Daniel Penfield Land Agreement, 1805 0.1 Cubic Feet
This collection consists of an agreement for the sale of the Fourth Range in Township Number Thirteen from Daniel Penfield to Salmon Fuller and Caleb Hopkins. Signed by Zachariah Seymour for Penfield. (Seymour was brother-in-law to Oliver Phelps.) This document laid the basis for the foundation of the town of Penfield. It dates to 1805.
Dr. Abram Lincoln Weil papers, 1887-1974 .25 Linear Feet
Ebenezer "Indian" Allan Land Contract, 1792 0.1 Cubic Feet
This collection consists of a deed for the 100-acre tract, including existing mills, dated 1792. Signed by Ebenezer Allan.
Copies of testing forms which Hall, as Union Bridge Co. Inspector, completed while testing steel parts.
The collection contains miscellaneous office files of Sara Rios, former Director of the Human Rights and Governance Unit within the Peace and Social Justice Division at the Ford Foundation. Her office files contain conference files, reports, press materials, correspondence, and publications. Many grant-related materials in the collection between 1997 and 2000 are the files of Alan Jenkins. Jenkins preceded Rios in her role as Program Officer in the Peace and Social Justice Program from 1997-2000. Some correspondence with grantees and potential grantees is also present after 2000, when Jenkins became Deputy Director of Human Rights and International Cooperation at the Ford Foundation and when he was appointed Director of the reorganized Human Rights Program in 2001.
George Eastman papers, 1927-1928 0.1 Cubic Feet
Carbon copies of correspondence from George Eastman regarding African hunting trip. Includes travel itineraries. Materials date from 1927 and 1928.
Hiram Haskell Edgerton correspondence, 1910-1921 .17 Cubic Feet
Horsford Family papers, 1681-1954, bulk 1840-1893 32.00 Linear Feet
Irving Booth papers, 1783-1923 0.1 Cubic Feet
Irving Booth was the son of James E. Booth, who was the president of the Monroe County Savings bank and a trustee to the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) during the 1890s. Papers include letters and awards of merit related to James Booth's parents, Peter and Phebe; Cooper genealogy information; chattel and deeds; several ribbons; Irving Booth's Cornell University and Alpha Delta Phi ephemera, and miscellaneous ephemera.