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Scope and Contents: Robinson's records for the Keene Electric Railway consist of correspondence, in his capacity as general manager and president, with members of the Board and with other companies with which he did business. The letters, dated from 1902-1914, are arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent, with the exception of company attorney Charles Hersey who is place first, and then chronologically. The records of the Boston Industrial Company encompass correspondence, 1902-1914, and weekly payrolls,...
Overview: Contains chiefly correspondence of British proprietor and governor of Nova Scotia Thomas Temple and his nephew John Nelson concerning land claims in Nova Scotia and the French role in Canada
Overview: Collection of correspondence assembled by Thomas W. Lamont, who was a friend of British poet and dramatist John Masefield.
Overview: Scrapbooks, commonplace books, and other papers of author, abolitionist, and Civil War soldier, Thomas Wentworth Higginson.
Scope and Content: The Higginson papers consist of four botanical notebooks and two letters found inserted in the notebooks.