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Frick Family Papers 1747-1960, MS. 2703
Frick Family Papers, 1747-1960
Maryland Historical Society
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Maryland Historical Society Library
201 West Monument Street
Baltimore MD 21201-4674
Frick Family Papers, 1747-1960
Maryland Historical Society
Baltimore MD 21201-4674
Scope and Content
The Frick Collection includes papers of socially prominent Baltimore and Washington, D.C. families, primarily from the mid-nineteenth to the early-twentieth century. The three main families are the Fricks, Poultneys, and Turnbulls, but scattered items from related Sloan, Carroll, Denison, Brown, Ramsay, and Spense families are here as well. The papers include correspondence, genealogies, accounts, land papers, diaries, travel diaries, and recipe books.
The collection is arranged alphabetically by originator (see attached container list), beginning with the association for the Relief of Southerners Report Book, 1866, kept by Fannie Frick (1840-1889). It details the efforts of Baltimore society women - along with male "auxilary managers" - to raise funds to provide material for the post-war South, primarily through a fair held at the Maryland Institute Hall.
Correspondence, diaries and travel journals, however, compose the bulk of the collection. Anne Elizabeth Swan Frick (1819-1880) sent numerous letters home to her children as she traveled throughout Europe. Anne "Nannie" Turnbull Frick's (1857-1933) incoming correspondence, 1878-1932, deals with the death of her aunt, Jane "Jeannie" Turnbull (1841-1912) and the disposition of her estate in Washington, D.C. as arranged with their brother William T. Frick (1855-) and the National Savings and Trust Co. of Washington. Outgoing correspondence, 1873-1889 from Charles Frick (1862-1901) includes letters to his family of boarding school life in Concord, New Hampshire; later letters discuss ground rents and property improvements.
More extensive are the letters and diaries of Elizabeth Power Frick (born c. 1860). Authors and subjects of incoming letters include her brother Charles in Connelsville, PA. on (railroad?) construction and its dangers; George A. Lucas in Paris on artists and a miniature portrait commissioned by EPF; 1902 illustrated letters from her aunt Elizabeth Ann Frick (1810-1857) on her Bavarian travels; 1909 letter from Maryland portrait painter Harper Pennington (c. 1855-1920) asking for a good laundress; 1912-1913 letters concerning the estate of her aunt Jane Turnbull; and letters dated 1917-1919 from a Russian emigre in London detailing the "horrible times" in her native country, and on American participation in World War I. Less informative are her travel diaries, which give short descriptions of sites in Monte Carlo, Paris, and the Vatican (1910); Scotland and northern England (1914); and Spain, Italy, and France (n.d.).
Frank Frick's (1828-) correspondence and accounts, 1875-1889, concern business with C. Morton Stewart and his property on Park Avenue. His wife, Fannie (1840-1889) was the daughter of a German immigrant merchant, Gustav Lurman.
George P. Frick's (1825-1885) early correspondence includes a letter from George A. Lucas on life at West Point; one from Edmund Rogers on a satiric song in the American Whig about GPF's father; and a letter to Reverdy Johnson in Heidelberg (1843). Later correspondence concerns family members and financial accounts. An 1847-1855 account book lists his living expenses; numerous receipts show payment for ground rent, mortgages, life insurance, stocks and taxes. Estate papers, 1885-1890, deal with Park Avenue and Bolton Hill properties; business papers 1969-1879 concern his dry goods commissions firm; and 1872-1885 patents illustrate streetcar improvements. His 1864-1865 travel diary of Mexico is illustrated with sketches of French and Mexican troops, and includes talk of home, religion and dreams.
The account book, 1818-1837, for John Frick's (1736-1818) estate includes accounts for the estates of John Frick, C. Valotte, George Smith and John Shrine. It also lists business interests including those of the firm Frick and Smith.
Incoming correspondence, 1864-1903, of Katherine Turnbull Frick (c. 1830-1893) relates news of friends, fashions and morals from such as Harper Pennington ("I live in rage") and sculptor William Rinehart in Rome. Outgoing correspondence includes letters of deed of estate in case of her death; receipts and legal papers concern real estate. Her 1871 travel diary describes a trip to Germany, and a 1872 diary tells of family and social activities in Baltimore.
Leslie Frick (fl. 1955-1961) gained fame as an opera performer and manager. Her contribution is an essay, "An Historic Fan," which describes a Spanish prisoner of war living with her ancestors in Annapolis following war with Spain.
Mary Lindsay Frick (1821-1882) has incoming correspondence from her mother and her brother James on family, social events, and a vacation to Upper New York State. A record of her 1866-1881 accounts with George P. Frick documents her living expenses.
Her mother, Mary Sloan Frick (1796-1866; a daughter of Baltimore Mayor James Sloan), also discusses family events; one letter from Boston details concern on the sectional crisis and suggests solutions. Diaries from 1857-1858 and 1860 reveal her thoughts on motherhood, widowhood, death, her daughter's childbirth, and her son Charles' death. Her scrap-book continues her mourning for his death as well as the death of her husband William, son, daughter, and son-in-law. This includes notes from her son-in-law, Dr. William Power, on his own funeral arrangements.
The family "patriarch," William Frick (1790-1855), was born in Baltimore and educated at the Moravian College in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. He studied law in the office of General Winder and was also a published poet, state senator, Collector of the Port of Baltimore, city court judge, and an associate judge of the Court of Appeals. In 1851 he was elected as the first judge of Superior Court of Baltimore City. His papers, unfortunately, are not fully representative of his career. They include: lectures on Free Masons; an 1818-1836 account book of his fees as a lawyer; his will and estate papers, 1854-1883; and an opinion he delivered at a murder trial. Two scrapbooks c. 1820 and c. 155-1865 contain anecdotes, household hints, reminiscences, and poems. His translation of "Dr. Gall's System of Skull and Brain Doctrine" describes a theory on intellectual and personality development.
His grandson, William Turnbull Frick (born 1855), contributes letters, 1868-1869, largely from his father, his brother Charles, and his grandmother while William is away at school. His letters home begin while he is at boarding school in 1868 and continue through his 1872 school year in Switzerland.
Papers from the Poultney family are much less complete, consisting largely of recipes and poems. The domestic life of Susan Carroll Poultney is shown in her three recipe and pattern books that give instruction for a dressing saque, worsted shoes, and crocheted items, c. 1850, 1852, and 1888. Her husband Thomas was a prolific poet who wrote under the name "Rabbi Ben Tomi." Four manuscript volumes of his poetry and prose, 1864-1886, are included in this collection.
The relation of the Spense family of Washington to the rest of the collection is unknown, but they do contribute some interesting letters. One to Keith Spence from Stephen Decatur, 1864, describes a battle against the Turks at Tripoli. Letters, 1825, to Keith's son Robert from Charles Stewart and "D.T." (Charles Stewart's wife?) concern Stewart's courtmartial trial and Robert's efforts to influence it. Several naval commissions, 1801-1815, are located in "oversize."
Jane ("Jeannie") Graham Turnbull (1841-1912), also of a prominent Washington family, received numerous invitations to the White House and and embassies for receptions and dances, 1870-1912. She also was an officer for the Louise Home in New York City, serving as president at the time of her death.
The last significant correspondence is that of Jane's brother, William Ramsay Turnbull III, also of Washington, D.C. His mother, Jane Graham Turnbull (1806-1883) wrote him numerous undated letters c. 1847-1860 on her husband's military career; money shortages; vacations; and hopes of a North-South compromise and her sentiments for either side. Letters from his father, William (b. 1800), apparently an army engineer who fought in the Mexican War, describes action he was involved in and comments on Santa Anna's leadership. 1850-1863 correspondence from WRT's brother, Charles (1833-1885) expresses Charles' hope of entering West Point through contacts with General Scott and President Fillmore; problems at school; his course of study and life at West Point, 1854; and the transfer of family remains to a family lot, 1858. After 1858 he also writes of Washington politics; Know-Nothings and American Party "outrages" in Baltimore and camp life at Fort Gratiot. He also discusses harsh feelings from Northerners while in 1861 Boston - he is pro-Union yet finds many of their opinions "wicked." Baltimore, he notes, hated Massachusetts soldiers in particular. Charles has many opinions about the course of war while in 1862 St. Louis - he supports McClellan, for example, but thinks Meigs "A damned fool." He is also critical of the dangers of train travel.
William's sister Jane wrote often between 1891 and 1896, expressing sorrow on the death of WRT's wife; and tells of an interview with President Grant and his wife ("they say she has great influence") on proceedings against "Jim," who may have been a brother (A letter from "Jim" to Jane G. Turnbull describes Civil War camp life near Falmouth, Virginia in January, 1863).
Outgoing correspondence is scattered. WRT mentions poor relations in Baltimore (1850); Washington gossip (1851-1852); work on a Louisville canal and Susquehanna bridge (1852); and his work - probably as a surveyor - in Oswego, New York and Washington, D.C.
Extensive land papers are available for the Frick family, William Turnbull Frick, Dr. George P. Frick, Katherine T. Frick, and Matthew Brown. The Frick family papers primarily concern sales, mortgages, and the lease of their Baltimore and Charles Street property in Baltimore City from 1805 to 1886. Also included is material on their land in the Bolton Hill area of Baltimore; a list of leaseholds c. 1880s; an account book 1885-1888 and 1897 that lists family properties; deeds and a lease for property at Park Ave. and McMechen Street; land plats are here and in oversize. Accounts, receipts, correspondence, and insurance papers concern a Baltimore Street warehouse 1876-1886, particularly after a fire. Frick family land bought at, built on, and leased out in Bolton Street, Park Avenue, and other Bolton Hill locations is detailed in the Frick land papers of George P., 1875-1887; Katherine T., 1886-1888; and William T., 1883.
Peter Frick's land papers, 1763-1812, begin with a request to Baltimore Town Commissioners to build a warehouse in 1763. Further papers deal with the sale and mortgage of a Gay Street property in Baltimore.
Land papers of Matthew Brown, 1747-1823, involve land at "The Hope," "New Bremen," and "Brooke Garden" in Frederick County, Maryland.
Genealogical notes and charts on the Carroll, Denison, Frick, Poultney, Ramsay, Sloan, and Wilson families complete the Frick Family Papers.
Address Book, c. 1895
W.F. Anderson [For William Power?] - Report on Remittent Fever, 1844
Association For The Relief Of Southern Sufferers - [Mrs. Frank Frick] - Report Book, 1866
James Carroll of Charles - Inventory, c. 1895
Carroll Family Genealogy, n.d.
Bontie Denison - Correspondence, c. 1885
- Announcement of Engagement, 1889
- Receipts, 1889
Denison Family Genealogy, n.d.
Achsah Frick - Incoming Correspondence, 1867
Ann Elizabeth Swan Frick
Anne Turnbull Frick ["Nannie"] - Incoming Correspondence, 1878-1932
- Incoming Correspondence, 1912-1913 (from William Frick)
- Incoming Correspondence, n.d.
Catherine Ussher Frick - Receipts, 1945
- Incoming Correspondence, 1954; 1970
Charles Frick - Outgoing Correspondence, 1873-1877
- Outgoing Correspondence, 1887-1889
- Incoming Correspondence, 1887-1888
- Receipts, 1887-1888
- Railway Pass, 1889
- School Composition, c. 1870
Elizabeth Ann Frick - Miscellaneous Items, 1884-1885
Elizabeth B. Frick -- Incoming Correspondence, 1884-1885
Incoming Correspondence, 1902
Incoming Correspondence, 1909
Incoming Correspondence, 1912-1913
Incoming Correspondence, c. 1912-1913
Incoming Correspondence, 1917-1919
Outgoing Correspondence, n.d.
Travel Diary, 1910
Travel Diary, 1912
Travel Diary, 1914
Misc. Recipes/Notes, n.d.
Frank Frick - "Antiquities of America," 1845
- Excerpts from Travel Diary, 1860-1907
- Incoming Correspondence, 1885-1889; n.d.
- Outgoing Correspondence (handwritten copies), 1875; 1889
- (w/George P. Frick) - Account, 1876-1878
- (w/C.Morton Stewart) - Account, 1884
- (w/Kate T. Frick) - Account, 1888
- (w/Wm. F. Frick) - Insurance Policy, 1880
- Receipts, 1883
Frederick Frick - Incoming Correspondence, 1951
George P. Frick - School Papers (St. Mary's College), 1840-1843
- Incoming Correspondence, 1844-1868
- Incoming Correspondence, 1870-1877
- Incoming Correspondence, 1881-1885
- Outgoing Correspondence, 1843-1860
- Account Book, 1847-1855
- Statement of Accounts, c. 1884
- Receipts, 1851-1868
- Tax Receipts, 1871-1879
- Lease, 1844
- Estate Papers re: Bequest Home of Friendless, 1871
- Estate Papers, 1885-1890
- Deed (Baltimore and Charles Sts.), 1875
- Business Papers, 1869-1879
- Patents, 1872-1885
- Travel Diary, 1864-1865
- Travel Documents, 1851; 1865
- Passport /Travel Visa, 1865
- Miscellaneous Notes and Poems, 1844; 1874; n.d.
James Sloan Frick - Parolee's Pass, 1865
James Swan Frick - Account, 1874-1876
- Auditor's Report for Frick v. Frick, n.d.
John Frick-(Estate of) - Account Book, 1818-1837
Katherine Graham Frick - Incoming Correspondence, 1913
Katherine Turnbull Frick - Outgoing Correspondence, n.d.
- Incoming Correspondence, 1864-1903; n.d.
- Travel Diaries, 1858-1859
- Travel Diary, 1871
- Diary, 1872
- Certificate of Confirmation, 1860
- Receipts, 1886-1905
- Receipts (ground rent), 1881-1892
- Receipts (tax), 1890-1899
- Legal Papers - Central Savings Bank v. Frick, 1896
- Legal Papers - Frick v. Kremelberg, 1887-1888
- Agreement re: Leases on Park Ave. Property, 1891
- Property Account, 1886-1896
- Poem, "A View of Beaux and Belles of Baltimore," n.d.
- List of Books Contained in Library, n.d.
Leslie Frick - "An Historic Fan," n.d.
Mary Denison Frick - Incoming Correspondence, 1919
- Will, 1922; 1937
- Estate Papers, 1941
Mary Lindsey Frick - Incoming Correspondence, 1838-1844
- Incoming Correspondence, 1845-1855
- Incoming Correspondence, n.d.
- Outgoing Correspondence, 1867
- Accounts (w/George Frick), 1866-1881
- Passports, 1866; 1871
- Receipt, 1879
- (estate of) Receipts, 1882-1885
Mary Sloan Frick - Incoming Correspondence, 1837-1862
- Scrapbook, c. 1855-1860; 1897
- Diary, 1857-1858
- Commonplace Book of Civil War Poems, c. 1861-1866
- Notebook of Anniversaries, n.d.
- Notes, n.d.
- Dried Leaves Collection, 1842-1858
- Dried Leaves Collection, n.d.
Peter Frick - Receipts, 1800-1812
- Account, 1807
- Will (abstract), n.d.
Robert Denison Frick - Notebook, c. 1905
- Notebook (MD Field Artillery), c. 1918
- Certificate of Appointment as Second Lt., 1918
- Certificate of U.S. Army Discharge / Military Record (photostats), 1918-1919
- Certificate of U.S. Army Discharge, 1919
- Bills and Receipts, 1919; 1948
- Incoming Correspondence, 1921-1948
- Appointment to Draft Board, 1944
- Gas Rationing Record, 1945
- Program, 1946
- Miscellaneous, c. 1918; 1948, n.d.
Susan Carroll Poultney Frick - Will and Estate Papers, 1934-1938
William Frick - Pocket Account Book, c. 1812
- "Discourse of the Origin of Free Masonry," 1813-1814
- Account Book, 1818-1836
- Receipts (removed from account book) 1819-1830
- Scrapbooks, c. 1820
- Memo re: Alley off of Market St., c. 1831
- Will and Estate Papers, 1854-1855
- Scrapbook, c. 1855-1865
- (Estate of) - Tax Receipts, 1873-1885
- Notes on "Dr. Gall's System of Skull and Brain Doctrine," n.d.
- Opinion Delivered at Murder Trial, N.D.
William Frick, Jr. - Receipts (tax), 1875-1891
William Frederick Frick - Scrapbook, C. 1839-1842
- Receipts (tax), 1869-1879
- Outgoing Correspondence, 1882
- Receipt, 1885
William Turnbull Frick - Incoming Correspondence, 1868-1869; 1912
- Incoming Correspondence, c. 1868-1869
- Outgoing Correspondence, 1866-1888
- Outgoing Correspondence, n.d.
- Articles of Agreement re: Wilson/Grundy Sts., 1857
- Report Card & School Pamphlet, 1872
- Letter of Recommendation/Progress, 1872
- Drawings, n.d.
Frick Family Genealogy, n.d. (from Box 2)
Frick Family Land Papers - Benjamin Comegys, et al, to James Calhoun, Jr., 4 Sept. 1805
- James Calhoun, Jr. to John Frick, 22 July 1811
- George C. Smith, et al, to William & George Frick, 1 May 1819
- Matthew Brown to William & George Frick, 9 June 1819
- Frank & Fanny Frick to Achsah C. Frick, 25 Jan. 1868
- Achsah C. Frick to Frank Frick, 25 January 1868
- St. John's Ind. Meth. Prot. Church to Wm. Frick, et al, 1 May 1873
- William F. Frick, et al, to George R. Gaither, 1 May 1873
- George R. Gaither to William Frick, et al., 1 May 1873
- Achsah C. Frick to Frank Frick, 8 May 1876
- Frank Frick to Mary L. Frick, 1 April 1878
- James S. Frick to Charles Morton Stewart, 13 April 1878
- Thomas H. Gaither to William F. Frick, et al., 14 May 1880
- George P. Frick, et al. to Charles Morton Stewart, 1 September 1883 and 1 Mar., 1881
- Charles Morton Stewart to Kate Frick, et al., 12 March 1886
- Baltimore Street Warehouse-Accounts, 1876-1886
- George P. Frick, et al. to Weisen Feld & Company, 1880-1881
- Baltimore Street Warehouse-Receipts 1881
- Baltimore Street Warehouse-Receipts 1881
- Baltimore Street Warehouse-Receipts 1882
- Baltimore Street Warehouse-Receipts 1883
- Baltimore Street Warehouse-Receipts 1884
- Baltimore Street Warehouse-Receipts 1885
- Baltimore Street Warehouse-Receipts 1886
- Baltimore Street Warehouse-Correspondence 1883-1886
- Miscellaneous Papers re: Warehouse Fire, 1885
- M&M Insurance Co. to William Frick, et al., 28 June 1869
- George R. Gaither to Wm. F. Frick, et al. 8 August 1872
- Thomas H. Gaither to Wm. F. Frick, et al. 1 July 1876
- Thomas H. Gaither to Wm. F. Frick, et al. 14 May 1888
- William F. Frick, et al. to George P. Frick, 28 June 1881
- George P. Frick to Wm. F. Frick, et al. 29 June 1881
- Thomas H. Gaither to Wm. F. Frick, 22 July 1882
- Thomas B. Gaither to George P. Frick, et al. 27 June 1883
- William F. Frick, et al. to George P. Frick, 14 July 1883
- Thomas H. Gaither to George P. Frick, 2 August 1883
- William T. Dickinson, et al. to George P. Frick, 6 August 1883
- Pot Springs Property, Baltimore Co., 1820-1870
- List of Leaseholds, c. 1880's
- Plat of Bolton Street, c. 1885
- Account book, 1885-1888; 1897
Peter Frick Land Papers - Thomas Harrison to William Lyon, et al., 4 June 1763
- James Stirling to John Bauder, 27 April, 1787
- Nicholas Slueby to John Hacket, 11 March 1795
- John Hacket to Samuel and John Span, 9 May 1797
- Daniel Grant to Sarah Weisenthall, 22 May 1804
- Samuel Moale (trustee John Hacket) to Sarah Weisenthal, 3 Sept. 1804
- George Grundy (Attny. Sam'l Span) to Peter Frick, 27 April 1807
- Sarah Weisenthal to Peter Frick, 31 May 1805
- Sarah Weisenthal to _____, May-June 1805
- Samuel Span to George Grundy, 11 Feb. 1807
- George Grundy and George Crosdale to Peter Frick, June 1807
- Samuel Span to George Grundy; John Hacke, 21 Sept. 1807
- Margaret Boulder to Jacob Meyers, 28 Nov. 1807
- Samuel Span to Peter Frick, 9 Oct. 1809
- Jacob Myer to Peter Frick, 10 March 1812
Matthew Brown Land Papers - Richard Bennett to John and Mary Darnall, 18 April 1747
- Richard Bennett to John and Mary Darnall, 12 Dec. 1747
- John Darnall to Henry Darnall, Jr. 20 April 1776
- John F. Amelung and James Labes to Henry Darnall, 1 July 1793
- Samuel Moale to Matthew Brown, Peter Frick, 7 July 1805
- Misc. involving Matthew Brown, Peter Frick, et al., c. 1810's
- Matthew Brown to Peter Frick, 16 Oct. 1815
- Arthur Schaat, et al. to George Buckley, 21 Oct. 1815
- Francis S. Key and R.B. Taney to John Simmons, 27 May 1818
- Matthew Brown to Peter Frick and George Smith, 9 Dec. 1823
William Turnbull Frick Land Papers - Alex. Randall to John D. Kremelberg, 21 April 1869.
- William T. Frick to J. Frederick Kremelberg, et al., 9 May 1883
Dr. George Frick Land Papers - George Frick to Edwin S. Tarr, n.d.
George P. Frick Land Papers - William T. Frick to George P. Frick, 27 Jan. 1875
- William J. Dickenson, et al. to George P. Frick, 20 Jan. 1883
- Marcella Mactavish to George P. Frick, 20 Jan. 1883
- Park Ave. Building Contract, c. 1875-1885
- Bolton St. Building Contract, c. 1880
- Covenant re: Park Ave. Property, 28 Dec. 1877
- George P. Frick to Rodney B. Smith, 10 Feb. 1877
- J. Swan Frick, trustee to George P. Frick, 2 Feb. and 1 July 1877
- Douglass H. Gordon to George P. Frick, 28 Jan. 1878
- George P. Frick to Sarah A. Flint, 22 April 1882
- Sarah A. Flint to George P. Frick, 25 June 1883
- George P. Frick to Frances L. Lürman, 29 March 1884
- Frances L. Lürman to George P. Frick, 1 April 1884
- Gustav W. Lürman to Theodor G. Lürman, 2 March 1887
- Frank Frick to Theodor [Lürman], 10 April 1887
- Theodor G. Lürman to Fanny L. Frick, et al., 16 April 1887
- Kate T. Frick to Fanny L. Frick, et al., 28 April 1887
Katherine T. Frick Land Papers - Ann P. Marshall to Kate T. Frick, 1886-1888
- Kate T. Frick to Andrew Reinhart, 1889-1890
- William A. Gordon to Kate T. Frick, 13 June 1888
Frick Family - Accounts (Misc.) 1880-1888; n.d.
- Miscellaneous Notes and Correspondence, 1865; 1887; n.d.
- Genealogy, n.d.
- Genealogy, n.d.
Jane Graham - Estate Papers, 1813;1815
John Pleasants - Outgoing Correspondence, c. 1875
Evan Poultney - Membership Notices and Receipts, 1871-1874; n.d.
Susan Carroll Poultney - Recipe and Crochet Book, c. 1850
- Recipe Book, 1852; n.d.
- Pattern and Worsted Shoes Instructions, 1888
Thomas Poultney (Pen name Rabbi Ben Tomi) - Incoming Correspondence & Misc. Notes, 1878-1885
- Poetry and Prose, 1864-1876
- Poetry and Prose, n.d.
- Book of Poetry, 1845-1878
- Book of Poetry and Prose, 1878-1886
Poultney Family Genealogy, n.d.
[William Power?] - Commonplace book/Medical Notebook 1841-1842
Presidential Letters (copies), 1799; 1861; 1907
Mary Ramsay - Incoming Correspondence, n.d.
Ramsay Family Papers (copies), 1794-1907; n.d.
Ramsay Family Genealogy (by A. Trumbull), n.d.
- Receipts - Miscellaneous, 1860-1884
- Miscellaneous Recipes and Notes, 19th century
- Recipes, c. 1920
Nannie Roland - Recipe, Sewing, and Craft book, 1884
Charles Shippen - Will (copy), 1905
Sloan Family Genealogy, n.d.
Keith Spence - Incoming Correspondence, 1804
Robert T. Spence - Commission, 15 May 1801
- Incoming Correspondence, 1825
Ann Elizabeth Swan (Frick) - "Dedicated to Miss Swan" (poem) 1845
Jane Tunis - Receipt Book, 1823
Archibald Turnbull - Incoming Correspondence, 1931-1933; n.d.
Charles Turnbull - Resolutions Relative to his Death, 1874
Helen Stone Turnbull - Incoming Correspondence, c. 1850's
Jane ("Jeannie") Graham Turnbull - Incoming Correspondence, 1863
- Notes and Receipts, 1862-1875
- Incoming Correspondence, 1885; 1912
- Invitations, 1870-1912; n.d.
- Recipe book, 1874
- Recipes, c. 1874-1902
- Newsclippings (Recipes) c. 1874-1902
- Legal Document (1893)
- "To the Memory of Miss Jane Turnbull," 1912
John G. Turnbull - Membership Certificate, 1879
Kate Turnbull (Frick) - Incoming Correspondence, 1854
Margaret Turnbull - Incoming Correspondence, 1913
William Turnbull III - Incoming Correspondence (from Mother), c. 1847-1860
- Incoming Correspondence (from Father), 1846-1857
- Incoming Correspondence (from Brother Charles), 1850-1863
- Incoming Correspondence (from Sister Jane), 1891-1896 n.d.
- Incoming Correspondence (from Sister Kate), 1891-1892
- Incoming Correspondence (Misc.), 1891; 1912-1913
- Outgoing Correspondence (to William Swift), 1839-1856; n.d.
Turnbull, _____ - Recipe book, n.d.
Turnbull Family - Misc. Recipes and Notes; n.d.
F[rederick?] Ussher - Autograph Book, 1873-1885
Mr./Mrs. Frederick B. Ussher - Incoming Correspondence (re. daughter's wedding), 1931
- Misc. Papers (re. daughter's wedding), c. 1931-1932
- Receipts (for daughter's wedding), 1931-1932
Miscellaneous Correspondence - Facsimilies, 1779; 1860; 1882
Miscellaneous Genealogical Notes, n.d.
Miscellaneous Notes and Clippings, 1819-1960
Newspaper Clippings, c. 1800-1960
- Bolton Hill Land Plats, n.d.
- Genealogy Charts, Miller and Frick Families, n.d.
- Certificates on the Death of George P. Frick, 1885
- Certificate on Marriage of Evan Poultney and Jane Tunis, 1823
- Certificates of Academic Achievement of Evan and Thomas Poultney
- Certificate of Selective Service, R. Denison Frick, n.d.
- Military Commissions, Robert T. Spence:
17 February 1807 Lieutenant, Navy
24 July 1813 Master Commandant, Navy
28 February 1815 Captain, Navy
Indenture, Charles Carroll of Annapolis to John Paca, 23 Sept. 1741.