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Hunters of Forfarshire, 1528 to 1928 by G.G. Guthrie Hunter( Book )
1 edition published in 1928 in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
The Hunter family of Scotland between the late 1000s and the 1920s. Includes some descendants in England and in the United States
Papers by Hunter family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Comprises items sent to William Hunter from friends and workmates, including a postcard from Egypt, 31 Aug. 1915, by George Richardson, no. 621, 13th Light Horse Regt.; three letters from France, 18 Jan. 1916-14 March 1917, by Paddy O'Leary; a postcard from Egypt, 26 March 1916, and a portrait, undated, by Dvr Robert Burns, no. 2217, 14th Headquarters Coy, 4th Divisional Train; a letter from Russia, 1 Oct. 1916, by Paul Subanoff; a letter from England, 18 Nov. 1916, and a postcard, 14 Sept. 1917, by Pte William Grant, no. 5838, 21st Bn; and a letter from France, 4 Nov. 1917, by Cpl A. C. James, no. 1812, 16th Coy, A. L. R. O. D. Also includes letters, postcards, and a photograph sent by Clyde McBeath to his mother in N. Z. and his sister Jessie Hunter in Melb., 30 May 1915-22 Oct. 1916; two letters from McBeath to Philip Hunter, 24 Dec. 1908 and 3 July 1917; a certificate issued to Segt McBeath on troopship Willochra, 12 May 1915; and press cuttings re deaths of soldiers, 12 Apr. 1919 and undated
Papers, 1802-1907 by Hunter family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers of the Moses T. Hunter family of "Hazelfield," Jefferson County, Va. [now W. Va.], Charlottesville, and Winchester, Va., and the related Alfred C. Weeks family of "Belle Grove," near New Iberia, St. Martin's Parish, La. Letters describe daily life in Virginia and Louisiana in the antebellum, Civil War, and postwar periods. The Weeks family letters describe Civil War campaigns and slave life in southern Louisiana and Texas. Postwar correspondence concerns, in part, a lawsuit over the estate of Mary (Conrad) Weeks Moore (d. 1863), as well as efforts to compile information on the Weeks family's history and genealogy. Significant correspondents include Moses T. Hunter, Sr. (lawyer of Martinsburg, Va. [now W. Va.] and Washington, D.C.), his wife Mary Washington (Snickers) Hunter, and their children, including daughters Frances W. Hunter (of Philadelphia, Pa.) and Nancy Snickers (Hunter) Weeks (of Charlottesville, Va., and St. Martin's Parish, La.), and sons Henry St. George Hunter (while serving in the U.S. Navy in the 1840s and 1850s) and J. Brooke Hunter (as an engineer working on railroads); and sugar planter Alfred C. Weeks, and his brother William F. Weeks (of New Iberia, La.). Also included is an account book, 1862, kept by Alfred C. Weeks after he moved the majority of his slaves to Texas
Hunter family collection on John Dos Passos by Hunter family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Material collected by Dwight and Lucy Hunter and other family members on John Dos Passos. Dos Passos is Lucy Hunter's cousin. The collection, which includes material sent to the Hunters by Dos Passos and other material collected by the Hunters, includes the following: twelve letters to the Hunters (1939-1970); newspaper clippings of interviews with Dos Passos (1941-1968); an essay by Joseph Epstein titled, Did John Dos Passos write the Great American Novel after all? published in The New Yorker on August 5, 1996; newspaper clippings about Dos Passos (circa. 1940s-1980s); newspaper clippings of reviews of books written by or about Dos Passos (circa. 1937-1996); newspaper clippings concerning the death of Dos Passos (1970); pages from Life Magazine containing articles written by Dos Passos during World War II (1940s); a copy of the Saturday Review (March 15, 1969) containing an essay on Dos Passos by literary historian Alfred Kazin; a copy of the Saturday Review World (September 11, 1973) containing a review of The Fourteenth Chronicle: Letters and Diaries of John Dos Passos, edited by Townsend Ludington; a copy of National Geographic (September 1987); a catalog for an exhibit of Dos Passos' work (manuscripts, letters, and paintings) at the University of Virginia (1975); and a catalog for an exhibit of Dos Passos' paintings and drawings at The Virginia Museum in Richmond (1980)
Stockton family papers by Stockton family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Family members represented include Annis Boudinot Stockton, John Potter Stockton, Lucius Horatio Stockton, Mary Field Stockton, Richard Stockton (1764-1828), Richard Stockton (1791-1827), Richard Stockton (1824-1876), Robert Field Stockton (1795-1866), Robert Field Stockton (1832-1918), Samuel Witham Stockton (1834-1899), William Bradford Stockton, Andrew Hunter (d. 1775), Charles Hodge Hunter, Richard Stockton Hunter (1798-1825), Catherine Wistar Bache (1770-1820), Catherine Wistar Bache (1805-1886), Richard Bache, Sarah Franklin Bache, Elias Boudinot, Caspar Wistar Hodge, Charles Hodge, Mary Manners Hunter Stockton Hodge, and Sarah Bache Hodge
Roy Bedichek letters and poems to Mary Bland Millspaugh by Roy Bedichek( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Collection consists of six poems and two letters written by writer and folklorist, Roy Bedichek for Mary Bland Millspaugh, grandmother of Lucy Hunter Washburne and Nancy Hunter Beck. Poems include one with explanatory endnotes, a sonnet (to M.B.M.), one titled Three Pictures and three others written for Mary Bland Millspaugh (circa 1906-1908). Letters include one written on Deming, New Mexico Chamber of Commerce letterhead (April 1910) and one written on University of Texas at Austin letterhead (February 1918)
Hunter family papers by Hunter family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection contains twelve documents relating to the family's plantation, including a slave bill of sale, record of payment for the loan of two slaves, and James L. Hunter's medical discharge papers from the Confederate Army
Hunter family papers by Hunter family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Family papers include several family photographs, Louisiana State University students notebooks (1895-1899), and college textbooks
Hunter family correspondence by Hunter family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
This collection primarily consists of 44 letters between members of the Hunter family of Wiseburg, Maryland. Eliza Hunter ("Lida") received 19 letters from her parents, Margaret and Pleasant Hunter, when she was studying at Linden Hall Seminary in Lititz, Pennsylvania; she responded with 4 letters and 1 brief note. Other letters between female cousins and sisters concern various aspects of their lives, such as education, travel, and family news
Papers by Hunter family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Also, includes correspondence, 1821-1884, of Robert M.T. Hunter of "Fonthill," Essex County, Va., concerning Democratic party politics, the presidential election of 1860, secession, land speculation in western Virginia and Wisconsin, and Hunter's career in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate; financial records; farming records; and political materials. Also, includes family correspondence, 1838-1888, accounts, farming and flour milling records at Hunter's Mill of his wife, Mary Evelina (Dandridge) Hunter (1817-1893)
Cobb and Hunter family papers ( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 1819 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
MICROFILM AND PAPER: Miscellaneous papers of two families, the Cobbs of Georgia and the Hunters of Alabama, united in the marriage of James Edward Cobb of Thomaston Ga., and Liberty Tex., and Caroline ("Carrie") Elizabeth Hunter of Tuskegee, Ala. The collection includes fragments of a young man's diary of a journey, 1819, from Georgia to Cahaba, Ala., to locate new lands; a book of William A. Cobb of Georgia, father of J.E. Cobb, with memoranda of dealings with overseers and notes on his experiences while a volunteer officer in the 1836 Creek War; Carrie Hunter's extensive diary, 1860-1868, at Tuskegee; letters of Carrie's brothers, James (d. 1863?) and Hope, who joined the Confederate Army, and her speech to their company upon presenting them with a flag sewn by the ladies of Tuskegee; J.E. Cobb's diary, 1862-1864, as a Confederate officer in the 5th Texas Regiment serving in Virginia, and his letters from federal prisons, 1864- 1865, to a young lady from Baltimore; the diary and memoranda, 1863, of Capt. D.U. Barziza of the 5th Texas Regiment, during the Gettysburg Campaign; and other items
Papers by Hunter family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Consists of letters between members of the Hunter family of Fannin County, Texas and Sumner County, Tennessee. Correspondents include Harriet Taylor Hunter, Kate M. Cook, Annie Hunter, Margaret J. Taylor, and Mollie Dickson
Papers of the Pleasant Hunter family by Pleasant Hunter Family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The Papers of the Pleasant Hunter Family consist primarily of personal correspondence between Pleasant Hunter's daughter, Eliza ("Lida") Hunter, and her cousins and friends, dating from 1860 to 1870
Hunter Family correspondence by Hunter family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
This collection contains five letters from family and friends to Robert Hunter, Nancy Hunter, and Rachel Hunter of Buffalo Run, [Patton Township], Centre County, Pennsylvania. The letters concern the death of their father, personal activities, work, and travel. Includes letters from Sarah Hosey, apparently a sister of the Hunters, and Charles Newell, apparently a brother-in-law
Papers by Hunter Family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letter from Andrew H. Hunter (1804-1888), lawyer and Whig politician, to William Beale; and a letter to General Andrew Hunter, Marshal of the District of Columbia, from a clerk who considered himself underpaid
Hunter family collection on Paul Horgan by Hunter family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Material collected by Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Hunter and other family members on Paul Horgan. Horgan and Hunter attended the New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) in Roswell, New Mexico and became lifelong friends. The collection, which includes material sent to the Hunters by Horgan and other material collected by the Hunters, includes the following: a 1932 book of drawings sent to Mary Bland Hunter; a Horgan bibliography (1984, compiled by James G. Stevens); letters to the Hunters and others (1932-1981); correspondence with NMMI regarding Horgan's nomination for distinguished alumnus (1983); miscellaneous newspaper clippings regarding Horgan's achievements and activities (1955-1984); text from "Rio Grande: Scenario for Speaker and Orchestra" (1954) and associated clippings from the performance by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in 1957; two issues of American Scholar journal with articles by Horgan (1990-1991); autographed copies of pamphlets and other ephemera (1935-1990); photographs of Horgan, some autographed (1957-1988); color prints of Horgan drawings (1947-1987); and autographed original drawings, including a self-portrait of Horgan and a caricature of an instructor at NMMI (circa 1929)
Papers by Scoles family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letters of Nathan and Maria Smith; R.B. Waits (mostly ca. 1853); letters of David Hunter family members, ca. 1863; land indentures; and memorabilia of D.L. Scoles
Letters and family papers by Hunter family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letters and other papers relating to the Hunter family, 1862-1945. Includes: "Advice to the voyager to Australia, 1887", written by Robert Wilson in New Zealand to the Hunter family in Scotland; and letters written by Irwin Hunter whilst serving abroad during World War II, 1942-1943
Hunter-Wills family papers ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The bulk of the collection is family-centered correspondence. Civil War correspondence relates primarily to family matters, but also comments on religious, social, economic, and military aspects of the South during and after the war. Military matters concern camp life at Norfolk, Yorktown, and Fort Caswell; troop morale; supplies; Confederate retreat from New Bern; an eyewitness account of the Monitor-Merrimack Battle; hospital conditions; and the war in Florida, including the use of African American troops. Other correspondence describes religious ideas on Methodist Protestantism and personal religious beliefs; economic activities of the two families, including the conditions of area farms, labor, and the prices of equipment from northern equipment manufacturers; 1886 earthquake; attendance at a Temperance Meeting; and visiting Occoneechee Farm
 
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