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Author: Lee family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Capt. Joseph Lee's (1744-1831) papers (1796-1831) contain correspondence, financial papers, drawings of hulls and ship decorations, and miscellaneous materials, chiefly documenting his business activities as shipbuilder, including information concerning vessels built for such clients as Thomas H. Perkins and Ropes, Pickman & Co.; and correspondence (ca. 1809-1810) reflecting Joseph's joint investments with his son,
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Genre/Form: Drawings
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lee family.
OCLC Number: 28412882
Description: 1.5 linear ft. (3 boxes)

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Capt. Joseph Lee's (1744-1831) papers (1796-1831) contain correspondence, financial papers, drawings of hulls and ship decorations, and miscellaneous materials, chiefly documenting his business activities as shipbuilder, including information concerning vessels built for such clients as Thomas H. Perkins and Ropes, Pickman & Co.; and correspondence (ca. 1809-1810) reflecting Joseph's joint investments with his son, Henry Lee (1782-1867), in trade with Calcutta, India, farming, and his distaste of Napoleon I and the possibility of a war with Great Britain in 1811.

John Clarke Lee's (1804-1877) papers (1813-1865) include correspondence, will, estate papers, legal and financial documents, and photo albums, relating to his financial investments, interest in gardening, his home in Salem, and trusteeship of Pickering Dodge's estate. Family papers consist of business, personal, and estate papers of numerous members of the Lee and Rose families including will and estate inventory of Nathaniel Cabot Lee (1772-1806); memorandum/diaries of farmer Joseph Lee (b. 1773); financial and estate papers of Harriet (Paine) Rose, whose business interests were often overseen by her son-in-law, John Clarke Lee; estate papers of Rachel W. Rose; personal correspondence, financial records, and portrait of Harriet (Rose) Lee; and Civil War correspondence of William P. Lee (b. 1833), an agent on U.S. armed steamers Pembroke and Cambridge. Miscellaneous papers series is comprised of non-Lee family correspondence, and legal, financial, and shipping papers including letters of Martha N. Very regarding her charity work in the 1860s and genealogical materials of Henry M. Brooks.

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