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Southworth-Dickinson Family Papers, 1792-2005
157 boxes (78.5 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 212

Abstract:
This collection includes letters, diaries, autobiographical writings, and financial papers of the Southworth and Dickinson families of Springfield, Massachusetts, as well as the related Shepard, Boltwood, Thurston, Caffee, Deane, and Browne families. The papers document several generations of middle- and upper-class families residing in Massachusetts, Ohio, North Carolina, Maine, New York, and California. The nineteenth century papers discuss such pivotal events in American history as the abolitionist movement and the Civil War. There are also significant items concerning the events surrounding the Spanish-American War and World War I. Also of interest are business records of the family owned paper mill in Western Massachusetts, and the papers of Alice. H. Southworth and her life partner Anna Jenks in the early and mid 20th century.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

The Papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection without any additional restrictions.

Restrictions on use:

The Sophia Smith Collection owns copyright to unpublished works by family members in this collection. Copyright to materials authored by others may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. Permission must be obtained to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use." It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA

Biographical Note

The Southworth-Dickinson Family Papers include several generations of Southworth and Dickinson families of Springfield, Massachusetts, as well as the related Shepard, Boltwood, Thurston, Caffee, Deane, and Browne families, living in Massachusetts, Ohio, North Carolina, Maine, New York, and California.

Generation I: Constant Southworth

The collection begins with the memoir of Constant Southworth (b. 1730), who was born in Mansfield, Conn., the son of Nathaniel Southworth. He is of a different line of Southworths from those featured in this collection. His memoir was given to George C. S. Southworth by Col. George Leroy Brown.

Generation II: Abiah Southworth and Keziah Boltwood

The Southworth Family as represented in this collection begins with Dr. Abiah Southworth (d. 1835), who married Keziah Boltwood (d. 1835) with whom he had five children: Rufus (1796-1828); Mary (1797-1872); Wells (1799-1882), Edward (1804-69), and Martha (b. 1807).

Generation III: Children of Abiah Southworth

The children of Abiah and Keziah Southworth are best represented in this collection by Edward Southworth, who was educated at Harvard University in the 1820s and served as president of the Hampshire Paper Company of South Hadley, Mass. In 1839, with his brother Wells and cousin John H. Southworth, he founded the Southworth Manufacturing Company in Agawam, Mass. The company is still in operation.

In 1841 Edward married Ann Elisabeth Shepard (1810-1855), a first cousin of Ralph Waldo Emerson, with whom he had children: George C. S. Shepard (1842-1918); Edward Wells (1845-1847); Mase (b. 1847), Charles Upham (1850-1853), and Wells (1854-1856).

In 1856, after the death of his wife, Edward married Mary Woodbury Shepard (1827-1861), the daughter of Rev. Thomas Shepard and Sarah Williams Barrnett with whom he had children: Edward (1857-1882), Mary Woodbury "Minnie" (1859-1947), and Thomas (1861-1940). In 1866, after the death of Mary, Edward married Harriet Anne Thurston Deane, with whom he had one child, Alice Harriet. Harriet was the daughter of Rev. David (1779-1865) and his second wife, Prudence Brown Thurston (d. 1871).

The Southworths were related to the Shepard Family through the marriage of Edward Southworth and Anne Elisabeth Shepard-the daughter of Mase Shepard (1759-1821) and Deborah Haskins (1765-1841), who married in 1781. In addition to Anne Elisabeth, Mase and Deborah had five children: Hannah (1795-1867), who married Hon. Seth Terry; Mary (1797-1867); Rev. George Champlin (1802-1868), who was born in Rhode Island, graduated from Amherst College, later moved to Connecticut, and married Sally Inman Kast (d. 1868); Dr. Charles Upham (1804-1886), who attended Amherst College and worked as a professor of science in Charleston, S.C., from 1834-61, before moving back to Amherst; Fanny (1807?-1888), who married Lucius Boltwood (1792-1872).

The Southworths were also related to the Deane Family through the marriage of Harriet Ann Thurston and her first husband, Melvin Gilmore Deane (1821-54), the son of John Gilmore Deane and Rebecca Dennis Padelford. Harriet and Melvin married in 1848 and had two children: Sarah Shepard (1850-51) and Ada (1853-1934), who married George Southworth in 1874. Harriet was Melvin's second wife. His first wife was Sarah Edwards Shepard (1823-1847)-the daughter of Rev. Thomas and Sarah Williams Shepard-with whom he had a child, John Gilmore (1845-73), who served as a lieutenant in a Maine artillery unit during the Civil War. John Gilmore Deane married Mary Louise Greenwood, with whom he had children: Mary Louise and Hattie.

The Southworths were related to the Browne Family through the marriage of Dwight Dickinson and Syria Browne, whose daughter, Mayotta, married Melvin D. Southworth. Mayotta was the granddaughter of J. Ross Browne (1821-1875), an Irish-born writer who later settled in California, and Lucy Anna Mitchell. J. Ross and Lucy had children: Spencer (1845-96), who married Lucy Serena Croghan (b. 1850); Lucy Mayotta (b. 1847), who married Charles F. Hoffman; Nina Florence Browne (b. 1851), who married Alfred Craven; and Syria Elana "Sea" (d. 1899), who married Dr. Dwight Dickinson.

Generation IV: Children of Edward Southworth

Edward's oldest son, George, was born in Springfield, Mass., graduated from Yale in 1863, Harvard Law in 1865, and served as a Massachusetts representative. In Italy in 1874, George married Ada Deane, George's stepsister, with whom he had eight children: Mary (1875-1949); Constant (1876-1927); Rufus (1878-1944); Elizabeth Shepard (1881-1969); Melvin Deane (1883-1967); Edward (1885-1943); George Shepard (1888-1972); and John Deane (1890-1972). George Southworth's family eventually settled in Ohio, and it was George who built the family cottage in Deer Isle, Maine, in 1887.

Mase, Edward's second son to live to adulthood, obtained a doctoral degree in chemistry. In 1879, he married Mary Virginia Mallory (b. 1856). Dr. Edward Southworth, Edward's eldest child with Mary Woodbury Shepard, graduated from Yale in 1879 and worked as a physician before dying young in 1882. Mary Woodbury, Edward's second child with Mary Woodbury Shepard, married Ansley Chesley Stevens of San Francisco and with whom she settled in California. Dr. Thomas Shepard, Edward's third and last child with Mary, graduated from Yale University in 1883, and worked as a physician in New York City. In 1896, he married Jean Ponton Hamilton (1869-1924). Alice Harriet Southworth, Edward's only child with his third wife Harriet, lived most of her adult life with her partner, Anna B. Jenks (1865-1942), the daughter of William Flint and Eliza Jenks.

Generation V: Children of George C. S. Southworth and Thomas Southworth

George's oldest child, Mary, married Herbert Williams, with whom she had a child, Albert Frith (1942-). George's second child, Constant, served in World War I in Italy and Montenegro and later worked as an attorney before taking his own life in 1927. He never married. George's third child, Rufus, married Alice Williams, with whom he had children: Edward (1907-2002) and Elizabeth Ann "Liebe" (1907-1999), who married Howard Corning (1905-1984). With Howard, she had children: Alison Clarke, Elizabeth Laslett, and Dr. Howard Burt (d. 2005). George's second oldest daughter, Elisabeth, married John Smith Harrison, with whom she had children: William Ogden (1909-1909); Ada Deane (b. 1910); Thurston (1912-); Edward Woodberry (1914-); Virginia (1919-1919); and Thomas (1920-).

George's third son, Melvin Deane, married Mayotta Dickinson, the granddaughter of Edward Alexander Dickinson (1813-1880) and Sarah Maria Fletcher (1821-1862). Mayotta was the first child of Dr. Dwight Dickinson (1847-1930) and Sylvia Elana "Sea" Browne (1859-1900). In May 1906, Mayotta married Lt. Arthur G. Caffee. Arthur was the son of Col. William King (1856-1923) and Anna Belle Wilkins Caffee (1860-1911), who had married in 1878. In 1910, Arthur Caffee was killed in a naval accident, the precise cause of which was never determined. With Arthur, Mayotta had children: Patty (1908-2001), who married John Samuel Thomas (d. 1982), and Elizabeth "Betty" June (1911-2006), who married Phelps Brown. Melvin and Mayotta had one child: Mayotta (1922-2010).

George's fourth son, Edward, married Virginia Sprague, with whom he had Ann (1916-), Virginia (1918-), Helen Sprague, and Edward, Jr. (1924-). George's fifth son, George Shepard married Sue Flickinger Williams in 1909 and had children with her: Constant Williams (1910-); Robert K. (1912-); Sarah Jane (1914-), and George S., Jr. (1921-). George's youngest son, John Deane, married Louise Hendee, with whom he had children: John D., Jr. (1928-), Robert Thomas (1932), and Kenneth Shepard (1933-).

Dr. David Hamilton Southworth (though he never went by the name David), the only son of Dr. Thomas Southworth, married Katharine R. Jones, with whom he had children: Hamilton, Jr.; Thomas, Katharine S., and Jean S.

Generation VI: Children of Melvin and Mayotta Southworth

Melvin and Mayotta's daughter, Mayotta, attended Smith College, graduating in 1944. That same year, she married Edmund Hopkinson Kendrick. She was responsible for collecting many of the Southworth Family's papers and genealogical information.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

This collection consists of 78.5 linear feet (157 boxes) of material, including letters, diaries, autobiographical writings, and financial papers of the Southworth and Dickinson families of Springfield, Massachusetts, as well as the related Shepard, Boltwood, Thurston, Caffee, Deane, and Browne families. The papers document several generations of middle- and upper-class families residing in Massachusetts, Ohio, North Carolina, Maine, New York, and California.

The nineteenth century papers discuss such pivotal events in American history as the abolitionist movement and the Civil War. There are also significant items concerning the events surrounding the Spanish-American War and World War I. The papers are also notable for description of trips to the Caribbean, Latin America, Asia, and the South Pacific. Family members also discuss European travels to England, Italy, France, Germany, and the Middle-East.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

The Papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection without any additional restrictions.

Restrictions on use:

The Sophia Smith Collection owns copyright to unpublished works by family members in this collection. Copyright to materials authored by others may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. Permission must be obtained to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use." 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:

Southworth-Dickinson Family Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

History of the Collection

Mayotta S. Kendrick began donating her family's papers to the Sophia Smith Collection in 1999. Additional materials were donated by Edmund H. and Melvin S. Kendrick, and Deborah H. Weeter.

Accruals:

Periodic additions to the collection are expected and may not be reflected in this finding aid.

Processing Information

Processed by Colin Woodward, 2011.


Additional Information
Contact Information
Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA 01063

Phone: (413) 585-2970
Fax: (413) 585-2886

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Language
English
Bibliography

Those interested in the Southworth, Dickinson, and related families are urged to consult Brown Thurston, Thurston Genealogies (Portland, Me., 1892); Mayotta Southworth Kendrick, The Southworth Family: 100 Summers on Deer Isle, 1885-1985; George C. S. Southworth, Descendants of Constant Southworth (Salem, Ohio, 1897); A Farm in the Firelands of Ohio: Memories of the Post-Civil War Period by Dayton A. Williams (Cleveland Heights, Ohio, 2004), which has letters of Edward Southworth; and the Charles Upham Shepard Papers at Amherst College.

Sponsor
Processing of this collection was made possible by the generous support of members and friends of the Southworth, Dickinson and Browne families.

Series Descriptions


This series contains six subseries: Generation 1, Generation 2, Generation 3, Generation 4, Generation 5, and Generation 6. The series begins with the memoir of Constant Southworth, continues with the eldest members of the Southworth line represented in this collection, Dr. Abiah Southworth, and continues into the 21st century. Generation 2 and 3 include members of the related Shepard, Boltwood, Thurston, and Terry families.

Among those represented in Generation 3 is Rev. George Champlin Shepard, who, in a letter of January 1833, discusses the anti-slavery movement. Among the papers of Anne E. Shepard, Edward Southworth's first wife, is a letter of 18 [?] January 1837 from her cousin Hannah, discussing the Grimke sisters and abolition.

Much of Edward Southworth's correspondence concerns personal financial matters as well as operations at the company. Of interest is a letter of 27 December 1844 to Edward (addressed as "My Kind Master") from a woman named Fanny, apparently an African American cook, who worked for a family in Charleston, S.C. In the letter, Fanny discusses her son's bad behavior and her religious beliefs. Other correspondence of interest includes a letter of 8 August 1861, from the offices of A.S. Barnes & Burr, mentioning Edward Southworth's optimism concerning the northern war effort despite the recent Union defeat at the battle of Bull Run. C. W. Chester discusses a husband's abusive, homicidal behavior, 11 May 1860. A letter of 5 May 1865 from Martha Southworth Curtis concerns the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. A letter of 26 February 1866, also from Curtis, mentions an African American woman learning to read and write. A letter of 26 October 1864 from J. M. Geery, writes of the "aid of indigent students" at Amherst College. And a letter from E. Hitchcock, 22 February 1866, concerns his desire to buy artifacts that once belonged to Connecticut Valley Native Americans.

Also included in Edward's correspondence are letters from B. A. Perry, concerning the Port Hudson and Charleston campaigns of 1863, the poor conditions for Union soldiers on the boat ride north, and the hiring of a substitute for his son; letter of 4 June 1864 from Henry A. Phelan discussing the death of Ensign Charles Ringot in a naval engagement in Virginia; letter from Edward Southworth to son George, then at Phillips Academy, concerning his trip out west and mining; letter of 21 October 1858 discussing life at Phillips Academy; letter of 14 July 1864 from George concerning Edward's warning that George not attend horse races in Worcester, Mass; letters from Edward's son Mase, 1868-69, discussing his studies in Gottingen, Germany, a possible war between Germany and France, Blue Laws in the United States, the election of Ulysses S. Grant, and the differences between education in America and Germany.

Generation 3 also contains the correspondence of Harriet Anne Thurston Deane, Edward's second wife. Letters of interest include those from Elisabeth Shepard Southworth Harrison concerning her trip to Italy in 1905; a letter [1861?] from Elizabeth Philbrook, discussing women and teaching; and letters from daughter Alice Southworth concerning her visit to Germany.

Correspondence between Harriet and her stepson George includes discussion of George's trips to Germany in 1869 and 1901, Harriet's journey to Italy in 1874, life in Salem, Ohio (7 February 1895), and the New York subway system and political unrest in Ireland, 1903. Letters from stepsons Mase and Tom concern Mase's studies in Germany, 1868, and Tom's schooling at Phillips Academy and in Gottingen, Germany.

Also included among Harriet's correspondence are hundreds of letters between her and her stepson Dr. Thomas Southworth concerning his work in various hospitals in New York City and elsewhere. A letter of 16 February 1891 from Harriet to Tom discusses Native American rights. A letter of 30 June 1901 from Harriet describes her camping experience at Robe's Mountain, Kentucky. Letters from niece Mary Southworth Williams include items written while she was a Smith College student in the 1890s and later a teacher at Kenyon College in Ohio.

Harriet's correspondence also includes many letters from the Thurston family. A letter from father Rev. David Thurston to Harriet, 19 March 1863, discusses the Emancipation Proclamation and northern "wickedness." Letters from brother Samuel describe his experiences serving in a Maine artillery unit during the Civil War, including discussion of command changes in the Army of the Potomac, the destruction of the Virginia countryside during campaigning, the enlistment of Virginia Unionists into the northern army, and the profanity and "wickedness" in the ranks.

Generation 4 chiefly consists of the letters of Edward Southworth's children: George, Thomas, and Alice. Among George's correspondence are letters from Rev. Henry Blodget, 1 November 1871, discussing missionary work in China; letters from Thomas K. Boltwood concerning George's election to the Massachusetts legislature; letter of 14 July 1870 from brother Mase mentioning George's engagement to Ada; letter of 6 May 1871 from Mase concerning the popularity of baseball in Germany; letter of 8 November 1898 from Tom discussing the Spanish-American War; and letter of 3 February 1873 from William Taylor mentioning the extremely cold weather in western Massachusetts.

Among the papers of Ada Deane Southworth are letters from Anna Jenks, discussing Anna's trip to England, 1928, and a letter from son Melvin written from a tuberculosis sanitarium, 1918.

Included in the papers of Dr. Thomas Southworth are frequent letters between him and his stepsister Alice as well as letters from Tom's son, Hamilton, discussing life at Groton School in Groton, Mass.

The papers of Alice Southworth contain letters between her and her life partner, Anna Jenks, mostly discussing family news. After Anna's death in the 1940s, Alice lived with niece Ruth Doris Swett. Alice's correspondence includes a letter of 14 January 1957 from Betsy Corning, a student at Smith College; a letter of 23 January 1945 from Thurston Harrison discussing his landing with American troops in the Philippines and his impressions of Filipinos; a letter to Hattie Peabody, 23 February 1903, describing Alice's trip to Bermuda with Anna Jenks; a letter of November 1918 from Harriet Philbrook discussing World War I and the flu pandemic; a letter from Alice F. Southworth, October 1917, discussing her husband Rufus' enlistment in the army; a letter of 23 February 1910 from nephew and attorney Constant Southworth concerning heirs to Edward Southworth's estate and family claims to property in Duluth, Minn.; and a letter of February 1931 from Edward Southworth (b. 1907), describing Detroit, Mich. Letters from George Shepard Southworth include items written while he was a student at Kenyon College.

Also included are letters from nephew Hamilton Southworth concerning his trip to Austria, his boat ride back to the U.S. in 1932, and the death of his father, Thomas; letters from John D. Southworth discussing his service with the American expeditionary forces during World War I; letters from Mayotta Dickinson Southworth concerning the death of Constant Southworth in 1927 and Mayotta's trip to Venezuela; letters from Rufus Southworth written while he was a medical officer during World War I; a letter from Clara Thurston, 1 March 1884, discussing life in Charleston, S.C.; letters from Mary Southworth Williams including items written from Smith College, Southern Pines, N.C., and after a trip to Richmond, Va.

The papers of Anna Jenks contain items discussing her trip to Europe in 1899 and the Middle-East, including visits to Cairo, Jerusalem, and Syria in 1900; her visit to Hawaii in 1922; her trip to Algiers in 1924; and her impression of Arabs.

Generation 5 chiefly consists of the papers of George C. S. Southworth's children. Three of his sons served in the military during World War I. This series, especially the papers of Constant Southworth, contains numerous, letters, diary entries, and writings concerning American involvement in the war in Europe, including the campaigns in Italy and Montenegro. Generation 6 contains correspondence and other items concerning Southworth Family history and genealogy collected by Mayotta Southworth Kendrick.

(1899-1947)


This series consists of bound letterbooks containing items collected under the heading "The Chronicle." These volumes include numerous letters and scrapbook materials-such as postcards, photographs, and newspaper clippings -- chiefly from Edward Southworth's children, written to their parents and other family members. Letters discuss trips to Europe as well as family news and major events in American history. "The Chronicle" for 1934, for example, includes Melvin's criticisms of the National Recovery Administration (NRA) and his conservative views on the Roosevelt administrations' involvement in the economy.



This series is divided into thee subseries, Generation 1, Generation 2, and Generation 3. This series chiefly contains the papers of Edward Dickinson, his son Dr. Dwight Dickinson, and Edward's granddaughter Mayotta. Among Edwards' letters are numerous items from his son Dwight, a naval surgeon, written during Dwight's voyages to the Caribbean, South America, and Japan in the 1860 and 70s. Also among Dwight's papers are his numerous diaries spanning the late nineteenth and early twentieth century as well as correspondence, including discussion of his father's death in 1880 and letters from brother and banker Edward F. Dickinson discussing the violence of football, 1896; the explosion of the battleship Maine and possible war with Spain, February 1898; Edward's diet and his distrust of doctors 1898; and his opinion of Teddy Roosevelt, October 1898.

Dwight's correspondence also contains many letters between him and his wife Syria Elana "Sea" Browne, discussing their engagement and wedding and Dwight's work with the navy, including descriptions of Cuba, 1870, and Costa Rica, 1880. Letters from Dwight's son Spencer concern his desire for a new "wheel" [bicycle], 1898; his experiences at Harvard Engineer Camp at Squam Lake, N.H.; and his trip to Nome, Alaska, 1906, while in the navy.

Mayotta's Dickinson's papers include substantial correspondence between her and her first husband, Arthur, who was writing to her while away at sea. An undated letter of 21 July from Mayotta discusses family picnics at Deer Isle, Me.



This series mostly consists of the correspondence of Lucy Mitchell Browne and her children. Included in Lucy's correspondence are letters of 1894 from son J. Mitchell Browne, writing from California, discussing the death of "Lupy," a Native American who died from consumption; railroad strikes; and the "modern young woman." A letter from Nina to Lucy mentions the Keeley treatment for a family member's alcohol abuse. Correspondence between Lucy and daughter Sylvia discusses Sylvia's marriage to Dwight Dickinson, herbal medicine, worker strikes, and Lucy's trip to Deer Isle, Maine, with Joseph Fremont Banks. A letter from Lucy Mitchell Browne to Lucy Serena (Croghan) Browne describes a typhoid outbreak in Oakland, Calif., 1893; and a letter from Spencer Browne to Spencer Dickinson discusses (with illustrations) amusement park rides, 1894.



This series chiefly contains the papers of Rebecca Dennis (Padelford) Deane, her son Melvin, and Melvin's son, John Gilmore. Letters from Rebecca to Melvin discuss family news and include frequent admonitions against Melvin eating poor food and not leading a religious life. John Gilmore Deane's correspondence chiefly concerns his service in the 6th Maine battery as a lieutenant during the Civil War, including description of camp life in the Army of the Potomac and John's participation in the major battles in the East. Letters mention John passing by Robert E. Lee's house in [October?] 1862, conscription in the North, 1863, and the siege at Petersburg, 1864. Also included are two letters not written by John, one from an unknown Confederate soldier writing from Tennessee, 1863, and a letter from a soldier apparently from the 35th U.S. Colored Troops, writing in December 1865 from South Carolina and mentioning "old master."



This series chiefly contains incoming correspondence from various individuals and paper manufacturers to company founders Wells, his brother Edward, and their cousin John H. Southworth. Also included are many loose financial items, account books, and ledgers concerning daily operation of the company. Correspondence mostly concerns routine financial matters, but also includes discussion of larger political and economic events, such as a letter of 13 February 1844 mentioning the possible election of Henry Clay to the presidency. Also included, in items from 1862-65, is a report on how the Civil War was affecting the paper industry.

Post-Civil War papers include items about the company as well as correspondence between family members concerning individual financial and estate issues and the Southworth family's claim to lands in Michigan.



This series contains miscellaneous correspondence written by and to non-family members, genealogical information, and an unidentified family scrapbook.

Contents List
SERIES I. SOUTHWORTH FAMILY



Generation 1: Constant Southworth (b. 1730) memoir, typescript and copy of original,
n.d.

Box 1: folder 1
Generation 2



Keziah Boltwood Southworth: letter,
1828

Box 1: folder 2
Rev. David Thurston



Correspondence,
1845-64, n.d.

Box 1: folder 3-7
Sermons


Box 1: folder 8
Memorials,
1865

Box 1: folder 9
Prudence Brown Thurston: correspondence,
1865-66

Box 1: folder 10
Deborah Haskins Shepard



Correspondence,
1836-38

Box 1: folder 11-12
Portrait


Box 1: folder 13
Generation 3



Hannah Shepard Terry



Correspondence,
1818-62, n.d.

Box 2: folder 1-5
Photographs


Box 2: folder 6
Thomas Shepard



Correspondence,
1845-77

Box 2: folder 7-9
Portrait


Box 2: folder 10
Rufus Southworth


Box 2: folder 11
Mary Shepard



Correspondence,
1828-63, n.d.

Box 3: folder 1-3
Photographs


Box 3: folder 4
George Champlin Shepard



Correspondence,
1828-61

Box 3: folder 5-6
Photographs


Box 3: folder 7
Will


Box 3: folder 8
Charles Upham Shepard



Correspondence,
1828-80, n.d.

Box 3: folder 9-10
Miscellaneous writings


Box 3: folder 11
Photograph


Box 3: folder 12
Lucius Boltwood: correspondence and biographical sketches


Box 3: folder 13
Fanny Haskins Boltwood: correspondence and photograph


Box 3: folder 14
Mary Southworth: correspondence,
1850-61, n.d.

Box 3: folder 15
Wells Southworth: correspondence


Box 4: folder 1
Edward Southworth



Biographical materials


Box 4: folder 2-3
Correspondence



A - Butler


Box 4: folder 4-11
C - L


Box 5: folder 1-9
M - Southworth, George C. S.,
1857-59

Box 6: folder 1-19
Southworth, G. C., 1860-69; Southworth, Mary W., 1858
1858-69

Box 7: folder 1-14
Southworth, Mary W.,
1860-61

Box 8: folder 1-3
Southworth, Mase


Box 8: folder 4-10
Unsigned and undated correspondence


Box 8: folder 11
Letters of condolence,re: death of Edward Southworth
1869-70

Box 8: folder 12-13
Memorials


Box 8: folder 14
Legal and financial materials



Miscellaneous items,
1845-63

Box 9: folder 1-12
Miscellaneous items,
1864-69, n.d.

Box 10: folder 1-11
Stock certificates


Box 11: folder 1
Deeds and mortgages


Box 11: folder 2
Andover Seminary Endowment


Box 11: folder 3
De Forest Estate


Box 11: folder 4
Thomas A. Perry Estate


Box 11: folder 5-7
Account books



1829-34

Box 11: folder 8-9
1832-66

Box 12: folder 1-5
Estate papers



Miscellaneous items,
1870-82, n.d.

Box 13-14
Account books


Box 15-16
Ledgers


Box 17
Miscellaneous Items



Political writings and publications


Box 18: folder 1-2
Sermons saved by Edward Southworth


Box 18: folder 3
Advertisements


Box 18: folder 4
Anne E. Shepard Southworth



Correspondence,
1820-47, n.d.

Box 18: folder 5-7
School notebooks,
1823-27

Box 18: folder 8
Mary W. Shepard Southworth



Journal,
1838-45

Box 18: folder 9
Diary,
1843

Box 18: folder 10
Correspondence


Box 18: folder 11
Financial items


Box 18: folder 12
Autograph book


Box 18: folder 13
Photographs and miscellaneous items


Box 18: folder 14
Harriet Anne Thurston Deane Southworth



Diary and booklets,
1892

Box 19: folder 1
Travel diary,
1901

Box 19: folder 2
Correspondence



A - Philbrook, Elisabeth,
1841-54

Box 19: folder 3-20
Philbrook, Elisabeth,
1855-68, n.d.

Box 20: folder 1
Philbrook, Ella - Southworth, Ada,
1897-99

Box 20: folder 2-14
Ada Southworth,
1900-34, n.d.

Box 21: folder 1-4
Alice Southworth,
1872-1902, n.d.

Box 21: folder 5-12
Southworth, Alice - Southworth, John D.
1903-08, n.d.

Box 22: folder 1-19
Mase Southworth


Box 23: folder 1
Melvin Deane Southworth


Box 23: folder 2
Rufus Southworth


Box 23: folder 3
Thomas Southworth



1876-86

Box 23: folder 4-10
1887-89, n.d.

Box 24: folder 1-8
1890 - Jun 1892

Box 25: folder 1-5
Jul 1892 - Dec 1894

Box 26: folder 1-5
1895 - Jun 1899

Box 27: folder 1-9
Jul 1899 - 1922, n.d.

Box 28: folder 1-9
Virginia Sprague Southworth


Box 28: folder 10
Sperry - W


Box 29: folder 1-13
Unknown correspondents


Box 29: folder 14
Letters from Europe to unknown correspondents,
1899

Box 29: folder 15
Financial materials



Receipts,
1869-1905

Box 30: folder 1-2
Account books



1874-1893

Box 30: folder 3-10
1882-1891

Box 30A: folder 1-6
1898-1907

Box 31: folder 1
Estate papers


Box 31: folder 2-6
Legal papers


Box 31: folder 7
Album,
1844

Box 31: folder 8
Religious writings by Harriet,
1848-63

Box 32: folder 1
Loose scrapbook items


Box 32: folder 2
Miscellaneous items


Box 32: folder 3
Generation 4



George C. S. Southworth



Biographical information


Box 32: folder 4
Diary,
1870

Box 32: folder 5
Correspondence



A - Boltwood, Thomas K.


Box 32: folder 6-10
Boltwood, Tillie - G


Box 33: folder 1-11
H - P


Box 34: folder 1-8
R - Southworth, Horatio W.


Box 35: folder 1-10
Southworth, Jean H. - Southworth, Tom,
1897-98

Box 36: folder 1-14
Southworth, Tom,
1899 - Y

Box 37: folder 1-9
Unsigned, undated, and unknown


Box 37: folder 10
Letter book,
1870

Box 38: folder 1
Outgoing letters record book,
1873-75

Box 38: folder 2
Plans for house alterations


Box 38: folder 3
Misc. writings by George, including A Footprint of Forty-Four, about an enslaved African American


Box 38: folder 4-6
Financial materials



Miscellaneous items



1859-70

Box 38: folder 7-8
1871-1906, n.d.

Box 39: folder 1-8
1907-17

Box 40: folder 1
Account books,
1870-76

Box 40: folder 2-3
Michigan lands information


Box 40: folder 4
Estate information,
1918-19

Box 40: folder 5
Ada Southworth



Correspondence



H - J


Box 40: folder 6
Alice Southworth,
1872-1906

Box 40: folder 7-9
Southworth, Alice - Williams
1907-19

Box 41: folder 1-6
Unidentified


Box 41: folder 7
Miscellaneous writings


Box 41: folder 8
Financial and legal materials



Miscellaneous items,
1869-1903, n.d.

Box 41: folder 9-12
Miscellaneous items,
1904-08, n.d.

Box 42: folder 1-9
Account books,
1874-94

Box 43: folder 1-10
Account books,
1890-1904

Box 44: folder 1-10
Legal papers,
1926-27

Box 45: folder 1
Estate papers


Box 45: folder 2-6
Mase Southworth



Correspondence and other items


Box 45: folder 7
Account book,
1878

Box 45: folder 8
Dr. Edward Southworth



Correspondence and financial items


Box 46: folder 1
Photographs of Italy


Box 46: folder 2
Letters of condolence re: death of Edward,
1882

Box 46: folder 3
Mary Southworth Stevens



Correspondence,
1874-1941, n.d.

Box 46: folder 4-6
Miscellaneous financial items,
1870-83

Box 46: folder 7-8
Dr. Thomas Southworth



Biographical information


Box 46: folder 9
Correspondence



Alice Southworth



1875-1910, n.d.

Box 46: folder 10-11
1911-40, n.d.

Box 47: folder 1-7
Hamilton Southworth,
1921-39, n.d.

Box 47: folder 8-12
Miscellaneous


Box 47: folder 13
Financial



Miscellaneous items,
1868-77

Box 47: folder 14
Miscellaneous items,
1878-82

Box 48: folder 1-2
Account books


Box 48: folder 3-4
Photographs


Box 48: folder 5
Jean Hamilton Southworth



Correspondence with Hamilton Southworth



1920-22, n.d.

Box 48: folder 6-8
1923-25, n.d.

Box 49: folder 1-4
Receipt,
1883

Box 49: folder 5
Alice Southworth



Diaries



1878-27 Sep 1886

Box 49: folder 6-10
1887-1944

Box 50: folder 1-8
Correspondence



A - B


Box 50: folder 9-10
C - Harrison, Edward


Box 51: folder 1-14
Harrison, Elizabeth - J


Box 52: folder 1-15
K - Southworth, Constant


Box 53: folder 1-14
Southworth, Rev. Constant W. - Southworth, Mary V. M


Box 54: folder 1-20
Southworth, Mayotta - V


Box 55: folder 1-16
W - undated


Box 56: folder 1-6
Letters to "The Chronicle"


Box 56: folder 7
Letters concerning Kenneth Alcott,
1900-01

Box 56: folder 8
Travel letters,
1899-1900

Box 56: folder 9
Financial materials



Miscellaneous items


Box 56: folder 10-11
Account books



1874-1912

Box 56A: folder 1-5
1945-53

Box 56B: folder 1-7
1945-54

Box 57: folder 1-2
Estate papers


Box 57: folder 3-9
Estate papers


Box 58: folder 1-6
Miscellaneous hand-written writings


Box 58: folder 7-8
Travel writings



Europe trip,
1900

Box 58: folder 9
Hawaii trip,
1921-22


Notes and writings, including notes on Calif.


Box 59: folder 1
Journal


Box 59: folder 2
Brochures and pamphlets


Box 59: folder 3
Photographs and postcards


Box 59: folder 4-5
Seashells


Box 60: folder 1
Souvenirs and miscellaneous


Box 60: folder 2-5
Passport and visas


Box 60: folder 6
Sketchbook,
n.d.

Box 60: folder 7
Notebook,
1895

Box 60: folder 8
Notebook,
1932

Box 61: folder 1
Address book,
1888

Box 61: folder 2
Deer Isle mailing addresses


Box 61: folder 3
Personal calendar,
1951

Box 61: folder 4
Southworth Weekly News,
1889

Box 61: folder 5
Religious writings and publications kept by Alice,
1835-1911

Box 61: folder 6
Miscellaneous writings and publications kept by Alice


Box 61: folder 7
Miscellaneous drawings kept by Alice


Box 61: folder 8
Collection of quotations, compiled by Linda Fitch


Box 61: folder 9
Newspaper clippings


Box 61: folder 10
Miscellaneous advertisements


Box 61: folder 11
Photographs of Alice


Box 61: folder 12
Miscellaneous photographs


Box 61: folder 13
Wallet and lace sample


Box 61: folder 14
Anna Jenks



Correspondence



1883-1897

Box 62: folder 1
From Europe
1899-1900

Box 62: folder 2-3
1901-1942, n.d.

Box 62: folder 4-9
Concerning Kenneth Alcott,
n.d.

Box 62: folder 10
Anna to Carrie Jenks,
n.d.

Box 62: folder 11
Miscellaneous letters to Anna Jenks,
n.d.

Box 62: folder 12
Letters written by Anna Jenks,
n.d.

Box 62: folder 13
Legal and financial materials,
1936-41

Box 63: folder 1
Obituaries for friends of Anna and Alice


Box 63: folder 2
Wellesley College book,
1875

Box 63: folder 3
Address book


Box 63: folder 4
House specifications, Winter Park, FL,
1940

Box 63: folder 5
Drawings,
n.d.

Box 63: folder 6
Photographs


Box 63: folder 7
Jenks Family: miscellaneous



Florence Jenks drawing book


Box 63: folder 8
Student science sketchbook


Box 63: folder 9
Southern Pines, NC, information


Box 63: folder 10
Family photographs


Box 63: folder 11
Generation 5



Mary Southworth Williams



Biographical information


Box 63: folder 12
Correspondence and other papers


Box 63: folder 13
Financial and estate papers


Box 63: folder 14-16
Photographs


Box 63: folder 17
Constant Southworth



Biographical information


Box 64: folder 1
Camp book,
1892-94

Box 64: folder 2
Correspondence,
1895-1924

Box 64: folder 3-5
World War I materials



Diary,
1917-19

Box 64: folder 6
Correspondence,
1916-19

Box 64: folder 7-9
Training camp booklets and memoranda


Box 64: folder 10
Loose scrapbook pages


Box 64: folder 11-15
Loose scrapbook pages


Box 65: folder 1-4
Bound books of photographs, 332nd Infantry Regiment


Box 65: folder 6
Photographs matted on paper


Box 66: folder 1-4
Loose photographs


Box 66: folder 5-7
Oversize photographs


Box 66: folder 8
Rolled-up panoramic photographs, 332nd Regiment


Box 67: folder 1-5
Negatives


Box 68: folder 1
Postcards


Box 68: folder 2
Writings by Constant Southworth


Box 68 Box 3-4
Writings kept by Constant


Box 68: folder 5-9
Badges and medals


Box 69: folder 1
Childhood writings


Box 69: folder 2
Kenyon College papers


Box 69: folder 3
Miscellaneous writings by Constant, including items concerning Woodrow Wilson, U.S. foreign policy, lynching, and divorce


Box 69: folder 4-5
Miscellaneous poetry kept by Constant


Box 69: folder 6
Death and memorials


Box 70: folder 1-3
Estate papers


Box 70: folder 4
Masonic certificate and medals


Box 70: folder 5
Oversize legal certificates


Box 70: folder 6
Wallets


Box 70: folder 7
Rufus Southworth



World War I diary: typed carbon copy


Box 71: folder 1
World War I letters: typed carbon copies


Box 71: folder 2
Letters from the ship The Yankee, typed carbons
1933-34

Box 71: folder 3
Letters from Pitcairn Island, typed carbons
1937

Box 71: folder 4
Correspondence,
1939-40

Box 71: folder 5
Photographs


Box 71: folder 6
Elizabeth Shepard Southworth Harrison



Correspondence


Box 71: folder 7
Photographs


Box 71: folder 8-9
Melvin Deane Southworth



Biographical information


Box 72: folder 1
Correspondence,
1901-67

Box 72: folder 2-8
Travel log,
1933

Box 72: folder 9
Account book,
1903-25

Box 72: folder 10
Miscellaneous financial items


Box 72: folder 11
Ruth Doris Swett Estate (Melvin Southworth executor)


Box 73: folder 1
Miscellaneous writings kept by Melvin


Box 73: folder 2
Memberships, associations, and professional information


Box 73: folder 3
Reality Club papers


Box 73: folder 4
Loose scrapbook pages,
1900s-1960s, n.d.

Box 73: folder 5-11
Bound scrapbooks



1907-09

Box 73: folder 12
1946-47

Box 74: folder 1
Pamphlets, programs, and souvenirs


Box 74: folder 2
Memorials


Box 74: folder 3
Estate


Box 74: folder 4
Photographs


Box 74: folder 5
Wallet


Box 74: folder 6
Edward and Virginia Sprague Southworth


Box 74: folder 7
George S. Southworth



Correspondence


Box 74: folder 8
Writings on Mexico trip, 1959,and Hawaii trip, 1962
1959, 1962

Box 74: folder 9
Memoirs,
n.d.

Box 74: folder 10
Photographs


Box 74: folder 11
Sue F. Williams Southworth: correspondence


Box 75: folder 1
John D. Southworth



Biographical information


Box 75: folder 2
World War I materials



Diary: typed carbon copy


Box 75: folder 3
Letters: typed carbon copies


Box 75: folder 4
Miscellaneous correspondence


Box 75: folder 5
Miscellaneous correspondence,
1923-45

Box 75: folder 6
Generation 6



Dr. Hamilton Southworth



Childhood writings


Box 75: folder 7
Correspondence and other papers


Box 75: folder 8
School records


Box 75: folder 9
Photographs and negatives


Box 75: folder 10
Edward Southworth (1907-2001): memorials


Box 76: folder 1
Elizabeth Southworth Corning


Box 76: folder 2
Constant W. Southworth


Box 76: folder 3
Edward Woodberry Southworth


Box 76: folder 4
Ann Southworth Frost


Box 76: folder 5
Virginia Southworth Warner


Box 76: folder 6
Helen Southworth Atwood


Box 76: folder 7
Mayotta Southworth Kendrick


Box 76: folder 8-12
Edmund H. Kendrick


Box 76: folder 13
Howard Corning: obituary


Box 76: folder 14
SERIES II. "THE CHRONICLE"



Constant Southworth letters from Europe,
1899-1900

Box 77
Family letters,
1908

Box 78
Constant Southworth letters from Alaska,
1909

Box 79
Melvin Deane Southworth letters from Europe,
1909-10

Box 80
Family letters and papers



1909

Box 81
1910

Box 82
1911

Box 83
1912

Box 84
1913

Box 85
1914

Box 86
1915

Box 87
1916

Box 88
1917

Box 89
1918

Box 90
1919

Box 91
1920-21

Box 92
1922-23

Box 93
1924-25

Box 94
1926-28

Box 95
1929-30

Box 96
1931-32

Box 97
1933-35

Box 98
Rufus Southworth letters, "Yankee World Cruise,"
1933-35

Box 99
Family letters



1936-37

Box 100
1938-39

Box 101
1940

Box 102
1941-47

Box 103
SERIES III: DICKINSON FAMILY



Generation 1



Edward A. Dickinson



Biographical information


Box 104: folder 1
Correspondence


Box 104: folder 2
Miscellaneous writings


Box 104: folder 3-6
Sarah Maria Fletcher Dickinson



Correspondence,
1843-62

Box 104: folder 7
Letter book,
circa 1836

Box 104: folder 8
Album: poems and messages from friends,
1837

Box 104: folder 9
Seminary [Mt. Holyoke College] papers,
1841-42

Box 104: folder 10
Miscellaneous writings,
1840-71, n.d.

Box 104: folder 11
Sarah Maria Dickinson memoir by Lucy Hawley,
n.d.

Box 104: folder 12
Generation 2



Dr. Dwight Dickinson



Biographical information,
1859-1970

Box 104: folder 13
Diaries



1866, 1878

Box 104: folder 14
1880-93

Box 105: folder 1-6
1894-1904

Box 106: folder 1-5
1905-13

Box 107: folder 1-6
1914-20

Box 108: folder 1-7
1921-25

Box 109: folder 1-5
1926-28

Box 110: folder 1-3
Correspondence



A - Dickinson, Edward F.,
1857-79

Box 110: folder 4-8
Edward F. Dickinson (b. 1849),
1880-99, n.d.

Box 111: folder 1-4
Edward F. Dickinson (b. 1890)


Box 111: folder 5
J. M. Dickinson


Box 111: folder 6
Syria "Sea" Dickinson



1881-86

Box 111: folder 7-12
1887 -
Jun 1894

Box 112: folder 1-12
Jul 1894-99, n.d.

Box 113: folder 1-12
Dickinson, Sarah - Z


Box 114: folder 1-6
Unsigned and undated


Box 114: folder 7
Naval papers


Box 114: folder 8-9
Miscellaneous writings


Box 114: folder 10
Sylvia Elana Browne Dickinson: correspondence,
1869-99, n.d.

Box 114: folder 11-13
Edward F. Dickinson


Box 114: folder 14
Sarah E. Dickinson



Diary,
1918-25

Box 115: folder 1
Correspondence,
1880-1926

Box 115: folder 2
Wellesley College materials



Miscellaneous papers and writings


Box 115: folder 3
Notebooks,
1878-83, n.d.

Box 115: folder 4-8
Yearbook,
1902

Box 115: folder 9
Illustrated booklet, "Reminiscences,"
n.d.

Box 116: folder 1
Miscellany


Box 116: folder 2
Obituaries


Box 116: folder 3
Photographs


Box 116: folder 4
Generation 3



Mayotta Dickinson Caffee Southworth



Biographical information


Box 116: folder 5
Diary,
1904-08

Box 116: folder 6
Correspondence



A - B


Box 116: folder 7
Arthur Caffee



1904 - Apr 1905

Box 116: folder 8-11
May - Dec 1905

Box 117: folder 1-8
Jan - Jun 1906

Box 118: folder 1-7
Sep 1906 - Apr 1908

Box 119: folder 1-10
May 1908 - Feb 1910

Box 120: folder 1-6
Mar 1910

Box 121: folder 1
n.d.

Box 121: folder 2-5
Miscellaneous items concerning Arthur Caffee


Box 121: folder 6
Corning - U


Box 121: folder 7-12
W - undated


Box 122: folder 1-3
School writings


Box 122: folder 4
Newspaper clippings kept by Mayotta


Box 122: folder 5
Notebook,
1929-66

Box 122: folder 6
Announcements


Box 122: folder 7
Photographs


Box 122: folder 8
Miscellaneous items


Box 122: folder 9
Arthur Caffee



Biographical materials


Box 122: folder 10
Correspondence and financial items,
1904-09, n.d.

Box 122: folder 11-13
Navy log,
1904-08

Box 123: folder 1
Spencer Dickinson: correspondence


Box 123: folder 2
Elizabeth Hamlin Young Dickinson: correspondence


Box 123: folder 3
Dwight Dickinson, Jr.: correspondence


Box 123: folder 4
Edward F. Dickinson correspondence


Box 123: folder 5
Miscellaneous Dickinson family items



Genealogical papers


Box 123: folder 6-10
Book of Psalms belonging to William Dickinson,
n.d.

Box 124: folder 1
Bound book of photographs


Box 124: folder 2
Photographs and negatives


Box 124: folder 3-6
Miscellaneous items


Box 124: folder 7
Stowe-Fletcher Family



Manassah Stow Journal, 1810: hand-copied, circa 1922
1922

Box 125: folder 1
Manassah Stow Journal, original and typescript copy
1825

Box 125: folder 2-3
Manassah Stow Journal,typescript copy
1827

Box 125: folder 4
John Stow


Box 125: folder 5
Adolphus Fletcher


Box 125: folder 6
Sarah Maria Stow Fletcher


Box 125: folder 7
Lucy Fletcher Hawley


Box 125: folder 8
The Garland,
1840-41

Box 125: folder 9
The Olio,
1848

Box 125: folder 10
The Telegram,
1840

Box 125: folder 11
Fletcher Family newspaper clippings


Box 125: folder 12
Scrapbook, containing Dickinson-Stowe Family items


Box 126
SERIES IV. BROWNE FAMILY



Correspondence



Lucy Mitchell Browne,
1882-98

Box 127: folder 1-9
Dottie Mitchell "Dart" Hoffman,
1878-95

Box 127: folder 10
Lucy Serena Croghan Browne,
1887-1906

Box 127: folder 11
Lucy Mayotta Browne Hoffman,
1893-98, n.d.

Box 127: folder 12
Nina Florence Browne Craven,
1882-98, n.d.

Box 127: folder 13
J. Mitchell Browne,
n.d.

Box 127: folder 14
John Dietrich Hoffman,
1892

Box 127: folder 15
Spencer Edward Dickinson,
1894-98

Box 127: folder 16
Charles Hoffman,
1893

Box 127: folder 17
Kate McDougal,
1893, n.d.

Box 127: folder 18
Kate B. Mix,
1897, n.d.

Box 127: folder 19
Unsigned and undated Browne family


Box 127: folder 20
Estate information



Elana Browne Bishop


Box 127: folder 21
Evelyn Browne Hoffman


Box 127: folder 22
Browne Family miscellany


Box 127: folder 23
J. Ross Browne materials


Box 127: folder 24-26
J. Ross Browne materials


Box 128: folder 1-6
Browne family photographs


Box 128: folder 7-8
Browne family photographs


Box 129: folder 1-10
SERIES V: DEANE FAMILY



John Deane


Box 130: folder 1
Rebecca to Melvin Deane correspondence,
1835-62, n.d.

Box 130: folder 2-12
Melvin G. Deane



Diary,
1847

Box 131: folder 1
Letters of introduction


Box 131: folder 2
Correspondence,
1835-53


A - M


Box 131: folder 3-14
N - W


Box 132: folder 1-3
Miscellaneous writings,
1830s

Box 132: folder 4
Sarah Edwards Shepard Deane letter,
n.d.

Box 132: folder 5
John G. Deane



Biographical materials,
n.d.

Box 132: folder 6
Clippings about 6th Maine Civil War battery,
n.d.

Box 132: folder 7
Diary,
1863

Box 132: folder 8
Correspondence,
1859-68, n.d.

Box 132: folder 9-20
Hymn book,
Jun 1863

Box 132: folder 21
SERIES VI. SOUTHWORTH MANUFACTURING RECORDS



Correspondence and miscellaneous financial records


Box 132
1839 - Jun 1842

Box 133: folder 1-15
Jul 1842 - Dec 1843

Box 134: folder 1-12
Jan - Oct 1844

Box 135: folder 1-9
Nov 1844 - Jun 1845

Box 136: folder 1-7
Jul 1845 - Jun 1846

Box 137: folder 1-7
Jul 1846 - Jul 1847

Box 138: folder 1-10
Aug 1847 - 1855

Box 139: folder 1-13
1856-74

Box 140: folder 1-11
1875-76

Box 141: folder 1-12
1887- Jun 1891, n.d.

Box 142: folder 1-8
Jul 1891 - 1899

Box 143: folder 1-10
1900-08

Box 144: folder 1-8
1909 - May 1913

Box 145: folder 1-9
Jun 1913 - 1914

Box 146: folder 1-8
1915-16

Box 147: folder 1-9
1917-23

Box 148: folder 1-12
1924-29

Box 149: folder 1-8
1930-41

Box 150: folder 1-2
Account books,
1839-69

Box 150: folder 3-6
Directors meetings minutes and company by-laws


Box 150: folder 7-8
The Southworth Story: The History of Southworth Company, 1839-1989 by Terry Spencer/Spencer Associates


Box 150: folder 9-10
Ledgers



1837-39

Box 151
1837-68

Box 152
1839-51

Box 153
1840-53

Box 154
SERIES VII. MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS



Correspondence, photographs, etc.


Box 155: folder 1-9
Genealogical information


Box 156: folder 1-12
Scrapbook


Box 157
Ivorytype of unidentified child: broken original in sink mat and disks of "digital treatment images"

[CLOSED. See Box 155, folder 6 for photographic reproduction. Digital image also available]



Box 158

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  • Abolitionists -- Massachusetts -- History -- 19th century -- Sources
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Contributors
  • Browne family
  • Caffee family
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  • Dickinson family
  • Dickinson, Dwight, 1847-1930
  • Jenks family
  • Shepard family
  • Southworth family
  • Southworth, Alice Harriet, 1868-1957
  • Southworth, Edward, 1804-1869
  • Southworth, George Champlin Shepard, 1842-1918
  • Southworth, Harriet Ann Thurston Deane, b. 1829
  • Southworth, Mayotta Dickinson Caffee, 1884-1979
  • Southworth, Thomas Shepard, 1861-1940
  • Terry family
  • Thurston family


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