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Gage Family Papers, 1810-1942
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(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2011), 614 page(s)

Anne Sargent Gage (1794-1876), nee Nancy Brown, was born out of wedlock, scandalizing late-eighteenth-century Boston society. Her parents, both from prominent Boston families, were Daniel Sargent (1764-1842), a wealthy merchant and insurance executive, and Hepzibah Atkins Brown Durfee ( -1800). Hepziba...

(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2011), 614 page(s)
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Washburn Family Papers, 1811-1869
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(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2009), 553 page(s)

Ichabod Washburn (1798-1868) of Worcester, Massachusetts, was born on 11 August 1798, the son of Ichabod and Sylvia (Bradford) Washburn. A leading manufacturer of wire in the U.S., he diversified his interests into many businesses related to the wire industry. His firm, known as Washburn and Moen after 1850, re...

(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2009), 553 page(s)
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Way-Champlain Family Papers
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(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2009), 1126 page(s)

Mary Way (1769-1833) and her sister Elizabeth Way (1771-1825) were born in New Haven, Connecticut, the daughters of Ebenezer Way (1728-1813) and Mary Taber Way (1737-1771). The sisters were both painters of small watercolors.

Mary Way moved to New York City about 1811 and advertised herself as a portrait and...

(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2009), 1126 page(s)
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Anna Quincy Thaxter Cushing Papers, 1816-1918
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(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2010), 3977 page(s)

Anna Quincy Thaxter Cushing (1825-1900), the daughter of Edward Thaxter (1784-1841) and Susan Joy (Thaxter) Thaxter (1791-1837), was born on 24 October 1825 in Hingham, Massachusetts. Both Anna's family and that of her husband—Dr. Benjamin Cushing (1822-1895), son of Jerom Cushing (1780-1824) and Mary (...

(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2010), 3977 page(s)
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Lois Fay Powell Papers, 1925-1958
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(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2011), 1261 page(s)

Lois Fay Powell (1883-1960) of Princeton, Massachusetts, was the daughter of Annah C. Harthan Fay (1853-1938), owner of the Hitchcock Press. Their home was adjacent to Little Wachusett Mountain, owned by Susan Minns (1840-1938) of Boston, Massachusetts, and given to the state in 1927 as a wildlife sanctuary...

(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2011), 1261 page(s)
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Louisa Adams Park Journal from the Park Family Papers, 1800-1848
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(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2011), 135 page(s)

Dr. John Park (1775-1852) of Newburyport, Boston, and Worcester, Massachusetts, studied medicine under various physicians, became assistant surgeon in Santo Domingo for several years, and participated in two naval voyages to the West Indies on board the U.S.S. Warren from 1799 to 1801 during the undeclared war...

(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2011), 135 page(s)
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Letter Included with Suggested Outline for the Food Fights for Freedom Campaign
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written by United States. Office of Civilian Defense, United States. Office of Price Administration and Civilian Supply and United States. Department of Agriculture. Food and Nutrition Service, in Records of the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture (RG16). Office of Information (RG16.7). General Records (RG16.7.1). World War II Food Campaign Files, 1941-48, of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records (Box 1, Folder Unspecified, Food Fights for Freedom) (1943); in Suggested Outline for the Food Fights for Freedom Campaign
Government document discussing the suggested outline for the Food Fights for Freedom Campaign.
written by United States. Office of Civilian Defense, United States. Office of Price Administration and Civilian Supply and United States. Department of Agriculture. Food and Nutrition Service, in Records of the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture (RG16). Office of Information (RG16.7). General Records (RG16.7.1). World War II Food Campaign Files, 1941-48, of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records (Box 1, Folder Unspecified, Food Fights for Freedom) (1943); in Suggested Outline for the Food Fights for Freedom Campaign
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Diary - Postcard to W. E. Ball, April 3, 1900
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written by Anonymous (1900); in White-Forbes Family Diaries, 1808-1902 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2011), 1-2

Nancy Avery White (1783-1864?) was the daughter of Mary Allen Avery ( - ) and the Reverend Joseph Avery (1751-1824), minister of Holden, Massachusetts. In 1807, she married William White (1782-1848) of Roxbury, Massachusetts, and lived there for several years before settling in Westborough, Massachus...

written by Anonymous (1900); in White-Forbes Family Diaries, 1808-1902 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2011), 1-2
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