Found in 146 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, deeds, land surveys, legal records, bills, receipts, and military and other papers, relating to political affairs in Vermont, military affairs in Vermont, Canada, France, New York, and Pennsylvania, Allen’s land dealings, American Revolution, Haldimand negotiations (1780-83), Directory of the French Republic (1795-99), Napoleon Bonaparte, Allen’s trip to France for arms for Vermont in the 1790’s, and his imprisonment in England.
The Alpha Kingsley Papers consist of one box of letters that Kingsley wrote to members of his family between 1799 and 1844. The letters provide considerable detail about Kingsley's life in the Army from 1799 through 1815; after that, they deal primarily with his civilian family and business concerns in Nashville.
Collection contains record albums, photographs, published articles, unpublished writings, and correspondence documenting Low's Vermont-Harlem Project, in which he brought African American children from Harlem to live for two weeks in rural Vermont homes, and sent white children from Vermont homes to visit Harlem, in an attempt to increase awareness and combat racism.
Collection consists of letters to Sarah M. Jones from her brother Charles D. Jones and from her friend, and later husband, Andrew H. Norton, both of whom were Union soldiers in the Civil War.
Arthur C. Wells was a farmer in Cambridge, Vermont and city official of Bakersfield, Vermont. Collection includes chiefly family correspondence, together with accounts books, receipts and minutes of meetings (1860-1870) of the Society of Masons, Barnes lodge, Eagle Lodge dues book (1880-1897), statistical record (1905-1817) relating to the Vermont Sunday School Association, and photos.
The Baldwin Refrigerator Company was a concern for the manufacture of wooden refrigerators. The collection contains financial records, minutes of company meetings, correspondence with stockholders and some general correspondence.
The collection contains many sermons given by Samuel Barnum, letters written by Thomas Rossiter Barnum, and some family photographs.
The Barrett Family Papers consist of approximately nine linear feet of correspondence, bound manuscripts, books, diaries, photographs and other miscellaneous papers.
The Benjamin Collins Papers document his work as chief aid to Vermont Governor Philip H. Hoff including work in state government, ideology at a time of rapid social change, political campaigns, and the Youth Project of Vermont which Collins directed.