TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary of the Collection

Administrative Information

Biography of the Fairbank Family

Scope and Content of the Collection

Organization

Selected Search Terms

Container List

Series 1: Fairbank Family, 1822-1980

Series 2: Graham Family, 1775-1933

Subseries 1: Graham Family, 1775-1933

Subseries 2: John A. Graham Business Papers, 1849-1883

Series 3: Carpenter Family, 1832-1957

Series 4: Nathan S. Davis Family, 1861-1955

Series 5: Family History, 1805-ca. 1930s

Series 6: Photographs, ca. 1850-ca. 1950

Series 7: Scrapbooks and Maps, 1825-1927

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Inventory of the Fairbank-Graham Family Papers, 1775-1980, bulk 1870-1920


The Newberry Library
Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections
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Machine-readable finding aid encoded by Lisa Janssen, 2010.

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Descriptive Summary of the Collection

Creator Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1829-1903
Title Fairbank-Graham Family Papers
Dates 1775-1980
Dates bulk 1870-1920
Extent 17.4 linear feet (37 boxes, 1 oversize box)
Abstract Correspondence, personal and business materials, documents, diaries, writings, photographs, and maps of the Fairbank and Graham families. These families were connected by the marriage of Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank, a prominent Chicago businessman, and Helen Beeckman Graham, daugher of East Coast industrialist John Andrew Graham. Collection also includes materials of the Carpenter family, through the marriage of Helen Fairbank and Benjamin Carpenter, and three generations of the Nathan S. Davis family, joined to the Fairbanks and Grahams by the marriage of Cordelia Carpenter to Nathan S. Davis, III.
Language Materials are in English.
Repository Newberry Library, Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections
Collection Call Number Midwest MS Fairbank-Graham
Collection Stack Location 3a 38 13-14

Administrative Information

Cite As

Fairbank-Graham Family Papers, The Newberry Library, Chicago.

Provenance

Gift of Helen de Freitas, 1986, Mrs. Gilbert Osgood, 1991, Fairbank Carpenter, 2000, and Helen Fairbank Goodkin, 2008.

Processed by

Lisa Janssen, 2010.

Acknowledgements

This inventory was created with the generous support of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this inventory do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Access

The Fairbank-Graham Family Papers are open for research in the Special Collections Reading Room; 1 box at a time (Priority III).

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Fairbank-Graham Family Papers are the physical property of the Newberry Library. Copyright may belong to the authors or their legal heirs or assigns. For permission to publish or reproduce any materials from this collection, contact the Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections.

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Biography of the Fairbank Family

Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank was a prominent Chicago businessman and civic leader.

Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank was born in Sodus, New York on October 20, 1829. His father, Stephen Fairbank, was a builder and farmer who had come to Sodus from the Berkshires, Massachusetts in 1818 after marrying Mehitable Kellogg. Both parents died relatively young, and at age 18 Nathaniel Kellogg moved to Rochester, New York to become a bookkeeper's apprentice. In 1855 he was sent to Chicago as the western representative for David Dows & Co., an agricultural firm. There he joined the newly formed Chicago Board of Trade, and in 1863 was elected Vice President of the Board. During the Civil War, production in Chicago's meat packing district was booming and Fairbank invested in lard, a rising commodity. He built a lard and oil refinery on the South Side of Chicago and became associated with the firm of Smedly, Peck & Co. Later, he founded N. K. Fairbank and Company and expanded into the manufacture into soap made from lard and cottonseed oil. Eventually N. K. Fairbank and Co. was sold to a larger firm which paid Fairbank to retain the company name. Among Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank's other interests were a canning company, iron, lumber, real estate, and a silver mine in Arizona. He also became a prominent member of Chicago's business community and society. He belonged the the Chicago Club, was on the Board of Trustees of the University of Chicago, and was a supporter of many other civic causes.

On holiday at Bateman's Point, Rhode Island in the summer of 1864, Fairbank met Helen Livington Graham, daughter of industrialist John Andrew and Helen Beeckman Graham. They corresponded over the following months and married in 1865. Helen Graham Fairbank settled in Chicago with Nathaniel in a house at 18th Street and Michigan Avenue where they lived for the rest of their lives. They had eight children: Graham (who died in infancy), Helen Graham, Kellogg, Wallace, Dexter, Margare, Livington, and Nathalie. The family traveled extensively and spent time in their lavish summer home, called the Butternuts, in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, and on Jekyll Island off the coast of Georgia. Helen Fairbank died suddenly of appendicitis in 1895. Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank remained active in business until 1901. He died on March 27, 1902.

His children continued to be prominent in Chicago society. Nathalie Fairbank married Laird Bell, a Chicago lawyer, and eldest daughter Helen married into the Carpenter family, also important in Chicago business. Helen Fairbank Carpenter authored and co-authored two extensive family histories and was well known in genealogy circles. Her daughter Cordelia married Nathan Smith Davis III, one of three generations of Chicago doctors, whose grandfather Nathan Smith Davis, Sr. founded the American Medical Association.

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Biography of the Graham Family

John Andrew Graham was an east coast industrialist with interests in New York and Maryland.

John A. Graham was born on December 8, 1808 in Rutland, Vermont to Nathan Burr and Jean Lorimer Graham. He came with his family to New York City in 1888 where his father worked as a lawyer. Graham was a merchant in New York until 1840 when he developed an interest in the mining and oil industries. In 1848 he moved with his wife and children to the Cumberland area of Maryland where he became president of both the Mount Savage Iron Company and the Cumberland Coal Company, as well as a large stockholder in the Potomic Wharf Company. The first heavy iron rail ever manufactured in the United States was turned out at the Mt. Savage Iron Company.

Graham married Helen Smith Beeckman in 1836. They had five children, two who died in infancy. The surviving children were Henry Beeckman, Helen Livingston, and Wallace Graham. Wallace Graham entered the Navy during the Civil War and served until 1876 when he died of pneumonia. Helen Livingston would marry Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank in 1865. In 1882, after his retirement from business, John Andrew and Helen Beeckman Graham followed daugher Helen and settled in Chicago. John Andrew Graham passed away on October 26, 1883. His widow survived him for thirteen years and stayed close to the Fairbank family. She died in Lake Geneva in 1896.

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Scope and Content of the Collection

Correspondence, personal and business materials, documents, diaries, writings, photographs, and maps of the Fairbank, Graham, and related families, including the Carpenter, Davis, and Beeckman families.

Fairbank family materials include correspondence between Fairbank family members Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank, his wife Helen Graham, and their children Kellogg, Dexter, Helen, Margaret, Livingston, Nathalie, and Wallace, some personal materials, and a few papers relating to the financial assets and estate of Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank. Papers of the Graham family include family correspondence and business papers of John A. Graham who was involved in the coal and iron industries in the Cumberland, Maryland area during the Civil War. The Carpenter family materials consist mainly of correspondence between Helen Fairbank Carpenter, her husband Benjamin Carpenter, and their children. There is also significant genealogical correspondence written in the research of Helen Fairbank Carpenter's two family histories. Davis materials center on the three generations of physicians starting with Nathan S. Davis Sr., who founded the American Medical Associatoin, his son Nathan Davis, Jr., and grandson Nathan S. Davis III. Their papers include materials pertaining to Davis Sr.'s professional activities, correspondence and notes of Nathan S Davis, Jr., and published medical articles, and writing and research materials of Nathan S. Davis III.

The collection also includes family history materials and transcriptions of many family letters; photographs, portraits and candid shots of the Fairbank and Graham families, their ancestors, vacation homes, ancestral homes, and gravesites; scrapbooks kept by Louise B. Graham and George B. Graham; and maps of areas in which John A. Graham had coal and iron interests.

Narrative descriptions of the subject matter, types of material, and arrangement of each series are available through the Organization section of the finding aid.

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Organization

Papers are organized in the following series:

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Selected Search Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Newberry Library's public catalog. Researchers desiring additional materials on a particular topic should search the catalog using these headings.

Names

  • American Medical Association
  • Mount Savage Iron Company
  • Potomac Wharf Company
  • Carpenter family
  • Carpenter, Helen Graham, 1868-1945
  • Davis, N. S. (Nathan Smith), 1817-1904
  • Davis, Nathan Smith, 1858-1920
  • De Freitas, Helen
  • Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1829-1903
  • Fairbanks family
  • Graham family
  • Graham, John Andrew, 1808-1883
  • International Medical Congress
  • Pernichief, Octavius, 1829-1877

Subjects

  • Industrialists -- New York (State) -- Correspondence
  • Brothers and sisters -- United States -- Correspondence
  • Businessmen -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Correspondence
  • Chicago (Ill.) -- History -- Sources
  • Chicago (Ill.) -- Social life and customs
  • Coal -- Maryland -- Maps
  • Coal trade -- Maryland
  • Coalfields -- Maryland
  • Correspondence -- 1851-1900
  • Correspondence -- 1901-1950
  • Courtship -- United States -- Correspondence
  • Cumberland (Md.) -- Maps
  • Diaries -- United States -- 1801-1850
  • Genealogical correspondence -- United States
  • Genealogies -- 1901-1950
  • Husband and wife -- United States -- Correspondence
  • Manuscripts, American -- Illinois -- Chicago
  • Maryland -- Genealogy
  • Mount Savage (Md.) -- History
  • Parent and child -- United States -- Correspondence
  • Photographs -- 1851-1900
  • Physicians -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Correspondence
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives

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Container List

Series 1: Fairbank Family, 1822-1980

Primarily correspondence between Fairbank family members Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank, his wife Helen Graham, and their children Kellogg, Dexter, Helen, Margaret, Livingston, Nathalie, and Wallace. In early letters from Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank to his wife-to-be Helen Beeckman, he describes Chicago during the mid 1860s, his business struggles as the fortunes of lard go up and down, and the strain he endures to keep ahead of the market. In convincing Helen that she will be happy in Chicago, he describes the opera, the weather, and the house he has purchased for them. He also notes social outings with other Chicago businessmen such as Hubbard and Van Buren. Correspondence between the Fairbank siblings and parents discuss European trips, school, socializing, and portray a spirited and loving family life. The series also contains a diary kept by Helen G. Fairbank in 1879, some personal materials, and a few papers relating to the financial assets and estate of Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank.
Arranged alphabetically by person.

Box Folder Contents
1 1 Bell, Laird - correspondence, 1931, 1945
1 2 Bell, Nathalie - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1897-1908, n.d.
1 3 Bell, Nathalie - correspondence - to Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1897-1902
1 4 Bell, Nathalie - correspondence - to various relatives, 1890-1905, n.d.
1 5 De Freitas, Helen (Bell) - notes and correspondence re: biography of Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank, 1977-1980
1 6 Fairbank, Dexter - correspondence - to Fairbank, Evelyn Young, 1905-1906
1 7 Fairbank, Dexter - correspondence - to Fairbank, Helen G., 1880-1894
1 8 Fairbank, Dexter - correspondence - to Fairbank, Kellogg, 1886-1894
1 9 Fairbank, Dexter - correspondence - to Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1895-1899, n.d.
1 10 Fairbank, Dexter - correspondence - to Fairbank, Lucy, 1926
1 11 Fairbank, Dexter - correspondence - to Graham, John A. and Helen B., 1884-1896
1 12 Fairbank, Dexter - death and estate, 1926
1 13 Fairbank, Dexter Jr. - correspondence and wedding announcement, 1936, 1944
1 14 Fairbank, Evelyn Young - correspondence - to Fairbank, Dexter, 1906
1 15 Fairbank, Evelyn Young - correspondence - to children Dexter Jr. and Lucy, n.d.
1 16 Fairbank, Evelyn Young - correspondence - from Fairbank, John (also John's nurse), 1921, n.d.
1 17 Fairbank, Evelyn Young - correspondence - from Young, John P., Mr. and Mrs., 1894-1900, n.d.
1 18 Fairbank, Evelyn Young - correspondence - from siblings, John, Hugh, Bill, and May, 1898-1937, n.d.
1 19 Fairbank, Evelyn Young - correspondence - from Stouffer, Frank B., 1898-1900, n.d.
1 20 Fairbank, Evelyn Young - correspondence - from former suitors, 1899-1906
1 21 Fairbank, Evelyn Young - correspondence - from maids and nurses, 1917-1931, n.d.
1 22 Fairbank, Evelyn Young - correspondence - incoming various, 1897-1906, n.d.
1 23 Fairbank, Evelyn Young - family history/genealogy, 888-1932
1 24 Fairbank, Evelyn Young - personal mementos, 1917, n.d.
2 25 Fairbank, Helen G. - correspondence - to Bell, Nathalie, n.d.
2 26 Fairbank, Helen G. - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1881
2 27 Fairbank, Helen G. - correspondence - to Fairbank, Dexter, 1881-1895
2 28 Fairbank, Helen G. - correspondence - to Fairbank, Kellogg, 1881-1887, n.d.
2 29 Fairbank, Helen G. - correspondence - to Fairbank, Livingston, 1890
2 30-31 Fairbank, Helen G. - correspondence - to Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1865-1890, n.d.
2 32 Fairbank, Helen G. - correspondence - to Fairbank, Wallace, 1881-1892
2 33-34 Fairbank, Helen G. - correspondence - to Graham, Helen B., 1861-1884
2 35 Fairbank, Helen G. - corrrespondence - to Graham, John A., 1868-1869
2 36 Fairbank, Helen G. - correspondence - to Graham, Wallace, 1865-1872
2 37 Fairbank, Helen G. - correspondence - outgoing miscellaneous, n.d.
2 38 Fairbank, Helen G. - correspondence - incoming miscellaneous, 1868-1895
2 39 Fairbank, Helen G. - diary, 1879
2 40 Fairbank, Helen G. - list of wedding gifts, Apr. 24, 1866
3 41 Fairbank, Helen G. - writing and miscellaneous, 1893-1895, n.d.
3 42 Fairbank, Kellogg - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1886-1940, n.d.
3 43 Fairbank, Kellogg - correspondence - to Fairbank, Helen G., 1878-1893
3 44 Fairbank, Kellogg - correspondence - to Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1884-1889
3 45 Fairbank, Kellogg - correspondence - to Fairbank, Wallace, 1886, n.d.
3 46 Fairbank, Kellogg - correspondence - to Graham, John A. and Helen B., 1877-1887
3 47 Fairbank, Kellogg - correspondence - to Graham, Louise B., 1916
3 48 Fairbank, Livingston - correspondence - to various family, 1893-1905, n.d.
3 49 Fairbank, Lucy - correspondence - outgoing miscellaneous, 1935, n.d.
3 50 Fairbank, Lucy - personal mementos, including WWII Red Cross materials, 1929-1947
3 51 Fairbank, Margaret - correspondence - to Carpenter, Benjamin, 1898-1899, n.d.
3 52 Fairbank, Margaret - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1897-1905, n.d.
3 53 Fairbank, Margaret - correspondene - to Fairbank, Helen G., 1887-1893
3 54 Fairbank, Margaret - correspondence - to Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1891-1899
3 55 Fairbank, Margaret - correspondence - to Graham, John A. and Helen B., 1888-1898, n.d.
3 56 Fairbank, Margaret - correspondence - outgoing miscellaneous, 1894-1898
3 57 Fairbank, Margaret - wedding, 1903
3 58 Fairbank, Mehitable K. - correspondence, 1822, 1827, n.d.
3 59 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - to Carpenter, Benjamin, ca. 1893
3 60 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1891-1900, n.d.
4 61 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - to "Emma," 1888
4 62 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - corrrespondence - to Fairbank, Armenia, 1850
4 63 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - to Fairbank, Dexter, 1894
4 64-71 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - to Faribank, Helen G., 1865-
4 72 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - to Fairbank, Wallace, 1891, n.d.
4 73 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - to Fairbank, Stephen T., 1848
4 74 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - to Graham, John A., 1867-1879, n.d.
4 75 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - to Graham, Louise B., 1893
4 76 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - to Peck, Franklin, 1853
5 77 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - to Vanderbilt, Cordelia Fairbank, 1847-1850
5 78 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - outgoing, miscellaneous, ca. 1900
5 79 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - correspondence - incoming, miscellaneous, 1853-1896
5 80-82 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - diaries (transcriptions only), 1850-1852
5 83 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - estate, 1925-1955
5 84 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - financial assets, 1886-1891
5 85 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - miscellaneous, n.d.
5 86 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - Resolutions from the Chicago Board of Trade re: Civil War, 1862
5 87 Fairbank, Stephen Taylor - correspondence, 1839-1849
5 88 Fairbank, Wallace - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1891-1906
5 89 Fairbank, Wallace - correspondence - to Fairbank, Helen G., 1880-1895
5 90 Fairbank, Wallace - correspondence - to Fairbank, Kellogg, 1887, n.d.
5 91 Fairbank, Wallace - correspondence - to Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1887-1898
5 92 Fairbank family - various relatives, miscellaneous, 1848-1943
5 93 Mason, Frances K. and H. B. - correspondence, 1884-1890
5 94 McIntyre, Delia Gibson - correspondence - to Fairbank, Helen G., n.d.
5 95 Vanderbilt, Cordelia Fairbank - correspondence - to Fairbank, Armenia, 1836-1849, n.d.
5 96 Vanderbilt, Cordelia Fairbank - correspondence - to Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1848-1850, n.d.
5 97 Vanderbilt, Cordelia Fairbank - correspondence - to Stephen T. and Mehitable, 1848
5 98 Vanderbilt, Cordelia Fairbank - correspondence - incoming, miscellaneous, 1847-1849

Series 2: Graham Family, 1775-1933

The Graham family materials include correspondence between members of the Graham family. Most letters discuss family and social life. Letters of John A. Graham during the Civil War complain of secessionists stoping work in his coal fields, and rebels destroying buildings and railroads in the Cumberland area. His letters to wife Helen B. Graham from the 1870s go into some detail about his business dealings in Cumberland, but more of that is to be found with his business papers. A diary kept by Helen B. Graham notes the surrender of Fort Sumpter and following events as she travels home to New York City, probably from upstate. Letters from Wallace Graham while in the Navy describe life on the ship, and ports of call such as Lisbon and Liverpool in great detail. Also of interest are letters from Octavius Pernichief, a well know minister who was close to John A. Graham. Pernichief candidly discusses his personal and professional struggles as he moves from place to place serving different parishes, his unhappiness and philosophical uncertainty.
The John A. Graham business papers contain correspondence and documents pertaining to Graham's coal and iron interests, including the Potomac Wharf Company, the Mount Savage Iron Company, real estate transactions, and lawsuits between investors in these large, interrelated concerns. Materials include deeds and indentures, ledgers, legal documents, mineral surveys, and cancelled checks.
Organized in the following subseries: Subseries 1: Graham Family, 1775-1933; Subseries 2: John A. Graham Business Papers, 1849-1883.
 

Sub-Series 1: Graham Family, 1775-1933


Box Folder Contents
6 99 Beeckman, Catherine Livingston - correspondence - to Graham, Helen B., 1849-1861, n.d.
6 100 Beeckman, Henry - correspondence - to Graham, John A., 1843
6 101 Beeckman, Henry - legal documents, death and estate, 1858-1877
6 102 Beeckman, John - death - correspondence, memorials, 1850
6 103 Beeckman, John Henry - correspondence, 1848-1850
6 104 Graham, Andrew - legal documents, 1788
6 105 Graham, Curtis and Martha - receipts, documents, 1775-1810
6 106 Graham, Edward Chauncey - correspondence, 1883-1893
6 107 Graham, Helen B. - correspondence - to Fairbank, Dexter, 1895
6 108 Graham, Helen B. - correspondence - to Fairbank, Helen G., 1881-1893, n.d.
6 109 Graham, Helen B. - correspondence - to Fairbank, Kellogg, n.d.
6 110 Graham, Helen B. - correspondence - to Graham, John A., 1863, 1875
6 111 Graham, Helen B. - correspondence - incoming miscellaneous, 1850-1895
6 112-116 Graham, Helen B. - diaries, 1861-1891
7 117-118 Graham, Helen B. - diaries, 1892-1895
7 119 Graham, Helen B. - estate of John A. Graham - correspondence - Beall, Annie, 1886-1889
7 120 Graham, Helen B. - estate of John A. Graham - correspondence - Beall, Frank C. and N., 1884-1894
7 121 Graham, Helen B. - estate of John A. Graham - correspondence - Henderson, George, 1883-1884
7 122-124 Graham, Helen B. - estate of John A. Graham - correspondence - Henderson, Richard R., 1884-1896, n.d.
7 125 Graham, Helen B. - estate of John A. Graham - correspondence - McCullogh, Thomas G., 1886-1887
7 126 Graham, Helen B. - estate of John A. Graham - correspondence - miscellaneous, 1884-1889
7 127 Graham, Helen B. - estate of John A. Graham - notes, statements, ca. 1880-1890
7 128 Graham, Helen B. - estate of John A. Graham - power of attorney, 1884
7 129 Graham, Helen B. - souvenir program, 1929
7 130 Graham, Jean Lorimier - correspondence - to Graham, John A., 1848
7 131 Graham, James Lorimer - correspondence, tribute, (see also business papers), 1861-1933
7 132 Graham, Rev. John - Extracts from the Journal of R. John Graham (re: army camp en route to Havana) 1762, published, 1896
8 133 Graham, John A. - correspondence - to Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1882
8 134-136 Graham, John A. - correspondence -to Graham, Helen B., 1859-1877
8 137 Graham, John A. - correspondence - to Taylor, John, 1861
8 138 Graham, John A. - correspondence - from Bryant, William Cullen, Frances, and Julia, 1860-1871
8 139-140 Graham, John A. - correspondence - from Pernichief, Octavius, 1859-1876
8 141 Graham, John A. - correspondence - incoming miscellaneous, 1853-1883
8 142 Graham, John A. - correspondence - letters of introduction, 1870
8 143-147 Graham, John A. - diaries, 1866-1878
9 148 Graham, John A. - diaries, 1879-1882
9 149 Graham, John A. - persona, miscellaneous, 1861-1883
9 150 Graham, Julia - travel diary - trip to England, 1838
9 151 Graham, Lorimer - correspondence, 1883
9 152 Graham, Louise B. - correspondence - incoming and outgoing (see also scrapbooks), 1891-1913
9 153 Graham, Victoire Binesse - correspondence, n.d.
9 154 Graham, Wallace - correspondence - to Fairbank, Helen G., 1862-1867
9 155-156 Graham, Wallace - correspondence - to Graham, Helen B., 1861-1865
9 157 Graham, Wallace - correspondence - to Graham, Henry Beeckman, 1862-1865
9 158 Graham, Wallace - correspondence - to Graham, John A., 1861-1869
9 159 Graham, Wallace - Naval Academy report cards, 1862-1865
9 160 Graham, Wallace - Naval service - correspondence, documents, 1860-1875
9 161 Graham family - miscellaneous and unidentified, 1858-1891, n.d.
9 162 Kelsey, Alex - correspondence - to Graham, Louise B., 1902-1904, n.d.
 

Sub-Series 2: John A. Graham Business Papers, 1849-1883


Box Folder Contents
10 163 Business correspondence - from Alexander, Thomas S., 1870-1876
10 164 Business correspondence - from Austin, Arthur W., 1876
10 165 Business correspondence - from Beall, N., 1870, 1882
10 166 Business correspondence - from Brown, John W., 1873, 1882
10 167 Business correspondence - from Fay, John B., 1877
10 168 Business correspondence - from Fairbank, Peck & Co., 1868-1873
10 169 Business correspondence - from Graham, James Lorimer, 1849-1872
10 170 Business correspondence - from Henderson, George, 1868-1883
10 171 Business correspondence - from Jones, R. Chew, 1872-1877
10 172 Business correspondence - from Kane, James, 1866-1867
10 173 Business correspondence - from Laing, Frederick Jr., 1876-1877
10 174 Business correspondence - from Lathrop, A. H., 1866-1878
10 175 Business correspondence - from Mott, Henry A., 1874-1879
10 176 Business correspondence - from Prentice, W. P., 1880-1881
10 177 Business correspondence - from Schley, James M., 1878-1879
10 178 Business correspondence - from Stack, C., 1861-1876
10 179 Business correspondence - from State of Maryland Court of Appeals, 1875
10 180 Business correspondence - from Tilghman, Frisby L., 1876-1873
10 181 Business correspondence - incoming miscellaneous, 1863-1884
10 182 Business correspondence - outgoing miscellaneous, 1863-ca. 1880
10 183-185 Cancelled checks, 1870-1883
11 186 Cement interests, 1862-1871
11 187 Coal interests - miscellaneous, 1864-1879
11 188 Consolidation Coal Co., 1863-1872
11 189 Cumberland coal lands / Cumberland R. R. Co., 1855-1878
11 190-192 Deeds and indentures, 1850s-1880s
12 193 Findlay mortgage, 1873-1881
12 194-195 Frostburg Coal Co., 1863-1878
12 196 Ledger, 1865-1869
12 197-198 Ledger pages, 1850s-1880s
12 199 Lynn, David - estate (including cement interests, Cumberland property, Potomac Wharf), 1849-1877
13 200 Lynn, David - estate (see also rolled statement at end of series), 1849-1877
13 201-202 Metropolitan Insurance Co., 1865-1877
13 203-204 Mount Savage Iron Co., 1848-1871
13 205 Notes, ca. 1850-1880
14 206 Ocean Coal Co., 1853-1872
14 207-209 Potomac Wharf Co., 1857-1881
14 210 Receipts, 1848-1881
14 211-212 Ritchie Coal & Oil Co. / Ritchie Mineral Resin & Oil Co., 1865-1878
15 213-215 Somerset, Pennsylvania mining region, 1853-1881
15 216 Statements, ca. 1850s-1880s
15 217-218 Van Wert, Ohio property, 1857-1884
15 219 West Virginia Coal Co., 1864-1882
16 220-221 White Plains, Maryland property, 1873-1879
16 Rolled statement on Lynn estate written by John A. Graham, ca. 1870s

Series 3: Carpenter Family, 1832-1957

Predominently correspondence between family members concerning family life, religion, socializing, and gossip. Series also includes Harvard memorabilia of Benjamin Carpenter, childhood artwork by the Carpenter children, newsletters and Christmas cards from the George B. Carpenter Co., and other miscellaneous personal items. Almost half of the series is made up of the genealogical correspondence of Helen Fairbank Carpenter written while researching the two family histories she authored, The Reverend John Graham of Woodbury, Connecticut and his Descendents, and Antecedents and Descendents of Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank (co-authored with Helen De Freitas).
Arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder Contents
17 222 Carpenter, Benjamin (b. 1809) - correspondence - outgoing, 1832-1869
17 223 Carpenter, Benjamin - correspondence - to Carpenter, Benjamin Jr., 1906, 1922
17 224-225 Carpenter, Benjamin - correspondence - to Carpetner, Elizabeth C., 1884-1900, n.d.
17 226 Carpenter, Benjamin - correspondence - to Carpenter, Fairbank, 1923-1924
17 227-229 Carpenter, Benjamin - correspondence - Carpenter, George B., 1884-1889, n.d.
17 230-232 Carpenter, Benjamin - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1895-1922, n.d.
17 233 Carpenter, Benjamin - correspondence - to Carpenter, John and Hubbard, 1884-1885
17 234 Carpenter, Benjamin - correspondence - to Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1893, 1899
17 235 Carpenter, Benjamin - correspondence - outgoing miscellaneous, 1890-1924
17 236 Carpenter, Benjamin - correspondence - incoming miscellaneous, 1877-1913
17 237 Carpenter, Benjamin - Harvard mementos, 1884-1887
17 238 Carpenter, Benjamin - personal, 1872-1925
18 239 Carpenter, Benjamin Jr. - correspondence - to Carpenter, Benjamin, 1908-1919
18 240 Carpenter, Benjamin Jr. - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1909-1943
18 241 Carpenter, Benjamin Jr. - correspondence - to various family, 1910-1923
18 242 Carpenter, Cordelia - correspondence - to Carpenter, Benjamin, 1914-1921, n.d.
18 243-244 Carpenter, Cordelia - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1908-1921, n.d.
18 245 Carpenter, Cordelia - correspondence - to Carpenter, Elizabeth W., 1921, 1930
18 246 Carpenter, Cordelia - correspondence - re: death of Helen F. Carpenter, 1945
18 247 Carpenter, Cordelia - correspondence - miscellaneous, 1957, n.d.
18 248 Carpenter, Cordelia - personal, 1914-1923, n.d.
18 249 Carpetner, Elizabeth C. - correspondence - to Carpenter, Benjamin, 1883-1900
18 250 Carpetner, Elizabeth C. - correspondence - to Carpenter, George B., 1903
18 251 Carpetner, Elizabeth C. - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1897-1902
18 252 Carpetner, Elizabeth C. - correspondence - miscellaneous, 1893-1904, n.d.
18 253 Carpenter, Elizabeth W. - correspondence - to Carpenter, Benjamin, 1914-1916, n.d.
18 254 Carpenter, Elizabeth W. - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1914, n.d.
18 255 Carpenter, Elizabeth W. - correspondence - to various family, 1923, 1957, n.d.
18 256 Carpenter, Elizabeth W. - correspondence - incoming miscellaneous, 1945, n.d.
18 257 Carpenter, Elizabeth W. - miscellaneous personal, 1914-1939
18 258-259 Carpetner, Elizabeth W. - school and artowrk, 1910-1911
19 260 Carpenter, Fairbank - correspondence - to Carpenter, Benjamin, 1914-1921, n.d.
19 261 Carpenter, Fairbank - correspondence - to Carpenter, Cordelia and Elizabeth, 1917, n.d.
19 262 Carpenter, Fairbank - correspondence - to Carpenter, Helen F., 1913-1943, n.d.
19 263 Carpenter, Fairbank - correspondence - outgoing miscellaneous, 1942, n.d.
19 264 Carpenter, Fairbank - childhood artwork, 1906-1912, n.d.
19 265 Carpenter, George A. - correspondence - to Carpenter, George B., 1884-1885
19 266 Carpenter, George B. - correspondence - to Carpenter, Benjamin, 1900
19 267 Carpenter, George B. - correspondence - to Carpenter, Elizabeth C., 1894-1904
19 268 Carpenter, George B. - miscellaneous, 1885, 1893
19 269 Carpenter, Helen F. - correspondence - to Carpenter, Benjamin, 1989, n.d.
19 270 Carpenter, Helen F. - correspondence - Carpenter, Fairbank, 1912, 1924
19 271 Carpenter, Helen F. - correspondence - to Fairbank, Helen G., 1880-1891
19 272 Carpenter, Helen F. - correspondence - to Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1886-1887, n.d.
19 273 Carpenter, Helen F. - correspondence - to Graham, Louise B., 1904, n.d.
19 274 Carpenter, Helen F. - correspondence - outgoing miscellaneous, 1887-1900, n.d.
19 275 Carpenter, Helen F. - correspondence - from Carpenter, Marion, 1943, n.d.
19 276 Carpenter, Helen F. - correspondence - from Schmidt, Elizabeth, 1897-1905
19 277 Carpenter, Helen F. - correspondence - incoming miscellaneous, 1885-1943
19 278 Carpenter, Helen F. - address book, n.d.
20 279 Carpenter, Helen F. - childhood, ca. 1880, n.d.
20 280 Carpenter, Helen F. - financial, 1932-1945
20 281 Carpenter, Helen F. - miscellaneous personal, 1938-1945, n.d.
20 282-286 Carpenter, Helen F. - genealogy research, 1920s-1940s
21 287-292 Carpenter, Helen F. - genealogy research, 1920s-1940s
22 293-298 Carpenter, Helen F. - genealogy research, 1920s-1940s
23 299-301 Carpenter, Helen F. - genealogy research, 1920s-1940s
23 302 Field, Richard - correspondence, 1864-1869
23 303 George B. Carpenter & Co. - newsletters and Christmas cards, 1940, n.d.

Series 4: Nathan S. Davis Family, 1861-1955

Series contains mostly materials pertaining to Nathan S. Davis, Sr., a renowned physician who founded the American Medical Association, his son, and grandson. Nathan S. Davis Sr.'s correspondence is nearly all incoming from professional colleagues which discuss meetings of the International Medical Conference, the Journal of the American Medical Association, and the American Medical Association itself. Papers of Nathan S. Davis, Jr. include some correspondence, notes, and mementos from a trip to Buenos Aires, Argentina. The materials of Nathan S. Davis, III, who was married to Cordelia Carpenter, include a small amount of correspondence, published medical articles, and writing and research materials.
Arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder Contents
24 304 Davis, Anna Parker - correspondence, 1867-1882
24 305 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - to Davis, Nathan S. Jr, 1876-1877
24 306 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - to various friends and family, 1888-1878
24 307 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - to professional colleagues, 1861-1899, n.d.
24 308 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Atkinson, William B., 1865-1884
24 309 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Billings, John S., 1881-1895
24 310 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Bowditch, Henry I., 1863-1899
24 311 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Campbell, Henry F., 1882
24 312 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Comecys, C. C., 1882-1888
24 313 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Condié, D. Francis, 1862
24 314 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Connoer, Leartus, 1882, 1889
24 315 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Culbertson, H., 1883
24 316 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Dennis, Frederic S., 1886
24 317 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Dunglison, Richard J., 1883-1889
24 318 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Eggleston, W. G., 1885-1889
24 319 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Flint, Austin, 1869-1899
24 320 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Flint, Austin Jr., 1883-1886
24 321 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Garcelon, Alonzo, 1882-1883
24 322 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Gross, S. D. (Samuel David), 1862-1883
24 323 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Hamilton, John B., 1885-1896
24 324 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Hibbird, James F., 1884-1885
24 325 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Hollister, J. H., 1884-1889
24 326 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Ingals, Ephraim, 1881-1882
24 327 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Jacobi, A., 1884-1892
25 328 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from March, Alden, 1865, 1867
25 329 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Marcy, Henry O., 1883-1892
25 330 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Mussey, W. H., 1865
25 331 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Shattuck, George G., 1865-1867, n.d.
25 332 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Shoemaker, John V., 1883-1886
25 333 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Smith, Henry H., 1885-1888
25 334 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Storer, Horatio R., 1865-1871
25 335 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - from Toner, Joseph M., 1880-1896
25 336-338 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - incoming miscellaneous, 1853-1904, n.d.
25 338a Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - incoming miscellaneous (was bound in book), 1888-1893
25 339 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - incoming from siblings, 1853-1903
25 340 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - correspondence - letters of reference (copies), 1865
25 341 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - biographical sketches, essays, 1910-1944, n.d.
25 342 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - death - memorials, obits, 1904
26 343 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - International Medical Congress - Committee for Collective Investigation surveys, 1887
26 344 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - International Medical Congress - notes, clippings, 1885-1887, n.d.
26 345 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - International Medical Congress - programs, circulars, 1875-1890
26 346 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - International Medical Congress - speech, 1866
26 347 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - American Medical Association - editorias (drafts), ca. 1885-1889
26 348 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - American Medical Association - business materials, expenses, 1863-1890
26 349 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - Journal of the American Medical Association - reports (handwritten drafts), ca. 1885-1889
26 350 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - miscellaneous mementos, 1854-1889, n.d.
26 351 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - political speech, n.d.
26 352 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - prescriptions, 1871-1876, n.d.
26 353 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - printed materials / pamphlets, 1883-1940
26 354 Davis, Nathan S. Sr. - reminiscences of childhood (transcription), 1893
26 355 Davis, Nathan S. Jr. - correspondence - to family, 1874-1877
26 356 Davis, Nathan S. Jr. - correspondence - incoming miscellaneous, 1876-1915
26 357 Davis, Nathan S. Jr. - death and estate, 1921
26 358 Davis, Nathan S. Jr. - History of Northwestern Medical School - notes, 1905, n.d.
26 359 Davis, Nathan S. Jr. - mementos from Buenos Aires trip, 1876-1877
26 360 Davis, Nathan S. Jr. - receipts, 1885, 1901
26 361 Davis, Nathan S. III - correspondence - incoming miscellaneous, 1922-1950
26 362 Davis, Nathan S. III - floorplan for proposed medical ward, 1945
26 363 Davis, Nathan S. III - mementos, 1933-1947, n.d.
27 364 Davis, Nathan S. III - published articles, 1913-1950
27 365-369 Davis, Nathan S. III - writing and research, 1940s
27 370 Davis family - miscellaneous correspondence and clippings, 1868-1955, n.d.
27 371 Davis family - genealogy, 1922-1943, n.d.

Series 5: Family History, 1805-ca. 1930s

Transcriptions of family letters, family trees, and genealogies. Research was presumably done by Helen Fairbank Carpenter and niece Helen De Freitas for their published family histories. Also includes a few miscellaneous family documents, and a notebook whose author could not be discerned.
Arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder Contents
28 372 Beeckman family letters 1849-1961 (includes family history and photographs), ca. 1930s
28 373 Bell, Laird - Ancestors of, ca. 1930s
28 374 Bradley, Eleanor - Ancestors of, ca. 1930s
28 375-379 Fairbank family letters, 1865-1890, ca. 1930s
29 380-382 Fairbank family letters, 1891-1926, ca. 1930s
29 383 Graham family letters, 1961-1930 ca. 1903s
29 384 Graham family genealogy, ca. 1930s
30 385 Kellogg family genealogy, ca. 1930s
30 386 Marshall family genealogy, ca. 1930s
30 387 Family documents, 1805-1848
30 388 Family documents - reproductions, ca. 1930s
30 389 Genealogy charts, ca. 1930s
30 390 Gravesite locations, ca. 1930s
30 391 Unidentified notebook, 1810-1811

Series 6: Photographs, ca. 1850-ca. 1950

Portraits and candid photographs of the Fairbank and Graham families, pictures of Fairbank vacation home, the Butternuts, in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, ancestral homes, gravesites, pets, and family heirlooms.
Arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder Contents
31 392 Beeckman, Catherine Livingston, ca. 1860s
31 393 Beeckman, Gilbert, Margaret and family, ca. 1860s-1870s
31 394 Beeckman, Henry, ca. 1850s-1870s
31 395 Beeckman, John H., ca. 1870s
31 396 Carpenter, Benjamin (b. 1809) and Abigail Hayes, ca. 1860s
31 397 Carpenter, Benjamin, 1886-1927, n.d.
31 398 Carpenter, Benjamin - Harvard, ca. 1888
31 399 Carpenter, Benjamin - with children, ca. 1890-1910
31 400 Carpenter, Benjamin - children - baby portraits, ca. 1815-1905
31 401-402 Carpenter, Benjamin - children - childhood portraits, ca. 1900-1910
31 403 Carpenter, Benjamin - children - candids, ca. 1900-1910
31 404 Carpenter, Benjamin - family portratis, ca. 1920-1925
31 405 Carpenter, Benjamin Jr., ca. 1910-1920
31 406 Carpenter, Cordelia (later Davis), ca. 1920-1940
31 407 Carpenter, Cordelia (Davis) and Davis children, ca. 1929
32 408 Carpenter, Elizabeth C. - tintypes, ca. 1850s
32 409 Carpenter, Elizabeth C., ca. 1870-1894
32 410 Carpenter, Elizabeth W., ca. 1920-1930
32 411 Carpenter, George A, Harriet, and family, 1888-1924
32 412 Carpenter, George B., ca, 1880-1900
32 413 Carpenter, George B. and sons, ca. 1900
32 414 Carpenter, Helen F., 1868-ca.1880
32 415-417 Carpenter, Helen G., ca. 1881-1910
32 418 Carpenter, Helen G. with children, ca. 1890-1900
32 419 Carpenter, John Aldin, 1879-1897
32 420 Carpenter family - unidentified and miscellaneous, ca. 1900-1950
32 421 Carpenter and Fairbank families - group portrait, ca. 1900
32 422 Clark, Laura Graham (painted portraits), n.d.
33 423 Davis, Nathan S. Jr., ca. 1860
33 424 de Casteleone, Henri and Martha Graham, ca. 1860
33 425 Fairbank, Cordelia, n.d.
33 426 Fairbank, Graham and Kellogg - baby portraits, 1867, n.d.
33 427-429 Faribank, Helen G., ca. 1860s-1890s
33 430 Fairbank, Helen, Margaret, and Nathalie, ca. 1880s
33 431-435 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg, 1850-ca. 1890s
33 436 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg on Jekyl Island, ca. 1880s
33 437 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg - painted portraits, bust, ca, 1870s, n.d.
33 438 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg with daughters, 1868-ca. 1880
33 439 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg with grandchildren, ca. 1890s
33 440 Fairbank, Nathaniel Kellogg and Helen G. at Batemans, n.d.
33 441 Fairbank, Octavia, ca. 1860s
33 442-443 Fairbank family - unidentified and miscellaneous, ca. 1850-1940
33 444 Gibson, George, ca. 1850, ca. 1880
33 445 Gibson, Mary Jane Vanderbilt, ca. 1820-1910
33 446 Gibson family - miscellaneous, ca. 1850-1880
34 447 Graham, Albert B., ca. 1860
34 448 Graham, Andrew and Sarah (painted portraits), n.d.
34 449 Graham, Charles Horatio (painted portraits), n.d.
34 450 Graham, Edward Chauncey, ca. 1860, 1890
34 451 Graham, Elizabeth Bacon, ca. 1860
34 452 Graham, Jean Lorimer, ca. 1860s-1880s
34 453 Graham, Helen Beeckman, ca. 1850-1896
34 454 Graham, John Andrew and Margaret (painted portraits), n.d.
34 455 Graham, John Andrew, ca. 1850-1860
34 456 Graham, John Andrew - children, ca. 1860s
34 457 Graham, John Lorimer and Emily Mathilda, ca. 1860s
34 458 Graham, Louise B., ca. 1860s-1900
34 459 Graham, Mariah Antoinette, ca. 1860s-1900
34 460 Graham, Nathan Burr (painted portriats), n.d.
34 461 Graham, Nathan Burr Jr., ca. 1870s
34 462 Graham, Wallace B., ca. 1850s-1900
34 463 Graham, Wallace Alexander, ca. 1860s-1900
34 464 Graham and Beeckman families - miscellaneous, ca. 1850s-1900
34 465 Green, Eliza, ca. 1900
34 466 Livington family, ca. 1860
34 467 Manvel, Eliza Graham, ca. 1860s
34 468 McIntyre, Delia Gibson, ca. 1860s-1900
34 469 Vanderbilt, Henry S. (painted portrait), n.d.
34 470 Varnum family, ca. 1860s-1900
34 471 Young, Evelyn - photo album - Lac de Flambeau, Palm Beach, Louisville, 1902-1903
34 472 Unidentified and miscellaneous people, ca. 1850-1900
35 473 Ancestral homes - Fairbank Family - Ireland and Massachusetts, ca. 1900
35 474 Ancestral homes - Graham Family - Connecticut and other locations, ca. 1860s-1900
35 475 Ancestral homes - Green, Eliza - New Hampshire, n.d.
35 476 The Butternuts, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, ca. 1900
35 477 The Butternuts, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin - stereoscope cards, ca. 1900
35 478 Gravesite - Carpenter, Benjamin (1726-1804), n.d.
35 479 Gravesites - Fairbank family, n.d.
35 480 Gravesites - Graham family, n.d.
35 481 Houses and buildings - miscellaneous, ca. 1910-1950
35 482 Lake Geneva, 1890, n.d.
35 483 Pets, n.d.
35 484 Silver and dishes, n.d.
35 485 Glass negatives, n.d.

Series 7: Scrapbooks and Maps, 1825-1927

Scrapbooks kept by Louise B. Graham, a niece of John Andrew Graham who became close to the Carpenter children. Her scrapbooks are full of letters to and from the Carpenter children, who called her "Granny Lulu," photographs and clippings. Also a scrapbook of condolence letters received by George A. Carpenter upon the death of his brother Benjamin Carpenter; and one scrapbook of Theodore Roosevelt clippings kept by an unknown creator. Maps are primarily of the coal lands of the Cumberland, Maryland area, South Carolina, and West Virginia, and plat maps drawn up of properties owned by John A Graham and his business partners in Cumberland.
Arranged by size and type of material.

Box Folder Contents
36 Scrapbook - Graham, Louise B., 1909
36 Scrapbook - Graham, Louise B., 1910-1912
36 Scrapbook - Graham, Louise B., n.d.
37 Scrapbook - Carpenter, George A. - condolence letters for the death of Benjamin Carpenter, 1927
37 Scrapbook - Theodore Roosevelt - creator unknown, ca. 1920s
38 486 Map - Cumberland - Allegany Co. Maryland, 1875
38 487 Map - Cumberland, Maryland - illustrated and mounted on canvas, ca. 1870s
38 488 Map - Cumberland, Maryland - topograpical maps of Cumberland coal fields and railways, ca. 1870s
38 489 Map - South Carolina, Georgetown district, 1825
38 490 Map - West Virginia - petrolium district, ca. 1870s
38 491-492 Plat maps, Cumberland, Maryland, and other locations, ca. 1870s