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Hale Family Papers, 1787-1988
143 boxes, 51 volumes (61 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 71

Abstract:
Papers consist of biographical material, artwork, artifacts, correspondence, speeches, photographs, writings, and memorabilia created or kept by Hale Family members and their Everett, Beecher, Gilman, Hooker, Perkins, Stowe, and Westcott relatives. Primarily documents the households of Nathan, Sr., and Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale; Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) Hale; Ellen Day Hale; and Philip and Lilian (Westcott) Hale.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection.

Restrictions on use:

Copyright to material authored by Hale family members is owned by the Sophia Smith Collection. Copyright to materials created by others may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights. Permission must be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use." Questions about copyright should be directed to the Sophia Smith Collection staff.

Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA

Biographical Note

Note: Detailed biographical sketches of many Hale family members are available in standard reference works such as the American National Biography (ANB), Dictionary of American Biography (DAB), Dictionary of Literary Biography (DLB), and Notable American Women (NAW). Please consult these sources (as referenced below) for further information.

Hale Family group at Matunuck, 1890s [left to right: Emily (Perkins) Hale, Ellen Day Hale?,?, ?, Edward Everett Hale, Camilla (Conner) Hale?, Herbert Dudley Hale]

Hale Family group at Matunuck, 1890s [left to right: Emily (Perkins) Hale, Ellen Day Hale?,
?, ?, Edward Everett Hale, Camilla (Conner) Hale?, Herbert Dudley Hale]

Generation I: Enoch and Octavia (Throop) Hale

The Hale family as represented in this collection begins with the Rev. Enoch Hale (1753-1837) and his wife Octavia Throop (1754-1839). Enoch was born and raised in Coventry, Connecticut. He earned a degree from Yale in 1773 and taught while studying to be a preacher. He was the Congregational minister in rural Westhampton, Massachusetts, from 1778 until his death in 1837. From 1804 to 1824, Enoch was secretary of the General Association of Congregational Churches and Ministers of Massachusetts. He was also secretary of the Hampshire Missionary Society for a number of years. He was the brother of Nathan Hale (1755-76) who was hanged as a spy by the British.

Enoch married Octavia Throop in 1781. They had eight children: Sally, Nathan, Melissa, Octavia, Enoch (see DAB), Richard, Betsey, and Sybella. Of these, Nathan (1784-1863), here known as Nathan, Sr., is the best represented in the papers.

Generation II: Children of Enoch and Octavia (Throop) Hale

Nathan Hale, Sr. (1784-1863, see also DAB) was raised in Westhampton, Massachusetts, earned an A.B. from Williams College in 1804, and briefly taught mathematics at Phillips Exeter Academy. He moved to Boston, Massachusetts, in 1808 where he studied law privately and opened a law office around 1810. His career as a journalist began when he was asked to edit the Boston Weekly Messenger. In 1814 he purchased the Boston Daily Advertiser, the first daily newspaper in Boston. In 1816 he married Sarah Preston Everett. He was also a book publisher and experimental printer. Considered somewhat of a fanatic about railroads, Nathan, Sr., worked tirelessly to help establish the Boston and Worcester Rail Road and served as its first president from 1831 to 1849. He was also a civil engineer who served on the Boston Water Commission in the 1840s and early 1850s.

The Daily, as it was known by the Hales, was truly a family business with Nathan's spouse and children all contributing to its pages. It was Boston's first daily newspaper and one of the earliest American papers to regularly feature editorial articles. The family lived at the center of the Boston social and political scene in a series of houses near the Boston Common. The Daily offices generally occupied the ground floor and the family lived above. Nathan Hale retired from active control of the Daily in 1854. In 1857, financial losses connected with Nathan's involvement with the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company forced a move to a smaller house in Brookline. He died there in 1863.

Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale (1796-1866) was the daughter of Oliver Everett, minister of New South Church in Boston. After the death of her father when she was six, Sarah's brothers, editor and diplomat Alexander Hill Everett (see DAB) and clergyman and orator Edward Everett (see DAB), took charge of her education. In his book Memories of a Hundred Years, Sarah's son Edward Everett Hale wrote, "so little had schools to do with [her] education, that I cannot...name any of her school teachers." At age twelve, she was introduced by her brother Alexander to his friend and fellow teacher at Exeter Academy, Nathan Hale, Sr. They married in 1816. A regular contributor to her husband's newspaper the Boston Daily Advertiser, Sarah P.E. Hale wrote book reviews and was its French editor. Edward Everett Hale remembered "seeing his mother rock the cradle in which reposed his sister...while [Daniel] Webster and Judge Story dictated to her speeches that were to appear in her husband's paper." She also wrote juvenile biographies of Spanish explorers for the School Library and several other books and stories for children (Well Bred Girl, Well Bred Boy, Childs Token).

She and Nathan, Sr. had eleven children of whom four died in childhood, and two, Sarah and Alexander, died as young adults. According to their son Edward Everett Hale, Nathan, Sr., and Sarah "had decided and advanced views on education." In his memoir A New England Boyhood, Edward Everett Hale describes his father, Nathan, Sr., as "one of the best teachers I ever knew" and says his mother, Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale, "had a genius for education." "Their genius made home the happiest place of all with an infinite variety of amusements...almost everything wanted for purposes of manufacture or invention." Because of their father's position as editor of the Daily, the family received copies of most of the books published in America and tickets to most of the concerts, lectures, and events in Boston. All of this wealth of experience was made available to the children and this highly enriched home environment produced a truly remarkable brood. "To write a book for one of the Hales, was as natural as to breathe:…[they] were all authors by instinct," wrote Van Wyck Brooks in his The Flowering of New England, 1815-1865.

Generation III: Children of Nathan, Sr., and Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale

Nathan Sr., and Sarah Hale's children naturally divided into two groups by age. The older four, Sarah, Nathan, Jr., Lucretia, and Edward, known as "We Four," attended school together until the boys were old enough to go to Boston Latin School, and did many things as a unit.

Sarah Everett Hale (1817-51) was educated at Miss Susan Whitney's School and most probably joined her sister Lucretia at the schools of Elizabeth Peabody and George B. Emerson. She died in 1851 at age 34 after a long illness.

Nathan Hale, Jr. (1818-71) was educated at Miss Susan Whitney's School, continued to Boston Latin, and then to the newly founded English High School in 1829. He went on to Harvard College where he earned an A.B. in 1838, then studied law there, graduating in 1841. From 1842 to 1869 he carried on the family business as co-editor of the Daily and also edited Boston Miscellany. From 1869 until his death in 1871, he taught Mental and Moral Philosophy at Union College. He also edited Old and New with his brother Edward.

Lucretia Peabody Hale (1820-1900, see ANB, DAB, DLB, NAW) was educated at the schools of Susan Whitney, Elizabeth Peabody, and George B. Emerson where she earned the equivalent of a B.A. Like her sisters, Lucretia lived at home until their parents' deaths in the 1860s. Her first published work was a religious novel, Margaret Percival in America (1850), co-written with her brother Edward. As a response to the family's financial problems in the 1850s, Lucretia began writing for a variety of magazines, publishing stories and articles in the Atlantic Monthly, Good Housekeeping, Our Young Folks, and its successor St. Nicholas, as well as a novel Struggle for Life (1861), and two anthologies of devotional readings. Her most famous and popular creation was a set of stories about the Peterkins, a hapless family forced to turn to the wise "Lady from Philadelphia" for solutions to a variety of domestic mishaps. These stories were collected as The Peterkin Papers in 1880. Lucretia helped edit her brother Edward's journal Old and New and published a series of books on games (Faggots for the Fireside), sewing, and embroidery for children. In 1874 she was among the first women elected to the Boston School Committee, serving two terms in 1875 and 1876.

Edward Everett Hale (1822-1909, see ANB, DAB, DLB) went to Miss Susan Whitney's school with his brother and sisters beginning, at his request, at age two. He studied there until he could enter Boston Latin at age nine. From there he matriculated to Harvard College at age thirteen. After graduating in 1839, Edward taught Latin at Boston Latin then worked as legislative reporter for the Daily. He studied privately for the ministry and was licensed to preach in 1842. He was minister of the Congregationalist Church of the Unity in Worcester, Massachusetts, from 1846 to 1856, then moved to South Congregational Church in Boston where he was minister until 1899. He married Emily Baldwin Perkins in 1852.

Perhaps best known for the story "The Man Without a Country" (1863), Edward was a prolific writer with broad interests. He published works in a wide variety of genres from fiction to history to biography to memoir. Edward used his writings and the two magazines he founded, Old and New (1870-75) and Lend a Hand (1886-97), to advocate for a variety of causes including the abolition of slavery, religious tolerance, education reform, and positive social action. He was made chaplain of the U.S. Senate in 1903, a position he held until 1909.

Edward Everett Hale was the only one of Nathan, Sr. and Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale's children to marry. His wife was Emily Baldwin Perkins (1829-1914) of Hartford, Connecticut. She was the daughter of Thomas Clap Perkins and Mary Foote Beecher and niece of Catharine Beecher, Henry Ward Beecher, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Isabella Beecher Hooker.

The younger children of Nathan, Sr. and Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale, were known as the "Three Little Ones." Like "We Four," they did many things as a unit.

Alexander Hale (1829-50), known as "Elly," graduated from Harvard in 1848, then went to work as a civil engineer at the navy yard in Pensacola, Florida. He drowned there while attempting to rescue the crew of a ship in a storm on September 23, 1850.

Charles Hale (1831-82, see DAB) attended Boston Latin School and Harvard, graduating in 1850. He worked on-and-off at the Daily Advertiser between 1850 and 1865. In 1852 he founded Today: A Boston Literary Journal which failed after one year. In 1855 he was elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives and was chosen speaker in 1859. Ill health forced his resignation in 1861 and he spent much of the next few years traveling. Following the death of his friend William S. Thayer in 1864, Charles was offered Thayer's post, consul-general in Cairo, Egypt. During his years as consul-general, Charles maintained close ties with the Egyptian government and played an active role in the replacement of consular courts with the more professional and impartial mixed courts. From the time of his appointment, Charles was the subject of charges and suits brought by Francis Dainese, the man who had held the position of consul-general on a temporary basis before Charles. Though no allegations against him were proved, Dainese created enough controversy over the years that Charles was asked to resign in 1870.

After returning to the U.S. in 1871, Charles was elected to the Massachusetts Senate and in 1872 he became Assistant Secretary of State. Charles returned to Boston after two years and was again elected to the state House of Representatives in 1876 and 1877. Declining mental and physical health, probably the result of syphilis, led to his eventual institutionalization. He died in 1882.

Susan Hale (1833-1910, see ANB, DLB, NAW) was primarily educated at home by her mother and siblings. Susan lived at home until her parents' deaths in the 1860s. Like her sister Lucretia, Susan contributed to the family's resources beginning in the 1850s. She gave classes for children in the family's home and reviewed books for the Daily. After the death of their mother, she and Lucretia traveled abroad. In 1872, she studied painting in Paris and Weimar, Germany. Upon returning to Boston, she took rooms and gave classes in watercolor painting at the Boston Art Club. In addition to teaching, Susan wrote articles for Boston newspapers, including regular columns about art, artists, theater, her travels, and a sort of weekly report called "Susan Hale's Chit-Chat" for the Boston Globe in the 1880s. She also "developed a specialty" of editing literary collections published as fundraisers for a variety of causes.

A brilliant and delightful personality, Susan developed a very popular series of two-week courses on fiction in which she lectured about, and read from, a variety of eighteenth-century English novelists (many of them women). In the 1880s and 90s, she became a literary celebrity, traveling the country giving her courses for charity. In the 1880s, she collaborated with Edward Everett Hale on the Family Flight series of travel books for young readers. She also published Self-Instructive Lessons in Painting with Oil and Water-Colors (1885) and several other books. While winters were spent traveling, Susan settled into Edward's summer house in Matunuck, Rhode Island, as a permanent summer home beginning in 1885. Here she hosted a wide variety of guests making "a delightful mecca for her young friends." She died at Matunuck in 1910. A volume of her collected letters was published posthumously.

Generation IV: Children of Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) Hale

Edward and Emily had one daughter and eight sons of whom three (Alexander, Charles Alexander, and Henry Kidder) died in childhood. A fourth, Robert Beverly Hale, died as a young adult.

Ellen Day Hale (1854-1939, see ANB), known as "Nelly," was an artist and art teacher. As the unmarried only daughter and eldest child in a large family with an often-ill mother, Ellen Day Hale spent a good portion of her time in household duties and family responsibilities. Nevertheless, she pursued a career as a professional artist and traveled, studied, and exhibited extensively. Ellen's first art lessons were probably given by her aunt Susan Hale. As a young woman, Ellen studied in Boston with William Rimmer, William Morris Hunt, and Helen Knowlton. She opened a portrait studio in 1877, took private students, assisted Knowlton and Rimmer, and taught at private grammar schools. In the early 1880s, she studied in Paris with Emile Carolus-Duran, Jean-Jacques Henner, and at the Academie Julian with Bougereau and Tony Robert-Fleury.

Until the death of her father in 1909, Ellen's home-base was her parents' house in Roxbury, Massachusetts, though she spent extended periods traveling in Europe and all over the U.S. In 1883, on a visit to Philadelphia, Ellen met artist Gabrielle Clements, with whom Ellen made a home after the death of Emily Hale. In 1893, Clements bought a summer house in Folly Cove on Cape Ann, Massachusetts, an area popular among artists. Gabrielle, Ellen and their mothers spent a good portion of most summers at Folly Cove. At this popular summer colony Ellen and Gabrielle shared models and techniques with other artists staying nearby. Ellen Day Hale built her own house there in 1912. Ellen and Gabrielle traveled extensively, usually to Europe, in the winter and returned to Folly Cove each summer. They made art until they became too frail to continue. Ellen Day Hale died in a nursing home in Brookline, Massachusetts in 1939.

Arthur Hale (1859-1939) worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and the American Railway Association. In 1899 he married Camilla Conner of Maryland. They had one daughter, Sybil.

Philip Leslie Hale (1865-1931, see ANB) was an artist, writer, art historian, and art teacher. Educated at Boston Latin and Roxbury Latin Schools, Philip passed the entrance examination for Harvard, thus earning his father's permission to instead attend art school. He studied at the Boston Museum School in 1883 and then at the Art Students League in New York beginning in 1884. He went to Paris to study in the later 1880s and early 1890s returning for periods to Boston. In 1893, he was hired to teach drawing at the Boston Museum School, a position he held until his death. He taught drawing and lectured on art history and also gave private lessons. In addition to the Museum School, Philip gave classes at the Worcester Art Museum (1898-1910), the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (1913-28), and Boston University (1926-28).

Philip Hale was also a writer. In the 1890s he wrote about the art scene in Paris for various magazines and newspapers. From 1905-09 he was art critic for the Boston Herald and contributed occasional articles to other Boston papers. His Jan Vermeer of Delft (1913) was the first American book about Vermeer. Philip Hale died as the result of a ruptured appendix in 1931.

Philip Hale met his wife Lilian Clarke Westcott (1881-1963, see ANB) in 1901 at the Hartford, Connecticut, home of her uncle Charles Perkins. She was the daughter of businessman Edward Gardner Westcott and piano teacher Harriet Clarke. Lilian studied at the Hartford Art School (1897-1900) then won a scholarship to attend the Boston Museum School (1900-04). She married Philip Hale halfway through the course. Lilian's first solo show was in 1908, also the year of the birth of the Hales' only child, Anna Westcott Hale (1908-88, see ANB), known as "Nancy" (see Nancy Hale Papers).

Lilian made portraits, landscapes, and still lifes, exhibiting often through the 1920s. Philip Hale's sudden death in 1931 interrupted a period of intense activity. When she was able to return to making art, Lilian felt that her work "was out of step with the times." Still, she continued to produce. In 1953, she moved to Charlottesville, Virginia, to be closer to her daughter. She died while on a visit to her sister in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1963.

Edward Everett Hale, Jr. (1863-1932) known as "Jack" received an AB from Harvard in 1883 and a PhD from the University in Halle, Germany, in 1892. He taught English at Cornell University (1886-90) and the University of Iowa (1892-95), before settling into a long tenure at Union College in 1895. He was the author of Constructive Rhetoric (1896), Lowell (1899), Dramatists of Today (1905), Seward (1910), and Life and Letters of Edward Everett Hale (1917). He married Rose Postlethwaite Perkins in 1893. They had three sons: Maurice Perkins, Nathan, and Thomas Shaw Hale.

Herbert Dudley Hale (1866-1908) received an AB from Harvard in 1888 then went to study architecture at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris. He established the firm Hale and Rogers which had offices in New York City and Chicago. He married Margaret Curzon Marquand, known as Greta, in 1892. They had six children: Russell, Margaret, Herbert Dudley, Jr., Robert Beverly, Edward Everett III, and Laura. Herbert died at age 42 in 1908.

Robert Beverly Hale (1869-95) was educated at Roxbury Latin School and Harvard College (AB, 1892). He wrote verses, stories, and articles which were published in a variety of magazines including Atlantic Monthly, Godey's, Harper's Weekly, and Youth's Companion. Elsie and Other Poems was published in 1894. He died October 6, 1895 after a short illness. A collection of his writings and drawings, Six Stories and Some Verses, was published posthumously.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Hale Family Papers consist of 60.75 linear feet of biographical material, artwork, artifacts, correspondence, speeches, photographs, writings, and memorabilia created or kept by Hale Family members and their Everett, Beecher, Gilman, Hooker, Perkins, Stowe, and Westcott relatives. The materials date from 1797 to 1988, with the bulk dating from 1810 to 1963.

The papers are a rich source of information about this remarkable family; nineteenth-century American popular culture; the city of Boston in the nineteenth century; the places to which the Hales traveled for work, study, or pleasure (including Europe, Egypt, Palestine, Mexico, Jamaica, and all over the U.S.); and the Boston School of Painting; among many other topics.

The materials primarily document the households of Nathan, Sr., and Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale; Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) Hale; Ellen Day Hale; and Philip and Lilian (Westcott) Hale. The heart of the papers is the family correspondence. These letters detail the doings of various family members and their friends; their intellectual life and the Boston literary scene; local events; and the progress of various family endeavors such as the Daily Advertiser, Susan Hale's schools, and various Hales' writing projects. Though all the Hales were fine letter-writers, Susan Hale's letters are particularly wonderful, chronicling her travels and activities with great style and humor. Included are detailed descriptions of her visits to the family of Hudson River School painter Frederick Church. The family's artistic bent is much in evidence in their correspondence. Not only do they write about their artwork, but the letters are often illustrated with sketches of the people and places described in the text. The rich family life is also documented by such things as books, plays, stories, and newspapers written by the children.

The papers also contain significant incoming correspondence from distinguished friends and associates. Included are letters from Louisa May Alcott, Cecilia Beaux, Alexander Graham Bell, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Annie Fields, Elizabeth Gaskell, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Beatrice Hinkle, Julia Ward Howe, William Dean Howells, William Morris Hunt, Robert Todd Lincoln, Myrtilla Miner, Maria Mitchell, Sarah Orne Jewett, Frederick Law Olmsted, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, May Sarton, Lucy Stone, Annie M. Sullivan, Ida Tarbell, Booker T. Washington, Daniel Webster.

Materials related to the activities of Nathan Hale, Sr., and his sons Charles and Edward Everett Hale provide a rich picture of the social, political, and cultural life of Boston in the nineteenth century. With Nathan's papers are materials related to the Boston and Worcester Rail Road Corporation, the Boston Daily Advertiser, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, and Nathan's service on various Boston city commissions. Charles' materials document the Daily, and his journal Today: A Boston Literary Journal, plus his service in Massachusetts state government and the U.S. Department of State. Edward's papers contain files on many organizations in which he was involved, as well as two scrapbooks filled with programs, flyers, brochures, and clippings documenting a myriad of lectures, ordinations, concerts, and meetings he attended; and various causes he supported.

Charles Hale's letters from Europe in 1861, chronicle a stay at the home of Elizabeth Gaskell and a visit to Haworth, home of the Brontes, not long after the death of Charlotte Bronte. His letters from Egypt (1864-70) detail official duties as well as social life in Cairo and elsewhere in Egypt.

Papers of Susan Hale, Ellen Day Hale, and Philip and Lilian Hale document Boston's art world, the education of American artists in Europe in the 1870s-90s, and summer art colonies along the coast of New England. Included are photographs of their artwork as well as a few original pieces by Hales and some of their friends. Included are records of exhibitions and commissions.

The materials in the Hale Family Papers are arranged in four sections. The first section contains Papers, the second is Photographs and other visual images, the third section is Oversize material, and the fourth is Artifacts.

Papers

The bulk of the materials are papers related to the Hale family in boxes 1 through 108. General genealogical information about this branch of the Hale family is available in box 1 of the papers.

The Hale family papers are arranged by generation and then alphabetically by family member. Materials relating to Hale spouses are filed directly following their Hale wife or husband. The amount of material by or about individuals varies considerably from single items to multiple boxes. Where the volume of materials warrants, an individual's papers are grouped into the following categories:

Biographical materials and memorabilia
Activities
Artwork
Correspondence
Outgoing
Incoming
Speeches and writings

In several cases, there is material common to several members of a household, such as both members of a couple, parents and children, or groups of siblings. In these cases, the group's papers are filed together under the household.

Correspondence between family members is filed with the author's materials (e.g., letters BY Ellen Day Hale TO Edward Everett Hale are filed under Ellen Day Hale). Letters by one Hale often contain a short section written by another Hale. These are filed under the primary author.

There is a small amount of unidentified and miscellaneous papers filed at the end of the Hale family materials in box 108.

Following the Hale family papers (in boxes 109-115) is material related to the families of various Hale spouses. This material is filed by family group and then alphabetically by individual. First are the relatives of Emily Baldwin (Perkins) Hale with papers of various Beechers, Gilmans, Hookers, Perkins, and Stowes. These are followed by materials by and about the Everetts and Hills, relatives of Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale. Finally, there are materials related to the Westcotts, Bassets, Clarkes, and Littells, relatives of Lilian Clarke (Westcott) Hale.

Photographs and other visual images are arranged in six groups:

Family
Friends and associates
Places
Subjects
Daguerreotypes, tintypes, and cased images
Albums

Within the groupings, the images are arranged alphabetically.

Oversize materials are arranged in three groups:

General
Artwork
Photographs and visual images

Artifacts are filed at the end.


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.

Restrictions on use:

Copyright to material authored by Hale family members is owned by the Sophia Smith Collection. Copyright to materials created by others may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights. Permission must be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use." Questions about copyright should be directed to the Sophia Smith Collection staff.

Preferred Citation

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

Hale Family Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

Additional Formats

Selections from the Hale Family Papers can be viewed in the Web exhibit Across the Generations: Exploring U.S. History through Family Papers.

Diaries of Ellen Day Hale (1904-05, 1921), and diaries (1850-1862) and commonplace books (1810, 1827-1850) of Sarah Preston Everett Hale are available on the History of Women microfilm series (New Haven: Research Publications) available in Neilson Library, Smith College and through interlibrary loan.

History of the Collection

Nancy Hale donated her family's papers to the Sophia Smith Collection beginning in 1963. Additional materials came from Harriet (Arnold) McKissock in 1997.

Accruals:

Periodic additions to collection are expected.

Processing Information

Papers reprocessed by Maida Goodwin, 2002.


Additional Information
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Contents List
HALE FAMILY



Genealogy



General,
1941-67, n.d.

Box 1: folder 1
Family crest,
n.d.

Box 1: folder 2
Hale Family Association, Beverly (MA) Historical Association,
1991-92

Box 1: folder 3
"The Hales and the Great Rebellion," SSC pamphlet by Daniel Aaron,
1966

Box 1: folder 4
Generation I



Hale, Enoch (1753-1837)



General,
1787-1921

Box 1: folder 5
Correspondence: letters to Nathan and Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale [son and daughter-in-law],
1821-31

Box 1: folder 6
Hampshire Charitable Society: reports,
1816

Box 1: folder 7
Westhampton Congregational Church history,
1970, n.d.

Box 1: folder 8
Will, copy by Philetus Hale [grandson],
1837

Box 1: folder 9
Hale, Octavia (Throop) (1754-1839) [Mrs. Enoch Hale]: deed,
1839

Box 1: folder 10
Hale, Nathan (1755-76) [brother of Enoch, "the patriot"]



General,
1810-1975, n.d.

Box 1: folder 11
Correspondence: typescript letters to Enoch Hale [brother],
1774-76

Box 1: folder 12
Generation II



Hale, Enoch, Jr. (1790-1848)



Correspondence, outgoing



Hale, Enoch, Sr. [father],
1828-30

Box 1: folder 13
Hale, Nathan, Sr. [brother],
1839, n.d.

Box 1: folder 14
Hale, Nathan (1784-1863) and Sarah Preston (Everett) (1796-1866), Household



Family book,
circa 1858-78

Box 2
Family newspapers



The Hamiltonian
1841, 1842

Box 2: folder 1-2
Miscellaneous,
1840, n.d.

Box 2: folder 3
Franklin Circulating Library (163 volumes): homemade books, mostly by Charles and Alexander Hale



Note:

[See Appendix I for title list]

1839-42

Box 3
1843-46

Box 4
Hale, Nathan, Sr. (1784-1863) and Richard (1792-1839): deeds, Westhampton, MA,
1839

Box 5: folder 1
Hale, Nathan, Sr. (1784-1863)



Biographical materials



1804-07

Box 5: folder 2
Financial account book,
1849-54

Box 5: folder 3
Activities



General,
1815-47, n.d.

Box 5: folder 4
Boston and Worcester Rail Road Corporation



1827-55, n.d.

Box 5: folder 5-17
n.d.

Box 6: folder 1-2
Boston, City of, Joint Committee on Public Lands: report,
1853

Box 6: folder 3
Boston Weekly Messenger, Boston Weekly Messenger, Boston Miscellany



General,
1838, 1842, n.d.

Box 6: folder 4
Financial,
1835, 1852, n.d.

Box 6: folder 5
Boston Weekly Messenger: correspondence,
1822-52, n.d.

Box 6: folder 6-9
Boston Water Commission,
1845-52, n.d.

Box 6: folder 10-11
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company



Correspondence and reports



1845-50

Box 6: folder 12-13
1851, 1853, n.d.

Box 7: folder 1
Financial record,
Mar-Jul 1850

Box 7: folder 2
European Brick Machine Company,
1854-57, n.d.

Box 7: folder 3
Invention: Improved Stereotype Plate,
1829-30, n.d.

Box 7: folder 4
Legal practice,
1818-39

Box 7: folder 5
Massachusetts Constitutional Convention,
1831

Box 7: folder 6
Massachusetts Webster Association,
1848, n.d.

Box 7: folder 7
Printing business,
1827, 1830

Box 7: folder 8
United States northeastern boundary,
1838, n.d.

Box 7: folder 9
Correspondence, outgoing



Batchelder, Samuel,
1807-10

Box 7: folder 10
Everett, Alexander Hill [brother-in-law],
1818-22, n.d.

Box 7: folder 11
Everett, Edward [brother-in-law],
1810, 1843

Box 7: folder 12
Hale, Charles [son],
1848-59

Box 7: folder 13
Hale, Edward Everett [son],
1843-60

Box 7: folder 14-15
Hale, Enoch [father],
1817-33

Box 7: folder 16-17
Hale, Lucretia [daughter],
1844

Box 7: folder 18
Hale, Nathan, Jr. [son],
1840-51 (?)

Box 7: folder 19
Hale, Sarah Everett [daughter],
1850

Box 7: folder 20
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [wife]



1816-50

Box 7: folder 21-28
1851-57

Box 8: folder 1-2
Hale, Susan [daughter],
1844, 1850

Box 8: folder 3
Hurlbut, Martin L.,
1810-14

Box 8: folder 4
Miscellaneous non-family,
1844-49

Box 8: folder 5
Correspondence, incoming



Chase, William H. (re death of son Alexander Hale),
1850

Box 8: folder 6
Webster, Daniel,
1827-50

Box 8: folder 7
Miscellaneous,
1818-51, n.d.

Box 8: folder 8
Speeches and writings



Correspondence and legal papers,
1830, 1850

Box 8: folder 9
Notes, fragments, and poems,
1807, 1827, n.d.

Box 8: folder 10
Address to the Washington Society,
n.d.

Box 8: folder 11
"A Farewell Address to the Students of Phillips Exeter Academy,"
circa 1807

Box 8: folder 12
"Is Party Spirit Beneficial?"
n.d.

Box 8: folder 13
Treatise on the rail road,
n.d.

Box 8: folder 14
Hale, Sarah Preston Everett (1796-1866) [Mrs. Nathan, Sr.]



Biographical materials and memorabilia



General,
1810-66, n.d.

Box 9: folder 1
Commonplace books



1810, n.d.

Box 9: folder 2
1827-51, n.d.

Box 9: folder 3
Correspondence, outgoing



Everett, Alexander Hill and Lucretia Orne (Peabody) [brother and sister-in-law],
1811-47

Box 9: folder 4-8
Everett, Edward and Charlotte (Brooks) [brother and sister-in-law],
1807-65

Box 9: folder 9-22
Everett, William [nephew],
1860-66

Box 9: folder 23
Hale groups



1838-47

Box 9: folder 24-26
1848-66

Box 10: folder 1-24
Hale, Alexander "Elly" [son],
circa 1840s-50

Box 11: folder 1-3
Hale, Alexander and Charles (at Harvard) [sons],
circa 1846-47

Box 11: folder 4
Hale, Charles [son]



1844-1865

Box 11: folder 5-30
1866

Box 12: folder 1
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [son and daughter-in-law]



1836-Apr 1849

Box 12: folder 4-12
May 1849-1866

Box 13: folder 1-19
Hale, Enoch and Octavia (Throop) [parents-in-law],
1831, 1833

Box 13: folder 20
Hale, Lucretia Peabody [daughter],
1839(?)-66

Box 13: folder 21-22
Hale, Nathan, Sr. [husband]



1816-49

Box 13: folder 23-25
1850-54

Box 14: folder 1-3
Hale, Nathan, Jr. [son],
1837-64

Box 14: folder 4-7
Hale, Sarah Everett [daughter],
1838-51

Box 14: folder 8-9
Hale, Susan [daughter],
1844-66

Box 14: folder 10
Miscellaneous,
1850-65, n.d.

Box 15: folder 1
Correspondence, incoming,
1826-51, n.d.

Box 15: folder 2
Writings



Correspondence with publishers,
1829-46

Box 15: folder 3
Diaries,
Jun 1850, 1859-62

Box 15: folder 5-9
Royalty statements,
1883-98

Box 15: folder 10
Hale, Richard (1792-1839)



Correspondence



Hale, Enoch, Jr. [brother],
1837

Box 15: folder 11
Hale, Nathan, Sr. [brother],
1814-39

Box 15: folder 12
Hall, Sybella (Hale) (1797-?): letters to Enoch Hale, Sr. [father],
1817

Box 15: folder 13
Hooker, Octavia (Hale) (1788-?): letters to Hale, Jane (Murdock) [sister-in-law],
1833

Box 15: folder 14
McCall, Melissa (Hale) (1786-?)



Correspondence, outgoing



Hale, Enoch, Jr. and Jane (Murdock) [brother and sister-in-law],
1846

Box 15: folder 15
Hale, Nathan, Sr. and Sarah Preston (Everett), [brother and sister-in-law]
1829-52

Box 15: folder 16
Generation III



Hale, Alexander (1829-1850) "Elly"



General,
1850

Box 16: folder 1
Correspondence, outgoing



Hale, Charles [brother],
1846(?)-49(?)

Box 16: folder 2
Hale, Edward Everett [brother],
1843-50(?)

Box 16: folder 3
Hale, Lucretia Peabody [sister],
1839-50

Box 16: folder 4
Hale, Nathan, Jr. [brother],
1838, n.d.

Box 16: folder 5
Hale, Sarah Everett [sister],
1848-50

Box 16: folder 6
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [mother],
1844-50

Box 16: folder 7-8
Hale, Susan [sister],
1848-50

Box 16: folder 9
Fragment,
circa 1846

Box 16: folder 10
Diary, travel,
1848

Box 16: folder 11
Hale, Charles (1831-1882)



Biographical materials and memorabilia



General,
1840, 1859, 1880(?), 1967

Box 17: folder 1
Artwork,
1897, n.d.

Box 17: folder 2
"The History of Mr. Seward's Pet in Egypt" by Francis Dainese,
1866

Box 17: folder 3
Keene (NH) Invalid's Home,
1873-75

Box 17: folder 4
Notebook,
1853

Box 17: folder 5
Activities



Boston Weekly Messenger



Correspondence,
1853-76, n.d.

Box 17: folder 6-12
Financial and legal,
1854, n.d.

Box 17: folder 13
Harvard University,
1855-76

Box 17: folder 14
Massachusetts government



Correspondence,
1855-76, n.d.

Box 17: folder 15-16
Election party tickets,
1874, n.d.

Box 17: folder 17
Railroad Commissioner,
1871-76

Box 17: folder 18
Today: A Boston Literary Journal,
1852

Box 17: folder 19
U. S. Department of State



Assistant Secretary,
1872-74

Box 17: folder 20-21
General Consul to Egypt,
1864-68

Box 17: folder 22
Correspondence, outgoing



Everett, Edward [uncle],
1856-59

Box 18: folder 1
Everett, William [cousin],
1863-74

Box 18: folder 2
Hale groups,
1851-71

Box 18: folder 3-4
Hale, Alexander "Elly" [brother],
1849-50

Box 18: folder 5
Hale, Edward Everett [brother]



1849-61

Box 18: folder 6-29
1862-Mar1872

Box 19: folder 1-46
Apr 1872-1880(?)

Box 20: folder 1-10
Hale, Lucretia Peabody [sister],
1839, 1850-80

Box 20: folder 11-22
Hale, Nathan, Jr. [brother],
1850-69

Box 20: folder 23-25
Hale, Nathan, Sr. [father],
1850-60

Box 20: folder 26-27
Hale, Sarah Everett [sister],
1850

Box 20: folder 28
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [mother]



1846-51

Box 20: folder 29-32
1852-Oct 1861

Box 21: folder 1-33
Nov 1861-Mar 1866

Box 22: folder 1-38
Apr-Dec 1866

Box 23: folder 1-11
Hale, Susan [sister]



1849-Nov 1868

Box 23: folder 12-19
Dec 1868-1878

Box 24: folder 1-6
Fragments of letters to Hales,
n.d.

Box 24: folder 7
Miscellaneous,
1851-80

Box 24: folder 8
Correspondence, incoming



Bancroft, George,
1869, 1876

Box 24: folder 9
Denny, Henry G.,
1865

Box 24: folder 10
Howells, William Dean,
1862-65

Box 24: folder 11
Note:
Thayer, William Sydney,
1855

Box 24: folder 12
Miscellaneous, A-Z,
1855-76, n.d.

Box 24: folder 13
Writings



Correspondence,
1872-76

Box 24: folder 14
Notes,
circa 1861

Box 24: folder 15
Manuscripts,
1861-62

Box 24: folder 16
Hale, Edward Everett (1822-1909) and Emily (Perkins) (1829-1914) Household



Baby book,
1860-71

Box 25: folder 1
Correspondence,
1873, 1882

Box 25: folder 2
Financial



General,
1871, 1891

Box 25: folder 3
Ledgers,
1866-67, 1869-84

Box 25: folder 4-5
Household bills, trade cards,
1904-13, n.d.

Box 25: folder 6
Houses: deeds, mortgages, etc.,
1852-1912, n.d.

Box 25: folder 7
The Meteor (family newspaper),
1868-69

Box 25: folder 8
Notebook with questionnaire re: tastes,
1861

Box 25: folder 9
Paper dolls and soldiers,
n.d.

Box 25: folder 10
Play "William Tell: A Drama in Four Acts After Schiller" by E. and E. and A.,
1870

Box 25: folder 11
Postmark collection (Herbert Dudley, Philip Leslie, and Robert Beverly Hale),s
1870s-80

Box 25: folder 12
Wedding anniversary, 50th: correspondence,
1902

Box 25: folder 13
Charlieshope Library homemade books by Ellen Day and Arthur Hale and friends (57 volumes),
1865-68, n.d.

Box 26
Note:

[See Appendix II for title list]

Hale, Edward Everett (1822-1909)



Biographical materials and memorabilia



General,
1896-1965, n.d.

Box 27: folder 1
Artwork,
1851, n.d.

Box 27: folder 2
Biographies,
1915-17

Box 27: folder 3
Birthdays



64th,
1886

Box 27: folder 4
70th,
1892


Letters and tributes, A-Z


Box 27: folder 5-7
Banquet: program, invitations, and arrangements


Box 27: folder 8
Publication



Correspondence and drafts


Box 27: folder 9
Manuscript


Box 27: folder 10
Clippings


Box 28: folder 1
Tribute books


Box 28: folder 2-5
75th, : correspondence
1897

Box 28: folder 6
80th,
1902


Programs, invitation, and arrangements


Box 28: folder 7
Clippings


Box 29: folder 1
Letters and tributes, A-Z


Box 29: folder 2-7
Letters from school children


Box 29: folder 8
Death,
1909


Clippings


Box 29: folder 9
Condolence letters



A-S


Box 29: folder 10-17
T-Z and unidentified


Box 30: folder 1
Fiftieth anniversary commemoration service,
1959

Box 30: folder 2
Estate,
1909-10

Box 30: folder 3
Memorabilia,
1829-1909, n.d.

Box 30: folder 4-5
New York University Hall of Fame nomination,
1920

Box 30: folder 6
Retirement,
1899

Box 30: folder 7
Statue by Bela L. Pratt, Boston Public Garden,
1913-42, n.d.

Box 30: folder 8
Activities



Scrapbooks



Note:

[See indexes at end of each volume]

circa 1845-81

Box 31
circa 1852-79

Box 32
General,
1860-78

Box 33: folder 1
Anti-slavery/Freedman's Aid,
1862-71, n.d.

Box 33: folder 2
Boston, City of,
1863-89, n.d.

Box 33: folder 3
Boston Weekly Messenger, sale of,
1854

Box 33: folder 4
Boston Public Library,
1865, 1885

Box 33: folder 5
Boston Young Men's Christian Union,
1859-78

Box 33: folder 6
Boys Institute of Industry,
1909, n.d.

Box 33: folder 7
Civil War and Reconstruction,
1863-65, n.d.

Box 33: folder 8
Clubs,
1850?-89, n.d.

Box 33: folder 9
Emigrant Aid,
1861-65, n.d.

Box 33: folder 10
Historical Associations



General,
1862-84, n.d.

Box 33: folder 11
Massachusetts Historical Society,
1861-65

Box 33: folder 12
Hospitals,
1865, 1978, n.d.

Box 33: folder 13
Investment opportunities,
1863-75, n.d.

Box 33: folder 14
Lend a Hand Society



General,
1888-1965, n.d.

Box 33: folder 15
Publications



General,
1897-1906, n.d.

Box 33: folder 16
Circulars of Ten Times One is Ten, Vol. I and II,
1885

Box 33: folder 17
New England Refugees' Aid Society,
1865, n.d.

Box 33: folder 18
Old and New,
1870-74, n.d.

Box 33: folder 19
Periodicals,
1864-76, n.d.

Box 33: folder 20
Poor relief



General,
1858-77, n.d.

Box 33: folder 21
North Street Mission for the Poor,
1861-64

Box 33: folder 22
Prisons,
1859, 1865, n.d.

Box 33: folder 23
Religious



General,
1858-78, n.d.

Box 33: folder 24
Society for Encouraging Religious Education,
1880

Box 33: folder 25
South Congregational Church,
1804-78

Box 33: folder 26
Unitarian Church



General,
1859-1909, n.d.

Box 33: folder 27
American Unitarian Association,
1858-1909, n.d.

Box 33: folder 28
Schools and colleges



General,
1829-72, n.d.

Box 34: folder 1
Antioch College,
1865-67, n.d.

Box 34: folder 2
Hampton Normal and Industrial Institute,
1868-78

Box 34: folder 3
Harvard College,
1850-1939, n.d.

Box 34: folder 4
Temperance,
1865, n.d.

Box 34: folder 5
United States Sanitary Commission,
1861-65

Box 34: folder 6
United States Senate Chaplaincy,
1905, n.d.

Box 34: folder 7
Women's Education Association,
1877, n.d.

Box 34: folder 8
Women's Rest Tour Association,
n.d.

Box 34: folder 9
Correspondence, outgoing



Arnold, Helen (Freeman)
n.d.

Box 34: folder 10
Freeman, Helen Elizabeth,
1884-1906

Box 34: folder 10a
Freeman, Harriet Clark, Helen Hunt, and Caroline,
1897-1908

Box 34: folder 11
Hale groups,
1896-1908

Box 34: folder 12
Hale siblings,
1877-99

Box 34: folder 13
Hale children groups,
1866-95, 1902

Box 34: folder 14
Hale, Ellen Day [daughter]



1859-1901

Box 34: folder 15-30
1902-09, n.d.

Box 35: folder 1-3
Hale, Emily (Perkins) [wife],
1873-1909, n.d.

Box 35: folder 4-5
Hale, Enoch [father],
1858-61

Box 35: folder 5A
Hale, Philip Leslie and Lilian (Westcott) [son and daughter-in-law],
1902-09, n.d.

Box 35: folder 6
Hale, Nancy [granddaughter],
1909

Box 35: folder 7
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [mother],
1856

Box 35: folder 8
Whitman, Minnie (Hamilton),
1859-1907, n.d.

Box 35: folder 9-11
Non-family, misc.,
1852-1910

Box 35: folder 12
Correspondence, incoming



A,
1855-95

Box 35: folder 13
Addams, Jane,
1893

Box 35: folder 14
Agassiz, Elizabeth Carey and Louis R.,
1852, 1874

Box 35: folder 15
Alcott, Louisa
May, 1863

Box 35: folder 16
Alger, Horatio, Jr.,
1861

Box 35: folder 17
Antin, Mary,
1900

Box 35: folder 18
Armstrong, S.C.,
1886, 1888, n.d.

Box 35: folder 19
Atherton, Gertrude,
1904

Box 35: folder 20
B,
1855-1904, n.d.

Box 35: folder 21
Bancroft, George,
1858-70

Box 35: folder 22
Barrows, S.J.,
1876, 1884

Box 35: folder 23
Beecher, Henry Ward,
1881

Box 35: folder 24
Bell, Alexander Graham,
1872, 1894

Box 35: folder 25
Bigelow, John,
1888

Box 35: folder 26
Butler, Benjamin Franklin,
1868

Box 35: folder 27
Bynner, Edwin L.,
1876-87

Box 35: folder 28
C,
1846-1907, n.d.

Box 35: folder 29
Cable, George Washington,
1888-99

Box 35: folder 30
Choate, Joseph H.,
1876-91

Box 35: folder 31
Church, Frederick,
1893

Box 35: folder 32
Cooper, Susan Fenimore,
1887

Box 35: folder 33
Cushing, Frank Hamilton,
1899

Box 35: folder 34
D,
1837-1904, n.d.

Box 35: folder 35
E,
1857-95

Box 35: folder 36
Emerson, Ralph Waldo,
1859, n.d.

Box 35: folder 37
F,
1847-1904, n.d.

Box 35: folder 38
Fields, Annie,
1887-91, n.d.

Box 35: folder 39
Freeman, Helen Hunt,
n.d.

Box 35: folder 40
G,
1866-1907, n.d.

Box 36: folder 1
Gaskell, Elizabeth, Meta, Mariam, and William,
1860-62

Box 36: folder 2
Gilder, Joseph B., Jeannette L., and R.W.,
1875-97

Box 36: folder 3
Grant, Robert,
1874, n.d.

Box 36: folder 4
Gray, Asa,
1854-87, n.d.

Box 36: folder 5
Greenough, Richard,
1844-72

Box 36: folder 6
Greenwood, Grace (Mrs. Lippincott),
1894

Box 36: folder 7
H,
1854-1901, n.d.

Box 36: folder 8
Hall, G. Stanley,
1878-90, n.d.

Box 36: folder 9
Hamlin, Cyrus,
1890-96

Box 36: folder 10
Hawley, Joseph R.,
1865, 1890

Box 36: folder 11
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth,
1854-1901, n.d.

Box 36: folder 12
Hoar, George F.,
1851-1904

Box 36: folder 13
Holmes, Oliver Wendell,
1887, n.d.

Box 36: folder 14
Howe, Julia Ward,
1871-88, n.d.

Box 36: folder 15
Howells, William Dean,
1864-1908

Box 36: folder 16
I-J,
1870-98

Box 36: folder 17
Jewett, Sarah Orne,
1871, n.d.

Box 36: folder 18
K,
1873, 1888

Box 36: folder 19
L,
1867-97, n.d.

Box 36: folder 20
Lincoln, Robert Todd,
1883-99

Box 36: folder 21
Livermore, Mary,
1888-92

Box 36: folder 22
Long, John D.,
1894-1902

Box 36: folder 23
Loomis, Charles Battell,
1900-01

Box 36: folder 24
M,
1856-1900

Box 36: folder 25
May, Samuel,
1851

Box 36: folder 26
Miner, Myrtilla,
1858

Box 36: folder 27
Mitchell, Maria,
1874

Box 36: folder 28
N-O,
1873-1903

Box 36: folder 29
Norton, Charles Eliot,
1877-1903

Box 36: folder 30
Olmsted, Frederick Law,
1857, 1889

Box 36: folder 31
Owen, Robert Dale,
1870

Box 36: folder 32
P,
1855-1904, n.d.

Box 36: folder 33
Palfrey (?), John G.,
1846-61

Box 36: folder 34
Palmer, Alice Freeman,
1898

Box 36: folder 35
Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer,
1856, n.d.

Box 36: folder 36
Phillips, Wendell,
n.d.

Box 36: folder 37
Q-R,
1857-93, n.d.

Box 36: folder 38
Quincy, Josiah,
1874-75

Box 36: folder 39
Riggs, Kate Douglas Wiggin,
n.d.

Box 36: folder 40
Rockefeller, John D.,
1897

Box 36: folder 41
S,
1856-91

Box 36: folder 42
Sanborn, F.B.,
1870-75

Box 36: folder 43
Scudder, Horace E.,
1862-1900

Box 36: folder 44
Stone, Lucy,
1889, 1890

Box 36: folder 45
Sullivan, Annie M.,
1888

Box 36: folder 46
T,
1874-99, n.d.

Box 36: folder 47
Tarbell, Ida,
1896-1904

Box 36: folder 48
V-Z,
1867-1902, n.d.

Box 36: folder 49
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps,
1889

Box 36: folder 50
Washington, Booker T.,
1886-1902

Box 36: folder 51
Whitney, Adeline D. T.,
1870-71

Box 36: folder 52
Williams, Eleazer,
1852-57

Box 36: folder 53
Winthrop, Robert C.,
1872-94

Box 36: folder 54
Correspondence, third party



Freeman, Harriet to Helen (Freeman) and Harold Arnold
1909-1912

Box 36: folder 55
Speeches and writings



Addresses



Miscellaneous,
1879-1902

Box 37: folder 1
Bicentennial of the First Parish in Framingham,
13 Oct 1901

Box 37: folder 2
Dedication of the sixth meeting house, First Parish in Dorchester,
16 May 1897

Box 37: folder 3
Funeral of Isaac Fenno,
28 Jun 1897

Box 37: folder 4
Inauguration of John Gordon as President of Howard University,
30 Mar 1904

Box 37: folder 5
Opening of the Rowland G. Hazard Memorial, Peace Dale, RI,
9 Oct 1891

Box 37: folder 6
Service in memory of Phillips Brooks,
30 Jan 1894

Box 37: folder 7
"Communion Service,"
25 Nov 1906

Box 37: folder 8
"The Contribution of Boston to American Independence," 121st celebration of the Declaration of Independence, Boston,
5 Jul 1897

Box 37: folder 9
"The Educated Citizen," Smith College Commencement,
17 Jun 1902

Box 37: folder 10
"The Five Great Duties of the Twentieth Century," University of Ohio Commencement,
19 Jun 1901

Box 37: folder 11
"The Gospel of Emerson for His Time and Ours," Emerson Celebration, Boston,
31 Jul 1903

Box 37: folder 12
"The Ideas of the Founders," Brooklyn Institute,
4 Nov 1903

Box 37: folder 13
"The Leaders Lead," Alpha Delta Phi Convention, Williams College,
24 May 1877

Box 37: folder 14
"Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Exercises," Philips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH,
29 Sep 1885

Box 37: folder 15
"Public Amusement for Poor and Rich," Church of the Unity, Worcester, MA,
16 Dec 1855

Box 37: folder 16
"The Results of Columbus's Discovery," American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, MA,
21 Oct 1892

Box 37: folder 17
"Thomas Starr King: A Memorial Address," South Congregational Church, Boston, MA,
1 Mar 1903

Box 37: folder 18
"What is the American People?" Phi Beta Kappa Society, Brown University, Providence, RI,
1885

Box 37: folder 19
"What Will He Do With It?" Cornell University Commencement,
12 Jun 1881

Box 37: folder 20
Sermons by title



A-F


Box 37: folder 21-22
G-Z


Box 38: folder 1-7
Writings



Miscellaneous magazine and newspaper articles,
1879-1969, n.d.

Box 39: folder 1
"A Sunday Morning Prayer,"
n.d.

Box 39: folder 2
"Afloat and Ashore,"
1891

Box 39: folder 3
"Christmas Waits in Boston,"
circa 1859

Box 39: folder 4
"Daily Bread: A Story of the Snow Blockade,"
1888

Box 39: folder 5
"Dr. Geo. E. Ellis": typescript,
n.d.

Box 39: folder 6
"Gosnold at Cuttyhunk,"
1902

Box 39: folder 7
"The Great Harvest Year,"
n.d.

Box 39: folder 8
"Homer and David": dramatization of EEH story by Katherine E. Dopp,
1903

Box 39: folder 9
"How They Live in Boston and How They Die There,"
n.d.

Box 39: folder 10
"How To Grow Young,"
1911

Box 39: folder 11
Introduction to a book by Miss Allen: ms.,
circa 1900

Box 39: folder 12
"John Albion Andrew": typescript,
n.d.

Box 39: folder 13
"The Maltese Cross": manuscript,
n.d. ("printed and presented by the King's Daughters of Wellesley College, 1890")

Box 39: folder 14
"The Man Without a Country"
(1863)


Lend a Hand Society reprint,
1904

Box 39: folder 15
Correspondence re: reprint in Outlook,
1889

Box 39: folder 16
Dramatizations: correspondence, programs, and clippings,
1884-1937

Box 39: folder 17
Film rights controversy: correspondence,
1917

Box 39: folder 18
"Mrs. De Laix's Indecision": ms.,
n.d.

Box 39: folder 19
"My Grandmother's Mutton: A Boston Christmas Story": ms.,
n.d.

Box 39: folder 20
"Neither Scrip nor Money: A Christmas Story,"
circa 1903

Box 39: folder 21
"Nel Suo Nome. Racconto dei Valdesi,"
1887

Box 39: folder 22
"Old Age Pensions,"
n.d.

Box 39: folder 23
"One Hundred Years Ago. How the War Began,"
1875

Box 39: folder 24
"Other Senators": typescript,
n.d.

Box 39: folder 25
"The Professor of America": ms.,
n.d.

Box 39: folder 26
"Red and White. A Christmas Story,"
1887

Box 39: folder 27
"The Real Philip Nolan,"
1901


Mississippi Historical Society Publications reprint


Box 39: folder 28
Research materials


Box 39: folder 29-30
Research materials (cont'd)


Box 40: folder 1-8
"Six Distinguished Men of Letters": typescript,
n.d.


"Wendell Phillips"


Box 40: folder 9
"Daniel Webster"


Box 40: folder 10
"Ralph Waldo Emerson"


Box 40: folder 11
"Henry Wadsworth Longfellow"


Box 40: folder 12
"Josiah Quincy"


Box 40: folder 13
"John Quincy Adams"


Box 40: folder 14
"The Story of a Dory,"
n.d.

Box 40: folder 15
The Story of Massachusetts: pamphlet "To the Critics of the Story of Massachusetts,"
circa 1892

Box 40: folder 16
"Studies in American Colonial Life,"
1895

Box 40: folder 17
"Susan's Escort"



Early draft: ms.,
n.d.

Box 40: folder 18
Later draft: ms.,
n.d.

Box 40: folder 19
That Unknown Country: reprint of Chapter XXI,
n.d.

Box 41: folder 1
"Tom Torrey's Tariff Talks"



Reprint,
1888

Box 41: folder 2
Manuscript



"The Cooking Stove"


Box 41: folder 3
"Well Enough Alone"


Box 41: folder 4
"The Jack Knife"


Box 41: folder 5
"Uncle Frank's Family and the Story He Told Them One New Year's Night,"
1857

Box 41: folder 6
"The Unitarian Principles,"
n.d.

Box 41: folder 7
"The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ,"
n.d.

Box 41: folder 8
Notes



Miscellaneous,
n.d.

Box 41: folder 9
On Boston,
n.d.

Box 41: folder 10
Folio "Parts of Translations, Sermons, and Christian History Lectures,Epistles- Communion Address(?)"
1846-1854.

Box 41: folder 11-18
Unitarian Communion Service (in Samuel Longfellow's hand)


Box 41: folder 19
Business/financial materials



Miscellaneous publishers,
1873-1906

Box 42: folder 1
A.S. Barnes and Co.,
1886-90

Box 42: folder 2
American Book Co.,
1891-1904

Box 42: folder 3
Atlantic Monthly,
1882-97

Box 42: folder 4
Cassell Publishing Co.,
1891-1904

Box 42: folder 5-6
The Century Co.,
1907-09

Box 42: folder 7
Charles Scribner's Sons,
1881-98

Box 42: folder 8
D. Appleton and Co.,
1897-98, n.d.

Box 42: folder 9
Dana Estes and Co.,
1899-1905

Box 42: folder 10
Dodd, Mead and Co.,
1903-09

Box 42: folder 11
Fields, Osgood and Co.,
1869-74

Box 42: folder 12
Funk and Wagnalls,
1883-1907

Box 42: folder 13-14
G.P. Putnam's Sons,
1886-1910

Box 42: folder 15
Ginn and Co.,
1887-1909

Box 42: folder 16
H.M. Caldwell Co.,
1896-1905

Box 42: folder 17
Harper and Brothers,
1881-1909

Box 42: folder 18
Henry O. Shepard Publishing Co.,
1894

Box 42: folder 19
Houghton, Mifflin and Co.,
1888-1910

Box 42: folder 20
J. Stillman Smith and Co.,
1896-97

Box 42: folder 21
James R. Osgood Co.,
1869, 1876

Box 42: folder 22
Library of Congress, Copyright Office,
1876-1906, n.d.

Box 43: folder 1-2
Lamson, Wolffe and Co.,
1895-99

Box 43: folder 3
Little, Brown and Co.,
1898-1909

Box 43: folder 4-5
Lothrop Publishing Co.,
1893-1909

Box 43: folder 6
The Macmillan Co.,
1905-09

Box 43: folder 7
The Outlook Co.,
1897-1907, n.d.

Box 43: folder 8
Porter and Coates,
1887-91

Box 43: folder 9
Rand and Avery,
1865-68

Box 43: folder 10
Roberts Brothers,
1871-99

Box 43: folder 11-13
Thomas Y. Crowell and Co.,
1897-99

Box 43: folder 14
Walker, Wise and Co.,
1860-66

Box 43: folder 15
Correspondence with editors re: permission to reprint, anthologize, etc.,
1888-1901, n.d.

Box 43: folder 16
Correspondence with attorneys



Foster, Roger,
1888-98

Box 43: folder 17
Tyndale, Theodore,
1894-99, n.d.

Box 43: folder 18
Miscellaneous notes,
n.d.

Box 43: folder 19
Financial journal,
1877-1909

Box 43: folder 20
Volumes



Boys' Heros. (Boston: D. Lothrop Company,
1886)

Box 43
Christmas in Narragansett. (New York and London: Funk & Wagnalls,
1884)

Box 43
Easter: a collection for a hundred friends. (Boston: J. Stilman Smith & Company,
1886)

Box 43
Every-day Sermons. (Boston: J. Stilman Smith & Company,
1892)

Box 43
For Christmas and New Year privately printed for the holidays,
1906

Box 43
For Fifty Years: Verses written on occasion, in the course of the nineteenth century. (Boston: Roberts Brothers,
1893)

Box 43
The Fortunes of Rachel. (NY: Funk and Wagnalls,
1884)

Box 43
History of the United States written for the Chautauqua Reading Circles (New York: Chautauqua Press,
1884)

Box 43
How They Lived in Hampton. A Story of Practical Christianity Applied in the Manufacture of Woolens. (Boston: J. Stilman Smith & Co.,
1888)

Box 43
How To Do It. (Boston: Roberts Brothers,
1884)

Box 43
How To Live. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Company,
1903)

Box 43
James Russell Lowell and his friends. (Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company,
1899)

Box 43
June to May: The Sermons of a Year preached at South Congregational Church in Boston, in 1880 and 1881. (Boston: Roberts Brothers,
1881)

Box 43
The Man Without a Country (Boston: Roberts Brothers, and Boston: J. Stilman Smith & Co.,
1889 1891)

Box 43
The Man Without a Country and Other Tales. (Boston: R. B. Palfrey,
1868)

Box 43
Mohonk Addresses by Edward Everett Hale and David J. Brewer with an introduction by Edwin H. Mead. Published for the International School of Peace. (Boston: Ginn and Company,
1910)

Box 43
My Friend the Boss: A Story of To-day. (Boston: J. Stilman Smith & Company,
1888)

Box 43
A New England Boyhood. (New York: Cassell Publishing Co., )
1893

Box 43
New England History in Ballads by Edward Everett Hale and his children with a few additions by other people. Illustrated by Ellen D. Hale, Philip L. Hale, and Lilian Hale. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Company,
1903)

Box 43
Our Christmas in a Palace. A Traveller's Story. (NY: Funk and Wagnalls,
1883)

Box 43
Our Christmas in a Palace (NY: Standard Library,
1884)

Box 43
Prayers in the Senate: Prayers offered in the Senate of the United States in the Winter Session of 1904. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Company,
1904)

Box 43
Ralph Waldo Emerson together with two early essays of Emerson. (Boston: Brown & Company,
1899)

Box 43
Stories of Invention told by inventors and their friends. (Boston: Roberts Brothers,
1885)

Box 43
The Story of Massachusetts (Boston: D. Lothrop Company,
1891)

Box 43
Sunday-school Stories on the Golden Texts of the International Lessons of 1889. (Boston: Roberts Brothers,
1889)

Box 43
Sunday-school Stories on the Golden Texts of the International Lessons of 1889. Second part. (Boston: Roberts Brothers,
1889)

Box 43
Tell It Again series (Boston: J. Stilman Smith & Company) Aunt Caroline's Present,
1895


Col. Clipsham's Calendar,
1895

Box 43
Hands Off (2 copies),
1895

Box 43
One Good Turn: A Story,
1893

Box 43
A Safe Deposit,
1895

Box 43
Ten Times One is Ten: The Possible Reformation. (Boston: Roberts Brothers,
1871)

Box 43
The Works of Edward Everett Hale, Library Edition (Boston: Little, Brown, and Company) Ten Times One is Ten and Other Stories,
1899

Box 43
Vol. II, In His Name and Christmas Stories,
1899

Box 43
Vol. IV, The Brick Moon and Other Stories,
1899

Box 43
Vol. V, Philip Nolan's Friends: A Story of the Change of Western Empire,
1899

Box 43
Vol. VI, A New England Boyhood and other bits of autobiography,
1900

Box 43
Vol. VII, How To Do It to which is added How To Live,
1900

Box 43
Vol. VIII, Addresses and Essays on Subjects of History, Education, and Government,
1900

Box 43
Vol. X, Poems and Fancies


Box 43
Edited by Edward Everett Hale



The Age of Chivalry or Legends of King Arthur by Thomas Bulfinch. A new enlarged and revised edition by Edward E. Hale. (Boston: S.W. Tilton & Co.,
1884)

Box 43
Lend a Hand: A Journal of Organized Philanthropy. Volume I, . (Boston: Lend a Hand Publishing Company)
1886

Box 43
Lend a Hand: A Journal of Organized Philanthropy. Volume II,. (Boston: Lend a Hand Publishing Company)
1887

Box 43
Standard Biographies: Lights of Two Centuries. (New York and Chicago: A.S. Barnes and Company,
1887)

Box 43
Miscellaneous



The Eath and Its Story: a First Book of Geology by Angelo Heilprin with inscription to Harriet E. Freeman


Box 44
Hale, Emily (Perkins) (1829-1914) [Mrs. Edward Everett Hale]



Biographical material and memorabilia



General,
1852-1905, n.d.

Box 44: folder 1
Cookbook and recipes,
circa 1873

Box 44: folder 2
Estate,
1911-15

Box 44: folder 3
Financial,
1902-11

Box 44: folder 4
Social Register, Boston and Washington, DC,
1910

Box 44: folder 5
Correspondence, outgoing



Baldwin, Elizabeth(?) [cousin],
n.d.

Box 45: folder 1
Hale groups,
1889-1908

Box 45: folder 2-6
Hale, Arthur [son],
1877-1912

Box 45: folder 7
Hale, Edward Everett [husband]



1868-99

Box 45: folder 8-25
1900-08, n.d.

Box 46: folder 1-5
Hale, Edward Everett [husband] and Ellen Day [daughter],
1891-1906

Box 46: folder 6
Hale, Edward Everett, Jr. [son],
1875, 1886

Box 46: folder 7
Hale, Ellen Day [daughter]



1864-Mar 1892

Box 46: folder 8-20
Apr 1892-1905

Box 47: folder 1-16
1906-12, n.d.

Box 48: folder 1-3
Hale, Lilian (Westcott) [daughter-in-law],
1902-13

Box 48: folder 4
Hale, Nancy [granddaughter],
1911

Box 48: folder 5
Hale, Philip Leslie [son],
1878, 1898 (?)

Box 48: folder 6
Perkins, Mary [mother](from Europe),
1856-57, 1889

Box 48: folder 7
Miscellaneous,
1872-1912

Box 48: folder 8
Correspondence, incoming,
1873-1913, n.d.

Box 48: folder 9
Hale, Lucretia Peabody (1820-1900)



Biographical material and memorabilia



General,
1916, 1967, n.d.

Box 49: folder 1
Cookbook,
n.d.

Box 49: folder 2
Embroidery



Sampler (age 10),
1830

Box 49: folder 3
Designs and work samples,
circa 1870s

Box 49: folder 4-5
Estate,
1897-98

Box 49: folder 6
Memorabilia,
n.d.

Box 49: folder 7
Correspondence, outgoing



Note:

[Typescripts of selected letters are in separate folders filed after the originals]

Bates, Mr.,
1883

Box 49: folder 7a
Everett, William,
1863-96, n.d.

Box 49: folder 8
Hale groups,
1847-76, n.d.

Box 49: folder 9-11
Hale, Alexander "Elly" [brother],
1848-50

Box 49: folder 12-13
Hale, Charles [brother]



1848-63

Box 49: folder 14-19
1864-76, n.d.

Box 50: folder 1-15
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [brother and sister-in-law]



1837-53

Box 50: folder 16-27
1854-96

Box 51: folder 1-33
1897-99, n.d.

Box 52: folder 1-3
Hale, Ellen Day [niece],
1856, 1862, n.d.

Box 52: folder 4
Hale, Nathan, Jr. [brother],
1837-70, n.d.

Box 52: folder 5-6
Hale, Nathan, Sr. [father],
1850

Box 52: folder 7
Hale, Robert Beverly "Robbie" [nephew],
n.d.

Box 52: folder 8
Hale, Sarah Everett [sister],
1835-51

Box 52: folder 9-16
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [mother]



1838-55

Box 52: folder 17-30
1856-66, n.d.

Box 53: folder 1-7
Hale, Susan [sister],
1840-68, n.d.

Box 53: folder 8-15
Fragments,
n.d.

Box 53: folder 16
Correspondence, incoming,
1886-88, n.d.

Box 53: folder 17
Writings



Diary,
1867(?)-68(?)

Box 53: folder 18
General,
1911, 1968, n.d.

Box 53: folder 19
"The Peterkins at the 'Carnival of Authors'": notebook,
n.d.

Box 53: folder 20
"The Queen of the Red Chessmen," with "Miss Lucinda" by Rose Terry. (NY: The Happy Hour Library,
n.d.)

Box 53: folder 21
Volumes



Familien Peterkin (Gyldendal, [Danish edition of The Peterkin Papers]
1969)

Box 53
The Peterkin Papers. (Boston: James R. Osgood & Co.,
1880)

Box 53
The Peterkin Papers. (Boston and NY: Houghton, Mifflin and Co.,
1900)

Box 53
Stories for Children. Containing Simple Lessons in Morals. A Supplementary Reader for Schools or for Use at Home. (Boston and NY: Leach, Shewell & Sanborn,
1892)

Box 53
Hale, Nathan, Jr. (1818-71)



Biographical material and memorabilia



Artwork,
n.d.

Box 54: folder 1
Commonplace book and memorabilia,
1836

Box 54: folder 2
Estate,
1871

Box 54: folder 3
Correspondence, outgoing



Hale groups,
1851-69, n.d.

Box 54: folder 4
Hale, Charles [brother],
1852-69, n.d.

Box 54: folder 5-7
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [brother and sister-in-law],
1831-70, n.d.

Box 55: folder 1-7
Hale, Ellen Day [niece],
1864(?)

Box 55: folder 8
Hale, Lucretia Peabody [sister],
1838-70

Box 55: folder 9-10
Hale, Nathan, Sr. [father],
1838-54

Box 55: folder 11
Hale, Sarah Everett [sister],
1834-50, n.d.

Box 55: folder 12-13
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [mother],
1835(?)-65

Box 55: folder 14-20
Hale, Susan [sister],
1854-69

Box 55: folder 21
Fragments,
n.d.

Box 55: folder 22
Non-family,
1842-69, n.d.

Box 55: folder 23
Correspondence, incoming



Hawthorne, Nathaniel,
n.d.

Box 55: folder 24
Story, William Wetmore,
1851

Box 55: folder 25
Sumner, Charles,
n.d.

Box 55: folder 26
Publishers,
1843, 1869

Box 55: folder 27
Writings



Diaries, trips,
1841-48, 1860

Box 55: folder 28
Miscellaneous,
1832-49, n.d.

Box 55: folder 29
Hale, Sarah Everett (1817-1851)



Bible,
1840

Box 56: folder 1
"Extract Book": commonplace book,
circa 1827-50

Box 56: folder 2
Correspondence, outgoing



Everett, Alexander Hill [uncle],
1842

Box 57: folder 1
Everett, Charlotte (Brooks) [aunt],
1844-45, n.d.

Box 57: folder 2
Everett, Lucretia (Peabody) [aunt],
1846-51

Box 57: folder 3
Hale groups,
1846-48

Box 57: folder 4
Hale, Alexander "Elly" [brother],
1845-50

Box 57: folder 5-6
Hale, Charles,
1848-49

Box 57: folder 7
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [brother and sister-in-law],
1835-51

Box 57: folder 8-15
Hale, Lucretia Peabody [sister],
1837-51

Box 57: folder 16-19
Hale, Nathan, Jr. [brother],
1836-49

Box 57: folder 20-24
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [mother],
1838-51

Box 57: folder 25-28
Hale, Susan [sister],
1838-50

Box 57: folder 29
Correspondence, incoming: Channing, M.,
1840?

Box 57: folder 30
Writings, miscellaneous,
1827, 1829

Box 57: folder 31
Hale, Susan (1833-1910)



Biographical materials and memorabilia



General,
1892-1984, n.d.

Box 58: folder 1
Memorabilia,
1862-1901

Box 58: folder 2
Readings and skits,
1890, n.d.

Box 58: folder 3
Artwork



Note:
Sketches,
1840-63, n.d.

Box 58: folder 4
Watercolors



Miscellaneous,
1864-86, n.d.

Box 58: folder 5-6
Wildflowers of the Holy Land,
1868

Box 58: folder 7
Sketchbooks



1863

Box 58: folder 8
(landscapes)
1865

Box 59: folder 1
(Egypt)
1868, 1887, n.d.

Box 59: folder 2
(flowers)
n.d.

Box 59: folder 3
(miscellaneous)
n.d.

Box 59: folder 4
(landscapes)
n.d.

Box 59: folder 5
Correspondence, outgoing



Church, E.A.,
1903-06

Box 59: folder 6
Hale groups,
1842-57, 1868-1910

Box 59: folder 7-12
Hale, Alexander "Elly" [brother],
1849-50

Box 59: folder 13
Hale, Charles [brother]



1846-60

Box 59: folder 14-15
1861-81, n.d.

Box 60: folder 1-8
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [brother and sister-in-law],
1842?-1907

Box 60: folder 9-17
Hale, Edward Everett, Jr. [nephew],
1879-90

Box 60: folder 18-20
Hale, Ellen Day [niece],
1868-1910, n.d.

Box 61: folder 1-13
Hale, Herbert Dudley [nephew],
1875, 1892

Box 61: folder 14
Hale, Lucretia Peabody [sister]



1847-73, 1876-80

Box 61: folder 15-22
1881-96

Box 62: folder 1-16
1897-1901, n.d.

Box 63: folder 1-3
Hale, Nathan, Sr. [father],
1850

Box 63: folder 4
Hale, Nathan, Jr. [brother],
1853-70, n.d.

Box 63: folder 5
Hale, Philip Leslie [nephew] and Lilian (Westcott),
1885-1902

Box 63: folder 6
Hale, Sarah Everett [sister],
1842-50, n.d.

Box 63: folder 7
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [mother],
1847-68

Box 63: folder 8-12
Unidentified fragments,
n.d.

Box 63: folder 13
Miscellaneous,
1868-1910

Box 63: folder 14
Correspondence, incoming,
1872, 1890-91

Box 63: folder 15
Writings



Diary



1889

Box 63: folder 16
1890-91

Box 63: folder 17
"The Emblem: A Mystic Romance" ms. of Ch. I, "The Gloomy Chamber,"
n.d.

Box 63: folder 18
"The Novel of the Nile" written by Charles, Lucretia, and Susan Hale on Nile trip,manuscript
1867-68:

Box 63: folder 19-27
"The Press": ms.,
n.d.

Box 63: folder 28
"What the Owl Saw in the Woods,"
n.d.

Box 63: folder 29
Royalty statements,
1888-1904

Box 63: folder 30
Volumes



A Family Flight Around Home. Part Second by Edward Everett Hale and Susan Hale (Boston: D. Lothrop Company,
1884)

Box 63
Letters of Susan Hale edited by Caroline P. Atkinson with an introduction by Edward Everett Hale. (Boston: Marshall Jones Company,
1919)

Box 63
Generation IV



Hale, Arthur (1859-1939)



General,
1880-1903, n.d.

Box 64: folder 1
Correspondence, outgoing



Hale groups,
1872-1931

Box 64: folder 2
Hale, Edward Everett [father]



1872-92

Box 64: folder 3-22
1897-1909, n.d.

Box 65: folder 1-9
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [parents],
1872-1904, n.d.

Box 65: folder 10
Hale, Edward Everett, Jr. [brother],
1875-78

Box 65: folder 11
Hale, Ellen Day [sister]



1872-1917

Box 65: folder 12-22
1918-39, n.d.

Box 66: folder 1-10
Hale, Emily (Perkins) [mother]



1872-92

Box 66: folder 11-19
1893-1913, n.d.

Box 67: folder 1-6
Hale, Herbert Dudley [brother],
1875-82

Box 67: folder 7
Hale, Philip Leslie [brother],
1883-1914

Box 67: folder 8
Hale, Robert Beverly [brother],
1883-94

Box 67: folder 9
Miscellaneous,
1872-1935, n.d.

Box 67: folder 10
Correspondence, incoming,
1877-1938, n.d.

Box 67: folder 11
Writings: poems,
1859-1939

Box 67: folder 12
Hale, Camilla (Conner) [Mrs. Arthur]: letters to Hales,
n.d.

Box 67: folder 13
Hale, Charles Alexander (1861-67): letters to Ellen Day Hale,
1867

Box 67: folder 14
Hale, Edward Everett, Jr. (1863-1932) "Jack"



Biographical materials and memorabilia



General,
1873, 1883-1972, n.d.

Box 68: folder 1
Clippings re: campaign for Congress,
1912

Box 68: folder 2
Artwork,
circa 1868, n.d.

Box 68: folder 3
Notes,
n.d.

Box 68: folder 4
The Union College I Remember, 1902-46 by Charles Newman Waldron


Box 68: folder 5
Correspondence, outgoing



Crane, Stephen (photocopy),
1895

Box 68: folder 6
Hale, Arthur [brother],
1904, 1926

Box 68: folder 7
Hale, Edward Everett [father]



1872-99

Box 68: folder 8-13
1900-09, n.d.

Box 69: folder 1-4
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [parents],
1873-1908

Box 69: folder 5
Hale, Ellen Day [sister]



1879-1932, n.d.

Box 69: folder 6-16
n.d.

Box 70: folder 1-2
Hale, Emily (Perkins) [mother],
1873-1914, n.d.

Box 70: folder 3-14
Hale, Herbert Dudley [brother],
1880, n.d.

Box 70: folder 15
Hale, Lilian (Westcott) [sister-in-law],
1902, 1931-32

Box 70: folder 16
Hale, Nancy [niece],
1928-29

Box 70: folder 17
Hale, Philip Leslie [brother],
1927

Box 70: folder 18
Miscellaneous,
1884, 1904, n.d.

Box 70: folder 19
Writings: Life of Edward Everett Hale: correspondence, notes,
1919, n.d.

Box 70: folder 20
Hale, Rose (Perkins) (1866-1963) [Mrs. Edward Everett Hale, Jr.]



Correspondence, outgoing



Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [parents-in-law],
1893-94, 1904, n.d.

Box 70: folder 21
Hale, Ellen Day [sister-in-law],
1919

Box 70: folder 22
Hale, Lilian (Westcott) [sister-in-law],
1917

Box 70: folder 23
Hale, Ellen Day, Lilian (Westcott) Hale, and Philip Leslie Hale



Artwork: letters to Nancy Hale,
1968-88

Box 71: folder 1-2
Note:
Hale, Ellen Day (1855-1940)



Biographical materials and memorabilia



General and miscellaneous,
1788, 1886-1949, n.d.

Box 71: folder 3
Memberships,
1905-19

Box 71: folder 4
Memorabilia,
1862-1909, n.d.

Box 71: folder 5-6
Papers at Archives of American Art,
1978

Box 71: folder 7
Will,
1936-37

Box 71: folder 8
Estate,
1937-41

Box 71: folder 9
Artwork



Correspondence



1877-1934, n.d.

Box 71: folder 10
to Nancy Hale,
1967-88, n.d.

Box 71: folder 11
Re: gift of self portrait to Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,
1987-88

Box 71: folder 12
Clippings and memorabilia,
1878-95, n.d.

Box 71: folder 13
Exhibitions



Richard York Gallery, correspondence, catalog
Oct-Nov 1981:

Box 71: folder 14
"American Women Artists, 1830-1930": correspondence and clippings,
1986

Box 71: folder 15
Dickinson College,
2007

Box 71: folder 15a
Lists,
1930, n.d.

Box 71: folder 16
Photographs,
1981, n.d.

Box 71: folder 17
Sketches, etching, oil, watercolors,
1892, n.d.

Box 71: folder 18
Activities



General correspondence



1902-32, n.d.

Box 71: folder 19
With attorney George Lemist Clark,
1909-15

Box 71: folder 20-22
Responses to advertisement to find a place for a maid,
1918

Box 72: folder 1
School finances for Laura Hale,
1927

Box 72: folder 2
Copyrights, Edward Everett Hale and Lucretia Peabody Hale



General,
1910-37

Box 72: folder 3
Little, Brown & Co.,
1910-37, n.d.

Box 72: folder 4
Evelyn Nordhoff Bindery



General,
1899-1901, n.d.

Box 72: folder 5
Correspondence,
1898-1902, n.d.

Box 72: folder 6-7
Talk re: Evelyn Nordhoff given to Social Reform Club,
1899

Box 72: folder 8
Family papers and artifacts



General,
1910-33

Box 72: folder 9
Clementi piano,
1932-33, n.d.

Box 72: folder 10
Egyptian artifacts,
1931, 1965, n.d.

Box 72: folder 11
Library of Congress, Manuscript Division,
1931-34

Box 72: folder 12
Madigan, Thomas re: autograph collection,
1932-33

Box 72: folder 13
New York State Library re: Edward Everett Hale diaries,
1933

Box 72: folder 14
Financial



General,
1879-1936, n.d.

Box 72: folder 15
Grant from American Unitarian Association,
1936

Box 72: folder 16
Helen Knowlton Subscription Fund: correspondence,
1897

Box 72: folder 17
Real Estate/houses



General,
1908-19, n.d.

Box 72: folder 18
Correspondence with Gasch & Birge/Herman E. Gasch,
1907-36, n.d.

Box 72: folder 19
Folly Cove, Rockport/Gloucester, MA, property



General,
1910-37, n.d.

Box 72: folder 20
Correspondence with attorney Frederick H. Tarr,
1910-32

Box 72: folder 21
William Morris Hunt Memorial Fund



General re: William Morris Hunt,
1879-1982

Box 72: folder 22
Correspondence,
1879-98, n.d.

Box 72: folder 23
Records,
1880, n.d.

Box 72: folder 24
Correspondence, outgoing



Clark, Abigail [secretary to EEH],
1909-12

Box 73: folder 1
Curtis, Miss (re: art schools for women in Paris),
1887

Box 73: folder 2
Hale groups



1873-Nov 1882

Box 73: folder 3-18
Dec 1882-1909

Box 74: folder 1-8
"Brother" (unidentified),
1880-83

Box 74: folder 9
"Grandmama" (unidentified),
1878-83

Box 74: folder 10
Hale, Arthur [brother],
1874-82, 1923

Box 74: folder 11
Hale, Edward Everett [father]



1872-95

Box 74: folder 12-22
1896-1909

Box 75: folder 1-9
Hale Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [parents],
1879-92, n.d.

Box 75: folder 10-12
Hale, Edward Everett, Jr. "Jack" [brother],
1873-84

Box 75: folder 13
Hale, Emily Perkins [mother]



1872-Jul 1882

Box 75: folder 14-18
Sep 1882-1897

Box 76: folder 1-20
1898-1914

Box 77: folder 1-8
Hale, Herbert Dudley "Bertie" [brother],
1878-83

Box 77: folder 9
Hale, Lilian Westcott [sister-in-law],
1902-39, n.d.

Box 77: folder 10-20
Hale, Nancy [niece],
1926

Box 78: folder 1
Hale, Philip Leslie [brother],
1878-1928

Box 78: folder 2
Hale, Robert Beverly "Robby" "Delancey" [brother],
1877-82

Box 78: folder 3
Hale, Susan [aunt],
1886

Box 78: folder 4
Miscellaneous,
1878-1924

Box 78: folder 5
Correspondence, incoming



A,
1891-1935, n.d.

Box 78: folder 6
B,
1877-1934, n.d.

Box 78: folder 7
Beaux, Cecilia,
1891-1931

Box 78: folder 8
Berenson, Mary,
1904

Box 78: folder 9
C,
1906-35, n.d.

Box 78: folder 10
Clark, Abigail,
1909-17, n.d.

Box 78: folder 11-12
Clements, Gabrielle,
1907-33

Box 78: folder 13-15
D,
1904-35, n.d.

Box 78: folder 16
E,
1874-1933

Box 78: folder 17
F,
1910-11, n.d.

Box 78: folder 18
Fields, Annie,
1886

Box 78: folder 19
G,
1882-1913, n.d.

Box 78: folder 20
Garfield, Helen N.,
1906-13

Box 78: folder 21
H,
1907-34, n.d.

Box 78: folder 22
Hall, Betsy,
1908, n.d.

Box 78: folder 23
Hoar, George F.,
1897

Box 78: folder 24
Holman's Print Shop,
1933-35

Box 78: folder 25
Hunt, William Morris,
1878, n.d.

Box 78: folder 26
I-J,
1905-34, n.d.

Box 78: folder 27
Jewett, Sarah Orne,
1891, n.d.

Box 78: folder 28
K,
1891-1934, n.d.

Box 78: folder 29
Kroll, Genevieve and Leon,
1933-35, n.d.

Box 78: folder 30
L,
1881-1933, n.d.

Box 78: folder 31
Lodge, Henry Cabot,
1915, 1923

Box 78: folder 32
Loring, Helen J.,
1915-19

Box 78: folder 33
M,
1875-1933, n.d.

Box 78: folder 34
N,
1909, 1914

Box 78: folder 35
Newell, Annie C.,
n.d.

Box 78: folder 36
Nordhoff, Charles,
1898-1901

Box 78: folder 37-38
Nordhoff, Evelyn Hunter,
1891-93

Box 79: folder 1-7
Nordhoff, Evelyn Hunter: etchings, sample of leather work,
n.d.

Box 79: folder 8
Nordhoff, Lida,
1893, n.d.

Box 79: folder 9
P-Q,
1912-31, n.d.

Box 79: folder 10
Page, Annie,
1908-11, 1931

Box 79: folder 11
Page, Lillian A.,
1864-65, 1934-35

Box 79: folder 12
Park, Charles E.,
1928-34

Box 79: folder 13
Pinchot, Gifford and Mary,
1911-24, n.d.

Box 79: folder 14
R,
1909-25

Box 79: folder 15
Ronka, Louis S. and Arne,
1932-35

Box 79: folder 16
Roosevelt, Edith Kermit and secretary,
1906

Box 79: folder 17
S,
1902-34, n.d.

Box 79: folder 18
Seymour, George Dudley,
1921-25

Box 79: folder 19
Smith, Maverette G.,
1908-12, n.d.

Box 79: folder 20
T-W,
1909-33, n.d.

Box 79: folder 21
White, Eliza Orne,
1883-1917, 1932-36, n.d.

Box 79: folder 22-25
Y,
1911, n.d.

Box 79: folder 26
Unidentified and fragments,
1907-33, n.d.

Box 79: folder 27
Originals of correspondence to family from Europe,
1881-83.

Box 80-81
Note:

[USE PHOTOCOPIES IN BOXES 73-77]

Speeches and writings



Diaries,
1901, 1904, 1905, 1921

Box 82
Speeches



Leonardo da Vinci: text and notes,
n.d.

Box 83: folder 1
Lucretia P. Hale, the Author of the Peterkins (The Literary Society, Washington, DC,
1926)


manuscript


Box 83: folder 2
typescript


Box 83: folder 3
William Morris Hunt,
n.d.

Box 83: folder 4
Sicily,
n.d.

Box 83: folder 5
Writings



Poems,
1891, 1913, n.d.

Box 83: folder 6
Epistolary fiction re: Americans in Italy,
n.d.


manuscript


Box 83: folder 7
typescript


Box 83: folder 8
Miscellaneous: notebook,
n.d.

Box 83: folder 9
Stories and essays



Re: art student in France,
n.d.

Box 83: folder 10
Re: travelling west in the U.S.,
n.d.

Box 83: folder 11
Re: art students visiting Cape Ann quarries,
n.d.

Box 83: folder 12
Etching,
n.d.

Box 83: folder 13
"Christmas Shoes and Stockings,"
n.d.

Box 83: folder 14
"For the Honor of the Class,"
n.d.

Box 83: folder 15
"Lucretia Peabody Hale,"
circa 1926

Box 83: folder 16
"A Pilgrimage to Mont St. Michel,"
n.d.

Box 83: folder 17
"A Week in France,"
n.d.

Box 83: folder 18
Notebook with "story written for her father," a piece about the work of Gabrielle Clements, and Finnish language exercises,
n.d.

Box 83: folder 19
Published



Miscellaneous,
1883, 1890

Box 83: folder 20
Articles re: France in Traveller,
1882-85

Box 83: folder 21
"History of Art," National Bureau of Unity Clubs leaflet no.
14, 1888

Box 83: folder 22
Ellen Day Hale (1855-1940) and Gabrielle Clements De Vaux (1858-1948): correspondence (from others),
1916-32

Box 84: folder 1
Gabrielle Clements De Vaux (1858-1948)



General,
1948, n.d.

Box 84: folder 2
Correspondence



General,
1910-38, n.d.

Box 84: folder 3
From Ellen Day Hale,
1913-19

Box 84: folder 4
Hale, Henry Kidder (1869-76): certificate of baptism,
1869

Box 85: folder 1
Hale, Herbert Dudley (1866-1908) "Bertie"



Biographical materials and memorabilia



Death: condolence letters,
1908

Box 85: folder 2
Education



General,
1877-91

Box 85: folder 3
Harvard College,
1886-88

Box 85: folder 4
Notebooks,
1886, n.d.

Box 85: folder 5
Scrapbook,
n.d.

Box 85: folder 6
Drawings,
n.d.

Box 85: folder 7
Correspondence, outgoing



Hale, Edward Everett [father],
1873-1908, n.d.

Box 85: folder 8-16
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [parents],
1884-1906

Box 86: folder 1
Hale, Ellen Day [sister],
1876-1904

Box 86: folder 2
Hale, Emily (Perkins) [mother],
1873-1908

Box 86: folder 3-6
Miscellaneous,
1879-92, n.d.

Box 86: folder 7
Correspondence, incoming



Miscellaneous,
1886-1902, n.d.

Box 86: folder 8
Re: engagement,
1891

Box 86: folder 9
Hale, Margaret Curzon (Marquand) (1872-1948) [Mrs. Herbert Dudley Hale]



Correspondence, outgoing



Hale, Edward Everett [father-in-law],
1891-1902, n.d.

Box 86: folder 10
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [parents-in-law],
1908-09

Box 86: folder 11
Hale, Emily (Perkins) [mother-in-law],
1892-1909

Box 86: folder 12-14
Miscellaneous Hales,
1902, 1932, n.d.

Box 86: folder 15
Family home: Curzon Mill, Newburyport, MA,
1948

Box 86: folder 16
Hale, Philip Leslie (1865-1931) and Lilian (Westcott) (1881-1963)



Artwork



Note:
Clippings,
1911-77

Box 87: folder 1
Correspondence
1936-88, n.d.

Box 87: folder 2-3
Exhibitions,
1970

Box 87: folder 4
Correspondence



General,
1928, n.d.

Box 87: folder 5
Butler, Theodore Earl and Alice (Monet),
1907-25, n.d.

Box 87: folder 6
Financial: stock record,
1929-51

Box 87: folder 7
Memorabilia,
1929, n.d.

Box 87: folder 8
Wedding: clipping and invitation,
1902

Box 87: folder 9
Hale, Philip Leslie (1865-1931)



Biographical materials and memorabilia



Biographical sketches and genealogy,
1932-77, n.d.

Box 88: folder 1
Biographical article: "Philip Leslie Hale: His Life" by Rob Leith,
n.d.

Box 88: folder 2
Death



Arrangements and funeral,
1931

Box 88: folder 3
Obituaries,
1931

Box 88: folder 4
Financial



General,
1931

Box 88: folder 5
Estate checkbook,
1931

Box 88: folder 6
Memorabilia,
1865-1933, n.d.

Box 88: folder 7
Papers at Archives of American Art,
1964-75, n.d.

Box 88: folder 8
Scrapbook compiled circa 1931 (containing items
circa 1867-1931)

Box 88: folder 9
Artwork



General and clippings,
1908-87, n.d.

Box 89: folder 1
Correspondence,
1908-88, n.d.

Box 89: folder 2-4
Exhibitions



General,
1910-75, n.d.

Box 89: folder 5
Memorial Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,
1931

Box 89: folder 6
Vose Galleries, Boston,
1966

Box 89: folder 7
Vose Galleries, Boston,
1988

Box 89: folder 8
Lists of paintings and drawings,
1930, 1965,n.d.

Box 89: folder 9
Notes, miscellaneous,
n.d.

Box 89: folder 10
Photographs of paintings and drawings,
1980, n.d.

Box 89: folder 11
Photographs of Memorial Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,
1931

Box 89: folder 12
Correspondence, outgoing



Hales, miscellaneous,
1875-1902

Box 90: folder 1
Hale, Edward Everett [father],
1873-1908

Box 90: folder 2-7
Hale, Ellen Day [sister],
1873-1930, n.d.

Box 90: folder 3-12
Hale, Emily (Perkins) [mother],
1873-1902

Box 90: folder 13-15
Hale, Lilian (Westcott) [wife]



1901

Box 90: folder 16-17
1902-30, n.d.

Box 91: folder 1-12
Hale, Nancy [daughter]



circa 1910-1930

Box 91: folder 13-17
(including some typed copies)
1930 (cont'd)-31, n.d.

Box 92: folder 1-6
Hardin, Taylor Scott [son-in-law],
1929-30

Box 92: folder 7
Westcott, Harriet (Clark) [mother-in-law],
1907, 1918, 1928

Box 92: folder 8
Miscellaneous,
1895, 1923, n.d.

Box 92: folder 9
Correspondence, incoming



Almy, Frederic,
1917-20

Box 92: folder 10
Butler, Theodore Earl,
1897-1906, n.d.

Box 92: folder 11
Fenway Studios maids,
1929, 1931

Box 92: folder 12
Hardin, Taylor Scott [son-in-law],
1928-31

Box 92: folder 13
Presbitero, Katherine Kinsella,
1930

Box 92: folder 14
Westcott, Harriet (Clark) [mother-in-law],
1928

Box 92: folder 15
Whitman, Walt [typescript],
n.d.

Box 92: folder 16
Miscellaneous,
1898-1931, n.d.

Box 92: folder 17
Condolence letters



To Lilian (Westcott) Hale,
1931

Box 92: folder 18-24
To Nancy Hale,
1931

Box 92: folder 25
Speeches and writings



Notes, miscellaneous,
n.d.

Box 93: folder 1
Speeches



Clippings and publicity,
1920, n.d.

Box 93: folder 2
History of Art, student notes by Ann Hunt,
1928-29

Box 93: folder 3-4
Painting,
n.d.


Botticelli, Ghirlandaijo, Lippi


Box 93: folder 5
Cave Dwellers, Egyptian, Syrian


Box 93: folder 6
Chinese and Japanese


Box 93: folder 7
Cennini


Box 93: folder 8
Copley and Stuart


Box 93: folder 9
da Vinci


Box 93: folder 10
The English School


Box 93: folder 11
Gallery talks


Box 93: folder 12
Giotto


Box 93: folder 13
Grecian Painting


Box 93: folder 14
How to Paint


Box 93: folder 15
Impressionism


Box 93: folder 16
Impressionism and Post-Impressionism


Box 93: folder 17
Masaccio and Mantegna


Box 93: folder 18
Modernists I


Box 93: folder 19
Modernists II


Box 93: folder 20
Raphael


Box 93: folder 21
Titian


Box 93: folder 22
The Van Eycks


Box 93: folder 23
Miscellaneous,
n.d.

Box 93: folder 24
Writings



Articles,
1896-1930

Box 93: folder 25
Correspondence,
1930-47

Box 93: folder 26
Jan Vermeer of Delft (1913; second edition, 1937): publicity, reviews, and essay by Ralph T. Hale,
1913, 1937

Box 93: folder 27
Notes on [Abel] Fullum ("Yankee Handyman"),
n.d.

Box 93: folder 28
Poems,
n.d.

Box 93: folder 29
Hale, Lilian (Westcott) (1880-1963) [Mrs. Philip Leslie]



Biographical materials and memorabilia



Address book and births and deaths record book,
n.d.

Box 94: folder 1
Award and certificate,
1931, n.d.

Box 94: folder 2
Biographical sketches,
1946-59, n.d.

Box 94: folder 3
Calling cards and stationary,
n.d.

Box 94: folder 4
Christmas cards,
1923, n.d.

Box 94: folder 5
Christmas card lists,
1948-63

Box 94: folder 6
Clippings,
1932-49, n.d.

Box 94: folder 7
Death, will,
1959, 1963

Box 94: folder 8
Financial,
1925-28

Box 94: folder 9
Garden,
n.d.

Box 94: folder 10
Household business,
1913-63, n.d.

Box 94: folder 11-13
Passport,
1933

Box 94: folder 14
Memorabilia, miscellaneous,
1885-1937, n.d.

Box 94: folder 15-17
Notebooks, miscellaneous,
n.d.

Box 94: folder 18
Party lists,
n.d.

Box 94: folder 19
Wedding of Nancy Hale and Taylor Scott Hardin,
1928

Box 94: folder 20
Artwork



General and clippings,
1897-1983, n.d.

Box 95: folder 1
Clippings scrapbook,
1908-51

Box 95: folder 2-5
Bookplate for Edith Davies Kingsbury,
1895-97

Box 95: folder 6
Correspondence,
1895-1987, n.d.

Box 95: folder 7-14
Exhibitions



1908-81, n.d.

Box 96: folder 1-2
University of Virginia Museum tea,
1960?

Box 96: folder 3
Memorial exhibitions



Lists of works,
1965-66, n.d.

Box 96: folder 4
Arrangements,
1963-66, n.d.

Box 96: folder 5
Correspondence,
1964-66, n.d.

Box 96: folder 6
Clippings and publicity,
1965-66

Box 96: folder 7
Lists



Paintings (by title of work),
1926-47

Box 96: folder 8
Sales (by title of work),
1908-46

Box 96: folder 9
Sales,
1908-46, n.d.

Box 96: folder 10
Exhibitions (by title of work)



Typescript,
1908-31

Box 96a: folder 1
Draft,
1908-31

Box 96a: folder 2-7
"Nor listed or did not exhibit"


Box 96a: folder 8
Drawings (by title of work),
1919-29

Box 97: folder 1
Notes on press coverage


Box 97: folder 2-2a
Portrait prices,
1928-29, n.d.

Box 97: folder 3
Photographs



List of distribution of photographs of works,
1926-37

Box 97: folder 4
Drawings,
1917, n.d.

Box 97: folder 5
Paintings,
1915, n.d.

Box 97: folder 6
Portraits,
n.d.


Sons-in-law,
n.d.

Box 97: folder 7
Great-granddaughters,
n.d.

Box 97: folder 8
Grandsons,
n.d.

Box 97: folder 9
Lilian W. Hale (self-portrait),
n.d.

Box 97: folder 10
Nancy Hale (daughter),
n.d.

Box 97: folder 11
Harriet C. Westcott (mother),
n.d.

Box 97: folder 12
Adults



Identified/titled works,
n.d.

Box 97: folder 13
Unidentified/untitled works,
n.d.

Box 97: folder 14
Children



Identified/titled works,
n.d.

Box 97: folder 15
Unidentified/untitled works,
n.d.

Box 97: folder 16
Negatives,
n.d.

Box 97: folder 17
Slides,
n.d.

Box 97: folder 18
Correspondence, outgoing



Arnold, Helen (Green),
1959-63

Box 98: folder 1
Clements, Gabrielle,
1916, n.d.

Box 98: folder 2
Hale, Edward Everett [father-in-law],
1902-09

Box 98: folder 3-4
Hale, Ellen Day [sister-in-law],
1904-39, n.d.

Box 98: folder 5-18
Hale, Emily Perkins [mother-in-law],
1902-13

Box 98: folder 19
Hale, Nancy [daughter]



1914-36

Box 98: folder 20-24
1937-49

Box 99: folder 1-16
1950-62, n.d.

Box 100: folder 1-4
Hale, Philip Leslie [husband],
1911-30, n.d.

Box 100: folder 5
Hardin, Rosalie [mother of son-in-law #1],
1927

Box 100: folder 6
Hardin, Taylor Scott [son-in-law #1],?, n.d.
1931-44

Box 100: folder 7
Littell, Anna (Westcott) [sister],
1907-34, n.d.

Box 100: folder 8
Wertenbaker, Charles [son-in-law #2],
1936, 1938

Box 100: folder 9
Wertenbaker, Lael [second? wife of Charles Wertenbaker],
1946-47

Box 100: folder 10
Wertenbaker, William [grandson],
1948-49

Box 100: folder 11
Westcotts/Littells,n. d.
1929,

Box 100: folder 12
Westcott, Edward G. [father],
1887-89, n.d.

Box 100: folder 13
Westcott, Harriet (Clarke) [mother] and Anna (Westcott) Littell [sister],
1906-32, n.d.

Box 100: folder 14
Westcott, Harriet (Clarke) [mother],
1900-31, n.d.

Box 100: folder 15
Miscellaneous,
1919-63, n.d.

Box 100: folder 16
Correspondence, incoming



Agassiz, Mabel,
1949-55

Box 100: folder 17
Arnold, Helen (Green),
1947-59

Box 100: folder 18
Baxter, Molly Upson,
1902-47

Box 100: folder 19-20
Bowers, Fredson [son-in-law #3],
1941-59

Box 100: folder 21
Brooks, Grace,
1920, 1943-50

Box 100: folder 22
Brown, Harold P.,
1908, 1933, 1937

Box 100: folder 23
Butler, Marthe Monet and Theodore Earl,
1904-35

Box 100: folder 24
Cantacuzene, F. Anne,
1924, 1929, n.d.

Box 100: folder 25
Clements, Gabrielle,
1918-45

Box 100: folder 26
Farnsworth, Lucy,
1924-29, n.d.

Box 100: folder 27
Hansell, Harriet Ann (Littell) "Hal" [niece],
1934-63, n.d.

Box 100: folder 28
Hardin, Mark [grandson] and nurses,
1934-61, n.d.

Box 100: folder 29
Hardin, Rosalie [mother of son-in-law #1] and Mark [grandson],
1927-48, n.d.

Box 100: folder 30-31
Hardin, Taylor Scott [son-in-law #1]



1927-34

Box 100: folder 32-33
1935-55, n.d.

Box 101: folder 1
Hinkle, Beatrice,
1943

Box 101: folder 2
Kennedy, Edith,
1917-28, n.d.

Box 101: folder 3
Larkin, Ruth, Oliver "Pete," and "Little Pete,"
1937, 1948, n.d.

Box 101: folder 4
Lincoln, Agnes,?, n.d.
1938?-51

Box 101: folder 5
Littell, Anna (Westcott) [sister],
1900-63, n.d.

Box 101: folder 6-15
Littell, Elton [brother-in-law],
1944-61, n.d.

Box 101: folder 16
Loomis, Ellen



1911-45

Box 101: folder 17
1946-55, n.d.

Box 102: folder 1-2
McFadden, Frances,
1943?, n.d.

Box 102: folder 3
Monet, Alice,
1904

Box 102: folder 4
Nickerson, Beatrice,
1933-36, n.d.

Box 102: folder 5
Perkins, Elizabeth (Nowell) and Edna,
1940-57

Box 102: folder 6
Sarton, Mabel and
May, 1944-53

Box 102: folder 7
Wertenbaker, Charles Christian [son-in-law #2],
1935-46

Box 102: folder 8
Wertenbaker, Lael [second? wife of son-in-law #2],
1944-50

Box 102: folder 9
Wertenbaker, William [grandson] and nurses,
1942-57, n.d.

Box 102: folder 10-11
Westcott, Edward G. [father],
1887

Box 102: folder 12
Westcott, Harriet (Clarke) [mother],
1900-32, n.d.

Box 102: folder 13-17
White, Eliza Orne,
1934-46

Box 102: folder 18
Miscellaneous re engagement,
1902

Box 102: folder 19
Miscellaneous, A-Z,
1909-62, n.d.

Box 102: folder 20
Miscellaneous, unidentified,
1919-58, n.d.

Box 102: folder 21
Condolence to Nancy Hale,
1963-64

Box 103: folder 1-6
Diaries



Notes on visits to London museums,
1904

Box 104: folder 1
Notes after death of Philip Leslie Hale,
Jan-Jun 1931

Box 104: folder 2
1932-1933, 1936-39, 1941-49, 1952-62

Box 104: folder 3-12
Hale, Robert Beverly (1869-95) "Robbie"



Biographical materials and memorabilia



Birthday book,
1880

Box 105: folder 1
Education



Miscellaneous notebooks,
1882, n.d.

Box 105: folder 2
Roxbury Latin School,
1883-87, n.d.

Box 105: folder 3
Harvard College



General,
1887-91

Box 105: folder 4
Chemistry 1 notebook,
1890

Box 105: folder 5
Themes,
1887-90

Box 105: folder 6
Memorial Library, Matunuck, RI,
1897-1967

Box 105: folder 7
Memorabilia,
1870-94, n.d.

Box 105: folder 8
Scrapbook: "R.B. Hale's and J.F. Gray's Autographs of Prominent Females,"
1884-85, n.d.

Box 105: folder 9
Correspondence, outgoing



Hale, Edward Everett [father],
1873-95

Box 105: folder 10-12
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [parents],
1892

Box 105: folder 13
Hale, Ellen Day [sister],
1877-95, n.d.

Box 105: folder 14-15
Hale, Emily (Perkins) [mother],
1877-95, n.d.

Box 105: folder 16
Hale, Lucretia and Susan [aunts],
1890, 1892

Box 105: folder 17
Hale brothers,
1890, n.d.

Box 105: folder 18
Correspondence: letters of introduction,
1894-95, n.d.

Box 105: folder 19
Writings



Diaries



1883(?)

Box 106: folder 1
"Journal of R.B. Hale and G.W. Lee on a journey to the White Mts. on foot,"
Sep 1886

Box 106: folder 2
1887

Box 106: folder 3
Correspondence



General,
1893-95

Box 106: folder 4
Letters of acceptance,
1891-95

Box 106: folder 5-6
Refusals,
1891-95

Box 106: folder 7-9
List of articles by R.B. Hale,
27 Apr 1892

Box 106: folder 10
Poems,
1892-96, n.d.

Box 106: folder 11
Scrapbook "Literary Criticisms in Commonwealth,"
1892-94

Box 106: folder 12
Stories and essays,
1895-96, n.d.

Box 106: folder 13
Notebook,
n.d.

Box 106: folder 14
Volume: Six Stories and Some Verses. (Boston: J.M. Bowles Publisher,
1896)

Box 106: folder 15
Generations V and VI



Diederich, Sybil (Hale) and Kurt [daughter and son-in-law of Arthur and Camilla (Connor) Hale]



General,
1900, n.d.

Box 107: folder 1
Correspondence to Hales,
1897-1907, n.d.

Box 107: folder 2
Hale, Edward Everett III [son of Herbert Dudley and Margaret (Marquand) Hale]: letters to Ellen Day Hale [aunt],
1918-20

Box 107: folder 3
Hale, Herbert Dudley, Jr. [son of Herbert Dudley and Margaret (Marquand) Hale]: General,
1901-09, 1916

Box 107: folder 4
Hale, Laura (Hale) [daughter of Herbert Dudley and Margaret (Marquand) Hale]: letters to Ellen Day Hale,
1920-27

Box 107: folder 5
Hale, Maurice Perkins [son of Edward Everett Hale, Jr. and Rose (Perkins) Hale]: letters to Hales,
1923, 1932, n.d.

Box 107: folder 6
Hale, Nathan and Lillian (Boynton) [son and daughter-in-law of Edward Everett Hale, Jr. and Rose (Perkins) Hale]


Box 107
General,
1947-86, n.d.

Box 107: folder 7
Correspondence



Nathan to Ellen Day Hale,
1917-18

Box 107: folder 8
Lillian to Ellen Day Hale and Gabrielle Clements,
1935, 1949, n.d.

Box 107: folder 9
Hale, Nathan [son of Nathan and Lillian (Boynton) Hale]: clipping,
1976

Box 107: folder 10
Hale, Robert Beverly ( -1985) [son of Herbert Dudley and Margaret (Marquand) Hale]



General,
1948-85

Box 107: folder 11
Letters to Ellen Day Hale,
1934, n.d.

Box 107: folder 12
Hale, Thomas Shaw [son of Edward Everett Hale, Jr and Rose (Perkins) Hale]: letters to Ellen Day Hale,
1930-34

Box 107: folder 13
Noble, Elsa (Diederich) [daughter of Sybil (Hale) Diederich]



Letters to Lilian (Westcott) Hale, Ellen Day Hale, and Gabrielle Clements,
1938, n.d.

Box 107: folder 14
Estate,
1972-78

Box 107: folder 15
Thorne, Margaret (Hale) [daughter of Herbert Dudley and Margaret (Marquand) Hale]: correspondence



To Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) Hale,
1902-09

Box 107: folder 16
To Ellen Day Hale and Gabrielle Clements,
1910-35

Box 107: folder 17
Unidentified Hale Family fragments,
n.d.

Box 107: folder 18
Miscellaneous papers



General,
1781-1916, n.d.

Box 107: folder 19
Composition (incomplete) on the first Battle of Bull Run (possibly a Westcott item),
1863

Box 107: folder 20
Handmade newspaper The Herald, No. 5 and No. 7,
1813, n.d.

Box 107: folder 21
Japanese prints,
n.d.

Box 107: folder 22
Liberty Loan Committee of New England postcard series,
circa 1918

Box 107: folder 23
Society for Propagating the Gospel Among Indians, and others, of North America: reports,
1795-98

Box 107: folder 24
Typescript of journal of William Sydney Thayer (friend of Charles Hale),
1852-63

Box 107: folder 25
Story by Rose Zeffler (friend of and model for Philip L. and Lilian W. Hale),
circa 1913

Box 107: folder 26
BEECHER FAMILY



General and genealogy,
n.d.

Box 108: folder 1
Correspondence



Miscellaneous,
1857, 1873(?)

Box 108: folder 2
Beecher, Catharine E. to Harriet (Beecher) Stowe and Mary (Beecher) Perkins [sisters],
n.d.

Box 108: folder 3
Beecher, Charles to Ellen Day Hale [great niece],
1892

Box 108: folder 4
GILMAN FAMILY



Correspondence, miscellaneous,
1836-1915, n.d.

Box 108: folder 5
Gilman, Charlotte (Perkins)



Lecture flyer,
n.d.

Box 108: folder 6
Correspondence to Hales,
1885-1934

Box 108: folder 7
Gilman, Frances: correspondence to Hales,
1896

Box 108: folder 8
Gilman, Kate (Perkins)



Correspondence to Emily (Perkins) Hale [sister],
1873

Box 108: folder 9
Correspondence to Mary (Beecher) Perkins [mother],
1857

Box 108: folder 10
Gilman, Maria P.: correspondence to Emily (Perkins) Hale,
1900

Box 108: folder 11
HOOKER FAMILY



Correspondence, miscellaneous,
1911

Box 108: folder 12
Hooker, Isabella (Beecher)



Chicago World's Fair,
1893

Box 108: folder 13
Correspondence



Emily (Perkins) Hale [niece],
1893-1902

Box 108: folder 14
Harriet (Beecher) Stowe and Mary (Beecher) Perkins [sisters],
1857

Box 108: folder 15
Lilian Westcott [Hale], [great niece],
1902

Box 108: folder 16
Hooker, John: letters to Mary (Beecher) Perkins [sister-in-law],
1857

Box 108: folder 17
Hooker, Mary: letters to Harriet (Beecher) Stowe [aunt],
n.d.

Box 108: folder 18
PERKINS FAMILY



Correspondence, miscellaneous,
1852, 1907, n.d.

Box 108: folder 19
Perkins, Charles E. letters to Mary (Beecher) Perkins [mother],
1856-57

Box 108: folder 20
Perkins, Frances to Emily (Perkins) Hale [sister-in-law],
1895

Box 108: folder 21
Perkins, Frederick B.: correspondence



Ellen Day Hale [niece],
1872

Box 108: folder 22
Mary (Beecher) Perkins [mother],
1856

Box 108: folder 23
Perkins, Lucy: letters to Mary (Beecher) Perkins [mother],
n.d.

Box 108: folder 24
Perkins, Mary (Beecher)



Notebook,
1827

Box 108: folder 25
Correspondence



Emily (Perkins) Baldwin [sister-in-law],
1830-35, n.d.

Box 108: folder 26
Foote, Eliza [cousin?],
1844

Box 108: folder 27
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) [son-in-law and daughter],
n.d.

Box 108: folder 28
Hale, Ellen Day [granddaughter],
1862, n.d.

Box 108: folder 29
Perkins, Mary R.: letters to Emily (Perkins) Hale,
1899

Box 108: folder 30
Perkins, Thomas Clap



Obituaries,
1872

Box 108: folder 31
Letters to Ellen Day Hale [granddaughter],
1860, 1863

Box 108: folder 32
STOWE FAMILY



General,
1970, n.d.

Box 108: folder 33
Stowe, Eliza: letters to Emily (Perkins) Hale [cousin],
1898

Box 108: folder 34
Stowe, Harriet (Beecher): letters to Ellen Day Hale [niece],
1889

Box 108: folder 35
EVERETT FAMILY



Generation I



Everett, Oliver (1752-1802): Humane Society of Massachusetts membership certificate,
1791

Box 109: folder 1
Note:
Everett, Lucy (Hill) (1768-1824)



Correspondence



To Alexander Hill and Lucretia Orne (Peabody) Everett [son and daughter-in-law],
1816-21

Box 109: folder 2
From Mrs. Torry,
n.d.

Box 109: folder 3
Generation II



Everett, Alexander Hill (1790-1847)



General,
1847-1981

Box 109: folder 4
Correspondence, outgoing



Batchelder, Samuel,
1808

Box 109: folder 5
Eustis, William,
1816

Box 109: folder 6
Everett, Edward [brother],
1822-26

Box 109: folder 7
Everett, Enoch [brother],
1816

Box 109: folder 8
Everett, Lucy (Hill) [mother],
1806-22

Box 109: folder 9-18
Hale, Edward Everett [nephew],
1844-47

Box 109: folder 19
Hale, Nathan, Sr. [brother-in-law],
1818-44

Box 109: folder 20
Hale, Nathan, Jr. [nephew],
1841-42

Box 110: folder 1
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [sister],
1811-47

Box 110: folder 2-10
Hale, Sarah Everett and Susan [nieces],
1841-42

Box 110: folder 11
Ward, Thomas W.,
1844

Box 110: folder 12
Correspondence, incoming



Adams, John Quincy,
1808

Box 110: folder 13
Batchelder, Samuel,
1808

Box 110: folder 14
Drojat, Francois,
1826

Box 110: folder 15
Forsyth, John,
1840

Box 110: folder 16
Kennedy, J.,
1840

Box 110: folder 17
Slidell, Alexander,
1827

Box 110: folder 18
Writings



Diary,
1838-39

Box 110: folder 19
Financial records,
1846-50

Box 110: folder 20
Manuscript "Ch. IV: First Settlement of Virginia continued,"
n.d.

Box 110: folder 21
Everett, Lucretia Orne (Peabody) (1786-1862)



Correspondence, outgoing



Everett, Lucy (Hill) [mother-in-law],
1818-23

Box 110: folder 22
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [sister-in-law]



1816-46

Box 110: folder 23-30
1847-50

Box 111: folder 1
?, Lucia,
1823

Box 111: folder 2
Everett, Edward (1794-1865)



General,
1834-1941

Box 111: folder 3
"Address at the Consecration of the Cemetary at Gettysburg,"
1853

Box 111: folder 4
Correspondence, outgoing



Everett, John [brother],
n.d.

Box 111: folder 5
Hale, Charles [nephew],
1855

Box 111: folder 6
Hale, Edward Everett [nephew],
1840-56

Box 111: folder 7
Hale, Nathan, Sr. [brother-in-law],
1818-56

Box 111: folder 8
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [sister],
1815-16, 1856

Box 111: folder 9
Correspondence, incoming: Tyler, John,
1843

Box 111: folder 10
Everett, Charlotte (Brooks) (1800-1859): correspondence to Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [sister-in-law],
1827, 1832

Box 111: folder 11
Everett, John (1801-26)



General,
1826, n.d.

Box 111: folder 12
Financial,
1822

Box 111: folder 13
Activities



Boston Debate Society,
1825

Box 111: folder 14
Transylvania University, Professor of Greek,
1819-20

Box 111: folder 15
Harvard Law School,
1823-25

Box 111: folder 16
Law practice,
1823-24, n.d.

Box 111: folder 17
Political matters,
n.d.

Box 111: folder 18
Correspondence, outgoing



Bronson, Oliver,
n.d.

Box 111: folder 19
[Durivage], Lucy (Everett) [sister],
1815?

Box 111: folder 20
Everett, Lucy (Hill) [mother],
1815?, 1819

Box 111: folder 21
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) and Nathan, Sr. [sister and brother-in-law],
1818-20

Box 111: folder 22
Mellen, Grenville,
1820-25

Box 111: folder 23-26
Miscellaneous,
1824-25, n.d.

Box 111: folder 27
Correspondence, incoming



Bronson, Oliver,
1821-25

Box 111: folder 28-31
Elwyn, John L.,
1824

Box 112: folder 1
Lyman, Charles,
1819-21

Box 112: folder 2
Walker, Charles, Jr.,
1820-23

Box 112: folder 3-5
Miscellaneous,
1822-24

Box 112: folder 6
Writings



Miscellaneous,
n.d.

Box 112: folder 7
On American literature and education,
circa 1820

Box 112: folder 8
Verses,
circa 1819-20

Box 112: folder 9
Durivage, Lucy (Everett) (1791-circa 1864): correspondence to Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [sister],
1822?-51

Box 112: folder 10
Everett, Oliver, Jr. (1788-1864): correspondence to Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) and Nathan, Sr. [sister and brother-in-law],
1827-43

Box 112: folder 11
Everett, Ann (Gardner) (1784-1840): correspondence to Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [sister-in-law],
1828-29

Box 112: folder 12
Everett, Thomas



Correspondence



To family,
1816

Box 112: folder 13
To Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [sister],
1816, 1829, 1830

Box 112: folder 14
Generation III



Buffum, Relief (Everett) (1814-1902): correspondence to Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett) [aunt],
1837

Box 112: folder 15
Durivage, Francis Alexander (1814-81): correspondence to Hale, Nathan, Jr. [cousin],
1829

Box 112: folder 16
Everett, William (1839-1910): correspondence to Hale, Edward Everett [cousin],
1888

Box 112: folder 17
HILL FAMILY



Hill, Alexander: correspondence from Sullivan, James,
1797

Box 112: folder 18
WESTCOTT FAMILY



General,
1873, n.d.

Box 113: folder 1
Genealogy



General,
1931-34, n.d.

Box 113: folder 2
Stukeley Westcote and Some of His Descendants,
circa 1890

Box 113: folder 3
Westcott, Edward Gardner [father of Lilian (Westcott) Hale]



General,
1847-76

Box 113: folder 4
Death,
1898

Box 113: folder 5
Lee Arms Company



General,
1894-97

Box 113: folder 6-7
Correspondence re: sale of patents on guns



A-T,
1896-97

Box 113: folder 8-21
W-Z,
1896-97

Box 114: folder 1-3
Westcott, Harriet (Clarke) [mother of Lilian (Westcott) Hale]



General,
1931?, n.d.

Box 114: folder 4
Correspondence



Miscellaneous,
1888, n.d.

Box 114: folder 5
From Chase, William Merritt (re Lilian),
1898

Box 114: folder 6
From Hale, Philip Leslie [son-in-law],
n.d.

Box 114: folder 7
From Littell, Elton G. [son-in-law],
1912

Box 114: folder 8
To ?, Julie,
1877

Box 114: folder 9
Education, Ingham University, LeRoy, NY



Catalogs,
1869-72

Box 114: folder 10
Compositions,
1868-69

Box 114: folder 11
Westcott, Mary Dent [sister of Lilian (Westcott) Hale]



General,
1882-86

Box 114: folder 12
Bible,
1885

Box 114
BASSET/CLARKE FAMILY



General,
1896, 1952

Box 114: folder 13
Mary (Basset) Clarke [mother of Harriet (Clarke) Westcott]



Hymnbook,
1845

Box 114
Watercolors,
n.d.

Box 114: folder 14
LITTELL FAMILY



Littell, Anna (Westcott) [sister of Lilian (Westcott) Hale] and Elton G.



General,
1912-61, n.d.

Box 114: folder 15
Correspondence,
1887-1949, n.d.

Box 114: folder 16
Photographs and Visual Images



Family



Beecher family: photographs and statue,
n.d.

Box 115: folder 1
Beecher, Lyman: photograph of portrait by James Henry Beard,
n.d.

Box 115: folder 2
Buffum, Relief (Everett) [Mrs. John]: photograph,
n.d.

Box 115: folder 3
Clarke, Rufus and Mary (Bassett) [parents of Harriet (Clarke) Westcott]: photographs,
n.d.

Box 115: folder 4
Diederich, Sybil (Hale) [daughter of Arthur Hale]: photographs,
1905, n.d.

Box 115: folder 5
Everett, Alexander Hill, 1790-1847 [brother of Sarah PE Hale]: photographs of portrait,
n.d.

Box 115: folder 6
Everett, Edward 1794-1865 [brother of Sarah PE Hale]: photograph, print, print of the library at his Boston house,
n.d.

Box 115: folder 7
Everett, John


Box 115: folder 8
Note:
Everett, William, 1839-1910 [son of Edward Everett]: photographs,
n.d.

Box 115: folder 9
Hale, Arthur: photographs,
1879, 1884, n.d.

Box 115: folder 10
Hale, Camilla (Conner) [Mrs. Arthur]: photograph,
n.d.

Box 115: folder 11
Hale, Charles: photographs, print,
1865?, 1868, n.d.

Box 115: folder 12
Hale, Charles Alexander: photographs,
n.d.

Box 115: folder 13
Hale, Christopher Rose: photographs,
n.d.

Box 115: folder 14
Hale, Edward Everett



Photographs, alone,
1840s-1914 (most undated)

Box 115: folder 15-18
Photograph album,
circa 1901

Box 116: folder 1
Group photographs,
n.d.

Box 116: folder 2
Photographs with his children and grandchildren,
n.d.

Box 116: folder 3
Drawings, engravings, lithographs,
1904, 1909, n.d.

Box 116: folder 4
Photographs of bust and of statue in Boston Public Garden,
n.d.

Box 116: folder 5
Calendar with photographs,
n.d.

Box 116: folder 6
Hale, Edward Everett, Jr.: photographs,
1860s, n.d.

Box 116: folder 7
Hale, Ellen Day



Photographs,
1860s-1933, n.d.

Box 116: folder 8
Drawing and photograph of portrait by Margaret L. Bush-Brown,
1910

Box 116: folder 9
Hale, Emily (Perkins): photographs,
n.d.

Box 116: folder 10
Hale, Henry Kidder: photographs,
1871, n.d.

Box 116: folder 11
Hale, Herbert Dudley: photographs,
n.d.

Box 116: folder 12
Hale, Herbert Dudley, Jr.: photographs,
1899, n.d.

Box 116: folder 13
Hale, Jane (Murcock) [Mrs. Enoch]: photograph,
n.d.

Box 116: folder 14
Hale, John, 1748-1802 [brother of Enoch and Nathan the patriot]: photograph of portrait,
n.d.

Box 116: folder 15
Hale, Laura (Hale): photograph,
n.d.

Box 117: folder 1
Hale, Lilian (Westcott)



Photographs,
1880s-1960s

Box 117: folder 2-4
Photographs with Nancy Hale and Mark Hardin(?),
circa 1910-61

Box 117: folder 5
Drawings, photographs of bust,
1946, n.d.

Box 117: folder 6
Hale, Lucretia Peabody: photographs,
1860s, n.d.

Box 117: folder 7
Hale, Margaret (Marquand) and Matty Brooks Brown: photograph,
1887

Box 117: folder 8
Hale, Maurice Perkins: photographs,
n.d.

Box 117: folder 9
Hale, Nathan, 1755-1776 ("the patriot"): photograph of statue by E.S. Woods, and bust,
n.d.

Box 117: folder 10
Hale, Nathan, Sr.: photographs, print,
n.d.

Box 117: folder 11
Hale, Nathan, Jr.: photographs,
circa 1865, 1870, n.d.

Box 117: folder 12
Hale, Nathan (1930- ) [son of Nathan and Lillian (Boynton) Hale]: photographs,
1932-33

Box 117: folder 13
Hale, Philip Leslie



Photographs,
1860s-1930s

Box 117: folder 14-15
Drawings,
1902, 1911, n.d.

Box 117: folder 16
Hale, Robert Beverly (1869-95): photographs,
1879-86, n.d.

Box 118: folder 1
Hale, Sarah Everett: drawings and photographs of drawings,
circa 1840, n.d.

Box 118: folder 2
Hale, Sarah Preston (Everett): photographs,
n.d.

Box 118: folder 3
Hale, Susan: photographs,
1860s-1908, n.d.

Box 118: folder 4
Hale group photographs



Children of Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) Hale



1860s

Box 118: folder 5
With friends,
1880s

Box 118: folder 6
With friends: tintypes,
1880s

Box 118: folder 7
Miscellaneous,
1840s-1950s, n.d.

Box 118: folder 8-9
Hall, Sybella (Hale): photographs,
1875, n.d.

Box 118: folder 10
Hansell, Harriet Ann (Littell): photographs,
1915?-44, n.d.

Box 118: folder 11
Hooker, Mary (Perkins) and Sidney: photograph,
1897

Box 118: folder 12
Littell, Anna (Westcott): photographs,
1879-1942, n.d.

Box 118: folder 13
Littell, Elton: photographs,
n.d.

Box 118: folder 14
Noble, Elsa (Diederich): photographs,
1925-27, n.d.

Box 119: folder 1
Perkins, Charles E.: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 2
Perkins, Mrs. Edward with sons Henry and Edward: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 3
Perkins, Frederick Beecher: photographs,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 4
Perkins, Mary Foote (Beecher) and Mabel Gilman: photographs,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 5
Stowe, Calvin and Charlie: photograph, engraving,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 6
Stowe, Harriet (Beecher): photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 7
Thorne, Margaret (Hale) (1898-?): photographs,
circa 1912, n.d.

Box 119: folder 8
Thorne, Margaret, Jr., and Gilbert: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 9
Westcott family groups: photographs,
1870s-1918, n.d.

Box 119: folder 10
Westcott, Edward G.: photographs,
1898, n.d.

Box 119: folder 11
Westcott, Harriet (Clarke): photographs,
1862-circa 1930, n.d.

Box 119: folder 12
Westcott, Mary Dent: photographs,
1879, 1885, n.d.

Box 119: folder 13
Friends and associates



Arnold, Helen (Freeman): photographs,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 14
Baxter, Molly (Upson): photographs and photograph of bust,
1910, n.d.

Box 119: folder 15
Bridgeman, Laura: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 16
Burke, Mary (laundress, Dedham, MA): photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 17
Butler, Theodore Earl, Alice (Monet), and children: photographs,
1906, n.d.

Box 119: folder 18
Chamberlain, Beatrice Mary: Christmas card with photograph,
1911

Box 119: folder 19
Channing, W.H.: photograph of portrait,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 20
Child, Lydia Maria: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 21
Codman, Catherine: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 22
Dickens, Charles: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 23
Emerson, Ralph Waldo: photograph, print,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 24
Fairbanks, Charles Warren: photograph,
1905

Box 119: folder 25
Freeman, Harriet E.: photograph,
1907

Box 119: folder 25a
Fullum, Abel (Hale hired man for 2 generations): photographs,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 26
Garrison, Charles, Margaret, and Robert Hale: photographs,
1896-97

Box 119: folder 27
Garrison, William Lloyd: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 28
Hawthorne, Nathaniel (?): photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 29
Hedge, Rev. Dr.: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 30
Holmes, Oliver Wendell: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 31
Hunt, William Morris: photographs,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 32
James, Henry, Sr.: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 33
Keller, Helen: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 34
Kennedy, Bobby and FitzRoy: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 35
Kennedy, Edith (Mrs. Albert): photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 36
Kidder, Henry P.: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 37
Knowlton, Helen M.: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 38
Lagage, Bastien: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 39
Lesley, Susan (Lyman) "the Lady from Philadelphia:" photographs and photograph of drawing,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 40
Lincoln, Abraham: photograph,
n.d.

Box 119: folder 41
Longfellow, Henry Wadworth and Samuel: photographs, lithograph,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 1
Loomis, Ellen and child: photograph,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 2
Lowell, Charles Russell: print, from a crayon portrait by SW Rowse,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 3
McIntyre, Ruth: photo,
1919

Box 120: folder 4
Owen, Robert: print,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 5
Peabody, George: photograph,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 6
Quincy, Josiah (Harvard President): photograph,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 7
Richards, Ellen Swallow: photographs,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 8
Scudder, Horace E. [EEH's "double"]: photograph,
1896

Box 120: folder 9
Thayer, William S.: photograph,
1866

Box 120: folder 10
Tilden, Rev.: photograph,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 11
White, Eliza Orne: photographs,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 12
White, William O.: photograph,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 13
Miscellaneous friends



General: photographs,
1892, n.d.

Box 120: folder 14
Friends of Charles Hale, most unidentified: photographs,
1892, n.d.

Box 120: folder 15
Places



Boston Daily Advertiser building: photograph,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 16
"Charlieshope," Walnut St., Brookline, MA (home of Sarah P.E., Nathan, Jr., Susan, and Lucretia Hale): photograph,
circa 1865

Box 120: folder 17
Enoch Hale House, Westhampton, MA: photograph,
circa 1880

Box 120: folder 18
Folly Cove, Rockport/Gloucester, MA (summer home of Ellen Day Hale, Gabrielle Clements, Lilian (Westcott) Hale)



"The Thickets" (first house): photographs,
1934-36, n.d.

Box 120: folder 19
"Howlets": photographs,
1942-76, n.d.

Box 120: folder 20
Gravesites: photographs,
1988, n.d.

Box 120: folder 21
Hale-Bancroft House, Beverly, MA: photographs,
1900, n.d.

Box 120: folder 22
Hale House, Newbury, MA: photographs,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 23
Hales Place, Tenterden, Kent, England: print, photographs,
1830, n.d.

Box 120: folder 24
Hartland Abbey, Devonshire, England (Stukeley Westcott family seat): postcards, print,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 25
39 Highland St., Roxbury, MA (home of Edward Everett Hale and family): photographs, postcards,
1895, 1905, n.d.

Box 120: folder 26
Matunuck, RI



Summer home of Edward Everett Hale: postcard, photographs,
1967, n.d.

Box 120: folder 27
"Camp Nathan Hale" (summer home of Nathan (1930- ) and Lillian (Boynton) Hale: postcards, photographs,
1967, n.d.

Box 120: folder 28
Robert Beverly Hale Memorial Library: photographs,
1967

Box 120: folder 29
1748 N St., Washington, DC: photograph,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 30
Nathan Hale House, Coventry, CT: photographs, postcard,
1920-21

Box 120: folder 31
Nathan Hale School, New London, CT: postcard,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 32
"Oak Knoll," Danvers, MA: photograph,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 33
"Octorara House," Rowlandsville, MD (home of Camilla (Conner) Hale: photograph,
n.d.

Box 120: folder 34
"Sandy Down," 213 Highland St., Dedham, MA (home of Philip Leslie and Lilian (Westcott) Hale)



Photographs of house,s
1910s-20

Box 120: folder 35
Photographs of garden,s
1910s-40

Box 120: folder 36
Photographs of garden with painters' models,
1920s

Box 121: folder 1
Photographs of environs,
1920s

Box 121: folder 2
South Congregational Church, Boston, MA (parish of Edward Everett Hale): photograph,
n.d.

Box 121: folder 3
Studio of Philip Leslie Hale, The Fenway, Boston, MA: photographs,
n.d.

Box 121: folder 4
Subjects



Arthur Hale's boat "The Teal": photographs,
1918-19

Box 121: folder 5
Civil War photographs, art,
1860s

Box 121: folder 6
Lincoln Memorial statue by Adolph Alexander Weinman, Hodgenville, KY: photographs,
1909

Box 121: folder 7
Miscellaneous and unidentified,
n.d.

Box 121: folder 8
Daguerreotypes, tintypes, and cased images



Everett, Edward: daguerreotype


Box 122
Everett, John: miniature painted portrait done in Lexington, MA (poor condition),
1820

Box 122
Hale, Charles: tintype, and 4 daguerreotypes,
circa 1860s circa 1856

Box 122
Hale, Edward Everett: 3 daguerreotypes,
circa 1840s

Box 123
Hale, Ellen Day: daguerreotype,
circa 1858

Box 123
Hale, Lucretia Peabody: 2 daguerreotypes,
circa 1850s

Box 123
Hale, Nathan, Jr.: daguerreotypes,
circa 1860s

Box 123
Hale, Sarah Everett: daguerreotype of drawing


Box 123
Group daguerreotypes



Hale, Susan and Sarah Preston (Everett),
circa 1840?

Box 123
Hale, Emily (Perkins) and Ellen Day,
circa 1855

Box 124
Hale, Charles Alexander and Arthur,
circa 1865

Box 124
Hale, Susan and Edward Everett Hale,
circa 1850

Box 124
Hale, Charles, Susan, and two unidentified women,
circa 1850

Box 124
Westcott, Harriet (Clarke)



Daguerreotype,
circa 1852

Box 124
Daguerreotype with her father,
circa 1852-53

Box 124
Unidentified daguerreotypes: 2 poses unidentified woman; unidentified woman; unidentified child


Box 124
4 glass paperweights with photographs of Charles Hale,
circa 1860s

Box 125
2 ceramic? tiles with photographs of Nathan Hale, Jr.,
n.d.

Box 125
Ceramic? tile with photograph of Charles Alexander Hale and Arthur Hale,
n.d.

Box 125
Photograph albums



Beecher, Perkins, Peabody, Stowe, Gilman, White, Whitney,
circa 1860s

Box 126
Hale, Edward Everett with Helen and Ethel Freeman:
circa 1900

Box 126
Hale, Edward Everett in the White Mountains with the Freemans,
circa 1900

Box 126
Unidentified, [includes lobster man]
circa 1850s-60s

Box 127
Hale, Robert Beverly: tintype album,
circa 1890

Box 127
Hale, Charles,
1866

Box 127
Hale, Charles?,
1860s, circa 1872

Box 127
Oversize Materials



General



Hale, Ellen Day: address book, n.d.; bible, gift of Lyman Beecher, n.d.; financial record; calling lists,
1904, 1908

Box 128
Everett Family: Everett, Alexander Hill: passport,; royalty statements, ; Everett, John: passport, ; Everett, Oliver: Humane Society membership certificate,
1822 1847 1822 1791

Box 129: folder 1
Hale, Alexander: Harvard diploma,; certificate for completion of Greek requirements, Harvard,
1848 1848

Box 129: folder 2
Hale, Charles: Harvard diploma,
1850

Box 129: folder 3
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) household: New Year's gift chart, late
1860s or early 1870s

Box 129: folder 4
Hale, Edward Everett: Harvard diploma, ; flyer "A Mutual Bank of Circulation and Discount," ; seating chart, Commercial Club of Boston dinner, "complimentary to delegates to the Congress of American Nations"; Report on Antioch College, n.d.; "An Outside and Inside View of Humboldt College," ; plot plan of the "old church estate," ; certificate of honorary membership, Kansas State Historical Society, ; Commonwealth of Massachusetts governor's proclamation establishing Thanksgiving Day,
1879 n.d. 5 Oct 1889 n.d. 1801 1899 1860

Box 129: folder 5
Hale, Ellen Day: diploma of merit, North, Central, and South American Exposition, New Orleans,; tracing by Gabrielle Clements of plot plan of properties at Folly Cove, ; copy of 1801 plant of Folly Hill pasture
1885-86 1906 1916

Box 129: folder 6
Hale, Herbert Dudley: Ecole des Beaux Art, Section d'Architecture, instruction for Concours d'emulation du
4 Mar 1891

Box 129: folder 7
Hale, Nathan, Jr.: Harvard diploma, ; army commissions and resignation,
1838 1844-49

Box 129: folder 8
Hale, Nathan, Sr.



Biographical: Williams College diploma


Box 129: folder 9
Activities



Miscellaneous: American Rail Road Journal, ; bill of Mortality City of Boston, ; certificate of membership, Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture,
3 Sep 1836 1846 1818

Box 129: folder 10
Boston and Worcester Rail Road


Box 129: folder 11
Boston Water Commission


Box 129: folder 12
Improved Stereotype Plate


Box 129: folder 13
Hale, Robert Beverly: 2 publications record charts,
n.d.

Box 129: folder 14
Hale, Susan: passport,
1867

Box 129: folder 15
Newspapers: J Russell's Gazette, ; Boston Gazette, ; Boston Daily Evening Transcript, ; Massachusetts Centinel, ; Independent Chronicle and Boston Patriot,
30 Jan 1800 30 Jun 1806 26 Jul 1838 10 Nov 1787 8 Jul 1835

Box 129: folder 16
Miscellaneous: map of Boston "from actual survey" by Osgood Carleton,; letter James Brown (for the holders of Pennsylvania stock resident in England) to Governor David R. Porter of Pennsylvania; Japanese print [woman in kimono with peonies and apple blossoms], ; reprint of The Boston News-Letter "first newspaper ever published in America," Historical Publishing Co.
1796 12 Jul 1848 n.d. 1893

Box 129: folder 17
Artwork



Hale, Ellen Day: sketchbooks (7),
1873?, 1879, 1907?, n.d.

Box 130
Hale, Philip Leslie: sketchbooks (2),
n.d.

Box 131
Hale, Lilian (Westcott)



Sketchbooks (8),
n.d.

Box 131
Printing plates: "Spring Reverie," "Portrait of Miss Margaret Williams"


Box 132
Hale, Philip Leslie: printing plates: "A Family Affair," "Cap'n Peter Turner," "Woman with Fan," "La Donna Mi-Velata"


Box 132
Hale, Susan: 11 watercolors, ( "Saratoga, " (still life with mantelpiece and calla lilies); "Magnolia, " (seaside landscape); landscape with trees and stone walls, ; river landscape, ; 2 views of hillside with castle-like building (on 1 piece of paper), ; view into a conservatory, ; town scene, probably Egypt or Palestine, ; city scenes, Europe?; two boots and the tip of an umbrella, ; mountain scene, ; landscape,
March 11, 1880 1879(?) n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d. n.d.)

Box 133: folder 1
Hale, Ellen Day



Etchings ("First Night in Venice," ; "Father Damien" (7),
n.d. 1889)

Box 133: folder 2
Photographs of art


Box 133: folder 3
Clements, Gabrielle: etchings ("Hills of Nazareth," "Mt. Etna, Taormina," "Porte del Garde, Azores," "Bell Tower, Taormina"),
n.d.

Box 133: folder 4
Nordhoff, Evelyn: etchings ("House at Coronado," "Santa Barbara")


Box 133: folder 5
Hale, Lilian (Westcott): sketches, miscellaneous art,
1886-97, n.d.

Box 134: folder 1-6
Hale, Philip Leslie: drawings, etchings, miscellaneous art, oil sketch of Edward Everett Hale on wood panel,
n.d.

Box 134: folder 7-13
Hale, Ellen Day



Drawings: bull, head of a man, seated man, head of a man


Box 135: folder 1
Oil study: portrait of a man (same as seated man above)


Box 135: folder 2
Hale, Susan: 2 oils: woman sitting on a porch, nude man on a stool,
n.d.

Box 135: folder 3
Photographs and Visual Images



Beecher Family: poster of Henry Ward Beecher "from the painting by T. Hicks," published; poster map of Nook Farm as it was , published 1970s?
1853 circa 1855

Box 135: folder 4
Hale, Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins): EEH in an unidentified group, ; 2 photographs of EEH; 2 copies photograph with Edward Cummings; EPH blow up of photograph,
n.d. n.d.

Box 135: folder 5
Hale, Robert Beverly: 3 photographs as a child


Box 135: folder 6
Hale, Sarah Everett: drawing, probably by William Witmore Story, [broken]
circa 1840

Box 135: folder 7
South Congregational Church: 2 engravings: architect's renderings of interior by Nathaniel J. Bradlee,
n.d.

Box 135: folder 8
Hale, Edward Everett: plaster cast of a bas relief by W. Clark Noble,
1909

Box 136: folder 1
Beecher, Henry Ward: photograph, ; Beecher, Lyman: pencil drawing,
n.d. n.d.

Box 136: folder 2
Everett, Edward: lithograph,
1854

Box 136: folder 3
Hale, Lilian (Westcott): wedding photograph,; Hale, Philip Leslie: etching of PLH? while painting by William Meyerowitz, 1920; Westcott, Harriet (Clarke): photo as a child,
1902 circa 1852

Box 136: folder 4
[Hansell], Harriet Ann and Hale, Nancy: photograph,
circa 1914

Box 136: folder 5
Hale, Philip Leslie in art class, France?, : photograph, ; Sullivan, Mary, model for Boston artists, 2 photos,
n.d. circa 1914 n.d.

Box 136: folder 6
Hale, Robert Beverly: Glee club photograph, ; portrait photograph in frame with pansy embroidery
n.d.

Box 136: folder 7
Hale, Edward Everett: portrait photograph, 2 copies,
1860s?

Box 136: folder 8
Artifacts



Medal, Schola Latinae Bostoniensis, awarded to Nathan Hale [Jr] for a translation from Caesar,
1830

Box 137: folder 1
Medal, Schola Latinae Bostoniensis, Edward E. Hale Industria praimuim,
1832

Box 137: folder 2
Hale, Sarah Everett, a prize for most amiable, Miss Susan Whitney's School,
circa 1820s

Box 137: folder 3
Boston Public Latin School



Award to Alexander Hale for Industry,
1841

Box 137: folder 4
Award to Alexander Hale for Industry,
1842

Box 137: folder 5
Award to Alexander Hale for a Latin Narrative,
1844

Box 137: folder 6
Award to Alexander Hale for Exemplary Conduct,
1844

Box 137: folder 7
Reward of Merit by the School Committee to A. Hale,
1844

Box 137: folder 8
Phi Beta Kappa fob?, key?



Edward Everett Hale,
n.d.

Box 137: folder 9
Charles Hale,
n.d.

Box 137: folder 10
Nathan Hale, Jr.,
n.d.

Box 137: folder 11
Hale, Charles: studs? cuff links?,
n.d.

Box 137: folder 12a-b
Hale, Edward Everett: ring, inscribed "EEH from J(?)EH Mass Ga S.C."


Box 137: folder 13
Hale, Charles: napkin ring inscribed "Charles"


Box 137: folder 14
"Hair" pin inscribed "Papa Aug 16 1784 Feb 8 1863, Mama Sept 5 1795 Nov 14 1866


Box 137: folder 15
Snuff? box decorated with a face with tongue sticking out


Box 137: folder 16
Cigarette? case "PLH"


Box 137: folder 17
Egyptian? artifacts



Metal item, looks like a small pitcher


Box 137: folder 18
Stone? cylinder


Box 137: folder 19
Stone? cylinder


Box 137: folder 20
Metal item with ram head


Box 137: folder 21
Clay lamps(?) (6)


Box 138: folder 22-27
Carved tusk or bone


Box 138: folder 28
Stone with something carved on it


Box 139: folder 29
Box of small scarabs (6) and small human figure


Box 140: folder 30
Sarcophagus box, metal


Box 140: folder 31
Carved crocodile, black


Box 140: folder 32
Carved crocodile, brown with broken nose


Box 140: folder 33
Metal figure


Box 140: folder 34
Metal head of bird with long beak


Box 140: folder 35
Carving of human figure standing on two crocodiles


Box 140: folder 36
Pair of spectacles


Box 141: folder 37
Pair of sunglasses


Box 141: folder 38
Pair of folding sunglasses for travel in leather case


Box 141: folder 39
Flatware (knife, fork, spoon) set for travel, possibly used at Harvard


Box 141: folder 40
Centigrade thermometer in case


Box 141: folder 41
Sewing kit for travel


Box 141: folder 42
Leather purse with painted glass bottle inside


Box 141: folder 43
Richard Milton Award to Lilian Westcott Hale, 16th annual exhibition of paintings by contemporary artists of New England,
1945

Box 141: folder 44
Concord Art Association, 9th Annual Exhibition award of honor: plaque,
1925

Box 141: folder 45
Concord Art Association Medal of Honor, Lilian W. Hale,
n.d.

Box 141: folder 46
Cup and ribbon, Albermarle Art Association Jury Show (Lilian Westcott Hale?),
1959

Box 142: folder 47
2 Child's underwaists


Box 142: folder 48-49
Painted wooden box


Box 143: folder 50
Hat worn by Edward Everett Hale


Box 143: folder 51
Note:

[Donated to Pettaquamscutt Historical Society, July 2007]


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Subjects
  • American wit and humor--Women authors--19th century--Sources
  • Art--Study and teaching--United States--History--Sources
  • Artists, American--History--Sources
  • Authors, American--History--19th century--Sources
  • Boston (Mass.)--History--19th century--Sources
  • Boston (Mass.)--Newspapers
  • Boston Daily Advertiser--History--Sources
  • Boston and Worcester Railroad Corporation--History--Sources
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (Md. and Washington, D.C.)--History--Sources
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (Md. and Washington, D.C.)--History--Sources
  • Children's writings, American--19th century
  • Clergy--United States--History--Sources
  • Diplomats--Egypt--History--19th century --Sources
  • Egypt--Description and travel--Sources
  • Everett family
  • Everett, Alexander Hill, 1790-1847--Correspondence
  • Everett, Edward, 1794-1865--Correspondence
  • Family--United States--History--Sources
  • Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865
  • Hale family
  • Hale, Alexander, 1829-1850--Correspondence
  • Hale, Arthur, 1859-1939--Correspondence
  • Hale, Charles, 1831-1882
  • Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909
  • Hale, Edward Everett, 1863-1932
  • Hale, Ellen Day, 1855-1940
  • Hale, Enoch, 1753-1837
  • Hale, Herbert Dudley, 1866-1908
  • Hale, Lilian Westcott, 1880-1963
  • Hale, Lucretia P. (Lucretia Peabody), 1820-1900
  • Hale, Nancy, 1908-
  • Hale, Nathan, 1755-1776
  • Hale, Nathan, 1818-71
  • Hale, Philip Leslie, 1865-1931
  • Hale, Robert Beverly, 1869-1895
  • Hale, Sarah Everett, 1817-1851
  • Hale, Sarah Preston Everett, 1796-1866
  • Hale, Susan, 1833-1910
  • Hunt, William Morris, 1824-1879--Correspondence
  • Lee Arms Company (Hartford, Conn.)--History--Sources
  • Massachusetts--Politics and government--1775-1865--Sources
  • Old and new (Boston, Mass.: 1870) --History--Sources
  • Old and new (Boston, Mass.: 1870) --History--Sources
  • Westcott, Edward Gardner


Appendices

APPENDIX I: Franklin Circulating Library

[see also APPENDIX II: Charlieshope Library]


Proprietors: Alexander Hale, Charles Hale, T.K. Lothrop, Robert Durivage, Edward B. Everett, W. L. Pynchon, H. P. Curtis, S. Willard, E. Everett, Jr., L. Everett [see Volume 187 "History of the Franklin Circulating Library" for information]

VolumeTitle
1839-40
1lost
2A Thanksgiving Tale, Vol. 2 by Petrikin Bogardus, 1839
3-5lost
6Metamorphosis by Charles Hale, n.d.
7lost
8The History of John by Charles Hale, 1839
9Picture Book, 1840
10Story of James and George by Alexander Hale, 1840
11lost
12Story of Peter and George, Vol. 1, by Charles Hale, 1841
13Story of Peter and George, Vol. 2, by Charles Hale, 1841
14Story of Peter and George, Vol. 3, by Charles Hale, 1841
15Story of Peter and George, Vol. 4, by Charles Hale, 1841
16The Celestial Sisters, a Shawnee Tale by ? R. Schoolcraft, transcribed by Edward B. Everett, 1839

1841
17The History of Jonathan Popp, Vol 1, by one who knew him, 1841
18The History of Jonathan Popp, Vol 2, by one who knew him, 1841
19The Story of Jack, Vol. 1, by Charles Hale, 1841
20The Story of Jack, Vol. 2, by Charles Hale, 1841
21History of the Crew of the Ship Naumkeag, Vol. 1, Alexander Hale, Editor, 1841
22History of the Crew of the Ship Naumkeag, Vol. 2, Alexander Hale, Editor, 1841
23History of the Crew of the Ship Naumkeag, Vol. 3, Alexander Hale, Editor, 1841
24The Joking Negro by Alexander Hale, 1841
25The Voyager, Vol. 1, by Alexander Hale, 1841
26The Voyager, Vol. 2, by Alexander Hale, 1841
27A Voyage to Patagonia by Charles Hale, 1841
28The Negro Slave by Robert Durivage, 1841
29The Bad Boy by Robert Durivage, 1842
30The French Widow by Robert Durivage, 1841
31The Agreeable Surprise, an Arabian Tale by Charles? Hale
32The Picnic Party, or Anna Rose in 3 Volumes, Vol. 1, by the old woman with the Mob Cap, 1842
33The Picnic Party, or Anna Rose in 3 Volumes, Vol. 2, by the old woman with the Mob Cap, 1842
34The Picnic Party, or Anna Rose in 3 Volumes, Vol. 3, by the old woman with the Mob Cap, 1842
35The Humors of Tom King and the Trials of Monsieur Tonson [printed story glued into volume]
36An Adventure by Charles Hale, 1842
37Story of Peter and George, Vol. 5, by Charles Hale, 1841
38Story of Peter and George, Vol. 6, by Charles Hale, 1841
39Story of Peter and George, Vol. 7, by Charles Hale, 1841
40Story of Peter and George, Vol. 4 of Second Series, Vol. 8 of First Series, by Charles Hale, 1841
41A Thanksgiving Tale by Lucretia P. Hale [2 copies, printed], 1840
42History of Timothy Trumpet and Jack Fiddle by Charles Hale, 1841
43Various Stories, Vol. 2, by Charles and Alexander Hale, for the year 1840 or 1

1842
44George by Alexander Hale, 1841
45Henry by Alexander Hale, 1841
46Incidents of Travel by Alexander Hale, 1841
47Queen Boadicea! din'y' ever see her? by Dr. *******, 1841
48The Old Witch by W. L. Pynchon, 1842
49-52Story of Peter and George, Vol. 1-4, by Charles Hale, 1842
53-56Story of Peter and George, Second Series, Vol. 1-4, by Charles Hale, 1842
57Portraits and Facts by Alexander Hale, 1842
58The History of the Jack-o-bin Family by a descendent of the race, 1842
59New Year's Day by Alexander Hale, 1842
60lost
61Conundrums and Charades by Charles and Alexander Hale, 1842
62Adventure at Sea in one volume by Alexander Hale, 1842
63The Giant by Mrs. Eliza Windemere, 1842
64The Pirate Ship Hibernian by a member of the Franklin Circulating Library Society, 1842
65The Journey of Jack and John to Different Places by the author of "Peter and George" [Charles Hale], 1842
66Bill Pumpkin, Vol. 1, n.d.
67Bill Pumpkin, Vol. 2, 1842
68-69lost
70The Fratricide: A True Story, 1841
71-72lost
73The English Cabin Boy by Alexander Hale, 1842
74lost
75Extracts from the Log Book of the Ship Ahoy, 1842
76Adventures of Bill and Tom with Their Dog Jack, Vol. 1, by Charles Hale, 1842
77Adventures of Bill and Tom with Their Dog Jack, Vol. 2, by Charles Hale, 1842
78Adventures of Bill and Tom with Their Dog Jack, Vol. 3, by Charles Hale, 1842
79Adventures of Bill and Tom with Their Dog Jack, Vol. 4, by Charles Hale, 1842
80lost
81The Philosopher's Stone by Charles Hale, 1842
82A Fight by Charles Hale, 1842

1843
83lost
84Story of Margy Bindweed, 1843
85The Chestnut Party with the Adventures which befel the guests on the way there, 1843
86The Fairy Grasshopper by an unknown friend, 1843
87lost
88Curious Anecdote of a Dog by H. P. Curtis, 1843
89Series of Lives of Cabin Boys No. 1, American Cabin Boy by Charles Hale, 1843
90Series of Lives of Cabin Boys No. 1, Mexican Cabin Boy by Charles Hale, 1843
89Series of Lives of Cabin Boys No. 4, Austrian Cabin Boy by Charles Hale, 1843
92-95Story of Peter and George, Series 5th, Vol. 1-4, 1843
96lost
97The Lost Child, Vol. 1, by T. K. Lothrop
98The Lost Child, Vol. 2, by T. K. Lothrop
99lost
100Sketch of the melancholy fate of an exploring expedition. In which all persons perished in the year 1676, 1843
101Remarkable Bravery by Alexander Hale, 1843
102Account of Island of Buhe
103Account of the I[sland] of Mora
104Account of the I[sland] of Logu, being travels of L. O. Hovey and J. Wright, 1842
105History of the Island of Logu, No. 1, translated by J. Wright to accompany his "Travels in the Island of Logu"
106History of the Island of Logu, No. 2, 1843
107History of the Island of Logu, No. 3, 1843
108Adventures of Bill and Tom with their Dog Jack, Vol. VI, by Charles Hale, 1843
109An Anecdote by Mrs. Windemere, 1843
110The Star by Robert Durivage, 1843

1844
112Walter and Mindwell or the Deaf and Dumb Quarrel, 1844
113The Three Princesses, Vol. 1, by Mrs. P.
114The Three Princesses, Vol. 2
115The Hawthorn Tree, 1844
117The Unsuccessful Voyage to American, 1843
118Settlement of the Island Regia, Vol. 1
119Settlement of the Island Regia, Vol. 2
120Settlement of the Island Regia, Vol. 3
121Story of George and Jack, Vol. 1, 1844
122Story of James, Vol. 1, Mrs. Eliza Windemere
123Story of James, Vol. 2
123Story of James, Vol. 3
125Visit to the Old Soldier
126-129lost
130The Fairy Violet, a Tale by Alexander Hale, 1843
131Various Stories, Vol. 3, 1844
132Jemmy and the Bee by Selina Domdoodle, 1844
133Story of John Harefoot, 1844
135The Vegetables of Prince Swallowtail, 1843
136-137lost
138The Adventures of a Rod, 1844

1845
141The Enchanted House
142The Enchanted House, Vol. 2
143lost
144Peter Piboo, His Adventure with a Robber and What Happened After It by Robert Durivage, 1845
145Bill and Tommy. Relating one of their nice adventures!!! by Robert Durivage, 1845
146Zade Quimee and His Misfortunes by Robert Durivage
147lost
148Jack Torkera by Charles Hale
149The Good Boy and the Bad Boy by Charles Hale, 1845
150Grandpa's Stories to James, Sarah, Jack, Tommy, and Bobby. Vol. 1: James who wanted to hear about Ancient History
151Grandpa's Stories to James, Sarah, Jack, Tommy, and Bobby. Vol. 2: Sarah who wanted to hear more about the Adventures of the Trojans &c. &c., 1845
152Grandpa's Stories to James, Sarah, Jack, Tommy, and Bobby. Vol. 3: Jack who wanted to hear about ships, 1845
153Grandpa's Stories to James, Sarah, Jack, Tommy, and Bobby. Vol. 4: Tommy who wanted to hear about Fairies, but who heard, finally, about The Lion and Joseph, 1845
154Grandpa's Stories to James, Sarah, Jack, Tommy, and Bobby. Vol. 5: Bobby who wanted to hear about Dogs, 1845
155The Water-Party by Mrs. Windemere, 1845
156The Fairy Procession !!!! by Mrs. Windemere, 1845
157The Two Birth Days!! by Miss Domdoodle, 1845
158Daring, and the Giant Man-Eater!!! by Selena Domdoodle, 1845
159Christmas-Eve or Willie Sherwood by Miss Mudge, 1845
160The Salamander or Old Grimes, 1845
161The Block House
162Life of Wm. B. Jenkins by T. K. Lothrop, 1845

1846
163Simeon Sykes or the Pearl of Crab Bay, 1846
164A Complete Set of the Printed Documents of the Franklin Circulating Library, 1845
165The Princess Moonina or The Haunted House, Vol. 1
166The Princess Moonina or The Haunted House, Vol. 2
167The Rocky Well, A Tale of Washingtonville
168Food for the Young, Second Part
169The Adventures of Miss Nabby Merrick, a poem by Stephen Tainter, M.D. [printed poem glued into volume]
170Grandchildren's Stories, Vol. 1, by Charles Hale, 1846
171Grandchildren's Stories, Vol. 2, by Charles Hale, 1846
172Grandchildren's Stories, Vol. 3, by Charles Hale, 1846
173Grandchildren's Stories, Vol. 4, by Charles Hale, 1846
174Elmiona, or the White Rose, Vol. 1
175Elmiona, or the White Rose, Vol. 2
176The Wonderful Swing, A Tale by Mrs. Eliza H.(?) Windemere
177The Water of Life or Faradae and Banana, Vol. 1
178The Water of Life or Faradae and Banana, Vol. 2
179Prince Pomegranite and his Trusty Followers by Jemima K. Quistose(?)
180One of the Salem Witches, A Tale by T. K. Lothrop
181Neddy Noodle
182Aigiokos, The Raven Chief. An Indian Tale by T. K. Lothrop, 1846
183Little Billy Watson, A Tale by T. K. Lothrop, 1846
184lost
185Lost Lillie
186James Burlot, 1846
187History of the Franklin Circulating Library from 1838-1846

APPENDIX II: Charlieshope Library

Members: Olivia B. Lowell, Fanny R. Banks, Lucy Parsons, Mabel H. Chapin, Lily White, Mary L. Morse, Nelly Hale, Alice Lee.

The Accident [lost]
Allie and Charley by E. C. Papendick
Araminta by Mrs. Windermere
At Washington, A True Story/The Twins
Book of Fortune by Arthur Hale
The Boy Who Confessed to His Father About the Cat, 1868
The Boy Who Eats Potato and Meat [lost]
The Burnt House by Herman Chapin, 1866
Charley Stanwood/Willie Hyde, 1866
The Crew of the Albatross, Vol. 1, by Mary L. Morse and Ellen Day Hale, 1867
The Day of a Doll [lost]
The Desk Stories, Vol. 1, by Ellen Day Hale
The Desk Stories, Vol. 2, by Ellen Day Hale
The Desk Stories, Vol. 3, by Ellen Day Hale
Ellen Stockbridge/Clara Andrews and Her Friend Who Lived in a Tree by CHL Members
The Faithless Servant and Other Stories by Olivia Lowell
The Fairy Book by Mabel H. Chapin
The Fairy Festival
Fairy Stories, Vol. 1, by Lily Finis Terre
Fairy Stories, Vol. 2, by Lily Finis Terre
The Fairy That Lived in a Tree by L.P.
Fanny Benson by Cynthia Mack, 1866
Flora Hamilton, or the Blackberry Party by Ellen Day Hale
Flossie and Dick, or a Visit to Auntie's, Vol. 1, by Zelle Costello
Flossie and Dick, or a Visit to Auntie's, Vol. 1, by Zelle Costello
The Gold Bracelet by E. W[indemere?]
Harry and Anny âœHarry and Annyâ is an unfinished work from the celebrated pen(cil) of Miss Mary Lesley
The Haunted House by Olivia B. Lowell
Helen's Christmas in Paris/Violet Mason
History of a Button by MLM, 1866
How I Silenced a Dog
Johnny Randolph/Katy Jackson by Ellen Day Hale
Julia Howe
The Lady in Brown, a Fairy Story for Little Children, Vol. 1, by Ellen Day Hale
The Lady in Brown, a Fairy Story for Little Children, Vol. 2, by Ellen Day Hale [only the cover survives]
The Lame Boy
The Lame Boy Recovered
Mary Lee's Visit in the Country
Mary Lowell, or the Desert Island, by Nelly Hale, 1865
Mary Snow and Eleanor Williams âœMary Snow and Eleanor Williamsâ was written seven or eight years ago by a child of six or seven. This must excuse various little inaccuracies of style. [The volume that continues the story is unfortunately lost.]
Novel Without a Name by Arthur Hale and Ellen Day Hale, MDCCCLXVIII
Peggy's Stories, Parts 1, 2, by Ellen Day Hale
Peggy's Stories, Part 4, by Ellen Day Hale
A Poem
The Robe of Lightning, or the Adventures of the Fairy Anza by MLM and Ellen Day Hale
The Six Labourers
The Solitary House in Silo by Ellen Day Hale
Under the Sea
What the Playthings Said to Each Other on Midsummer Night by A Robin. Illustrated by Miss Robina Bright-Eyes
The Young Sportsmen of Vermont by F. E. Peabody

Other volumes not on Charlieshope Library list (published by Morse, Hale & Co.)
The Enchanted House by A. Hale
The Fairy Journey
The History of a Tin Soldier by A. Hale
The Histrey of a Tin Soldier, Vol 2, by A. Hale
The Old Woman Who Lived in the Little White House in the Wood by Ellen Day Hale
The Summer at the Seaside by E.O. [Lily] White
The Visit by E. C. Papendick
Chronicles of Waterford II. Polly's Testimonial by Keren Happuch, 1869

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