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Benedict family

Works: 95 works in 112 publications in 2 languages and 447 library holdings
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Benedict family papers, 1804-1974, (bulk 1855-1917) by Benedict family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

This collection consists of papers of Benedict family members in the United States, from the early nineteenth century until the late twentieth century. Included are school and personal papers, correspondence, home recipes and remedies, land ownership papers, photographs, certificates and diplomas including an 1879 pharmacy diploma from the University of Louisiana, an 1890 Tulane Law School commencement program, invitations, financial papers, clippings, maps, a small painting on wood, printed material, and other miscellaneous papers on various topics, held by Benedict family descendents in New Orleans, La., through 1974.
Papers, 1828-1889 by Benedict Family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Contents include a daybook, invoices, and other assorted papers relating to the personal finances of Enoch and Seymour Benedict. They resided at first in Truxton, Cortland County, then in Greig, Lewis County, N.Y.
Benedict, Bingham, Bishop, Bloomfield, Key, Milner and Rodgers family papers, 1827-1981, bulk 1860-1920( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, personal mementos, personal writings, genealogical and biographical data, along with the scrapbooks and photographs belonging to seventeen families are included in this collection. The families have intermarried creating connecting family relationships. The bulk of the papers belong to the Benedict, Bishop, Mabry and Milner families.
Benedict and Smith family papers, 1849-1929 by A. L Benedict( Book )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

General family correspondence, 1859-1929, mostly to A.L. Benedict; correspondence of A.L. Benedict as superintendent of the Division of Ethnology and Archaeology of the Pan-American Exposition, 1900-1902, as well as a map of the exposition grounds and notes on exhibits and concessions. Other papers of A.L. Benedict include writings on archaeology by Benedict and others, 1886-1909, medical and military certificates, and miscellaneous receipts and notes. Papers of N.G. and Gracia S. Benedict include estate papers, real estate records, and receipts for house construction, 1875-1912; estate papers of the Smith family, 1849- 1911, including papers of Lucy S., Sara M. and Kate M. Smith and others, and records of real estate in Buffalo and Clinton, N.Y. Also, notebooks of Charles W. Dobbins concerning archaeological and geological discoveries in Western New York, 1882-1886.
Papers, 1700-1918 by Davenport family( )

in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide

Series I. includes the personal and business correspondence of Amzi and Henry Davenport and the genealogical material of the Davenport family. Papers they collected include mostly correspondence, some deeds and other legal papers dating from 1775-1918. Also contained in the collection are various papers relating to Brooklyn history, mostly legal papers such as deeds and agreements that mention the Cortelyou, Dimon, Brevoort, Martense, Murphy and Schoonmaker families as well as individuals such as Teunis Joralemon, Thomas Northall, David Treadwell, Amos Lufkin, Henry Van Dyke.
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