Stinchfield family papers  1837-1999
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Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
Box   1  
Generation I,  1837-1917, bulk 1845-1890s. [series]:

Scope note: Records from Jacob Stinchfield’s real estate concerns in Lincoln, Maine, and his lumber business in Michigan. Also includes personal correspondence of Jacob and his wife, Maria Hammond Hersey.

Boxes   2-5  
Generation II,  1860s-1983, bulk 1867-1890s. [series]:

Scope note: Papers of Jacob Stinchfield’s children, largely the personal and business records of Charles Stinchfield, who continued and expanded the lumber business, and purchased a country home, Stonycroft, in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.

Boxes   6-9  
Generation III,  1889-1988, bulk 1889-1956. [series]:

Scope note: Materials related to the children of Charles Stinchfield, but focusing mainly on the life of Charles Stinchfield, Jr.-his education, family relationships, attempts to succeed in business, and the continued management of Stonycroft.

Box   10  
Generation IV,  1918-1940s. [series]:

Scope note: Series IV includes the papers and correspondence of Charles Stinchfield, Jr’s children, primarily Diane Stinchfield Klingenstein and several nephews and nieces.

Boxes   11-13  
Genealogy,  1880s-1980s. [series]:
 
Photographs [series]:
Boxes   14-21  
Individual photographs, ca. 1863-ca. 1950s. [subseries]: (approximately 600 items)    [Note: Partially located in oversize manuscripts and in the Clements Library Graphics Division.]
Boxes   22-24  
Photograph albums, ca. 1850s-ca. 1920s. (6 items)    [Note: Partially located in the Clements Library Graphics Division.]
Boxes   25-27  
Scrapbooks, ca. 1900- ca. 1940s. [series]: (7 albums)
 
Pastels,  ca. 1920s . [series]: (3 items)    [Note: Located in the Clements Library Graphics Division.]
Box   28  
Realia [series]:
Volume   1  
Books [series]: ( 9 items located in the Clements Library Book Division)