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Preliminary Guide to the Young Family Papers
Wyles Mss 19  
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Series 1.  Young Family

Box 1: 1 - 2

Young, George

Box 1: 1

Business - advertisements, correspondence, documents, ca. 1860s-1875, n.d.

Box 1: 2

Correspondence - mainly from sister Eliza, other family members, and friends, 1862-1867, n.d.

Box 1: 3

Young, Mary - Correspondence, 1862-1866, n.d.

Box 1: 4 - 5

Young, Wesley [C.W.] -- Correspondence, mainly from family and friends, along with some business correspondence, 1863-1869, n.d.

 

Series 2.  Other Families

Scope and Content Note

Includes Civil War correspondence from members of the following families, in some cases to members of the Young family.
Box 1: 6

Butler, Chauncey, 1862

Box 1: 7

Carpenter, 1859-1864, n.d.

Box 1: 8

Comstock (related to Wood family), 1853-1877, n.d.

Box 1: 9

[Cranck?], Joseph, 1861

Box 1: 10

Goodrich, Charles W., 1865

Box 1: 11

Henry, B. W., 1846-1850

Box 1: 12

Hibner, Henry, 1860-1863

Box 1: 13

Maloney, 1849, 1859, n.d.

Box 1: 14

Moyer, William H., 1862

Box 1: 15

Nellie, Sam, 1864

Box 1: 16

Poucher, Charles, 1863

Box 1: 17

Richards, George H., 1839-1840

Box 1: 18

Shallenberger, Mary E., 1860

Box 1: 19

Shekell, John M., 1862

Box 1: 20 - 21

Toll, Charles - includes correspondence and essays/speeches, 1847-1875, n.d.

Box 1: 22

Tucker, Luther, 1846

Box 1: 23

Welch, 1864, 1865

Box 1: 24

Wood (related to Comstock family), 1851-1911, n.d.

Box 1: 25

Unknown, 1867, 1876, 1879

 

Series 3.  Broadsides

Box 1: 26

Advertisement by Nettleton, Gilbert & Camp, Counsellors at Law, New York City, to collect bounties, pay, and prize money for Civil War pensioners and deceased soldiers, 1863