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Collins, Merriam, and Lyon Family
Personal and business papers of members of these related families, especially Charles Bush Collins, Lyman R. Lyon, Clinton L. Merriam, Charles C. Merriam and his wife Florence Lyon Merriam. Includes letters, diaries, military commissions, wills, inventories, cash accounts, deeds, and field books relating to their large land holdings in Lewis County, N.Y., their lumber business, and their involvement in politics. Also contains a large number of household bills of the Lyon family.
Palmer, Erastus Dow, 1817-1904
Erastus Dow Palmer (1817-1904) was an American sculptor. Born in Pompey, New York, he and his family moved to Albany, New York, in 1849 when Palmer began working on large-scale sculptures. His sculpture, Angel at the Sepulchre (1865), remains in Albany. Palmer son’s Walter Launt Palmer (1854-1932), also became an artist, best known for his winter scenes. Following his death in 1904, Erastus Palmer was buried in the Albany Rural Cemetery. This collection contains correspondence, personal papers, and photographs.
Hinsdill Parsons., Esq.
This collection contains correspondence, their enclosed materials, and other miscellaneous, likely once-enclosed, materials relating to the personal and professional business of Hinsdill Parsons, Esq., and dating from 1899 to 1912. Additional materials include contracts, dividend statements, receipts, notes, company reports, and trustee information.
Fairchild family
This collection contains advertisements, business documents, correspondence, lists, petitions, photographs, printed materials, stamps, and writings. All materials within this collection are from the ancestors of Jane Kennard Gilmore's grandmother, Helen L. Stebbins (nee Kennard). These ancestors include members of the Childs, Fairchilds, Ledyards, and Stebbins families.
Samuel S. Forman
The Samuel S. Forman Papers contain administrative records, books, cattle and livestock papers, papers pertaining to the Cazenovia Post Office, certificates, correspondence, estate records, genealogy, Jonathan Denise Ledyard, government records, land documents, legal documents, lists, papers pertaining to the Madison County Court, John H. Oley, Richard Button Patent, slave documents, store documents, speeches and addresses, writings, and miscellaneous papers. Although the Samuel S. Forman Papers are primarily made up of business documents and papers from Forman's time as a shop owner of general stores for the Holland Land Company, and a store in Middletown Point, New Jersey. These business documents and papers include: account books and statements, ashes, bills and receipts, calculations, cashbooks, correspondence, daybooks, invoice books, ledgers, memorandums, orders for payment, petty lists, receipt books, registers, scratch books, and suppliers for Forman's stores. Some business documents and papers pertain to business dealings with specific people and organizations such as Jonathan and Samuel Forman Sr., Oneida Turnpike Road Co., the Cazenovia Establishment, the Sloop Monmouth, Jacob H. Ten Eyck, Sweet and Lovejoy, the Third Great Western Turnpike, S. Van Rensselaer, and Isaac Van Vleck.
Strong, Hannah Elizabeth Vedder, 1845-1929
The Strong Collection is composed of land records, legal documents, correspondence, receipts, genealogical information, photographs, and other documents pertaining to the Bradt, Strong, and Van Patten families, collected by H. Elizabeth Strong (Hannah Elizabeth Vedder Strong). The collection includes a significant amount of material related to early settlement of Schenectady, as well as the land and trusteeship disputes in the city.
Joan Van Keuren
The Van Keuren Papers consist of 2 linear feet of notes, reports, correspondence, unpublished manuscripts, clippings, research articles, pamphlets and booklets; 1 linear foot of oral history tapes; and 8 linear feet of artifacts, mostly tourist type dolls, but also some more ceremonial masks and rattles.