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Howell family

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Works: 28 works in 30 publications in 1 language and 28 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Archives  Sources  Pictorial works  Genealogy 
Most widely held works by Howell family
Genealogical files ( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Genealogical files, ca. 1972-ca. 1986, compiled by Marjorie Irene Howell Zidlick (Mrs. Albert J. Zidlick), re the related Howell, Galloway, DuBose, Cox, Witherspoon, Windham, and Story / Storey families
Howell-Foreman families papers ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Chiefly correspondence of Howell Foreman and Robert L. (Trot) Foreman, Jr., covering their time at college, World War I, and life after college; together with land grants, correspondence, family trees, scrapbooks, newspaper articles, and other papers of other members of the Howell and Foreman families, of Atlanta, Ga. Other persons represented include Effie Howell Foreman, Robert Foreman, Sr., Clark Howell, Evan P. Howell, Rosalie Howell, and members of the Park family. Topics include Civil War in Georgia
M. E. N. and Ida Mott Howell collection by Howell family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The M. E. N. and Ida Mott Howell collection contains correspondence related to Myron Emory Nimrod Howell and his wife, Ida Amelia Mott. It consists mainly of Howell's letters to his wife about his life and work in Saint Cloud, Minnesota, and in Pontiac and Saginaw, Michigan, from 1872-1873. Other correspondence pertains to Howell and Mott genealogy
Howell family papers by Howell family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Primarily the records of John Howell Books, 1912-1984. Also includes some personal family papers and photographs
Samuel Ladd Howell papers by Samuel Ladd Howell( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence, accounts, bills for medical services performed, lecture notes, ledgers, financial records relating to the erection of a house, and family papers
Moore-Howell family papers by Moore (Family :( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Consists of correspondence, poems, religious tracts and genealogical records (8 items)
Howell family collection by Howell family( file )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The Howell Family Collection consists of papers from the Howell, Beatty, Day, and Greer families. Information pertaining to those families may be found by searching the computer for their specific names
Papers of the Howell Family by Howell Family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Comprises the personal papers of the pioneer Howell Family and is predominately made up of correspondence and legal documents, with some publications, financial records and ephemera. Included is a handwritten indenture of sale of land in the Parish of Moorpanyul in 1853, from Benjamin Shipman to James Howell, still with the orignal seals. The majority of the letters in the collection are to and from James Howell's grandson, Samuel Howell, sent to his son, Geoffrey Howell. The financial records pertain to both the Howell and Beath families, as they were related to each other. The legal and financial documents give an indication as to the wealth of these families
Howell family papers by Howell family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Contains correspondence from: Brazilian missionary, John Beatty Howell; S. Harrie Hibler, Civil War soldier; Lawrence Day Howell, missionary to Peking, China and World War I soldier in France. Also included in the collection are manuscripts (sermons by John Beatty Howell and compositions by Isabel Howell Thatcher), photographs, legal documents, genealogical notes, and printed works by Elizabeth Hibler Day Howell and Archibald Alexander Howell, II
Howell family papers by Howell family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence, including incoming correspondence to Lillie Adams Howell and Parley Howell; Parley Howell's 1912 daybook; Cliff Howell's memorabilia; Clifton silver coronet band roll book; Mutual Improvement Association officers minute book (1921-22), rollbook (1922-1925), and miscellaneous materials; and the papers of the Clifton ward of the Oneida Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including a minute book of sacrament and bishop council meetings (1921-1922) and correspondence to and from the Bishop of Clifton ward, Harold B. Lee
Howell family papers by Howell family( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers of the family of Thomas Jefferson Howell, who lived on Sauvie Island, near Portland, Oregon. Contains correspondence, documents, records and ephemera, mostly related to the ownership and operation of the Howell farm (now the Bybee-Howell House restoration), including deeds, leases, contracts, receipts (mostly from Portland businesses), and a copy of the original donation land claim of James F. Bybee. Also included are two account books, land survey, and miscellaneous notebooks of Benjamin Howell, father of Thomas Jefferson and Joseph Howell; a book of animal sketches found on the Howell property in 1922; and copies letters from Thomas Howell to Edward Lee Greene regarding botanical observations, 1890-1902
Howell family collection by Howell family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Photocopies of membership documents of the Daughters of the Revolution belonging to Lena F. Howell Tooker and Ann E. W. Barto, 1921; minutes of the Watchogue Chapter, Daughters of the Revolution, 1931-1932; letters to Richard, Harris, and Micah Howell, 1850-1906; abstracts of Howell wills - 1832 to 1856, n.d
Howell family papers by Howell family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The entire collection spans 240 years of American history and includes seven generations of the Howell and Taylor families. Subjects covered are: the Society of Friends; land ownership in the New Jersey colony; Mount Ephraim, New Jersey; fisheries in New Jersey; the Revolutionary War, General William Maxwell and the New Jersey 2nd Regiment; the Mexican War; pre-Civil War New Orleans; the Civil War and Jefferson Davis; Quaker Missionaries; the removal of the Pawnees to their new reservation in Indian Territory; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; farming in early 20th century southern California; Adam Clark Vroman; the Gila River Relocation Center; the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration and refugees in post-World War II Europe and Belgrade; the Pasadena Playhouse; and life in late 20th century southern California including Altadena, San Dimas and Pasadena. There are letters written by William Burgess, Jefferson Davis, Varina Davis, George F. Howell, Richard Howell, Charles H. Searing, and William Henry Taylor. The collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, William Henry Jackson stereographs of Pawnee Indians, land deeds, legal papers, marriage records, diplomas, and notes
Howell family papers by Howell family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers of the Powell, Poole, O'Rorke, and Claney families of Charlotte, N.C., Pittsburgh, Pa., and New York City, concerning various aspects of their entertainment careers. Individuals featured in the papers include Conza Howell and her husband, Howard Moorehead Claney. The collection primarily consists of correspondence and photographs
 
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