Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
The George Saunders Collection includes wedding invitations, family photos, some family papers, scrapbooks of clippings (1865-1927), and a guest book of the George Linsley family cottage at Cedar Beach.
The collection is made up of correspondence between Sophia Goodridge, owner of the quarry, and Sidney Holmes, her financial advisor, in the years 1874-1896. The letters are primarily concerned with the financial aspects of leasing the quarry, its annual production and future prospects, and Miss Goodridge's desire to sell it.
Collection consists mainly of bills and receipts relative to the Estey Organ Company. Letters written to Jacob and Julius Estey of Brattleboro, Vermont concerning the Estey organ business, pigeon breeding, Baptist church business, and personal affairs are also present.
The collection contains Civil War letters, family correspondence, photographs, photograph albums, diaries, notes, school work, memorial cards, clippings, and financial documents (pension claims) documenting George M. Lanpher and Rufus G. Lanpher who both served in the Civil War. Activities of other members and later generations of the related families of Lanpher and Demeritt are also documented.
The Lyric Theatre Collection includes mainly financial records of the business manager, bank statements, canceled checks, and programs from play productions.
The Manning Manufacturing Company Records consist of 17 oversize ledgers documenting the financial aspects of the Manning Manufacturing Company of Rutland, Vermont. The company manufactured equipment for the dairy industry such as butter churns and milk bottle washers.
Collection contains correspondence, accounts, cases, writs, deeds, warrants, wills and other estate records, dockets, and other legal materials documenting the career of Judge Tyler.
Daniel Clark Sanders (1768-1850) was the first President of the University of Vermont, 1800-1814. The collection consists of early records of the University of Vermont, including accounts, subscriptions, correspondence to individuals and members of the Corporation.
The Onion Family Papers contains correspondence, business and financial documents, photographs, railroad correspondence and memorabilia, personal ephemera, and miscellaneous material relating to Carlos and Mary Onion of Rutland, Vermont for the period 1860-1870.