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Codman, John Amory 1824-1886

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Works: 3 works in 3 publications in 1 language and 3 library holdings
Genres: Genealogy  History 
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Karolik-Codman family papers ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The Karolik-Codman papers consist of the interrelated Amory and Codman families of Salem and Boston, Massachusetts specifically those of merchants and real estate investors John Amory, Henry Codman, and John Amory Codman. The collection consists of family and business correspondence, financial material, genealogical information, diaries, estate papers, account books, recipe books, commonplace books, newspaper clippings, and printed material. The remainder of the collection relates to Martha Catherine Codman and her husband Maxim Karolik's career as a musician and art collector including correspondence, business papers, sound recordings, slides, and newspaper clippings documenting many of his activities. Also included are expense books and account books of Boston merchant and goldsmith Rufus Greene, 1728-1777; a copy of the diary of Catherine Green Amory, 1775-1776; photostatic copies of correspondence of Salem merchant and loyalist Benjamin Pickman to his family while he was living in England during the Revolution; historical materials including the letterbook and account book of William Fisher, 1761-1770 and the rent and account books of Benjamin Lamphear, 1803-1848; and genealogical material relating to the Amory, Cartwright, Codman, Derby, Greene, Robison, Rogers, and Willard families collected by Martha Pickman Rogers Codman and her daughter Martha Catherine Codman Karolik. Some family correspondents include Mary Amory Bethune, Francis Amory, Thomas Robison, Richard Cartwright, Hannah Codman, Stephen Codman, Joseph Bennett, John Codman, and Ogden Codman, Jr
 
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