Leakin-Sioussat Papers, c.1650-c.1960, MS 1497

Leakin-Sioussat Papers, c.1650-c.1960


Maryland Historical Society
 

  

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Leakin-Sioussat Papers, c.1650-c.1960
Maryland Historical Society

Contact Information:
Manuscripts Department
Maryland Historical Society Library
201 West Monument Street
Baltimore MD 21201-4674
410.685.3750
Fax: 410.385.2105
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Descriptive Summary

Leakin-Sioussat Papers, ca1650--ca.1960

MS 1497

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674

 


Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of the papers of George Armistead Leakin (1818-1912), of his daughter Annie Leakin Sioussat (1849-1942), and of her son St. George Leakin Sioussat (1878-1960). Leakin's papers deal with his career as an Episcopal minister in Baltimore. Annie L. Sioussat was an historian, church woman, and reformer. Her papers deal with Maryland colonial history, the Woman's Auxiliary of the Protestant Episcopal Church, the Maryland State Federation of Women's Clubs, the Maryland Society of the Colonial Dames of America, and Civil Service reform. St. George L. Sioussat was an historian and chief of the Manuscript Division at the Library of Congress. His papers deal with his teaching career, work at the Library of Congress, and his association with the American Historical Association, the Mississippi Valley Historical Association and the American Philosophical Society.

The collection includes some papers concerning Sheppard C. Leakin (1790-1867), William Ridgely Leakin (1859-1912), the Dobbin and Hoxton families, and land in St. Mary's and Calvert counties in the 17th and 18th century.

The collection consists of 50 boxes and spans the period, 17th century-1960.

LEAKIN - SIOUSSAT PAPERS

George Armistead Leakin (1818-1912) was an Episcopal minister, ordained a deacon in 1843 and a priest in 1845. He was Rector of Trinity Church in Baltimore from 1845 until 1887 after which and until his death he did missionary work in public institutions such as the city jail. He also was associated with the Seamen's Mission and did missionary work among the immigrants who moved into the area around Trinity Church in the 1880s.

Leakin's papers (8 boxes) span the period 1826-1913. They largely pertain to his long ministry. There are about 200 manuscripts of sermons given between 1843 and 1903. Also included are notes he jotted down to be used in sermons or concerning his work. These notes are not well organized.

The collection contains about 500 pieces of Leakin's incoming correspondence. There is an interesting series of letters (1842-1845) of about 100 items from Leakin's classmates at the Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria which discuss their work at the seminary and after beginning their work in the church. Leakin's most extensive, extant correspondence is with the two Episcopal Bishops of Maryland under whom he served, William R. Whittingham and William Paret. Whittingham's letters from 1840s-1870s contain advice for Leakin as Rector of Trinity Church while the correspondence (1870-1904) with Paret concerns Leakin's missionary work in Baltimore public institutions.

Leakin's family correspondence is fairly detailed for the years he spent away at school, Princeton (1833-1835), and Virginia Theological Seminary (1842-43). There are letters from his mother, Margaret [Dobbin] Leakin, and correspondence (1844-1865) with his wife, Anna [Miller] Leakin, before their marriage while she was in Georgetown and he in Baltimore. Only a few letters exist after their marriage in 1846.

All of Leakin's incoming letters, including those from his family are filed alphabetically. Some of Leakin's outgoing letters, especially to his mother and wife, survived. These are filed after the incoming correspondence as are the few letters Margaret [Dobbin] Leakin and Anna [Miller] Leakin received from persons other than George A. Leakin.

A few of Leakin's diaries are in the collection covering the first year of his ministry (1842-1843) and his last years (1896-1906).

Annie Middleton Leakin Sioussat (1849-1942, nee Leakin; Mrs. Albert Willis Sioussat) was an historian, church woman, and reformer. Her papers (15 boxes) span the period 1864-1941 with the bulk of the material dating from 1900-1933. Her papers include correspondence, mss. writings, speeches, reports, and printed material and cover her interest in the Woman's Auxiliary of the Protestant Episcopal Church, the Maryland State Federation of Women's Clubs, the Maryland Society of the Colonial Dames of America, the Arundell Club, and Civil Service reform.

Mrs. Sioussat's correspondence is rich and complete containing substantive letters on the operation of the various organizations to which she belonged. The letters are

her incoming correspondence and are arranged chronologically. The occasional drafts of her replies that survived are also filed chronologically. The undated letters are filed at the end arranged alphabetically by writer.

Sioussat kept most letters concerning her work in the Protestant Episcopal Church in a separate file, but those letters relating the the Protestant Episcopal church in the general correspondence are letters (1920s-1930s) from Arthur B. Kinsolving, Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, and his wife Sally Bruce Kinsoliving, letters (1919-1933) from Alice T. Tiffany, Secretary of the Maryland Woman's Auxiliary of the Protestant Episcopal Church, letters (1911-1929) of Mary Elizabeth Beach, Secretary of the Church Missions Publishing Company in West Hartford, Connecticut, and letters (1892-1920) of Julia C. Emery, Executive Secretary of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Protestant Episcopal Church. The letters of Tiffany, Beach, and Emery in the general correspondence are more personal and detailed about the running of the Woman's Auxiliary than their more official letters to Sioussat in her Woman's Auxiliary papers.

The Maryland Society of the Colonial Dames is well represented in the general correspondence. Of particular interest are the letters (1910-1920) of Sioussat's close friend and Maryland Society President, Emilie McKim Reed, and letters (1910-1920) from Alice W. Garrett. Their letters discuss strategy and the operation of the Maryland Society.

During WWI Sioussat was connected with various war relief organizations and material on these is found in the correspondence for years 1914-1918. From 1918-1920s Sioussat was active in the Women's Department of the Civil Service Reform Association of Maryland. Her correspondence reflects that interest and includes about 30 letters (1910-1920)

from Charles J. Bonaparte discussing the civil service reform movement in Maryland.

In addition to her correspondence, Sioussat collected papers concerning the Woman's Auxiliary of the Protestant Episcopal Church, the Maryland State Federation of Women's Clubs, the Arundell Club, and the Maryland Society of the Colonial Dames of America. Sioussat was Maryland President of the Woman's Auxiliary for nearly 30 years until she resigned in 1930. In addition to the personal correspondence with other Woman's Auxiliary members mentioned above, Sioussat kept a separate file of more official Woman's Auxiliary correspondence spanning the period 1890-1933. There are also copies of miscellaneous speeches by Sioussat on the Woman's Auxiliary, reports on its work, especially missions, and printed material about the Woman's Auxiliary. These papers include some material on an affiliated organization, the Girls' Friendly Society of Maryland. In 1908 Sioussat was a delegate to the Pan-Anglican Congress in England, and a journal of her trip as well as some notes on the Maryland Episcopal delegation to the Jamestown Exposition are included.

The material in Sioussat's papers concerning the Maryland State Federation of Women's Clubs are not related to Mrs. Sioussat's work as an officer in 1921, but cover the period 1912-1916. These papers are incoming correspondence (directed to the Presidents, Elizabeth King Ellicott (d. 1914), Mrs. Edward C. Wilson, and Mrs. Francis Sanderson, and the replies of Executive Secretary, Eleanor M. Sloan). The correspondence reveals the activities of the Maryland State Federation especially its legislative lobbying for public health, scholarships for women college students, domestic education at the Maryland Agricultural College, and women's eligibility as school board members. There are also letters from women's clubs wanting to join the Federation and many include pamphlets explaining their clubs' activities. The

Federation papers also include the annual reports, 1914-1915 and 1915-1916 for about twenty of the Federation's member clubs activities.

There are also miscellaneous copies of the Federation's minutes, resolutions, and reports for the years 1912-1916. The Committee Reports deal with Baby Week 1916, conservation, immigration, and a registry for nurses.

Mrs. Sioussat was a member of the Arundell Club. This club originated in the 1890s as a reform organization, but by the 1930s it was largely concerned with providing a meeting place and lecture series for its members and renting its rooms to like-minded organizations. The Arundell Club papers in this collection do not relate directly to Mrs. Sioussat. They date largely from 1928-1933 and deal with building maintenance, room rentals, and the 1933 lecture series.

Mrs. Sioussat appears to have been most active in the Maryland Society of the Colonial Dames of America, and the papers of this organization deal with her activities. She was the historian for the Maryland Society, and there are many of her monthly reports (1909-1930s) on the Society's historical research and preservation activities. There are also some speeches by Colonial Dames and miscellaneous resolutions, minutes, and articles on Maryland history written by Colonial Dames. The collection includes five boxes of notes and notebooks on Maryland Colonial history and genealogy by Sioussat, presumably gathered for her work in the Colonial Dames including her two books, Old Baltimore (1931) and Old Manors in Colonial Maryland (1911). Some of the genealogical material was compiled by Sioussat's predecessor as historian of the Colonial Dames, Mary W. Griffith (Mrs. Monte Griffith).

The collection includes material concerning Sioussat's other interests including

the American Historical Association, the English Speaking Union, Civil Service Reform, and the Maryland Forestry Association.

The few personal papers in the collection are diaries (1866-1924, n.d. 16 vols.), reminiscences of her childhood, and some biographical material.

The papers of St. George Leakin Sioussat (1878-1960) relate to his career as historian and chief of the Manuscripts Division at the Library of Congress. The papers are largely his correspondence with some of his writings, speeches, and research notes.

Sioussat's correspondence is rich and detailed covering his work as a professor at the University of the South (1904-1911); Vanderbilt University (1911-1917), Brown University (1917-1920), and the University of Pennsylvania (1920-1938); his participation in the AHA; his presidency (1917) of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association; Editorship of the Tennessee Historical Magazine (1915-1917); his work as Chief of the Manuscripts Division at the Library of Congress (1938-1948); and his participation in the American Philosophical Society. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and copies of Sioussat's replies are filed with the incoming letters.

The earliest correspondence deals with his teaching career in the South and his editing of the Tennessee Historical Magazine. Material on this period are from the University of the South, Vanderbilt University, Stephen B. Weeks (U.S. Department of Education), Archibald Henderson (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) and

Philip Hamer. Material on his career at Brown University is found in the letters of the University's president, W.H.P. Faunce. The correspondence of E.P. Cheyney, Roy and Jeanette Nichols, Richard Shryock, Arthur P. Whitaker, and the University of Pennsylvania Faculty Research Council deal with Sioussat's years at the University of Pennsylvania.

Most of Sioussat's correspondence as Chief of the Manuscripts Division at the Library of Congress appears to have remained at the LC. The bulk of his LC material is carbon copies of his reports on the division (found in the Subject File).

There is much correspondence relating to Sioussat's activities outside of his professional duties. He took an active part in the American Historical Association from ca. 1908-1930s and this is revealed in his voluminous correspondence with J. Franklin Jameson and Waldo Gifford Leland. Also, in 1924, he was AHA Program Chairman, and there is much correspondence relating to soliciting and choosing papers. Sioussat also corresponded with historian Justin H. Smith, who was chairman of the AHA Historical Manuscripts Commission (1917-1923), but most of the extensive Smith-Sioussat correspondence is of a personal nature. In addition to the AHA, Sioussat was an active member of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association. He participated in its survey (1911) of the certification of history teachers, and there is correspondence about the survey from Andrew McLaughlin and Frederic L. Paxson. The letters of Evarts B. Greene and A.E. McKinley discuss methods of teaching history in general. Papers relating to Sioussat's presidency (1917) of the MVHA are filed under Mississippi Valley Historical Association, and some are found in the correspondence of the Secretary-Treasurer, Clara Paine and Clarence W. Alvord.

Sioussat was also active in his alma mater (Johns Hopkins University). He was active in the Alumni Council. A major interest of the Council in the period 1912-1914 was how to attract students from the Southern states. The letters of John M. McBryde, Jr., Edward F. Buckner, John H. Latané, Ira Remsen, and George L. Radcliffe discuss this and other Johns Hopkins matters.

While at the University of Pennsylvania, Sioussat became a member (1928) of the American Philosophical Society. His participation in this Society lasted until his death. He was particularly active on the Library Committee and his correspondence contains much about this committee. The letters of Luther P. Eisenhart, Gertrude D. Hess, Julia A. Noonan, William J. Robbins, Alban Hoopes, William E. Lingelbach, Edwin Conlin, and Richard Shryock all touch on Sioussat's APS acrivities. In addition there are copies of Library Committee Reports and APS publications in the Subject File.

Much of Sioussat's correspondence was with his colleagues who wrote about their teaching experiences, job opportunities, and research. Among these were I.J. Cox (Northwestern University), Beverly Bond, Jr. (University of Cinncinati), William E. Dodd (University of Chicago), William S. Jenkins (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), A.T. Volwiler (Wittenberg College), C.H. Van Tyne (University of Michigan), Arthur P. Whitaker (Cornell University, University of Pennsylvania), Frederic L. Paxson (University of Wisconsin), and W.L. Fleming (Louisiana State University).

Non-teaching colleagues included Samuel F. Bemis (Lives of the Secretaries of State), Julian Boyd (Papers of Thomas Jefferson), Waldo Gifford Leland (American Council of Learned Societies), Max Farrand (Henry E. Huntington Library), and Clinton Rogers Woodruff (National Municipal League) who discussed Nashville's municipal

development with Sioussat.

For his own research in American history Sioussat corresponded with various research institutions, and there is much correspondence from his predecessors at the Library of Congress including Gaillard Hunt, J.C. Fitzpatrick, J. Franklin Jameson, and Thomas P. Martin.

The Subject File has some of Sioussat's research notes especially those on the organization of the American Philosophical Society and Benjamin Franklin.

The last group of correspondents are several of Sioussat's former students, including H.M. Henry, Donald McMurry, C. Gregg Singer, and Mother Kathryn Sullivan. Their letters discuss job-hunting and publication of their works. Sullivan's correspondence (1933-36) is especially detailed concerning the publication of her thesis.

Sioussat's writings contained in the collection are largely book reviews of historical works and a few articles. There are also several of his speeches. He also kept a sample of notes and examinations he used in his history classes at the University of Pennsylvania (1930) and a few of his students' papers from a Sociology class at the University of the South (1907).

The Subject File contains reports by Sioussat on the American Philosophical Society Library and the Library of Congress Manuscript Division. There are also research notes on the organization of the APS and on Benjamin Franklin as well as biographical material on Sioussat, newspaper clippings, and photographs.

Sheppard Church Leakin was a soldier, banker, and mayor of Baltimore, 1838-40. His papers, ca. 100 items, deal with the War of 1812 in Baltimore and Maryland politics in the 1830s. Includes letters from Peter Cooper, Henry Clay, and Reverdy Johnson.

William Ridgely Leakin (1859-1912) was the son of George A. Leakin and lawyer in Savannah, Georgia, 1880s-1917. His papers (ca. 70 items) are largely letters to his father and sisters (Margaret Leakin and Annie L. Sioussat) concerning his father's estate. Includes several articles on Georgia history and a scrapbook kept by William.

Both Annie L. Sioussat and her son St. George were interested in their family genealogy. In addition to the genealogical notes they compiled, they collected original family letters. The collection includes some Dobbin family letters (1789-1883), Hoxton family letters (1830s-1902), including those of Mrs. Sioussat's cousin, Eliza Hoxton Magruder, and Semmes family letters, 1800-1822. There are also a group of unrelated Civil War letters pertaining to Robert B. McKim. Among the original manuscripts in the collection are two boxes of land deeds and papers called the Somervell papers which pertain to land in St. Mary's and Calvert counties in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

 


Container List

BOX 1

George A. Leakin Correspondence

 

 

incoming correspondence

 

 

 

A-L

 

 

 

Anna M. Leakin (1844-1865)

 

 

 

Margaret D. Leakin (1833-1835)

 

 

 

BOX 2

Margaret D. Leakin (1837-1867)

 

 

 

Susan Dobbin Leakin

 

 

 

M-P

 

 

 

Bishop William Paret

 

 

 

Q-S

 

 

 

Annie L. Sioussat

 

 

 

St. George L. Sioussat

 

 

 

T-V

 

 

 

Virginia Theological Seminary (classmates)

 

 

 

BOX 3

W

 

 

 

Bishop William R. Whittingham

 

 

 

Margaret H. Whittingham

 

 

 

outgoing letters

 

 

 

1843-1908

 

 

 

Anna M. Leakin incoming correspondence

 

 

 

George A. Leakin (1844-1865)

 

 

 

Chlor A. Miller (1855-1862, n.d.)

 

 

 

Margaret D. Leakin incoming correspondence

 

 

 

George A. Leakin (1835-1847)

 

 

 

Princeton University (1833-1834)

 

 

 

[UNK] family incoming correspondence

 

 

 

George A. Leakin (1840s-1860s)

 

(see also Sheppard C. Leakin Papers below)

 

 

 

George A. Leakin poems

 

 

 

papers re: Missionary work to public institutions

 

 

 

notes on Trinity Church

 

 

 

 

BOX 4

George A. Leakin Papers

 

 

notes

 

 

 

miscellaneous writings

 

 

 

biographical material

 

 

 

photographs

 

 

 

miscellany

 

 

 

 

BOX 5

George A. Leakin Sermons

 

 

1843-1860s

 

 

 

BOX 6

1870s-1903

 

 

 

sermon notes

 

 

 

 

BOX 7

George A. Leakin Papers

 

 

 

Boxes 7and8

Combined

4/29/98

 

 

diaries 1842-43, 1896, 1898, 1899, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1906

 

 

 

journal (trip to Canada) 1859

 

 

 

Index Rerum (1839-1842)

 

 

 

Chaplain's journal (1804)

 

 

 

history and minutes Church Mission to Seamen (1884-1887)

 

 

 

minutes, Trinity Church Vestry (1872-1877)

 

 

 

- removed from collection

 

 

 

 

BOX 9

Annie L. Sioussat correspondence

 

 

incoming 1850-1910

 

 

 

BOX 10

incoming 1911-1917

 

 

 

BOX 11

incoming 1918-1923

 

 

 

BOX 12

incoming 1924-1929

 

 

 

BOX 13

incoming 1930-1941

 

 

 

BOX 14

incoming, n.d.

 

 

A-B

 

 

 

Mary E. Beach

 

 

 

C

 

 

 

Mary E. Cary

 

 

 

D

 

 

 

Davis

 

 

 

Dunlop

 

 

 

E

 

 

 

Elizabeth King Ellicott

 

 

 

F-G

 

 

 

Alice Garrett

 

 

 

Mary W. Griffith

 

 

 

H-R

 

 

 

Emilie McKim Reed

 

 

 

Taylor Rieman

 

 

 

S

 

 

 

Elizabeth Shoemaker

 

 

 

BOX 15

T

 

 

 

Alice T. Tiffany

 

 

 

Francese L. Tunbull

 

 

 

V-W

 

 

 

Elizabeth Chew Williams

 

 

 

fragments

 

 

 

unidentified letters

 

 

 

 

outgoing correspondence (drafts)

 

 

A-Y

 

 

 

fragments

 

 

 

 

 

BOX 16

Annie L. Sioussat papers

 

 

Woman's Auxiliary of the Protestant Episcopal Church

 

 

incoming correspondence 1890-1933

 

 

 

incoming correspondence, n.d.

 

 

A-W

 

 

 

Mary E. Beach

 

 

 

Grace Lindley

 

 

 

Alice T. Tiffany

 

 

 

 

outgoing correspondence (drafts)

 

 

 

speeches

 

 

 

notes

 

 

 

BOX 17

membership lists

 

 

 

resolutions

 

 

 

minutes

 

 

 

reports

 

 

 

miscellaneous papers

 

 

 

photographs

 

 

 

printed material

 

 

 

 

Girls' Friendly Society

 

 

printed material

 

 

 

miscellany

 

 

 

 

Annie L. Sioussat journal (1908) to Pan-Anglican Congress

 

 

 

Annie L. Sioussat notes Md. delegation to Jamestown Exposition

 

 

 

BOX 18

Maryland State Federation of Women's Clubs

 

 

incoming correspondence 1912-1914

 

 

 

BOX 19

incoming correspondence 1915-1916, n.d.

 

 

 

constitution

 

 

 

membership lists

 

 

 

minutes

 

 

 

resolutions

 

 

 

Baby Week report

 

 

 

Central Directory report (Nurses Registry)

 

 

 

Civic and Forestry Committee Report

 

 

 

Conservation Committee Report

 

 

 

Education Committee Report

 

 

 

Executive reports

 

 

 

Geographical Division of State

 

 

Committee Report

 

 

 

 

Immigration Committee Reports

 

 

 

printed material

 

 

 

legislative program

 

 

 

convention programs

 

 

 

BOX 20

Member Clubs' annual reports 1914-1915

 

 

 

Catonsville Civic League

 

 

 

Civic Club of Pocomoke

 

 

 

Civic League of Salisbury

 

 

 

Civic Study Club (Garrett Park, Md.)

 

 

 

Cumberland Civic Club

 

 

 

Frederick Civic Club

 

 

 

Federated Club of Chestertown

 

 

 

Glyndon Porch Club

 

 

 

Hagerstown Civic League

 

 

 

Lonacoming Civic Club

 

 

 

Oakland Civic Club

 

 

 

[Woman's Club] Bel Air, Md.

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Elkton

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Forest Park

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Irvington

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Kensington

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Laurel

 

 

 

Woman's Club (Preston, Md.)

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Roland Park

 

 

 

Woman's Club (Sparrows Point, Md.)

 

 

 

Women's Civic League (Annapolis, Md.)

 

 

 

Women's Civic League (Westminster, Md.)

 

 

 

 

Member Clubs' annual reports, 1915-1916

 

 

Baltimore Progress Club

 

 

 

Catonsville Civic League

 

 

 

Conference of Federated Clubs of the Teacher's Training School Alumni Association of Baltimore

 

 

 

Federated Club of Chestertown, Md.

 

 

 

Hagerstown Civic League

 

 

 

Neighborhood Improvement Club of Govans

 

 

 

Newcomb Club

 

 

 

Outlook Club

 

 

 

Sorosis

 

 

 

Western High School Alumnae Association

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Cambridge

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Chevy Chase

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Forest Park

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Glyndon

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Kensington

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Laurel

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Mt. Washington

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Rockville

 

 

 

Woman's Club of Sparrows Point

 

 

 

Woman's Southern Club

 

 

 

Woman's Twentieth Century Club

 

 

 

Women's Civic League

 

 

 

Women's Civic League (Annapolis, Md.)

 

 

 

printed material

 

 

 

newspaper clippings

 

 

 

 

Arundell Club

 

 

certificate of incorporation

 

 

 

constitution and by-laws

 

 

 

presidential messages

 

 

 

Annie L. Sioussat speech

 

 

 

financial papers

 

 

 

stock papers

 

 

 

room rental papers, 1929-1933

 

 

 

correspondence, 1909-1933

 

 

 

minutes

 

 

 

officer ballots, 1928-1932

 

 

 

miscellany

 

 

 

 

 

BOX 21

Annie L. Sioussat papers

 

 

American Historical Association

 

 

 

English Speaking Union

 

 

 

Equal Suffrage League

 

 

 

Cause and Cure of War Conferences

 

 

 

Maryland Forestry Association

 

 

 

National Civil Service Reform League

 

 

 

Office of Indian Affairs

 

 

 

Star-Spangled Banner Centennial

 

 

 

Women's Civic League

 

 

 

Woman's Department, Civil Service Reform Association of Maryland

 

 

 

Annie L. Sioussat Reminiscences

 

 

 

biographical material

 

 

 

newspaper clippings

 

 

 

printed material

 

 

 

photographs - Cold Stream (Home of Win Pa Herson) All Hallows - South River

 

 

 

BOX 22

Maryland Society of the Colonial Dames of America

 

 

history, 1891-1927

 

 

 

membership lists

 

 

 

resolutions

 

 

 

minutes

 

 

 

speeches

 

 

 

Historic Research Committee Reports

 

 

 

Historian's (A.L. Sioussat) Reports

 

 

 

constitution

 

 

 

printed material

 

 

 

articles on Maryland

 

 

 

miscellany

 

 

 

 

Descendents of Colonial Governors in Maryland

 

 

membership lists

 

 

 

 

BOX 23

Writings

 

 

In Memorium: Alice Whitridge Garrett

 

 

 

John Gardner Murray

 

 

 

Influence of Women in Colonization

 

 

 

Memorial to Emilie McKim Reed

 

 

 

Notice of Some of the First Buildings

 

 

 

Old Baltimore (typescript)

 

 

 

On the Patuxent

 

 

 

The Pretenders and their Adherents

 

 

 

Report on Religious Education in the Secondary Schools

 

 

 

Some Considerations on Pewter Ware

 

 

 

Traditions

 

 

 

BOX 24

fragments

 

 

 

 

Research notes

 

 

Old Baltimore

 

 

 

Maryland colonial history

 

 

 

BOX 25

Maryland colonial history

 

 

 

 

Genealogical notes

 

 

 

BOX 26

Genealogical notes (by A.L. Sioussat and Mary W. Griffith, Mrs. Monte Griffith)

 

 

 

BOX 27

Diaries 1866, 1885-1887, 1893, 1894, 1899, 1901, 1913, 1916, 1924, n.d.

(5 vols.)

 

 

 

Research notebooks

 

 

 

BOX 28

Research notebooks

 

 

 

BOX 29

Research notebooks

 

 

 

BOX 30

Research notebooks

 

 

 

 

BOX 31

St. George L. Sioussat papers

 

 

correspondence

 

 

 

A

 

 

 

Randolph G. Adams

 

 

 

Clarence W. Alvord

 

 

 

American Antiquarian Society

 

 

 

AHA

 

 

 

American Philosophical Society

 

 

 

Herman V. Ames

 

 

 

Charles M. Andrews

 

 

 

B

 

 

 

BOX 32

Samuel F. Bemis

 

 

 

Bibliographical Society of America

 

 

 

Herbert E. Bolton

 

 

 

Beverly W. Bond, Jr.

 

 

 

Julian P. Boyd

 

 

 

Carl Bridenbaugh

 

 

 

R.P. Brooks

 

 

 

Robert L. Brunhouse

 

 

 

Edward F. Buchner

 

 

 

Solon J. Buck

 

 

 

Pauline Wilcox Burke

 

 

 

Edward C. Burnett

 

 

 

L.H. Butterfield

 

 

 

C

 

 

 

E.P. Cheyney

 

 

 

Columbia Historical Society

 

 

 

Edwin G. Conklin

 

 

 

Cosmos Club

 

 

 

I.J. Cox

 

 

 

BOX 33

D

 

 

 

The Dial

 

 

 

William E. Dodd

 

 

 

E

 

 

 

Harold D. Eberlein

 

 

 

George Simpson Eddy

 

 

 

Luther P. Eisenhart

 

 

 

F

 

 

 

Max Farrand

 

 

 

W.H.P. Faunce

 

 

 

William H. Ficks, Jr.

 

 

 

John C. Fitzpatrick

 

 

 

Walter L. Fleming

 

 

 

Worthington C. Ford

 

 

 

Guy Stanton Ford

 

 

 

Friends of the University of Pennsylvania Library

 

 

 

G

 

 

 

Robert Garrett

 

 

 

Evarts B. Greene

 

 

 

BOX 34

H

 

 

 

Philip M. Hamer

 

 

 

Archibald Henderson

 

 

 

H.M. Henry

 

 

 

Gertrude D. Hess

 

 

 

Historical Society of Pennsylvania

 

 

 

Alban W. Hoopes

 

 

 

Gaillard Hunt

 

 

 

I-J

 

 

 

J. Franklin Jameson

 

 

 

W.S. Jenkins

 

 

 

Johns Hopkins University

 

 

 

K

 

 

 

Daniel C. Knowlton

 

 

 

BOX 35

L

 

 

 

John H. Labané

 

 

 

League of Free Nations

 

 

 

Waldo Gifford Leland

 

 

 

Library of Congress

 

 

 

William E. Lingelbach

 

 

 

Literary Society

 

 

 

M

 

 

 

John M. McBryde, Jr.

 

 

 

Albert E. McKinley

 

 

 

Andrew C. McLaughlin

 

 

 

Donald L. McMurry

 

 

 

Valentin Mandelstamm

 

 

 

A.N. Marquis

 

 

 

Thomas P. Martin

 

 

 

BOX 36

Massachusetts Historical Society

 

 

 

A.T. Milne

 

 

 

Mississippi Valley Historical Association

 

 

 

William Starr Myers

 

 

 

N

 

 

 

New Century Cyclopedia of Names

 

 

 

Roy and Jeanette Nichols

 

 

 

Julia A. Noonan

 

 

 

Q-P

 

 

 

Clara S. Paine

 

 

 

Frederic L. Paxson

 

 

 

Pennsylvania Historical Junto

 

 

 

Q-R

 

 

 

George L. Radcliffe

 

 

 

Ira Remsen

 

 

 

BOX 37

William J. Robbins

 

 

 

S

 

 

 

Robert L. Schuyler

 

 

 

Richard H. Shryock

 

 

 

C. Gregg Singer

 

 

 

Justin H. Smith

 

 

 

Smith College

 

 

 

Society of American Archivists

 

 

 

Jared Sparks

 

 

 

Bernard C. Steiner

 

 

 

Mother Kathryn Sullivan

 

 

 

Glen Levin Swiggett

 

 

 

T

 

 

 

Tulane University

 

 

 

BOX 38

U

 

 

 

University of Pennsylvania

 

 

 

University of Tennessee

 

 

 

University of the South

 

 

 

V

 

 

 

A.T. Volwiler

 

 

 

W

 

 

 

Francis F. Wayland

 

 

 

Stephen B. Weeks

 

 

 

Arthur P. Whitaker

 

 

 

Clinton Rogers Woodruff

 

 

 

Y-Z

 

 

 

unidentified

 

 

 

BOX 39

Writings

 

 

book reviews

 

 

 

speeches

 

 

 

articles

 

 

 

 

BOX 40

grade reports, 1895, 1896

 

 

 

class notes, 1899

 

 

 

students' papers, 1907

 

 

 

class lecture notes 1930, 1934-1938

 

 

 

BOX 41

Subject File: American Philosophical Society

 

 

Library committee reports, 1934-1960

 

 

 

Library data

 

 

 

programs

 

 

 

printed material

 

 

 

 

Library of Congress

 

 

Manuscript Division reports, 1938-1948

 

 

 

BOX 42

research notes on Benjamin Franklin

 

 

 

BOX 43

research notes on Benjamin Franklin

 

 

 

research notes on American Philosophical Society

 

 

 

BOX 44

research notes

 

 

 

 

BOX 45

biographical material

 

 

 

photographs

 

 

 

newspaper clippings

 

 

 

miscellany

 

 

 

printed material

 

 

 

Bernard Steiner, The Life and Administration of Sir Robert Eden

 

 

 

Bernard Steiner, Beginnings in Maryland

 

 

 

 

BOX 46

Sheppard C. Leakin/William R. Leakin papers

 

 

Sheppard C. Leakin correspondence

 

 

B

 

 

 

Henry Clay

 

 

 

Peter Cooper

 

 

 

E-H

 

 

 

Reverdy Johnson

 

 

 

George A. Leakin

 

 

 

M-W

 

 

 

unidentified

 

 

 

outgoing letters

 

 

 

 

Sheppard C. Leakin

 

 

newspaper clippings

 

 

 

broadside

 

 

 

commissions

 

 

 

biographical data

 

 

 

 

 

William R. Leakin

 

 

correspondence 1883-1917, n.d.

 

 

 

scrapbook, 1880s

 

 

 

speech

 

 

 

articles on Georgia

 

 

 

newspaper clippings

 

 

 

 

Dobbin family papers

 

 

letters 1789-1883

 

 

 

 

BOX 47

Genealogical material

 

 

Semmes family letters, 1800-1822

 

 

 

Margaretta C. Hoxton letters, 1820s

 

 

 

Hoxton family letters, 1830s-1850s

 

 

 

Thomas Hoxton family papers, 1837-1851

 

 

 

W.T. Wootten letters, 1845

 

 

 

John B. Scott letters, 1840s-1850s

 

 

 

Magruder family letters, 1850s

 

 

 

Hoxton confirmation certificates, 1855

 

 

 

Eliza Hoxton Magruder correspondence 1836-1902, n.d.

 

 

 

Leigh Reid-St. George L. Sioussat genealogical correspondence, 1942-1953

 

 

 

Middleton-Hoxton-Semmes families genealogical material, 1950

 

 

 

Leakin genealogical material

 

 

 

 

BOX 48

Miscellany

 

 

George Stiles letter, 1812

 

 

 

Emilie McKim Reed scrapbook, 1860s

 

 

 

Robert B. McKim letters, 1860-1862

 

 

 

On Early Physicians of East Baltimore

 

 

 

Susan Leakin, treasurer's notes, Sewing Society of Emmanuel Church, 1873

 

 

 

Mary Dorsey Davis scrapbook on Greenwood, 1904

 

 

 

maps of Leakin property

 

 

 

material on Margaret Brent

 

 

 

printed material

 

 

 

newspaper clippings

 

 

 

 

BOX 49

Somervell land papers

 

 

 

BOX 50

Somervell land papers

 

 

 

 

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