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Contains 58 Results:

Adgate, Asa from Rufus Norton, Sept. 20, 1796

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Sept. 20, 1796

Adgate, Asa from Benjamin Bacon, March 30, 1814

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: March 30, 1814

Adgate, Asa from Reuben Whallon, Nov. 22, 1815

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Nov. 22, 1815

Adgate, Asa to unidentified, ca.1815

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 3a
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: ca.1815

Adgate, Asa to Return J. Meigs, Postmaster General, ca. 1815-1817

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: ca. 1815-1817

Adgate, Asa from David B. McNeil, Jan. 1, 1816

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Jan. 1, 1816

Adgate, Asa from Return J. Meigs, Jan. 9, 1816

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Jan. 9, 1816

Adgate, Asa from A. Drury, Jan. 29, 1816

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Jan. 29, 1816

Adgate, Asa from G. Stow, March 30, 1816

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: March 30, 1816

Adgate, Asa from Benj. Mooers, April 6, 1816

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: April 6, 1816

Adgate, Asa from Luther Adgate, Nov. 13, 1816

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Nov. 13, 1816

Adgate, Asa from Rev. Wm Thos Dunn, Dec. 16, 1816

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Dec. 16, 1816

Adgate, Asa and John Savage from G. Edson, Henry W. Ross, and David B. McNeil, Dec. 28, 1816

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 12
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Dec. 28, 1816

Adgate, Asa from Thomas Dunn, 1816-1817

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: 1816-1817

Adgate, Asa from James McIntyre, 1816-1817

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 14
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: 1816-1817

Adgate, Asa from Dan Reuner, Jan. 8, 1817

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 15
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Jan. 8, 1817

Adgate, Asa from Henry M. Ross, Jan. 27, 1817

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 16
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Jan. 27, 1817

Adgate, Asa from Reuben Sanford, Jan. 28, 1817

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 17
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Jan. 28, 1817

Adgate, Asa to Rev. W. Booge (?), Jan. 1817

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 18
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Jan. 1817

Adgate, Asa from Joseph Delaplaine, Feb. 15, 1817

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 19
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Feb. 15, 1817

Adgate, Asa to Archibald S. Clarke, April, 1817

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 20
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: April, 1817

Adgate, Asa from Thomas Adgate, ca. 1817

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 21
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: ca. 1817

Adgate, Asa from Hannah (Adgate) Bacon, 1813-1819

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 22
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: 1813-1819

Adgate, Asa to George Willson, bill for services, Sept. 9, 1830

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 23
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: Sept. 9, 1830

Adgate, David from O.C. Comstock, May 25, 1816

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 24
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Contains correspondence primarily between family members but also letters related to professional, financial, government, and legal matters. The letters written by women (especially Julia F. Adgate Knowles, Eunice B. Adgate, and Hannah Bacon) reveal much about religion, women’s roles, health, education, and local and national issues of their respective periods. Also includes Beatrice Maud (Michell) Knowles’s correspondence related to her role as national chair/president of American Mothers, one...
Dates: May 25, 1816