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Stephanotis Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 17Identifier: ecb00010
Scope and Contents: This collection contains one decorative title page and 103 watercolor paintings of flowers made by Caroline Murdoch for Caroline L.W. French. The paintings are dated from 1867-1869. Also includes two small printed gift labels and two original bindings. The scientific name is often written on the recto of the painting in black ink or in pencil on the verso. Common names are sometimes included. Corrected or supplied names that were added by library staff appear in square brackets....

[Stephanotis japonica Makino?] Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 11Identifier: gra00080
Scope and Contents: 29 drawings that were not identified by Asa Gray or Mary Day. In 2008 Harvard University Herbaria (HUH) staff member David Boufford supplied some plant identifications. In 2018 HUH staff member Walter Kittredge supplied additional plant identifications.

Stephen, Adam, d. 1791. A.L.s.to [Charles] Lee; Williamsburg, 13 Jul 1776., 1776. Digital

Item — Box: 8Identifier: MS Am 1649.1-1649.23, bMS Am 1649.6, (185)
Scope and Contents: Autograph letters and documents of American political and military leaders and others associated with the Revolution, presidential administrations, and other political and military events. Persons represented include delegates to the Albany Congress, Stamp Act Congress, Continental Congress, and Hartford Convention; signers of the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, and U.S. Constitution; officers of the Revolution; aides and secretaries to George Washington; state and...

Stephen Batson deed to John Wakefield, 1652 Digital

Item — Box: 33, Folder: 23Identifier: Mss:83 1604-1891 File
Scope and Contents: Copy of a deed transferring a house and marsh land on Drakes Island, in Wells, Maine (then Massachusetts), from Stephen Batson (1610-1676) to John Wakefield, dated 1652.

Stephen Collins correspondence to Jonathan Amory, 1776 Digital

Item — Box: 4, Folder: 26Identifier: Mss:766 1761-1797
Scope and Contents: Contains correspondence from Philadelphia merchant Stephen Collins to Jonathan Amory in 1776 regarding the settlement of the estate of William Barrell, Amory's & Taylor's trading partner. Letters from Collins, the estate administrator, reference the involvement of John Hancock, at the time serving in the Continental Congress, who shipped to Collins a trunk containing Barrell's possessions, including Continental paper money. Collins repeatedly requests that Amory travel to Philadelphia in...

Stephen Collins correspondence to Jonathan Amory, 1776 Digital

Item — Box: 6 (Oversize), Folder: 4Identifier: Mss:766 1761-1797
Scope and Contents: Contains a letter from Stephen Collins, administrator of the estate of William Barrell, to Jonathan Amory, in 1776, discussing his progress settling the estate, inventories of goods he was taking, and the contents of Barrell's records, which he was sorting. Items he found were a letter from Barrell's brother, merchant and shipowner Joseph Barrell (1739-1804), regarding William's share in a privateer ship and accounts of flour Joseph had not shipped. Removed from Box 4, folder 26.

Stephen Collins correspondence to Jonathan Amory, 1777-1778 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 1Identifier: Mss:766 1761-1797
Scope and Contents: Contains correspondence from Philadelphia merchant Stephen Collins to Jonathan Amory, dated 1777-1778, regarding the settlement of the estate of William Barrell, Amory's & Taylor's trading partner. Letters from Collins, the estate administrator, reference debts outstanding and debts owed to the estate, and request guidance on redeeming notes issued under the authority of the King of Great Britain, after the Continental Congress issued a resolve mandating Continental currency be accepted as...

Stephen Collins correspondence to Jonathan Amory, 1778-1780 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 2Identifier: Mss:766 1761-1797
Scope and Contents: Contains correspondence from Philadelphia merchant Stephen Collins, administrator of the estate of William Barrell, to Jonathan Amory, dated 1778-1780. Letters relay news that about Barrell's brother was suing to remove Collins as administrator and discuss settling claims resulting from Barrell's trade partnership with Amory's & Taylor. Collins also references John Amory's refusal to pledge an oath of loyalty to the American states and the impact of depreciation on the value of the estate.

Stephen Collins correspondence to Jonathan Amory, 1780-1783 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 3Identifier: Mss:766 1761-1797
Scope and Contents: Contains correspondence from Philadelphia merchant Stephen Collins, administrator of the estate of William Barrell, to Jonathan Amory, dated 1780-1783. Collins writes about suspension of the sale of bills of exchange by the Continental Congress, settling an account of the estate with Hayley & Hopkins of London, and his correspondence to Barrell's brother, Boston merchant Joseph Barrell (1739-1804) respecting the estate. In May 1783, Collins writes he believes most of the debts due to...

Stephen family : black and white photograph, probably 1892., 1892. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: MS Thr 564, (103) RESTRICTED
Scope and Contents: Includes snapshots and portraits of Leonard Woolf, Virginia Woolf, members of the Stephen and Woolf families, and other friends and family members.