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Box 3

 Container

Contains 90 Collections and/or Records:

Account of Caleb Gannett, 1805 October 4 Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 24Identifier: UAI 5.115, UAI 5.115, Volume 2, Item 24
Scope and Contents: Account of Caleb Gannett with Harvard College for payments he made for labor and materials in Stoughton Hall construction, dated October 4, 1805.

Account of John Warland, 1805 November 4 Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 25Identifier: UAI 5.115, UAI 5.115, Volume 2, Item 25
Scope and Contents: Account of John Warland with Harvard College for installing wallpaper, dated November 4, 1805.

Account of Moore & Walton, 1805 November 7 Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 26Identifier: UAI 5.115, UAI 5.115, Volume 2, Item 26
Scope and Contents: Account of Moore & Walton with Harvard College for contracted work on Stoughton Hall, dated August 7, 1805.

Account of Moses Grant & Son, 1805 November 8 Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 27Identifier: UAI 5.115, UAI 5.115, Volume 2, Item 27
Scope and Contents: Account of Moses Grant & Son with Harvard College for wallpaper, dated November 8, 1805.

Account of John Weld & Samuel Child, Jr., 1805 November 16 Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 28Identifier: UAI 5.115, UAI 5.115, Volume 2, Item 28
Scope and Contents: Account of John Weld & Samuel Child, Jr., with Harvard College for setting glass windows, dated November 16, 1805.

Letter from Samuel Webber, Cambridge, to Lieutenant Governor Robbins and the Joint Committee of the Overseers and Corporation of Harvard University , 1806 March 20 Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 29Identifier: UAI 5.115, UAI 5.115, Volume 2, Item 29
Scope and Contents: Copy of a letter from Samuel Webber to Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Edward Robbins (1758-1837) and the Joint Committee of the Overseers and Corporation of Harvard University, accepting the presidency, dated March 20, 1806.

This document is a duplicate of an item that can be found in Harvard University. Corporation. Harvard College Papers, 1st series, 1636-1825, 1831 (UAI 5.100):

Letter from John Pickering, Jr., to Samuel Webber, 1806 August 23 Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 30Identifier: UAI 5.115, UAI 5.115, Volume 2, Item 30
Scope and Contents: Copy of a letter from John Pickering, Jr. (1777-1846) to Samuel Webber, declining an appointment to the Hancock Professorship of Hebrew and other Oriental Languages, dated August 23, 1806.

This document is a duplicate of an item that can be found in Harvard University. Corporation. Harvard College Papers, 1st series, 1636-1825, 1831 (UAI 5.100):

Mediators' findings in Stubbs/Smith dispute, 1806 September 23 Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 31Identifier: UAI 5.115, UAI 5.115, Volume 2, Item 31
Scope and Contents: Copy of a mediators' report, dated September 23, 1806, by Thomas Sparhawk and Caleb Hall, who acted as referees, or mediators, in a land dispute between Mr. Smith and Moses Stubbs. They concluded Stubbs was entitled to a deed for his portion of the land in Bucksport, Maine. This document is a duplicate of an item that can be found in Harvard University. Corporation. Records of land and property owned by Harvard University, 1643-1835 (UAI 15.750): ...

Letter from Thomas & Andrews to Samuel Webber, 1806 September 26 Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 32Identifier: UAI 5.115, UAI 5.115, Volume 2, Item 32
Scope and Contents: Letter from Boston printers Thomas & Andrews to Samuel Webber, dated September 26, 1806, containing the firm's proposal to publish the second edition of Webber's two-volume text, Mathematics. Thomas & Andrews printed the first edition in 1801.

Account of Moore & Walton, 1805 November 21 Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 33Identifier: UAI 5.115, UAI 5.115, Volume 2, Item 33
Scope and Contents: Account of Moore & Walton with Harvard College for contracted work on Stoughton Hall, including making blinds for the tutors' rooms, dated August 7, 1805.