Found in 139 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains correspondence, financial papers, and legal papers documenting the lives and activities of the Sleeper and Burnham families.
The collection consists of business records, chiefly bills, invoices, and receipts, although some correspondence, programs, a ledger, and membership lists are included.
Collection contains correspondence of Ezra Fargo of Huntington, VT, and points west, with family members and friends. Included are descriptions of settlement and prospects for farming, mining and commerce in Illinois, Wisconsin and other states.
The collection consists of three cartons containing documents which range from April 17, 1810 to January 1981.
Proctor served as Governor of Vermont, 1906-1908. Collection includes primarily correspondence between Proctor and the State attorney general, Clarke C. Fitts, concerning official State and Legal mattters and the legal position of the State on assorted issues.
Frances Parkinson Keyes (July 21, 1885 - July 3, 1970) was one of the best-known authors of her time. The Frances Parkinson Keyes Papers consist of 13 cartons of materials from 1898 to 1972. The Papers are arranged into four series: Correspondence, Early Writings, Manuscripts, and Personal Materials.
Frank Lester Greene served in the US House of Representatives from Vermont, 1912-1923. Prior to his tenure in the US House he had been active in Republican clubs and activities in the state and served with the Vermont National Guard in the Spanish-American War. The collection of papers primarily includes family documents, photographs, military papers, speeches, articles, correspondence, campaign material and family memorabilia.
The collection contains military correspondence, marching orders, military reports and studies on artillery from arsenal in the U.S., and artillery handbooks from Westervelt's time as Brigadier General leading up to and during American involvement in World War I. Personal and business papers from his civilian life detail consulting work for business, mechanical engineering, and nuclear energy.
The papers consist primarily of Aiken's senatorial files: bills and amendments, hearings, committee reports and recommendations, statistical studies, press releases, a great deal of correspondence, newspaper clippings, articles, photographs, sound recordings, films, and his senate diaries, as well as some materials from Aiken's gubernatorial years