Randall-Brune-Philpot Family Papers 1760-1983, MS. 2824

 


Descriptive Summary

Randall-Brune-Philpot Family Papers, 1760-1983

MS. 2824

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674

Refer to the abstract at the end of this finding aid for information that links the three collections.

 


Biographical Sketch

The Randall Family:

Elizabeth Philpot Blanchard Randall was born on September 1, 1827. She was the first daughter of John Gowen Blanchard (1800-1834), a lawyer and Congregationalist minister. Elizabeth was the eldest of four children, Edward Wyatt, John Jeremiah, and William. She was educated on the primary level by her Aunt Catherine Barton Gilman. On January 17, 1856, despite opposition from her mother, she married Alexander Randall, her father's close friend. She moved into his existing family of five children, had seven of her own, and prided herself on being a loving mother and devoted wife. Elizabeth died on July 9, 1895.

Elizabeth's husband, Alexander Randall was the son of John Randall. He was born on January 5, 1806. He graduated from St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland with a B.A. and then pursued a career in law. He was a member of the 27th Congress and a delegate to the Maryland Constitutional Convention in 1851. Alexander also served as the attorney-general of Maryland from April to October 1867, as president of the Farmer's National Bank, and vestryman and warden of St. Anne's Church in Annapolis, where he met the Reverend John Blanchard.

On September 22, 1841, he married Catherine G. Wirt who died in 1853. Catherine gave birth to eight children, five of whom lived. Alexander then married Elizabeth Philpot Blanchard on January 17, 1856. They had seven children, the eldest of whom was Blanchard Randall. Alexander Randall died on November 19, 1881.

Elizabeth's Aunt Catherine, daughter of Jeremiah Blanchard (elder brother of John Gowen Blanchard) of Billerica, Massachusetts, was born on June 2, 1810. She ran a flourishing school in Annapolis despite her consumptive tendency. Catherine overcame her weakness and then married Mr. Charles Gilman, a Baltimore lawyer in 1852. He died in 1861, leaving Catherine with two children, a son and a daughter.

Elizabeth and Alexander's first child, Blanchard Randall, was born on November 12, 1856 in Baltimore County. Blanchard became an early leader in the Baltimore community. In October 1868, he left the tutelage of his mother to go to college. He then entered into the export business and then finance. Blanchard Randall served on numerous boards and committees in Baltimore ensuring the city's continued development. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Baltimore Museum of Art serving as president of the board from 1915 - 1942 and president emeritus until his death. He was also a trustee of the Johns Hopkins University and aided in securing the land next to Wyman Park as a gift from Johns Hopkins University for the current site of the Baltimore Museum of Art.

On October 30, 1884, Blanchard married Susan Brune, his cousin. They were married at St Paul's Church in Baltimore. Susan and Blanchard had seven children. Susan died on February 25, 1937. Blanchard Randall died on August 24, 1942.

Blanchard and Susan's daughter, Elizabeth Brune Randall was born at the family estate in Catonsville, Cloud Capped, on August 16, 1892. Elizabeth married Harry Richard Slack III in 1922 and had two children. They are Wyatt Cameron Slack (who donated this collection), and Elizabeth Brune Randall Slack.

Elizabeth was an occupational therapist for Johns Hopkins Hospital and for the Army around 1920. She was the president of the Catonsville Garden Club in 1925, president of the Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland in 1937-8, and president of the Junior League of Baltimore in 1932. She was also the recording secretary of the Colonial Dames of America in 1936. It was her love of history that motivated her interest in preserving historic sites such as Hampton Plantation in Baltimore County. On January 24, 1983, Elizabeth Slack died.

The Brune Family:

Blanchard Randall's brother-in-law was Frederick William Brune, Jr. Fred, as he was commonly called, was born on January 26, 1813 in Baltimore. He went to the Round Hill School, Northampton, Massachusetts, and then to Harvard where he graduated in 1831. Fred sat for the bar in 1834. He then went to Berlin in the winter of 1836-37 and Europe in 1837. In 1838, he helped establish the firm of Brown and Brune where many prominent lawyers and judges were educated. He was the manager and law advisor of the House of Refuge and helped to prepare the first digest of the Maryland Reports. He was a member of the Protestant Episcopal church and the General Convention for the Episcopal Faith.

In 1853, he married Emily S. Barton and they had four children. Fred suddenly died of pleura-pneumonia on July 18, 1878. His son continued the firm of Brown and Brune under the name of F.W. Brune and Sons.

The Philpot Family:

Blanchard Randall's great great grandfather was Brian Philpot, Sr. He was an English merchant who came to New York from England in 1750. Shortly after he arrived, he was appointed town commissioner of Baltimore. In 1763, he was appointed manager of a lottery to raise 510[UNK] of current money to fund the completion of the Market House in Baltimore and other civic works. Brian Philpot, Sr. died in 1814.

Brian Philpot's great grandson was Thomas Philpot. Thomas was the son of John Philpot(1801-1879), a lawyer. Thomas was born on

October 15, 1840. He was chosen to be the representative of the American branch of the Philpot family in England in 1883. Thomas was educated at the academy of the Reverend Dr. Keech in Harford County, Maryland and then he pursued a job as register of the Orphan's Court of Baltimore County until 1888. He then became the trustee of the Abell Estate until 1895 when he resigned. Thomas never married and died on November 29, 1896.

See also the Brune-Randall Family Papers, MS 2004, and the Philpot-Randall Family Papers, MS 2816.

 


Scope and Content

The papers in the Randall-Brune-Philpot family collection span more than 200 years. The inclusive dates of the collection are 1760-1983. The papers consist of letters, diaries, business correspondence and some photos.

The bulk of the material centers around Elizabeth Philpot Blanchard Randall (1857-1895), and her first son, Blanchard Randall. The majority of the material they wrote spans the years 1857-1895 and 1870-1942 respectively. In addition to correspondence, Elizabeth left two books that cover her and her family's life. One is a personal diary that is inscribed with the words "to be destroyed at my death" and the other is a leather-bound family history. It spans from her and her husband, Alexander Randall's roots in Europe to their proliferation in America (1639-1895). It is intended to capture the goodness of Alexander for Blanchard Randall and his youngest sister Adele who were most affected by his death in 1881. These volumes, especially the family history, contain very valuable genealogical and Maryland historical data, such as information about the Temperance Society, the Colonization Society, Baltimore Waterworks, the American Revolution, the Civil War, and the Annapolis, Drum Route, and Shortline Railroads.

The bulk of Blanchard Randall's papers deal with his personal life. An exception to these are a large amount of letters recognizing his resignation from over six community organizations including Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1942. These are accompanied by a number of letters from his wife, Susan Brune Randall, and other family and friends. Blanchard Randall led a very active and astute life that is well documented in this collection.

The Blanchard-Randall-Philpot family collection also includes insights concerning the life of women in the 19th Century. In addition to Elizabeth Philpot Blanchard Randall, five other women are significantly represented. They include Susan Brune (Elizabeth's daughter-in-law and Blanchard Randall's wife, and Catherine Gilman (Elizabeth's maternal aunt). Susan's manuscripts consist of letters, a travel book from Europe with pictures and pressed flowers, and a recipe book that was handed down through the family until the late 1900s. The other women's contributions consist of letters, except for Elizabeth Slack who contributed documents concerning her involvement in civic organizations for the preservation of history. Elizabeth Slack is also the late mother of the donor of this collection, W. Cameron Slack.

Numerous men have also greatly contributed to this collection. They include Alexander Randall, Thomas Philpot, Brian Philpot and Frederick Brune, Jr. Alexander Randall's correspondence is written to his son Blanchard Randall with advice on how to be an upstanding citizen. Frederick Brune, the brother of Susan Brune, wrote letters to his sister, Susan, and letters to his mother from Round Hill School in Northampton, Massachusetts. Also included in his

papers are a sketchbook from his art classes, two travel books from his trips to Europe, and a book of excerpts from his studies at Harvard. He also left documents from his professional life as a lawyer. Thomas Philpot also was a lawyer, yet his documents concern his position as register of the Orphans Court of Baltimore County. Brian Philpot contributed the oldest documents in this collection. They are papers concerning his job as merchant. The Philpots were the renowned owners of Baltimore's fastest schooner.

The provenance of these papers, then, defines the scope of this collection. The family history preserved in this collection is a significant source of Maryland history. From the famous Baltimore schooners of the Philpot family to the rich genealogy of the Randall family, the authors of these manuscripts leave much of value to the researcher.

These papers have been arranged within the framework of four series by family members. The series description discusses in more detail the manuscripts of the Randall-Brune-Philpot Family Collection.

RANDALL-BRUNE-PHILPOT PAPERS

The Randall-Brune-Philpot family papers were donated to the Maryland Historical Society and Library by W. Cameron Slack in 1991. This collection is the third in a series of collections relating to the Philpot-Randall family. The first collection (MS 2004) was donated by Cameron Slack for his deceased mother, Elizabeth Blanchard Randall Slack in 1976. The second collection (MS 2816) was donated by Randall Bierne in conjunction with Cameron Slack in 1988 and 1991.

Literary rights in the unpublished writings contained in this collection have been dedicated to the public. Access to the papers in this collection is unrestricted.

Shelf Space: 3 document boxes

Inclusive Dates: 1760 - 1983

 


Series Description

The Randall-Brune-Philpot Family Papers consist of four major series: 1) Randall Family Papers; 2) Brune Family Papers; 3) Slack Family Papers; and 4) Philpot Family Papers. The papers in this collection range from 1760-1983.

Each series is arranged by author and filed chronologically. All undated material comes before the dated material.

Series I: Randall Family Papers, 1830-1942,

Box 1, 2

This series includes a book of family history, a personal journal, a scrapbook of pictures and pressed flowers from Europe, a recipe book, personal and business correspondence, speeches, a will, an annual report, biographical and genealogical information. The bulk of the correspondence falls between the dates 1870-1900.

Subseries I: Elizabeth Blanchard Randall Books and Papers, 1830-1882,

Box 1, 2

This subseries is divided into a family history, a journal and personal correspondence from Elizabeth, and to her from her sons, Henry and Dan. There is much information of genealogical significance. The family history is located in Container II and the journal is located in Container I. The family history mentions a Rembrandt Peale portrait of George Washington on horseback. Several photographs can be found in the miscellaneous file from the books in Box 2.

Subseries II: Blanchard Randall Papers, 1905-1942,

Box 1

This subseries includes, speeches, an annual report of the School for the Blind, biographical data, personal correspondence with Alexander Randall and Louise Daubon who was in France at the outbreak of World War II, business correspondence with prominent businessmen of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. There are documents pertaining to his involvement as a member of the National Economic League, the Society of the Cincinnati, and recognition of his resignation from various appointments such as the boards of Johns Hopkins Hospital and University in 1942.

Subseries III: Alexander Randall Correspondence, 1839-1879,

Box 1

This subseries contains business correspondence and receipts from newspaper subscriptions, as well as personal letters to his son Blanchard Randall. These personal letters contain advice on how to become an upstanding citizen of the Baltimore community.

Subseries IV: Susan Brune Randall Correspondence, 1867-1920,

Box 1

This subseries contains personal correspondence to her husband Blanchard Randall concerning family life and the need for nurses during World War I. Lacrosse is mentioned in one letter, and a poem written by Susan is also included in the file.

Subseries V: J. Wirt Randall Speech, 1905,

Box 1

This subseries contains the "Address of J. Wirt Randall at Ocean City before the Maryland Bankers Association." The speech is titled, "Lessons from Colonial Currencies."

Subseries VI: Bessie Blanchard Randall, 1880,

Box 2

This subseries contains the commonplace book of Elizabeth Brune Randall Slack, who was the third child of Blanchard and Susan Randall. It appears that Bessie admired her grandmother, Elizabeth Blanchard Randall, very much. They travelled to Europe together in 1895, shortly before Elizabeth Randall's death as documented in her journal. Perhaps it was this experience which sparked her fondness for history.

Subseries VII: Randall and Judge Hanger, 1866, 1907,

Box 1

This subseries contains letters concerning the National State Bank of Virginia, and the repayment of loans to family.

Subseries VIII: Jefferson Davis Letter, 1864,

Box 1

This letter is written by Jefferson Davis to his daughter, Carrie Barton. Mr. Davis was a known friend of the Randall family.

Subseries IX: Daniel Randall, Inventory of Effects, undated,

Box 1

This subseries notes ownership of the Rembrandt Peale portrait of George Washington on horseback.

Subseries X: Catherine Barton Gilman documents, 1850-1882,

Box 1

This subseries contains a bond of indemnity, various legal receipts from the sale of property and gold (1871-1881), a scrapbook of pictures and pressed flowers from England, Ireland, and Scotland, the Gilman family recipe book, and Barton family genealogy.

Series II: Brune Family Papers, 1826-1895,

Box 2, 3

This series contains assorted papers of the Brune family. Included are personal correspondence, two scrapbooks from Europe, two of sketchbooks, a scrapbook from studies at Harvard,

legal papers, a family account book, genealogical information, and a will belonging to Aunt Maria. Susan Brune, the sister of Frederick Brune is listed under the Randall Family Papers series description.

Subseries I: Frederick W. Brune, Jr, 1826-1895,

Box 2, 3

This series contains correspondence, letters of introduction, two scrapbooks from Europe, a scrapbook of excerpts from readings done at Harvard, legal papers from F.W. Brune and Sons, legal briefs and notes, a family account book, certificate of life membership in the Germania Club, conditions of Point Lookout, Maryland during the Civil War, life at Round Hill School, a list of stocks held(Central Ohio Railroad, and the Susquehanna Canal, and a sketch book from Round Hill School.

Subseries II: John C. Brune, 1828-1829,

Box 3

This subseries contains a sketch book from Round Hill School.

Subseries III: Brune Family Genealogical Information,

Box 3

This subseries contains three separate family trees. Two are transcribed inaccurately. Several newspaper obituaries, acknowledgements regarding Dr. F.C. Shattuck, a cousin, and other memorabilia is also included.

Subseries IV: Aunt Maria's Will, undated,

Box 3

This will was written in the early 1800s. In it, Maria bequeaths her effects to various members of the Brune family. She is the Great Aunt of F.C. Shattuck of Boston and could be Mary D. Philpot. The connection is unclear.

Series III: Slack Family Papers, 1890, 1913, 1036-7, 1983,

Box 3

This series contains printed material on the preservation of Hampton Plantation, a program from the National Geographic Society's banquet in 1913, an article by Harry S. Slack, titled, "Softcrabs, Canvasbacks, and Terrapins," notes from Elizabeth Slack's involvement in various garden clubs, a telegram, letters to Paul Mellon about the Rembrandt Peale Portrait of George Washington on horseback, a description of Susan Brune's marriage to Blanchard Randall, a letter of gratitude from Perry Lucas for nursing him during World War I, and one letter from Cameron Slack to Mrs. Jefferson Patterson.

Series IV: Philpot Family Papers, 1760-1909,

Box 3

This series contains documents relating to the Philpot's schooner, the Ethan Allen; business correspondence of Brian Philpot, Ambrose Clarke, and Kensey Johns; business papers of Thomas Philpot which relate to his professions as a lawyer and later as a register for the Orphans Court of Baltimore County; and of personal letters and documents related to the school run by the Stewart and Buchanan women.

Subseries I: Brian Philpot, Ambrose Clarke, and Kensey Johns, 1760-1806,

Box 3

This subseries contains letters related to the merchant business all three were connected to. Subjects discussed in these documents include tobacco prices, small pox, and the Napoleonic Wars.

Subseries II: Ethan Allen Schooner, 1804,

Box 3

This subseries includes a receipt for repair done to the ship and for the insurance of goods. A receipt for the payment of wages to a slave is also included.

Subseries III: Thomas Philpot Papers, 1864-1884,

Box 3

This subseries contains a copy of the document which recorded the installment of Thomas to the bar in 1869, into his job as register of the Orphans Court of Baltimore County in 1881; correspondence from W.W. Jrazar, Jr of the Franklin Sugar Refinery; Endorsements on original papers to be recorded, and a letter of regret at the resignation of Thomas from his post as register.

Subseries IV: Stewart and Buchanan Papers, 1814-1909,

Box 3

This subseries contains three documents pertaining to the life and business of the Stewart and Buchanan women. It appears that they ran a school from the tuition receipts in this file. These women were the children of the Stewart and Buchanan Families as well as the grandchildren of the Philpot Family. In addition, they were Elizabeth Blanchard Randall's cousins. For a clear genealogical picture refer to Elizabeth's family history, pg. 226-227.

Subseries V: Correspondence to Mary Miner, 1849-1889,

Box 3

This subseries is a collection of personal correspondence from her sister Catherine Stewart, niece Mary D. Philpot, and another sister Kate Brune. The bulk of the correspondence is from Catherine Stewart and reflects a deep concern with the great cholera epidemic of Baltimore in 1832.


Container List

Box 1

Elizabeth Blanchard Randall

Miscellaneous,

1 folder

Journal,

1 folder

Miscellaneous from journal,

1 folder

Henry and Dan Randall correspondence,

1 folder

Box 1

Blanchard Randall

"Resolutions to the National Board of Trade"

1 folder

"Baltimore from a Commercial Standpoint"

1 folder

"Annual Report for an unidentified School for the Blind"

1 folder

Blanchard Randall correspondence,

1 folder

Blanchard Randall biographical,

1 folder

Box 1

Alexander Randall

Alexander Randall correspondence, 1839-1879,

3 folders

Box 1

Susan Brune Randall

Susan Brune Randall correspondence, 186[7]-1920,

2 folders

Box 1

J. Wirt Randall

"Lessons from Colonial Currencies"

1 folder

Box 1

Randall and Judge Hagner

Correspondence 1866, 1907,

1 folder

Box 1

Daniel Randall

Inventory of effects,

1 folder

Box 1

Jefferson Davis

Letter to Carrie Barton,

1 folder

Box 1

Catherine Barton Gilman

Documents,

1 folder

Cookbook,

1 folder

Genealogy,

1 folder

Box 2

Books and Miscellaneous

Elizabeth Philpot Blanchard Randall family history, 1885

F. W. Brune, Jr., scrapbook from reading at Harvard, 1830

Catherine Barton Gilman, scrapbook from Europe, 1869

Commonplace Book of Bessie B. Randall, 1880

Miscellaneous from books,

1 folder

Box 3

Frederick W. Brune, Jr

Correspondence,

5 folders

Sketchbook,

1 folder

Scrapbooks from Europe,

2 folders

F.W. Brune and Sons,

1 folder

Legal briefs,

1 folder

Family account book,

1 folder

Genealogy,

1 folder

Memorabilia,

1 folder

Box 3:

John C. Brune

Sketchbook,

1 folder

Box 3:

Aunt Maria

Will,

1 folder

Box 3:

Slack Family

Elizabeth Randall correspondence,

1 folder

Printed material,

2 folders

Wyatt Cameron Slack correspondence,

1 folder

Box 3:

Philpot Family

Brian Philpot, Ambrose Clarke, and Kensey Johns correspondence,

1 folder

Ethan Allen schooner documents,

1 folder

"Endorsements on original Papers to be Recorded,"

1 folder

Thomas Philpot documents,

1 folder

Stewart and Buchanan documents,

1 folder

Mary Miner correspondence,

1 folder

Appendix A: Integration

The Randall-Brune-Philpot Family papers span three collections. They are MS. 2004, the Brune-Randall Family Papers (1728-1972); MS. 2816, the Philpot-Randall Family Papers (1726-1936); and MS. 2824, the Randall-Brune-Philpot Family Collection (1760-1983).

Several major themes and people tie the collections together. For example, each collection contains papers of Baltimore merchant, Ambrose Clarke. These documents date from 1796-1810 and focus on his business activities. Ambrose Clarke's papers are the oldest represented in each collection.

The largest portion of documents represented in each collection relate to the Randall Family. Elizabeth Philpot Blanchard Randall was the chief preserver of family history. MS 2004 includes her "Reminiscence of Alexander Randall." MS 2816 holds both outgoing and incoming correspondence for the years 1861-1893, and MS 2824 expounds on both of these with one journal, one family history, and additional correspondence.

Her husband, Alexander Randall (1803-1881) is also represented in each collection. MS 2004 and 2816 feature papers and correspondence related to legal and business interests, while MS 2824 contains correspondence to his son Blanchard Randall. These letters echo Alexander's interest as outlined in MS 2004 and 2816. For example, Alexander Randall cautions his son about staying out late and fraternizing with corrupt young men and in MS 2004 we learn that a life-long interest of his was temperance.

Elizabeth and Alexander's son was Blanchard Randall (1857-1942). The bulk of his adult life is captured in MS 2004 and MS 2816. This includes his work with Gill and Fisher, letters to his fiance and wife, Susan Brune Randall, and his involvement in numerous civic, political, church, and philanthropic organizations. His youth is captured by Elizabeth in her journal and his young adulthood is documented in letters from his father. Both of these are contained in MS 2824. MS 2824 also contains letters recognizing Blanchard's resignation from these organizations in 1942.

The Brune family is also mentioned in each collection. Frederick W. Brune, Jr. (1813-1878) is documented briefly in MS 2816 but significantly in MS 2004 and MS 2824. Both contain documents from his school years at Round Hill School in Northampton, Massachusetts from 1827-1829 and Harvard from 1829-1831. Also included are correspondence to family and friends, sketchbooks, and journals from his trips to Europe in 1836-37. Later documents deal with his law practice at Brown and Brune and his son's continuation of this under the name F.W. Brune and Sons.

The Philpot family is the final major division documented in each collection. MS 2816 features the legal, business, and some personal documents of John Philpot, a practicing lawyer. MS 2824 contains a sketchbook of John from his studies at Round Hill. MS 2816 also includes documents from Susan Stewart Philpot and John's

daughter Mary D. Philpot. MS 2824 contains some business correspondence of Brian Philpot from 1760-1806 and from the early nineteenth century, papers concerning Thomas Philpot's oath of a lawyer, and his later job as register for the Baltimore County Orphans Court. Both MS 2004 and MS 2824 contain legal papers related to Catherine (Kitty) Stewart Philpot and her home "Rockland" in Phoenix, Maryland.

Each collection and corresponding register also lists important genealogical information on the three families. The register of MS 2004 contains family trees for the Randall-Brune - Philpot Families and MS 2824 contains Elizabeth Blanchard Randall's leather-bound family history which also lists family trees and other pertinent genealogical information. This genealogical information is also further supplemented. For the complete picture, consider the three collections together.

Index

American Revolution,

5,

Box 2

Annapolis Railroad

5,

Box 2

"Annapolis Scandal"

7,

Box 1

Baltimore City Waterworks

5,

Box 2

F. W. Brune and Sons

3,

8,

Box 3

Brune Jr, Frederick W.

3,

4,

5,

8

Box 2

Brune, John

8,

Box 3

Brune, Kate

9,

Box 3

Central Ohio Railroad

8,

Box 3

Cholera Epidemic

9,

Box 3

Clarke, Ambrose

9,

Box 3

Colonization Society

5,

Box 2

Daubon, Louise

7,

Box 1

Davis, Jefferson

8,

Box 3

Drum Route Railroad

5

Box 2

Ethan Allen schooner

9,

Box 3

Franklin Sugar Refinery

9,

Box 3

"George Washington on horseback" by Rembrandt Peale

7,

8,

9,

Box 1,

2,

3

Germania Club,

8,

Box 3

Gilman, Catherine Barton

2,

5,

8,

Box 1

Hagner, Randall

7,

Box 1

Hampton Plantation

9,

Box 3

Harvard

5,

8,

Box 2

Johns Hopkins Hospital

7,

Box 1

Johns Hopkins University

2,

7,

Box 1

Jones, Kensey

9,

Box 1

Jrazar, Jr, W.W.

9,

Box 3

Lacrosse 7,

Box 1

Susan Brune Randall Correspondence (p.8)

Lucas, Perry

9,

Box 3

Mellon, Paul

9,

Box 3

Minor, Mary

9,

Box 3

Napoleonic Wars

10,

Box 3

National Economic League

7,

Box 1

National Geographic Society

9,

Box 3

Orphans Court of Baltimore County

5,

9,

Box 3

Patterson, Mrs. Jefferson

9,

Box 3

Pennsylvania Railroad Company

7,

box 1

Philpot, Thomas

3,

5,

9,

Box 3

Photographs

7,

Box 2

Poem, by Susan Brune Randall

7,

Box 1

Point Lookout, Maryland

8,

Box 3

Randall, Alexander

2,

5,

7,

Box 1

Randall, Bessie Blanchard

7,

Box 2

Randall, Blanchard

2,

5,

7,

9

Box 1,

3

Randall, Daniel

8,

Box 1

Randall, J. Writ

7,

Box 2

Randall, Susan Brune

2,

5,

7,

8,

9,

Box 1,

3

Round Hill School

2,

5,

8,

Box 3

School for the Blind

7,

Box 1

Shattuck, Dr F.C.

8,

Box 3

Shortline Railroad

5,

Box 2

Slack, Elizabeth Blanchard Randall

3,

5,

9,

Box 3

Slack, Wyatt Cameron

5,

9,

Box 3

Smallpox

9,

Box,

3

Society of the Cincinnati

7,

Box 1

"Softcrabs, Canvasbacks, and Terrapins"

9,

Box 3

Stewart and Buchanan

9,

Box 3

Temperance Society

5,

10,

Box 2

Tobacco prices

10,

Box 3

Will of Aunt Maria

9,

Box 3

World War I

7,

Box 1

World War II

7,

Box 1

 

 

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