Masters-Taylor-Wilbur papers  1796-1857
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Partial Contributors List

  • Alexander, Sandy.
  • Birch, G. R.
  • Coffin, Sarah Lambdin.
  • Hancock, Catherine.
  • Harrison, Philip.
  • Johnson, Luke.
  • Lambdin, Rachel.
  • Lambdin, Sarah.
  • Johnson, Luke.
  • Markoe, Francis.
  • Markoe, Francis, Jr.
  • Masters, Anna.
  • Masters, Fanny [Mrs. Frank Masters].
  • Masters, Frank.
  • Masters, Isabella [Mrs. Thomas Masters].
  • Masters, Martha C.
  • Masters, Samuel C.
  • Masters, Sarah.
  • Masters, Thomas.
  • Matthews, Cymon.
  • Matthews, George Henry.
  • Matthews, John.
  • Matthews, Lavinia.
  • Matthews, Maria.
  • Matthews, Mary Ann.
  • Matthews, Mary.
  • Matthews, Matthew.
  • Scott, Mary.
  • Scott, Thomas.
  • Spence, John.
  • Spence, Mary F.
  • Taylor, Henry W.
  • Taylor, Martha [Mrs. Henry W. Taylor].
  • Wilbur, Backus.
  • Wilbur, Jeremiah.
  • Wilbur, Marcus.
  • Wilbur, Sarah [Mrs. Jeremiah Wilbur].
Related Materials

The Lucius Lyon papers contain two items related to the Taylor family: Henry W. Taylor to Lyon (August 22, 1849), and Arthur Bronson to Henry W. Taylor (July 14, 1843)

Related collections at other Institutions:

  • New York State Library: "Jeremiah Wilbur papers, 1810-1844"
  • Syracuse University Library Special Collections: "Gerrit Smith papers"
  • Hagley Museum & Archives: "Thomas Masters papers"
  • Library of Congress Manuscript Division: "Galloway-Maxcy-Markoe family papers"
  • New York State Archives: "Bertha [Martha] Masters Taylor papers, 1833-1885"
  • New York Historical Society: "Thomas Masters papers, 1792-1880"
  • American Antiquarian Society: "Lambdin family papers"
  • Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University Library: "Jeremiah Wilbur correspondence & documents, 1858-1871"

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