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|Named Person:||Ford family.; Burnham family.; Fowler family.; Chauncey family.; Burnham family.; Chauncey family.; Ford family.; Fowler family.|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ford family.; Rosalie Ford Barr; Gordon W Burnham; Annie McClane Farrer; Eliza Ford; Eliza Burnham Ford; Gordon Lester Ford; Henry B Ford; Lester Ford; Lucy Burnham Ford; Malcolm Webster Ford; Marcia Ford; William Ford; William Chauncey Fowler; Harriet W Fowler; Mabel Ford Mayo-Smith; Kathleen Ford Turle
|Notes:||Papers of Gordon L. Ford; his wife, Emily Fowler Ford; and three of his children, Worthington C. Ford, Paul L. Ford, and Emily Ford Skeel are described in separate records for each individual.|
|Description:||6 linear feet (14 boxes)|
Ford correspondence, 1833-1910, contains family letters and some letters of a general nature. Burnham correspondence, 1834-1864, includes letters of Gordon Burnham and Annie McClane Farrer, who was a Burnham relative. Fowler family correspondence, 1818-1870, consists chiefly of letters to and from William Chauncey Fowler and his wife Harriet W. Fowler. Chauncey papers, 1744-1857, include correspondence, deeds, legal records, and other materials. General and unidentified correspondence, 1833-1906, contains letters whose sender or receiver cannot be determined, and letters of individuals who are apparently unrelated to the Ford family. Personal and family papers include juvenalia, school records and memoranda of activities of Malcolm Ford and his sisters. Notes and memoranda consist of ephemera, either not of a personal nature or only indirectly concerned with the Fords. Unidentified papers are short writings and documents; printed matter includes clippings and other materials. Prints consist of items, such as pictures of notable Americans, views and buildings. Other materials include maps, photographs, diaries, ledgers, letterbooks, and related items.