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Thu Oct 16 18:01:15 2014 UTClccn-n861144560.00Housebooks, 1841-18530.561.00Colgate and the soap with the strange ingredient/65493421William_Colgaten 861144561798604lccn-no93016828Everts, W. W.(William Wallace)1814-1890np-carver, saxon roweCarver, Saxon Rowelccn-n50060013American Baptist Publication Societylccn-n87134053Murphy, Wm. D.(William D.)np-colgate familyColgate familynp-eytinge, louis victorEytinge, Louis Victorlccn-n99270789Colgate & Companynp-runnels, hardin rRunnels, Hardin R.lccn-n86114798Bergen, Frank1851-1934lccn-n85073013Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamColgate, William1783-1857HistoryBiographyCanadaArtColgate, William,Jefferys, Charles W.--(Charles William),Painting, CanadianPainting, ModernSculpture, CanadianSculpture, ModernBaptistsArt, CanadianNew York (State)--New YorkPaintersMorrice, James Wilson,United StatesArtistsSoapColgate & CompanyIndustrialistsFinance, PersonalCost and standard of livingSoap factoriesSmith, FrancisTexas--BrownsvilleAmerican Bible UnionTennessee--KnoxvilleGorgas, Josiah,Texas--BrenhamMissouri--Saint LouisChemical industryTexas--AustinSoap tradeTexas--Brazoria CountyAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Hancock, JohnHarrison, JamesTexas--WacoPlantationsBibleSmith, HenryCandlesDavis, E. J.--(Edmund Jackson),Kirby-Smith, Edmund,Bryan, Guy M.--(Guy Morrison),Minnesota--Saint PaulMagruder, John Bankhead,TexasJohnston, Albert Sidney,Ochiltree, William B.--(William Beck)Bryan, Moses Austin,Texas--Dallas17831857185018571881190919241943195719991191520709.71N654011ocn058662007mixColgate, WilliamHousehold account books kept by Colgate (1841-1843, 1848-1849, 1852-1853) to record money spent to run the household including food, clothing, housewares, sundries, and wages paid11ocn053194856book0.47Colgate, WilliamColgate's reasons for revision11ocn858193654book19430.63Colgate, William GCanadian art : its origin & developmentHistoryBiography11ocn043970755book18500.47Colgate, WilliamAddress of Deacon William Colgate, before the American and Foreign Bible Society, at its thirteenth anniversary, held in New York, May 22, 23, 185011ocn070954812mix1.00Miscellaneous manuscriptsHistoryOther persons represented include Caesar Rodney, John Rutherford (1760-1840), Winfield Scott, Jared Sparks, James Speed, Richard Stockton (1764-1828), Edward C. Stokes, Charles C. Stratton, J.S. Sutter, Daniel D. Tompkins, Joseph Trumbull, Samuel Tucker, George Vail, Elias Van Arsdale, Ralph Voorhees, Peter Dumont Vroom, Theodore Dwight Weld, William A. Whitehead, William Carlos Williams, John Wood, George Wurts, George Wythe, and Isaac Young554ocn002960122book18810.74Everts, W. WWilliam Colgate: The Christian laymanBiography331ocn002885212book19570.06Carver, Saxon RoweWilliam Colgate : yeoman of KentFiction182ocn014123693book18570.98Murphy, Wm. DThe burial of William Colgate who after a life of great usefulness fell asleep in Jesus, March 25, and was buried in Greenwood, March 30, 185721ocn061479952book19241.00Eytinge, Louis VictorColgate and the soap with the strange ingredient11ocn144566625art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamColgate, William11ocn058661496mixColgate-Colby family papersPersonal and household bills and receipts of the Colgate and Colby families (1840-1900)12ocn269577213book1.00William Colgate and CompanyOne ledger for Smith and Colgate (1807-1808) and three ledgers for Colgate and Company (1813-1826). There are accounts for Baptist missions and conventions, 1830-1838, in back of volume two11ocn070263497mix1.00Ballinger, William PittBallinger, William Pitt, papersHistoryArchivesDiariesSourcesThis collection, produced and collected by William Pitt Ballinger (1825-1888), soldier, attorney, and businessman of Galveston, Texas, remains one of the outstanding sources of documentation for nineteenth-century Texan and Southern development and history. The papers are equally valuable for the study of the extended family and prominent associates of Ballinger. The papers are particularly rich in documentary value for the post-1850 period when Ballinger served as United States district attorney for the Texas District and later when he opened his private practice. Many of them relate to the financial and legal affairs of Galveston businesses and antebellum plantations in southeast Texas. A large number of the papers document Ballinger's service as Confederate States receiver for Galveston during the Civil War. His voluminous correspondence with Texan and Southern officials and with officers and men in Confederate service are also reflected here. Many of the papers from the post-Civil War period relate to his involvement with railroads in Texas and to other business and civic affairs of Ballinger and his associates in Galveston. His personal diary (1854-1886), which is accompanied by a typed transcription and an index, contains much information about that city. The papers include correspondence, diaries, literary productions, business papers, legal papers, pamphlets, broadsides, and other printed items, newspaper clippings, maps, and a photograph11ocn052270605art1999Colgate, William11ocn479901188book1857Colgate, WilliamWill and codicils of the late William Colgate, EsqThu Oct 16 15:34:39 EDT 2014batch10057