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Mann family

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Works: 391 works in 568 publications in 3 languages and 6,376 library holdings
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Miscellaneous papers of the Mann family including account book from Jericho, N.Y. cider mill; certificate and correspondence concerning Martha Mann Hicks's pension as a Civil War nurse, 1892-1912; orders for Civil War nurses, 1865; two personal letters to Sarah and Martha Mann, 1865 and 1888, with a mention of a visist with Sarah Grimke in one; and photographs of the Mann, Hicks, and Ketcham families
Mann Family Papers by Mann family( )

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The greater number of letters were written to Martha Catchpoole, nee Mann, from her family in England and relate to family happenings with news of mutual friends. A few letters are from local Australian sources. One letter, dated 23.11.1901, from F.H Trask in the Transvaal describes the fighting in which he took part and concludes with general comments upon the contingent
Mann-Messer family letters( )

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Photostatic copies of letters written and received by Horace Mann and his first wife Charlotte Messer Mann, 1829-36. Correspondents include Charlotte's father Asa, sister Mary Whipple Messer, and brother Sydney Williams. Letters pertain to Horace and Charlotte's courtship and married life in Dedham, Mass.; Charlotte's battle with tuberculosis and her death in 1832; Horace's grief over Charlotte's death; and Horace's life after Charlotte's death in Boston, Mass. Also includes letters written by Horace's second wife Mary Peabody Mann to Mary Messer and letters written by Mary Messer to her parents Asa and Deborah Angell Messer, 1847-53. Location of original letters unknown
Letters by Mann family( )

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Contains correspondence, 1830-1867, written to John Mann, Jr. and his son Andrew S. Mann of Quincy Township, Franklin County, Pa. The bulk of the collection pertains to John Mann, Jr.'s business affairs, politics, speculation in commodities such as lumber and flour, and Illinois land purchases. Also contains letters from Pennsylvania state and national Congressman, Jasper Ewing Brady, regarding Whig politics, Seventh Day Adventists, and the Franklin County poor house, Many letters written from Lincoln, Elkhart, and Springfield concern Mann's land purchases in Illinois. Includes letters from family and friends concerning religion, railroads, steam boating on the Tennessee River, legal cases, saloons and stills
Mann and Mandelbaum family correspondence by Mann family( )

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Consists of copies of letters exchanged primarily between the Jacob Mann Family and the Sidney Mandelbaum family. The letters concern the attempts of Jacob Mann to emigrate, along with his wife and daughter, to the US just prior to the start of World War II with sponsorship and financial assistance from the Mandelbaum family. Several letters relate to the work done by the Council for German Jewry and the German Jewish Aid Committee during the emigration process of the Mann family
Mann family papers by Mann family( )

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Photographs, wedding announcements and certificates, and two letters regarding a hand of whist played by W.H. Horton and his wife Alice Maude Mann Horton in 1890
Horace Mann papers III by Horace Mann( )

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Letters written and received by lawyer, Massachusetts and U.S. legislator, abolitionist, educator, and president of Antioch College Horace Mann, his wife reformer Mary Tyler Peabody Mann, and sister-in-law writer and educator Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, 1829-1904. Letters pertain to family matters, politics, education, religion, and Mary's writings. Correspondents include Edward Everett, Charles Francis Adams, Charles Sumner, Samuel Downer, and Henry James, among many others. Papers also include deeds for land in Wrentham, Mass., 1709-14, wills of Thomas Mann, 1739-57, a journal kept by Horace Mann's son Horace Mann (1844-1868) on a trip to San Francisco, California in 1864, and essays written by Horace Mann, 1816-17
Papers by Mitchell family( )

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I.A. Diary of Camilla Mann (Mitchell), January -December 1862. B. Notebook of Richard Blunt Mitchell containing literary anecdotes and memos, 1865-1915. II. Correspondence and related papers, 1824-1915. A. Mitchell family correspondence, 1824-1865. Letters of Sir Thomas Mitchell, 1824-1851, Bentley Mitchell, 1837-1851, and John Mitchell, 1856. B. Mann family correspondence, with related papers, 1881-1918, mainly of J.F. Mann re. will and trust of Houston Mitchell with copies of legal documents. III. Miscellaneous papers, 1689-1876. A. Mitchell family, 1851-1876, including T.L. Mitchell's will B. Mann family, c. 1838. C. Family pedigree of Livingston, Mitchell and Learmouth families, compiled by E. Lockhart in Edinburgh. D. Miscellaneous poems. E. Documents in a 17th century hand re James Sinclar, 1689. The collection includes pictorial material (Pic. Acc. 92, 1056)
OM82-74 Mann Family Papers by Mann family( Book )

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Correspondence
Mann Family papers by Mann Family( )

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Legal memoranda/register of John H. Mann; obituary notices of Emma Bagg Mann, widow of Charles A. Mann
by Horace Mann( )

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Law school notes (4 v., 1822-1823) on Judge Games Gould's lectures at Tapping Reeves Law School (Litchfield Law School), Litchfield, Conn.; records of Mann's active law practice with letters received (1823-1838), summaries of cases, depositions, notes on testimony, judgements, bills to clients, historical papers relating to cases, list of cases in Norfolk County Court of Common Pleas, and creditors requests to Mann to collect money due them by debtors; and many papers relating to his personal finances (1823-1853) during his years in law practice, in Massachusetts legislature, service as secretary of the first Massachusetts Board of Education, and terms in the U.S. Congress. Includes Mann's records as judge advocate of 1st Division, Massachusetts Militia in court martial of Lt. Col. Grenville Temple Winthrop, a case involving Mass. Gov. Levi Lincoln's escort on the opening day of the legislature 1832; various Mann family papers; and miscellaneous notes and letters on historical research, neither signed nor dated; and papers of Horace Mann III of Natick, Mass
Horace Mann papers by Horace Mann( )

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Papers of Horace Mann, 1699-1926, pertain to his life as a Massachusetts lawyer, state and U.S. legislator, abolitionist, educator, and president of Antioch College in Ohio. Papers include letters written and received by Horace, his wife, reformer Mary Tyler Peabody Mann, and other family, friends, and colleagues. Correspondents include Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, George B. Emerson, Cyrus Peirce, Charles Sumner, and William Bently Fowle, among many others. Also includes lectures and legal notes; sermons; speeches; diaries, 1837-43; a letterbook, 1838; a commonplace-book, 1830's; newspaper clippings; and various writings of Horace, Mary and Benjamin Pickman Mann
Papers of the Mann family by Mann family( )

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The papers of the Mann family consist almost exclusively of letters written during the Civil War. The soldiers wrote of the siege of Vicksburg, treatment of prisoners by the South, camplife, and Copperheads. The letters from the homefront also spoke of Copperheads and patriotism, but dealt primarily with events of local interest in Fremont County, Iowa
Horace Mann collection by Horace Mann( )

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The Horace Mann collection is comprised of five collections: the Horace Mann papers, 1669-1926; Horace Mann papers II, 1826-1882; Horace Mann papers III, 1709-1904; Horace Mann papers IV, 1827-1835; and Horace Mann papers V, 1841-1849. These collections pertain to the lives of Horace Mann (1796-1859), Mary Tyler Peabody Mann, Thomas Mann, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, Eliza Amelia Dwight, George A. Hubbell, William Brown Fowle, Benjamin Pickman Mann, Horace Mann (1844-1868), and George Comb Mann, among others. All collections are described separately in the catalog and are available together on microfilm
 
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controlled identityMann, Thomas, 1875-1955

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