Contains 82 Results:
Correspondence sent from "Aunt Ver," of Rantoul, to Charlie, who is presumably her nephew. The correspondence details how to make cheese.
Correspondence sent by "Henry," of Naples. The correspondence was addressed to a brother.
Correspondence sent from Thomas Beard to Edward Collins. Beard calls Collins "Brother"; however, the term was probably not used in a literal sense.
Correspondence from "Jepel" (the spelling is unclear) Loring. The recipient is Theodore Fisher of Newlington, Illinois. The correspondence is dated, but the date is incomplete: May 10, 184-.
Correspondence sent from "Mattie" to her mother.
Letter sent to Minerva Collins of Beardstown, Illinois. The correspondence is dated May 19.
Correspondence sent by "E. C. and others." It is addressed to Edward Collins of Folly Crops Road, Chester, Hamden County, Massachusetts.
Letter sent to Theodore Fisher in Stenbinville, Ohio. The sender is Fisher's sister.
Series contains genealogies and financial statements, receipts, and records from the Collins, Beard, Weaver, Fisher, and Burton families. The records and papers date from 1839 to 1894, with no apparent chronological system or order. The financial records appear to consist mostly of receipts of specified purchases by certain members of the above named families. The name of the store or merchant is also made clear.
Family histories, together with genealogies, of the families of Beard, Collins, Weaver, Fisher, and Burton. There is no indication as to who compiled or wrote the histories and records.