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Series M0018a New York Manuscripts, 1739 -1910
James Syme to Barent [Barent] Roseboom,  June 26
Joseph Scott, Jr., to Myndert Roseboom, 1771 Aug. 31
Barent Roseboom to "Brothers," 1804 July 14
Abraham Van Vechten to Barent Roseboom,  June 16
Daniel Hale to Barent Roseboom, 1805 Aug. 24
Abraham Van Vechten to A. Roseboom, 1806 Aug. 25
Abraham Van Vechten to Coenradt Gansvoort, 1807 Aug. 21
Abraham Van Vechten to C. Gansvoort, 1807 Dec. 23
Abraham Roseboom to A. Van Vechten, 1808 July 30
Abraham Van Vechten to A. Roseboom, 1808 Sept. 20
Abraham Van Vechten to A. Roseboom, 1809 Apr. 3
Abraham Van Vechten to A. Roseboom, 1809 May 16
Abraham Van Vechten to A. Roseboom, 1810 Oct. 31
[N. C. Waddell?] to Benoni Rose, 1845 July 25
Chauncey Beadle to Mrs. Maria Rose, 1847 July 26
H. Lathrop to [Mrs. Maria Rose],  Oct. 9
Thomas H. Betts to [Mrs. Maria Rose], 1850 Sept. 2
[S. D. Jacobs] to Henry Roseboom, 1851 Dec. 17
W. Lochead to [Maria] Rose, 1859 May 12
D. H. Little to Benoni Rose, n.d.
Financial (bonds, accounts, price lists, I.O.U.'s, promissory notes, bank drafts, checks, bills, receipts, mortgages and abstracts of), 1768-1799
Financial (bonds, accounts, price lists, I.O.U.'s, promissory notes, bank drafts, checks, bills, receipts, mortgages and abstracts of), 1801-1874 and n.d.
Legal (indentures, deeds, agreements, leases), 1760-1799
Legal (indentures, deeds, agreements, leases), 1800-1891 and n.d.
Miscellaneous (plats, land descriptions, diploma, law license, photo reprint, coat of arms)
Ancestry and Descendents of John Roseboom and Jesse Johnson
Ancestral Tablets. Bound volume of handwritten geneological tables
Deed from George II of Great Britain to John Lindesay, with heavy wax seal of colony of New York, 1739 May 12
Appointment of Myndert Roseboom as Lt. Colonel. Signed by Cadwallader Colden, 1762 Mar. 20
Indenture between "John Cruger, Philip Livingston, Leonard Lispenard, Henry Holland and William Bayard of the City of New York, trustees of the estate of Abraham De Peyster, late treasurer of the Colony of New York. . .", 1771 May 15
Nursing diploma from St. Luke's Hosptial, Catherine Augusta Roseboom, 1909 May 20
Minnesota State Board of Examiners of Nurses, "Registered Nurse," Catherine Augusta Roseboom, 1910 Oct. 28
Series M0018b Massachusetts Documents, 1741-1761
Deed for land on Nantucket Island; and four appointments of Stephen Greenleaf as justice and sheriff of Suffolk Co., Mass.
Series M0018c Roger Wolcott Journal
Wolcott journal and letters, 1745-1820
Warrants, indictments, and other items from the State of Franklin, Greene County, 1780-1794
Diary fragment describing journey from New Jersey to Chamble and Quebec, Canada (campaign of Generals Arnold, Thomas, and Schuyler), 1775 Nov. 8 -1776 Nov. 22
George Washington documents, 1775-1799
Series M018g Benjamin Franklin Letter, 1775
Facsimile of letter, 1775 July 5
Series M018h Robert Pringle Papers, 1767
Pringle, Robert, documents, 1767
Bills and receipts for medical service and order on bank by Samuel Coates to pay Rush, 1775-1803
Diary of American Forces in New England (area of New Haven and North River).
Manuscript sermon first preached in 1772 and used until 1820; with accompanying letter from Watson Nicholson, 1947.
Series M018l Samuel Kirkland Document, 1789
Land grant by State of New York to Kirkland for 2, 840 acres in Montgomery Cunty, 1879 Feb. 25.
Letter to Burr from P. A. Grotjan re aid to an unfortunate, and letter from Burr to Grotjan, 1802 Dec. 27, 1803 July 22.
ALS to Patrick [Kain] from U.S. Constellation off Norfolk, VA, during the War of 1812, and a poem [by Mrs. Bewning (?)] on the death of [Mrs. Eleanor de Krafft], n.d. 1813 Mar. 25;
Series M018o John Guerin Marquand Papers, ca. 1822
School copy book on "division of vulgar fractions"; the book was written in Baltimore and the name of Elias Marquand also appears.
ALS, regret to invitation of Burns Club, 1851 Jan. 14
ALS regret to invitation of Burns Club, 1851 Jan. 14
Series M018r George Sewall Boutwell Document, 1852
"Passport" to Samuel S. Thorndike, also signed by Amasa Walker, secretary of Commonwealth of Mass., 1852 Jan. 1
Letter from [W.] Hill of the Lancashire Fusiliers (in Tientsin, China) to David D. Barrett, with excerpt from the Regimental History of the Fusiliers regarding the American Revolutionary War. 1938 Oct. 2,
Series M018t Miscellaneous Documents, 1777-1833
Map by L. Flury of the seige of Ft. Schuyler, N. Y., and facsimile letters of Thomas Jefferson, and Andrew Jackson, n.d.; 1824, 1833.
Reprint of letter from Brig. Gen. Lachlan McIntosh to Col. John Lawrence, regarding the duel between McIntosh and Button Gwinnett in which Gwinnett died. Reprint by the Amican Autograph Shop, 1777 May 30, 1937.
"Uncle Noah's Mexican War Diary; being an account of the personal experiences and comments of Captain Noah Newton, U.S.A., Regiment of Mounted Rifles." Prepared for publication by George C. Newton, also includes hand-drawn copies of some of the original illustrations in the diary. [1846 June 6 -1848 Aug.] [ca. 1932];
ALS from Samuel [Doggett] to his father [John Doggett] re the war with Mexico, 1847 Mar. 28
Series M018v Colonial and Revolutionary Facsimiles, 1775-1791
Six manuscripts and a map regarding the battles of Lexington and Concord, Declaration of Independence, Constitution of the United States, Bill of Rights, and a letter from Benjamin Franklin to Samuel Cooper, 1775; 1776; 1787; 1791; 1778 Feb. 27.
Sermon by Rev. Noah Welles dated and given by him until 1772. 1764 Dec. 22,
Letters from Mary E. Hastings to Ray Lyman Wilbur, booklet, and clipping concerning the romance of Nathan Hale with Alice Adams, Hasting's great-grandmother.
Series M018y Land Indenture, 1811
Land indenture signed by Lawrence and Maria Vrooman in Neskayuna, Schenectady County, New York, 1811 Sept. 23.
Series M018z Early Slavery Documents, 1807-1858
Thomas Wright to Capt. Rich, about selling a slave, 1807 June 29.
Jn. Taylor Somac to Major George Lewis, about slavery and Dangerfield, 1812 Feb. 16.
Inventory and appraisement of the estate of James Stephens, dec'd, ten slaves listed as part of the property. 1831 Feb. 21;
Martin Z. Tupper to Dear Sir, about slavery, 1858 Oct. 7.
Contemporary holograph copy of David Crocket poem "Farewell to the Mountains;" verifax copy of a Crockett letter; page from Story of the Wild West by William Cody containing the poem and an illustration; and biographical information on Crockett.