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Ingram family

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Works: 207 works in 260 publications in 1 language and 1,146 library holdings
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[Accounts of money paid by members of the Ingram family for furniture and furnishings by Ingram family( Book )

in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[Accounts of money paid by members of the Ingram family for pictures and frames by Ingram family( Book )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Simons & Simons case records, I by S.C.) Simons & Simons (Charleston( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Collection consists of records (1853-1868) of the Independent (Congregational) or Circular Church, chiefly pertaining to the purchase of a lot on Laurel St. in Charleston, S.C., owned by William C. Dukes; papers (1849-1866) of the Ingraham family; and papers (1819-1873) of the I'On family, including case records for Jacob B. I'On et al. v. Benjamin DuBose and his wife, administratrix of the estate of William Cleiland. Papers (1845-1868) of John B. Irving are mostly correspondence. Letters of 1851 from Keating Simons Ball to James Simons, Sr. concern the sale of some land to which Dr. Irving might make claim. Letters of 1868 concern the case of Read v. Irving, about Kensington Plantation in St. Johns Berkeley Parish. Correspondents include John B. Irving in New York, and his son Aemilius Irving. Also included is a copy of the will (1852) of John B. Irving's aunt Elizabeth Corbett of Charleston; and two letters (1868) regarding the planting of Farmfield Plantation. A letter of Feb. 20, 1868, from John B. Irving in New York, to his son, describes how important property records at Kensington Plantation were lost during war when the place was plundered by General E.E. Potter's troops: "the soldiers broke into my study, saw my tin box, supposed it to contain money, knocked off the lock, and scattered all my papers of value on the lawn." In a letter of Feb. 28, 1868, Aemilius Irving, writing from Kensington Plantation, states that he was unable to find these papers, which may have been "destroyed among many others at the time everything else in our house was pulled to pieces."
Ingraham family diaries by Ingraham family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of diaries and notebooks kept by members of the Ingraham family of Saybrook, Connecticut. Some are labeled, including diaries of James W. Goodrich, John Ingraham, and Almira Ingraham. A sketchbook is included, as are an account book, a list of cemetery inscriptions, and a copy book
Ingram family photographs collection by Ingram family( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family papers by Lyman Trumbull( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, financial and legal records, diaries, speeches, clippings, scrapbooks and miscellaneous papers
Family of John M.J. Hardee by Goldie M Shaffer( Book )

1 edition published in 1960 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

by E. Ingraham Co( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Account books, ledgers, daybooks, bankbooks, purchasing records, invoices, and other financial records; correspondence (chiefly 1869-1947) with customers, suppliers, lawyers, and clock manufacturers; payroll volumes and ledgers; shipping records; correspondence, agreements, and contracts with United Electrical and Radio Workers of America (U.E.) and International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers (I.U.E.-C.I.O) locals, documenting labor relations; books of subsidiary companies; printed materials; catalogs; photos; charts; and other records. Contains correspondence and other papers of Ingraham family members including company founder, Elias (1805-1885) and presidents and other officers, Edward (1850-1892), Walter A. (1856-1930), Edward II (1887-1972), Dudley S. (1890-1982), and William S. Ingraham (1857-1930); and records of U.S. War Production Board which ordered the company to cease manufacture of clocks and watches and assume production of mechanical time-fuse parts of anti-aircraft artillery and other items for the armed forces during World War II. Correspondents include American Brass Company, Clock Manufacturers Associations of America, General Plate Corp., Ingersoll Watch Co., New Britain Spring Co., New Haven Clock Company, Seth Thomas Clock Company, Seymour, Earle & Nichols, and Stanley Works
Papers by Ingraham Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family correspondence of Almira Ingraham, Mary I. Trumbull, Lyman Trumbull, and Julia I. Rankin, dealing with their activities in Old Saybrook and Hartford, Conn., and Chicago, Illinois; includes transcriptions of political letters written to Lyman Trumbull between 1861 and 1863 and an album kept by Lyman Trumbull or his wife containing clipped autographs of historically prominent persons
 
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Alternative Names
Engram family

Engrim family

Ingraham family

Ingrahm family

Ingrim family

Ingrime family

Ingrom family

Ingrum family

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English (72)