Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 130 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Collection includes primarily military service papers including Yales’ enlistment and discharge papers, company muster rolls of men under his command, reports, and postwar claims for pensions and back pay; together with a small amount of correspondence and personal material (1863-93).
Abstract 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.
Abstract Collection contains correspondence to Hewitt, mainly from prominent relatives S.D. Harris and Cyrus Pringle; as well as family photos.
Overview The Kristina Berster Collection consists of one box, which contains case records and proceedings, correspondence and mailings produced by the Kristina Berster Defense Committee, articles on case related topics, news clippings, photographs, a sketchbook, and a few letters by Kristina Berster.
Overview 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.
Overview The Levi K. Fuller papers consist mainly of correspondence but also include newspaper clippings, financial records, and political papers, among others. Letters and telegrams are governmental, commercial, and private in tone with coverage of the following topics: Estey Organ Company and uniform pitch, Vermont Academy, The Vermont State Asylum for the Insane, the military, the Republican Party and elections, World’s Columbian Commission, Shaw University, and various religious and benevolent...
Overview Lilian Baker Carlisle (1912- ) was born in Meridian, Mississippi, and has been an active contributor to Vermont's cultural political science as a state representative, lecturer and author. This collection consists of correspondence, papers and scrapbooks covering a broad range of topics, including material on the state bicentennial, Burlington area health services and Chittenden County historical interests.
Overview The Lucius E. Chittenden papers include correspondence, letter books, account books, court dockets, transcriptions of testimony, lists of books, notebooks recording a trip to England (1871) which includes impression of bookseller Henry Stevens and various libraries, notes on rare books, notes on formation of the Republican Party in 1848, translations by Chittenden of descriptions of early French explorations of North America.
Overview The Madeleine May Kunin Papers contain materials spanning her political career from 1977 as Lieutenant Governor to 1996 when she left the United States to become Ambassador to Switzerland.