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William Smith Hobart correspondence, 1862-1873 Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1Identifier: Mss:766 1737-1941 H681
Scope and Contents: Contains correspondence of William Smith Hobart, son of Robert E. Hobart, Jr., dated in 1862 while he was a Union Army officer. Includes a letter to Smith from Lieutenant J.T. Potts, enclosed with a bible that was made by Sergeant C.W. Winthrop while he was a Confederate prisoner in Richmond, Virginia. Potts also discusses Winthrop's treatment there by Captain C.E. Chichester (1834-1898). Other letters from Smith to his wife Sarah in September and October describe religious services for his...

William Sturgis Hooper Digital

Item Identifier: HUD 252.716
Scope and Content: Individual portraits of members of the Harvard College Class of 1852

[William] Sweetman demonstrates thermite bomb in front of Widener -- bomb has melted bottom out of pail [photograph],, 10-29-1942 Digital

Item Identifier: UAV 605.270.1, I., H., U1-U169., UAV 605.270.1 (U-114)
Contents note: Lacking prints U12, U22, U28, U66, U123-U124, U126-U127, U129-U131, and U133.

[William T. Reid, Jr., A.B. 1901] Digital

Item Identifier: HUP, HUP Reid, William T (20)

William Taylor correspondence to John Amory, Sr., 1784-1786 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 13Identifier: Mss:766 1761-1797
Scope and Contents: Contains correspondence from Loyalist merchant William Taylor, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, to John Amory, Sr., dated 1784-1788, regarding Taylor's notes of hand, including payment of his note to J. & J. Amory, and other financial transactions undertaken by Taylor, as well as family news.

William Thomas , Webster Bank / Samuel A. Eliot letter, October 7, 1861 Digital

Item — Box: 118, Folder: 13Identifier: bMS 575, bMS 575/118 (13)
Scope and Contents: The collection includes twenty-two series (distinguished by the twenty-three individuals and ten families who were apparent owners and authors) of correspondence; journals; manuscripts of addresses and sermons; legal records; and some financial records. The bulk of the collection dates from the nineteenth century and documents the many and varied relationships between members of the extended Foote family as they lived, worked, and traveled around the world. The...

William Trotter account book, 1796 Digital

Item — Volume: YbIdentifier: Mss:761 1798-1955
Scope and Contents: Volume of factory expenses recorded by William Trotter after the arrival in Canton, China, of the ship Pigou in 1796, primarily provisions like food, beverages, wood, and candles, and servants' wages. There are also accounts of the expenses of the Pigou at Whampoa and supplies for the ship and her crew received by the factory comprador (agent).

William Trotter account book, 1796-1806 Digital

Item — Volume: YaIdentifier: Mss:761 1798-1955
Scope and Contents: Account book of William Trotter primarily related to shipping ventures and imports, dated 1796-1806. The volume contains records he kept as supercargo of the ship Pigou, owned by William Sansom, Mordecai Lewis, and Jesse & Robert Waln, on her voyages to Canton in 1796 and 1797. Included are freight lists; accounts of disbursements; factory expenses and payments to Aion, the factory comprador (agent), for provisions and servants' wages; invoices of return cargo of chinaware, assorted teas,...

William Trotter accounts current, bills, and receipts, 1797-1801 Digital

Item — Box: YE-1, Folder: 10Identifier: Mss:761 1798-1955
Scope and Contents: Contains accounts, receipts, and bills to William Trotter for dry goods, feathers, trunks, and umbrellas, and medical bills from Isaac Cathrall (1764-1819) and Benjamin Budd for attendance, inoculation, and vaccination, dated 1797-1801.