66

Box 17: folder 11
Sermon
n.d.

Box 17: folder 12
School registration
1867-69

Box 17: folder 13
Reports re: student progress
1861, n.d.

Box 17: folder 14
Sub-Series C: Correspondence: Relating to the School



Correspondence (sub-series C) contains correspondence that relates to the school.

Guernsey, Lydia: incoming from B.M. Drake
1831

Box 17: folder 15
Phelps, H.M.: incoming from Richard Cox
1842

Box 17: folder 16
[Tracy?] C.L.: letter of resignation from Board of Trustees
1873

Box 17: folder 17
Two envelopes addressed to unknown individuals in Troy, New York
n.d.

Box 17: folder 18
Sub-Series D: Financial Documents



Financial Documents (sub-series D) contains financial documents, bills, invoices, lease agreements, and an indenture from the city of Troy for property to be used for the Female Seminary. The majority of the invoices are associated with the school's business manager William Lee. There is an 1838 lease agreement for the School by Emma Hart Willard with Dr. Yates (her second husband). There are also records of tuition payments and an 1826 petition to the New York State Legislature by the Troy Female Seminary for financial assistance signed by Emma Willard.

Account of Troy School with J.H. Willard
1840-58

Box 17: folder 19
Ledger of Account with John Willard
1872

Box 17: folder 20
Account with H.B. Nims
1869

Box 17: folder 21
Bills
1845

Box 17: folder 22
Lee, William: Canceled checks
1848-49

Box 17: folder 23
Lee, William: Invoices
1848

Box 17: folder 24
Lee, William: Invoices
1848

Box 17: folder 25
Lee, William: Invoices
1848

Box 17: folder 26
Lee, William: Invoices
1848

Box 17: folder 27
Lee, William: Invoices
1848

Box 17: folder 28
Lee, William: Invoices
1848

Box 17: folder 29
Lee, William: Invoices
1848

Box 17: folder 30
Lee, William: Checks and invoices
1848

Box 18: folder 1
"Notes Receivable" 3 books
1860-62

Box 18: folder 2
Petition to New York State Legislature by Troy Female Seminary for financial assistance. Signed by Emma Willard and 7 men (presumably trustees)
1826 Mar 2

Box 18: folder 3
Petition to New York State (printed documents)
1852

Box 18: folder 4
Inventory of household furniture and school equipment
1861

Box 18: folder 5
Receivables (3 books)
1864-69

Box 18: folder 6
Receivables
1872

Box 18: folder 7
Tuition payments
1868-69

Box 18: folder 8
Lease Agreement for school by Emma Hart Willard with Dr. Christopher Yates
1838 Sep 1

Box 18: folder 9
Lee, William Correys to John Hart Willard: Seminary business betters
1829-33

Box 18: folder 10
Petition to the City of Troy by Troy Female Seminary for property
[c.a. 1870?]

Box 18: folder 11
Indenture from the Mayor Recorder Alderman & Commonality of the City of Troy and Emma Willard for property in the City of Troy, lots 114 and 115 on Second street ... together with the Brick Dwelling house fitted up for a Female Seminary
1825

Box 18: folder 12
Sub-Series E: Photographs and Structural Plans



Photographs and Structural Plans (sub-series E) contains color postcards of the Troy Female Seminary (c.1900s), and a structural scale plan and the Structural Builders Authorization for the Troy Female Seminary.

Postcards (color)
[c.a. 1900s?]

Box 18: folder 12A
Stereo photograph
n.d.

Box 18: folder 13
Structural Builders Authorization for Troy Female Seminary
1825 Dec 5

Box 18: folder 14
Structural scale plan
n.d.

Box 18: folder 15
Sub-Series F: Educational Materials and Bulletins



Educational Materials and Bulletins (sub-series F) contains two documents. The first is The Illustrated Educational Bulletin - Supplement, and the second is a type of bulletin that appears to be written in an unidentified script.

The Illustrated Educational Bulletin - Supplement
1871

Box 18: folder 16
An unidentified Bulletin (four pages): in an unidentified "script" [Arabic?] (original in Map Case 6, Drawer 12)
n.d.

Box 18: folder 17
Sub-Series G: Emma Willard: Miscellaneous Documents



Emma Willard: Miscellaneous Documents (sub-series G) contains a bulletin from Scribner's Catalogue of America for the sale of a 1st edition of an Emma Willard hymn manuscript. The folder also contains an extract on the induction of Emma Willard into the New York University Hall of Fame.

Excerpt from Scribner's Catalogue of America for 1st Edition Emma Willard manuscript of Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep, signed and dated as written on "Ship Sully," July 14, 1831
n.d.

Box 18: folder 18
Emma Hart Willard's induction into the New York University Hall of Fame
1929

Box 18: folder 19
Cross-reference (catalog record) to the book Studies in Bryant: a Text-Book by Joseph Alden (1876) with exlibris of Emily T. Wilcox. (1877).
2005

Box 18: folder 20

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Subjects
  • Educators -- United States -- Biography -- Sources.
  • Emma Willard School (Troy, N.Y.)
  • Keys family.
  • Scudder family.
  • Willard family.
  • Willard, Emma, 1787-1870.
  • Willard, John Hart, b. 1810.
  • Women -- education -- United States -- History -- Sources.

Contributors
  • Barnard, Henry, 1811-1900.
  • Barnes, Alfred Smith, 1817-1888.
  • Dwight, Timothy, 1778-1844.
  • Phelps, Lincoln, Mrs., |d 1793-1884.
  • Scudder, Emma Willard, 1835-1893.
  • Scudder, Henry Joel, 1825-1886.
  • Scudder, Hewlett.
  • Scudder, Willard.
  • Sigourney, L. H. (Lydia Howard), 1791-1865.
  • Willard, Sarah L., 1809-1883.


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