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Treman family

Works: 11 works in 16 publications in 1 language and 122 library holdings
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Treman family papers by Treman family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Charles E. Treman Papers, 1910-1930 consist of two scrapbooks (July 1910-December 1911) containing clippings, photographs, and other items pertaining to his work as New York State Superintendent of Public Works (1911); also correspondence in the scrapbooks and additional loose correspondence (1911-1918) including letters from New York State Attorney General Thomas Carmody, Governor John Alden Dix, Alton Brooks Parker, Horace White, and other political figures, two letters from Andrew Dickson White, blaming poor health for his inability to attend a testimonial dinner for Treman and praising Treman for his work as Superintendent of Public Works (Jan. 12, 1912), and contaning a discussion of a photograph of himself which White sent to Treman (April 11, 1914), and a letter from Liberty Hyde Bailey (June 5, 1914) complimenting Treman for the way he handled the College of Agriculture appropriations for 1914
Treman Family papers by Treman Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of Allan H. Treman (1899-1975) include land and legal documents of the Stephen and Ebenezer Mack family, 1817-50; deeds, mortgages, and business correspondence of the Treman family, 1823-1908; correspondence, legal and financial papers of Lafayette L. Treman, banker, 1843-98; ledger of personal and household finances, Treman family, 1895-1909; letters to Allan H. Treman, 1929-70; and photos of the Treman family, 1867-95. Also a scrapbook of cigar labels, n.d.; soil map of Tompkins County, 1905; a set of topographical maps of the Tompkins County area, 1906-25; and pamphlets and programs of Tompkins County events, institutions, and organizations, 1863-1972. Papers of Robert Henry Treman (1858-1937) include schedule of real estate of Elias Treman, 1898; paper on Treman family history by Elaine Treman, 1950; and clippings, pamphlets, photographs, and miscellaneous papers, c.1875-1950
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