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Mary Ann (Morison) May papers

Description

i720Series VIII. Papers of Mary Ann (Morison) May (1844-1936), 1862-1935, undated, includes a few letters, financial papers, legal documents (including Horace Morison's 1867 will), and literary works (including her sister's handwritten cookbook, Mrs. Sayres's recipes for tea cakes and James Rundlet May's obituaries). This series is arranged according to material type and then choronologically.

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Collection Name
Rundlet-May family papers
Collection Code
MS025
Dates
1862-1935, undated
Acquisition Type
Gift
Date of Acquisition
1971
Physical Description
2 folders (ca. 13 items)
Finding Aid Info
Paper finding aid available in Library and Archives
Collection Type
Manuscripts
Description Level
Subgroup
GUSN
173499
Reference Code
MS025.08

Historical/Biographical Note

Mary Ann Morison was born in 1844 and was the daughter of Mary Elizabeth Lord and Horace Morison. She married James Rundlet May in 1881, with whom she had one son, Ralph May. Mary Ann Morison May died in 1936.

Arrangement

This subgroup is arranged in the following series:Correspondence, 1862-1935Financial records, undatedLegal papers, 1867-1918Literary papers, 1918, undated

Record details

Originator
May, James Rundlet, 1841-1918 (Correspondent)
May, Mary Ann (Morison), 1844-1936
Morison, Caroline Augusta, 1847-1882 (Compiler)
Other People
Allis, Nancy Olive Morison
Morison, E.W.
Morison, Horace, 1810-1870
Descriptive Terms
food
genealogy (discipline)
weddings
Material Type
cookbooks
correspondence
financial records
inventories
obituaries
wills
Places
Portsmouth (Rockingham county, New Hampshire)
Places (Buildings)
Rundlet-May House (Portsmouth, N.H.)

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