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Mrs. Paul H. Todd collection, 1829-1968.

Author: Paul H Todd, Mrs.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of Paul H. Todd, Sr. (1887-1969) and Elizabeth Dewing Todd (1898-1976), about their involvement in Kalamazoo, Michigan, civic, business, and political activities. Paul H. Todd, Sr. served as Mayor and as City Commissioner in Kalamazoo, ca. 1920s-1940s. Dewing and Todd family genealogies. Farnum family genealogy. Photocopies of ship's logs/journals of William Dewing on voyages between Bombay, India, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Songs
Account books
Ships' logs
Bible records
Personal papers
Family papers
Photographs
Named Person: William Kay Wallace; Winifred Dewing Wallace; John Farnum; Albert May Todd; Mary Chapin; Paul Harvey Todd; Elizabeth Dewing Todd; Paul Harvey Todd; Arthur Dewing; Fanny Chapin Dewing; Lebeus C Chapin, Dr.; Lucius D Chapin; Fitz Henry Chapin; Charles Dewing; William S Dewing; Chapin family.; Todd family.; Farnham family.; Dewing family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul H Todd, Mrs.
OCLC Number: 324999746
Description: 12 cu. ft.

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Papers of Paul H. Todd, Sr. (1887-1969) and Elizabeth Dewing Todd (1898-1976), about their involvement in Kalamazoo, Michigan, civic, business, and political activities. Paul H. Todd, Sr. served as Mayor and as City Commissioner in Kalamazoo, ca. 1920s-1940s. Dewing and Todd family genealogies. Farnum family genealogy. Photocopies of ship's logs/journals of William Dewing on voyages between Bombay, India, and England, 1829-1835. Papers and miscellaneous items about the Mac Sim Bar Paper Company, Otsego, Michigan, 1930-1944. Surveys and reports about the depression era in Kalamazoo, include a 1934 housing survey with a particular reference to the "Negro Housing Problem" and a 1934 report of the Civil Works Administration in Kalamazoo County; a 1951 financial report for the Dewing Children's Home, Kalamazoo. Miscellaneous papers and publications about Paul Todd, Jr.'s term as United States Congressman from Kalamazoo, beginning in 1964. Papers of Lebeus Cornelius Chapin include materials about his Civil War services as Assistant Surgeon at Burlington, Vermont, and Beaufort, South Carolina; miscellaneous papers about soldiers who died at Beaufort in the 1st Division General Hospital, 1864-1865; Mary Chapin's European travel diary, 1906. Fittz Henry Chapin diaries, 1904-1935, include entries noting his carpentry work with the Michigan Central Railroad and the Chicago, Kalamazoo, and Saginaw Railroad. Papers of William Kay Wallace include journals and diaries, 1904-1916; letters, 1903-1930; poetry; unpublished articles and writings; World War I photographs. William Kay Wallace (1886-) was an historian, author, poet, war correspondent, United States diplomat and captain in the United States Army in France during World War I. He was married to Winifred Dewing of Kalamazoo.

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