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Putnam family

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by Putnam family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Merchant correspondence includes letter books and South American and U.S. domestic correspondence chiefly relating to Edward Putnam's (1806-1852) activities as merchant agent in Brazil and later as Salem merchant specializing in rubber shoe and bulk rubber trade with Brazil; merchant agent activities of his brother, John Fisk Putnam (b. 1800), in Brazil; and interests of another brother, Charles Fisk Putnam (1802-1862), ship and general store owner, in international and domestic trade. Of interest is South American correspondence recounting political unrest and revolution in Brazil in the 1830s and papers pertaining to a steam sugar mill shipped to Brazil. Shipping papers (1834-1851) consist of ships' papers, shipping accounts and memorandums, rubber shoe auction catalogs, and insurance papers, including papers of brig Curlew of which Edward Putnam was master and of vessels owned by the Allen family and T.P. Pingree of Salem, for whom Edward was Brazilian agent; papers of brig Heber and schooner Florence documenting John Putnam's positions as master and supercargo; and estate papers of Antonio da Costa, master of brig Marion which was lost at sea in 1844
Calhoun-Putnam family papers by Calhoun family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Business and personal correspondence, account book, letter book with poems, family Bibles, newspaper clippings, and other printed materials. Persons represented include John Caldwell Calhoun (1823-1855), William Lowndes Calhoun (1829-1858), and Benjamin Alexander Putnam (1801-1869)
Putnam family papers by Putnam family( )

in Undetermined and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence; genealogical information; a photo album; photographs and tintypes; an inventory notebook; contracts; clippings; and miscellaneous material
Colonel Daniel Putnam Association records, 1945-1979 by Inc Colonel Daniel Putnam Association( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of scrapbooks, correspondence, and genealogical information pertaining to the descendants of Col. Daniel Putnam. The Colonel Daniel Putnam Association, Inc. was formed on May 25, 1910, as a historical society in honor of Colonel Daniel Putnam, a son of Revolutionary War hero Major General Israel Putnam. The Association owns and preserves a historical house in Brooklyn, Connecticut, formerly owned by Daniel. The correspondence is that of former Registrar Anna Putnam Malbone Browne
Preston-Dodge family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, commissions, cashbooks, documents, scrapbooks, and an autograph collection of the Preston, Putnam, and Dodge families of Danvers, Mass. Those represented include Harriet Waters Preston, Samuel Preston, E. E. Putnam, and Judge Samuel Putnam
Papers by Samuel Putnam( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of Samuel Putnam, justice of the Mass. Supreme Judicial Court, contain letters on current national politics from U.S. senators Timothy Pickering and William Reed. Among the specific political topics discussed are U.S. commerce, the non-importation acts, the Embargo, and the War of 1812. The papers also contain family letters, letters to his wife, Sarah G. Putnam, and letters from Mass. judges on legal cases and court matters. These correspondents include Paine Wingate, John Pickering, Isaac Parker, Charles Jackson, and Charles G. Loring. Also included is an account book of current expenses from 1835-1841 identified as belonging to James Jackson, Sr
Putnam Family Papers by Putnam family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Salem, MA family. Includes shipping papers of Edward (1806-1852), shipmaster, Brazilian merchant agent and Salem merchant; records of the general store and pharmacy owned by Charles (1802-1862) and George (1804-1860); and business and personal papers of other family members, such as Ebenezer (1797-1876), Salem postmaster
Letters by Putnam family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters to family members from James O., Harriet, Kate F. and George Palmer Putnam. Subjects include travel in France, and the Civil War
Putnam Family of Danvers, MA Papers by Putnam family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters of Arthur A. Putnam, Elias E. Putnam, Mary A. Putnam, some photos, a map of Essex County dated 18331, and other misc. letters
Putnam family by Putnam family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consists of materials relating to social and political issues in Michigan during the World War I era. They include pamphlets circulated by the Michigan Equal Suffrage Association advocating women's suffrage. It also includes pamphlets and sample ballots from the Michigan Anti-Saloon League concerning a proposed "Beer and Wine Amendment" to the state constitution, which would set up protection for the liquor trade. Other materials relate to voter registration procedures, Liberty Loans, and Selective Service registration. Also included in the collection are certificates acknowledging Mr. Grant Putnam's membership on the Ingham County War Preparedness Committee and the War Board
Putnam family letters( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Mainly written to Walter Tell Putnam in California, including letter by his mother Sarah, describing her voyage to England in 1857. A Putnam family genealogy included
Recipes by Putnam family( Book )

1 edition published in 1840 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Cooking recipes and a few remedies
Papers by Putnam Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers, mostly in the 1850's, including letters from Charles Marsh Putnam, Presbyterian clergyman, to his father while he attended Ohio University, Yale College, and Andover Seminary, ca. 1824-28; letters to his daughter Lydia H. Putnam while she was a student at Putnam Female Seminary, Putnam, Ohio, and Western Female Seminary, Oxford, Ohio, 1852-57; sermons and church records from his ministry at the Presbyterian Church in Jersey, Ohio; letters of David Putnam, regarding Marietta and Belpre, Northwest Territory; a letter to him from Harmon Blennerhasset outlining his activities and opportunities in Mississippi Territory; letters of William Pitt Putnam; and letters of Israel Putnam. Contact repository for more information
Papers by Charles P Putnam( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Physician, of Boston, Mass. Putnam's correspondence with his family during his study of medicine in Europe (1869-70) and other letters from his family and associates, notably Oliver Wendell Holmes (1881). Putnam family papers include family correspondence of Dr. Charles Gideon Putnam and his wife, Elizabeth Cabot Jackson Putnam, papers (1804-34) of her father, Dr. James Jackson, some (1804-06) relating to the Massachusetts Medical Society, and letters from Tracy Jackson Putnam to his mother describing activities while serving in the ambulance service during World War I. The collection includes Washburn family correspondence (1866-1879) and letters of William T. Washburn. Of interest is a vivid eyewitness account of the Battle of Ball's Bluff (1861), Leesburg, Virginia contained in a letter from Caspar Crowninshield to his mother
Putnam Family papers by Putnam Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Copybook (1813), deeds, maps, receipts, wills, inventories, legal papers, marriage certificates, autograph album and a few family letters
by Putnam family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters between Aaron L. and Dolly E. Putnam, who settled in Fredonia, and Nathan B. Putnam and Hannah Crosby, relatives in Massachusetts, 1835-39. Subjects include the move west, family news, and life in Fredonia. Other items are an 1830 tourist map of New York State; a composition by Aaron O. Putnam while a student at Fredonia Academy, 1851; and ten deeds of Putnam and Crosby families for land in Massachusetts and Chautauqua County, 1798-1838
Putnam, & Sewall Family Papers by Putnam family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

York, ME family. Series I. includes the correspondence, essays, speeches, memo books, annotated almanacs, and journals of Dr. Jeremiah S. Putnam. Letters to and from Dr. Putnam detail the social and professional relationships Dr. Putnam sustained with his siblings, the Sewall family, and the community of York, Maine. Dr. Putnam's essays and speeches address a wide variety of topics, ranging from his medical teachings, his involvement with the York School Committee, and his ideas on moral issues of the day. Series II. consists primarily of letters written to Ruth Putnam, her sister Nancy Sewall, her children Mary H. Putnam and G. William S. Putnam, and her daughter-in-law Typhena Remick. Additional correspondence is arranged by family. This includes the Samuel Sewall family, the Captain Thomas Putnam family, the Enoch Remick family, and the Captain Paul Langdon family. This material has been arranged chronologically within each folder. These letters detail the lives of the extended Sewall family and friends in York, Maine for over 100 years. Genealogical material is also included for the Sewall and Putnam families. Series III. consists primarily of the papers of individuals actively involved in local York county government during the late 1700s and early 1800s. This includes the papers of John Kingsbury and his son Benjamin Kingsbury, Samuel Derby, Collector of Customs, and Ruben Derby. Additionally, written notices and petitions, receipts, deeds, and bills of sale document local county life in York, Maine
Washington State Library's collection of Goldie Van Putnam papers by Goldie Van Putnam( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Washington State Library (WSL) has a collection of Goldie Van Putnam's papers. This collection consists of: handwritten genealogy of the Putnam Family; typescript correspondence between Mrs. Putnam and WSL; copies of Putnam Family correspondence, 1824-1843; copy of the Autobiographical Sketches of Experiences in Oregon and Washington, 1896-1935; typescript of an article titled Kewa and a typescript of an article Spokane's Oldest Horse
Anne L. Page Papers by Anne L Page( )

1 edition published in 1890 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Danvers (Mass.) woman. Family book of biographical and genealogical notes, prepared in 1890 with photographs, with data regarding Lucy Larcom, Page, and Putnam families
Putnam family papers by Putnam family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Putnam family papers are mainly comprised of records documenting the land transactions of the Putnam family. Ordered chronologically, those records dating from 1794 to 1815 primarily consist of deeds to tracts of land in Ohio granted by the Ohio Company of Associates. In addition, this group of records also relates to the granting of land to David Putnam. The second chronological aggregation of records dating from 1834 to 1841 relates to legal and land transactions concerning Douglas Putnam and the Pickering family. Those records in this collection dating from 1871 to 1889 concern the legal records of land transactions in Cook County, Il. that document the role Samuel H. Putnam, Jr. played in the purchase and sale of land in Cook County, Il. These records include examinations of titles, deeds, and other legal documentation. In addition, this collection also includes a diary dating from 1862 to 1864 written by Rev. J.F. Scurlock, a Methodist minister who served for the Confederate Army during the Civil War. Beyond a label located on the inner page of the diary marked with the name, Major Louise Putnam Todd, the relation of this diary to the remainder of the collection is uncertain
 
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Putman family

Putnan family

Puttman family

Puttnem family

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