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Articles of indenture and employment, 1852-1870, 1852-1870 Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 3, folder 5Identifier: hsi00001
Scope and Contents: Contains articles of indenture and employment between William Bond & Son with apprentices and other tradesmen, including London-based chronometer and clock maker John Hutton (active 1830-1868), dated 1852 to 1870. Also includes an invoice for work done for the firm.

Asheville, North Carolina, group photograph, undated Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 6, folder 6Identifier: hsi00001
Scope and Contents: Undated albumen print of ten men in Asheville, North Carolina, with numbered identification of each name on the verso in an unknown hand. Removed from correspondence from Mary (Minnie) Bond to William C. Bond in box 2, folder 26.

Bond family correspondence, 1808-1849, 1808-1849 Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 2, folder 16Identifier: hsi00001
Scope and Contents: Contains mainly correspondence among the immediate Bond family, dated from 1808 to 1849, including letters to William Cranch Bond from his son, Richard F. Bond, regarding his efforts to secure chronometers in England. Additionally there are poems written by Reverend Joseph H. Clinch addressed to his wife.

Bond family correspondence, 1850-1854, 1850-1854 Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 2, folder 17Identifier: hsi00001
Scope and Contents: Contains mainly correspondence among the immediate Bond family, dated from 1850 to 1854, including letters between Joseph C. Bond, George P. Bond, Richard F. Bond, and William Cranch Bond, regarding matters related to the clock making business and Harvard Observatory. A letter from George P. Bond in New Haven, Connecticut, mentions a visit with Alexander Dallas Bache (1806-1867), superintendent of the United States Coast Survey, and possibly displaying the company's Spring Governor at an...

Bond family correspondence, 1864-1868, 1864-1868 Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 2, folder 18Identifier: hsi00001
Scope and Contents: Contains correspondence mainly of the Bond siblings, including Richard F. Bond, George P. Bond, and Selina C. Bond, and other relatives, dated 1864 to 1868, on topics including personal news, deaths of family members, and travel. One letter to Selina is enclosed with wildflower specimens.

Bond family correspondence, 1870-1878, 1870-1878 Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 2, folder 19Identifier: hsi00001
Scope and Contents: Contains correspondence to Bond family members, chiefly Selina C. Bond, from friends and relatives, dated 1870-1878. There is also a letter from Sarah A.C. Bond to her son, William C. Bond.

Bond family correspondence, 1879-1882, 1879-1882 Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 2, folder 20Identifier: hsi00001
Scope and Contents: Contains correspondence and social invitations to Bond family members, dated 1879-1882. There is a letter to Sarah A.C. Bond from Harvard College Observatory Director Edward C. Pickering (1846-1919) thanking her for donating a portrait, and a letter from Sarah A.C. Bond to her son, William C. Bond, regarding his partnership in William Bond & Son and other family matters. There are also letters to William C. Bond from friends and acquaintances, and a printed passenger list for the R.M.S....

Bond family correspondence, 1883-1886, 1883-1886 Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 2, folder 21Identifier: hsi00001
Scope and Contents: Contains letters to William C. Bond from friends, and several invitations to events such as a party on Harvard Class Day, dated 1883-1886.

Bond family correspondence, 1887-1888, 1887-1888 Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 2, folder 22Identifier: hsi00001
Scope and Contents: Contains social invitations addressed to Bond family members, dated 1887-1888. There are also letters of recommendation from several Harvard College stakeholders including Professor of the History of Art Charles Eliot Norton (1827-1908; Harvard AB 1846), supporting a promotion for Sarah A.C. Bond at Harvard College Library.

Bond family correspondence, 1890-1897, 1890-1897 Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 2, folder 23Identifier: hsi00001
Scope and Contents: Contains social invitations and correspondence to Bond family members and relatives, dated 1890-1897. Includes original and copied correspondence between Selina C. Bond and W. A. Cranch and James Cranch Willcocks of London, regarding the possible sale of a deed for the head of Oliver Cromwell to Horace Wilkinson. According to a copy of a letter from Selina C. Bond to Willcocks, the deed, dated April 1787, assigned ownership from Samuel Russell to James Cox. There is also a newspaper clipping...