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Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Vault MSS 511 Series 15
Identifier: Vault MSS 511 Series 3 Sub-Series 1
Scope and Contents note Correspondence of Robert Walter Weir, dating from around 1830 to 1884 in West Point and Glasgow. The letter are primarily from James Walter Weir, brother William Henry Weir, and former drawing student at West Point. Also included is an envelope addressed to Professor and Mrs. Weir with newspaper articles concerning rare coins.
Identifier: Vault MSS 511 Series 7
Scope and Contents note Contains journals and scrapbooks of Susan Martha Bayard Weir dated from January 1, 1875 to November 17, 1892. The first year of the journal was kept while lived at West Point and the remainder while she lived in New York City and Garrison, New York. It is a detailed daily journal recounting family events, business, visits, correspondence, achievements and relationships, as well as the social and cultural activities in which she and other family members were involved.
Series — Box 5: Series 14; Series 15; Series 16; Series 17; Series 18 , Folder: 12
Identifier: Vault MSS 511 Series 17
Scope and Contents note Contains papers of the Weir family, dated from around 1914 to 1917, in New York and Yale College. The papers includes "The Yale Alumni Weekly, Commencement 1917," Julian Alden Weir sketches, and newspaper clippings.
Collection — Box 8: 
Identifier: Vault MSS 511
Scope and Contents Contains the papers of various members of the Weir family, including Robert Walter Weir (1803-1889), John F. Weir (1841-1926), and Julian Alden Weir (1852-1919). Contains correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, manuscripts, speeches, artwork, clippings, and published material relating to the family, dating from between 1765 to 1929. The bulk of the collection relates to Julian Alden Weir.
Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Vault MSS 511 Series 18
Identifier: Vault MSS 511 Series 10
Scope and Contents note Contains a riddle book belonging to William Bayard Weir, dated circa March 1878. Riddles are collected by famous authors on various subjects including scriptures and anagrams. The joke book was made by William's sister-in-law, Anna C. Weir and six envelopes contain loose papers found between pages of the book.