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Smith family

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Works: 5,044 works in 6,087 publications in 1 language and 25,117 library holdings
Genres: History  Genealogy  Records and correspondence  Sources  Personal narratives‡vAmerican  Catalogs 
Roles: Author
Classifications: N8650, 929.2
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Blanton-Smith collection ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Primarily letters from the family of Dr. Orville Martin Blanton, his wife Martha Rebecca Smith Blanton, and their descendants. The Blantons resided on a plantation near what is now Greenville, Miss. Two notebooks with typed transcriptions of the letters are also available with a short family history by Mrs. Georgie Blanton Finlay Cooper
Smith family by Smith Family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Under the "putting out" system, workers took home the materials required to set the cards, completed the work, and then returned the finished cards to the firm. They were apparently paid in cash. The accounts were balanced with "cards to sett" versus "cards returned"
Land-Smith-Brooks collection ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Papers by Smith family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Contains legal papers of Manasseh Smith, Sr., Joseph Emerson Smith, Samuel Emerson Smith and other members of the Smith family who practiced law in midcoast Maine, Boston and Chicago from the late 18th century to the early late 19th century. Also contains papers relating to the real estate and paper mill business of Dudley W. Moor and Edward W. Heath
Romany tales collected by T.W. Thompson by Thomas William Thompson( Archival Material )
in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Comprises: mostly tales in notebooks and on loose pieces of paper, with occasions, places and names of informants carefully noted: A) tale from Taimi Boswell, collected 1915, 14ff; B) 'Lying tales', 'Drolls' and 'Clod's tales', incl. tales of Appy Boswell and Lander Lee, collected from various sources 1919-24, with notes. Written out 1962-63. 52ff; C) eight tales from Johnny Smith and Muli and Terence Lee, collected 1914-24; D) four tales from the Gray family, collected 1914, 128ff; E) Noah Lock's tales, collected 1914, with biographical notes, 104ff; F) three tales collected by John Myers from a traveller called 'Ashton', and two ballads taken by Alfred James; G) tale told by Bui Boswell collected from Noah Young, 1914; with corrections and additions to 'The Gypsy Grays as tale-letters', 14ff; H) five tales and a summary from Taimi Boswell, collected 1915, 53ff; I) four tales from Shanny Gray, undated, 84ff; J) 'Reminiscences by Esmeralda Lock. Edited by TWT', compiled 1911, including the tales 'The breed of us', 'Early days', 'Tent life with Hubert Smith of Norway', and 'The descendants of Abram Wood', 128ff; K) 'Daughter Greengown', unattributed tale, written out c.1964, in two notebooks, 16ff and 14ff; L) eleven tales from various sources: 'The two brides; one white, the tother black', 'A horse dat dropped gowld', 'A reg'lar daft watty', 'Lad in grey and his ears', 'Fairest of all others', 'A race betwixt a hedgehog and a hare', 'Snow-white', 'A Fairy changeling', 'The Frog sweetheart', 'The Foolish Irishman', 'De two Irish Tramps', mostly written out 1964, 100ff; M) galley proofs of TWT's 'Twelve Clod's Tales: Collected from English Gypsies', corrected by the author, 7ff; N) 'The North Country Grays as tale-tells' and 'The East Yorkshire Grays, Johnny Smith and others', TSS with TWT's MS corrections, 31ff; O) part of MS account of the Grays, sheets numbered "27"-"36", 10ff; P) notes on Christmas and easter customs, etc., 20ff; Q) excerpts and notes relating to "Pugilistica" by Henry Downes Miles, London, 1880, 30ff; R) 'Borrow's Gypsies Addenda (1909-1931)', in two notebooks, 40ff and 44ff; S) 'Lavengro and Romany Rye', notes about people and places in the books, written 1931 and later, 28ff; T) 'Bataillard's papers in the Public Reference Library, Manchester', notes, 58ff; U) Notes on French Gypsies by Paul Bataillard, made 1848, transcribed by Mme. E.F. de Gubernatis, with further notes by TWT, 1929, 75ff; V) Notes on French Gypsies by Bataillard, made 1850, transcribed by Mme. E.F. de Gubernatis, with further notes by TWT, 1929; W) Notes on French Gypsies by Bataillard, made 1850, transcribed by Mme. E.F. de Gubernatis, 47ff; X) four letters from Mme. E.F. de Gubernatis to TWT, 1929, 12ff; Y) 'To the affairs of Egypt / this book is consecrated', notes on meetings with travellers, their biography, genealogy and language, 68ff; Z) three reprints of articles by TWT: 'Christmas Eve and after', 'Borrow's Gypsies', and 'Storms an[trunc]
 
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