Mary Perrin May Bradlee diary  1863-1868
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Contents List

Container / Location Title
 
Correspondence and Documents [series]
Box   1  
Incoming letters and financial documents to Henry Stevens
 
Letter and account books [series]
Volume   1  
 1846 March 30-1846 May 16
Volume   2  
 1846 May 16-1846 August 15
Volume   3  
 1846 August 15-1846 November 14
Volume   4  
 1846 December-1847 February 3
Volume   5  
 1847 February 28-1847 July 18
Volume   6  
 1847 July 19-1847 September 6
Volume   7  
 [1847 November?]
Volume   8  
 1850 May 15-1852 February 14 (474 pages)
Volume   9  
 1852 February 14-1853 July 19 (461 pages)
Volume   10  
 1853 July 10-1855 April 17 (473 pages)
Volume   11  
 1855 May 4-1856 June 13 (484 pages)
Volume   12  
 1856 June 21-1859 March 12 (516 pages)
Volume   13  
 1859 March 14-1860 January 21 (518 pages)
Volume   14  
 1860 January 21-1860 November 21 (487 pages)
Volume   15  
 1861 August 20-1862 January 25 (506 pages)
Volume   16  
 1863 August 17-1864 March 12
Volume   17  
 1865 September 7-1866 July 14 (500 pages)
 
Henry Stevens transcriptions and notes [series]
Volume   T1  
Dr. Stiles' Account of the False Alarm in 1774 (apparently from Ezra Stiles' diary). With additional accounts and a map showing the travel of news of the Powder Alarm in the days after September 1.
Volume   T2  
Observations on the Right of Jurisdiction claimed by the States of New York and New Hampshire, over the New Hampshire Grants... Danvers: E. Russell, 1778.
Volume   T3  
A Public Defence of the right of the New Hampshire Grants... Dresden: Alden Spooner, 1779.
Volume   T4  
Lieut. Michl. McDonoughs Letter to this Brother [Patrick McDonough] Dated at Fort Washington, November 10, 1791. St. Clair's Defeat.
Volume   T5  
A Sermon preached at Charlestown, N.H. on the first Sunday after the opening of the Sullivan Rail Road, by J[aazaniah] Crosby, ca. 1846.