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Guide to the Lott family papers ARC.186

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Administrative Information

Conditions Governing Access

Open to researchers without restriction.

Conditions Governing Use

Reproduction rights for photographs have not been evaluated. Please consult library staff for more information.

Preferred Citation

Identification of item, date (if known); Lott family papers, ARC.186, Box and Folder number; Brooklyn Historical Society.

Related Materials

Related archival collections at the Brooklyn Historical Society:

Missing Title

  1. 1973.216, Vanderveer family title abstract, 1803-1910
  2. 1977.232, Bennett family Bible and genealogical register, 1814-1936
  3. 1977.370, Adrian Martense and Jacobus Van Duyne bond of indenture and related documents, circa 1780-1800
  4. 1978.002, William F. Wyckoff papers, 1695-1942
  5. 1979.022, Brooklyn property records, 1683-1920
  6. V1981.009, Families of Flatbush portrait album, 1870-1890
  7. ARC.001, Bennet Ryder collection, 1670-2006
  8. ARC.006, Teunis G. Bergen and Bergen family collection, 1639-1893
  9. ARC.025, Jacques Cortelyou papers, 1706-1898
  10. ARC.026, Timothy Townsend Cortelyou papers, 1810-1826
  11. ARC.039, Hegeman family papers and photographs, 1809-1899
  12. ARC.145, Lefferts family papers, circa 1650s-1970s
  13. ARC.191, Adrian Vanderveer Martense collection, 1872-1889
  14. ARC.196, Charles A. Ditmas collection, 1687-circa 1935
  15. ARC.230, Erasmus Hall Academy records, 1787-1896
  16. ARC.279, Terhune and Wyckoff families papers
  17. ARC.281, Anita Lott Cruikshank collection of Kings County, N.Y., family papers

Other Finding Aids

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

Accession 1977.029 was the gift of Miss Ditmas through the Brooklyn Museum, 1935. Accessions 1977.352 and V1991.137 are presumed to have been the gift of Charles L. Livingston, Jr., date unknown. Accession 1983.003 was the gift of Judge Wildermuth, 1980. Accession 2001.051 was the gift of Elizabeth S. Livingston, 2001. Sources and dates of acquisition for accessions 1977.513, 1978.147, 1980.002, 1985.038, and 1991.011 are unknown.

Processing Information

Minimally processed to the collection level.

The collection combines the accessions 1977.029, 1977.352, 1977.513, 1978.147, 1980.002, 1983.003, 1985.038, 1991.011, 2001.051, and V1991.137.

Visual materials which were originally part of accession 1977.352 were added to the collection by archivist John Zarrillo in December 2014. Blueprints for the H. D. Lott residence in Flatbush added to the collection by John Zarrillo in Feburary 2015. One folder containing genealogies of the Schenck and Van Eyck families which had been separated from the papers was reintegrated by John Zarrillo in November 2015.

Material found in repository added to collection by Lena Evers-Hillstrom in October 2018.