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Pennsylvania

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:

Albert Gallatin papers

 Collection — Folder S499
Identifier: S0499
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed transcription of al letter from Albert Gallatin in Washington, D.C. on August 14, 1806 regarding the surveying of several roads through Indiana to Dayton and Cincinnati, Ohio and Louisville, Kentucky.

Charles A. Hottenstein collection

 Collection
Identifier: S2097
Scope and Contents This collection includes one folder from Charles A. Hottenstien in Warren County, Indiana ranging from 1855 to 1888 regarding his account books.

Duncan family collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: G-007
Scope and Contents This collection includes the research material of Mary Ann Duncan Dobson.

Edna Harvey Joseph collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: G-053
Scope and Contents This collection includes genealogical research from Edna Joseph ranging from 1929 to 1969. Some of the research in the collection may be attributed to William Wade Hinshaw. After Ms. Joseph died Willard Heiss received her research, he deposited some of it at Guilford College in North Carolina.

Floyd Leslie Kresge papers

 Collection
Identifier: L085
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed and signed and autographed and signed correspondence; mimeographed, typed and autographed business communications; and diaries from Floyd Leslie Kresge, Thomas Kresge and others in Indianapolis, IN; Scranton, PA; and Detroit, MI ranging from 1901 to 1957 and undated regarding business and family matters. There are also Christmas cards.

Francis Vigo indentures and bond

 Collection — Folder S1341
Identifier: S1341
Scope and Contents The collection includes a Photostat indenture transferring land from Francis Vigo to John Healy of Menongolia County, Virginia, dated May 12, 1800; a Photostat indenture transferring land from John Healy of Morgantown, Pennsylvania to John Healy of Adams County, Pennsylvania, dated June 21, 1800; a bond signed by Francis Vigo as administrator and John Price Jones as surety, dated 1801; and a typed explanation of the "attached bond" written by Guy Morrison Walker on January 23, 1917.

Frederick Rapp letter

 Collection — Folder S1096
Identifier: S1096
Scope and Contents This one photocopied letter, the original of which is in the Chicago Historical Society's collection, is three pages, handwritten, plus the envelope which makes four pages. Frederick Rapp wrote to Mr. William Young, No. 10 South 3rd Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on June 27, 1823. He began his letter thus: "After a short and pleasant voyage down the Ohio River, I arrived here on the 12th in good health among my friends, whom I found generally well and as glad to see me as I was to see...

Hamet N. Helms papers

 Collection
Identifier: L132
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence from Hamet N. Helms and Mary A. Helms and others in Haddon, Indiana; Carlisle, Pennsylvania; Baltimore, Maryland; and Lansing, Iowa; as well as reminiscences and account books ranging from 1823-1890 regarding family and professional business.

Helen Hudson papers

 Collection — Folder S696
Identifier: S0696
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of typed transcripts of letters from various authors in Camp Morton, Indiana; Washington, D.C.; Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia ranging from 1861/07/12 to 1864/09/05 regarding family matters and army life.

Isaac Miller papers

 Collection — Folder S0962
Identifier: S0962
Scope and Contents This collection contains Isaac Miller's financial documents and receipts from Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, ranging from 1806 ot 1904, including documents regarding the estate of Henry Miller (1806-1856); financial documents and tax receipts from Fayette, Rush, and Hamilton Counties in Indiana (1858-1881); papers listing Miller's personal property sold at auction on October 29, 1869; a page from the 1904 Quaker periodical, The American Friend; and undated advertisement cards from various...