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Channing family

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Works: 29 works in 33 publications in 1 language and 72 library holdings
Genres: History  Portraits  Personal narratives  Church history  Diaries  Prescriptions, formulae, receipts, etc 
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Channing family collection by Channing family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence, including letters describing damage to the U.S. Custom House in San Francisco (also known as U.S. Appraiser's Building) from the earthquake of 1906; extracts from various journals and diaries by various authors relating to William Ellery Channing (1941-1965); legal material; financial material; printed material; and miscellaneous papers relating to the Channing family
Pemberton collection ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers, including family letters, of the Ayer, Channing, Eustis, Farwell, Spaulding, and Whittemore families, collected through their connections from inter-marriages. Ayer family papers include medical notes and letters between brothers James and Joseph C. Ayer while medical students and later physicians; medical accounts (1842-43) of James kept at Monument Beach and Sandwich, Mass.; and James's diary from 1880-87. Also, a few amateur writings of James B. Ayer and two scrapbooks (189-93; 1918-23). Channing family papers contain Ruth G. Channing's account books and trigonometry notebook
Papers by Margaret Fuller Channing Loring( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Family papers of Margaret F.C. Loring of Brookline, Mass.; correspondence; genealogical information on the Edes, Channing, Fuller, and Loring families; two recipe books; and Loring's travel diary of her trip to England and Scotland with her husband Thacher Loring in 1887. Also, plans relating to family burial plots in Mt. Auburn Cemetery (Cambridge, Mass.), and a book of quotations. Correspondents include Loring's son Lindsley Loring and her cousin Frank Channing. Much of the material is annotated by Charlotte Loring Lowell
William Ellery Channing papers by William Ellery Channing( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence, financial records and other personal papers of Boston, Mass. Unitarian minister William Ellery Channing, 1791-1842. Includes correspondence with his mother Lucy Channing, grandfather, William Ellery, wife Ruth Gibbs Channing, and uncle Henry Channing, among other family members discussing education, health, work as a tutor in Richmond, Virginia, 1799, and work in Boston as a Unitarian minister, 1802-42. Also, correspondence with friends including Catherine Codman, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, Henry Dwight Sedgwick, and Unitarian minister Joseph Tuckerman, discussing religious life, sermons and friendship, 1820-42; letters addressed to Ezra Gannett regarding his view on slavery, 1832; and various letters received by Channing inviting him to preach
Collection by Channing family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The Channing Family Collection is comprised of seven sub-collections, each described in the card catalog separately under the following names: Walter Channing I (the businessman), Walter Channing II (the physician), Walter Channing III (the psychiatrist), William Ellery Channing (the Unitarian leader), William Francis Channing (the inventor), Henry M. Channing (the lawyer), and the Channing Family Papers
Higginson-Cabot-Channing family papers ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence of various members of the Channing, Higginson, and Cabot families, but principally of: Susan C. (Higginson) and Francis D. Channing; Louisa (Storrow) and Stephen Higginson; their daughter Susan C. (Channing) and her husband Francis J. Higginson; their daughter Mary L. (Higginson) and her husband Francis Cabot; and their chldren, including Marian (Cabot) Putnam. The collection also includes some early Storrow family items and engagement letters between Francis J. Higginson and Susan C. Channing (1828-30), letters written from Rio de Janeiro (1810-11), letters from Europe during various trips there, and a few genealogical notes
Margaret Fuller family papers by Margaret Fuller( visu )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Timothy Fuller's papers include diaries, journals, orations, college themes, an expense book he kept while a student at Harvard, 1797-1801, and his correspondence with family, friends, and associates. Arthur Fuller's papers consist mainly of letters written to his wife and brothers when he was an army chaplain during the Civil War. Collection also contains poems and notebooks of Richard Fuller, a younger brother; a few portraits of Margaret Fuller and biographical essays about her; clippings on the shipwreck in which she, her husband, and son died; correspondence and printed material concerning memorials to Margaret Fuller; and early family correspondence and documents
Colonial Society of Massachusetts collection ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers from the Wister, Channing, Clark, Kittredge, and Endicott families of Massachusetts, as well as miscellaneous papers, 1710-1939, collected by the Colonial Society of Massachusetts. Wister family papers include family correspondence, Mary Channing Eustis Wister's household account books, 1868-1887, and 1883 European travel journal, property lists for Mary Channing Eustis Wister and her children as well as Sarah Logan Wister, William Rotch Wister obituaries and clippings, and a memorial for Mary Channing Wister. Channing family papers include genealogical notes, William Channing's appointments to the bar and as justice of the peace, William Ellery Channing's 1822 passport, and a letter to William Henry Channing. Clark family papers include correspondence to Jonas and Jonathan Clark, bills, deeds for property in Chelmsford and Tewksbury, and a commonplace notebook containing original poetry. Endicott family papers include several membership certificates of William Crowninshield Endicott, Jr. and surveys of farmland in Danvers, Mass. Miscellaneous papers include two charters of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1892 and 1893
Papers II by Channing family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
(Cont'd) Papers of Dr. Walter Channing (1786-1876) include correspondence with his brothers George G. and Edward T., his son-in-law Thomas Wentworth Higginson; a few letters referring to his medical practice and a few doctor's bills; and letters to him from Washington Allston (1828) and Richard Henry Dana, Sr. (n.d., 1868). The collection also includes 1 folder of genealogical and biographical information
Nd other papers by Channing family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Consists chiefly of correspondence of various members of the Channing family including Marjorie (Channing) Loring, Margaret Fuller (Channing) Loring, Walter Channing, and William Ellery Channing, concerning family matters, details of daily life, and travel anecdotes. There are letters to Margaret Fuller (Channing) Loring from Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Julia Ward Howe, and Henry James among others. Also includes an excerpt from Margaret (Fuller) marchesa d'Ossoli's account of a visit to George Sand, a letter written by Thomas Wentworth Higginson to Ralph Waldo Emerson urging him to publish his speech on the Fugitive Slave Law, a manuscript poem by William Ellery Channing, and a few drawings
Family papers by Margaret Fuller( Archival Material )
in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
The Fuller family papers contains correspondence, journals, and writings of Margaret Fuller, including letters she wrote as a child to her father; correspondence with her husband Giovanni Angelo Ossoli; and letters to other relatives and friends; notebooks on her reading, literary studies, and the first issue of the Dial; clippings of her articles for the New York Tribune; "Italian letters"; and her Roman diary, 1849, that was washed ashore. Much of the material is handwritten transcriptions of the originals. The Ossoli-Fuller letters have been translated into English. Also contains much original correspondence between her parents Timothy Fuller, a lawyer and politician, and Margarett Crane Fuller; their correspondence with their children; and the correspondence of the younger Margaret Fuller's brothers, especially Arthur Fuller, a minister
 
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