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Catalog Number 1961-003-05010
Object Name Album
Collection Marblehead Town History
Scope & Content Black Notebook #10 containing the following:

1-7. THE STORY OF THE DEED OF MARBLEHEAD…

9. TOWN MEETING TOOK ACTION TO BUY TOWN TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY YEARS AGO…Messenger July 20, 1934…

11. REVIVED SAILING TALE 'IDYLIC'…by Fred Goddard…review of new edition of book…'Carter's Coast of New England'…

13. FACE LIFT PLANNED FOR THE DRIFTWOOD…Messenger ? date…

15. CLASS OF 1930…Names listed…

17. FRENCH SEIZE MARBLEHEAD SHIPS…LOCAL MEN AID IN QUEBEC CAPTURE…from a series of articles being printed from the "History and Traditions of Marblehead" by Samuel Roads, Jr…

19-21. MARBLEHEAD…this article appears to be a continuation of another article on a walking tour of Marblehead…

23-27. PICTURES …Lobster shanties…Glover's Regiment…Weathered Gravestones at Old Burial Hill…

29-30. INDUSTRIOUS UNIMPLOYMENT: THE DUSTIES'YEARS…Picture of team which lasted three years and was predecessors of the' HEADERS' who came on the scene in 1935…by Auville Putnam…

31. TOMBSTONE EPITAPHS OFFER HISTORICAL INSIGHTS…Old Burial Hill…by Marcia Bennett…

33. GOLDEN MEMORIES…CLASS PICTURE OF CLASS OF 1930…

34. THE GOLDEN YEARS BEGAN IN THE DEPRESSION…as it was in 1930 as told by the graduating class of that year at their 50th reunion…

35-40. UNSUNG HEROES OF THE REVOLUTION…articles about GLOVERS' REGIMENT…

41-43. PICTURES OF STATE STREET WHARF AND ARIAL VIEW OF HARBOR…

45. GEORGE WASHINGTON BACK IN TOWN…picture of 'Washington Crossing the Delaware' back from the restorer…

47. PICTURES OF SELECTMEN ABOARD USS GLOVER…the Glover was anchored off Chandler Hovey Park for five days in 1968 for a July 4th celebration…

49. PICTURE OF DEVEREUX BEACH…

51. PICTURE OF GLOVERS REGIMENT AT OLD BURIAL HILL…

53. EVEN IN THE OLD DAYS, CLIFTON WAS AN AREA APART…Messenger June 5, 1980…

55. IN OLD MARBLEHEAD…PICTURE OF APPLETON'S WHARF…photo published by Thompson's Studio…

57. BARNEGAT…A correspondent of the Salem Observer's description of Marblehead's most famous quarter…

59. OLD TIME INCIDENTS…from the diary of the late Rev. Dr. Bently of Salem…Messenger January 28, 1881…

61-62. MASON'S ROCKS AND OTHER MATTERS…By James J.H. Gregory…Messenger Sept. 11, 1908…

63. IS OLD PAINTING OF GW A COPY OF ONE OF SULLY…picture shows George Washington on a white horse on the snow-covered banks of the Deleware River getting ready presumably, to take Trenton ,N..J. on Christmas night, Dec.26th…

65-78. PICTURES OF MARBLEHEAD…Bandstand at Crocker Park…winter ot Crocker Park…Marblehead Harbor…

79. WASHINGTON PLACE-HAWAII'S GOVENER'S MANSION BUILT BY A MARBLEHEAD SEA CAPTAIN IN 1846…


80. A BIT OF PACIFIC HISTORY…LITTLE KNOWN SAGA OF AN Essex County youth who left home in1812 to seek his fortune and became patriarch of Chichi-jima in the Bonin Islands…not heard of until Capt. E.A.Pitman from Marblehead came upon the Bonin Islands when sailing from Bangkok…

81-83. AERIAL VIEW OF HARBOR…WINTER VIEW OF CROCKER PARK…

85. MARBLEHEAD POTTERY…produced in the 1920's and 30's…

87. AN ATLAS ACQUIRED. ANTIQUE DOLLS RESTORED…an 1881 Atlas was found which lists every property in Marblehead during the late 19th century and gives the layout of the town…mentions other articles aquired by the Historical Society…Mrs. Morrill Reynold's restoring old dolls one being of circa 1850…

89-91. MARBLEHEAD IS MORE THAN 'RACE WEEK'…from an article in the Boston Globe, December 29, 1963…

93-94. PUBLIK HOUSES OF LYNNE'S OLDE DAYS…

95-97. ANNIVERSARY COMMITTEE PLANS EXHIBIT OF J.O.J. FROST'S ART…

99-100. MUSEUM SET TO REVIVE 'MARITIME MARBLEHED'…exhibit to open in Salem at the Peabody Museum…

101-102. TO HELL I PITCH IT----BILLY KNOWS THE RULES, BUT THE BALL GAME GOES ON AND ON AND ON…Billy vs Us, the Bloomer Girls…

103. M.A.PICKETT BUILDING IN MARBLEHEAD…HISTORY OF OLD HAND TUBS IN TOWN…Town bought the M.A. Pickett hand tub in 1866…there were four hand tubs in town at that time…the Gerry bought in 1845, the Mugford bought in 1859…the General Glover and the M.A.Pickett…the Hook and Ladder truck was bought in 1850…In 1868 the Liberty Hose Carriage was added…In 1871 the town voted to buy a new Steam Engine…In 1880 the steamer Col.William R. Lee was bought ant the Mugford and General Glover were disbanded…In 1890 the Board of Fire Wards voted to reorganize the fire department and the GERRY and the M.A.PICKETT companies were disbanded and hose companies were organized in their stead…THE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. CAME TO A CLOSE AFTER 139 YEARS…

105. HEADA FOREVA…Talks of new history book coming out…'SPIRIT OF '76 LIVES HERE'…

107. I REMEMBER ELBRIDGE…(Elbridge Gerry)…by Alexander MacDonald…

109. LOUISBOURG---AS THE YANKEES PROBABLY SAW IT IN 1745…

111. OLD STORE IN OLD TOWN HAS OLD COLLECTON…Messenger 8/13/75…Philip Goldman and his wife Evelyn owners of Olde Towne Pharmacy …collection relates to Pharmocology…

114. MARBLEHEAD…map of Marblehead pointing out places of interest…

115. DESCENDANTS OF THE ARNOLD FAMILY…Messenger April 30, 1897…

117-119. LETTER TO CAPTAIN M.B.GREGORY…Notebook (undated) about January 1849…


121. AN ANCIENT RHYME…The verses of Nancy Welch, a blind woman, together with lines for a family of her acquaintance…Written by herself…

123. OLD RECIPES…State Street Spareribs…COD CURRY Jeremiah Lee…HALIBUT from Codner's Cove…BREAD SOUP…CUSK ROCKMERE…FLETANS…JACKSON JUMBLES…

125-129. "THE LURE OF MARBLEHEAD"…Collaborators publish " Old Marblehead Guide"…by Priscilla S. Lord and Virginia C. Gamage…Marblehead has 'charisma unmatched by any other town"…"THE SPIRIT OF '76' history lives in new Marblehead history…New book on Marblehead…

131. AT THE MANSION, THEY HELP CONSERVE THE PAST…by Polly Maxon…

133. AZOR AND HOW HE GREW…(Azor Orne)…STORY WRITTEN BY Maude Crowley…article written by Linda Weltner…

135. BEVERLY NOVALIST PENS EXCELLENT HISTORICAL TALES…

137. ON THE DELAWARE, 1776…reference to a book'TWEVE DAYS TIL TRENTON'… by John M. Duncan…

139. THE 'SPIRIT' IS WILLING BUT…A book review by Russell W. Knight of the book "MARBLEHEAD: THE SPIRIT OF '76 LIVES HERE…

141. ADDS…

142. NEW VOLUME MIRRORS OLD MARBLEHEAD…Lynn born author writes "A GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA LOOKS AT MARBLEHEAD"…

143. EVERYDAY GOURMET: TOWN CAN BOAST FAMED TRINITY OF ROSARISTS…by Libby Alsberg…

145. MARBLEHEAD FOREVER…by Rev. Marcia M. Selman…Marblehead's 350th Anniversary… (revised words, 3 verses)
147. WILL THE REAL MARY A. ALLEY PLEASE COME FORTH?...by Frances Roache…

149. WHEN THE LOCAL SLOOPS DEFENF THE CUPS…by m. Ruth Putnam

151-153. TOMORROW THE EASTERN YACHT CLUB CELEBRATES IT'S BEING 100 YEARS OLD…by Peter Gamage…August 6, 1970…

155. THE GREAT NECK…1678…

157. HISTORY BUFFS SEARCH FOR SLOOPS IDENTITY…

159-160. PICTURES OF STATE STREET WHARF…crumbling sea wall…Pictures of slip that was filled in…

161. FROM JOHN PRINCE'S RECORD BOOK…the following taken from an old record book belonging to John Prince who lived for many years on State Street …LEACH WORM WEATHER GLASS…Messenger july 20,1918…

163-164. THE SOUNDS OF YESTERYEARS…THE SIGHTS OF YESTERYEARS…by Earl F. Cook…

165. 'RING THE BELLS'-CUSTOM CARRIED THRU THE YEARS ON JULY 4TH…WHAT IS GERRYMANDER?...by M. Ruth Putnam…

167. ALL HOMAGE TO THE COD…by Earl F. Cook…Winning entry, Marblehead Festival of Arts, Writer's World,1979…

169-172. ARTICLES AND STORIES BY LINCOLN (LINK) HAWKES…

173-175. NOTED HISTORICAL SITE-TUCKER HOUSE, M'HEAD, FACES UNCERTAIN FATE…Messenger November 29,1965…

179. FIXILATED…a word frequently asserted to be peculiar to Marblehead…Messenger January 7, 1881…

181. MARBLEHEAD MEMORABILIA…by Vincent McGrath…

183. MARBLEHEAD ACQUIRES OLD GUN HOUSE…probably erected in 1812…Messenger March, 1972…

185-187. PRESERVE OLD MARBLEHEAD WORDS…by H. Reynolds Goodwin… Messenger March 2,1923…

189. MARBLEHEAD HAS HAD 40 GREAT YEARS…


191-193. LIVING ON OUR ANCESTORS…Messenger January 13, 1882…

195. MARBLEHEAD RECORDS LAST MILITARY UNIT…10th Deck Division, Masss,Naval Militia marks 40th Anniversary: Town Companies Date from 1700's…

197. AN OLD RELIC…a medal was found when tearing down a chimney in the Nicholson House on Mugford Street which was issued at the time of Washington's death…

199-205. AN OLD MARBLEHEAD COMMODORE…CAPTAIN SAMUEL TUCKER…

209. HEROS OF MARBLEHEAD…DURING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION…

211-228. THE TWO GEORGE BROWN'S…

229-230. ADVERTISEMENT FROM THE CHILTON BOOK COMPANY FOR "MARBLEHEAD: THE SPIRIT OF '76 LIVES HERE…

231. LIFE COULD BE GRIM IN OLD MARBLEHEAD…by Ruth M. Putnam…
Subjects Graves
Baseball
Baseball players
Baseball umpires
Class Reunions
Fishermen
Schools
Gardens
Potteries
Dolls
Yacht clubs
Yacht racing
Yachts
Paintings
Windmills
Ferries
Bridge failures
Bridges
Title Black Notebook #10
Creator Bowden Osborne
People Nanepashmet, the Chief of the Naumkeag Indians
Indian James
Maverick, Moses
Deverix, John
Ward, Captain Samuel
Ridden, Thaddeus
Beall, William
Pittman, Thomas
Read, Richard Walton,
Nathaniel
Quanophkonat, Joane
Wenepawweekin, Susanah
Quanapahomatt, Israell
Quanophkonatt, James
Ahawayetsquaine, Jone
Wanapawequin, Sarah
Quanapohkonat James alies James Rummney Marshe
Quanophkonatt Joseph als Joseph English (Grandson of old John).
Abbott (sic), Benjamin
Adams, "Bummer"
Adams, Arthur
Adams, Charles Francis
Adams, John Quincy
Adams, John
Adams, Sam
Akerman, Mr.
Allerton, Isaac
Alley, Hartley Frank
Alley, Hartley, (Russ)
Alley, Hartley, Mr. & Mrs.
Alley, Jean
Alley, Lillian
Alley, Mary A.
Alley, Verna
Alsberg, Libby Smith
Ambrose, Gen.
Anderson, Jean
Andrews, Joseph
Appleton, Daniel
Appleton, Ronald, Mrs.
Appleton, Thomas
Arnold, Benedict
Arnold, Elizabeth (Greene)
Arnold, Sarah Greene
Aronld, Peter
Ashton, Philip
Ayers, Samuel, Mrs.
Bacon, William, Capt.
Baker, Margaret
Ballard, Daniel
Ballou, James H.
Barber, David
Barber, Robert
Barclay, Jack
Barker, B. Deveraeux, Jr.
Barker, B. Devereaux
Barker, David, Capt.
Barker, Richard, Lt.
Barrow, "Ike"
Barry, John
Barry, Tom
Bartlet, Parson, Mr.
Bartlett, Charles
Bartlett, Doris Durne
Bartlett, John, Dr.
Bartol, William
Bartoll, William Thomas
Barton, Robert B. M.
Bassett, "Spike"
Bates, Bill, Cong.
Bauer, Fredric, Mrs.
Bauer, Fredric
Beall, William
Belanger, Albertine Gagnon
Bell, Florence
Bentley, Rev., Dr.
Bentley, William, Dr.
Bentley, William, Rev.
Bessom, Richard
Best, Mary
Bettencourt, John
Billias, George
Bishop, Theodore
Blackford, William
Blackler, William
Blaney, Asa
Blaney, Benjamin
Blaney, N. R.
Blisdell, James A., Mr. & Mrs.
Blodgett, John H.
Bouden, Mr.
Bowden, Ashley
Bowden, Louis
Bowden, Samuel
Bowen, Ashley
Bower, Rev.
Boyle, Marjorie
Bradley, Morton
Brady, "Count"
Brainard, Patricia
Brainard, S. R.
Breed, Jack
Bridgeo, William
Broughton, "Dil"
Broughton, Daniel, Mrs.
Broughton, Frank
Broughton, Nicholas, Capt.
Broughton, Nicholson
Brown, Earle, Sg.
Brown, George B. "Dutchy"
Brown, George
Brown, Gertrude Jones
Brown, Grace
Brown, Marian Martin
Brown, Simeon, Capt.
Brown, W. B.
Brown, William
Buckley, Sarah
Buckley, William
Buell, Ellen Lewis
Buffington, Zadock
Bullard, Col.
Burgess, Edward
Burgess, Franklin
Burgess, W. Sterling
Burgoyne, Gen.
Burns, Edgar
Burns, John, Gov. & Mrs.
Butler, Edward
Cama, Anthony
Cardley, Hayward, Mrs.
Carpenter, Alan
Carpenter, Betty
Cassidy, Marjorie Kiernan
Caswell, William H.
Catton, Bruce
Chadwick, Ben
Chamberlain, Samuel, Mrs.
Chamberlain, Samuel
Chamberlin, Carlton L.
Chapman, Andrew
Chapman, Bill
Chapman, Carolyn
Chapman, Clarence (Winker)
Chapman, Gordon
Chapman, John
Chapman, Sam
Cheever, Abner, Jr.
Cheever, Samuel, Rev.
Church, George
Ciavarra, Paul
Clark, John
Clark, Phil
Clark, Philip
Cleveland, Grover
Clinkman, John D., Mrs.
Clough, Samuel
Clouston, John, Capt.
Cloutman, Edward
Cloutman, George W.
Coffin, Bruce
Cole, B. E.
Collins, Father
Collins, John
Collins, Kate, Miss
Conant, George M., Mrs.
Conniers, Garnet I.
Connolly, Ellen
Cook, Earl F.
Corcoran, "Streach"
Courtis, William, Capt.
Craig, Dexter, Capt.
Creesy, Eleanor Horton Prentiss
Creesy, Josiah Perkins, Capt.
Cronin, Ruth
Cropley, Jacob M.
Crosby, Bob
Crowell, Robert H.
Crowinshield, B. W.
Crowinshield, George
Crowley, David
Crowley, Joseph
Crowley, Maude
Crowninshield, Edward
Cruger, William, Mrs.
Cuffe, John
Curtis, Greely
Curtis, Ruth P.
Curtis, William, Capt.
Cutler, Louise Martin
Dane, Chester L.
David, Jacques-Louis
Davis, Margaret Baker
Davis, Marjorie Davis
DeMers, William, Cdr.
Dennis, Anna
Dennis, Humphrey
Devereux, John, Gen.
Deverix, John
Devine, Doris
Devine, Lewis
DeVoto, Bernard
Dexrer, Trula
Dierdorff, Christopher
Dincecco, Patricia
Dixey, Grant
Dixey, John
Dixey, Thomas
Dixey, William
Doak, Benjamin, Jr.
Doak, Benjamin
Doane, Ernest
Doane, Lewis
Doliber, Matt
Dominis, John, Capt.
Dooling, Mildred
Dorien, Ralph
Duncan, John M.
Econonou, Nicholas
Elkins, Thomas, Capt.
Ellis, John
Erbetta, Robert, Cpl.
Evans, Sally, Mrs.
Eveleth, Fred
Everett, P. C.
Farquhar, Roger B.
Farrell, Elizabeth
Farrell, Levi
Farrell, Milt
Farrington, Monty
Felton, Francis, Capt.
Fettyplace, Edward, Capt.
Field, Jane
Flint, Harry
Foley, Daniel J.
Foley, Howie
Foote, Harriett Risley
Foote, Henry, Rev.
Forbes, J. Malcolm
Forbes, Robert B.
Ford, Henry
Foss, Thomas
Foster, Charles H. W.
Foster, W. T.
Fowle, James, Col.
Fowle, Leonard, Jr.
Frankland, Sir Harry
Fraser, Eugene
Freeman, James
Freeto, Capt.
Freeto, Henry
French, Arthur H., Mrs.
Frost, Annie
Frost, Frank
Frost, J. O. J.
Frost, James R. (Chummy)
Frost, John O. I.
Frost, John Orne Johnson
Frost, Johnny Orne
Frost, Richard, Jr.
Fuller, Neil
Gage, Marjorie
Gagnon, Albertine
Galeucia, Daniel, Capt.
Gamage, Peter
Gamage, Virginia C.
Gardner, Joseph P.
Garney, Thomas
Garrett, Edmund H.
Garty, William S., Mrs.
Gates, Gen.
Gerrish, Col.
Gerry, Elbridge
Gerry, Elbridge
Gilbert, Ellsworth
Giles, Eleanora
Giles, John
Gillaland, Francais
Gillis, William
Gilman, Herbert
Glover, Daniel
Glover, Hannah
Glover, John, Gen.
Goddard, Fred
Goldman, Evelyn
Goldman, Philip
Goldthwaite, Mr.
Golfthwait,William C.
Goodwin, Bertram F.
Goodwin, Everett C.
Goodwin, H. Reynolds
Goodwin, Howard
Gorman, William
Gosling, James. Mrs.
Grant, Eleanor Small
Grant, Elizabeth
Grant, Thomas, Capt.
Graves, George
Graves, James B.
Graves, James E.
Graves, Ralph
Green, Col.
Green, John H.
Green, Nathaniel
Greenaway, Edith
Greene, George Sears, Gen.
Greene, George Washington
Greene, John
Greene, Nathaniel, Gen.
Greene, Ray
Greene, William, Gov.
Greene, William, Jr., Gov.
Greene, William, Lt. Gov.
Gregory, James J. H.
Gregory, John Hooper
Gregory, M. B., Capt.
Gregory, Michael, Capt.
Gregory, William C.
Haley, Robert, Lt.
Hamilton, Alexander
Hammond, William
Hamson, Rob
Hanson, I. W.
Harrington, Francis
Harrington, Rosalie
Harris, Gertrude
Harris, Harriett Stoddard
Harris, Mildred
Harris, Norris W.
Harris, William R., Rev.
Harris, William, Rev.
Harrold, Willard
Haskell, Herb
Hathaway, Daniel R.
Hathaway, Nathaniel G.
Hawkes, Lincoln
Hawley, Joseph
Hazel, Helen Lorenson
Heard, John
Heintzleman, Arthur
Hendricks, Elizabeth Farrell
Henn, P. Lt.
Himmelfarb, Mrs.
Hinds, Mary
Hines, Conrad H., Mrs.
Hirschkron, Fran
Hobbs, Clarence W.
Hodges, Jack
Hoffman, "Red"
Holt, J., JAG
Homan, Kenneth
Homan, Peter
Hood, Bruce
Hood, Fred E., "Ted"
Hooker, William, Capt.
Hooper, Lou
Hooper, Robert "King"
Hooper, Robert, Esq.
Hooper, Robert
Hooper, Robert
Hooten, George M., Rev.
Horton, Mrs.
Hovey, Chandler
Howe, Ernest
Howley, George S., Mrs.
Humphrey, Louise Bowden
Hunson, "Pinky"
Hurley, Evelyn M.
Hussey, Pierson
Hutchings, Elkanah
Hutchinson, Margaret
Hutchinson, Mildred Harris
Iannarelli, Willis
Ingersoll, Samuel
Ireson, Skipper
James, Richard
Jaquith, Hannah
Jefferson, Thomas
Jeffries, John, Jr.
Jewett, Fred
Johnson, Art
Jones, Gertrude
Jones, Paul, Capt.
Jordan, Thomas A.
Joyce, Davis D.
Kalakaua, King
Kalapinski, Joe
Karolik, Maxim
Keats, Ezra Jack
Kelly, John
Kenny, Herbert A.
Kidder, Arthur
Kiernan, Marjorie
Kinsley, F. William
Kirkpatrick, Doris
Klinger, Robert
Knight, Albert
Knight, Elizabeth
Knight, Russell W.
Knowland, Thomas P.
Knox, Henry
Lamson, Fredrick
Lancaster, Bruce
Lancaster, Jessie Payne
Landry, Peter A.
Larson, Ingrid
Laskey, Philip B., Dr.
Lausier, Joseph
Lausier, Paul L.
Lausier, Paul
Lawless, Marion
Lawrence, John S.
Lee, Jeremiah, Col.
Lee, William, Col.
Lefavour, Joshua
Lefavour, William
Leutz, Emmaunuel
Lewis, Alonzo
Lewis, Philip, Capt.
Lewless, Elizabeth
Liliuokalani, Queen
Lillibridge, Amy Annie
Lindsey, Capt.
Lindsey, N. Allen
Little, David B.
Longley, Edith Greenaway
Lord, Philip H.
Lord, Priscilla S.
Lorenson, Helen
Love, James
Low, Sally
MacDonald, Alexander
Mace, Andrew
Maclean, Muriel
Maconi, Florence Bell
Mansfield, Mr.
March, Raymond
Marion, John
Marr, John
Marrs, John
Martin, Ebenezer
Martin, John S.
Martin, John
Martin, Johnny
Martin, Knott
Martin, Louise
Martin, Luther
Martin, Mercy
Martin, Percy L.
Maurais, Anna Dennis
Maverick, Moses
Maxon, Polly
McClain, Chuck
O'Brian, "Buck"
McDonough, Joe
McGrath, Vincent
Mckeon, Rosalind M.
Merritt, John, Capt.
Messervy, Chester
Metcalf, Russell
Millett, Herbert
Moore, George
Moore, Ruth
Morgan, Henry
Morrill, George
Morris, Albert F.
Morris, Robert
Morse, Garlan
Morse, Roger
Morse, Roger
Mudge, Nathaniel
Mugford, James
Mulcahy, Lawrence
Munroe, F. W.
Munroe, I. M.
Murphy, Frank
Murray, Jas F.
Nagan, AnneNaidus, Harold
Naylor, Tom
Neilson, Gertrude
Newall, Judge
Nichols, Sabra
Ohm, Horace
Orne, Azor
Orne, Jonathan, H.
Osborne, Bowden
Osborne, Frank
Otis, William C.
Paine, Charles J., Gen.
Paine, Frank C.
Paine, Henry
Paine, T.T.
Panagakis, John, Mrs.
Parker, David, Capt.
Parker, Edith DeB. L.
Patchett, Alice Tobin
Peabody, E. S.
Peach, Azor
Peach, Donald
Peach, John C.
Peach, John
Peach, Richard
Pedrick, John
Perry, Adm.
Perterson, Don
Peterson, Harold L.
Phillips, Amos
Phillips, John
Phollips, Kenneth
Pickering, Col.
Pickering, Timothy
Pierce, William, Capt.
Pitman, E. A., Capt.
Pitman, Nicholas
Pittman, Thomas
Pleasant, Lawrence D.
Popkin, Nancy
Power, D. B. H.
Power, Marjorie
Prescott, Dorothy
Prince, John
Putnam, Auville
Putnam, Auvy
Putnam, M. Ruth
Putnam, Madison G.
Putnam, Percy
Quiner, John
Raddin (Reden), Benjamin Bullard
Rafferty, Elizabeth
Rathery, John L., Mrs.
Read, Richard
Redd, Mammy
Reed, Richard, Major
Reed, Richard
Revere, Paul
Reynolds, George
Reynolds, Gertrude
Reynolds, Gus
Reynolds, Morrill, Mrs.
Rhoades, Ezra
Rhoades, Mary
Rhoades, Michael
Ridden, Thaddeus
Riess, Richard O.
Riley, Everest
Rix, T. P. M.
Roach, Willard
Roades, Thomas
Roads, Charlotte
Roads, Samuel, Jr.
Roads, Wilson H.
Robarts, Trim
Robinson, Fredrick
Robinson, Joseph S.
Robinson, Joseph
Roche, Frances
Rockefeller, Abby Aldrich
Rockett, Hilary J.
Rodgers, Nellie, Mrs.
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
Rothermel, Albert N. (Bill)
Rubino, Gerald
Russell, John, Capt.
Salkins, John H.
Saltonstall, William G.
Santry, Joseph V.
Savory, Nathaniel
Sawtelle, Chester M.
Schumacher, Emma
Searl, John
Sears, David, Jr.
Sears, Herbert M.
Selman, John, Capt.
Selman, Marcia M., Rev.
Shavelson, Michael
Shepard, William H.
Simmons, Ursula
Simpson, Thomas
Sinclair, Robert
Skinner, James N.
Slade, William A., Jr.
Slee, Charles
Small, Eleanor
Smith, Chadwick
Smith, Frank
Smith, Gregory, Mrs.
Smith, Joel, Capt.
Smith, John L.
Smith, Walter
Snow, Herman
Sorrentino, Peter
Souther, Daniel, Capt.
Spaulding, Col.
St. Clair, Arthur
Stacey, Girdler
Stacey, Thomas
Stephen, Olin
Stevens, Billy
Stevens, John
Stevens, Phil
Stevens, William
Stewart, William
Stiles, Richard, Capt.
Stone, John
Stone, Theodore
Storrow, J. J.
Story, Capt.
Story, Joseph
Strong, John
Stubbs, William Phelps
Sullivan, Mary
Sully, Thomas
Surriage, Agnes
Surridge (sic), Agnes
Sutton, Sir Richard
Swasey, Arthur
Symonds, Bertice
Symonds, Henry O.
Tatterfield, Eva M.
Taylor, Louise
Taylor, Mae
Thorner, Mrs.
Tobin, Alice
Trefry, Raymond
Trefry, Russell
Trevett, Samuel
Triplett, Chris
Tuckbury, James
Tucker, Andrew
Tucker, Richard D.
Tucker, Samuel
Tuee, Irv
Tutt, Dick
Tutt, Hannah
Vessat, Robert F. C., Mrs.
Wallace, Elizabeth Knight
Waltown, Nathaniel
Ward, Arthur
Ward, Samuel, Capt.
Ware, John, Mrs.
Washburn, LeilaWashington, George, Gen
Weakley, Adm.
Weed, Eban, "Bub"
Weed, Eban
Weed, Allen
Welch, Elizabeth
Welch, Jack
Welch, Nancy
Welsch, Ulrike
Whittemore, H. H. F., Mrs.
Whitter, John Greenleaf
Whittredge, Mary Buckley
Wigglesworth, Col.
Wilde, Donald
Wilder, Richard
Wilkins, Capt.
Wilkinson, Harry
Willard, Archibald
Williams, Mildred
Williams, Thomas King
Willis, John
Wilson, John
Winslow, William H.
Withum, William E., Jr.
Woodbury, E. S.
Woodfin, Harold
Woodridge, John
Wright, Calvin
Wright, John
Wright, Theodore
Wyman, Anne
Wyman, Isaac C.
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Lexicon category 8: Communication Artifact
Lexicon sub-category Documentary Artifact
Condition Fair