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Putnam-Jackson-Lowell family papers, 1769-1922.

Author: Francis BoottCharles Chauncy EmersonWalter E FernaldJames JacksonJ B S JacksonAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of the interrelated Putnam, Jackson, and Lowell families, including letters to Judge Samuel Putnam and letters between him and his son Samuel R. Putnam while the latter was working as a merchant in India and Europe. A large portion of the collection is devoted to the family of Dr. James Jackson, including materials related to his medical profession, in particular his work with cholera; correspondence with his
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Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Boott; Charles Chauncy Emerson; Walter E Fernald; James Jackson; J B S Jackson; Anna Cabot Lowell; Elizabeth Cabot Putnam; Elizabeth Cabot Jackson Putnam; James Jackson Putnam; Samuel Putnam; Samuel Raymond Putnam; Roger Wolcott; Jackson family.; Lowell family.
OCLC Number: 24185442
Description: 6 boxes and 1 oversize box.

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Papers of the interrelated Putnam, Jackson, and Lowell families, including letters to Judge Samuel Putnam and letters between him and his son Samuel R. Putnam while the latter was working as a merchant in India and Europe. A large portion of the collection is devoted to the family of Dr. James Jackson, including materials related to his medical profession, in particular his work with cholera; correspondence with his son James Jr. while the latter was studying medicine in Europe, with his daughter Elizabeth C. Jackson (later Putnam), and among other Jackson siblings.

(Cont'd) Papers of Elizabeth C. Putnam (b.1836) contain a lengthy correspondence with her mother, Elizabeth C.J. Putnam, and with Anna Cabot Lowell (1808-94), who also corresponded with Putnam's mother and grandfather. Putnam's papers also contain letters, speeches, and notes of cases pertaining to her work with various Mass. state primary and reform schools and other state charity boards. Her social welfare work specifically concerned the placement and visiting of indigent children as wards of the State.

(Cont'd) One box of Putnam family genealogical materials is also included. Among the correspondents are Walter E. Fernald, Charles C. Emerson, Dr. James Jackson Putnam, Francis Boott, and Roger Wolcott.

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