Papers of Mary Thurston Goodell (1863-1942)

Description

Subseries B, Papers of Mary Thurston Goodell (1863-1942), 1905-1931, undated (#C.2.16-C.2.20), contains certificates received by Goodell from the American Red Cross, State of Maine Library Commission, and the Governor and Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Massachusetts; personal correspondence (including decorative cards with lace and a photograph of Thomas Jefferson's (U.S. President, 1801-1809) home, Monticello (#C.2.18), in Charlottesville, Virginia); membership cards for the Smith-Anderson Cemetery Association in Cumberland Mills, Maine, where Goodell served as Treasurer, along with a renewal notice for dues and calling/visiting cards; and a penmanship copybook. Also included in the subseries is an undated booklet of panoramic views of Newport, Rhode Island (#C.2.16). The subseries is arranged alphabetically by record type.

Details

Descriptive Terms

personal papers

Physical Description

Personal papers (1 carton)

Collection Code

MS032

Collection Name

Parson Smith family papers

Date of Acquisition

1953

Reference Code

MS032.04.02

Credit Line

Bequest of Louisa Anderson (Goodell) Parker (1871-1952), 1953

Places

South Windham (Cumberland county, Maine)

Record Details

Material Type

personal papers

Description Level

Sub-series

Location Note

HGO-02-105-A-F-102