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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 274 Collections and/or Records:

Charles Carroll letter book and accounts

Identifier: MS 0208

This collection contains the letter books of Dr. Charles Carroll of Annapolis (1691-1755) covering years 1722-1731, 1742-1752; 1752-1755, relating to business transactions and personal matters, as well as the business accounts of Dr. Charles Carroll. Also included is a letter book belonging to Charles Carroll, Barrister (1723-1783) covering years 1755-1769.

Dates: 1716 - 1769

Charles Carroll of Carrollton collection

Identifier: MS 1893

This collection contains 30 items written to, by, or about Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1832). Included are personal and business correspondence, as well as miscellaneous accounts, records, and invoices.

Dates: 1757-1967

Charles Carroll papers

Identifier: MS 0206

1. Calendar of important letters excluding Calto. County Papers, made by Mendes Cohen and Louis H. Dielman, 1915. 2. Large correspondence of Charles Carroll of Annapolis with son, Charles Carroll of Carrollton while latter studied abroad and after return, 1750-81; letters to Chas. C. of C. from Daniel Carroll, John Hanson, Daniel of St. T., Jenifer, and Samuel Chase. Others also.

Dates: 1731 - 1833

Charles J. and Ellen C. Bonaparte collection

Identifier: MS 3152

The collection contains Charles J. and Ellen C. Bonaparte’s correspondence with Ellen’s cousin, Mabel B. Whitney and her husband, Dr. David E. Wheeler. The letters discuss family matters, including travel arrangements and health.

Dates: 1852-1925

Charles Ridgely papers

Identifier: MS 0692

The Charles Ridgely papers contains papers pertaining to Captain Charles Ridgely, 1733-1790; his nephew and heir Charles Carnan Ridgely, 1769-1829; Charles Carnan Ridgely's son John Ridgely, 1792-1867; John's father-in-law (and distant relative) Nicholas Greenberry Ridgely, 1771-1829; and John's son Charles, 1830-1872.

Dates: 1664-1882

Chase family papers

Identifier: MS 0969
Scope and Contents Photostatic copies of papers and letters to the Chase family of Maryland, particularly of Annapolis, spanning 1714-1855. Letters are to and from Reverend Richard Chase, Reverend Thomas Chase, Thomas Chase (1774-1826), Matilda Chase (d.1829), Judge Jeremiah Townley Chase (1748-1828), Judge Samuel Chase (1741-1811), and Ann Chase (1711-1852). There is also correspondence between Maryanne Caton, Robert G. Harper, and Miss Ann Chase and genealogical information on the Chase, Townley, and...
Dates: 1714-1855

Children's Fresh Air Society of Maryland papers

Identifier: MS 3093

This collection consists of correspondence, administrative records, and financial material of the Fresh Air Society of Maryland during the first half of the 20th century.

Dates: 1896 - 1965

Christine Brown Penniman manuscript collection

Identifier: MS 3226

Letters from Christine Brown Penniman to her parents while she was a Red Cross volunteer during World War I.

Dates: 1918 - 1920

Church of the Redeemer papers

Identifier: MS 0247

This collection contains Ministers of the Vestry, financial accounts, photographs, annual reports, and general correspondence.

Dates: 1849-1950

Civil War collection

Identifier: MS 1860
Abstract This is an artificial collection and primarily contains letters and documents dating from 1861 to 1865, although relevant items before and after these dates are also included. Correspondence prior to 1861 is indicative of the growing strain between the North and the South. Correspondence after 1865 reflects the nature of the war and the significance attached to it. The collection also includes manumission records, diaries, and the correspondence of national figures, such as Abraham Lincoln,...
Dates: 1832-1960