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Goodwin family

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Works: 309 works in 380 publications in 1 language and 2,788 library holdings
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Bryant-Godwin family papers, 1800s-1975( )

in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide

Correspondence, speeches, mss. of writings, deeds, maps, surveys, architectural drawings, poetry, notes, and articles, relating to William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878); his career as author, poet, and editor of New York Evening Post; European travels; family; and the family retreat at Roslyn, N.Y; together with correspondence, journals, genealogy of the Godwin family, certificates, photos, films, books, and inventories, relating to members of the Bryant and Godwin families, including Bryant's wife, Frances (Fairchild) Bryant (1797-1866), daughters, Julia Sands Bryant (1831-1907) and Frances (Bryant) Godwin (1822-1893), son-in-law, Parke Godwin (1816-1904), grandson, Harold Godwin (1857-1931), and Harold's daughters, Elisabeth Love (1891-1975) and Frances Bryant (b. 1892) Godwin. Other persons represented include John S. Chapman, James Fenimore Cooper, and Bayard Taylor.
Goodwin family papers, 1847-1896 by Goodwin family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Contains correspondence primarily to James Junius Goodwin and his wife, Josephine Sarah "Sallie" (Lippincott) Goodwin. Correspondents include Goodwin's parents James Goodwin and Lucy (Morgan) Goodwin, his sisters Mary Goodwin and Sarah Morgan (Goodwin) Brownell, his brother Francis Goodwin, his son Walter L., his in-laws J. Bertram Lippincott and Josephine (Craige) Lippincott, his brother-in-law J. Bertram "Bertie" Lippincott, his uncle Junius Spencer Morgan, and his cousin J. Pierpont Morgan. Also contains some bills and receipts, the 1891 diary of Goodwin's son, James L. Goodwin, valentines to James J. Goodwin and several calling cards.
Vital records of the Goodwin family, 1779-1853 by Goodwin family( Book )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Goodwin-Albright family papers, 1910-1985 by Goodwin family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Letters to Eva Goodwin (Mrs. Philip A. Goodwin) from her daughter Jean and her husband Erving Albright concerning her college life and the early years of their married life, 1940s; from her son John H. Goodwin concerning his health, 1941; and from other friends and family; letters and clippings of Philip A. Goodwin concerning his divorce case against his first wife Flora L. Fraley, 1910-1911, and letters, invitations, and memorabilia from his term in the U.S. Congress, 1930s; letter from Mary Jansen Volk to her aunt Eva Goodwin written while serving with a military medical unit in North Africa and Italy during World War II, 1942-1945, with some mention of her husband Dr. Benjamin Volk also serving in the medical corps; and miscellaneous family programs, obituaries, clippings, photographs, receipts, and invitations.
Goodwin Family papers, 1832-1929 by Goodwin Family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Family papers of Scott Dumont Goodwin, Albany attorney, his wife Sarah C. Wait Goodwin, and their children George, Louise, Edward S., and Helen Goodwin Yale include letters of Sarah, 1850-90; correspondence between Scott and Sarah prior to their marriage, 1889-90; letters from George while away at school and in service during World War I, 1908-18; correspondence among the Goodwin children, 1914-29; correspondence and legal papers from cases handled by Scott, 1870-1920; diaries and travel journals kept by Scott, 1862-1922; diaries of George, 1913-18; account books of Scott's father Albert Goodwin, 1832-68; and miscellaneous household bills and accounts.
Thomas Clark papers, 1775-1852 (bulk 1800-1850) by Thomas Clark( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Chiefly four series of correspondence of Clark and other family members, including the Goodwins, the family of his first wife, Nancy (Goodwin) Clark, principally relating to Paris, Me., but also to other towns in New England and elsewhere; together with materials concerning community affairs at Paris Hill, such as school, church, and Masonic activities; and legal and business documents, such as wills, certificates, deeds, judgement orders, and pension claims, chiefly from Oxford County, Me.
Family papers, 1809-1839 by Goodwin family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Correspondence of Jeremiah Goodwin with subjects including: building a sleigh; War of 1812 (Battle of Plattsburgh), including a plan of a cantonment at Plattsburgh; independence of the state of Maine; a visit to Boston; petition for railroads and canals; and job as a timber agent.
Papers, 1838-1970 by Goodwin family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

The collection consists of correspondence, legal papers, diaries, account books, photographs, and clippings relating to the Goodwin family. There are also historical materials regarding Brookville, in Franklin County, Indiana. It is arranged by category and chronologically within category.
Stone-Goodwin-Parsons papers, 1739-1918( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Collection contains the papers of three interrelated families of Newburyport, Mass., 1739-1918. The Parsons papers include a sermon (1739) and other papers of Jonathan Parsons, pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Newbury, Mass., family records, including a pre-nuptial agreement (1790), and genealogical information. The Goodwin family papers include family correspondence and records, in particular their connections with the Stone family, and the will of Nathaniel Goodwin (1817). The largest part of the collection consists of the Stone family papers including those of Jacob Stone and his son, Jacob Stone, Jr., including a biographical sketch of the latter, (b. 1805); deeds and mortgages to the land in Newburyport; papers of George F.P. Stone; Henry A. Stone family letters written during his service in the Civil War; and biographical material on Goodwin Atkins Stone, who was in the Second Mass. Volunteer Calvary, and died as a result of injuries at the Battle of Aldie, near Falls Church, Va., during the Civil War, 1864. Also, various Stone family letters and genealogical information, and a copy of a letter from Oliver Wolcott to Major General Samuel Holden Parsons (1779).
Papers, 1862-1873 by Goodwin family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Correspondence of members of the Archer and Goodwin families of Virginia. Represented are Frances (Williamson) Archer ([1796-1878] of Richmond, Va.), her daughter, Mary Frances (Archer) Goodwin ([b. 1817] of Wytheville, Va.), Mary's husband, the Rev. Frederick Deane Goodwin ([1804- 1881] Protestant Episcopal clergyman of Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland), and Mary and Frederick's daughter, Mary Baldwin (Goodwin) Lacy (b. 1844). Topics include news of family and friends in Richmond and Wytheville, Va.; Civil War actions in and around Wytheville, including the burning of the town in 1863; and the high church/low church controversy within the Episcopal Church during the 1870s.
Godwin-Riddick papers, 1783-1886 by Godwin family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Papers, 1783-1886, of the Godwin and Riddick families of Nansemond County, Va. which are chiefly receipts.
Goodwin family papers, 1826-1959 by Goodwin family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Letters, memoirs, journals, sermons, monographs, genealogical material (concerning Goodwin, Archer, Silvester, Ballard and Smith families) and printed material of members of the Goodwin family.
Goodwin family papers, 1799-1920 by Goodwin Family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

This collection contains correspondence, diaries, and other records of the Goodwin family. Includes a photo album of Mary Goodwin's European tour in 1867, Lucy (Morgan) Goodwin's passport for the same trip, and diaries kept by the two women over a number of years. Also found in the collection are assorted papers of James Junius Goodwin, a visitors' book to his home, a book of addresses and at-home days, and a record of family life events kept by Lucy (Morgan) Goodwin. Correspondents include Eunice (Roberts) Goodwin, James Goodwin, James J. Goodwin, Lucy (Morgan) Goodwin, M.M. Smith, Francis Goodwin, Sarah Goodwin, Mary Goodwin, Philip Lippincott Goodwin, J. Pierpont Morgan, Junius Spencer Morgan, Sarah S. Morgan, Julia P. Smith, Morgan Smith, James H. Greene, W.H. Thorne, and opera singer Marcia Van Dresser. Newspaper clippings have been removed from the collection. Genealogical material compiled about the Goodwin family is also included.
Francis Goodwin family papers, 1848-1923 by Francis Goodwin( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Primarily personal and church-related correspondence of a Hartford, Connecticut, minister. Correspondents include Elizabeth H. Colt, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Junius Spencer Morgan, Francis' father James Goodwin, his sister Mary, and Francis' wife Mary Alsop Jackson Goodwin. Francis' papers also document his long history as pastor of Trinity Church in Hartford, his interest in developing Keney Park and expanding it with a park named after his own family, his work as trustee of the Wadsworth Atheneum, and his continuing contact with Berkeley Divinity School. Additional family members included in the collection are Francis' mother Lucy Morgan Goodwin, and his siblings Sarah Morgan Goodwin Brownell and James J. Goodwin.
Papers, 1889-1893 by Goodwin family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

The more than 360 items in this collection reflect building projects undertaken by the Goodwins that were supervised by T.A. Curtis from 1889 to 1893, including: specifications, contracts, monthly reports on work in progress sent to the Goodwins from Curtis, measurements, and comments on construction details. Buildings represented include: the Residence of Rev. Francis Goodwin, Woodside (the Goodwin family home), the Wadsworth Athenaeum, Trinity Church, a house on the corner of Brook and Fairmont Sts., the Putnam Phalanx Armory, a commercial building on the east corner of Asylum and Haynes St.(which was to be used for insurance rooms and stores), and a building on the west corner of Haynes and Pearl Sts. (possibly an addition to the famed Goodwin Building). The latter three buildings, designed by architect George Keller, formed part of the Goodwin commercial block. Contractors represented are Hiram Bissell (mason), C.B. Andrus (mason), the Barrett Bros. (carpenters), N.A. Bosworth (steam heating), and Robinson Lead Co. (plumbing and gas fittings), A. W. Scoville (builder), R.T. Oakes & Co. (electricians), and Longstaff & Hurd (general contractors).
Goodwin family papers, 1676-1902 by Goodwin family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Primarily deeds of a Hartford, Connecticut founding family, including three generations of William Goodwins who lived 1629-1774. Includes Hartford apprenticeship indentures, 1714-1715. Also includes liquor licenses, financial records and correspondence from the East Hartford, Connecticut branch of the family, namely Joseph, Caleb, Edward S., Edward O. and Joseph O. Goodwin. Papers of two non-Goodwin individuals are included, deeds, 1714-1716, of Thomas Bidwell of Hartford, and Timothy Pitkin's expenses on a trip to Boston, 1808.
Letters, 1862-1865 by Goodwin family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

15 miscellaneous letters from Union soldiers to their families. Correspondants include Charles W. Goodwin, Eben S. Elliott and Sarah F.B. Perley.
Papers, 1720-1921 by Lucy Cook Peel( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

These papers consist of genealogy research.
Goodwin and Morriss family papers, 1815-1897( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Chiefly papers and family correspondence of Dr. Beverly Preston Morriss (b. 1822) of Amherst County, Va., physician and partner in Coons and Morriss, a tanning business, 1863-1865, which supplied the Confederate army, relating to the tanning business and the settling of family property in Virginia and West Virginia. Also included are scattered papers, 1875- 1897, of John W. Goodwin, of Lynchburg, Va., an agent with the Norfolk and Western and other railroads, consisting of business and some family letters.
Papers, 1840-1862 by Goodwin family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Papers of the Goodwin family, especially the correspondence and papers of Richard Chapman Goodwin. Papers include several compositions of R.C. Goodwin while a student at Boston Latin School; letters between his parents Lucy and Ozias Goodwin; and letters to his family during his travels in England, France, and Italy. While serving as a captain in the Massachusetts Volunteers, 2nd Regiment, Goodwin wrote extensively to his mother of the conduct of commanding officers N.P. Banks, George Gordon, and George McClellan, and of camp life and troop movements until his death at the Battle of Cedar Mountain. Newspapers and correspondence following Goodwin's death relate the events of the battle and convey condolences to the Goodwin family. Additional correspondents were Goodwin's brother Ozias, and sisters Eliza Goodwin and Lucy Goodwin Wadsworth.
 
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