Domestic correspondence of Lucius Lee Hubbard (1849-1933), and that of his wife, Frances Johnson Lambard Hubbard (1852-1927), their three daughters, and other relatives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Houghton, Michigan. Most of the letters are addressed to Hubbard's daughter Frances Hubbard Flaherty, the wife and co-worker of Robert J. Flaherty, the film director. There is also correspondence of the parents and relatives of Frances Hubbard, the Lambard family of Georgia.
Moore Brothers Collection, 1870s-1970s; undated, bulk 1960s-1970s 3 manuscript boxes
New York State Historic Trust
This Moore Brothers Collection is comprised mostly of documents pertaining to the sale of Lorenzo in 1969 to the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation. This collection also includes genealogical research and personal correspondence, but it makes up a very small part of the collection.
The Meadows Collection, 1700-1989, bulk 1860s-1950s 39.61 linear feet
The Meadows collection is comprised of documents, papers, and photographs collected by the families that owned The Meadows mansion in Cazenovia, NY. These families include The Ledyards, The Hubbards, and The Oakmans, providing a snapshot of the personal life of an upper class family during the mid 1800s to the 1950s. Please see the scope and content note for a more in depth description of the collection.