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Overview The Hewitt Collection contains personal correspondence between Hewitt and friends, booksellers, and colleagues. The collection also contains clippings of reviews of Hewitt's work, clippings of poems which he thought worthwhile to keep, published accounts of his social and official actions, and two boxes of literary autographs. Additions to the collection include old family books, a fairly complete run of diaries, family photos, correspondence to Arthur and Nina, writings in typescript,...
Abstract Asa Lyon was born in Pomfret, Connecticut, on December 31, 1763, the son of Jonathan and Rebecca Maxley Lyon. After graduating from Dartmouth College in 1790, Asa studied religion under Rev. Charles Backus of Somers, CT, and was ordained pastor of the Congregational churh in Sunderland, Massachusetts, on October 4, 1792. Lyon moved soon thereafter to South Hero, Vermont. He helped organize the South Hero-Grand Isle Congregationalists in 1795 and, although never officially installed, served as...
Abstract Clarence P. Cowles was born in Albany, Vermont on August 30th, 1875, and continued to practice law in Burlington until his death in 1963. The collection contains correspondence, writings of C.P. Cowles, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks and memorabilia.
Overview The collection consists of three cartons containing documents which range from April 17, 1810 to January 1981.
Overview The Georgia Vermont Congregational Church Papers, 1803-1940, contain correspondence, letters of admonition and excommunication, subscription and membership lists, minutes of meetings, deeds, and other documents relating to the church.
Abstract The Hopkins and Canfield Families Papers contain correspondence, John Henry Hopkins Sr. materials, Charles Jerome Hopkins materials, Hopkinsfolk genealogical materials, family legal records, memorabilia, music, newspaper clippings, photographs, materials about the family and church property at Rock Point in Burlington, VT, writings by various family members, and books owned by family members. These materials range in date from around 1790 to around 1960, and they document the church and other...
Overview Artist, lawyer, ironmonger, muscian, architect, theologian and first Episcopal Bishop of Vermont, John Henry Hopkins was born in Dublin, Ireland on January 22, 1792. The John H. Hopkins Family Papers consist largely of miscellaneous manuscripts of Bishop Hopkins and his great-granddaughter, Edith Hopkins.
Abstract Stanley Calef Wilson was a lawyer in Vermont and Governor, 1931-1935. Collection includes correspondence, diary (1918), speeches, school essays, desk calendars, campaign material, printed matter, and newspaper clippings. Includes folders on the Vermont Copper Company (1942-57), of which Wilson was secretary, and the Vermont "Little Hoover" Commission to study state Government (1957), and material on banking, farming, insurance, politics, religion, and road building.
- Subject: Religion--Vermont X
- Hopkins Family 2
- Canfield Family 1
- Canfield, Thomas Hawley 1
- Congregational Church. (Georgia, Vt.) 1
- Cowles, Clarence P. (Clarence Porter) 1
- Episcopal Church. Diocese of Vermont 1
- Episcopal Church. Diocese of Vermont. 1
- First Unitarian Universalist Society (Burlington, Vt.) 1
- Hewitt, Arthur Wentworth, 1883-1971 1
- Hopkin, Edith 1
- Hopkins, Jerome 1
- Hopkins, John H. (John Henry) 1
- Hopkins, John Henry 1
- Hopkins, John Henry, 1792-1868 1
- Lyon, Asa 1
- Vermont "Little Hoover" Commission 1
- Vermont Copper Company 1
- Vermont. Governor (Wilson, Calef Stanley : 1931-1935) 1
- Wilson, Stanley Calef 1 ∧ less