Found in 139 Collections and/or Records:
The Collamer Family Papers consist of three cartons of letters, business papers, legal notes and dockets, account books, speeches and orations, and other manuscripts. Although the collection includes material from the early 1800s to the 1910s, the majority of the Papers fall in date between 1840 and 1865.
The Cummings Papers contain a large selection of family letters (1823-1946), family deeds (1795-1906) from Dunstable Massachusetts, Norwich and Thetford Vermont, family photogrphs (ca. 1850-1944), genealogical data, and two volumes of Cummings family and North Thetford history, compiled by Elizabeth Cummings.
The David Budbill papers contain both personal and professional papers of the Vermont poet, author, playwright, and musician.
The Dorothy B. Hunt Collection contains papers from 1910 to 1987. The collection may be of use to those studying Burlington and the arts in Vermont in the latter half of the twentieth century.
The collection consists largely of material used by D.M. Harvey in her book, Our Topsham Tapestry, a genealogical and historical account of major founding families of Topsham, Vermont.
Collection contains correspondence, orders, invoices, receipts, and a mortgage documenting the activities of the marble dealer in Dorset, VT.
Collection consists of Civil War letters from Edward Holton, 4 photographs, and a few miscellaneous documents.
The Edward C. Carter Collection contains correspondence, reports and memoranda, notes, typed and printed material, newspaper clippings, articles by Carter and other published material relating to the many concerns and organizations he participated in.
Collection consists of the letters written by Jennie M. Williams, of Camden, New York to Edwin "Ned" F. Jones in Burlington, Vermont, concerning their relationship and mutual friends. One letter (August 1901) was written by Ned to his cousin Wilmot "Bill" Spicer.
Correspondence between the company office in Danby, Vt., New York headquarters at Conifer, and general headquarters in Pennsylvania; deeds relating chiefly to the Griffith lands in Bennington and Rutland Counties, Vt.; survey reports and maps relating to specific land parcels in Danby, Mount Tabor, Peru, Stratton, and Sunderland, Vt.; and material (1928-1967) relating to purchase of the company’s Vermont lands by the U.S. Forest Service for the Green Mountain National Park.