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|Named Person:||Louis Henri Aymé; George Bancroft; Adolph Francis Alphonse Bandelier; Edward D Bangs; John Barrett; Lucy Barrett; Samuel Barrett; Samuel Barrett; Susan Barrett; Charles P Bowditch; Robert Brigham; Samuel M'Gregore Burnside; Elias Carter; David Casares; Primitivo Casares; Chandler family.; David Lee Child; Frank Spooner Churchill; Jonas Gilman Clark; Williams Dana; Isaac Davis; Charles Dean; Amos M Eaton; Elizabeth Lucretia Weir Hubbard Edwards; J E Edwards; Lyman A Ely; George B Emerson; John Endecott; Edward Everett; Catharine Dean Flint; Waldo Flint; James P Gilchrist; Sallie D Gilchrist; Sarah Gilchrist; Benjamin Goddard; Charles A Goodrich; Benjamin Greene; John Hancock; Milton Harris; Samuel F Haven; Alonzo Hill; J Henry Hill; Sophia H Holmes; Henry Hubbard; Henry Hubbard; Nathaniel D Hubbard; Joseph H Jones; Oran A Kelly; Fanny Gardiner Lane; M G Leach; Mercy Leach; Elizabeth Phillips Lemmon; Joseph Lemmon; Augustus Le Plongeon; Daniel Waldo Lincoln; Georgianna DeVillers Lincoln; Jarius Lincoln; Levi Lincoln; Anna Lynde; Joseph Lynde; Clough Rice Miles; Samuel Finley Breese Morse; Rejoice Newton; Payne family.; Andre Aznar Perez; George H Preble; Edmund Quincy; Francis Blake Rice; Edward C Salisbury; Edward Elbridge Salisbury; Elizabeth Tuckerman Salisbury; James Henry Salisbury; Josiah Salisbury; Josiah Salisbury; Martha Saunders Salisbury; Mary Grosvenor Bangs Salisbury; Nancy Hoard Lincoln Salisbury; Nicholas Salisbury; Rebekah Scott Dean Salisbury; Samuel Salisbury; Samuel Salisbury; Stephen Salisbury; Stephen Salisbury; Stephen Salisbury; Stephen Salisbury, Dr.; Salisbury family.; Mary G Sparks; Seth Sweetser; John G Tappan; Eli Thayer; Edward H Thompson; Wilbur S Thurston; Bayard Tuckerman; Edward Tuckerman; Edward Tuckerman; Edward Tuckerman; George Washington Tuckerman; Gustavus Tuckerman; Gustavus Tuckerman; Hannah Parkman Tuckerman; Henry Harris Tuckerman; Henry T Tuckerman; Jane Francis Tuckerman; Joseph Tuckerman; Lucy Keating Tuckerman; Samuel Tuckerman; Sarah Carey Tuckerman; Sophia May Tuckerman; Stephen Tuckerman; Stephen Salisbury Tuckerman; William Tuckerman; Tuckerman family.; Philipp J J Valentini; Daniel Waldo; Sarah Waldo; Emory Washburn; Enoch Washburn; Ichabod Washburn; John D Washburn; Elizabeth T Weir; Robert Weir; John Walcott Wetherell; Alexander Wilkinson; Robert C Winthrop|
|Material Type:||Manuscript, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||67 boxes. 76 v. ; octavo. 23 v. ; folio. 1 v. ; oversize.|
The papers of Nicholas and Martha Saunders Salisbury include deeds, wills, powers of attorney, and business papers. There are also two receipt books, 1725-1784, and account book, 1753-1773, and a 1793 inventory of the estate of Martha Saunders Salisbury.
The papers of Samuel Salisbury I include deeds, powers of attorney, indentures, and other legal documents. There are also bills, receipts, and business correspondence between him and his customers and wholesalers in England. There is considerable business and family correspondence with his brother Stephen Salisbury I which offers extensive political, financial, religious, and social commentary. Business and family correspondence with his brothers-in-law, the merchants Daniel Waldo, Samuel Barrett, and Benjamin Greene, is also included. There are also two journals, 1769-1775, which Samuel I kept while on a tour of England.
The papers of Stephen Salisbury I include powers of attorney, indentures, deeds (including the deed for the Salisbury farm from John Hancock), and other legal documents. The business papers include orders, receipts, and requests for loans from customers. There is also correspondence to wholesalers in England and other merchants and manufacturers in America. There is extensive correspondence with his brother Samuel I, including requests for goods, money, advice, and information, as well as family correspondence and commentary on political and social developments before, during, and after the American Revolution. There is business and family correspondence with his brothers-in-law, the merchants Daniel Waldo, Samuel Barrett, Benjamin Greene, and Edward Tuckerman II. There is also business correspondence with Josiah Salisbury II (1781-1826) and Cleveland and Fling Company who managed Stephen I's investments. Family correspondence includes that with his wife Elizabeth Tuckerman Salisbury and her brothers Henry Harris Tuckerman (1783-1860), George Washington Tuckerman, and Gustavus Tuckerman I. Correspondence with his son Stephen Salisbury II especially concerned Stephen II's education at Leicester Academy, and at Harvard College. Furthermore, there are ledgers, account books, and inventory books dated 1757-1814 for Samuel I's and Stephen I's Boston and Worcester stores; Stephen I's farm account books, 1797-1829, bank books for 1812-1829, legal notes for the years 1798-1805, and estate account books, 1827-1831; and plans, sketches, and accounts for the Worcester store, farm, and mansion.
The papers of Elizabeth Tuckerman Salisbury include correspondence with her husband Stephen I and with her son Stephen II, as well as with her brothers Edward Tuckerman II, George Washington Tuckerman, The Reverend Joseph Tuckerman (1778-1840), Henry Harris Tuckerman, and Gustavus Tuckerman, and their wives. In addition, there is correspondence to the Reverend Charles Augustus Goodrich (1790-1862) requesting his dismissal from the Old South Church of Worcester. There are also household account books, 1828-1851, diaries for the years 1837-1839 and 1841-1849, and a record of Stephen II's correspondence from Europe, 1841-1849.
The papers of Stephen Salisbury II include legal, business, financial, family, personal, and philanthropic correspondence. there are numerous receipts, bills, and orders for goods. The principal business correspondets include the Boston brokerage firm of the Hubbard Bros.: Ichabod Washburn (1798-1868), especially concerning mills in Worcester; Rejoice Newton (1782-1868), Eli Thayer (1819-1899), George Bancroft (1800-1891), Daniel Waldo Lincoln (1813-1880), Samuel Foster Haven (1806-1881), and others. There is considerable business and financial correspondence concerning the Blackstone Canal Company, the Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company, the Worcester and Nashua Branch Railroad, Washburn and Moen Mfg. Company, the Ames Plow Works, and others. Among the principal family correspondents of Stephen II are his mother Elizabeth Tuckerman Salisbury, his first wife Rebekah Scott Dean Salisbury, her sister Catharine Dean Flint, Catharine's husband Waldo Flint, Stephen II's second wife Nancy Hoard Lincoln Salisbury and her daughter Georgianna DeVillers Lincoln, Stephen II's third wife Mary Grosvenor Bangs Salisbury, Henry Hubbard (1784-1857), Elizabeth Lucretia Weir Hubbard Edwards ( -1841), Gustavus Tuckerman I, and Edward Tuckerman II. There are also requests for and payments of loans, letters from Harvard classmates, letters from Samuel Finley Breese Morse (1791-1872) about paintings, and letters praising Stephen II's article on "The Star-Spangled Banner." There is correspondence conerning the American Antiquarian Society, Harvard College, and other educational institutions. There are journals of his trips in 1841-1843 to Georgia, in 1870 to California, and in 1871 to the Midwest; passports, 1830, 1831; a log of visitors to his home for the years 1847-1857; an 1850 notebook; diaries for the years 1857 through 1884; account books for the farm, house, and stocks, 1825-1863; bank books, 1832-1842; reports for the state senate committee on banking, c.1870s; checkbook stubs; and plans, sketches, and accounts of the Salisbury home and farm.
The papers of Rebekah Scott Dean Salisbury, first wife of Stephen II and mother of Stephen III, include family correspondence with her husband and with her sister Catharine Dean Flint. There are also household account books, 1830-1839, and a diary with an account of her terminal illness.
The papers of Nancy Hoard Lincoln Salisbury, second wife of Stephen II, include family correspondence with her husband and with his son, Stephen III. There is also household account books, 1849-1852, and an 1852 diary.
The papers of Mary Grosvenor Bangs Salisbury, third wife of Stephen II, include family correspondence with her husband and with his son, Stephen III. There is also a journal of social events, 1861-1864, and diaries for the years 1863 and 1864.
The papers of Stephen Salisbury III include business, personal, and family correspondence, as well as legal papers, receipts, and bills. His principal family correspondents include his father Stephen II, his mother's sister Catharine Dean Flint and her husband Waldo Flint, and Georgianna DeVillers Lincoln, the daughter of his father's second wife, Nancy Hoard Lincoln Salisbury. There is substantially more family correspondence while Stephen III was in Europe, 1856-1858, and in Central America, 1861-1862 and 1886. Stephen III's business correspondence concerns the Washburn and Moen Manufacturing Company, the Ames Plow Works, the Loring and Blake Organ Factory, and other manufacturers leasing buildings from Salisbury. There are also letters concerning the Worcester and Nashua Railroad Company and the Boston, Barre, and Gardner Railroad, as well as letters about stocks, bonds, banking, and requests for or repayments of loans and the sale of real estate. Personal correspondence includes letters from George Bancroft and letter concerning the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, the Peabody Museum at Harvard, Harvard University, and other educational institutions. There are also letters from Louis Henri Ayme (1855-1912), Philipp Johann Josef Valentini (1828-1899), Andre Aznar Perez (1831-1894), Augustus Le Plongeon (1826-1908), and others, concerning Central American archaeology. There are also legal notes, deeds of land purchased from Stephen Salisbury II for $1.00, wills dated 1872, 1884, 1888, and 1896, as well as a transcript for the 1890 court case of Salisbury v. Washburn and Moen Manufacturing Company concerning water rights. There are notes for essays, speeches, and addresses given by Stephen III and papers concerning the estate of Stephen II. Included also are genealogical materials for the Salisbury family and related families and transcripts of articles appearing in the _Proceedings_ of the American Antiquarian Society. There are also diaries for the years 1848, 1850, and 1852-1904, an 1858 passport, journals of his European trip in 1858 and for his Central American trips in 1861-1862, 1886, and 1894. Finally, there are personal and business account books and notebooks, as well as a genealogical notebook and a card catalog of his library.
- Aymé, Louis Henri, -- 1855-1912.
- Bancroft, George, -- 1800-1891.
- Bandelier, Adolph Francis Alphonse, -- 1840-1914.
- Bangs, Edward D. -- (Edward Dillingham), -- 1790-1838.
- Barrett, John, -- 1787-1811.
- Barrett, Lucy, -- 1786-1867.
- Barrett, Samuel.
- Barrett, Samuel, -- 1738-1798.
- Barrett, Susan, -- 1784-1853.
- Bowditch, Charles P. -- (Charles Pickering), -- 1842-1921.
- Brigham, Robert.
- Burnside, Samuel M'Gregore, -- 1783-1850.
- Carter, Elias.
- Casares, David, -- 1835-1914.
- Casares, Primitivo.
- Chandler family.
- Child, David Lee, -- 1794-1874.
- Churchill, Frank Spooner.
- Clark, Jonas Gilman, -- 1815-1900.
- Dana, Williams.
- Davis, Isaac, -- 1799-1883.
- Dean, Charles.
- Eaton, Amos M.
- Edwards, Elizabeth Lucretia Weir Hubbard, -- d. 1841.
- Edwards, J. E. -- (John Erskine), -- 1808-1873.
- Ely, Lyman A.
- Emerson, George B. -- (George Barrell), -- 1797-1881.
- Endecott, John, -- 1588?-1665.
- Everett, Edward.
- Flint, Catharine Dean, -- 1802-1869.
- Flint, Waldo, -- 1794-1879.
- Gilchrist, James P.
- Gilchrist, Sallie D.
- Gilchrist, Sarah.
- Goddard, Benjamin, -- 1791-1867.
- Goodrich, Charles A. -- (Charles Augustus), -- 1790-1862.
- Greene, Benjamin, -- 1713-1776.
- Hancock, John, -- 1737-1793.
- Harris, Milton.
- Haven, Samuel F. -- (Samuel Foster), -- 1806-1881.
- Hill, Alonzo, -- 1800-1871.
- Hill, J. Henry, -- 1818-1890.
- Holmes, Sophia H.
- Hubbard, Henry, -- 1784-1857.
- Hubbard, Henry, -- b. 1817.
- Hubbard, Nathaniel D.
- Jones, Joseph H.
- Kelly, Oran A.
- Lane, Fanny Gardiner.
- Leach, M. G.
- Leach, Mercy.
- Lemmon, Elizabeth Phillips, -- 1692-1784.
- Lemmon, Joseph, -- 1692-1750.
- Le Plongeon, Augustus, -- 1826-1908.
- Lincoln, Daniel Waldo, -- 1813-1880.
- Lincoln, Georgianna DeVillers, -- 1840-1861.
- Lincoln, Jarius.
- Lincoln, Levi, -- 1782-1868.
- Lynde, Anna.
- Lynde, Joseph, -- 1702-1788.
- Miles, Clough Rice.
- Morse, Samuel Finley Breese, -- 1791-1872.
- Newton, Rejoice, -- 1782-1868.
- Payne family.
- Perez, Andre Aznar, -- 1831-1894.
- Preble, George H.
- Quincy, Edmund, -- 1703-1788.
- Rice, Francis Blake.
- Salisbury, Edward C.
- Salisbury, Edward Elbridge, -- 1814-1901.
- Salisbury, Elizabeth Tuckerman, -- 1768-1851.
- Salisbury, James Henry, -- 1823-1905.
- Salisbury, Josiah, -- b. 1734.
- Salisbury, Josiah, -- 1781-1826.
- Salisbury, Martha Saunders, -- 1704-1792.
- Salisbury, Mary Grosvenor Bangs, -- 1800-1864.
- Salisbury, Nancy Hoard Lincoln, -- 1820-1852.
- Salisbury, Nicholas, -- 1694-1748.
- Salisbury, Rebekah Scott Dean, -- 1812-1843.
- Salisbury, Samuel, -- 1739-1818.
- Salisbury, Samuel, -- 1769-1849.
- Salisbury, Stephen, -- 1746-1829.
- Salisbury, Stephen, -- 1798-1884.
- Salisbury, Stephen, -- 1835-1905.
- Salisbury, Stephen, -- Dr.
- Salisbury family.
- Sparks, Mary G.
- Sweetser, Seth, -- 1807-1888.
- Tappan, John G.
- Thayer, Eli, -- 1819-1899.
- Thompson, Edward H.
- Thurston, Wilbur S.
- Tuckerman, Bayard, -- 1855-1923.
- Tuckerman, Edward, -- 1740-1818.
- Tuckerman, Edward, -- 1775-1843.
- Tuckerman, Edward, -- 1817-1886.
- Tuckerman, George Washington, -- 1775?-1837.
- Tuckerman, Gustavus, -- 1785-1860.
- Tuckerman, Gustavus, -- 1824-1897.
- Tuckerman, Hannah Parkman, -- 1805-1859.
- Tuckerman, Henry Harris, -- 1783-1860.
- Tuckerman, Henry T. -- (Henry Theodore), -- 1813-1871.
- Tuckerman, Jane Francis.
- Tuckerman, Joseph, -- 1778-1840.
- Tuckerman, Lucy Keating.
- Tuckerman, Samuel.
- Tuckerman, Sarah Carey, -- 1783-1838.
- Tuckerman, Sophia May, -- 1784-1870.
- Tuckerman, Stephen.
- Tuckerman, Stephen Salisbury, -- 1830-1904.
- Tuckerman, William.
- Tuckerman family.
- Valentini, Philipp J. J. -- (Philipp Johann Josef), -- 1828-1899.
- Waldo, Daniel, -- 1724-1808.
- Waldo, Sarah.
- Washburn, Emory, -- 1800-1877.
- Washburn, Enoch.
- Washburn, Ichabod, -- 1798-1868.
- Washburn, John D.
- Weir, Elizabeth T.
- Weir, Robert.
- Wetherell, John Walcott, -- 1820-1897.
- Wilkinson, Alexander, -- 1815-1899.
- Winthrop, Robert C. -- (Robert Charles), -- 1809-1894.
- American Antiquarian Society.
- Ames Plow Works.
- Argus (Privateer)
- Black Leg Society.
- Blackstone Canal Company.
- Boston, Barre & Gardner Railroad.
- Clark University (Worcester, Mass.)
- Classical and English High School (Worcester, Mass.)
- Cleveland & Fling Company.
- First Church (Worcester, Mass.)
- First Unitarian Church of Worcester.
- Fogg Bros. & Bates.
- Friendly Book Society.
- Grove Mills.
- Harvard University.
- Hubbard Bros. & Co.
- Leicester Academy.
- Loring and Blake Organ Co.
- Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company (Worcester, Mass.)
- Massachusetts Historical Society.
- Nathaniel Thayer Club.
- Old South Meeting House (Boston, Mass.)
- Oread Institute.
- Oxford Street School (Worcester, Mass.)
- Peabody Academy of Science.
- Peabody Institute (Peabody, Mass.)
- Peabody Museum of Archaelogy and Ethnology.
- Peterborough and Shirley Railroad.
- Salisbury Mansion (Worcester, Mass.)
- Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Company.
- Worcester and Nashua Railroad Company.
- Worcester Agricultural Society.
- Worcester Art Museum.
- Worcester Bank.
- Worcester County Cattle Show.
- Worcester County Mechanics Association.
- Worcester Fire Society.
- Worcester Public Library.
- Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
- Agriculture -- Accounting.
- Architectural drawing.
- Banks and banking.
- Bunker Hill Monument (Boston, Mass.)
- Indians of Central America -- Antiquities.
- Inventories of estates.
- Law -- Study and teaching.
- Literature -- Societies, etc.
- Manners and customs.
- Mills and mill-work.
- Public schools.
- Salisbury Pear.
- Shays' Rebellion, 1786-1787.
- Speeches, addresses, etc.
- Voyages and travels.
- Women -- Correspondence.
- Women -- Diaries.
- Boston (Mass.)
- Boston (Mass.) -- History -- Siege, 1775-1776.
- California -- Description and travel.
- Central America -- Description and travel.
- Charlestown (Boston, Mass.)
- Charlestown (N.H.)
- Chicago (Ill.)
- England -- Description and travel.
- Europe -- Description and travel.
- Georgia -- Description and travel.
- Massachusetts -- Politics and government.
- Merida (Mexico)
- Mexico -- Description and travel.
- Middlebury (Ky.)
- Middle West -- Description and travel.
- Miraflores (Lima, Peru)
- Nashua (N.H.)
- New England -- Social life and customs.
- New Hampshire.
- New York (N.Y.)
- New York (State)
- Salisbury Pond.
- Swansea (Mass.)
- United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
- United States -- History -- War of 1812.
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
- United States -- Politics and government.
- White Oak Church (Va.)
- Worcester (Mass.)
- Yucatan (Mexico : State) -- History.