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Oneida Community Collection

An inventory of the collection at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Oneida Community.
Title: Oneida Community Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1811-1983
Bulk Dates: 1850-1900
Quantity: 30.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Community and personal records, biographical materials, and memorabilia pertaining to the Perfectionist community established by John Humphrey Noyes in Madison County, New York, its predecessor community in Putney, Vermont, and its branch communities in Wallingford, Connecticut and Brooklyn, New York, and the successor joint stock organization, Oneida Community, Ltd.
Language: English
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

The Oneida Community was a utopian commune founded by John Humphrey Noyes in 1848 in the town of Oneida in Madison County, New York. Noyes, born in Vermont in 1811, attended Dartmouth College, Andover Theological Seminary, and Yale Theological College and received his license to preach in 1834. He formed his first utopian community in 1836 in Putney, Vermont, practicing "complex marriage" in which every male was considered married to every female. In 1847 pending arrests for adultery spurred Noyes and several other Putney members to move to Oneida, New York, where they established the Oneida Community.

The Oneida community practiced communal property and possessions and believed in a form of Perfectionism -- Christ's Second Coming had occurred in the year 70 CE thus making it possible for them to bring about Christ's millennial kingdom and be free of sin and perfect in this world. (Noyes' declaration in 1834 that he himself was "Perfected" had resulted in the revocation of his license to preach.) To help members overcome character defects, all members -- including Noyes himself -- were subject to formal constructive criticism by committee, or by the community as a whole, a practice known as "mutual criticism."

As in Putney, the community rejected monogamy and practiced complex marriage. Noyes believed that sex had social and spiritual elements; members were expected to improve themselves via sexual relations with those who were their spiritual superiors. Noyes frequently suggested or encouraged particular pairings, and beginning in 1869 members who wished to have children could do so only with the partner selected for them by a committee based on personal, spiritual, and moral qualities (such controlled reproduction is known as "stirpiculture").

The community was self-supporting, primarily through the sale of animal traps, silk thread, and vegetables. (Silverware, for which the Oneida name would become well-known, was not produced until 1877.) Men and women were expected to work equally and had equal voice in community governance. At its height in 1878 the community had 306 members, but the community faltered the next year when Noyes attempt to pass on leadership of the community to his son, Theodore Noyes. By 1880 some members had left, many had embarked upon traditional marriages, and the community itself had been reorganized as a joint-stock company named Oneida Community Ltd. The animal trap, silk thread, and canned vegetable enterprises were all abandoned or sold off by 1916 but Oneida Community Ltd. became well-known for its silver and cutlery, production of which continued until 2005.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Oneida Community Collection contains community and personal records, biographical materials, and memorabilia pertaining to the Perfectionist community established by John Humphrey Noyes in Madison County, New York, its predecessor community in Putney, Vermont, and its branch communities in Wallingford, Connecticut and Brooklyn, New York, and the successor joint stock organization, Oneida Community, Ltd.

Of particular significance are the materials of William Alfred Hinds. William A. Hinds was a lifelong disciple of John Humphrey Noyes and lived for more than sixty years in the Oneida Community, and among the papers in this collection are Hinds' original research files for the revised editions of his American communities (Oneida, N.Y.: Office of the American Socialist, 1878). These files include his correspondence with individuals and communities, together with those documents which he received in connection with his questionnaire. This collection is an important and largely untapped resource available to those interested in the history of nineteenth-century communistic societies in America.

Architectural plans and renderings contains blueprints and pen-and-ink sketches of the Mansion House and Children's House.

Archives (George Wallingford Noyes) consists of photocopies of typed transcriptions of original documents, letters and other manuscripts relating to the Noyes family and the Oneida Community (1811-1880) compiled by George Wallingford Noyes. Original transcriptions in the possession of Mrs. Imogen Noyes Stone, Kenwood, New York.

Biographical material includes family registers, census schedules, membership lists, birth and death records, and other genealogical material.

Community records comprises more than twenty boxes of agreements, scrapbooks, indexes, inventories, sales books, record books, meeting minutes, requests for appropriations, and other community records. Included here are instances of "mutual criticism" for a number of members as well as a small number of photographs.

Manuscripts and personal papers contains nearly forty boxes of correspondence (also included are writings and other material for some individuals). Here also are located the papers (both correspondence and research) of Oneida resident and Utopian community scholar William Alfred Hinds (see above). More than 15 members of the Noyes family -- including George Wallingford Noyes, George Washington Noyes, Harriet Holton Noyes, John Humphrey Noyes, Pierrepont Noyes, and Theodore Richards Noyes -- are represented.

Oneida Community members for whom the collection contains significant amounts of material include Alfred Barron, George Cragin, Charles J. Guiteau, and Erastus Hamilton. Oneida Community materials also include documents relating to Beulah Hendee, James B. Herrick, Ann S. Bailey Hobart, Annie E. Kelly, Jessie Kinsley, Charlotte M. Leonard, Stephen R. Leonard, Charlotte A. Noyes Miller, George Noyes Miller, Helen Campbell Miller, Tirzah Miller, Seymour Nash, and Milford Newhouse. Materials also include documents relating to Harriet Noyes Skinner, John Langdon Skinner, Joseph John Skinner, Theodore H. Skinner, James W. Towner, Francis Wayland-Smith, Cornelia Worden, Harriet Maria Worden, Marquis de LaFayette Worden, and others.

Newspapers contains more than 50 local or northeastern United States alternative newspapers, including Banner of Light and Hull's Crucible (Boston); Daily Graphic and Worker (New York); Progressive communist (Kansas); Social-smasher (Berlin Heights, Ohio); Labor vindicator (New Martinsville, W.Va.); and Chariot of wisdom and love (Portland, Me.).

Maps, stored separately from the collection in the map case, contains maps of Oneida Community buildings and grounds as well as lands belonging to the Wallingford (Connecticut) community.

One item of Realia, a dress, completes the collection.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Architectural plans and renderings are arranged chronologically. George Wallingford Noyes' archives are arranged chronologically. Biographical material is in no particular order. The Community records series is roughly but not consistently ordered with general material first, followed by socio-cultural material (dress, education, music, etc), business material (sales books, inventories, etc), and photographs; within these general topics material is roughly but not entirely chronological. Manuscripts and personal papers are arranged alphabetically by name of originator (sender, writer, or author). Newspapers are arranged alphabetically by name of the paper. Maps are arranged chronologically. Realis is in no particular order.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

All access restrictions on this material have been lifted as of January, 2007. The collection now has no access restrictions.

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

Selected books about the Oneida Community, and photographs of the Community buildings, members, and groups, have been scanned and are accessible through our digital collections page. Portions of the collection are also available on microfilm (see Microfilm 1951).

See also the P. Geoffrey Noyes Papers. Selected books about the Oneida Community, and photographs of the Community buildings, members, and groups, have been scanned and are accessible in digital format here. The library also has numerous pamphlets, books, and other published material on the Oneida Community in its Rare Books holdings and in the general circulating collection; please refer to SUMMIT, our main catalog for a complete listing.

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Subject Headings

Persons

Barron, Alfred.
Cragin, George, 1808-1884.
Guiteau, Charles Julius, 1841-1882.
Hamilton, Erastus Hapgood, 1821-1894.
Hendee, Beulah Foster (Barron), 1847-1903.
Herrick, James Burton, 1837-1912.
Hinds, William Alfred, 1833-1910. American communities.
Hobart, Ann S. Bailey (Skinner), 1846-1908.
Kelly, Annie E. (Miller), 1852-1931.
Kinsley, Jessie Hatch, 1858-1938.
Leonard, Charlotte Miller, 1846-1928.
Leonard, Stephen Rose, 1820-1892.
Miller, Charlotte A. Noyes, 1819-1874.
Miller, George Noyes, 1845-1904.
Miller, Helen Campbell (Barron), 1847-1932.
Miller, Tirzah Crawford (Herrick), 1843-1902.
Nash, Seymour, 1814-1881.
Newhouse, Milford James, 1847-1926.
Noyes, George Wallingford.
Noyes, George Washington, 1822-1870.
Noyes, Harriet Ann Holton, 1808-1895.
Noyes, John Humphrey, 1811-1886.
Noyes, Pierrepont, b. 1870.
Noyes, Theodore Richards, 1841-1903.
Skinner, Harriet H. Noyes, 1817-1893.
Skinner, John Langdon, 1803-1889.
Skinner, Joseph John, 1842-1919.
Skinner, Theodore Hobart, 1878-1944.
Towner, James William, 1823-1913.
Wayland-Smith, Francis, 1841-1911.
Worden, Cornelia, 1847-1928.
Worden, Harriet Maria, 1840-1891.
Worden, Marquis de LaFayette, 1813-1891.

Corporate Bodies

Oneida Community -- Archival resources.
Oneida Community -- Archives.
Oneida Community, ltd.
Oneida Community.
Oneida, ltd.
Putney Community (Putney, Vt.)
Wallingford Community.

Subjects

Christian communities -- United States.
Collective settlements -- United States.
Eugenics -- United States.
Perfection -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Utopias.

Genres and Forms

Architectural plans.
Autograph albums.
Birth registers.
Clippings (information artifacts)
Correspondence.
Death registers.
Diaries.
Financial records.
Genealogies.
Inventories.
Ledgers (account books)
Legal documents.
Maps.
Membership lists.
Minute books.
Periodicals.
Photographs.
Reminiscences.
Sales records.
Scrapbooks.
Sketches.
Stereographs.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Oneida Community Collection,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Gift of the Oneida Community Historical Committee.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: [Summit record]
Date: Feb 1996
Revision history: 27 Nov 2007 - converted to EAD (MRC); 8 Jan 2007 - updated restrictions (MRC); 25 Mar 2008 - restrictions removed (MRC); 16 Jun 2008 - corrections (MRC); 23 Jan 2009 - corrected dates (MRC); 10 Aug 2009 - boxes 1/2 corrected (MRC); 25 Sep 2012 - OS 2/7 corrected (MRC); 23 Jan 2013 - bust returned to Mansion House, deleted (MRC)

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Inventory

Note on alternate formats:

Selected books about the Oneida Community, and photographs of the Community buildings, members, and groups, have been scanned and are accessible through our digital collections page. Portions of the collection are also available on microfilm (see Microfilm 1951).

Architectural plans and renderings
Map-Case 73 Mansion House south front rendering, pen-ink-water color wash; 34.5 x 52 cm. (original in OCMH Collection) 1850?
Map-Case 73 Mansion House east front rendering, pen-ink-water color wash; 22 x 63.5 cm. (original in OCMH Collection) 1850?
Map-Case 73 Mansion House west front rendering, pen-ink-water color wash; 23.5 x 61 cm. (original in OCMH Collection) 1850?
Map-Case 73 Set of 5 blueprints for 'New House,' prepared by L.W. Leeds & co., New York Basement; 1st floor; 2d floor; 3d floor; roof; 52.5 x 72 cm. (originals in OCMH Collection) 1877
Map-Case 73 Foundation plan, 56 x 71.5 cm., and Section, 46.5 x 62.5 cm. (originals in OCMH Collection) 1877
Mansion House south(?) elevation. By Mr. Whatley(?)
Map-Case 73 Children's House elevation rendering undated
Archives (George Wallingford Noyes)
Restrictions removed January 2007.
Box 1 1811-1837
Box 2 1838-1878
Box 3 1879-1880
Biographical material
Box 4 Genealogical data cards
Box 4 Biographical data cards (incomplete)
Box 5 Hilda Herrick Noyes, M.D. Collection (copy)
Box 5 Genealogical information re: Oneida Community families compiled by Hilda Herrick Noyes copied with the permission of the present owner, Sylvia Noyes Paquette.
Census schedules
Box 6 Federal census schedules (Madison Co., N.Y.) 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880
Box 6 New York state census schedules (Madison Co., Town of Lenox) 1855, 1865, 1875
Box 7 Members of Putney Community and date of joining
Box 7 Children of the Putney Community
Box 7 Original list of O.C. members by Harriet A. Noyes (12 p.)
Box 7 O.C. Family Register Ja 1 1849 (16 p. typescript + 2 copies and alphabetical card file)
Box 7 Record of members
Box 7 List of children brought here under the age of 16: alphabetical list, chronological list 1848-1876
Box 7 O.C. & W.C. Register with typescript 1862-1869
Box 7 O.C. & W.C. Census by M.L. Worden 1869
Box 7 Members joining O.C. in 1849
Box 7 Signatures of members
Box 7 Persons coming and going 1865-1867
Box 7 Registers - Kept by John Abbott 1871-1881
Box 7 Weight of O.C. babies 1869-1877
Box 7 W.C. census 1872-1876
Box 7 Marriages 1879-1880
Box 7 Members of O.C. & W.C. under 5 years Ja 1, 1880
Box 7 Community register Ja 1, 1880
Box 7 O.C. register undated
Box 7 Record of births undated
Box 7 Record of deaths undated
Box 7 Names of seceders
Box 7 Persons born in the O.C.
Box 7 Hinds List of O.C. Members
Box 8, 9 Kenwood Interviews - Conducted by Maren Lockwood Carden 1961 - transcripts (copies) of 75 interviews processed to guarantee respondents' anonymity
Restrictions removed
January 2007.
Box 10 Genealogical data sheets (photocopies), compiled by Sean Devlin and John Teeple (missing, 2007) 1980-1983
Community records
Box 11 1846 Ag 18 Declaration of the family of believers connected with J.H. Noyes at Putney (shorthand document with 7 signatures)
Box 11 1848-1874 Synopsis of Community activity
Box 11 1847-1881 O.C. Annals
Box 11 1849-1850 Brooklyn School Journal (typescript)
Box 11 1852-1853 Wallingford Assocation Day Book & Journal
Box 11 1863-1864 Daily Journal (mss. & typescript)
Box 11 1874 Events
Box 12 1869-1879 Scrapbook
Box 13 1878-1879 Travel to & from O.C. & W.C.
Box 13 1875-1877 Index of O.C. & Willow Place Talks, Reports and Journals with Cozicot Journal
Box 13 Home talks indices (4 volumes)
Box 13 1834-1869 [i.e. 1879] General Index of Community Publications compiled by James B. Herrick
Box 14 1869 Record book of stirpiculture - Stirpicultural data compiled by Hilda Herrick Noyes, M.D.
Box 14 1869 Anita Newcomb McGee Papers - copies; originals in Kinsey Institute
Box 14 1868 A.J. MacDonald Papers - collected, rearranged and commented upon by J.H.N. and T.R.N.
Box 15 1862-1868 Visitor's Register
Box 15 1873-1876 O.C. correspondence (copybook, p. 31-161)
Box 15 1876-1884 O.C. correspondence (copybook) (with Minutes of the session of the Commission appointed July 17, 1880)
Box 16 1865 Personal record - Description of Newman A. Brown by C. W. Underwood
Box 16 Mutual Criticism - criticisms of the following individuals: L.F. Dunn, G.N. Miller, J.B. Herrick, M.L. Prindle, T.C. Miller, Mr. Yoder, E. Newhouse, W. Mills, L. Hobart, R. Burnham, H. Allen, M.L. Worden
Box 16 Herbarium - misc. correspondence between Hope E. Allen and H.D. House
Box 16 Wallingford Water Power
Box 16 Cozicot (Short Beach, Conn.)
Box 16 1878 Wallingford Tornado
Box 16 undated Watchmen's duties
Box 16 undated Minutes of seance
Box 16 1877 Menus
Box 16 Buildings
Box 16 1907-1912 Inquiries to O.C.
Entertainment
Box 17 Joseph and his brethren 1858
Box 17 Broadsides
Box 17 Trip of O.C. Brass Band to Cazenovia Lake 1862
Box 17 Dress
Box 17 Education
Box 17 Music
Box 17 Art: Community portraits
Oversize 1 Library record book (501 p.)
Box 18 Library catalogue (with entries to 1879)
Box 18 Library Index and Record: Wallingford Library (with H.A. Noyes notation on cover and with records to 1875)
Box 18 List of medical books transferred to New York State Library
Box 19 1855 Statement of the property of the Three Associations
Box 19 1855-1892 Receipts and settlements with seceders
Box 19 1865 (Ap 19) Release of property by the members . . . to J.H. Noyes
Box 19 1865-1879 Inventories of property brought to O.C. by new members
Box 19 1875 Ag 18 Covenant of the Oneida Community (copy)
Box 19 1880 (Ja-N) O.C. Journal
Box 19 1880 (Jl-S) Original notes of the Commission
Box 19 1880 (Jl-N) Record of the proceedings of the Commission
Oversize 1 1880 (Ag) Deposits by present members
Box 20 1880 (Ag 1) Deposits by members on joining
Box 20 1880 (S 1) Agreement to divide & reorganize (signed copy)
Box 20 1880 (S-N) Agreement to divide & reorganize (3 mss., typescript)
Oversize 1 1880 Division of assets: worksheets illustrating various plans
Box 20 1880 (S 15) "Compromise plan"
Box 20 1880 (O 30) Division sheet
Box 20 1880 Agreement to divide & reorganize:
Box 20 Right to inhabit dwellings
Box 20 1880 N 3 Receipt for shares in Oneida Community Ltd. and release of Oneida Community from future liability
Box 20 1880 N 10 Agreement as to control of stock
Box 20 1880 N 10 Mutual release
Box 20 1880 N 10-30 Settlement of O.C. with members
Box 20 1880 N-D Ledger showing settlement
Box 20 1880 D Furniture & bedding assigned to members
Box 20 1880 Property put into O.C. by each member
Box 20 1880-1884 Financial arrangements establishing O.C.L.
Box 20 various dates Clippings
Box 21 A business history of Oneida Community Ltd. by H.V. Noyes and S.R. Leonard (unpublished typescript)
Box 21 Animal Trap Co. of America by Richard G. Woolworth 1951
Box 21 Leonard, Stephen R. Trap Book (copy; original owned by Mrs. A. Beagle)
Box 21.1 Miscellaneous drafts by S.R. Leonard of business history
Box 22 1842-1848 Putney Store ledger
Box 22 1846 Putney Store ledger
Box 23 1863-1867 Business Board Minute Book
Box 23 1867-1875 Business Board Minute Book
Box 23 1875-1880 Business Board Minute Book
Box 23 1875-1877 Finance Committee Minute Book
Box 24 Report on 'Private speculation' (mss. & typescript), published in quadrangle, pp. 6-8. Ag. 1930
Box 24 1859 Property register of the O.C.
Box 24 1862-1863 Account book
Box 24 1865-1871 Agricultural works sales book
Box 24 1867-1869 General office letter book
Box 24 1869-1871 Estimates & memoranda on manufacturing [George Cragin)
Box 24 1872-1882 Fruit sales and profits
Box 25 1873 Requests for appropriations for projects
Box 25 1874 Requests for appropriations for projects
Box 25 1874 Special appropriations (pp. 10-85)
Box 25 1874-1875 Distribution of work
Box 25 1876-1881 Wallingford Community cash book
Box 25 1877 Weekly summary of Community labor
Box 25 1877 Requests for appropriations for projects
Box 25 1878 Requests for appropriations for projects
Box 25 1878-1879 Distribution of work
Oversize 1 1850 Stereotype plate
Box 26 Noyes, Harriet A. History of the printing business of O.C. (original in H.A. Noyes file) - typescript, 2 copies
Box 26 1863-1866 'Circular' subscription books (4 volumes)
Box 26 1865 Notices of 'Trapper's Guide'
Box 26 1865-1868 Printing Department Account Book (copy)
Oversize 2 1875-1877 Wallingford Printing Company job book
Box 26 1871-1878 Wallingford Printing Co. Minute Book
Box 27 1876-1881 'American Socialist' copybook (p. 5-230)
Box 27 various dates Letters to 'Circular' editor
Box 27 1876- American Socialist subscription book (blank)
Box 28 Tableware department - misc. price lists
Robert Wallace vs. J.H. Noyes 1882
Box 28 Brief for complainant
Box 28 Complainant's pleadings & proofs
Box 28 Defendants answer & evidence
Box 29 1865-1866 Fruit Department sales/letter book
Box 29 1873-1874 Fruit Department sales book
Box 29 1874-1877 Fruit Department sales book
Box 30 1877-1879 Fruit Department sales book
Box 30 1879-1880 Fruit Department sales book
Box 31 1858-1864 Inventories
Box 31 1865-1867 Inventories
Box 32 1868-1871 Inventories
Box 32 1872 Inventory
Box 33 1873-1876 Inventories
Box 34 1877 Inventory
Box 34 1878-1879 Inventories
Box 35 1880-1882 Inventories
Box 36 1882 Inventory
Box 36 1883 Inventory
Photographs (stereograms)
Box 37 1871-1872(?) 'Views of the Oneida Community' - Photographer: Ranger & Austin, Syracuse (28 items)
Box 37 [no year] 'Views of the Oneida Community Domain' (4 items)
Box 37 [no year] 'Photographic views of the Oneida Community' - Photographer: D.E. Smith (9 items)
Box 37 [no year] 'View of the railroad trestle on the O.C. domain'
Box 37 [no year] Untitled views - Photographer: Richardson & Clark, Oneida (3 items)
Box 37 [no year] Untitled views - Photographer: A.T. Richardson, Oneida (4 items)
Box 37 [no year] Untitled, unsigned views (12 items)
Box 37 [no year] Bag Bee
Box 37 [no year] Oneida Community, -- Group No. 1 W.F. Richardson, Oneida
Box 37A John Humphrey Noyes daguerreotype circa 1840
Manuscripts and personal papers
Box 38 Abbott, Jane L. 1904, 1906
1904 Mr 28 to William A. Hinds
1906 My 6 to William A. Hinds
Box 38 Abbott, John 1850, 1875
1850 D 2 to Marcus L. Worden
1875 Mr 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 38 Achilli, Giacinto
Biographical materials
Dealings with the Inquisition (London, 1851)
Box 38 Ackley, Alice 1856-1877
1856 O 31 to Marcus L. Worden
1871 Mr 12 to Charlotte M. Leonard
1877 F 10 to Charlotte M. Leonard
[no year] Ap 28 to Harriet N. Olds
Box 38 Ackley, Joseph C. 1847-1892
1847 O 22 to H. Cook
1876 D 28 to Julia C. Ackley (copy)
1881 F Mr, Ap Oneida Community Ltd. statements
1888 F 10 to H.G. Allen
N 4 to Corinna (copy)
1890 F 15 Last Will and Testament
1891 N 12 Record of Births/Deaths of ancestors and also of brothers & sisters and my own family with excerpts from unpublished? Home talks by John Humphrey Noyes
1892 N 26 to Corinna (copy) undated to James B. Herrick
Autobiography (copy)
Box 38 Ackley, Julia Carrier 1870-1895
1870 Ap 7 to Harriet N. Olds
1877 Mr 19 to Harriet N. Olds
1878 Jl 8 to Mary Louise Prindle
1880 My 21 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 1 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
Diaries:
1853-54
1856-60; 1886-88; 1890-92
1876-78
1876-77 (typescript)
1878-81
1887
1893-94
1894
1895
Writings: Mrs. A.'s Story (typescript)
Box 38 Aiken, Eliza 1879-1886
1879 Je 12 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 1 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 2 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
5 4 to Mary Louise Prindle
1880 Jl 27 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag to Tirzah C. Miller
1886 O 7 to M. K. Barron D
26 to M. K. Barron D
31 to M. K. Barron
[no year] Ap 20 to Mary Louise Prindle
undated Mon. to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 38 Aiken, Laura 1859
My 22 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 38 Aiken, Manley A. 1875, 1880
1875 Je 10 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 24 to Tirzah C. Miller
1880 Ag 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 38 Allen, Christine 1891-1911
Misc. family correspondence
Box 38 Allen, Emily H. 1852-1878
1852 S 3 to Marcus L. Worden
S 13 to Marcus L. Worden
1853 My 24 to Marcus L. Worden
1872 My 12 to Beulah Hendee
1878 Je 13 to Charlotte M. Leonard
undated 4 letters to Marcus L. Worden
Box 38 Allen, George D. 1878-1892
1878 Ap 1 to James W. Towner
1886 N 12 to William A. Hinds
1887 Ja 9 to William A. Hinds
Mr 31 to William A. Hinds
1888 F 28 Santa Ana property note
1892 N 27 to William A. Hinds
Box 38 Allen, Grosvenor N. 1893-1911
1893 N 5 to Dorothy Barron
undated to Pierrepont B. Noyes (?)
1895-1911 Misc. family correspondence
Box 39 Allen, Harriet Eliza 1902-1911
[no year] F 27 to Marcus L. Worden
File of family correspondence
Box 39 Allen, Henry 1867, undated
1867 O 16 to Marcus L. Worden
O 24 to Marcus L. Worden
Account of Henry Allen Sr. (4 p. w/ Hope Allen's notes)
Box 39 Allen, Henry Grosvenor 1866-1907
1866 Ag 8 to Mary Louise Prindle
1871 Ap 22 to Mother (copy)
1873 N 2 to Beulah Hendee
1879 O 29 Marriage license (P.M. Underhill) (copy)
N 1 'To the Family' (copy)
1880 N 10 Receipt for 132 shares of O.C.L. stock (copy)
N 10 Receipt to P.M. Underhill for purchase of 68 shares of O.C.L. stock (copy)
1894 Je 3 to Judge G. A. Forbes--in George Campbell file
1899-1904 Misc. family correspondence
1905 Misc. family correspondence
1906-1907 Misc. family correspondence
[no year] S 14 to Mary Louise Prindle
1878 Daybook
1877-1879 Estimate Book
1907 Ja Notes from O.C.L. Annual Banquet
Box 40 Allen, Hope Emily 1899-1912
Misc. correspondence
Box 41 Bailey Family 1875-1903?
File of letters, primarily from Jane Bailey to Lily Cragin
Box 41 Baker, Mary Victoria 1879-1880
1879 N 2 to Harriet N. Olds
N 11 to Harriet N. Olds
N 18 to Harriet N. Olds
D 5 to Harriet N. Olds
D 11 to Harriet N. Olds
D 26 to Harriet N. Olds
D 27 to Harriet N. Olds
1880 Ja 1 to Harriet N. Olds
Box 41 Barron, Alfred 1852-1893, undated
See also Hendee-Barron
1852 N 24 to Alvah and Fannie Barron
1853 Mr 20 to Alvah and Fannie Barron
1854 Ap 10 to Fannie Barron
1855 Ap 27 to Fannie Barron
1861 Ag 14 to Fannie Barron
1863 Ja 4 to Alvah Barron
1864 D 12 to J. Homer Barron
1865 F 4 to Fannie Barron
Mr 21 to Fannie Barron
Ap 8 to Fannie Barron
Ap 10 to Fannie Barron
Je 15 to Fannie Barron
1866 Je 22 to Fannie Barron
O 10 to George E. Cragin
O 26 to M. E. Kellogg
1868 F 4 to Fannie Barron
1876 N 29 to Maud K. Barron
1878 D 27 from Hopson, Shepard (Utica) re: Shakespeare bust
1879 Ja 3 invoice from Hopson, Shepard
Mr 15 to John Humphrey Noyes
Je 28 to Harriet H. Skinner
Jl 17 to G.W. Hamilton
O 23 to Harriet H. Skinner
D 2 Marriage license (copy)
D 17 Contract of marriage (Husband's copy)
1880 Mr 25 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 2 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 26 to Annie Hatch
1882 O 26 to Maud K. Barron
O 3 to James B. Herrick
1883 Ja 18 to Maud K. Barron
Mr 16 to Maud K. Barron
My 12 to Maud K. Barron
My 28 to Maud K. Barron
My 28 Supoena for appearance at Vaill trial
D 14 to Maud K. Barron
1884 F 21 To Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 22 to Maud K. Barron
Ap 28 to Maud K. Barron
Je 9 to Maud K. Barron
1888 Ag 5 to Godfrey Noyes
1889 D 30 to Maud K. Barron
1890 D 9 to Maud K. Barron
1891 Mr 26 to Maud K. Barron
Ap 30 to Maud K. Barron
My 7 to Maud K. Barron
N 11 to Maud K. Barron
S 8 to Maud K. Barron
1892 Ap 17 to Maud K. Barron
S 18 to Maud K. Barron
O 20 to Maud K. Barron
N 14 to Maud K. Barron
D 8 to Maud K. Barron
1893 Ja 30 to Maud K. Barron
F 5 to Maud K. Barron
Obituary
Ja 29 to Tirzah C. Miller (copy)
[no year] D 8 to Fannie Kinsley Barron
v.d. Early records of the Barron family
1870-1884 Incoming correspondence
Includes correspondence re: Footnotes and correspondence from New York Tribune
Footnotes scrapbook & list of book reviews
Footnotes scrapbook taken from The Circular with Alfred Barron's mss. additions and corrections
Box 42 Barron, Dorothy 1889-1911
1889 Jl 6 to Hilda
1889-1890 3 letters to Dorothy Barron from Milley?
1906 Mr 5 to John Leonard
1896 Jl 14 to Gertrude Noyes
1910 S 12 to Mary and Catherine Leonard
S 19 to Mary and Catherine Leonard
S 22 to Mother Charlotte
1911 D 15 to ? Noyes
Miscellaneous poetry, sketches, etc.; includes The literary sextette (1891), a file of letters from Caroline Ebinger, a Shaker (1894-1925), and letters to Miriam T. Noyes (Earl)
Box 42 Barron, J. Homer 1876-1904
1876 Jl 31 to Tirzah C. Miller?
1879 F 2 to Mary Louise Prindle
1890-1904 File of letters to Maud K. Barron
Box 42 Barron, Maria 1893, undated
1893 F 3 to Alfred Barron
Ap 27 to Maud K. Barron
My 24 to Maud K. Barron
My 26 to Maud K. Barron
1910 Ja 18 to Dorothy Barron Leonard re: William Tinsley
[no year] Mr 11 to Alfred Barron and Beulah (Hendee) Barron
Box 43 Barron, Maud K. 1892-1893, undated
1892 D 11 to Alfred Barron
1893 F 5 to Alfred Barron
[no year] Je 16 to Alfred Barron
undated Thurs to M. E. Kellogg
'Recollections of children's occupations,' recorded by Hope E. Allen
The care of children in 'The Oneida Community' (188-)
Box 43 Barron, Minerva S. 1879, 1933, undated
1879 Marriage application, license, and certificate -- in John Norton file
Miscellaneous reminiscences
Recollections (1933)
Box 43 Barron, Ruth undated
to George [W. Noyes?]
Box 43 Bloom, Clarence 1875, 1908
1875 Je 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
1908 Ap 10 to William A. Hinds
Box 43 Bloom, Sophia L. (Nunns) 1886
O 15 to William A. Hinds
Box 43 Bolles, Rachel M. undated
D 28 to Harriet Matthews
Box 43 Bradley, Constance 1871
Ag 28 to Harriet N. Olds
Box 43 Bradley, Sarah undated
Jl 2 to Charlotte M. Leonard
O 2 to Charlotte M. Leonard [with additional note by Harriet A. Noyes]
Box 43 Bristol, Birdseye 1850s
My 26 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 43 Burgess, L. 1852, undated
1852 Je 8 to Marcus L. Worden
Je 12 to Marcus L. Worden
undated to Marcus L. Worden
Box 43 Burnham, Abigail Scott 1852, undated
1854 Ja 23 to Edwin Burnham
[no year] Jl 15 to Harriet N. Olds
Box 43 Burnham, Almira undated
Criticism of Marcus L. Worden
Box 43 Burnham, Edwin Scott 1875
F 17 to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 43 Burnham, Evalyn A. 1903, 1909
1903 Je 8 to William A. Hinds
Je 17 to William A. Hinds
Je 23 to William A. Hinds
N 19 to William A. Hinds
1909 O 26 to William A. Hinds
Box 43 Burnham, George Henry 1870-1903
1870 Je 29 to John Humphrey Noyes [with John Humphrey Noyes's reply]
1872 Ja 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
0 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
1903? Schedule of assignments of Geo. H. Burnham Co.
Box 43 Burnham, Henry W. 1849-1887, undated
1849 Je 10 to Marcus L. Worden
1856 Ag 11 to Edwin Burnham
1867 Je 17 to Brother [Silas Howard] (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
1887 F 8 to William A. Hinds
undated to ?
undated Criticism of Marcus L. Worden
Box 43 Burt, Abram L. 1886, undated
1886 Ap 13 to Fidelia Burt
Ap 15 to Fidelia Burt
undated to Mrs. Bushnell
Box 43 Burt, Charles A. 1871-1893, undated
1871 Ja 3 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 23 to Tirzah C. Miller
1873 Ja 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] Jl 11 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] S 3 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] S 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] S 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] S 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] Jl to Dear Sister [Tirzah C. Miller]
[no year] Ag 15 to Mary Louise Prindle
1893 Legal brief: Charles A. Burt vs. Oneida Community Ltd.
Box 43 Burt, Edmund 1852
Ja 16 to Jonathan Burt
Box 43 Burt, Fidelia 1869, undated
1869 N 29 to Harriet N. Olds
undated to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 43 Burt, Jonathan 1849-1851
1849 Ap 22 to Marcus L. Worden with G. Cragin letter (5/6/1849)
My 5 to Marcus L. Worden
1850 Ja 14 to Marcus L. Worden
1851 N 11 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 43 Burt, Lorinda Lee 1876-1877
1876 Jl 4 to Harriet Matthews
1877 Mr 26 to Harriet Matthews
Mr 26 to Harriet Matthews
Box 43 Bushnell, Candance B. 1864-1876, undated
1864 Jl 18 to Brother [William G.] Kelly
N 9 to Beulah Hendee
N 18 to Beulah Hendee
D 29 to Beulah Hendee
1865 Mr 1 to Beulah Hendee
1868 F 18 to Beulah Hendee
1872 My 10 to Beulah Hendee
1876 Mr 27 to Beulah Hendee
Ag 26 to Beulah Hendee
undated to Beulah Hendee
[no year] S 4 to Beulah Hendee
[no year] N 26 to Beulah Hendee
Box 43 Campbell, Achsah 1856
Ja 13 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 43 Campbell, Emma A. 1847
Autograph album with entries by John Humphrey Noyes, Mary E. Cragin, John L. Skinner,Harriet H. Skinner, Stephen R. Leonard, Charlotte A. Miller, George Washington Noyes, and Julia (?)
Box 43 Campbell, George 1862-1894
1862 Ag 10 from Arthur Young
1882 Ap 7 to James B. Herrick
1894 Je 4 to Judge G. A. Forbes
Box 43 Campbell, Sarah Burnham 1856-1878, undated
1856 Mr 4 to Edwin Burnham
Ag 6 to Edwin Burnham
N 23 to Edwin Burnham
1864 Jl 24 to Charlotte M. Leonard
1867 Jl 16 to Harriet N. Olds
1873 Ja 13 to Harriet Matthews
My 16 to Harriet Matthews
1875 F 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 11 to Tirzah C. Miller
1876 Ap 20 to Harriet Matthews
1877 O 17 to Harriet Matthews
1878 Ja 8 to Emily Otis
Ja 31 to Dorr Burnham
Ap 8 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 13 to Charlotte M. Leonard
Je 10 to Charlotte M. Leonard
Je 26 to Charlotte M. Leonard
[no year] Mon. to Edwin Burnham
Box 44 Carr, Amasa Whitney 1852-1905
1852 My 3 to Marcus L. Worden
[signed by O.C. 'kitchen folk')
1905 O 6 to William A. Hinds
N 5 to William A. Hinds
Box 44 Conant, James A. 1867
Je 16 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 44 Conant, Olive 1850, 1879
1850 Ja 16 to Harriet Worden
1879 Je 12 to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 44 Conant, Virtue 1870, 1872
1870 Ap 20 to Harriet N. Olds
1872 Ap 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 44 Cook, Catherine various dates
File of letters to M. L. Worden and other Worden children
Box 44 Cragin, Charles A. 1873-1880, undated
1873 Ja 31 to H
1876 Ag 7 to bill from Ocean House, Newport, R.I.
1877 Ag 26 to Emily Otis
0 16 to Viola Cragin
1880 O 17 to Dear Friend [Mary?]
[no year] My 5 to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] S 17 to Mary Louise Prindle
1874 Scrapbook of articles in The Circular
Box 44 Cragin, George 1849-1867
1849 Ja 5 to Marcus L. Worden
My 1 to Marcus L. Worden
My 9 to Marcus L. Worden
1850 5 22 to Marcus L. Worden
1851 Mr 8 to Marcus L. Worden
Ap 1 to Marcus L. Worden
1852 O 17 to Marcus L. Worden
0 26 to Marcus L. Worden
Je 8 to Marcus L. Worden (see L. Burgess)
1854 Mr 5 to Silas and Naomi Howard (copy; original in
Amherst College Library)
1856 Ja 11 to Marcus L. Worden
F 1 to Marcus L. Worden
5 3 to Marcus L. Worden
1867 Je 17 to Bro. Howard -- See H. W. Burnham
Cragin, George E. 1881-1882, 1914, undated
Box 44 Correspondence
1881 N 9 to John and Lily [Cragin?]
N 26 to John Cragin
1882 F 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 44 Writings
'Biographical notes'
'Bible communism and the press' (2 copies)
'Goldwin Smith and Community culture'
Reminiscences (unpublished?)
Reminiscences (published in quadrangle, 1913-1914)
Character sketches
Box 44 Cragin, John Holton undated
'Christ's second coming took place immediately after the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70' [Extracts with slight verbal alteration from letters to The Oneida Post]
Box 44 Cragin, Mary E. 1847-1851, undated
1847 entry in E.A. Campbell's Autograph album
1849 Ja 5 to Marcus L. Worden (with G. Cragin's letter)
1849 F 22 to Marcus L. Worden
F 22 to Harriet H. Skinner
1851 Mr 2 to Marcus L. Worden
undated to Brother [Lovett?] (copy; original in Vermont Historical Society Library?)
Box 44 Cragin, Viola 1877
N 11 to Emily Otis
Box 44 DeLatre, Herbert
See also oil painting entitled 'Field Study' in Mansion House Library
Sketch of Virtue Conant
Photograph of untitled sketch (original in Jessie C. Kinsley's Album)
Box 44 DeLatre, Robert Sparrow
[no year] Ap 27 to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 44 Dunn, Fidelia 1875
My 24 to Charlotte M. Leonard
Box 44 Dunn, Marian A. 1872, 1873
1872 Ag 6 to Harriet N. Olds
1873 Ap 10 to Harriet N. Olds
Box 44 Dunn, Sarah K. 1878-1888, undated
1878 My 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
1879 Mr 13 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ap 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
1882 D 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
1888 Mr 11 to Charlotte M. Leonard
[no year] Ap 1 to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] Ap 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
Earl, Miriam T.
See Noyes, Miriam T.
Box 45 Earl, Wilber Talcott
'Memoirs of Wilber T. Earl, 1881-1960 (38 p. typescript)
Box 45 Easton, Abel 1878-1879
1878 Mr 23 to John Humphrey Noyes
Mr 26 to John Humphrey Noyes
Mr 30 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ap 2 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ap 2 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ap 9 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ap 11 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ap 18 to John Humphrey Noyes
Jl 1 to John Humphrey Noyes
1879 My 6 to John Humphrey Noyes
My 12 to John Humphrey Noyes
My 21 to John Humphrey Noyes
My 21 to John Humphrey Noyes
My 25 telegram to Oneida Community
Frankland, Frederick W.
See Hinds, William Alfred and Miller, George Noyes
Box 45 Freeman, Herbert 1894-1895
File of letters to Dorothy Barron
Box 45 Freeman, John S. 1880, 1881
1880 5 21 to James B. Herrick
O 16 to James B. Herrick
O 17 to James B. Herrick
O 20 to James B. Herrick
O 21 to James B. Herrick
O 30 to James B. Herrick
N 20 to James B. Herrick
N 30 to James B. Herrick
D 9 to James B. Herrick
1881 F 10 to James B. Herrick
Box 45 Guiteau, Charles J. 1881, undated
See also Pitt, T.L. and John Humphrey Noyes's Niagara Copybook (Box 67)
1881 Guiteau vs. Oneida Community by John Humphrey Noyes; includes statements, depositions, documents, and transcriptions of letters
Miscellaneous correspondence
Published materials
Clippings
Box 46 Guiteau trial
Clippings, Supreme Court Reports (2 vols.)
Box 47 Hall, Harriet A. undated
to Marcus L. Worden
Box 47 Hamilton, Augusta 1856-1879
1856 O 31 to Marcus L. Worden
1869 Ja 1 to Charlotte M. Leonard
Mr 8 to Charlotte M. Leonard
Mr 21 to Charlotte M. Leonard
Mr 28 to Charlotte M. Leonard
1871 Ja 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
1877 5 17 to Harriet Matthews
1879 Mr 10 to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 47 Hamilton, Erastus Hapgood 1851-1888, undated
1851 Ja 28 to Marcus L. Worden
1865 Ja 21 to Gerrit Smith (original in Syracuse University's Gerrit Smith Collection)
F 23 to Gerrit Smith (original in Syracuse University's Gerrit Smith Collection
1867 Mr 31 to Beulah Hendee
1872 D 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
1873 F 4 to G.D. Allen
My 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
u 1874 Ja 7 to Beulah Hendee
Ja 29 to Beulah Hendee
F 8 to Beulah Hendee
N 22 to Tirzah C. Miller (typescript)
1878 Je 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 11 to Mary Louise Prindle
1879 Ja 16 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 26 to Mary Louise Prindle
1884 Ap 2 to James B. Herrick
Ap 2 to James B. Herrick
Ag 20 to James B. Herrick
1887 D 25 to Tirzah C. Miller
1888 Mr 1 to Joseph Ackley
Mr 11 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] Ja 24 (Thursday) to Marcus L. Worden
Box 47 Hamilton, George W. 1876
My 4 to Harriet N. Olds
My 14 to Harriet N. Olds
Box 47 Hamilton, Harley 1863, various dates
Miscellaneous correspondence and music addressed to Dorothy Barron Leonard relating to her poem 'The Minuet'
1863 Mr 8 'Agreement concerning Harley Hamilton' (copy; original in Hilda Herrick Noyes Coll.)
Box 47 Hamilton, Philena Baker 1872
Ap 15 to Mr. Miller
Box 47 Hamilton, Rose 1875-1876
1875 D 14 to Harriet N. Olds
D 25 to Harriet N. Olds
1876 Ja 4 to Harriet N. Olds
Ja 31 to Harriet N. Olds
Ap 27 to Harriet N. Olds
Je 1 to Harriet N. Olds
Box 47 Hamilton, Susan C. 1854
Ag 21 to Charlotte M. Leonard
Box 47 Hatch, Annie 1867-1885
1867 D 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
1869 My 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
1870 Ap 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
1871 Mr 3 to Tirzah C. Miller
1872 D to Alfred Barron (5 letters)
1875 F 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
1878 5 20 to Dorothea Barron
1879 Mr 7 to John Humphrey Noyes
O 29 to Alfred Barron
1874-1885 File of 126 letters to Beulah Hendee
Box 47 Hatch, Eleazer L. 1847
O 24 to William H. Cook
Box 47 Hawley Family 1885-1908
File of letters to W. A. Hinds from California
Box 47 Hawley, Elizabeth G. 1856-1902, undated
1856 O 31 to Marcus L. Worden
1859 My 23 to Marcus L. Worden
1872 Ap 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ap 14 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 8 to Mary Louise Prindle
1873/4? to John Humphrey Noyes
1875 F 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 11 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 17 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 22 to Tirzah C. Miller
1877 Ja 28 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 11 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 27 to Mary Louise Prindle
D 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
D 12 to Mary Louise Prindle
1878 F 27 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 8 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 10 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 11 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 13 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 15 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 17 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 18 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 25 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ap 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
1879 Ja 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 17 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 18 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 21 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 29 to Mary Louise Prindle
F 10 to Mary Louise Prindle
F 20 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 19 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ap 2 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 1 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 9 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 13 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 26 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 27 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 30 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 11 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 24 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 29 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 30 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 31 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 31 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 31 to Mr. Woolworth
Ag 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 5 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 15 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 19 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 22 to Mary Louise Prindle
1880 Jl 9 to William A. Hinds
1903 Jl 8 to Beulah Hendee Barron
[no year] Ag 27 to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] Ag 18 to Mary Louise Prindle
undated to Mary Louise Prindle (p. 5-6 only)
1902 'A brief epitome of my first acquaintance with J. H. Noyes'
Box 47 Hawley, Victor 1876-1877
Diary (typescript)
Box 47 Hayes, Rutherford Birchard 1886
O 18 to Harriet H. Skinner
Box 48 Hendee, Beulah 1877-1898, undated
1877-1885 File of 88 letters to Annie Hatch
1879 poem
1873 F 3 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 8 to Tirzah C. Miller
1876 Jl 11 to Harriet Matthews
1879 F 8 to J. L. Sears
My 11 to Mary Louise Prindle
1898 F 20 to Herrick family
1879 File of letters between Beulah Hendee and Alfred Barron
undated Note on birthday of Dorothy [Barron] ('Jenny Wren')
1879 D 17 Contract of marriage (wife's copy)
Herrick, James B.
Box 48 Correspondence 1865-1905, undated
1865 Je 25 'Letter of withdrawal' to Rev. Horatio Potter (clipping)
Jl 4 Rev. Horatio Potter's reply to James B. Herrick
1867 Ja 24 to Alfred Barron
187- draft letter to Stephen ? on revival work
1870 5 27 to William A. Hinds
N 9 to Helen C. Noyes
1873 F 16 to Sophie [Bledsoe] Herrick with details of divorce arrangement
1875 F 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
1877 My 28 to Ann [Hobart]
My 28 to James B. Herrick from C. Pelletier
D 24 to members of "the Club"
1878 Je 8 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 10 to James B. Herrick from ? (Paris, France)
1879 F 8 to John Humphrey Noyes
S 11 to Bishop Huntington
S 18 Bishop Huntington's reply to James B. Herrick
S 22 to Bishop Huntington (in S 11 letter)
1881 Jl 3 to Mr. Hamilton
Jl 31 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 26 Offer to buy Stone Cottage property
1882 Mr 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 3 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 3 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
1884 Ja 6 to Helen and her reply to 'Dear Sister'
Ja 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
1885 F 3 to [Cousin] Julia Chichester
1886 Ja 31 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 22 to Tirzah C. Miller
1887 Ag 11 to Charles M. Kubell?
Ag 17 to C. Howard Young
Ag 19 to Nellie S. Hyde
N 7 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 19 to O. B. Feuner?
.
D 30 to Theodore R. Noyes
1888 form letter to inquirers to O.C.
Mr 8 to ?
Mr 17 to James [Vaill]
Mr 17 to Mrs. Langstaff
Jl 25 to Frederick W. Frankland
Jl 27 to Frederick W. Frankland
5 14 to Harriet A. Noyes
1903 Ag 14 to George Noyes Miller
1905 D 3 to Mr. Gignoux
[no year] O 14 to Mrs. Skinner
[no year] Mr 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 48 Writings
List of J.B. Herrick's books brought in May 1868
Healing miracles of Christ with Development of healing power in the Community
Domestic accommodations
How the offensive letter to Tirzah came to be written
Frank story about Geo. E.
Observations of J.B.H.
Book review: H. Pyle's Rejected of men (1904)
Pentacost on love (N 13, 1884)
Memo on Shakers (undated)
Undated fragments
1880-82 miscellaneous letters in J. H. Noyes's Niagara Copybook (Box 67)
Box 48 Herrick, Winifred 1894
D 8 to Dorothy Barron
Box 48 Higgins, Cornelius 1855
F 8 to Silas and Naomi Howard
Box 48 Higgins, Elmira 1859, undated
1859 My 23 to Marcus L. Worden
undated Criticism of Marcus L. Worden
Box 48 Hillerman, Frances 1871-1904
1871 5 19 to Libbie Kellogg
1894 D 31 to Stephen R. Leonard (II)
1904 Je 12 to William A. Hinds
Box 48 Hinds, Elliot 1895-1897
File of 20 letters to William A. Hinds
Hinds, William Alfred 1857-1896, undated
Box 48 Correspondence
1857 O 18 to Marcus L. Worden
1866 D 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
1867 O 8 to Marcus L. Worden
1870 D 28 to Mary Louise Prindle
1872 Ja 10 to John Humphrey Noyes
1875 F 17 to Tirzah C. Miller
1876 Ja 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 10 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 10 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
S 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
D 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
1877 F 2 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 26 to Mary Louise Prindle Jl 1 to Mary Louise Prindle
1878 Jl 27 to Mary Louise Prindle
1879 Ap 4 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 4 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 13 to Mary Louise Prindle
1880 My 18 to Mary Louise Prindle
D 18 to Directors of Oneida Community Limited
1884 N 30 to Mary Louise Prindle
1890 N 11 to James W. Towner
1894 Je 3 to Judge G. A. Forbes -- in George Campbell file
1896 N 11 to Elliot Hinds
D 17 to Elliot Hinds
undated to Mary Louise Prindle
undated to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] Mr 8 to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 48 Legal papers
'A plan that will feed the goose that lays the golden eggs' (1879?)
Papers relating to the Yakima Irrigating and Improvement Co.
Articles of Agreement (1881) between J. Hawley, F.A. Marks, William A. Hinds, R.B. Hawley, E.S. Nash, and C.A. Reid re: California land investments
Wage attachment (1895) to 0.C.L. by Frederick Simmens
Box 48 Writings - Miscellaneous correspondence, drafts on Oneida Community for entry in Schaff-Hertzog Cyclopedia
Hinds, William Alfred - "American Communities" collection
Box 49 Biographical materials
Box 49 Scrapbook of Circular articles
Box 49 Outgoing correspondence
1885-1887 Letterpress copybook
A-Z
Unidentified
Box 49 Miscellaneous writings/fragments
Box 49 Clippings
Incoming correspondence
Box 50 A-F
Box 50 Frankland, Frederick W. - writings, correspondence, clippings
Box 51 G-H
Box 51 Harman, Moses
Box 51 I-Z
Box 51 Periodicals
The Commons
Freedom
Humanity
The Inner Voice
The Kingdom of Heaven
The Malthusian
Money
The Philosopher
Rel ecopol
Social Unity
The Sociologist
The True Life
World's Advance Thought
Box 51 Miscellaneous printed material
Communities
Box 52 Adonai Shomo Corporation, or Community of Futterites (1861-1897), Petersham, Worcester County, MA
Box 52 Altruist Community (1907-1911), Sulphur Springs, Jefferson County, MO
Box 52 Amana Society, or the Society of True Inspiration (1843-1932), Ebenezer, Erie County, NY and Amana, Iowa County, IA
Box 52 Amish
Box 52 Aurora Community (1856-1881), Aurora, Marion County, OR
Box 52 Bayside Communistic Colony, Bayside, Long Island, NY
Box 52 Bethel Community (1844-1880), Bethe, Shelby County, MO
Box 52 Bishop Hill Colony (1846-1862), Bishop Hill, Henry County, IL
Box 52 Brook Farm (1841-1847), West Roxbury, Norfolk (now Suffolk) County, MA
Box 52 Brotherhood of the New Life (1851-1900)
1851-1853 - Mountain Cove Community, Mountain Cove, VA (now WV)
1863-1867 - Amenia Community, or Brotherhood of the New Life, Amenia, Dutchess County, NY
1867-1881 - Brocton Community, or Salem-on-Erie, Brocton, Chautauqua County, NY
1876-1900 - Fountain Grove Community, Fountain Grove, Sonoma County, CA
Box 52 Buena Vista CoLony, or Great Western Co-operative Home-Building Association (1901?-1919), Buena Vista, CO
Box 52 Celesta (1863-1864), Celesta, Sullivan County, PA
Box 52 Christian Commonwealth Colony (1896-1900), Commonwealth, Muskogee County, GA
Right Relationship League, Chicago, IL
"The Social Gospel"
Box 53 Christian Cooperative Association (1898-1902?), Clay Center, KS
Box 53 Christian Social Association (1899-1904), Sarona, WI
Box 53 Civic Brotherhood Church, Washington, DC
Box 53 Colorado Cooperative Company (1894-1910), Nucla, Montrose County, CO - "The Attrurian"
Box 53 Co-operative Association of America (1900-1906?), Lewiston, ME
Box 53 Co-operative Brotherhood, or Burley Colony (1898-1908), Burley, Kitsap County, WA - "The Co-operator"
Box 54 Co-operative Christian Federation (1902), Christadelphia, Benton County, OR
Box 54 Cooperative Commonwealth of Idaho (1898?)
Box 54 Cooperative Industrial Colony (18997-1901?), Milner's Store, Camp Creek, GA
Box 54 Co-operative Union (1901), Ocala FL
Box 54 Cosme Colony (1901-1902?), Paraguay, South America
Dansville Sanitarium
See Our Home on the Hillside
Box 54 Davisite Kingdom of Heaven (1867-1881), Walla Walla, WA
Box 54 Doukhobor (1899- ), Transcaucasus, Russia and Manitoba, Canada
Ebenezer Society, or the Society of True Inspiration
See Amana Society
Eclectic Phalanx
See Virginia Phalanx
Box 54 Eden Society (1907-1908), Baxter Springs, KS
Box 54 Ephrata Colony, or the Solitary Brethren of the Community of the Seventh Day Baptists (1732-1770), Ephrata, PA
Box 54 Equality, or Brotherhood of the Cooperative Commonwealth (later reorganized as Freeland) (1897-1907), Equality, Skagit County, WA
Box 54 Equality Industrial Association (1899?-1901?), Patawattomie County, OK
Box 54 Esoteric Fraternity (1893?-1907), Applegate, CA
Box 55 Fairhope Industrial Association (1895-present), Fairhope, AL - "The Fairhope Courier"
Box 55 Farist Community (18707), Monticello, MN
Box 55 Farmers and Mechanics Co-operative Association (1870?), Missouri
Box 55 Farmers' Incorporated Co-operative Society (1889-1902?), Rockwell, IA
Box 55 Freedom Colony (1897-1905), Fulton, Bourbon County, KS
Box 55 Freeland Association (formerly Equality, or Brotherhood of the Cooperative Commonwealth) (1901-1907), Holmes' Harbor, Whidby Island, WA
Box 55 Friendship Community (1872-1877), Buffalo, Dallas County, MO
Fullerites
See Adonai Shomo Corporation
Box 55 Gibbs Cooperative Colony (1901-1907), Gibbs, Santa Cruz County, CA
Box 55 Golden Life Community (1907), Independence, MN
Box 55 Gospel Trumpet Publishing Co., Moundsville, WV
Great Western Co-operative Home-Building Association
See Buena Vista Colony
Box 56 Harmony Co-operative Industrial Association (1906?), East Assiniboia, Canada
Box 56 Harmony Society (1805-1814), Harmony, Butler County, PA
Harris, Thomas Lake
See Brotherhood of the New Life
Box 56 Helicon Home Colony (1906-1907), Englewood, NJ
Box 56 Holy Band (1903?), Maysville, Brown and Adams counties, KY
Box 56 Holy Rollers
Home Colony
See Mutual Home Association
Box 56 Home Employment Co-operative Company (1894-ca. 1906), Long Lane, MO
Box 56 Home Industrial College (1901), Devers, Liberty County, TX
Box 56 Hopedale Community, or Fraternal Community No. 1 (1842-1867), Hopedale, MA
Box 56 House of David (1903-1928), Benton Harbor, MI
Box 56 Hutterite communities
See also Mennonite and Moravian communities
Box 56 Icarian Community (1847-1895), Nauvoo, IL and Iowa
Box 56 Industrial Brotherhood (18987), ME
Industrial College
See Home Industrial College
Jackson, James
See Our Home on the Hillside
Box 56 Jerusalem, or the Society of Universal Friends (1788-1820), Jerusalem, NY
Box 56 Kaweah Co-operative Colony (1885-1891), Tulare County, CA
Kinderfarm
See Ozark Kinderfarm
Box 57 Koreshan Unity - Estero (1894-present), Estero, Lee County, FL
Box 57 Labadist Colony (1683-1727), Cecil County, MD
Labor Exchange Colony
See Freedom Colony
Box 57 League of Brotherhoods (1900), Syracuse, Onondaga County, NY
Box 57 Le Claire Village (1890-19187), Edwardsville, IL
Box 57 Life Culture Society (1904), Los Angeles, CA
Box 57 Martha's vineyard Cooperative Colony (1906?), Vineyard Haven, MA
Box 57 Mennonite & Moravian communities
Box 57 Model City Colony (1899?), St. Joseph, MI
Box 57 Mutual Home Association, or the Home Colony (1898-1921), Carr Inlet, WA
Box 58 National Cash Register Co. (Dayton, Oh.)
Box 58 New Jersey Cooperative Association (1901-19047), Campgaw, Bergen County, NJ
Box 58 Newllano Co-operative Colony (1917-1938), Newllano, Vernon Parish, LA
Box 58 Niksur Co-operative Association (1899), Lawrence (now Wahkon), Lake Mille Lacs, MN
Box 58 Northampton Association of Education and Industry (1842-1846), Broughton's Meadows (now Florence), MA
Box 58 Oneida Community (1848-1881), Oneida, NY
Box 58 Ora Labora Community, or Christian German Agricultural and Benevolent Society of Ora Labora (1862-1868), Bay Port, MI
Box 58 Our Home on the Hillside, Dansville, Livingston County, NY
Box 58 Owen, Robert
Box 58 Ozark Kinderfarm (1907-1967), Licking, Texas County, MO
Rappists
See Harmony Society
Box 59 Reunion Community, or the True Family (1866-1870), Oronogo, MO
Right Relationship League
See Christian Commonwealth Colony
Box 59 Rochdale Cooperative Association of Missouri (19007), St. Louis, MO
Box 59 Roycrofters (1900-1915), East Aurora, NY
Box 59 Ruskin, John
Box 60 St. Nazianz Colony (1854-1874), St. Nazianz, Maintowoc County, WI
Box 60 Shaker communities
Box 60 Shalam (1884-1901), Dona Ana, NM
Selections from Oahspe - 7 pamphlets
Faithists' calendar
Box 60 Skaneateles Community (1843-1846), Mottville, Onondaga County, NY
Box 60 Snow Hill Nunnery, or Seventh Day Baptist Church of Snow Hill (1798-1870), Snow Hill, PA
Box 60 Social Reformers Cooperative Emigration Society (1843)
Box 60 Society of Women in the Wilderness (1694), PA
Box 60 Southwestern & Western Co-operative Farm, Manufacturing, and Transportation Colony (1901?), Star, ME
Box 60 Spirit Fruit Society (1899-1908), Lisbon, OH and Ingleside, IL
Box 60 Straight Edge Industrial Settlement (1899-1918), New York, NY
Box 61 Theosophists, Point Loma, CA
Box 61 Topolobampo Bay Colony (1884-1894), Topolobampo Bay, Mexico
Box 61 Trappists
Box 61 United Family (1896?), Worcester, MA
Box 61 Vegetarian Colony (1901?), Highland, NY
Box 61 Virginia Phalanx (1845-1850?), Gilmer County, VA
Wilkinson, Jemima
See Jerusalem
Box 61 Wisconsin Co-operative Union
Box 61 Wisconsin Phalanx (1844-1850), Ceresco (Ripon), WI
Box 61 Women's Commonwealth, or the Sanctificationists (1874-1906), Belton, TX and Washington, D.C.
Box 61 Zion City (1893-1906?) Chicago and Zion City, IL
Box 61 Zoar, or Society of Separatists of Zoar (1817-1898), Zoar, OH
Box 62 Hobart, Ann Sophronia Bailey (Skinner) 1870-1883, undated
1870 S 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 16 to Harriet H. Skinner
1871 Je 13 to Harriet N. Olds
Je 22 to Harriet N. Olds
O 27 to Harriet N. Olds
1873 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 5 to Charlotte M. Leonard
Ap 3 to Charlotte M. Leonard
1875 F 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
1876 D 8 to Harriet N. Olds
D 23 to Harriet N. Olds
1877 F 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 19 to Mary Louise Prindle?
F 21 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 22 to Tirzah C. Miller
1879 Ag 27 to Joseph J. Skinner
Ag 28 to Joseph J. Skinner
Ag 28 to Joseph J. Skinner
Ag 31 to Joseph J. Skinner
S 2 to Joseph J. Skinner
1883 F 7 to Maud K. Barron
Mr 3 to Joseph J. Skinner
Jl 2 to
[no year] Ag 16 to John F. Sears
[no year] Ag 16 to Beulah Hendee
undated to T. [Tirzah C. Miller?]
undated to T. [Tirzah C. Miller?]
undated to Mary Louise Prindle
undated to William A. Hinds
undated to Joseph J. Skinner
Hobart, Lily
See Sketchbook in Kinsley, Jessie: Writings
Box 62 Hollister, Loren 1855
Ap 16 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 62 Howard, Arthur 1849-1906
File of letters received by Arthur Howard from Harriet Howard, T.R. Noyes, W.A. Hinds, C. Cragin, and others
Box 62 Howard, Harriet 1859, 1883
1859 D 18 to Howard family (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
1883 Ag 31 to Maud K. Barron
Box 62 Hutchins, Elizabeth 1876-1882
1876 8 letters to Agnes Woolworth
1878 My 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
1879 Ja 17 to Mary Louise Prindle
1882 O 8 to William Hamilton
Box 62 Hutchins, John P. 1867-1885, undated
1867 School composition: Description of J.H.N. (original mss. + 3 typescript variants)
1882 My 25 to William A. Hinds
1885 Mr 11 to William A. Hinds
undated Class exercise (2 p. typescript)
Box 62 Inslee, Belle 1884
O 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 62 Inslee, Clifton Whatley 1890s
Letterhead invoice: Madison C. Agent for the Stearns Bicycles
Box 62 Inslee, Edward P. 1872-1894, undated
1872 Ag 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
1876 to James W. Towner
1877 Je 3 to Tirzah C. Miller ('suppressed')
Je 16 to 'Dear Friends'
1878 Je 16 to John Humphrey Noyes
Je 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 21 Covenant between John Humphrey Noyes and
Tirzah C. Miller re: Edward P. Inslee
Ag 4 to Edwin [Burnham]
1879 Ja 5 to John Humphrey Noyes
Mr 12 to John Humphrey Noyes
1880 Mr 23 to Tirzah C. Miller
1881 My 24 to Paul B. Inslee
Ag 7 to the Community
1884 Ja 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja 31 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
1894 N 10 to William A. Hinds
undated Photograph of Edward Inslee, Tirzah C. Miller, and child
Box 62 Inslee, William 1848
Speech to Rogers salesmen
Box 62 Inslee, William R. 1872, 1877
1872 D 26 to Harriet Matthews
1877 My 9 to Harriet Matthews Ag 17 to Harriet Matthews
Box 62 Johnson, Sarah E. 1873
1873 My 16 to Harriet Matthews
Box 62 Jones, Emma 1865-1880, undated
1865 My 10 to Beulah Hendee
1867 Jl 16 to Harriet N. Olds
1873 D 8 to Harriet N. Olds
1879 N 1 to Harriet N. Olds
D 11 to Harriet N. Olds
1880 Ja 16 to Harriet N. Olds
Ja 23 to Harriet N. Olds
undated fragment Joslyn, Charles S.
1867 5 7 to Hepworth Dixon
Box 62 Joslyn Eunice Y. undated
Book of manuscript poetry, 4 letters to Marcus L. Worden
Box 62 Joslyn, H. M. 1915
Notes made by Hope E. Allen
Joslyn, Harriet Eliza
See Allen, Harriet Eliza
Box 62 Joslyn, Sidney 1875, 1876
1875 Mr 23 to Beulah Hendee
1876 N 24 to Harriet N. Olds
Box 62 Kellog, Charles O. 1879-1894
1879 Mr 4 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 20 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 15 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 27 to Mary Louise Prindle
1862 Kellogg, Mary Elizabeth
1882-1894 File of letters to Maud K. Baron
Box 62 Kelly, Annie 1867-1879
1867 Je 23 to G. E. Cragin
1875 F 21 to Edwin Burnham
Ap 27 to Edwin Burnham--in G. N. Miller file
1878 Jl 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
1879 Ap 5 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ap 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
O 15 to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 62 Kelly, Dwight 1892-1893
File of letters to Dorothy Barron
Box 62 Kelly, Ida Kate 1866-1879
1866 Jl 29 to Annie Kelly
1867 Jl 16 to Annie Kelly
Jl 26 to Annie Kelly
D 6 to Annie Kelly
1873 N 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
1875 Ja 24 to Tirzah C. Miller
1877 Ap 18 to Annie Kelly
1879 Mr 3 to Annie Kelly
Je 19 to Mary Louise Prindle
N 24 to Annie Kelly
Box 62 Kelly, William G. 1878-1887, undated
Correspondence
1878 My 13 to Mary Louise Prindle
1886 Ap 30 to Fanny (copy) -- original in T.L. Pitt file
1887 Ja 16 "Attractive religion"
Writings
Autobiography (63 p.)
Box 62 Kinsley, Albert 1957
Reminiscences
Box 62 Kinsley, Corinna Ackley 1890-1938
1890-1892 File of letters to Maud K. Barron
1938 D 15 to Constance Noyes Robertson
Box 62 Kinsley, Edith 1892, 1952, 1958, undated
See also Sketchbook in Kinsley, Jessie: Writings
1892 O 12 to Dorothy Barron
N 12 to Dorothy Barron
1952 'The tulip tree' (essay)
1958 'Father' (34 pp.)
undated to Dorothy Barron
Box 62 Kinsley, Jane 1856-1888, undated
1856 Ja 12 to Marcus L. Worden
1878 Je 13 to Mary Louise Prindle
1888 Mr 26 to James B. Herrick
undated Criticism of Marcus L. Worden
Box 63 Kinsley, Jessie 1869-1938, undated
Correspondence
1869 Je 16 'School room'
1880 My 29 to Charlotte M. Leonard
1880 S 30 to Beulah Hendee
1899 Ag 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Hinds
D 9 to William A. Hinds
1919 S 3 to Charlotte Leonard
undated to Charlotte Leonard
Writings
'Memories of youth' (typescript & copy)
'Reflections on the braidings' by Hope Ackley Owen (copy)
Bedside book (1938)
Sketchbook (1872- )
'Community work' (1933)
Box 63 Kinsley, Josephine 1894
1894 F 26 to Dorothy Barron
Box 63 Kinsley, Margaret
'Recollections' and note on passage from Pierrepont B. Noyes's My father's house
Box 63 Kinsley, Martin 1947
1947 O 6 Funeral service
Box 63 Kinsley, Myron 1876-1881, undated
See also Kinsley, Edith: 'Father'
1876 D 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
1880 Ja 15 to 'Sister'
1881 D 24 to John Humphrey Noyes
'O.C. food shortage meals'
Box 63 Langstaff, Margaret undated
S to ?
O 22 to Naomi Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
Box 63 Lawton, M.E. 1862
Ja 15 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 63 Leonard, Charlotte M. 1867-1888, undated
Correspondence
1867 My 5 to Fanny M. Leonard
Jl 17 to Fanny M. Leonard
Jl 22 to Fanny M. Leonard
Ag 1 to Fanny M. Leonard
Ag 30 to Fanny M. Leonard
S 6 to Fanny M. Leonard
S 26 to Fanny M. Leonard
O 5 to Fanny M. Leonard
O 7 to Fanny M. Leonard
O 8 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 12 to Stephen R. Leonard
O 20 to Fanny M. Leonard (signed Flora?)
N 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 19 to Fanny M. Leonard
1869 Ja 28 to Fanny M. Leonard
F 8 to Fanny N. Leonard
F 22 to Fanny M. Leonard
Mr 22 to Fanny M. Leonard
Ap 8 to Fanny M. Leonard
Ap 30 to Fanny M. Leonard
Je 16 to Fanny M. Leonard
Jl 26 to Fanny M. Leonard
Ag 10 to Fanny M. Leonard
S 2 to Fanny M. Leonard
1871 Ap 23 to Fanny N. Leonard
1873 My 12 to Fanny N. Leonard
My 18 to Stephen R. Leonard
1877 Ja 1 to Charlotte N. Leonard [signed by Wallingford Community members]
1878 Je 10 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 21 to Stevie
1879 N 17 to Humphrey
1883 Mr 1 to Humphrey
Mr 5 to Humphrey
1884/85? to Harriet H. Skinner
1888 Mr 7 to Sarah K. Dunn
Mr 16 to Sarah K. Dunn
Mr 19 to Sarah K. Dunn
Mr 28 to Sarah K. Dunn
Ap 6 to Sarah K. Dunn
Ap 12 to Sarah K. Dunn
D 8 to William
[no year] F 23 to Humphrey
undated to Tirzah C. Miller
undated to Abel Easton
Writings
1870-1877 journal (typescript)
Box 63 Leonard, Fanny N. 1855-1901, undated
Correspondence
1855 D 14 to Marcus L. Worden
1856 Ja 9 to 'Putney Friends'
Ja 18 to Marcus L. Worden
Ja 23 to Marcus L. Worden
1867 My 5 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 15 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 21 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 10 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 15 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 1 to Charlotte M. Leonard
S 8 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 12 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 23 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 29 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 3 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 3 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 6 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 16 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 29 to Charlotte N. Leonard
N 17 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1868 5 2 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 28 to Charlotte N. Leonard
D 5 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1869 Ja 11 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ap 19 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ap 22 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Je 13 to Stephen R. Leonard
Je 21 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 19 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 25 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 7 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1871 Ap 13 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 4 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 10 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1873 Ap 17 to Harriet
Ap 27 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 4 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 11 to Harriet H. Skinner
My 18 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Je 2 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Je 3 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Je 4 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Je 15 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 7 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 9 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ag 5 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ag 12 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ag 24 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 15 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 5 to Charlotte M. Leonard
O 11 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 15 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 18 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 20 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 31 to Charlotte N. Leonard
N 9 to Charlotte N. Leonard
N 30 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1873? to Charlotte N. Leonard
1875 Mr 2 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 12 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ap 23 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Je 24 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1876 5 29 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1877 Ap 8 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1878 My 8 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 12 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 21 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 26 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Je 10 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 9 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 11 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 26 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1879 Ny 5 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ny 6 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 16 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 7 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ag 25 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 28 to Nary Louise Prindle
S 29 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 26 to Charlotte N. Leonard
N 4 to Charlotte N. Leonard
N 24 to Charlotte N. Leonard
N 28 to Charlotte N. Leonard
D 8 to Charlotte N. Leonard
D 17 to Charlotte N. Leonard
D 19 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1880 Ap 4 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 7 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 12 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 15 to Charlotte N. Leonard
undated to Ann Eliza
Writings
1851-54 Journal
1848-86 Commonplace book
1880-1901 Scrapbook [with extracts of J.H. Noyes's letters and talks]
Box 63 Leonard, John 1868
1868 Sketch of mop wringer (copy)
Leonard, Stephen R. (I) 1830-1888, undated
Box 63.1 Correspondence
183- S.R. Leonard's bookplate (copy)
1840 Jl 4 to John Humphrey Noyes
1844 F 27 to Fanny N. White
1847 entry in E.A. Campbell's Autograph album
1867 O 2 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1872 Ap 1 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ag 17 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ag 20 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1873 My 26 to Fanny N. Leonard
Jl 18 to James B. Herrick
1875 Ap 21 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1876 Jl 16 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 3 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 11 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O24 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1878 My 13 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Je 9 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 26 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1880 Mr 11 to Fanny N. Leonard
Je 13 to Fanny N. Leonard
1887 Mr 17 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1888 Ja 22 to Charlotte N. Leonard
undated to Charlotte N. Leonard
Oversize 2 Index of vault documents
Box 63.1 Writings
Recollections (copy)
Miscellaneous family records (copy)
Box 64 Leonard, Stephen R. (II) 1892-1956, undated
Correspondence
1892 Ja 11 to Dorothy Barron Ja 31 to Dorothy Barron
Recollections of O.C. members (copy; original in possession of Mary Leonard Beagle)
Writings
'Trees of olden time' in: Cornell Plantations X(3):46-47 (Spring 1954)
'On the age of trees' in Cornell Plantations XIII(2):21-23 (Winter 1956)
Octagon buildings of New York state. Rev. ed. Comp. by Ruby N. Rounds . . . from information and photographs supplied by S.R. Leonard. (Cooperstown, 1954)
Box 64 Lord, Joanna 1902
Journal (18 leaves)
Box 64 Lord, John 1874
'Colloquies with spirits' (12 p.)
Box 64 Macknet, Carrie A. 1870-1902, undated
1870 F 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
1872 Ap 17 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
1873 S 17 to Mary Louise Prindle
1874 Ap 14 to Harriet Matthews
1902 Ag 21 to Portia Underhill
S 5 to Portia Underhill
undated Thurs to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] My 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] Ag 25 to Mary Louise Prindle
undated Sun. to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 64 Mallory, Gibson 1851, undated
1851 D 5 to Marcus L. Worden and Baker
undated to Marcus L. Worden et. al. in John R. Miller file (D 1, 1851)
Box 64 Mallory, Sarah 1873, 1874
1873 D 30 to Harriet Matthews
1874 F 23 to Harriet Matthews
Box 64 Marks Family 1885-1909
File of 37 letters to William A. Hinds, with undated fragments at end
Box 64 Matthews, Harriet 1847-1877, undated
v.d. 8 letters to Charles Olds
1847 Ja 1 to Harriet Matthews from E.H. Matthews
[no year] Ap 23 to Harriet N. Olds
1864-1877 File of letters to Harriet N. Olds, with undated letters at end
1855-1857 Diary (typescript)
Box 64 Mears, John W. 1873-1880
File of 40 incoming letters (copies; originals in New-York Historical Society)
Box 64 Miller, Charlotte A. (Noyes) 1847-1872, undated
See also Sketchbook in Kinsley, Jessie: Writings
1847 entry in E.A. Campbell's Autograph album
1849 Je 11 to Marcus L. Worden
1854 Ag 4 to Marcus L. Worden
1865 Ny 6 to Beulah Hendee
1867 Jl to Harriet N. Olds
N 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
1868 F 21 to Tirzah C. Miller
1870 My 27 to James B. Herrick
1872 Mr 26 to Beulah Hendee
F 15 to Beulah Hendee
[no year] F 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] Jl 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
undated Sun. to Tirzah C. Miller
undated to Tirzah C. Miller
undated Mon. to Tirzah C. Miller
undated 2 letters to Marcus L. Worden
undated Thur to Tirzah C. Miller
undated to Tirzah C. Miller & Helen
undated to Beulah Hendee
[no year] Je 15 to Marcus L. Worden
undated Sat. to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] My 25 to Mary Louise Prindle
1866 Ap 15 Sketch entitled 'Light of the Lighthouse'
1851 Sketch of Old Mansion House (photograph)
undated 'The Brother's Pet' (pencil sketch + 2 copies)
undated Portrait of John Humphrey Noyes -- see Noyes, John H. : Writings
undated Photograph of sketch of Putney
Miller, George Noyes 1862-1909, undated
Box 65 Correspondence (outgoing)
1862 N 7 to Edwin Burnham
N 30 to Edwin Burnham
D 10 to Edwin Burnham
D 29 to Edwin Burnham
1865 Jl 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 1867 Ja 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 3 to Mary Louise Pindle
Jl 7 to Nary Louise Prindle
1869 Mr 29 to Nary Louise Prindle
Ag 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
1870 Jl 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 7 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 7 to C.A. Miller
1871 O 12 to Mary Louise Prindle
1872 Ja 21 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja 27 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 2 to Annie Kelly
1875 Mr 1 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 29 to Edwin Burnham
Ap 10 to Edwin Burnham
Ap 27 to Edwin Burnham (with Annie Kelly note to E.B.)
1876 Ap 15 to William A. Hinds
Jl 17 to Ida Kate Kelly
1877 Ap 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
.
1878 Ja 9 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 24 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 12 to James B. Herrick
Je 26 to Alfred Barron
Jl 18 to John Humphrey Noyes
Jl 31 to Tirzah C. Miller
1879 Ja 5 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 8 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 9 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 10 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 11 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 13 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 15 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 17 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 2 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
1880 Ja 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 25 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 22 to Mary Louise Prindle -- with N.L. Prindle letter to Tirzah C. Miller
N 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
1884 F 8 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 21 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 24 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 25 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 2 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 3 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 7 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 27 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 7 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 9 to [ ] Noyes
N 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 17 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 17 to Tirzah C. Miller -- p. 2 dated N 15, 1884
D 10 to Charlotte
1885 Ap 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 8 to Tirzah C. Miller
1887 Ja 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 5 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 11 to Charlotte N. Leonard
N 17 to James B. Herrick
N 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 21 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 23 to Mr. Hamilton
D 1 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
1888 Ja 29 to W.G. Kelly
Ja 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 1 to Mr. Ellis
F 1 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 7 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 8 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 11 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 24 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 26 to James B. Herrick -- in H.J. Seymour file (F 26, 1888 letter to J.B. Herrick)
Mr 1 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 31 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ny 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 22 to Tirzah C. Miller
1889 N 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
1896 Ap 3 to George Wallingford Noyes
1903 F 13 to Pierrepont B. Noyes
[no year] 5 12 to John Humphrey Noyes
[no year] My 1 to Tirzah C. Miller
undated Sun. to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] D 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
undated Thurs to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] Jl 25 to Tirzah C. Miller
undated to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 65 Correspondence (incoming)
Correspondence relating to The strike of a sex and Zugasassent's discovery
Miscellaneous incoming, 1889-1903, undated
Box 65 Artwork
Pen-and-ink drawing of 'Village of Niagara Falls'
Spoon sketches with draft of advertising copy
Box 65 Writings
"An episode"
"Perfectionists"
"Trip to East Aurora" and "Autobiographical sketch"
Autobiographic sketch (1845-1904)"
Untitled play (mss.)"
"True account of the formation of the great breathing trust and why it changed its name"
"Why Tom Jackson never married"
"The wings of riches"
"In Worcestershire" (corrected typescript)
"Strike of a sex" Dramatic version by Edward W. Bryant
The verses of a Community with notes" (1889)
"Religion of Community""
"Story of early O.C. life""
"Daily life in the Community"
Box 65 Published material
The dodo
The strike of a sex (1897
"Miss Marrett's sister" in Young's magazine (Dec. 1899)
"The dodo" in Youth's comDanion (Jl 8, 1909)
Zugassent's discovery (prospectus)
"The great" (10 copies)
Obituary of G.N. Miller in Jewler's Circular (7/7/1904)
Box 66 Miller, Helen Campbell 1867-1932, undated
1867 My 6 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Je 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
1869 Ag 2 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
1875 F 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
1877 Mr 6 to James B. Herrick
Ap 15 to James B. Herrick
1879 5 12 to James B. Herrick
S 21 to James B. Herrick
O 23 to James B. Herrick
O 24 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 5 to Tirzah C. Miller(?)
1880 Mr 27 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 8 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 7 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 8 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 10 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 20 to James B. Herrick
S 27 to James B. Herrick
O 7 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 22 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
1881 F 10 to James B. Herrick
1882 Ja 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 23 to Tirzah C. Miller
1883 Ja 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
1884 Ja 6 to Tirzah C. Miller--in James B. Herrick file
Ja 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
1887 Ja 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
undated Sun. to Tirzah C. Miller
undated Sun. to Tirzah C. Miller
1932 Ja 30 'Memories of O.C.' (incorrectly dated 1943)
Box 66 Miller, John R. 1851-1892
1851 D 1 to 'Dear Friends'--in Gibson Mallory file
1852 Ap 27 to Marcus L. Worden
Jl 16 to Marcus L. Worden
Jl 19 to Marcus L. Worden
1853 N 15 to Burnham
1854 Ap 6 to 'Dear Friends'
Box 66 Miller, Kenneth Hayes 1892
File of 13 letters to Dorothy Barron
Box 66 Miller, Otis 1859-1878
1861-1878 File of 12 letters from Putney relatives
1859-1860 Journal (70 leaves)
1861-1862 Journal (141 leaves)
Miller, Tirzah C. 1867-1893, undated
See also Sketchbook in Kinsley, Jessie: Writings
Box 66 Correspondence
1867 My 2 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 20 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 26 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 2 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 18 to Charlotte N. Leonard
D 19 to Mary Louise Prindle
1869 F 6 to George Washington Noyes
F 26 to George Washington Noyes
Mr 11 to George Washington Noyes
Mr 28 to George Washington Noyes
Jl 15 to George Washington Noyes
S 2 to Mary Louise Prindle
S 22 to George Washington Noyes--in George Washington Noyes file
O 27 to Mary Louise Prindle
N 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
N 19 to George Washington Noyes
1870 N 25 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 14 to George Washington Noyes
Ag 24 to Mary Louise Prindle
N 8 to Mary Louise Prindle
N 17 to Mary Louise Prindle
1871 F 23 to Mary Louise Prindle
1872 5 12 to Theodore R. Noyes
O 11 to John Humphrey Noyes
1875 Ja 14 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ja 14 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ja 27 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ja 29 to John Humphrey Noyes
F 2 to John Humphrey Noyes
F 3 to John Humphrey Noyes
F 12 to Edwin Burnham
Mr 28 to John Humphrey Noyes
1876 Jl 12 to Mary Louise Prindle
D 5 to Harriet H. Skinner
1877 Ny 25 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ag 10 to John Humphrey Noyes (2 drafts)
1878 Ap 2 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ap 4 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ap 21 to John Humphrey Noyes
Je 1 to John Humphrey Noyes
Je 2 to John Humphrey Noyes
Je 3 to John Humphrey Noyes
Je 13 to John Humphrey Noyes
Je 20 to John Humphrey Noyes
Je 20 to John Humphrey Noyes
Jl 24 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ag 9 fragment
S 8 to John Humphrey Noyes
D 16 to John Humphrey Noyes
1879 Ja 1 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 31 to Mary Louise Prindle
F 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ap 25 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 1 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 7 to James B. Herrick
Je 16 to James B. Herrick
Je 17 to James B. Herrick
Je 17 to James B. Herrick
O 15 to James B. Herrick
O 15 to James B. Herrick
O 18 to James B. Herrick
1880 Ja 14 to John Humphrey Noyes
Mr 19 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ap 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 17 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 31 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 20 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 26 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 9 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 23 to Mary Louise Prindle
O 28 to Mary Louise Prindle
N 8 to Theodore L. Pitt
N 29 to Mary Louise Prindle
1881 Ap 11 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ap 15 to Harriet H. Skinner
Jl 9 to John Humphrey Noyes
Jl 30 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ag 5 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ag 8 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ag 15 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ag 18 to John Humphrey Noyes
S 7 to John Humphrey Noyes
S 23 to John Humphrey Noyes
O 7 to John Humphrey Noyes
N 25 to John Humphrey Noyes
1882 Ap 27 to John Humphrey Noyes
My 4 to James B. Herrick
My 15 to John Humphrey Noyes
Je 3 to John Humphrey Noyes
Jl 6 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ag 8 to J(?)
S 15 to James B. Herrick
1883 Ja 18 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ja 18 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 22 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ja 29 to John Humphrey Noyes
Jl 23 to John Humphrey Noyes
1884 F 22 to Alfred Barron
Jl 28 to Harriet H. Skinner
Ag 11 to John Humphrey Noyes
N 29 to Mary Louise Prindle
D 2 to James B. Herrick
D 19 to James B. Herrick
1885 Ny 6 to John Humphrey Noyes
O 20 to Harriet H. Skinner
1886 Mr 19 to James B. Herrick
Ap 21 to Victor Noyes
1887 O 2 to Harriet H. Skinner
O 15 to James B. Herrick
1888 F 6 to George [N. Miller?]
F 13 to George [N. Miller?]
F 28 to Mr. Hamilton
Mr 6 to George [N. Miller?]
1893 Ja 14 to Gertrude Noyes
undated 7 letters to John Humphrey Noyes
undated to Edward [P. Inslee?]
undated to George Washington Noyes
undated 3 misc. fragments
Box 66 Writings
1867-1880 Diary
1867 N 17 "The transit of the trains"
1877 D 25 "Parentage at Oneida" (From Boston Index)
Other (misc. poetry, 1867 composition, etc.)
Box 66 Legal papers
Marriage license
1876 5 2 Agreement between Tirzah C. Miller and Edward P. Inslee
1878 Je 21 Covenant between John Humphrey Noyes and Tirzah C. Miller re: Edward P. Inslee (copy; original in John Humphrey Noyes file)
1879 N 4 Marriage license of James B. Herrick and Tirzah C. Miller
Box 66 Mills, William 1864-1865
1864 D 23 to Gerrit Smith (copy; original in Syracuse University's Gerrit Smith Coll.)
1865 Ja 2 to Gerrit Smith (copy; original in Syracuse University's Gerrit Smith Coll.)
Box 66 Nash family 1827-1945
Microfilm (35 mm.) of Evan Rupert Nash Collection at Stanford University (2 reels); guide to collection filed with film
Box 66 Nash, Ellen 1867-1879
1867 Jl 15 to Harriet N. Olds
1879 Ap 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ap 5 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ap 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ap 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ap 25 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ap 27 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 4 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 22 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 2 to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 66 Nash, Olive 1851?
Sketchbook
Box 66 Nash, Seymour W. 1867-1879
1867 Jl 14 to Harriet N. Olds
1877 Ap 3 to Harriet Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
Je 21 to Harriet Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
1879 Mr 28 to Beulah Hendee
Box 66 Newhouse, Eveliza 1852, undated
1852 O 12 to Marcus L. Worden
N 21 to Marcus L. Worden
undated 3 letters to Marcus L. Worden
[no year] O 27 to Marcus L. Worden
[no year] N 11 to Marcus L. Worden
[no year] D 27 to Marcus L. Worden
Newhouse, Nilford J. 1876, 1878, undated
See also Sketchbook in Kinsley, Jessie: Writings
Box 66 Correspondence
1876 Jl 17 to Harriet Matthews
1878 Ny 16 to Mary Louise Prindle
Oversize 2 Sketchbooks (photocopies - originals held by Oneida Community Mansion House)
Box 66 Newhouse, Sewell
Miscellaneous secondary material
Box 66 Norton, Frederick 1872, 1879
1872 Je 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
1879 My 22 to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 66 Norton, John N. 1879
Marriage application, license, and certificate
Box 67 Norton, Mrs.
"Notes"
Box 67 Noyes, Constance 1871-1882
1871 My 11 to Tirzah C. Miller
1880 Ap 8 to Tirzah C. Miller
1882 Jl 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 67 Noyes, George Wallingford 1879-1925
See also Archives (George Wallingford Noyes) (Boxes 1-3) for Oneida Community documents collected and transcribed by him
Correspondence
1879 Ja 25 to Irene Campbell Noyes
1880 Ag 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
1884 Mr 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 17 to Pierrepont B. Noyes
1885 Ja 7 to 'Pip' [P.B.Noyes]
Ja 15 to John Humphrey Noyes
F 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
188? to ?
1894 O 3 to Stephen R. Leonard (II)
1895 Ja 12 tp Irene Campbell Noyes
Ja 27 to Dorothy Barron
1896 Je 18 to Stephen R. Leonard (II)
1904 Mr 7 to James B. Herrick
N 9 James B. Herrick
1923-1925 File of correspondence with William Findlay, Basco, Illinois
Box 67 Writings
'An experiment in home education' (1914) (copy)
Noyes, George Washington 1847-1870, undated
Box 67 Correspondence
1847 entry in E.A. Campbell's Autograph album
186- to James B. Herrick
1864 Je 24 to Fidelia Burt
1865 Mr 28 to Portia Underhill
Ap 8 to Beulah Hendee
My 1 to 'Dear Sister' [Portia Underhill?]
1865 Ag 14 to Fidelia Burt
Je 26 to 'Dear Sister' [Portia Underhill?]
D 3 to Portia Underhill
D 25 to Portia Underhill
1866 Mr 18 to Portia Underhill
My 21 to Portia Underhill
Je 3 to Portia Underhill
Jl 24 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 3 to James B. Herrick
1867 Je 19 to John Humphrey Noyes
O 14 to Portia Underhill
D 1 to Charlotte N. Leonard
D 1 to Tirzah C. Miller
1868 F 13 to Beulah Hendee
Mr 3 to Tirzah C. Miller
1869 Ja 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja 15 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ja 31 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 3 to James B. Herrick
F 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 24 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 14 to James B. Herrick
Mr 31 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 10 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 21 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 14 to James B. Herrick
Ag 6 to James B. Herrick
S 13 to Harriet
S 18 to Tirzah C. Miller (with her reply)
N 2 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
1870 F 3 to Alfred Barron
F 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 3 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 27 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ny 12 to James B. Herrick
Jl 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
undated Wed. to Tirzah C. Miller
undated to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 67 Writings
1867 'Roads & river sketches' - Scrapbook with sketches
Box 67 Noyes, Gertrude 1885
Stone Cottage diary (7 p.)
Noyes, Harriet A. 1847-188, undated
Box 67 Correspondence
1847 Je 28 to Lovett (copy; original in Vermont Historical Soc.?)
1848 Ja 27 to Lovett (copy; original in Vermont Historical Soc.?)
Je 11 to Lovett (copy; original in Vermont Hist. Soc.?)
1852 F 24 to Marcus L. Worden--in Harriet N. Worden file
Mr 27 to Marcus L. Worden
Je 12 to Marcus L. Worden--in L. Burgess file
1860 Mr 17 to Charlotte
1862 Ja 1 to O.H. Miller
1864 Jl 14 to Harriet N. Olds
1865 Ja 10 to Beulah Hendee
Ja 30 to Beulah Hendee
Jl 12 to Charles Olds
O 1 to Beulah Hendee
1866 Ja 23 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja 31 to Mary Louise Prindle
S 9 to Beulah Hendee
1867 F 18 to Mary Louise Prindle
F 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 16 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 2 to Charlotte N. Leonard
D 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
1869 Ja 29 to James B. Herrick
1870 Ag 23 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 26 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1873 Mr 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 16 to James B. Herrick
Je 21 to Beulah Hendee
Ag 4 to Beulah Hendee
O 2 to Beulah Hendee
1875 Ap 5 to Beulah Hendee
Ap 20 to Beulah Hendee
Ap 27 to Beulah Hendee
My 29 to Beulah Hendee
Ag 19 to Beulah Hendee
S 23 to Beulah Hendee
O 5 to Beulah Hendee
N 29 to 'Friends'
N 29 to Beulah Hendee
D 23 to Beulah Hendee
1876 F 21 to Beulah Hendee
Mr 10 to Beulah Hendee
Mr 27 to Beulah Hendee
Ap 23 to Beulah Hendee
Ap 29 to Beulah Hendee
Ag 21 to Beulah Hendee
O 5 to Beulah Hendee
O 11 to Alfred Barron
O 19 to Beulah Hendee
O 27 to Beulah Hendee
1876 to Beulah Hendee
1877 My 1 to Harriet N. Olds
1878 Ny 5 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 13 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Je 28 to Theodore R. Noyes--in T.R. Noyes file
Je 29 to Nary Louise Prindle
1879 Ja 28 to Tirzah C. Miller (1877?)
Mr 9 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 28 to Beulah Hendee
Ag 12 to Beulah Hendee
S 5 to Beulah Hendee
S 24 to Beulah Hendee
1880 D 3 to Humphrey Noyes
1881 Mr to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
1882 Ja 27 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 26 to Beulah Hendee
Ap 1 to Beulah Hendee
Ap 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 17 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 23 to Tirzah C. Miller
1883 F 9 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Mr 3 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1884 Ja 19 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ap 6 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 10 to Harriet Matthews
My 22 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 2 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 7 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 8 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 11 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 12 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 19 to Charlotte N. Leonard
S 29 to Humphrey, Holton, George ("Dear Boys")
O 14 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 17 to Charlotte N. Leonard
N 27 to Charlotte N. Leonard
D 4 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1885 Ja 5 to Alfred Barron
Ap 6 to Beulah Hendee
1886 Ag 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
5 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 28 to Dorothy Barron
1887 Ja 9 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ja 10 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ja 18 to Charlotte N. Leonard
F 27 to James B. Herrick
Mr 17 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Mr 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 5 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 12 to Charlotte N. Leonard
My 18 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Ag 5 to Dorthea
Ag 30 to Beulah Barron
Ag 31 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 4 to Tirzah C. Miller (1881?)
1888 F 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 25 to Tirzah C. Miller
1891 Je 28 to Beulah Hendee
1893 F 8 to Maria [Barron?]
[no year] Ja 23 to Beulah Hendee
[no year] Mr 20 to Marcus L. Worden
[no year] Ap 1 to Beulah Hendee
[no year] Ap 12 to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] My 28 to Beulah Hendee
[no year] My 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] Je 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] Jl 8 to Mary
[no year] Jl 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] Jl 21 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] Ag 27 to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] S 2 to Marcus L. Worden
[no year] S 2 to Harriet N. Olds
[no year] S 13 to Charlotte N. Leonard
[no year] S 15 to Nary Louise Prindle
[no year] N 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
[no year] N 28 to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] D 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] D 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] D 24 to Charlotte N. Leonard
undated Sat. to Mary Louise Prindle (3 letters)
undated Sat. to Tirzah C. Miller
undated Sun. to Tirzah C. Miller
undated Sun. to Beulah Hendee
undated Mon. to Mary Louise Prindle
undated Mon. to Tirzah C. Miller
undated Mon. to Harriet N. Olds
undated Mon. to James B. Herrick
undated Tues. to Beulah Hendee
undated Wed. to Beulah Hendee
undated Thurs to Beulah Hendee
undated Thurs to Harriet N. Olds (3 letters)
undated Thurs to Mary Louise Prindle (3 letters)
undated Thurs to Charlotte N. Leonard
undated Fri. to Tirzah C. Miller
undated 2 letters to Beulah Hendee
undated 5 letters to Mary Louise Prindle
undated 3 letters to Harriet N. Olds
undated 5 letters to Tirzah C. Miller
undated 1 letter to John Humphrey Noyes
undated 1 letter to James B. Herrick
undated 1 letter to Charlotte N. Leonard
Box 67 Writings
"History of M.A.H. [i.e. Mary Ann Holton]"
"History of the printing business of the O.C." (mss.) 1872 Ny 31 Society to support & sustain Mother Noyes
[Wallingford Community Krack Regiment of Girls]
"Confession of faith and covenant of the Congregational Church in Westminster East Parish ..." (Bellows Falls, 1839) [with 4 p. mss. by Harriet A. Noyes]
Biographical sketch from Holton genealogy (1975)
Box 67 Noyes, Helen Campbell 1867, undated
1867 Jl 20 to Nary Louise Prindle
1869 Mr 28 to Mary Louise Prindle
1877 Jl 10 to Mrs. Gerrit Smith (copy; original in Syracuse University's Gerrit Smith Coll.)
1878 Jl 9 to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] Mr 15 to Mary Louise Prindle
[no year] D 11 to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 67 Noyes, Holton Van Velzer 1892
See also his A business history of Oneida Community Ltd. (Box 21)
D 9 to Dorothy Barron
Box 67 Noyes, Horatio Temple 1872, 1887
1872 N 22 to [Fidelia Dunn]
1887 O 17 to 'Dear Cousin'
Noyes, John Humphrey 1831-1885, undated
See also Guiteau, Charles
Box 68 Correspondence 1831-1880
1831 S 29 to Larkin G. Mead
1838 Ap 4 to Jonathan Burt
1847 entry in E.A. Campbell's Autograph album
1850 O 31 Manlius affairs'
1852 Ap 4 to Larkin G. Mead
Ap 19 to Brother Burnham
1855 F 13 to Harriet Worden
1857 D 25 Christmas greeting to 'Annie'
1861 F 17 to James B. Herrick
N 20 to Marcus L. Worden
1863 Ap 4 to Charles S. Joslyn
1864 D 28 to Gerrit Smith (copy; original in Syracuse University's Gerrit Smith Coll.)
1866 Je 20 to Beulah
1867 My 16 to George Washington Noyes
My 21 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 28 to Hepworth Dixon
1868 Ja 11 to Marcus L. Worden
1869 F 26 to George Washington Noyes in T.C. Miller file (3-28-1869)
Je 16 to Tirzah C. Miller(?) with Je 17 1869 on verso
1870 Ap 30 to Charlotte A. Miller -- with Charlotte A. Miller's reply
Je 29 to George H. Burnham -- in G.H. Burnham file
Ag 24 to R.D. Pease (copy; original in N.Y. State Library)
1871 F 7 to William A. Hinds
Mr 10 to James B. Herrick
My 2 to Harriet H. Skinner
1874 Ja 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 21 to Alfred Barron
1875 Ja 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja to Harriet H. Skinner
Ja 23 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 25 to James B. Herrick
Ap 1 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 21 to Humphrey
Je 21 to Tirzah C. Miller
1876 to Beulah
Mr 5 to Charles Nordhoff (copy; original in Massachusetts Historical Society)
Mr 8 to William A. Hinds
Mr 10 to William A. Hinds
Ap 15 to William A. Hinds
Jl 8 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 17 to Tirzah C. Miller
Jl 31 to ? about Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 9 telegram to Charles A. Cragin
Ag 17 to William A. Hinds?
N 12 to Alfred Barron
1877 Ja 20 to William A. Hinds
Mr 4 to William A. Hinds
Mr 31 to 'Dear H'
Je to Edward P. Inslee (for W.H. Woolworth's signature)
S 15 to John B. Niles (copy; original in Lilly Library, Indiana University)
1878 Mr 25 to Abel Easton
Mr 29 to Abel Easton
Ap 12 to Abel Easton
Ap 16 to Abel Easton
My 5 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 2 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 14 to Theodore L. Pitt
Je 17 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 18 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 21 Covenant between John Humphrey Noyes and Tirzah C. Miller re: Edward P. Inslee
Jl 20 to John Norton
Jl 24 to Tirzah C. Miller -- in T.C. Miller file
1879 Mr 28 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 10 to Abel Easton
My 14 to Abel Easton
My 21 note -- in Abel Easton file
Je 18 to Abel Easton
O to James B. Herrick
1880 Ja 23 to 'Council and Family'
F 27 to Harriet H. Skinner--with note from Harriet A. Noyes to Harriet H. Skinner
Ap 15 to Edmund Burke
Je 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 27 to Harriet Skinner
N 9 'Covenant of Peace'
Box 68 Correspondence 1881-1886, undated
1881 F 3 to Godfrey Noyes
Mr 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 30 to Mrs. Haworth
Jl 3 to Mr. Hamilton
Jl 31 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 1 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 17 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 21 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 23 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 25 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 3 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 27 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 29 to Tirzah C. Miller
to Harriet H. Skinner
1882 F 1 to James B. Herrick
F 10 to Harriet H. Skinner
Ap 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 22 to Frank Wayland-Smith
O 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
1883 Ja 16 to James B. Herrick
Ja 27 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja 27 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja 28 to James B. Herrick
F 8 to James B. Herrick
F 8 to James B. Herrick?
F 9 to James B. Herrick?
Mr 3 to Harriet H. Skinner
My 26 to Harriet H. Skinner
1884 F to ?
My 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
1885 My 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 25 to Tirzah C. Miller
undated 6 letters to Tirzah C. Miller
undated 2 letters to James B. Herrick
undated 2 letters to Charlotte [Charlotte M. Leonard?]
undated 1 letter to Mrs. Joslyn
undated 6 letters to unidentified recipients
v.d. Home Talks (scrapbook) v. 1: #1-67
Home Talks (scrapbook) v. 2 #68-183
Box 68 Niagara Copybook (index pages only filmed) 1880-1882
Box 69 Writings 1843-1885
Home Talks (scrapbook) v. 3: #184-
Home Talks
Portrait of J.H.N. by C.A. Miller (before 1840) (copy; original in KHC Collection)
Engraving (portrait from Home talks)
1881-1885 Niagara Journal and Stone Cottage Talks [recorded by Fanny M. Leonard]
"Memoir of Hon. John Noyes"
Box 70 Writings 1843-1885
1843 "All Perfectionists ought ..." (with Battle- axe letter and letter by Alexander Wilder) (transferred from C.N. Robertson Coll.)
N 23 to "Dear Friends" (transferred from C.N. Robertson Coll.)
1851 Jl 1 "The rights of the human mind"
Jl 7 "The surrender of our talents to God" (transferred from C.N. Robertson Coll.)
1852 D 21 "Our victories"
1853 Ja 22 "Labor and appetite" The Circular
(F 9, 1853), p. 99
1853 F 24 "Woman's rights"
1864 Ap 10 "Evening conversation"
1866 "The Kingdom of Heaven"
1867 "Studies on the fingerboard"
1867 F 26 "My marriage with Harriet A."
1875 F 24 "Continence"
1877 Ap 19 "A paper by Mr. Noyes"
1879 N 4 "The future of stirpiculture"
1880 Je 11 ["On free love"]
1880 N 09 "J.H.N.'s Covenant of Peace"
1881 F OS Introduction to THE STORY OF DANIEL HAYES CAPTIVITY
1881 "Niagara Falls as international city"
Mr "Mr. Noyes" justification of Winnie"
1882 Ja 19 "Gog and Magog"
Mr 21 "Mr. Noyes" first epistle to the Hebrews"
N 10 Home talk
N 15 "On multiplicity of crimes"
1883 Ja 25 "Education: a morning talk"
S 1 "The charitable and hopeful view of the social state of the Community"
1884 Ag 22 "How the essay on scientific propagation came to be written and published" (copy; original in Huntington Library)
S Note re: Tirzah C. Miller
1885 "God's bullets"
Mr 17 Evening talk
Mr 30 "Word from Mr. Noyes to Pierre"
Ag 13 "A talk to the young"
1866-1867 Home talks
Box 70 Writings undated
"Divinity of the will"
"Dorothy Draggletail"
"From Headquarters No. 1"
Niagara Falls writings:
J.H. Noyes to Mr. Porter "A study of the whirlpool"
"Paying prospects of the new boat"
"What reasons have we for believing that Niagara Falls will be a great city"
"On possession of this house"
"Sayings of J.H.N."
"Pauls gospel" ["Boccaccio"]
["Mr. Noyes's talk"]
"Steps of the ladder"
"The way to take criticism" Miscellaneous fragments
Writings (oversize)
Oversize 7 "The common chord of first, third, fifth and octave justified by the law of vibrations, and shown to be the rational origin of the common scale" undated
Oversize 2 "Prolongation of life: recovery of youth" and "Self-help and self-protection" undated
Box 70 Legal, Financial 1844-1870, undated
1844 F 26 Contract of partnership between John Humphrey Noyes, John R. Miller, George Washington Noyes, John L. Skinner
1878 Je 21 Covenant with Tirzah C. Miller re: Edward P. Inslee
1880 D 31 Articles of Agreement between John Humphrey Noyes and Oneida Community Ltd.
"The law of ejectment"
Stone Cottage property: statement
Sketch of John Humphrey Noyes's editorial desk (copy; original in KHC Coll.)
"Way marks in the life of J.H.N." (1862?)
1870 N 24 First Children's Hour (with Harriet H. Skinner)
Dartmouth Necrology
Clippings: Obituaries
Box 71 Noyes, John Humphrey (II) 1886-1928
1886 Niagara Diary
1892 O 11 to Dorothy Barron
1928 File of correspondence with Peter Stuck (Amana Society) re: reorganization into joint stock
Box 71 Noyes, Miriam T. (Earl) 1877-1914
Sketchbook (copy; original in KHC Coll.)
1877-1914 Family scrapbooks (copy)
1896 D 26 to Dorothy Barron
1898 N 24 to Dorothy Barron
Box 71 Noyes, Pierrepont B. 1894-1951, undated
1894 N 14 to Stephen R. Leonard (II) N 23 to Stephen R. Leonard (II)
1909-1912 Correspondence with S.R. Leonard (II)
1950 Ag 25 to Agents
Ag 28 to friends (copy)
undated "On the 1st of May
71 Noyes, Polly
1951 O 23 to Marcus L. Worden
undated to Tirzah C. Miller
undated to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 71 Noyes, Rhoda Hero Burnham Dunn 1915, undated
1915 My 11 "Letter on theological subjects to F.W.
Frankland from a granddaughter of the founder of the Oneida Community" (4 p.)
Noyes, Theodore R. 1863-1902, undated
See also Sketchbook in Kinsley, Jessie: Writings
Box 71 Correspondence
1863 D 14 to Arthur Towner
1865 Ag 2 to George E. Cragin
Ag 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
1866 Ap 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 20 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 7 to Tirzah C. Miller
5 30 to Mary Louise Prindle
N 25 to Alfred Barron
1867 Ja 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ja 27 to Mary Louise Prindle
F 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 2 to Mary Louise Prindle
Mr 10 to Tirzah C. Miller
My 8 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 27 to George Washington Noyes
Jl 8 to Mary Louise Prindle
1868 F 12 to Beulah Hendee
D 17 to Mr. Elliot
1869 Mr 20 to David S. Wells, Commissioner of Revenue (copy)
Ag 2 to G.F. Barker
Ag 4 to G.F. Barker
1870 Mr 21 to Mary Louise Prindle (1879?)
1872 Ap 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
Je 1 to Editor, Journal of Applied Chemistry
O 5 Statement from Our Home Hygenic Institute
1875 Mr 24 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ap 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
1876 Je 30 to Epes Sargent
Jl 17 to Epes Sargent
Ag 7 to Mary Louise Prindle
N 25 to Tirzah C. Miller
1877 My 30 to James B. Herrick
1878 My 9 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 27 to Harriet A. Noyes
(with H.A.Noyes to T.R.Noyes)
Je 29 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 9 to John Humphrey Noyes
Jl 17 to J.J. Skinner
1879 F 9 to John Humphrey Noyes
F 14 to John Humphrey Noyes
My 26 to Mary Louise Prindle
1880 S 19 to John Humphrey Noyes
N 28 to Mary Louise Prindle
1881 Mr 11 to James B. Herrick
1884 S 21 to George Wallingford Noyes
O 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
1888 Mr 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
189? to ?
1891 S 13 to Anita Newcomb McGee (copy; original at Kinsey Institute)
1892 Ap 15 to Anita Newcomb McGee (copy; original at Kinsey Institute)
D 14 to Mary Louise Prindle
1893 F 22 to William A. Hinds
Ap 17 to William A. Hinds
D 13 to William A. Hinds
1894 Ap 17 to William A. Hinds
N 16 to Stephen R. Leonard (II)
N 19 to William A. Hinds
D 9 to William A. Hinds
D 13 to William A. Hinds
D 15 to William A. Hinds
D 18 to William A. Hinds
1895 Ja 16 to William A. Hinds, Kinsley, and Kellog
F 21 to William A. Hinds, Kinsley, and Kellog
F 26 to William A. Hinds
Ap 2 to Rose Wright Bryan
Ap 2 to William A. Hinds
Ap 24 to William A. Hinds
1899 D 8 to William A. Hinds
1901 Mr 9 to Dorothy Barron
Ag 23 to Theodore R. Noyes from former O.C. member
1902 F 19 to G.N. Miller
Mr 2 to William A. Hinds
O 15 to William A. Hinds
Box 71 Writings
"Report on nervous diseases in the Oneida Community"
(copy) Medical Gazette 5:253-258 (1870)
The Graphic (Je 21, 1876)
Miscellaneous works: o Pencil rubbing. o Drawing of O.C. (copy) o Penmanship books (2) o Untitled play.
Miscellaneous Yale College material
Medical lectures, 1864-1865
Notebook, 1864-1865
Catalogue of Medical Institution of Yale College, 1864-65.
Order of exercises at the Commencement (1867)
Box 71 Noyes, Victor C. 1866-1875
1866 Ag 30 to Gerrit Smith (copy; original in Syracuse University's Gerrit Smith Coll.)
1869 N 7 to Gerrit Smith (copy; original in Syracuse University's Gerrit Smith Coll.)
1875 F 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 72 Olds, Charles 1848-1886, undated
1848 O 27 to Silas Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
1863 Je 7 to Silas Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
1871 Ap 27 to 'Dear Friends' (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
undated poem (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
[no year] My 1 to Silas Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
1867-1891 File of letters to Harriet Matthews
1862-1873 File of letters to Harriet N. Olds
1874-1878 File of letters to Harriet N. Olds
1850-1852 Notebook
1853-1855 Notebook
1879 Notebook
1863 Diary
1886 Diary
undated Business card
Box 72 Olds, Harriet Noyes 1862-1847, undated
1862 Je 5 to Abigail Kellogg
1875 O 5 to Harriet Matthews
1874 Diary
[no year] O 21 fragment
Miscellaneous writings
Box 72 Otis, Emily 1857-1878, undated
1857 Jl 17 from [?]
1861 F 13 from Hannah Otis
1864 N 2 to Beulah Hendee
N 9 to Beulah Hendee
in Beulah Hendee file
D 20 to Beulah Hendee
1865 F to Beulah Hendee
Mr 1 to Beulah Hendee
Jl to Beulah Hendee
1866 Ap 26 to Portia Underhill
Ap 26 to Beulah Hendee
1867 N 25 to Harriet N. Olds
1868 F 13 to Beulah Hendee
My 5 to Beulah Hendee
1876 Ag 14 to Beulah Hendee
D 4 to Harriet
1877 Ap 12 to Beulah Hendee
O 30 to Charles A. Cragin
1878 Ja 4 from [?]
undated to [?] (JHN? with a reply)
undated Ag to Charles A. Cragin
Box 73 Perry, William H. 1839, 1851
1839 Mr 21 to Jonathan Burt
1851 Ap 7 to Marcus L. Worden
Pitt, Theodore L. 1878-1889, undated
Box 73 Correspondence
1878 Je 5 to James B. Herrick
Je 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
1879 My 21 note -- see Abel Easton file
1880-1882 letters in John Humphrey Noyes's Niagara Copybook
1881 D 4 to Alfred Barron
o 15 to Alfred Barron
1882 Ja 18 to Alfred Barron
Mr 31 to Alfred Barron
Ap 27 to Alfred Barron (2 letters)
My 30 to Alfred Barron
Jl 1 to Boston Post Master
Jl 14 to Alfred Barron
1886 Ap 30 "Interview with J.H. Noyes"
1888 F 4 to George N. Miller (41 p.)
1889 Ja 12 to Alfred Barron?
undated to 'Dear Friends'
Complex marriage hymn (copy)
Statement about rumors
Box 73 Writings
"The Oneida Community: as it is now, and how it became so" Letter to the Editor, The Health Monthly (July, 1886) p. 10-
"Koinonia: the socialism of Jesus" (18 p.)
"The Parousia" (1910) (271 p. typescript)
Niagara Falls "Review" Extra (N 4, 1887)
Box 73 Pomeroy, Mary O. 1867-1868, undated
1867 Jl 16 to Harriet N. Olds
1868 F 18 to Beulah Hendee
[no year] Je 10 to Harriet Matthews
undated Sat. to Harriet N. Olds
Box 73 Prindle, Mary Louise 1864-1909, undated
1864 Ag 8 to Harriet N. Olds
1867 Ja 4 to Theodore R. Noyes
Mr 10 to Theodore R. Noyes
My 2 to Charlotte M. Leonard
My 21 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 3 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1868 Ja to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 18 to Stephen R. Leonard (with S.R. Leonard to C.M. Leonard)
1869 Ja 11 to John Humphrey Noyes
F 5 to Theodore R. Noyes
Ag 27 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 3 to Charlotte M. Leonard
S 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
1870 Jl 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ag 20 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 10 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
1871 F 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
1875 F 14 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
1877 Mr 12 to Harriet N. Olds
Mr 30 to Harriet N. Olds
Jl 4 to William A. Hinds
1878 Jl 1 to Theodore R. Noyes
Jl 19 to John Humphrey Noyes
Jl 20 to John Humphrey Noyes
Ag 5 to Charlotte M. Leonard
Ag 8 to Charlotte M. Leonard
1879 F 5 to Beulah Hendee
Mr 1 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ap 12 to G.N. Miller
Ap 24 to Aunt Helen
My 5 to Beulah Hendee
My 8 to Harriet H. Skinner
1880 Ap 1 to Tirzah C. Miller (2 letters)
My 25 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 25 to Tirzah C. Miller in G.N. Miller file (10-22-80)
O 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 25 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
1882 O 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 16 to Beulah Hendee
N 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 23 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 29 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1883 Ja 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja 20 to 'Friend'
F 1 to Mr. H.
F 7 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Mr 1 to James B. Herrick
1884 N to James B. Herrick
N 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 23 to John Humphrey Noyes (with John Humphrey Noyes's reply & note to William A. Hinds)
N 27 to Tirzah C. Miller
1887 N 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
1893 Ja 25 to ?
F 6 to ?
F 19 to Tirzah C. Miller
1895 Ja 30 to Tirzah C. Miller Herrick (extract)
1896 Ja 9 to George Wallingford Noyes
1906 Je 10 to O.C.L. Directors
1907 Je 14 to Pierrepont B. Noyes
1909 F 22 to G.N. Miller
undated 2 letters to John Humphrey Noyes
undated 2 letters to Theodore R. Noyes
undated 3 letters to Tirzah C. Miller
undated 2 letter to James B. Herrick
Box 73 Ransom, Charles A. 1876-1877
1876 O 12 to Harriet H. Skinner
1877 Ja 23 to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 73 Reeve, Gaylord 1878-1880, undated
1878 Ap 1 to Mary Louise Prindle
1880 Ap 3 to Charlotte M. Leonard?
1880 Je 26 to Charlotte N. Leonard
N 10 to Lily Cragin
undated to Emily Otis
Box 73 Reeve, Martha 1874-1879
1874-1879 Diary
73 Reid, Charlotte A.
1876 O 28 to Mary Louise Prindle
1878 My 12 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 25 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 8 to Mary Louise Prindle
Jl 9 to Mary Louise Prindle
O 30 to Mary Louise Prindle
1879 Ja 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 73 Reynolds, James 1843-1870
File of 22 letters to James Reynolds from family
Box 73 Richards, Charles 1915
"Eugenics tried by Oneida Community" (clipping)
Box 73 Robinson, Annie undated
Biographical information
Box 73 Sears, Ann Cooley 1852, 1855
1852 F 22 to 'Friends in Putney'
1855 My 2 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 73 Sears, John 1877-1880, undated
1877 My 23 to Beulah Hendee
Je 5 to Beulah Hendee
Jl 6 to Beulah Hendee
1878 5 29 to Beulah Hendee
O 9 to Beulah Hendee
O 14 to Beulah Hendee
N 3 to Beulah Hendee
N 6 to Beulah Hendee
N 30 to Beulah Hendee
D 6 to Beulah Hendee
D 18 to Beulah Hendee
D 19 to Beulah Hendee
D 29 to Beulah Hendee
1879 Ja 12 to Beulah Hendee
Ja 17 to Beulah Hendee
F 4 to Beulah Hendee
F 10 to Beulah Hendee
F 12 to Beulah Hendee
F 18 to Beulah Hendee
F 22 to Beulah Hendee
F 28 to Beulah Hendee
Mr 3 to Beulah Hendee
Mr 9 to Beulah Hendee
Mr 11 to Beulah Hendee
Ap 10 to Beulah Hendee
Ap 26 to Beulah Hendee
My 10 to Beulah Hendee
My 25 to Beulah Hendee
Je 9 to Beulah Hendee
1880 Ja 21 to Beulah Hendee
[no year] D 22 to Beulah Hendee
Box 73 Seymour, Chloe 1869, undated
1869 Ja 31 to Harriet N. Olds
undated to Harriet N. Olds
Box 73 Seymour, Henry J. 1851-1903, undated
1851 Mr 6 to Marcus L. Worden
1867 O 10 to Woolworth
1878 Jl 26 to Mary Louise Prindle
1888 F 11 to W.G. Kelly (16 p. letter with extracts of a second letter)
F 26 to James B. Herrick
Mr 4 to James B. Herrick
1903 Mr 22 to Elbert Hubbard (copy)
undated to Manlius Friends
Box 73 Seymour, Tryphena 1861-1862
1861 Ja 1 to Marcus L. Worden
N 7 to Marcus L. Worden
D 1 to Marcus L. Worden
D 18 to Marcus L. Worden
1862 Ja 19 to Marcus L. Worden
F 6 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 73 Sibley, Phoebe 1867, 1879
1867 Jl 16 to Harriet N. Olds
1879 F 9 to Naomi Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
Box 74 Skinner Family undated
1 folder miscellaneous material
Box 74 Skinner, Harriet H. 1847-1890, undated
Correspondence
1847 entry in E.A. Campbell's Autograph album
Je 28 to Lovett (copy; original in Vermont Historical Soc.?)
1848 Ja 27 to Lovett--see Harriet A. Noyes file
1849 F 22 to Marcus L. Worden--in Mary E. Cragin file
1890 Ag 12 to Theodore Skinner
File of letters to Tirzah C. Miller
File of letters to Harriet N. Olds, Beulah Hendee, Alfred Barron, E.H., Hamilton, Mrs. Dunn, Mary J. Nead, J.L. Skinner
File of letters to stirpicults (Humphrey, Gertrude, George)
File of letters to John Humphrey Noyes and Harriet A. Noyes
File of letters to Charlotte M. Leonard
File of letters to Mary Louise Prindle
File of letters to James B. Herrick
File of letters to Marcus L. Worden
Unidentified fragments
Writings
Genealogical account
Box 74 Skinner, John L. 1820-1877
Correspondence
182- to Chloe Skinner
1821 D 2 to Chloe Skinner
1822 A 18 to Avery Skinner
1823 My 19 to Chloe Skinner
1833 O 1 to Albert G. Skinner
1847 entry in E.A. Campbell's Autograph album
1851 Ja 30 to Marcus L. Worden
F 8 to Marcus L. Worden
F 21 to Marcus L. Worden
Ap 4 to Marcus L. Worden
Ap 10 to Marcus L. Worden
Ap 17 to Marcus L. Worden
1852 Je 13 to Marcus L. Worden
1854 Je 8 to Marcus L. Worden
1865 My 1 to Harriet Matthews
1871 D 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
1875-1878 File of letters to E.A. Wallbridge, Ezra Yoder, Lucy Haworth
1873-1879 File of E.A. Wallbridge's letters to J.L. Skinner
1876 Ag 15 to Harriet Matthews
1877 Mr 26 to Benjamin Ellis
Writings
1820-1838 Early verse & misc. writings
1834-1838 Journal (copy)
1835-1837 Journal
1838-1841 Journal
1840? Journal
1840? "Battle-axism" Journal
1852-1855 Journal o 1855 Journal
1858-1865 Diary fragments
1866 Journal
1863 "Progress in the Community"
Box 74 Skinner, Joseph J. 1865-1902
1865 Ja 13 poem addressed to Tirzah C. Miller
1869 Mr 14 to James B. Herrick
1870 Ja 24 to James B. Herrick
1873-1875 Journal (copy)
1879 Ag 23 Francis A. Walker telegram to J.J.S.
Ag 27 Stanley Rule & Level Co. to J.J.S.
1881 Ap 15 William Parker telegram to J.J.S.
1895-1902 File of 18 letters to William A. Hinds
Writings: o v.d. Miscellaneous offprints of scientific papers o 1873 Record of J.J. Skinner after leaving O.C. (copy) [misidentified as Theodore Skinner]
Box 74 Skinner, Theodore H. 1875-1897
1875-1883 Diary
1883 Mr 4 to Joseph J. Skinner
1896 F 21 to William A. Hinds
1897 F 19 to William A. Hinds
F 19 to Oneida Community Ltd.
Box 74 Skinner, Viola 1928, 1942
1928 N 15 to Hope E. Allen
1942 "Viola and Theodore . . .
Box 75 Smith, D. Edson 1900-1909
File of 6 letters to William A. Hinds
Box 75 Smith, E. Deming 1887-1907
1887 5 4 to George
1887-1908 File of 5 letters to William A. Hinds
1902-1907 File of letters to Mrs. H. G. Allen
Box 75 Smith, Sarah Frances 1870-1871, undated
1870 Ap 28 to Harriet
Jl 14 to Harriet N. Olds
S 13 to Harriet N. Olds
S 20 to Harriet N. Olds
O 6 to Harriet N. Olds
1871 Ja 8 to Harriet N. Olds
Ap 20 to Harriet N. Olds
S 19 to Libbie Kellogg
undated to Harriet N. Olds
Box 75 Stillman, E.A. 1837
O 15 to John Humphrey Noyes
Box 75 Story, S. A. 1878-1890
1878 My 12 to Mary Louise Prindle
1880 My 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
1882 Ag 13 to Tirzah C. Miller
1887 O 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
1890 Ag 22 to Maria Barron
Box 75 Sweet, Martin P. 1843
F 8 to Jonathan Burt
Box 75 Thacker, Henry 1880
Ag 15 to James B. Herrick
Box 75 Thayer, Henry W. 1850
N 13 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 75 Thayer, Lucy Ann 1867-1880, undated
v.d. File of 24 letters to Marcus L. Worden
1867 Je 20 to Silas and Naomi Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
1867 Jl 16 to Harriet
1871 Ja 29 to Naomi Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
Ap 23 to Naomi Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
1875 F 17 to Tirzah C. Miller
1877 F 9 to Naomi Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
1878 My 20 to Mary
1880 D 2 to James B. Herrick
undated to Mary Louise Prindle
Tinsley, William
See Barron, Maria: letter to Dorothy Barron Leonard (Ja 18, 1910)
Towner, James W. 1874-1909
Box 75 Correspondence
1877 Jl 22 to Tirzah C. Miller
1878 My 31 to Charlotte M. Leonard
Je 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
Je 10 to Charlotte N. Leonard
Jl 11 to Mary Louise Prindle
1879 Ja 26 to John Humphrey Noyes with his reply
1893 O 25 to Frederick W. Frankland
1909 Ag 5 to William A. Hinds
Box 75 Writings
Circular series on contracts
"Essay on Community property" (Ap 22, 1874)
Box 75 Towner, Martha Reeve 1874-1879
Journal (typescript)
Box 75 Tuttle, Frank W. 1870, 1875
1870 Mr 7 to Tirzah C. Miller
1875 Ap 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 75 Underhill, Portia 1869-1906, undated
1869 F 21 to Mary Louise Prindle
1871 O 1 to Beulah Hendee
1873 O14 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 3 to Beulah Hendee
1874 My 14 to Grovy
1876 Jl 9 to Mary Louise Prindle
Ag 7 to Beulah Hendee
1877 Ja 21 to Mary Louise Prindle
1880 Ap 25 to Charlotte
1895 F to Grovie
undated to John Humphrey Noyes
undated 2 letters to Beulah Hendee
[no year] 5 3 to Harriet
[no year] 5 15 to Beulah Hendee
1900-1906 File of family correspondence
Box 75 Underwood, C. W. 1867-1884
See also 1865 description of visitor--(Box 16)
1867 Jl 16 to Harriet N. Olds
1876 Jl 30 to Tirzah C. Miller
1877 Jl 16 to Harriet N. Olds
1884 Ap 11 to Tirzah C. Miller
Box 75 Vaill, James S. 1871, 1882
1871 F 8 to James B. Herrick
1882 Clipping re: arson trial
Box 75 Van Velzer 1894
F 5 from Judge G.A. Forbes re: Van Velzer case
Box 75 Van Velzer, Lyman 1856
Mr 10 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 75 Van Velzer, Sarah undated
Criticism of Marcus L. Worden
Box 75 Walbridge, Eliza Ann 1873-1879
1873 Ag 22 to Uncle John
1873-1879 File of letters to John L. Skinner
Box 75 Warne, Henry 1875-1914
1875 O 25 to Alfred Barron
1901 F 9 to Portia Underhill Allen
1914 Ja 15 Obituary from Utica Dailv Press
Box 75 Waters, Hial 1857, undated
1857 Ja 14 to Marcus L. Worden
[no year] 5 20 to Silas and Naomi Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
Box 75 Waters, Louisa T. undated
to Beulah Hendee
Wayland-Smith, Francis 1865-1899
Box 76 Correspondence
1865 My 24 to George E. Cragin
Je 2 to George E. Cragin
Je 27 to George E. Cragin
1872 O 4 to Tirzah C. Miller
1873 Ja 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
Ja 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
F 16 to Tirzah C. Miller
Mr 24 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 6 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 23 to Tirzah C. Miller
1875 F 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
1876 O 18 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 2 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 3 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 7 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 15 to Tirzah C. Miller
1879 F 27 to John Humphrey Noyes
Je 27 to Mary
1880 My 5 to Tirzah C. Miller
N 26 to Tirzah C. Miller
D 12 to Tirzah C. Miller
1893 F 23 to William A. Hinds
Ag 29 to William A. Hinds
1897 S 15 to F.W. Frankland
1899 Ap 7 to William A. Hinds
Box 76 Writings
"What held the O.C. together"
1877-1902 Diary (copy)
Box 76 Wayland-Smith, Gerard undated
Mr 11 to Dorothy Barron
Box 76 Wayland-Smith, Louis 1955
Reminiscences
Box 76 Whitfield, Elizabeth 1867
Jl to Harriet N. Olds
Box 76 Whiting, Flora 1867-1878
1867 S 26 to Fanny M. Leonard
O 6 to Fanny N. Leonard
1869 Ja 16 to Fanny N. Leonard
1876 Jl 3 to Fanny N. Leonard
Jl 9 to Fanny M. Leonard
Jl 28 to Fanny M. Leonard
Ag 7 to Fanny M. Leonard
1877 Mr 11 to Fanny N. Leonard
1878 My 13 to Charlotte(?)
Box 76 Woolworth, Arabelle 1878
O 21 to Mary Louise Prindle
Box 76 Woolworth, Emma C. undated
[no year] S 15 to Mrs. Joslyn
[no year] S 23 to Mrs. Joslyn
Box 76 Woolworth, William H. 1867-1904, undated
1867 Jl 16 to Harriet N. Olds
1871 Ap 27 to Howard family(?) (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
Ag 15 to Naomi Howard (copy; original in Amherst College Library)
1877 Je 21 to Theodore R. Noyes
1878 Ap 7 to Tirzah C. Miller
1879 My 3 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 5 to Mary Louise Prindle
My 6 to Mary Louise Prindle
O 29 to James B. Herrick
1881 Ag 28 to James B. Herrick
1893 O 26 to William A. Hinds
O 30 to William A. Hinds
1894 O 13 to William A. Hinds
D 5 to William A. Hinds
1895 Ja 10 to William A. Hinds
Ja 20 to William A. Hinds
Ja 30 to William A. Hinds
1896 Je 9 to William A. Hinds
O 21 to Mrs. Inslee
O 21 to William A. Hinds
1897 Ja 22 to William A. Hinds
Ap 12 to William A. Hinds
1898 Je 19 to William A. Hinds
Ja 21 to William A. Hinds
1900 F 3 to William A. Hinds
N 21 to William A. Hinds
D 25 to William A. Hinds
1901 Ja 27 to William A. Hinds
Ag 27 to William A. Hinds
N 25 to William A. Hinds
1902 Ja 14 to William A. Hinds
My 20 to William A. Hinds
Je 29 to William A. Hinds
1903 My 30 to William A. Hinds
1904 Mr 12 to William A. Hinds
undated Mon. to Tirzah C. Miller
undated Tues. to Beulah Hendee
Worden, Cornelia 1867-1870, undated
Box 76 Correspondence
1867 My 1 to Charlotte N. Leonard
O 2 to Charlotte N. Leonard
1870 Je 19 to Charlotte N. Leonard
undated to Charlotte N. Leonard
Box 76 Writings
1847-1864 Diary
1851-1868 File of letters to Marcus L. Worden
1878 Diary (copy)
1909 Quadrangle article on trip to Putney
Box 76 Worden, Harriet 1852-1890, undated
Correspondence
1852 F 24 to Marcus L. Worden-(with Harriet A. Noyes note)
1855 O 4 to Marcus L. Worden
1862 Ja 28 to John R. Miller
1868 F 13 to Beulah Hendee
1869 S 9 to Tirzah C. Miller
S 14 to Harriet
1871 O 28 to Harriet H. Skinner
1876 Ja 26 to John Humphrey Noyes
Jl 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
O 8 to James W. Towner
1890 F 3 to Stella
[no year] O 28 to Tirzah C. Miller
1851-1867 File of letters to Marcus L. Worden
Writings
1868-1869 Diary--with unidentified mss.
Box 76 Worden, John Sweating 1854
F 7 to Marcus L. Worden
Box 76 Worden, Leander W. 1848-1876
File of letters to Marcus L. Worden
Box 77 Worden, Marquis (Marcus) de LaFayette 1842-1890, undated
1842 Ag 12 Receipt to Orvis Worden
1849 Ag 29 to ?
S 2 to ?
S 9 notes on criticism of Mr. Ackley
S 26 journal notes
N 13 to Sister Jane
D 5 notes
D 29 to William H. Cook
D 31 to George Cragin
185- 3 letters from Catherine L.B. (typescripts) with miscellaneous undated and dated fragments of incoming correspondence .
1850 Ja 27 to Mr. Abbott(?)
Ap 28 to Harriet Worden
S 11 to William H. Cook
1851 Mr 18 to Sister Jane
Mr 23 to Mr. Gibbs
O 30 to ?
N 12 to John Humphrey Noyes
1852 F 10 Receipt for burial expenses for Marcus L. Worden's wife
F 22 to Harriet Worden
Mr 28 to Sister Hannah
Mr 29 to Sister Hannah
1853 Ap 28 to Mr. Hollister(?)
Jl 31 to [sister?]
S 1 to Brooklyn Friends
S 1 to Brother Dean
1854 My 9 to Brother Dean
Jl 12 to Brother Holister
Ag 13 to Harriet Worden
D 21 composition
1855 Mr 10 log entry
Mr 11 log entry
Mr 13 log entry
Mr 28 log entry
1857 O 15 to George Cragin
1861 N 6 'My dear sister'
N 19 'My dear sister'
1862 F log entry
1867 S 7 to ?
D 7 log entry .
D 9 log entry
D 13 log entry
D 27 log entry
1869 Jl 15 account sheet
1872 D 14 Treasury note
1890 Jl 8 to Harriet Worden
Undated correspondence
Incoming correspondence
Diary (1863)
"Road Book" (1864-1869)
Record of buildings (1868-1869)
Box 77 Worden, Sophia undated
2 letters to Marcus L. Worden
Box 77 Worden, Stella 1904-1908, 1950
1904-1908 File of 12 letters to William A. Hinds
1905-1907 File of letters to the Allen family
1950 S.W. to Robert Wayland-Smith with his reply
Box 77 Worden, Susan 1851-1868
1863 Diary
1851-1868 File of letters to Marcus L. Worden
Box 77 Miscellaneous correspondence from various notables
Includes letters from George Bernard Shaw, Wilkie Collins, Susan B. Anthony, Mildred Howells (copy) -- with drawing entitled 'Easter' Greetings (1891)
Box 77 Anonymous letters and unidentified fragments
Box 77 Spiritualism and specimens of automatic writing associated with seances
Newspapers - received on exchange
Oversize 3 Advocate and family guardian (N.Y.) 1876
Oversize 3 Banner of light (Boston) 1872
Oversize 3 Boston investigator 1875-1876
Oversize 3 Broom's paper 1880
Oversize 3 Chariot of wisdom and love (Portland, Me.) 1864
Oversize 3 Chicagoan 1869
See also Oversize 4
Oversize 3 Christian union (London) 1880
Oversize 3 Cincinnati commercial extra
Oversize 3 Communist (St. Louis) 1880
Oversize 3 Crucible (Baltimore) 1871
Oversize 3 Daily graphic (N.Y.) 1876
Oversize 3 Davis' battle-axe (Worcester) 1876-1877
Oversize 3 Divinity physician (Benton, Ohio) 1868
Oversize 3 Echoes of nature (Bath, Me.) 1871
Oversize 3 Eclectic & peacemaker (N.Y.) 1876-78
Oversize 3 Educational gazette (Philadelphia) 1870
Oversize 3 Era (Westminster, England) 1872
Oversize 3 Good time coming (Berlin Heights, Ohio) 1859
Oversize 3 Hacker's pleasure boat (Berlin, N.J.) 1867
See also Miscellaneous (Oversize 4)
Oversize 3 Hull's crucible (Boston) 1874-1877
See also Miscellaneous (Oversize 4)
Oversize 3 Kingdom of heaven (Boston) 1874
See also Miscellaneous (Oversize 4)
Oversize 3 Labor (N.Y.) 1877
See also Miscellaneous (Oversize 4)
Oversize 3 Labor vindicator (New Martinsville, W.Va.) 1877
See also Miscellaneous (Oversize 4)
Oversize 3 National transition (Trenton, N.J.) 1872
See also Miscellaneous (Oversize 4)
Oversize 3 New campaign (Berlin Heights, Ohio) 1871
See also Miscellaneous (Oversize 4)
Oversize 3 New and divine government (Chicago) 1868
See also Miscellaneous (Oversize 4)
Oversize 3 New York herald 1865
Oversize 3 Progressive communist (Kansas) 1875-1876
Oversize 3 Prometheus (N.Y.) 1877
Oversize 3 Public opinion (London) 1872
Oversize 3 Religio-philosophical journal (Chicago) 1869-1872
Oversize 3 Riverside health journal (Hamilton, Ill.) 1875
Oversize 3 Rural notes (Canonsburg, Pa.) 1877
Oversize 3 Saturday evening call (Jersey City) 1871
Oversize 3 Socialist (N.Y.) 1876
Oversize 3 Socialist (Sheffield, England) 1877
Oversize 3 Social-smasher (Berlin Heights, Ohio) 1871
Oversize 3 Spiritual Puritan (New Haven, Conn.) 1844
Oversize 3 Stumblingstone (Beloit, Wisc.) 1870
Oversize 4 Sun (Toledo, Ohio ; N.Y.) 1875
Oversize 4 Theocratic Messenger (Barre, Maine) 1845
Oversize 4 Thoughts & events (N.Y.) 1880
Oversize 4 Toledo sun (Berlin Heights, Ohio) 1875
Oversize 4 Truthteller (Lake Constance, Minn.) 1877
Oversize 4 Universe (N.Y.) 1870
Oversize 4 Universe (Chicago) 1869
Oversize 4 Voice from spirit land 1875?
Oversize 4 Woman's journal (Boston) 1872
Oversize 4 Woman's truth teller (Utica, N.Y.) 1872
Oversize 4 Watchman's cry (Westminster, Conn.) 1872-1873
Oversize 4 West (San Francisco) 1873
Oversize 4 Woodhull & Claflin's weekly (N.Y.) 1874-1875
Oversize 4 Word (Princeton, Mass.) 1872-1877
Oversize 4 Worker (N.Y.) 1879
Oversize 5 Miscellaneous
Maps
Map-Case 73 1864 F Home domain of the Oneida Community drawn from actual surveys by T.R. Noyes
Map-Case 73 1868 S Proposed branch of Midland R.R. between O.C. and W.P. From surveys by J. Abbott and J.J. Skinner.
Map-Case 73 1869 S/O Buildings and southern grounds of Oneida Community drawn from topographical surveys. By J.J. Skinner . (original in KHC Coll.)
Map-Case 73 1869? Willow Place and foundry lot.
Map-Case 73 1872 Ag/S Section of the Oneida Community domain showing the location of a possible water privilege. From surveys by J.J. Skinner.
Map-Case 73 1883? Land belonging to the O.C. at Wallingford, Conn. Surveyed by P. Dignan.
Map-Case 73 1883 Ag Land belonging to the O.C. at Wallingford, Conn. Surveyed by P. Deignan.
Map-Case 73 undated O.C. domain. Drawn by T.R.N.
Realia
Oversize 6 Short-dress costume

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