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Warren family

Overview
Works: 36 works in 36 publications in 1 language and 40 library holdings
Genres: History  Sources  Aerial photographs  Records and correspondence  Pictorial works  Personal narratives  Postcards  Scrapbooks  Genealogy  Legal instruments 
Roles: Author
Classifications: V64.G72,
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Most widely held works by Warren family
The American manuscripts in the Gage papers, 1731-1874 [on deposit with the] Sussex Archaeological Society, Lewes by Warren family( Book )

1 edition published in 1972 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Warren family papers by Warren family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers of several members of the Warren family of Deer Lodge and Butte, Mont
John Collins Warren papers by John Collins Warren( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of several generations of Warren family physicians: General Joseph Warren, John Warren, John Collins Warren (1778-1856), Jonathan Mason Warren, and John Collins Warren (1842-1927). Subjects include general medicine, medical aspects of the American Revolution, the founding and early years of the Harvard Medical School, the Massachusetts General Hospital, the controversy over the first use of ether as anesthesia, and phrenology. The papers contain personal and medical journals, including John Warren's diary, 19 Apr. 1775- 11 May 1776, which notes sporadic events of the Revolution; account books; Joseph Warren's oration delivered on the anniversary of the Boston Massacre, 6 March 1775; genealogical materials; diplomas and other honors
The part of the Warrens in the development of coal tar, petroleum oil and asphalt by George Copp Warren( Book )

1 edition published in 1928 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers by Warren family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family correspondence, from family members including Stephen, Nathan, Phebe, and George Henry Warren. Also included are letters to Nathan Warren from George Washington Doane
Warren family papers by Warren family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Manuscript series is arranged alphabetically and contains appointment books, diaries, family histories, and speeches written by various family members. The oldest items in the collection belonged to Captain Alexander Horn. One item is a seaman's journal which tracks the voyages Captain Horn made between New York and New Orleans and between New York and the British Isles from 1809-1812. The other is a photographic copy of the Horn Log that contains original correspondence with Trinity Church, New York, the National Maritime Museum, and the New York Public Library which help authenticate the Warren and Horn families' relationship to Captain Horn. The appointment books were kept by the Warren family from 1897 to 1906, the diaries were kept by Minnie Horn Warren later in life, from 1932 until the time of her death in 1953. There is one diary that was kept by C.C. in 1913. The appointment books and diaries often track the day-to-day activities of the family and document the weather and its impact on the orchards. The family history entries were written by various family members including Leslie A. Warren, C.C. Warren, Minnie Warren, Goldie Zumwalt Warren, Alexander Horn, 1814-1905, and John H. Zumwalt, later in life. John H. Zumwalt was the grandfather of Goldie Zumwalt Warren, the wife of Leslie Warren. In his manuscript John recounts his family's journey to California in 1854. The speeches were written by Leslie A. Warren and were presented at the fiftieth anniversary of the San Dimas Orange Growers and Lemon Growers Association
Warren family papers by Warren family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the Warren family of Boston, Mass. include typescript copies of letters written by attorney Samuel Dennis Warren to his law partner and friend Supreme Court Judge Louis D. Brandeis, 1879-1907, pertaining to their practice, court cases, family, and careers after their firm dissolved in 1888; typescript copies of letters written by Louis D. Brandeis to Samuel Dennis Warren's son Henry, pertaining to Samuel and his letters, 1935; and a printed booklet about the life of Samuel Dennis Warren, put together by his daughter Mabel Warren Bradley, 1956. Collection also includes a daily diary kept by Warren family ancestor Ann M. Wadleigh in Mass., 1862 (with gaps). The location of original letters is unknown
Dwight-Warren family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Vol. containing tipped-in Dwight and Warren family letters, in particular between Thomas Dwight and his wife Mary Collins (Warren) Dwight. Also included are: a letter announcing the birth of their son James in Paris (1852); letters between Mary and her father, John Collins Warren, and other members of the Warren family; and condolence letters on Thomas Dwight's death in 1876. Correspondents include William Appleton and John B. Fitzpatrick, bishop of Boston
Papers by Henry Clarke Warren( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence of Henry Clarke Warren regarding financial matters, family business, and health issues. Correspondents include Edward Perry Warren and Samuel D. Warren (brothers), Cornelia Warren (sister), Susan C. Warren (mother), and Rettie McCrea (friend). Also, materials regarding Warren's translations of Oriental literature and Susan C. Warren's correspondence related to her involvement with the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions
by Clark family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Warren family by Warren family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection primarily contains correspondence, diaries, religious materials, and legal documents of the Warren family of Three Oaks, Berrien County, Michigan. The bulk of the correspondence consists of letters (1879-1899) from Albert L. Warren to his parents, Caroline C. and Rev. Waters Warren, and brothers, Edward K. and Frederick P. Albert L. Warren was an itinerant watch repairman who tried prospecting gold, teaching, farming, selling wholesale groceries and later patent medicine, and manufacturing jewelry. These endeavors led him over most of California and Oregon as well as Idaho, Nevada and Arizona Territories. Especially interesting is the description of the Idaho gold fields and the overland journey to reach them. In the letters are reports on mining, social life, agriculture, and business conditions of the different areas. Other correspondence includes letters (1870-1888) from Edward K. Warren, many of which concern the Warren Brothers Calculating Engine invented by Frederick P., letters (1864-1865) from Frederick P. Warren describing his life as a soldier in the Civil War, correspondence (1853-1870) of Rev. Waters Warren with other evangelists, some of the business correspondence (1885-1915) of the Warren Featherbone Whip Company, founded by Edward K. who invented the process of featherboning (using turkey feathers rather than whalebone for women's dress stays), and a handwritten letter (January 14, 1863) from Zachariah Chandler to Rev. Waters Warren. Also included is a series of letters from New England from Charles K. Warren to his parents. The letters span the years 1879-1889 when Charles was attending Mt. Herman and Elmwood Schools. The letters give many details on conditions in New England boarding schools in the later 19th century, as do several letters from Edna Warren who also wrote from a New England boarding school in Worchester, Massachusetts in 1889. Other materials in the collection consist of information (1878-1924) about the World's Sunday School Conventions which were attended by Edward K. who was chairman of the executive committee, foreign missionary materials (1874-1920), patent materials (1862-1869), undated information on Waters Warren's beehive, diagrams (1875) of Frederick P. Warren's calculating machine, tax receipts (1860-1878), family diaries and manuscript materials, and newspaper clippings and articles (1872-1935) primarily about Edward K. Warren
Warren family fonds by Warren (family)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The fonds consists of family papers, genealogical material, manuscripts and correspondence documenting the history of the Warren family in England. Some of the family members represented in the fonds are Reverend Dawson Warren, Falkland G.E. Warren, and Charlotte Jackson. The fonds also includes biographical information about Harry Warren and copies of his publications to 1978
Warren family collection of images by Warren family( Visual )

1 edition published in 1890 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of photographs depicting life in the Katanning region in the late 19th century
Warren family Bible by Warren family( )

1 edition published in 1868 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Warren family papers by Warren family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the Hay Dealers Association -- Alderman/controller papers -- Speeches -- Miscellaneous newspaper clippings
Papers II by John Collins Warren( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of John C. Warren and of his father John Warren, both Boston surgeons. The majority of their papers are personal and relate to lands and property. These include deeds, mostly with John, to lands in Boston, Roxbury, Virginia, and elsewhere and other documents regarding legal disputes over land in Newport, R.I. among Abigail C. Warren, her brother John A. Collins, and William C. Gardner. John Warren's papers also contain some materials related to his career as a surgeon and professor of surgery and anatomy, including notes on various ailments, letters requesting and offering advice and regarding the payment of his bills, a medical lecture (1795), and a few items concerning the inoculation and a hospital for smallpox. Also included are extensive estate papers for both John and Abigail C. Warren. Correspondents include John's other sons, Henry, Edward, and Joseph Warren, Charles G. Loring, and Christopher E. Robbins
by Warren family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Consists of nearly 300 engravings with a few lithographs depicting a wide range of things. Some of the items appear to be book illustrations. The beginning of the scrapbook features buildings and churches in London and the vicinity. Others show animals engaged in activities, flowers, and landscapes. Busts of famous Americans, Englishmen, and literary authors are also present. A series of scenes with Bible verses, engravings of famous paintings, depictions of Native Americans, a ribbon commemorating the Marquis de Lafeyette, and a letterhead from the Abbott Female Seminary were also collected
by Warren family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection of papers is related to the affairs of Admiral Sir Peter Warren and his heirs. Included are letters, account books, credit records, real estate records, administrative papers, etc
William Lamson Warren Collection by William Lamson Warren( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of family papers and research material compiled by William Lawson Warren, a longtime Connecticut resident and former curator of the Connecticut Historical Society. Approximately the first third of the collection (13 boxes, processed) is correspondence of Warren's with family, friends, colleagues, and others in the museum world. Family material relates to the Johnson, Tomlinson, and Warren families. Additionally, 1.5 linear feet (3 boxes, unprocessed) of material is the personal papers of Warren's father, Charles Hyde Warren. The elder Warren was Dean and a Professor at the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University. Letters Warren sent and received during World War II can be found in the Family and Friends series, particularly among the letters written to Warren from Benton C. Hatch and from Warren to his aunt, Jane Root Johnson. Other series include a manuscript of Warren's book on Furniture, a Personal series of early family correspondence and similar material (including William Warren's World War II records), and a Research series. None of the later series has been processed, and the Research series remains the most disorganized
Warren family collection by Warren family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, postcards, school and business records, and Freemasons papers, of members of the Warren family, chiefly of Lewis P. Warren
 
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