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Parson Smith Family Papers, 1738-c. 1957

Collection of manuscripts related to the Parson Smith House in Windham, Maine

Muster roll
A Civil War muster roll for the Windham Infantry Militia, 1862.

The Parson Smith family papers include materials related to the multiple generations who lived in the Parson Smith House in Windham, Maine. The house was built for the minister Peter Thatcher Smith (1731-1826) and was formerly a house museum operated by Historic New England. It is now privately owned and protected through the Stewardship Easement Program.

This collection contains:

  • Photographs
  • Financial records
  • Literary materials
  • Legal documents
  • Correspondence

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Parson Smith Cold Water Army
A pledge for the Cold Water Army of Massachusetts, a temperance association of which Lucy Smith Anderson was a member.
Bernhardt
An invitation to see Sarah Bernhardt at the Boston Opera House, 1917.
Parson Smith Family Papers, 1738-c. 1957