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SERIES 1: EDWARD CRITCHLOW DIARIES, LETTERS, AND PERSONAL PAPERS, 1882-1920.
Diaries kept by Edward Benjamin Critchlow 1908-14, 1918, 1920
Letters received, A-Z 1896-1913
Miscellaneous papers, including: Address book, 1882 1882-1920
Clippings relating to Critchlow, R.G. McNiece, Utah and the Mormons 1896-1920, n.d.
Miscellaneous family papers, including:
Copy of will 1889
Fragment of May (Critchlow) Prentice diary of trip to Europe 1898
SERIES 2: FAMILY PAPERS, 1811-1933.
YARDLEY FAMILY PAPERS, 1819-1933.
Letters of Eliza Pearson (Jenks) Yardley, including:
Letter from her brother, Michael Hutchinson Jenks July 21, 1862
Letter from her brother, William P. Jenks July 19, 1868
Letters by Thomas W. Yardley
To various members of the family 1847-95
Letters by George Eugene Yardley ca. 1860-86
Letters to George Eugene Yardley Regarding Yardley family genealogy and history 1881-82
George Eugene Yardley miscellany. 1855, n.d
Genealogical notes on the Yardley family [1881-83]
Yardley family miscellany 1819-1904, n.d.
Correspondence of Wade Hampton Yardley Concerning the Hampton genealogy; Genealogical notes on the Hampton family; and, Hampton family miscellany 1902-33
MARTIN FAMILY PAPERS, 1851-1866
Correspondence and papers of James Martin regarding activities during the Civil War, including:
Orders and letters from Augustus Boyd, Milton Cogswell, Edward Davis Townsend, Edward Worthington Smith, Matthew C. Crier, A. Gilchrist, William H. Jameson, James Franklin Randlett, Joseph Roswell Hawley, and William Hoffman, etc. 1851-66
Civil war clippings n.d.
Correspondence and papers of Mary Jenks (Yardley) Martin (Mrs. James Martin), mainly relating to her position as Postmistress in Burlington, N.J., including:
Letters from Alexander Cattell, John Rhoderic McPherson, William Freeman Vilas, etc. 1866-98
Account book 1861-64
JENKS FAMILY PAPERS, 1811-1855 AND n.d.
Miscellaneous invitations 1821-1902, n.d.
Verses and notes. n.d
Letter of James Sommerville to his brother John Aug. 14, 1811
Anonymous manuscript, "On the use of Ardent Spirits and the propriety of converting the production of the earth into them." n.d.
Exchange of correspondence between Elias Hicks and Elders of the Quaker Church in Philadelphia 1822
Checks drawn on the Planters' and Mechanics Bank of South Carolina 1848-55
Calling cards n.d.