Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Books of blank or lined paper on which letters to be sent have been written; also copies of letters, originally on loose sheets, bound together, usually in chronological order.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Chauncey family-Fowler family papers
Call Number: GEN MSS 814
Abstract: The papers consist of correspondence, account books, Yale College diplomas, and miscellaneous documents related to Nathaniel Chauncey, and his son Elnathan Chauncey and great-grandson William Chauncey Fowler. The collection contains more than 5,000 letters exchanged by members of the Chauncey, Ellsworth, Fowler, Goodrich, Hand, March, Wadsworth, and Webster families, in particular Rebecca and Noah Webster, as well as various prominent friends in New England. Also present are more than 100...
Call Number: OSB MSS 168
Abstract: The Clinton Papers contain correspondence, letterbooks, financial papers and other material documenting aspects of the lives and military careers of Sir William Henry Clinton (1769-1846) and his brother Sir Henry Clinton (1771-1829). They include hundreds of letters from Henry to William Henry, many written from Spain during the Napoleonic Wars, as well as letters by other members of the Clinton family; journals kept by Sir Henry Clinton, the letterbooks of Sir William Henry Clinton, and...
William Whittemore Low ships’ logs
Call Number: GEN MSS 1806
Abstract: Fifteen manuscript ships’ logs, letter books, and other notes kept by William Whittemore Low while serving various assignments aboard United States Navy vessels, 1822-1876 (bulk 1841-1876).Ships represented include the USS Franklin, USS Missouri, USS Decatur, USS Columbus, USS Portsmouth, USS Octorara, USS Oneida, USS Mohican, and USS Tennessee.Logs for the USS Decatur and ...
Dates: 1822-1876, bulk 1841-1876
Prescott & Sherman Records
Call Number: GEN MSS 1792
Account books, daybooks, letter books, and other bound volumes documenting the efforts of merchants Benjamin Prescott and Roger Sherman, Jr. in the operation of their store, Prescott & Sherman, in New Haven, Connecticut, 1804-1847.