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He joined Joshua and Samuel Humphreys in a company to build steamships and served as collector for the Port of Philadelphia. These papers reflect Jones's activities, his descendants, and other related families. Gift of John H. Among other William Jones papers are: Navy estimates for dimensions and equipment of ships of war; estate papers; newspaper clippings; and Smith's biographical notes.
The collection includes other miscellaneous letters and genealogies of Smith's family. Clarke, Jones, Loxley and related lines are represented. There is a logbook kept by Lloyd Jones, , of two voyages made by the brig Benjamin Franklin between Philadelphia and Bordeaux. Uselma Clarke Smith's own papers are few: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice George Sharswood letters, , concerning property settlement; letters and documents, , relative to the schooling of his son Robert M.
Loxley, and others; law school notes; and miscellany. The papers include a scrapbook of clippings, letters, and invitations relating to Ernest T. Trigg's activity in the Chamber of Commerce; Trigg's report as regional advisor to War Industrial Board, ; letters, forms, on the work done to organize Philadelphia for war. Jones, Horatio Gates, Early history of Roxborough and Manayunk, Correspondence, accounts, business papers, legal papers and miscellaneous materials pertaining to the Jones family.
In particular are papers for Owen Jones, Jr. Papers of Jefferson Justice, regimental quartermaster, th Regiment Infantry, Pennsylvania Volunteers, on supplies issued to the regiment. Both almanacs contain miscellaneous notes and accounts. Josiah Granville Leach was a Philadelphia lawyer, genealogist, and historian. Accounts kept by William A.
Lee of a select Philadelphia seminary for boys and girls which he ran under various names at various location within Philadelphia. Notes of William McCarter's experiences in the Civil War and accounts of the campaigns in which he participated. He was the legal editor of the Philadelphia Intelligencer from , a member of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and an inveterate compiler of lists.
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Extracts from Mile's historical and statistical description of the Royal Naval Service of England and data on the building and extension of the United States Navy. Scrapbooks containing clippings, engravings, business cards, and postcards; photograph albums; and letterbooks, of Philadelphia merchant Richard Price about friends, family, local events and society. Records of land warrants entered in , bound in a volume, Acts of the Assembly of Pennsylvania; A brief account of the Province of Pennsylvania lately granted Pennypacker's manuscript of his Desecration and profanation of the Pennsylvania capital, ca.
Visitor's book, Christ Healing the Sick, ; account book of the monies received by the hospital; reports from the Board of Managers; letters to and from Benjamin West; papers on the publication of the history of Pennsylvania Hospital, ; and material on the controversy between Dr. Muster roll of the Philadelphia Associators, organized mainly of merchants in order to protect Philadelphia and the city's commercial interests. Selective Service System Philadelphia, Pa.
Manuscripts of Old Pennsylvania on the Trail of Washington, , and Places of Worship, both volumes contain photographs. Court docket of John Morin Scott, lawyer and mayor of Philadelphia, with entries for Scott's son, Lewis Allaire Scott, who joined his father's law office in Essay entitled "Mound builders of the Missouri" on the terrain of the Missouri Valley, including a brief history of the Lewis and Clark expedition with biographical information on Meriwether Lewis, and a description of the various Indian tribes in the West. This essay was read before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
Register containing record of ships, where built, registered, names of owners and masters, manifests of cargoes; name of port not indicated. Solomon Solis-Cohen was a medical doctor, served as Chairman of the Board of Education for Philadelphia, and was active in the Zionist movement in the United States and many other philanthropic endeavors. Brief of title to a piece of land on the south side of South Street in Philadelphia. Memoranda, accounts, and other notes made by John Swift, an early settler of Pennsylvania kept in his copy of Rider's British Merlin almanac for Correspondence, , for William Lehman and B.
Lehman, both of whom served as general supervisors and engineers for the Union Canal Company; miscellaneous business records, ; letterbooks, ; letterbook of B. Lehman, ; business books, ; annual reports, ; maps, charts, photographs, and diagrams. Logbooks kept by members of the U. Marine Corps Air Force. Entries show number of hours flown, types of plane used. General orders from the adjutant general's office and from headquarters at Camp Marcus Hook, Philadelphia, and New York. Accounts of Army discipline, courts-martial. The Adjuvant Horse Company was a Philadelphia company organized in to facilitate the recovery of stolen horses and the detection of thieves.
It incorporated in and dissolved in Divisional reports, ; letters; bulletins, , describing the activities of the Pennsylvania-Delaware Division of the American Red Cross during the First World War. The Baltimore and Philadelphia Steamship Company was chartered in to provide steamboat service between Baltimore and Philadelphia via the Delaware and Chesapeake Canal.
The Company ceased operation in Manuscript of George Washington Barton include: Stock certificates issued to Thomas Biddle. The businesses represented include canal, turnpike and bridge companies; railroads; banks; and insurance and mining companies. Deeds; marriage certificates of the Crossdale, Taylor, and Watson families; and charts of the Boker and Van Horn families. Business letters to Thomas Fletcher, Philadelphia goldsmith and jeweler, some describing the affairs of the firms of Fletcher and Gardiner, , and of Fletcher and Bennett, Correspondence on the luncheon given to the crown prince and princess of Sweden by the Council of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania and by the Swedish Colonial Society, June 2, Letters and papers of the Gibbons, ; Howell, ; Richardson, ; and related families.
These include a letterbook of Rebecca Richardson, New York, Family letters, most of them written to or by Mrs. Eliza Hinckly Landon and Mrs. Letters and notes compiled by Frank Willing Leach when writing "Pennsylvania in the United States Senate," a series of articles that appeared in the Sunday North American, ; letters from descendants of the senators; genealogical notes of their families. Frank Willing Leach's notes, clippings, drafts, transcripts and some correspondence for research on his series of articles on duels, Famous "Affairs of Honor" in America.
Papers and notes of Dr. Marion Dexter Learned, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and a leader in societies interested in the study of German culture; diaries of members of the Learned family showing conditions in Europe in Scrapbooks containing letters, announcements, photographs, and clippings on the activities of the Merion Cricket Club. Records of Company D, Letters, notices of musters, clippings, and other records on the Philadelphia militia regiment that took part in suppressing the labor troubles at Hazelton in and at Pittsburgh in , and which saw service as the th Regiment during World War I.
Papers of the Philadelphia Bicycle Club including: The Philadelphia Bourse was a corporation formed in to protect and further the business and commercial interests of the city. The Bourse Building, was built to house exchanges, the Board of Trade, and similar groups. Minutes of the Philadelphia Juvenile Court and Probation Association, ; minutes of the Philadelphia Child Welfare Association, ; constitution of the Philadelphia Juvenile Court and Probation Association; bylaws of the Philadelphia Child Welfare Association; history of the House of Detention, ; Judge Staake remarks on the administration of the Juvenile Court, ; correspondence regarding cooperation of the police and the schools with the Court, Ordinances and papers on the location of City Hall; reports of committees; and manuscript and corrected proofs of a history of City Hall.
Testimony before the Reviewing Board of the Philadelphia County Board of Assistance on the appeals of 50 employees discharged for alleged communist affiliation, Miscellaneous collection of letters, most of them addressed to members of the law firm of [John F. Siner, Philadelphia gunsmith and sporting goods dealer. Manuscripts and clippings of articles and addresses by Edward Robins dealing with literary and historical matters, and personal letters to Robins.
Papers of Edward S. Henry Carvill Lewis was a geologist with undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in and Letters, notes, programs, clippings, obituaries, and some photographs of his schooling, lectures, travels, and the clubs and organizations with which he was involved. The Scioto Land Company, organized in , had options on approximately 5,, acres of land in Ohio.
The French land company failed in
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