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i720Subseries E. Printed material, 1796-1845, undated (#C.1.35, #C.2.26-C.2.30), contains catalogues and other printed material (including newspapers). The series includes printed material related to the New York Life Insurance Trust & Company, specifically Rules and Proposals (1830), a report (1831), and a letter from President William Bard to David Evans (1832); and Missouri Mining & Smelting Company bylaws, (1835); newspapers (1830-1840); catalogues from the Phillips Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire (1827-1838); A. P. Peabody Sermons (1837-1845); printed materials from the Bank of the United States (1817); Portsmouth Savings (1824); Manufacturers (1825); Commercial (1825); and U. S. Branch checks; copies of Rand's System of Penmanship, Appendix (1828);” The Rules, Regulations, &c. of the Portsmouth Female Asylum, with Act of Incorporation” (1815), Humane Fire Society, Bylaws and Membership (1814, 1821, 1827); the poem “Belles of Portsmouth” (1830), and the Act of Incorporation of the Portsmouth Athenaeum and Bylaws (1815).

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Collection Name
Rundlet-May family papers
Collection Code
MS025
Dates
1796-1845, undated
Acquisition Type
Gift
Date of Acquisition
1970
Physical Description
Publications (2 cartons)
Finding Aid Info
Paper finding aid available in Library and Archives
Collection Type
Manuscripts
Description Level
Sub-series
GUSN
173477
Reference Code
MS025.01.05

Record details

Originator
Peabody, Andrew P. (Andrew Preston), 1811-1893 (Author)
Other People
Rundlet, Caroline, 1797-1880
Rundlet, Harriet, 1795-1840
Other Organizations
Humane Fire Society (Portsmouth, NH)
New York Life Insurance and Trust Company
Portsmouth Athenaeum
Descriptive Terms
asylums (welfare buildings)
banks (financial institutions)
insurance
mining
Material Type
publications
Subjects
Fire clubs (Cooperative Societies)
Places
Portsmouth (Rockingham county, New Hampshire)
Location Note
Folders C.1.35, #C.2.26-C.2.30

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