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Lord family

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Works: 213 works in 265 publications in 3 languages and 784 library holdings
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Papers, [17--]-[18 by Lord family( Book )

in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide

Chiefly papers (1822-1851) of Stephen Johnson Lord (1797-1851), merchant, shipowner, justice of the peace, and state legislator, including correspondence, account books, contracts, military papers, property records, biographical materials, obituary, estate papers, personal financial papers, and receipts relating to his shipping, fishery, and mercantile businesses; papers (1863-1867) of his son, Charles McCurdy Lord (1837-1877), U.S. Army recruiting officer and quartermaster with 15th U.S. Infantry, including account books, daybooks, order books, receipts, returns, and tactical manuals; and papers of other family members, including Richard Lord (1647-1727), his son, Richard (1690-1776), grandson Enoch (1725-1814), and great-grandson Richard Lord (1752-1810), John Mitchell Lord (1802-1826), and Phebe Griffin Lord Noyes (1768-1841).
Lord Family Collection, 1800-1880 (bulk 1810-1860) by Lord Family( Book )

in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide

Business and personal correspondence, accounts, bills, receipts, shipping and cargo records, marine insurance policies, articles of agreement, charter parties, bills of lading, and other documents, chiefly relating to the shipping activities of Daniel Walker Lord (1800-1880) and other family members, including William Jefferds (1753-1820), Nathaniel Lord (1776-1815), Lt. Tobias Lord (1748-1808), and Tobias Lord (1778-1854), the family's shipping agent in New York City.
Papers, 1825-1835 by Lord family( Book )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

The collection consists of a diary written by Samuel Sr. in New York City from 1830 to 1835, and a letterbook of Frederick Lord containing activities of his brother Samuel Jr., and a friend, Joseph K. Miller, in the period 1825 to 1827. The diary of Samuel Sr. contains frequent comments on political issues and outbreaks of war in Europe, and President Jackson's foreign and domestic policies, especially concerning the Nullification and National Bank crises. Several entries refer to daily profits, account lists, ship sailings, state and national legislative business and election returns.
Herzstein and Lord families films by Herzstein Family( Visual )

and held by 1 library worldwide

The Herzstein and Lord families films collection consists of 37 reels of film which have been converted to VHS and DVD. Simon Herzstein and his daughter, Isobel Herzstein Lord, were responsible for the majority of the filming. There are also commercial films, primarily of the Worlds' Fair in Chicago. The New Mexico and Family films are interspersed on the 1st and 2nd DVDs. The films document community activities, store events and family trips. Most of the sporting events shown took place in Clayton, New Mexico. There are football and baseball games, diving, swimming, gymnastics, rodeo, car and aerial stunts. The automobile and motorcycle racing is in Albuquerque. Simon Herzstein's store was one of the first in the area to carry "ready to wear clothing." The film shows women modeling clothing and men modeling Stetson hats. Some of the local models are Della Brown, Wendell Priestley, Martha Bryan, Charlsie Mae Harding, Beth Pitts and Spence Groves. The majority of the footage on the 2nd DVD was filmed in Denver and Littleton, Colorado, California and Dalhart Texas. The footage is of Simon Herzstein, his wife, Maud, their children, Isobel Herzstein Lord, Simon, Jr., Sigmund and grandchildren. The vacation films are of Mexico, Panama Canal, Haiti and West Indies. Some are in color, which has been noted on the contents list. The Commercial series contains films of the Worlds Fair in Chicago done by Burton Holms Films in 1933, the "Making of Stetson Hats - Philadelphia," Stetson Hat Company and Eruption of Puna Volcano, Hawaii, 1955. The Worlds Fair films cover different exhibits and events at the fair such as the "Enchanted Island", "Streets of Paris," "The World a Million Years Ago", "Parade Grand Opening" and "Around the Fair."
Lord family genealogy, undated by Lord family( Book )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Consists of information on one branch of the Kennebunk and Kennebunkport Lords, descendants of Nathan Lord of Kittery, Me.
Lord family portraits by Lord family( Visual )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Family portraits and one view of the residence of R.P. Burr, Sacramento, Calif. View includes a carriage, family members, and dogs in foreground. Individuals identified on verso include Emma Lord Burr, Joseph D. Lord, and others of the Burr family.
Letters of the Lord family, 1830-1844 by Lord family( Book )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Consists of seven letters (one incomplete) chiefly from Tasmania to Charlotte Lord. Four of these letters are from Charlotte's brother William S. Noyes and comment on conditions in Tasmania and New Zealand. Also included in the collection is a letter from John Lord (Charlotte's husband) to Mrs Papineau in London, governess of their two children, 1830.
Lord family papers, 1850-1945 (bulk 1870-1890) by Lord family( Book )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Contains legal documents, diaries, correspondence and genealogical material related to Frederic B., Joseph D., Kate A. and Maude Denison Lord. Legal documents include land documents and the survey of swamp lands in Sacramento County, Calif., in the 1860's by Charles G. Hidden. Diaries are of Kate A. Lord and Frederic B. Lord.
Memories of home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lord, 211-21st, Olympia, Washington], 1922-1939 by Helen Lord Lucas( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

This is a collection some remembrances of Helen Lord Lucas about living at home with her parents, C. J. & Elizabeth Lord, at 211 21st Ave. SW in Olympia, WA.
Lord family deeds, 1812-1845 by Lord family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Numerous land deeds pertaining to the Lord family in Kennebunkport, Me.
Lord family daguerreotypes and other images, 1840-1860 by Lord family( Visual )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, and ferrotypes, of the Lord family and related families, including Boody and Young.
Correspondence, 1803-1842, bulk 1806 by Lord family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

A collection of letters primarily to Nathaniel Lord of Kennebunk, Maine, from merchants and ships' captains writing from the Caribbean and from ports on the eastern coast of the United States. Some of the letters are addressed to Messrs. Tobias Lord & Co. Correspondence concerns transportation and sale of goods, materials purchased and sold, and prices and market conditions. Details of various voyages are contained in the letters.
The Holy Bible : containing the Old and New Testaments, together with the Apocrypha( Book )

1 edition published in 1814 in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Eltinge-Lord family papers, 1856-1871 by Eltinge family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Correspondence of Peter Eltinge, an officer in the 156th New York Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War, relating to his service in the Dept. of the Gulf (1863-1864), Maryland and Virginia (1864), and Georgia and the Carolinas (1865), participation in the occupation of Georgia; and operation of a grocery store in Memphis, Tenn., and speculation in cotton after the war. Topics include politics, temperance, economic conditions, blacks in the Union Army, and black agricultural labor during Reconstruction. Also, naval records and other papers of George P. Lord of Camden, Del., brother-in-law of Peter Eltinge, chiefly relating to his duty as a naval officer on ironclads of the Mississippi Squadron (1861-1865), including the U.S.S. Chillicothe, U.S.S. Ozark, and U.S.S. Osage. Topics include the Red River Expedition of 1864 and the regulation of commerce on the Mississippi River.
Papers, 1807-1908 by Lord Family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Materials related to and produced by Eleazar Lord and his descendants. The Lord family papers include correspondence, legal and business documents, writings, and ephemera.
Lord, Espy, Bacot family bible, 1732-1783( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Bible with birth and death dates for members of the Lord, Espy, and Bacot families of North Carolina.
Tidd-Lord-Henchman-Carret family papers, 1811-1857( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Correspondence among members of the Tidd, Lord, Henchman, and Carret families which were related through marriage. Included are letters from Charles Tidd, at sea and from Boston where he worked as a distiller to Isaac W. Lord of Windsor, Vt. and Boston; and from Mary B. Henchman Lord (Mrs. Isaac) in Trinidad, Cuba to her brother Dr. Daniel Henchman of Boston. Letters from Joseph Carret and his wife Eliza Henchman (Tidd) Carret were written from Trinidad, Cuba where he owned and operated a sugar plantation, to her aunt and uncle Isaac and Mary B. Lord and to her cousin Eliza H. Fisher. The collection also includes letters to and from the Carrets and their son Jose Francisco Carret, while he was a student at Lawrence Academy (Groton, Mass.); and an unidentified narrative of a voyage by land from Jagua to Trinidad, Cuba in June 1832, probably written by Joseph Carret.
Lord family papers, 1784-1890 (bulk 1835-1877) by Lord family( )

in English and held by 1 library worldwide

Deeds, estate settlement papers, and scattered family correspondence, chiefly 1835-1877, of the Lord family of Smithville and Wilmington, N.C., including William C. Lord, his wife, Eliza Hill Lord, their son, Frederick James Lord, and their daughter, Eliza Jane Lord De Rosset.
Lord family papers by Lord family( )

in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide

Diaries, 1857-1876; expense books; family correspondence and pictures; genealogical papers; miscellaneous papers - deeds, field notes of Sacramento County surveyor for swamp lands, invoices and tax receipts, primarily for Sacramento and Suisun City in the 1860's and 1870's; some printed items.
 
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