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Box 3

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Contains 21 Results:

Elizabeth Everett Butler - outgoing - Everett, Anna (sister) (incl. notes from J.J. Butler), 1857-1867, n.d.

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 126
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1857-1867, n.d.

Elizabeth Everett Butler - outgoing - Everett, Cynthia (sister), 1855-1873

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 127
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1855-1873

Elizabeth Everett Butler - outgoing - Everett, Jennie (sister), 1850-1876

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 128
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1850-1876

Elizabeth Everett Butler - outgoing - Everett, Lewis (brother), 1854

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 129
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1854

Elizabeth Everett Butler - outgoing - Everett, Mary (sister), 1850-1876

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 130
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1850-1876

Elizabeth Everett Butler - outgoing - Everett, Robert Jr. (brother), 1856, n.d.

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 131
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1856, n.d.

Elizabeth Everett Butler - outgoing - Everett, Robert and Elizabeth (parents), 1851-1877

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 132
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1851-1877

Elizabeth Everett Butler - outgoing - Pritchard, Sarah (sister) (incl. notes from J.J. Butler), 1850-1875

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 133
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1850-1875

Elizabeth Everett Butler - outgoing - to family (incl. notes from J.J. Butler), 1851-1877

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 134
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1851-1877

J.J. Butler - outgoing - Everett, Jennie (sister-in-law), 1878-1883

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 135
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1878-1883

J.J. Butler - outgoing - Everett, John Eddie (nephew), 1883-1885

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 136
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1883-1885

J.J. Butler - outgoing - Everett, Mary (sister-in-law), 1877-1884

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 137
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1877-1884

J.J. Butler - outgoing - Everett family (incl. letters from Europe), 1855-1891

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 138
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1855-1891

Hattie Butler Putnam - outgoing - Everett, Anna (aunt), 1872-1893

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 139
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1872-1893

Hattie Butler Putnam - outgoing - Everett, Jennie (aunt), 1876-1883

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 140
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1876-1883

Hattie Butler Putnam - outgoing - Everett, John Eddie (cousin), 1883-1919

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 141
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1883-1919

Hattie Butler Putnam - outgoing - Everett, Mary (aunt), 1873-1914, n.d.

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 142
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1873-1914, n.d.

Hattie Butler Putnam - outgoing - Everett, Robert and Elizabeth (grandparents), 1863-1878

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 143
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1863-1878

Hattie Butler Putnam - outgoing - Everett, Sarah (aunt), 1867-1881

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 144
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1867-1881

Hattie Butler Putnam - outgoing - Everett family, 1868-1896

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 145
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1868-1896

Eva Putnam - outgoing - to family, 1896, n.d.

 unspecified — Box: 3, Folder: 146
Scope and Contents note From the Sub-Series: Elizabeth Everett Butler (1818-1877) was the eldest daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Everett. Educated at the Young Ladies' Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY, she remained there as a teacher and also principal. She married Reverend J.J. Butler and had a son, John H., and two daughters, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Hattie. The family lived in New Hampton, New Hampshire, for many years, later settling in Hillsdale, Michigan, where Butler was a professor of theology at Hillsdale College. Their son J.H....
Dates: 1896, n.d.