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Overview: Theophilus Manning (1777-1868), of Billerica, Massachusetts, was a day laborer and overseer of construction on the Middlesex Canal. This collection consists of accounts and payrolls related to the canal project, including receipts to Manning and engineer Loammi Baldwin for wages paid to workers, dated 1798-1810.
Overview: The Theresa Layman Zajac papers contain records related to a worker at the Western Electric Company Hawthorne Plant who participated in the Western Electric Company Hawthorne Studies as a member of the Relay Assembly Test Room (RATR).
FOUND IN: Countway Library of MedicineCollection Identifier: H MS c183
Overview: The Theron Randolph papers were produced in the course of Randolph's work as an allergy specialist and reflect his work in the development of clinical ecology as well as the environmental and the natural foods movements.
Overview: Records of meetings of Society, 1827-1936, 1962; Standing Committee records, 1827-1885, 1909-1940, 1962; Society records, including records of deaths, marriages, baptisms, and members, 1808-1926 (a record of births, marriages, and deaths during Thomas Brattle Gannett's ministry is in the Massachusetts Historical Society); Sunday School treasurer's books, 1921- 1938; Social Service Committee records, 1921-1929; Young People's Club minutes, 1892-1895; Women's Branch Alliance records, 1885-1936;...
Overview: Society record book, including membership lists and minutes (1876-1918); Church calendars; clippings.
Overview: Pew tax ledger; minutes of business meetings.
Scope and Contents: The Jared Sparks Collection of American Manuscripts taken as a whole consists of original and transcribed historical documents and correspondence, chiefly concerning the American colonies and the original thirteen states, collected or transcribed beginning in 1819 by Jared Sparks. The collection includes the papers of Sir Francis Bernard and George Chalmers, letters of Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, the Marquis de Lafayette, and George Washington, the journals of Thomas Ainslie, the...