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Bates family

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by Jacob Hill Bates( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection made up of six series: correspondence, family papers, memorabilia, real estate, professional activities, and financial records. Much of the material relates to Bates's numerous property holdings in Cambridge, particularly his house on Brattle Street, as well as land he owned in Lowell, Mass. The correspondence consists of many letters between Bates and his children, including letters written to and from his son, Jacob Hill Bates, Jr., while on a voyage to South America for his health in 1841. The family papers include two of Bates's school workbooks (1801; 1807), composition books of his daughters Elizabeth and Mary, and Jacob Bates, Jr.'s journals from his South American trip. Memorabilia are poetry, transcribed and original, collected by Bates and his daughters; two autograph books from Mary Augusta Bates (ca. 1860-1870); and recipes for paint and varnish used by Bates. The financial records include tax receipts, account books, and material related to the estates of Aaron Parker and William Wait III
Bates family papers by Bates (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Included is a letter, March 11, 1862, written from New York, describing the battle between the Monitor and Merrimac; a letter describing racial riots in New York City, July 15, 1863; and a letter written by George [VanDerpool?] of the 28th Wisconsin Regiment, Co. B, July 26, 1863
Bates family papers by Bates (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal, business, and professional papers, of several generations of Bates family members, reflecting many aspects in the study of 19th and 20th century history
Bates family collection by Bates (Family :( )

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The majority of this collection includes addresses, deeds, receipts, correspondence, and bills from William G. Bates (1803-1880). Other people represented include Elijah Bates (1770-1850). Corporate entities represented include Westfield Academy. Topics represented include Moseley House, the bicentennial celebration of Westfield, etc
Correspondence by Bates (Family :( )

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Letters among members of the Bates family from Cohasset, Mass. The bulk are from sons Adna and Cyrus to their parents while they were serving in the Civil War. Adna was in the United States Navy, while Cyrus was in the 45th Regiment of the Massachusetts Volunteers, Company A. For most of the period Adna was stationed near Charleston, S.C., and Cyrus was in New Bern, N.C. Of particular note are descriptions by Cyrus of army life in North Carolina and by Adna of naval operations off the coast of Charleston and a foraging raid to a plantation near Georgetown, S.C. in 1865. Later letters are chiefly between Lucy and relatives in Princeton, Me., several relating to the genealogy of the Bates family
Bates family papers by Bates (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ration books and ephemera belonging to a Syracuse family
Things I remember about Kate Stevens Bates and her husband (2nd) James by Helen Carson Plumb( )

1 edition published in 1968 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This is a memoir of Helen Carson Plumb about her remembrances of Kate Stevens Bates and her second husband, James. It is a short description about the Bates later years living in Olympia, WA
by Bates (Family :( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Family records, including marriages, births, and deaths; descriptions of annual holidays, trips, and other events; newspaper clippings
by Bates (Family :( )

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This collection consists of two folio account books and one folder of loose farm accounts and a few legal documents for the same time period. The first folio volume contains the farm accounts, 1799-1849, of Alanson Bates, while the second volume, 1826-1866, holds the farm accounts of his son, Nelson. The entries concern specific farm produce and meat sold, to whom and at what cost; labor costs paid to hired hands; cutting and selling of wood; and the manner of payment made by their debtors
 
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