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Richards family

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Works: 542 works in 641 publications in 2 languages and 2,096 library holdings
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A family history for the descendants of Bill and Minnie Richards by Sydney Raymond Richards( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Item looks at the lives of Bill and Minnie Richards (nee Spanhake), first generation New Zealanders who farmed in the Far North region of New Zealand. Item traces the lives of Bill and Minnie's children, as well as briefly touching on Bill and Minnie's ancestry. Bill's parents arrived in Auckland, New Zealand on the ship "Andrew Jackson" in 1865
Batsto and Wharton State Forest collections by Batsto Library and Manuscript Collection( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Day books, store account books, bills of lading, receipts, rent receipts, correspondence, diaries, land records, census records, maps, blueprints, photographs, drawings, newspaper clippings, books, newsletters, pamphlets, and other materials reflecting the history of Batsto from ca. 1766 to 1909. Includes information documenting the establishment of the first known bog iron furnace (Batsto Furnace) near the mouth of the Batsto River in 1766 which became an important iron and glass producing center until after the Civil War, its subsequent closing, and later purchase by philanthropist and industrialist, Joseph Wharton, of Philadelphia, Pa.; the administration (1909-1954) of the property by Girard Trust Company of Philadelphia; and its development as a state historic site from 1954 to the present. Subjects include Batsto's role in the Colonial and Revolutionary War era; its bog iron, timber, shipping, glass, and agricultural industries; wheelwright and blacksmith trades; commercial enterprises such as the gristmill, sawmill, and village store; post office; owners Charles Read, William Richards, and Joseph Wharton and their families; and the lives of persons working and living in the village
Richards family papers by Richards (Family :( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, essays presented before the Granville Semi-colon Society (literary society), account books, travel diaries, genealogy, notebook, biography of William Richards (1819-1899), and other papers, of a Granville, Ohio, family. Other persons represented include William S. Richards (1787-1872). Contact repository for more information
Collacott/Oliver collection by Collacott family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Account books, military records, correspondence, passports, memorials, printed materials, photographs, and other papers of the Collacott, Oliver, and Richards families
Robert and Ellen Richards and family papers by Richards (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Reminiscences and family history of Captain Robert and Ellen Richards and autobiographical notes, both compiled by Clara (Ferguson) Richards; assorted family letters (1867-1915) from Kate (Richards) Mansell of Cornwall (England), and from Lizzie Barker (Ellen's cousin in New York); and family photographs (undated). The papers describe life in the town of Kragnes and Clay County (Minn.) in the 1880s through the early part of the 20th century. Captain Robert Richards was born in Cornwall (England : County); his wife Ellen Griffin was born in Antrim (Ireland)
Papers II by Richards (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A small collection of the Richards family of Cummington, Quincy, and Braintree, Mass. including a few letters between Charles Clapp and Lysander Richards and a letter from William L. Garrison to Clapp rejecting his application to work on the Liberator. Also, the diary of Louisa C. Richards kept from 12 June - 17 Aug. 1859 in Quincy, Mass. and on a summer vacation to Claremont, N.H.; the diary of Charles N. Richards (27 Oct. - 9 Nov. 1864) noting his baptism in Washington and a trip by train to Quincy, Mass. where he hoped, but was denied the opportunity, to vote for Abraham Lincoln; and copies of a few letters from Nehemiah Richards to his son Lysander (in Louisa Richards's diary)
Richards family papers by Richards (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Of the army where he was serving on Company D, Engineers and Mechanics
Howe-Richards family papers by Howe family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Primarily correspondence of Maud Howe Eliot, Julia Ward Howe, Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards, and Rosalind Richards. Correspondents include Hester Alington, Henry Beston, Margaret (Terry) Chanler, Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth, Olivia Howard Dunbar, and Annie (Ward) Mailliard. Includes photographs of Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards, Maud Howe Elliott and others
by Richards (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Richards family papers by Richards (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Richards Family Papers, 1800-1982, include correspondence, diaries, legal documents, books, manuscripts, research notes, clippings, photographs, and other assorted items. These materials document the lives of five members of the Richards family: William Jarvis, Reverend Jonas DeForest Richards, DeForest Richards, Bartlett Richards, and Bartlett Richards Jr. Collection contains materials relating to Bartlett Richards Jr.'s book on his father and the Richards family. A large part of the printed material concerns the media's coverage of Bartlett Richards activities in the cattle business and his subsequent prosecution by the federal government
Richards family letters by Richards (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters among members of the Richards family, including J.H. Richards, William H. Richards, James Richards, P. Richards, Henry Richards, and Julia A. Richards. William and his wife, Julia, were living in Cincinnati. He had gone into debt operating a school. One of his letters was to Julia while he was in New London, Connecticut. P. Richards wrote from Plymouth, Connecticut. James was in New York
The Richards of Oconee Station, South Carolina by James Thomas Richards( )

1 edition published in 1986 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Genealogical sketch and family tree (March 1986), re the Richards family of Oconee County (S.C.) who were descended from an Irish immigrant who arrived in Georgetown County, S.C., during the early 1730s; essay also briefly notes Richards family participation in the Indian trade with the Cherokee Nation during the colonial era and early national period; written by James Thomas Richards, Jr., of Swoope, Va
Lewis Richards papers by Lewis Richards( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Lewis Richards collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, musical programs, legal documents, and other items primarily involving the musical career of Lewis Richards. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Most notable among the correspondence is Queen Mary's secretary stating payment for the Queen's purchase of two cushions at an exhibition of Belgian Lace supporting the Belgium Relief Commission. Also included is correspondence from President Herbert Hoover thanking Lewis for a performance at the White House, and a second letter extending sympathy to Mrs. Richards at the death of her husband in 1940. Correspondence from Michigan State College (now Michigan State University) Presidents Shaw and Hannah is also included in the collection. The bulk of the correspondence deals with family matters. Also in the collection are many newspaper clippings announcing Richards' recitals throughout the United States, and a collection of obituary notices after his death in 1940. The four scrapbooks in the collection provide a detailed account of Richards' activities on tour and at Michigan State College. The first scrapbook contains newspaper clippings announcing his performances and critiques of his playing ability in the United States and in Europe. The second scrapbook contains clippings from local newspapers about campus life during Richards' years at the college. The third scrapbook contains newspaper clippings about his recitals. The fourth scrapbook, given to Richards by the Department of Publications at Michigan State College, contains newspaper clippings pertaining to the new MSC music building and dedication festivities. Several programs from Richards' recitals are also included within the collection, from Carnegie Hall to the MSC Concert Course at the People's Church in East Lansing. Also in the collection is an issue of the Bulletin containing an announcement of artists for the 1929 season at Steinway Hall, listing Lewis Richards as harpsichordist. MSC publications within the collection include the 1931 MSC Music Department catalog with short biographies of music faculty. The collection also contains legal documents involving royalties for a musical composition and the monetary valuation of the estate of Lewis and Berthe Richards. The Arthur and Gertrude Farwell papers in the collection contain a nativity ceremonial by Gertrude and a music composition by Arthur, head of theoretical subjects at the MSC music department
by Richards (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, genealogical material on the Bartram and Richards families, and other papers. Includes letters received (1793-1806) by William Richards (1738-1823) from his son Samuel (1769-1842); letter book (1840-1869) of Jesse (1782-1854) and Thomas Haskin Richards (1812-1873); correspondence (1881-1936) of Samuel Bartram Richards, largely genealogical; travel journal (1810) of a trip from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh and Niagara Falls by Thomas Richards (1780-1860); and estate and other papers of William Richards for 1787-1851, Samuel Richards for 1805-1846, Jesse Richards for 1814-1847, William T. Smith (1734-1812) for 1798-1853 and of members of the Ball family. Places represented include Batsto, N.J
Richards family photograph album by Richards (Family :( )

1 edition published in 1869 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains a small, leather bound album containing sixteen carte de visite photographs of Richards and associated (Newton, Cook) family members, two tintype photographs of family members, and four photograph cards of Confederate military figures: Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, J.E.B. (James Ewell Brown) Stewart, and Stonewall Jackson. The album has an inscription: "Lula Lane from Cousin Charly, December 25th, 1869."
by Richards (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Yellow House papers : the Laura E. Richards collection( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Literary mss., transcriptions and typescripts, genealogical and family records, charts, correspondence, photographs and photograph albums, music, secondary school and camp memorabilia, memorial tributes, and books
Edward Tempest round-robin letters with the Richards family by Edward Tempest( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Round-robin letters between Ted and Martha Tempest and the Richards family of Gardiner, Maine. Richards family members include: Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards (the daughter of Julia Ward Howe), Rosalind Richards, Henry Richards, and Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins. Also includes photographs, clippings, and other materials. Much of this material concerns World War II
Richards-Whiting family papers by Richards-Whiting family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photographs, photocopies and typescripts of documents related to the families of Samuel Richards and William Whiting of Connecticut. Includes reminiscence of Maria Whiting Richards
Papers by Richards (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the interrelated Richards, Minshull, and Walter families. Included are genealogical materials; account books (1782-96, 1835-49); a few papers related to siblings Lynde M. and Cornelia W. Walter's terms as the first and second editors of the Boston Transcript, including scrapbooks of her editorials (1839-47); deeds to land in Boston and elsewhere; and letters from Cornelia Walters from White Sulphur Springs, Va. while travelling with her sister who was receiving hydrotherapy
 
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