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French family

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Works: 401 works in 521 publications in 2 languages and 2,423 library holdings
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Classifications: CS499, 929.2415
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Most widely held works by French family
Duane French : "Pity is just another form of abuse" by John C Hughes( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Profile of Duane French was written by John C. Hughes in 2016 as part of Legacy Washington, a historical project within the Washington Office of Secretary of State. It is one of the in-depth profiles of the series Who ARE we? : Washington's Kaleidoscope. The Project follows the journey of key citizens that influence our communities in a series of online profiles
The families of French of Belturbet and Nixon of Fermanagh, and their descendants by Henry Biddall Swanzy( Book )

1 edition published in 1908 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

French family photograph series by French family( Visual )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

To the building of the Women's League at the University of Michigan
by Sawyer family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Daybooks and ledgers chiefly documenting farming, produce sales, and livestock rental transactions as well as entries relating to coopering, shoemaking, glazing, weaving, and blacksmithing, of Josiah Sawyer (1709-1792), his sons, Israel (1739-1821) and John (b. 1744), and grandson, Israel (1799-1848); together with accounts of Josiah's sister Tirzah's husbands, David Ring (1693-1752) and Reuben French (d. 1782), pertaining to shipbuilding, ironwork, and dry goods. Includes vital records of Sawyer and French family members and their relatives
French family papers by French family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The processed portion is summarized above and is described in the register. Additional photographic accessions are described below
Memoir of the family of French (De La Freyne, De Freyne, Frenshe, Ffrench, &c.) by John D'Alton( Book )

1 edition published in 1847 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

French family papers by French family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Files of J. Leslie French, Presbyterian clergyman, and first campus minister at the University of Michigan Tappan Hall Presbyterian Association, relating to religious activities and interests; and papers of his wife, Edna Cumming French, largely concerning her involvement in the Alumnae Council's fundraising for the construction of the Women's League; also includes paper, "Status of Women in University Life," and photographs
French family receipt and order by French family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A receipt documenting John T. French paid 66 dollars and 50 cents for the winter school bill in Weston, Connecticut. The money was received by Nathan Brisco. Perkins French was directed to appear on the parade ground on the first Monday of May armed and equipped as the law directed for militia muster. The order was signed by the commander of the 4th Regiment of Infantry
Papers of French family by French family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Daybook, 1819-1821, kept by Amos French of Salisbury, Ma. for shoemaking and repair work. Accounts, 1830, and poem, n.d. of Moses French
Coolidge and Dame family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Multi-generational collection of papers of the Coolidge and Dame families of Massachusetts, including correspondence, personal papers, diaries, writings, financial papers, account books, political papers, scrapbooks, and printed material. The collection contains the papers of Lorin Low Dame related to his Civil War service in the 15th Battery, Massachusetts Volunteer Light Artillery; his work as a high school principal in Stoneham and Medford, Mass.; and his avocation as a botanist. Papers of Richard Bradford Coolidge relate to his work as a lawyer and banker in Medford, Mass.; his two terms in the Massachusetts legislature; his service as mayor of Medford from 1923-1926; and his work with the John C. Campbell Folk School of Brasstown, N.C. The papers of Jean Thoits Coolidge include letters and writings describing her life in Japan from 1936 to 1939, and her work during World War II to help Japanese American students transfer from internment camps and western war zones to schools in other parts of the country. The papers of William Bradford Coolidge include material from his time as a journalist in pre-World War II Japan and China; his employment with the Foreign Broadcasting Information Service and State Department; and his diplomatic postings in Japan, Thailand, and Turkey. Topics prominently featured throughout the collection include courtship and marriage; student life at Tufts University; travel through Europe, the Near East, and Asia; and family life and daily activities, primarily in Medford, Mass. Other significant correspondents include George Morgan Bacon, Isabel Dame Bacon, Olive Coolidge Butman, Robert Charles Butman, Harry M. Cary, Ruth Coolidge Cary, Merrit Bradford Coolidge, Ruth Dame Coolidge, Olive Dame Campbell, Daisy Dame, Nancy Isabel Arnold Dame, William Riley French, and Barbara Bacon McConnell
by French Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Contains teaching certificates for Clara French, North Colesville, Broome County, NY, 1889 and for Charles L. Eldred, North Colesville, 1891. Both include grades. Also, school test papers of Nellie French for grammar, physiology, arithmetic, etc., North Colesville, 1892
Washington State Library's collection of B.F. Brown family correspondence and papers by Washington State Library( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This is a collection of copies and originals of correspondence and papers of the B.F. Brown family. Included in the collection are the original wills for B.F. Brown and Theodore L. Brown. The collection includes the original list of the lots and land belonging to B.F. and Mary Brown. The original Letters of Administration for Mary Brown's estate are in the collection. There are some copies of letters sent among the Olney sisters from the 1860's. And, there is a copy of the family information from the Olney family Bible
French family by French family( )

in Ewe and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists largely of personal correspondence of the French and Cady families, related through the marriage of Sarah Jane Cady to Newell Andrew French. The families were originally from New York and Pennsylvania. Although most letters contain family news, there are those discussing land, crops, and conditions of the times. The letters of Myron French and Charles Cady from June 9, 1861 through June 29, 1864 describe the Civil War. A letter of August 12, 1861 tells of the ammunition depot at City Point, Virginia being blown up. A letter of January 27, 1862 states that a Confederate prisoner of the Union said 2/3 of the men in Confederate army would desert if they could. There is also a war diary (1864) of N. A. French. The letters from A. J. O'Brian, dated August 4, 1872 - January 2, 1876, describe in detail the land, crops, climate, and general frontier news of central Kansas (Rice County). Letters of April 18, 1873 and May 10, 1873 tell of buffalo hunts and frontier attitude toward the Indians. A letter dated January 13, 1875 tells of locust raids on Western Kansas. The letter of January 2, 1876 discusses the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. Most of these letters relate the economic situation. Much of the collection concerns local activities and news of Michigan since N. A. French's move to Kalkaska, Michigan. A letter of March 25, 1887 tells of the formation of a W.C.T.U. in Reading and their plans for the coming election. In 1902 I. C. French became secretary of the Kalkaska Masonic Lodge and letters of that year mostly concern a state-wide Masonic outing at Charlevoix. There is a letter from Alex Moore, January 28, 1910, describing Guadalajara, Mexico. Letter from December 29, 1930 - March 25, 1931 describe Russell French's trip through Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Nassau, and Washington D.C. There are descriptions of crops, prices, and the cities he toured. Envelopes separate
Bartholomew family papers and town records by Bartholomew family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Primarily land and financial records related to several generations of the Bartholomew family of Bristol, Connecticut, who were store keepers, tavern proprietors and merchants. The bulk of the Bartholomew material belonged to Lemma, Lemuel and George Wells Bartholomew. Among Lemma's papers are legal documents concerning George Stillman and Charles Morgan, who were involved with trade in the West Indies. Also includes papers of the Stiles and French families, town records of Bristol, Southbury and Woodbury, Connecticut, assorted documents, and of most interest, records of the colonial treasury's reimbursement to John Lord, manager of the Hartford workhouse and payment to individuals for keeping indigent women and children. In the Bristol town records is a bill to Abel Lewis for his services relating to the 1809 Independence Ball
Diary, French Family by French family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

French-Wicker family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, financial records, deeds & other legal documents, estate papers, diaries, and genealogical materials
Robert G. Valentine family papers by Robert G Valentine( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Valentine's many letters to his wife, aunts, and other family members chronicle his studies at Harvard University as well as his careers as an English instructor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; as a New York City banker; as commissioner of the Office of Indian Affairs; and as a founder of the field of industrial relations. Valentine's papers include correspondence with poet Amy Lowell, an enthusiastic reviewer of his poetry, as well as letters and professional papers from 1906-1912 that illustrate his career at the Office of Indian Affairs, describing his travels to reservations across the United States, his mediations with Native American representatives, the development of Indian schools, and his frustration with Washington bureaucracy. 1911-1912 letters, particularly correspondence with New Hampshire governor Robert Bass, discuss his views and participation in Progressive Party politics. Personal and professional papers, 1912-1916, including correspondence with Felix Frankfurter, illustrate Valentine's effort to develop the field of industrial relations into a scientific profession, representing both labor and management
Miscellaneous manuscripts by French family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Deposition (1660) regarding a mare signed by Commissioner Brian Pendleton; bond (1675) for Charles and Edward Hilton to answer complaint of Capt. Walter Barefoot; report (1700) on laying out the Exeter, N.H., highway signed by John Plaisted, Henry Dow, and Moses Leavitt; order (1706) of William Vaughan directing the people to the garrison and instructing the militia to be ready to march; list (1716) of debts of the Province of New Hampshire, including government salaries and disbursements; tax list (1727) from New Castle, N.H., with names and amounts; complaint (1734) against Daniel Lunt of Greenland, N.H., for selling liquor without a license signed by innkeeper Enoch Clark; jury summons (1735) for a court in New Castle, N.H., signed by Richard Waldron and Ephriam Dennet, justices of the peace, and a juror list signed by Eleazer Russell, sheriff
by French family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consists chiefly of documents related to the military service of William R. French during the Civil War. A number of items relate to a fracas between black and white troops that occurred in Charleston, South Carolina in July 1865. This incident resulted in the confinement of the 165th New York Volunteers at Fort Sumter, and the jailing of a number of officers of the 165th, including Capt. William R. French. Included are copies of letters Eli French sent to various government and military officers seeking to have his son and fellow soldiers exonerated of all charges
French family papers by French family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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