MAN. Manuscript Collections
Found in 601 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains the business papers of Captain Benjamin Jenne. The materials represent the typical paperwork of the import and export business, such as bills of lading, invoices, and insurance claims.
The items contained in the Carey and Kimber Families Manuscript Collection span over a hundred years, from 1847 to 1953, and encompass family history and general Maryland history. Of note are materials relating to the history of slavery, to Bryn Mawr College, and to the Octorara House in Conowingo, Maryland. The collection consists of scrapbooks, business and personal correspondence, yearbooks, memoirs, memorial programs, real estate advertisements, maps and photographs.
This collection contains fifteen boxes of orders and receipts, bills and invoices, forms from the U. S. Treasury and insurance companies, as well as business correspondence dealing with Carl Schon Inc., a Baltimore-based jewelery firm.
The collection contains correspondence from Carlton Dates to his wife and daughter in Baltimore, Maryland while he was serving in the United States Navy during World War II. These letters yield a picture of the life of a Black serviceman and his family during the war.
The papers in this collection are divided into three groups, the Anna Ella Carroll papers, the Cradock family papers, and the Jensen family papers, dating 1738-1968. This container list provides the portion of the collection that has been microfilmed. Each item has a subsequent microfilm identifier that has been included in a "General" note.
This collection consists of the Baltimore Company (ironworks) records (1730-1805) which include land papers, minutes, correspondence, financial records, and memoranda. Also in the collection are papers of James [Maccubbin] Carroll and his sons James Carroll (1791-1873), Harry Dorsey Gough Carroll, and Charles Ridgely Carroll (1800-1870). Their papers pertain mainly to property they owned in Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties and Baltimore City.
The papers in the Cary-McHenry Family Collection span approximately 225 years. Materials include correspondence of James McHenry, James Howard McHenry, and other family members; memoirs; genealogical notes; and newspaper clippings.
Please Note: The container list/inventory for this collection is available as a PDF below. Click "Expand All" and scroll down to the "External Documents" section to view.