RT Book, Whole DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 191282064 LA English A1 Lincoln family., Lincoln, Abraham,, Lincoln, Daniel Waldo,, Lincoln, Edward Winslow,, Lincoln, Elizabeth Trumbull,, Lincoln, Enoch,, Lincoln, John Waldo,, Lincoln, Levi,, Lincoln, Levi,, Lincoln, Martha Waldo,, Lincoln, Waldo,, Lincoln, William,, Lincoln, William,, Lincoln, William Sever,, Trumbull family., Wetherell, Hester Newton,, YR 1667 AB The papers of Levi Lincoln, Sr., for the period 1776 to 1821, consist of miscellaneous documents, mostly agreements, powers of attorney, acknowledgments of debt, receipts, and deeds; miscellaneous correspondence, mostly with Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826); law notebooks containing mostly case briefs; a miscellaneous and political notebook; addresses, mostly political; record books relating to farms and the estate of Thomas Legate (1735-1807); a docket for the Worcester County Court of Common Pleas; books concerning legal services and a farm in Oakham, Mass.; a miscellaneous account book; daybooks concerning a saw mill; a farm diary; farm inventories concerning Levi Lincoln's estate; and a letterbook, for the period 1798 to 1809, concerning Massachusetts and national politics and government. There are also farm account books, for the period 1802 to 1882, kept by Levi's wife, Martha Waldo Lincoln, as well as a farm account book and a general store daybook kept by both Levi and Martha. The papers of Abraham Lincoln, for the period 1790 to 1825, consist of miscellaneous documents, mostly concerning his public service; acknowledgements of debt; schedules concerning the third U.S. census; accounts and receipts; business ledgers; and account books and daybooks concerning his store and the services which he performed as a justice of the peace. The papers of Levi Lincoln, Jr., for the period 1807 to 1868, consist of miscellaneous correspondence, mostly political; miscellaneous documents; deeds; and addresses, mostly political, and notes on speeches. The papers of John Waldo Lincoln, for the period 1808 to 1853, consist of miscellaneous correspondence, much of which concerns Massachusetts militia affairs; business correspondence, particularly with Francis Lincoln, Henry Bromfield, William and Thomas Cotterill, and Scholefield, Redfern and Company; and ledgers, account books, daybooks, invoice books, a cash book, a transportation book, and a letterbook concerning his mercantile interests. The papers of Enoch Lincoln, for the period 1809 to 1835, consist of miscellaneous correspondence, much of which is political, including correspondence concerning the northeastern boundary of Maine; correspondence concerning Maine real estate; miscellaneous addresses, legal papers, and historical works; receipts; and a daybook concerning a sawmill. The papers of William Lincoln, for the period 1731 to 1843, consist of miscellaneous correspondence, including letters to various family members, Joseph G. Cole (1799-1851) and Rejoice Newton (1782-1868); professional correspondence to William Lincoln and to his law partner, Rejoice Newton; correspondence and notes relating to biographies used in William Lincoln's History of Worcester; lists and correspondence of Joseph Willard (1798-1865) concerning the Worcester County bar; notebooks with memoranda and sketches of Worcester history and education in Worcester; a draft of his History of Worcester; miscellaneous documents, addresses, articles, notes and memoranda; journals; poetry; receipts and accounts; invitations; a notebook of miscellaneous manuscripts; notebooks on lectures given at Harvard College by Edward Everett (1794-1865) and George Ticknor (1791-1871); a law notebook concerning ecclesiastical controversies; law notebooks containing mostly miscellaneous case briefs as well as those relating to the law firm of Newton and Lincoln; memoranda from the records of the Worcester County Court of General Sessions; papers relating to the estates of Samuel Waldo (1695-1759) and his heirs; miscellaneous legal papers; and miscellaneous papers of Enoch Lincoln, Daniel Waldo Lincoln (1784-1815), Levi Lincoln, Jr., Francis Blake (1774-1817), William Charles White (1777-1818), and Isaac Goodwin (1786-1832). The papers of William Sever Lincoln and his wife, Elizabeth Trumbull Lincoln, for the period 1818 to 1889, consist of correspondence from William and Elizabeth to their son, William Lincoln (1839-1869); Trumbull family correspondence; and miscellaneous documents of William Sever Lincoln and his son, William. The papers of Daniel Waldo Lincoln, for the period 1832 to 1879, consist of miscellaneous correspondence; correspondence concerning a Union regiment to be commanded by him; addresses, mostly relating to the Boston & Albany Railroad Company; deeds; miscellaneous papers; memoranda volumes concerning Worcester municipal government and the Wisconsin Central Railroad Company; a diary with memoranda concerning the Boston & Albany Railroad Company; and a field, garden, and weather notebook. The papers of Waldo Lincoln, for the period 1879 to 1930, consist of miscellaneous correspondence, addresses, and papers; genealogical correspondence, notes, and charts concerning the Lincoln family and related families; notebooks containing a draft of Waldo Lincoln's History of the Lincoln Family with related correspondence and newsclippings; and correspondence of Waldo's wife, Fanny Chandler Lincoln. The collection also includes papers, for the period 1786 to 1843, on the purchase, management and sale of Maine real estate. These papers consist of correspondence of Levi Lincoln, Sr., and William Lincoln (1801-1843), as well as documents, memoranda, land plans, and papers concerning a suit held in the Supreme Judicial Court at Worcester in 1838 between Erasmus Holbrook et al. vs. Simeon Burt et al. over land in Penobscot County, Me. There are also accounts and receipts. There are replies to Edward Winslow Lincoln (1820-1896) to invitations to an inaugural ball. The collection also contains correspondence to Hester Newton Wetherell (1823-1899?), Mrs. John Walcott, relating to a portrait of her grandfather, Levi Lincoln, Sr. The miscellaneous papers and volumes, which cover the period 1667 to 1937, consist of correspondence and documents of various members of the Lincoln family, an index to Worcester views, an index to histories of New England Indians, Lincoln family deeds, mostly belonging to Abraham Lincoln (1740-1823) of Cohasset, Mass.; and a Lincoln & Fearing invoice book concerning general merchandise. The unidentified materials, which cover the period 1814 to 1845, consist of farm account books, law briefs, an oration, addresses, and a newsclipping from the Barre Gazette, 1841, regarding the "Memoirs of Petersham."