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Ropes family papers, 1734-1952.

Author: Ropes family.Francis James ChildRalph Waldo EmersonMary Tyler Ropes GellibrandAlice Lowell RopesAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of the Ropes family of Salem, Mass., and the related Peirson, Lawrence, and Lowell families, with some items for the Ladd family as well. Ropes family members represented include merchants Samuel, William, and Hardy Ropes; Congregational minister and Andover Theological Seminary Librarian William L. Ropes and his wife Harriet L. (Peirson); their son Congregational minister and Harvard professor James H.
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Named Person: Ropes family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ropes family.; Francis James Child; Ralph Waldo Emerson; Mary Tyler Ropes Gellibrand; Alice Lowell Ropes; Hardy Ropes; Harriet Lawrence Peirson Ropes; James Hardy Ropes; Samuel Ropes; William Ladd Ropes; Samuel Worcester Rowse; James Savage; Vida Dutton Scudder; Charles Upham Shepard; Ladd family.; Lawrence family.; Lowell family.; Peirson family.; Ropes, Pickman and Company (Boston, Mass.)
OCLC Number: 22485557
Notes: Photographs removed to the MHS Photo Archives, Photo. Coll. 204.
Description: 20 boxes and 1 oversize box

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Papers of the Ropes family of Salem, Mass., and the related Peirson, Lawrence, and Lowell families, with some items for the Ladd family as well. Ropes family members represented include merchants Samuel, William, and Hardy Ropes; Congregational minister and Andover Theological Seminary Librarian William L. Ropes and his wife Harriet L. (Peirson); their son Congregational minister and Harvard professor James H. Ropes, and his wife Alice (Lowell); and Mary Tyler (Ropes) Gellibrand, among many others.

Collection contains correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, inventories, genealogical notes, school papers, poetry, women's commonplace books, a farm journal, and an account book (1869-72). Some topics covered include the Phoenix Glass Works, European travel, merchants in St. Petersburg (Russia) and Boston, and missionaries in India. Correspondents include (but are not limited to) Ropes, Pickman and Co., Francis J. Child, Ralph W. Emerson, Samuel W. Rowse, James Savage, Vida Scudder, and Charles U. Shepard.

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