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Norris family

Works: 19 works in 21 publications in 1 language and 20 library holdings
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Roles: Author
Classifications: BS1440, 220.520432
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Norris-Moody papers ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Family papers
Papers by Norris family( Book )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
The papers of Isaac Norris (1671-1735), merchant, mayor of Philadelphia; Isaac Norris (1701-1766), merchant, alderman, speaker of the Assembly; Charles Norris (1712-1766), trustee of the General Loan Office of Pennsylvania. These papers include letterbooks of the two Isaac Norris', 1699-1766; account books, 1705-1761; the second Isaac Norris' account with the estate of Thomas Griffith, 1723-1766; Norris and Griffith papers, 1753; documents relating to real estate in Chester and Delaware counties, 1682-1762, in Philadelphia, Bucks, and Berks counties, 1685-1768, in Montgomery, Lancaster and Mifflin counties, 1728-1789; family accounts, 1740-1790, and 1748-1816; miscellaneous correspondence, 1740-1765; family letters and other papers, 1684-1814, including some of the papers of Thomas Lloyd, 1664-1698, among which are documents relating to the controversy between Lloyd and the Bishops of St. Asaph, 1681; a box of deeds and wedding certificates, 1687-1790; architect's plan for a house; and some correspondence dealing with the affairs of the Pennsylvania Fire Company, 1850-1860
Norris family letters by Norris family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Two letters, one 18 May 1859, from Ben T. Roe of Nashville, Tenn., to William C. Norris of Rome, Tenn., and the other, undated, from Mrs. Norris, giving personal, domestic, and neighborhood news
The Holy Bible : containing the Old and New Testaments with the Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical books : New Revised Standard Version by Thomas Sternhold( Book )
1 edition published in 1623 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The New Revised Standard Version has been recognized by millions of people as the new standard in contemporary Bible translations. Accurate, yet accessible, the NRSV has been authorized for use by numerous Christian denominations throughout the world. This text edition features the complete NRSV translators' notes and a variety of informative charts and timelines. The NRSV Apocrypha contains the most complete collection of Apocryphal and Deuterocanonical books in any English-language Bible
Norris family photograph series by Norris family( visu )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Portraits of Lyman and Mark Norris, and group portrait of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity at the University of Michigan (ca. 1879)
Kathleen Norris and Charles Gilman Norris family papers by Kathleen Thompson Norris( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Personal and professional correspondence of Charles and Kathleen Norris, including a series of letters they wrote to each other prior to their marriage; manuscripts of articles, short stories, novels, plays, biographical materials, and other writings; miscellanous documents, including financial and estate papers, copyright certificates, literary contracts, reviews, clippings, notebooks, biographical and family information, and the Norris's wedding announcement (April 30, 1909). Also includes materials related to the Thompson, Benét, and Dawson families
Speke Hall and two Norris inventories, 1624 and 1700 by Norris family( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A Speke inventory of 1624 by Norris family( Book )
1 edition published in 1946 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Norris family notes on trees by Norris family( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 1802 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Brief descriptions of trees and shrubs, in alphabetical order by scientific name, together with extracts from horticultural works such as William Marshall's Planting and ornamental gardening : a practical treatise (1785) and Charles Marshall's Introduction to the knowledge and practice of gardening (1799). The latest dated item is an excerpt from a letter of 1802 (p. 3). About two-thirds of the leaves are blank. The last page has the beginning of a list of species, and inside the lower cover is a list titled Plants and trees growing at Fairhill about the mansion house. Fairhill was the Norris family estate in Northern Liberties or North Philadelphia. Pasted inside the upper cover is a printed table for conversion of currency, and a copy of William Faithorne's engraving Associatio linguarum, La ligue des langues, is laid in
Selected art related documents from the Norris family papers by Norris family( Archival Material )
in Undetermined and held by 1 library worldwide
Bill and receipt for silverware, etc., for Mrs. Mary Norris, July 16, 1781 from Joseph Richardson, Jr.; bill and receipt for gold stock buckle and setting seal, March 22, 1783 from Joseph Richardson; and bills and receipts for glazing and painting, 1789 from George Rutter
The Norris papers by Norris( Book )
1 edition published in 1846 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers of the Norris and Thomson families ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Also contains bills, receipts, and correspondence re James Thomson's store at Storeville Post Office, Anderson District, S.C., with letters from Hamburg firms of Watt & Bowie and E.B. & J.P. Benson and Charleston firms of Fleming, Gilliland & Co. and Boyce & Horry; document, 22 Nov. 1829, appointing John Thomson postmaster at Thomson's Store, Pendleton District; financial records, 1854-1872, Varennes Presbyterian Church; minutes, 1877-1879, and financial and membership records, 1873-1882, Anderson County Grange No. 71; document, 9 Feb. 1885, appointing Jesse Ward Norris overseer of public roads, Varennes Township, Anderson County; bicycle leases, c. 1900, of W.D. Simpson & Co., Anderson; letter, 19 May 1900,Abbeville, Ward Thomson to Mattie Lesley Norris Thomson, re his work with Electric Light & Power Co., Anderson; and undated printed circular advertising Seneca Mineral Springs
Miscellaneous manuscripts by Norris Family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Inventory of books at "Fairhill," the Norris estate in Northern Liberties, a neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pa. The latest date for a book in the inventory is 1794
Norris and Thomson families' papers ( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Family correspondence, cipher books, account books, and business papers. Includes correspondence and other papers, relating to Jesse Ward Norris (1817-1899) while a student at University of Virginia (1839-1840), his wife, Anna Louise Lesley (b. 1828), and the Lesley family of Abbeville County, S.C., his son-in-law, John White Thomson (1843-1924), and Martha Lesley Norris (1854-1926) while a student at Due West Female College, Due West, S.C. (1869-1871); minutes and financial and membership records (1873-1882) of Anderson County Grange No. 71; financial records (1854-1872) of Varennes Presbyterian Church, Varennes, S.C.; and records (1851-1863) of South Carolina Militia, 4th Infantry Regiment, Beat No. 2. Other places represented include Alabama, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, and Texas
Norris family papers by Norris family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Largely concerning Freemasonry activities, but also including University of Michigan student notebook, 1877, of course taught by Charles K. Adams, and scrapbook, 1875-1876, of University life; papers of Lyman's daughter Maria Norris, Grand Rapids physician; papers of Mark's son, Abbott Norris, concerning his interest in political issues, 1936-1946, as reflected in correspondence with the state's congressional delegation
Blackman family correspondence by Blackman family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letters of Andrew and Lauretta V. Blackman, Laura Blackman, Albertus Knapp, G.W. Knapp, Elvina Norris, and Mark and Roccena Norris of Ypsilanti, Michigan, primarily concerning family affairs and their religious interests
Norris family papers : additions ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Letters written by and to Kathleen and Charles Gilman Norris; a few manuscripts of her stories and articles; edited draft of the transcript of her oral history interview done for the University of California. Berkeley; biographical and bibliographical data; contracts and publishing agreements for both, with related papers; some financial records; clippings; genealogical information for the Norris, Thompson and Benét families; and a few papers of Kathleen Norris' parents and other family members. Several letters in the collection addressed to Rosemary Benét Dawson, Mrs. Norris's niece
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