Preliminary Guide to the Young Family Papers
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Preliminary Guide to the Young Family Papers, ca. 1839-1911
Collection number: Wyles Mss 19
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Title: Young Family Papers,
Date (inclusive): ca. 1839-1911
Collection Number: Wyles Mss 19
.4 linear feet
(1 document box)
University of California, Santa Barbara. Library. Department of Special Collections
Santa Barbara, California 93106-9010
Physical Location: Del Sur
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Young Family Papers. Wyles Mss 19. Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Scope and Content of Collection
The collection contains correspondence and business-related materials concerning the Young family of Paw Paw, Michigan, as
well as correspondence relating to a number of other Michigan families including Butler, Carpenter, Comstock, Goodrich, Henry,
Hibner, Maloney, Moyer, Nellie, Poucher, Richards, Shallenberger, Shekell, Toll, Tucker, Welch, and Wood. Interspersed throughout
the collection are Civil War letters from members of the various families.
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,
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: 7
Carpenter, 1859-1864, n.d.
Box 1: 8
Comstock (related to Wood family), 1853-1877, n.d.
Box 1: 10
Goodrich, Charles W., 1865
Box 1: 13
Maloney, 1849, 1859, n.d.
Box 1: 17
Richards, George H., 1839-1840
Box 1: 18
Shallenberger, Mary E., 1860
Box 1: 20 - 21
Toll, Charles - includes correspondence and essays/speeches, 1847-1875, n.d.
Box 1: 24
Wood (related to Comstock family), 1851-1911, n.d.
Box 1: 25
Unknown, 1867, 1876, 1879
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