BCLM Works on Paper, Legal, Boxes 37-39

BCLM Works on Paper, Legal, Boxes 37-39

Box 37

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

Asia Sleeper Booth to Janey Anderson

ca. 1800s

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MD2741.1

Contains forty-six letters (typed copies) from Asia Sleeper Booth (sister of John Wilkes Booth) to Janey (Jean) Anderson, the first one dated about 1852 and the last December 6, 1874. See also MD2741.2 and ML518.1-5.

Copies and Correspondence of Asia Sleeper Booth

ca. 1800s

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MD2741.2

Contains two copies of correspondence from March 1935 presenting the Museum of the City of Baltimore (James Macgill, Director) with the above typewritten letters. They were given by W.A. Sherwood, son of Jean Anderson. This folder also contains copies of the envelopes Booth's letters were received in. See also MD2741.1 and ML518.1-5.

Asia Sleeper Booth to Janey Anderson

ca. 1800s

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ML518.1

Contains the original letters from Asian Sleeper Booth (sister of John Wilkes Booth) to Janey (Jean) Anderson, ca. 1852-1874.

Asia Sleeper Booth to Janey Anderson

ca. 1800s

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ML518.2

Contains the original letters from Asian Sleeper Booth (sister of John Wilkes Booth) to Janey (Jean) Anderson, ca. 1852-1874.

Asia Sleeper Booth to Janey Anderson

ca. 1800s

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ML518.3

Contains the original letters from Asian Sleeper Booth (sister of John Wilkes Booth) to Janey (Jean) Anderson, ca. 1852-1874.

Asia Sleeper Booth to Janey Anderson

ca. 1800s

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ML518.4

Contains the original letters from Asian Sleeper Booth (sister of John Wilkes Booth) to Janey (Jean) Anderson, ca. 1852-1874.

Asia Sleeper Booth to Janey Anderson

ca. 1800s

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ML518.5

Contains the original letters from Asian Sleeper Booth (sister of John Wilkes Booth) to Janey (Jean) Anderson, ca. 1852-1874.

Preamble and Resolutions

June 1886

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ML2399.3

Document written by one J.J. G. and entitled "Preamble & Resolutions" presumably presented at the Republican Convention in June of 1886. The document discusses the violation of the Declaration of the Rights of the Freemen of Maryland and the delegates' duty to fix the issues.

Receipt of Captain Rubin Etting

December 31, 1777

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CL121A

Receipt of Captain Rubin Etting for the purchase of four and a half yards of material "for the drum of the Band" from a Clement Waltham.

Receipt of the Mayor and City Council

March 6, 1800

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CL121B

Receipt of the Mayor and City Council for the purchase of eight wooden standards from William Moore.

Receipt of J. Fisher (?)

November 29, 17??

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CL121C

Receipt of a Mr. J. Fisher (?). Document is rather illegible.

Receipt of Mr. Mosher

December 30, 1799

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CL121D

Receipt of a Mr. Mosher for the purchase of material from Thomas Hamilton & Co.

Receipt of Captain Rubin Etting

no date

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CL121E

Receipt of Captain Etting for the purchase of crape and lining from Elling and Kennedy.

Two Baltimore Receipts

no date

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CL121F

Two receipts: First receipt belonged to a Mr. Otterbine Church from the Record of the Register of the City of Baltimore. The second receipt belonged to a Captain William Fador (?) from Elling and Kennedy.

Receipt of Mr. Paul Beutalo (?)

no date

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CL121G

Receipt of Mr. Paul Beutalo (?) for the purchase of material from Elling and Kennedy.

Receipts for George Washington's Funeral

ca. 1799

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CL121H

Five varying receipts: The first is from the Mayor and City Council to William Thompson for the "toling the Bell of St Pauls Church for the funeral prosession of George Washington Esq." [sic] (January 2, 1800). The second is from the Mayor and City Council to High Seat for "toling the bell of the Pryspeteryan Church for the funeral Possion of George Washington Esq." [sic] (January 1, 1800). The third is from Richard Moule (?) to Elling and Kennedy for materials purchased for the funeral. The fourth receipt is from Captain James Thirm (?) to L. Chester Sr. for the making of ? for George Washington's funeral. The final receipt from James Calhoun to Samuel Cambell for the purchase of black cloth, signed by John C. Richard (December 30, 1799).

Receipt of James Calhoun Esquire

December 31, 1799

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CL121I

Receipt of James Calhoun for the purchase of materials from Sam Walker.

27th Regiment Expenses

January 1, 1800

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CL121J

Receipt listing the "Expences Incurred by the 27th Regiment on Wednesday Jan 1st. 1800." Signed by Robert Taylor.

John Livingston to John J. Graves

July 1, 1853

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ML2399.4

Letter from John Livingston in New York to John J. Graves discussing the success of his biographical works.

George Bann (?) to John J. Graves

January 30, 1853

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ML2399.5

Letter from George Bann (?) in Boston to John J. Graves discussing letters to Caecilius Calvert, Phillip Sharpe and Carmichael. It also briefly discusses the papers of William Blake.

Box 38

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

Rembrandt Peale to Mr. Davis

no date

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ML4176

Xeroxed copy of short letter from Rembrandt Peale to a Mr. Davis regarding the procurement of M'Munn's Elixir and Swain's Panacea. Original letter located in Famous Persons File.

Rembrandt Peale to Brother

May 15, 1828

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ML2658

Xeroxed copy of letter from Rembrandt Peale to his brother discussing a Dr. Coffin, Peale's return from New Bedford and he and his family's anticipation for summertime. Original letter located in Famous Persons File.

Rembrandt Peale to Titian Peale

April 13, 1833

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ML3056

Xeroxed copy of letter from Rembrandt Peale in London to Titian Peale in Philadelphia discussing his visit to the Museum of Liverpool. Original letter located in Famous Persons File.

Rembrandt Peale Autograph

May 1860

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CL146

Xeroxed copy of Rembrandt Peale's autograph, signed "Respectfully Yours, Rembrandt Peale." Original located in Famous Persons File.

Gas Light Company of Baltimroe

1867/1871

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MD3420

Two payment receipts made to the Gas Light Company of Baltimore, one dated June 20, 1867 (paid by C.N. Davis) and the other dated May 20, 1871 (paid by Meth Ephis Church [sic]).

A. LeDeukris Seety (?) to Thomas S. Alexander

January 7, 1837

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ML3385

Letter from A.L.S. to Thomas S. Alexander regarding pricing and receipts.

Baltimore Fire Insurance Company

1836-1844

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MD3384

Seven renewal receipts for the Baltimore Fire Insurance Company paid by Thomas S. Alexander.

William Shipley Jr. to William Scott

April 22, 1813

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ML3230

Indenture discussing the lease of land between William Shipley Jr. and Levi Peirce made for Baltimore County Land Records.

Quartermaster Office to G.J. Mitchell

February 9, 1865

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ML3224

Letter from the Quartermaster General's Office in Washington City to Lieutenant G. J. Mitchell regarding his property account.

George J. Mitchell First Lieutenant

January 1, 1862

certificate

ML3223

Certificate appointing George J. Mitchell of Kent County to First Lieutenant of Company F, 2nd Regiment Eastern Shore House Guards Maryland Volunteers.

George J. Mitchell Discharge Form

January 3, 1865

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ML3222

Form discharging George J. Mitchell from military service to the United States. Form was given at Harper's Ferry, Virginia.

A. Garmerelo Gibbins (?) to Mrs. Harry White

1907

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ML777

Two letters from A. Garmerelo Gibbins (?) to Mrs. Harry White. One dated April 4, 1907 discussing the two skeletons discovered by Charles Wilson Peale. The second is dated November 2, 1907 discussing a picture Mrs. White had loaned to Gibbins.

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company

June 17, 1829

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ML3881

Letter from the Board of Engineers to the President and Directors of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company notifying them that they have decided on the location of the railroad in Baltimore.

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company to Mayor and City Council of Baltimore

August 3, 1829

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ML3880

Letter from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore enclosing the previous letter from the Board of Engineers.

Charity Organization Society

1888-1890

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MD789

Folder contains multiple documents relating to the Charity Organization Society of Baltimore City including short letters, the fourth annual report, and statements for four families (Matthew G. and Mary Hunter, Gotlieb and Kate Schmidt, Mary Hansin, and Howard Williams.)

L.B. Sheppard to Abraham Lincoln

October 31, 1863

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ML3221

Xeroxed copy of letter from L.B. Sheppard from the Office of the Regiment in Harper's Ferry, Virginia to President Abraham Lincoln informing him that all Maryland Troops in that division (2nd Brigade, 1st Division) had been ordered home to vote and that the 2nd Eastern Shore had been exempt, however they seek his permission to vote as well. A xeroxed copy of Lincoln's reply is also included, stating that Sheppard's request was being attended to by the Secretary of War, dated November 17, 1863. Originals in Famous Persons File.

Indian Queen Tavern

September 20, 1814

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MD3421

Bill to Lieutenant Bengey for lodging.

City and State Taxes

1843

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MD3647

One City Taxes receipt to a Frederick Waesche and one State Taxes receipt for the same.

Circuit Court for Howard County

November 6, 1867

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MD3789

Acknowledgement written and signed by B.F. Nichols regarding the pensions of the widow Elenora Watkins.

S. Down to Brother Collin

August 31, 1874

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MD3790

Letter from Sgt. (?) S. Downs to Brother Collin discussing money owed them. Also included is a receipt for the Treasury Department, Comptroller's Office in Annapolis for one thousand dollars signed by George Collin.

Stephen Hagan Discharge Form

May 23, 1865

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MD3791

Form discharging Private Stephen Hagan from military service to the United States. Form was given in Frederick, Maryland.

Correspondence of Theodore L. Bailey and W.H. Hunter Jr.

1955-1956

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ML4231

Contains multiple sheets of correspondence between Theodore L. Bailey and W.H. Hunter Jr. discussing the Barber Farm and the possible discovery of Mastodon bones by Charles Peale. Also contains small packet of photographs of Barber Farm taken by Hunter.

The Weems Steamboat Company

1867/1904

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ML4236

Contains four receipts paid to The Weems Steamboat Company. Three paid by A.J. Robinson (October and December 1904) and the other by J.J. Gray (February 13, 1904). A check dated November 26, 1867 is also included. Paid to Mr. J. Leonard, Comptroller by G.S. Griffith H.

Miscellaneous Receipts

1866-1902

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ML4237

Contains multiple receipts and checks to various Baltimore businesses including William Wales & Co., Evening Transcript, Sigel & Schnauffer, The Baltimore Gazette, Longnecks & Conner, State of Maryland Treasury, The Maryland Republican Steam Book and Job Printing Establishment, and the Wicomico News.

Floss Agreements

December 16, 1882

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MD4261

Indenture discussing the agreement between Edwin H. Trust and S.W. Floss & Co., regarding the rental of 318 West Baltimore Street. Also includes indenture between William Floss and Francis and Mary Monmonier.

Baltimore Academy of the Visitation

July 17, 1850

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MC5024

"1st Premium in the 1st Class of Spanish awarded to Miss Anna E. Moore."

Box 39

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

To The General Assembly of Maryland

December 8, 1796

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CL205

This is a document from Prince George's County to the General Assembly requesting PG county and Anne Arundel counties to be divided in order for the people to get their votes. 

Rubens Peale letter to Charles F. Mayer

March 31, 1833

Letter

ML5519

This letter was written by Rubens Peale to Charles Mayer Esq.

General Gates letter to General Washington

September 18, 1777

Letter

No Call Number

No call number assigned originally by BCLM.  This letter from General Gates to General Washington speaks about the casualties of war and his account of the war thus far

Resolution Requesting the General Assembly

January 17, 1876

Handwritten Document

No Call Number

No call number assigned originally by BCLM.  This document is requesting the General Assembly of Maryland to provide a new assessment of property in the city of Baltimore.  Approved on Jan 17, 1876 by Ferdinand Latrobe, Mayor.

Visitor's Register

1838

Journal

No Call Number

No call number assigned originally by BCLM.  This journal is a visitor's register but where they are visiting is unknown.  T

Historical Disquisiton on the Mammoth

1808

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MD5698

This book discusses the fossil remains of the Mammoth that were discovered in North America written by Rembrandt Peale.  A narrative of the discovery of the fossil found near New York, engravings and comparative description are included.

Guildhall Library

December 1, 1888

Certificate

CD213

This certificate is for the city council of Baltimore for the work given by Baltimore to be placed in the Guildhall Library

Letters regarding Ft. McHenry and 2 Men

1907

Letter

MD1891 (folder 1 of 7)

This folder contains letters regarding the maintaining of the military conditions (guns) at Fort McHenry.  Also the condition of Mr. Joseph Phillips who was a private in the Army and R. Howard Carlisle to be provided a job; both of these letters written to General Peter Leary, Jr. 

Letters regarding Ft. McHenry

1907

Letter

MD1891 (folder 2 of 7)

Confirmation of the guns and carriages to remain at Fort McHenry and the carriages be sold to the City of Baltimore for a total of $700.25.  In this folder are also letters from patron who gave money in order to help purchase the guns and carriages.

Guns from Fort Delaware to Fort McHenry

1907

Letter

MD1891 (folder 3 of 7)

Newspaper clippings and letters about the guns from Fort Delaware that were in the process of being sent to Fort McHenry.  The Baltimore Harbor Board used the Tug Baltimore at the request of General Leary to transport these guns.

Municipal Tablet at Fort McHenry

1907

Letter

MD1891 (folder 4 of 7)

Letters that detail the inscriptions to be placed on the municipal tablet where the guns, rifles or carriages will be mounted at Ft. McHenry and when the unveiling of this tablet will take place.  The agenda is included and the ceremony to unviel the commemorative tablets took place on October 16, 1907.

Letter regarding Guns and Carriages at Fort Montgomery

1907

Letter

MD1891 (folder 5 of 7)

The letters enclosed detail the donation of guns and purchase of the carriages from Fort Montgomery.  The funds were not there to purchase the carriages and the purchase could not be deferred but ultimately the guns were donated and carriages were purchased from the Fort in NY.

Guns and Carriages from Fort Montgomery

1908

Letter

MD1891 (folder 6 of 7)

The letters detail the transportation of the guns and carriages from Fort Montgomerty to Fort McHenry and General Leary's preservation program of Fort McHenry and the donations he received for it.

Donations for Preservation at Fort McHenry

1908

Letter

MD1891 (folder 7 of 7)

Letters from patrons who helped fund the preservation of the guns at Fort McHenry given to General Leary.

Indentured Servant Contract

1777

Contract

ML2589

Indentured servitude contract between Philip Litty and Yorl? Litty.

Thomas Everett

September 7, 1768

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CD2878

Document states that Thomas Everett late of Baltimore County, Planter body be hled before the Fuftices of the county court.

Resolution and Letter

1816?

Letter

ML4027

Resolution for William H. Watsone and letter that is hard to transcribe.

Notary Certificate

September 8, 1836

Certificate

MD5697

Certificate for James B. Latimer from John Mac Tavish, Esq.  Latimer becomes a Notary for the city of Baltimore

 

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