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William Henry, Jr., papers, 1791-1877 (bulk 1800-1822).

Author: William Henry, Jr.; Troy Carriage Repository.
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Chiefly documents containing orders for goods to be sold in a general store for such items as clothing, sewing supplies, hardware, shot and powder, household items, pocket and pen knives, books, mouse and rat traps, tooth brushes, wall paper, elastic cloth, food, iron and steel bars, umbrellas, etc. Items were purchased from vendors in New York City and elsewhere in New York, including vendors in the towns of Troy,
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Named Person: Stephen Gorham; Eli Brownson; Lucy Terry Prince; Solomon Henderson
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Henry, Jr.; Troy Carriage Repository.
OCLC Number: 671395791
Language Note: Materials in English.
Notes: The materials described in this collection are located in the collections of Bennington Museum, Bennington, Vt.
Description: 8 folders (249 items).

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Chiefly documents containing orders for goods to be sold in a general store for such items as clothing, sewing supplies, hardware, shot and powder, household items, pocket and pen knives, books, mouse and rat traps, tooth brushes, wall paper, elastic cloth, food, iron and steel bars, umbrellas, etc. Items were purchased from vendors in New York City and elsewhere in New York, including vendors in the towns of Troy, Albany, and Lansingburgh as well as the Vermont towns of Bennington and Shaftsbury. The largest order is dated 1791 (7 p.) with all items (cloth, tools, food, dinnerware, brandy, etc.) being purchased from Stephen Gorham, of New York City, a relationship continuing for many years.

Collection includes several unrelated materials such as a 1877 receipt from the Troy Carriage Repository; statement of court costs in the case of Eli Brownson vs. Shusin in 1821; and a resolution signed by the Town of Sunderland, Vt., regarding the recovery of Lucy Prince's property rights in a case she successfully argued before the Vermont Supreme Court.

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