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Guide to the Erving-King Family Papers
1709-1975 (bulk 1780-1939)
  MS 204

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Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: King (Family)
Title: Erving-King Family Papers
Dates [inclusive]: 1709-1975 (bulk 1780-1939)
Abstract: The collection consists of correspondence, diaries, maps, printed matter, genealogical material, etc., assembled by James Gore King V (1898-1979). The collection concerns the Erving and King families, other families from whom he directly descended, and some collateral branches. The following individuals are comparatively well documented: James Gore King (1791-1853), Edward King (1833-1908), Col. John Erving (1789-1862), John Erving (1833-1917), and William Van Rensselaer (1805-1872).
Quantity: 19 Linear feet (36 boxes, 32 volumes)
Language: The documents in the collection are in English.
Call Phrase: MS 204

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Historical Note

This collection, assembled by James Gore King V (1898-1979), records the history of his family from mid-eighteenth century to 1959 and traces his genealogy in America, Great Britain and Europe. The papers concern the Erving and King families; other families from whom JGK directly descended, and some collateral branches and connecting families are included. The papers of Fanny King [Mrs. Edmund] Ward were added in March 1980 by Mrs. Edmund M. Cocec.

The progenitors of James Gore King V's mother and father were early New England settlers. John Erving (1692-1786) made a fortune as a merchant in Boston. Richard King (1718-1775), son of John King, became a wealthy trader in the District of Maine. Many of their descendents and relatives were prominent in politics, diplomacy, military service, law, business, banking and letters; particularly in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and Great Britain and Europe. Through circumstances of war, politics and marriage, the branches from whom JGK descended were established in and around New York City by the early nineteenth century. They were well-to-do, and connected by marriage with other distinguished and prominent New York families. Whether at home or on their frequent travels within the United States and abroad, they moved in the top social and political circles of their day.

The lives of five men are comparatively well documented in this collection. James Gore King (1791-1853) attended school in England and France while his father, Rufus King (1755-1827), was ambassador to London. After graduating from Harvard and studying law, he became a banker, and in 1818 with his brother-in-law, Archibald Gracie, established in Liverpool the firm of King and Gracie. Returning to New York in 1824, he became a partner in what became Prime, Ward and King, and built the family home, Highwood, in Weehawken, N.J. During the panic of 1837, he personally secured in England enough gold to enable the United States to resume specie payment. He was also active in politics and railroad development. His third son, Edward King (1833-1908), attended Harvard and while in Cambridge lived with the Agassiz family. He and his first wife, Isabella Cochrane, were married in Edinburgh in 1858. He became president of the Union Trust Co. and of the New York Stock Exchange and was active in the Harvard Club of New York. Col. John Erving (1789-1862), a career officer in the United States Army, served in the war of 1812 and the Mexican War. He was popular with his men, and with hostesses at his Army posts. When not accompanying him, his wife, Emily Sophia Langdon-Elwyn, and their children lived in Philadelphia; then settled in New York. Their son, John Erving (1833-1917), graduated from Harvard in 1853 and became a lawyer in New York. He managed the financial affairs of his family. He served in the Army during the Civil War and in 1862 married Cornelia Van Rensselaer. Their principal home was at Manursing Island, Rye, N.Y., where the Van Rensselaers also lived. William Van Rensselaer (1805-1872), Cornelia's father, was the second son of Stephen Van Rensselaer, "eighth patroon" of vast land holdings in Albany and Rensselaer Counties. He graduated from Yale in 1824, traveled and studied law in Europe, and after the death of his first wife in 1836 married her sister Sarah Rogers. He managed his estates from his home, Beverwyck, across the Hudson from Albany, until 1846, when the family moved to New York City and Manursing Island. The younger John Erving and Edward King were classmates at Harvard. They became the grandfathers of James Gore King V.

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Scope and Content Note

The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence (mostly among family members), diaries and journals (many from trips abroad), and various legal and financial documents (particularly wills). It is concentrated in the period from about 1795 to World War I. The papers delineate personal and social lives; they deal to a much lesser extent with public, political and business affairs. They document many aspects of the lives of women and men: birth, marriage and death, daily activities and events, visits and travels, and interpersonal relations among families and friends.

The collection contains many individual manuscripts relating to prominent historical figures. However, most papers of the best-known members of the Erving and King families (Rufus King, for example) are in other collections; those that are in this collection are, with some exceptions, copies.

There is voluminous genealogical material, much in the form of repetitious handwritten notations. The genealogies of connecting families are often indispensable to identifying individuals mentioned in the collection. There are also inventories of personal property, memorabilia, such as invitations, visiting cards, drawings and paintings, maps, pamphlets, newspapers, clippings, and photographs of people, of family homes and monuments, of family portraits, and of places visited.

Unless specified in the inventory as copies (typed copies, manuscript copies or photocopies), documents are assumed to be original.

Arrangement

The Erving-King Papers are divided into three series. Series III, Oversize Materials, is divided into three subseries.

Within Series I and Series II, individuals' papers are arranged alphabetically by first name, related families follow alphabetically by surname. Some volumes are placed with the individual; most are at the end of the series.

The Erving-King papers are organized into the following three series:

Series I: Erving and related families

Series II: King and related families

Series III: Oversize Materials

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Access Points

Subject Names

  • Erving, Cornelia Van Rensselaer
  • Erving, John, 1789-1862
  • Erving, John, 1833-1917
  • King, Edwd. (Edward), 1833-1908
  • King, James G. (James Gore), 1791-1853
  • King, James Gore, 1898-1979
  • Van Rensselaer, William Paterson, 1805-1872

Document Type

  • Diaries.
  • Genealogies (histories)
  • Maps.

Subject Places

  • New York (N.Y.)

Family Name(s)

  • Irwin family

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Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Open to qualified researchers.

Use Restrictions

Photocopying undertaken by staff only. Limited to 20 exposures of stable, unbound material per day. Application to use images from this collection for publication should be made in writing to: Department of Rights and Reproductions, The New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024-5194, rightsandrepro@nyhistory.org. Phone: (212) 873-3400 ext. 282.

Copyrights and other proprietary rights may subsist in individuals and entities other than the New-York Historical Society, in which case the patron is responsible for securing permission from those parties. For fuller information about rights and reproductions from N-YHS visit: https://www.nyhistory.org/about/rights-reproductions

Preferred Citation

This collection should be cited as Erving-King Family Papers, New-York Historical Society.

Related Material at The New-York Historical Society

Further information about the Erving and King families is located at the New-York Historical Society within the Rufus King Papers and the King Family Papers.

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Container List

Series I: Erving and Related Families

Scope and Contents note

Consists of diaries, letters, genealogical and other papers of the Erving family and related families.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Folder : E1-A Family Genealogical Notes
1838-1929, Undated
Box: 1 Folder : E1-B Family Genealogical Notes
1914-1955, Undated
Box: 1 Folder : E2-A Abigail Erving, correspondence, including note of her death
1844 Mar.-1850 Aug.
Box: 1 Folder : E2-B Abigail Erving, correspondence
1826 Mar.-1843 Dec.
Box: 1 Folder : E3 Ann (Shaeffe) Erving, correspondence sent by friends
1781 Feb.-1786 May, Undated
Box: 1 Folder : E4 Cornelia V. R. Erving, diaries, journals, cards, death notices
1860-1913
Box: 1 Folder : E5 Cornelia V. R. Erving, correspondence sent to family, friends
1861-1913
Box: 2 Folder : E6 Cornelia V. R. Erving, correspondence sent to Grace and Fanny Schuyler
1869-1890
Box: 2 Folder : E7 Cornelia V. R. Erving, correspondence sent to Cornelia V. R. Pruyn
1895 Nov.-1896 Sept.
Box: 2 Folder : E8-A Cornelia V. R. Erving, correspondence, speeches, notes relating to Causeries de Lundi
1894-1913
Box: 2 Folder : E8-B Cornelia V. R. Erving, speeches, notes, publications relating to Causeries de Lundi
1889-1930
Box: 2 Folder : E9-A Cornelia V. R. Erving, poetry, prose, other writings
1878-1913, Undated
Box: 2 Folder : E9-B Cornelia V. R. Erving, poetry, prose, other writings
Undated
Box: 2 Folder : E9-C Cornelia V. R. Erving, poetry, prose, other writings
1892, Undated
Box: 3 Folder : E10 Edward S. Erving, correspondence sent to John Irving, poetry
1814-1835
Box: 3 Folder : E11 Eleanor C. Erving, correspondence, diary, will, clippings relating to Women's Suffrage
1911-1953
Box: 3 Folder : E12 Elwyn Erving, Army papers, correspondence
1861-1863
Box: 3 Folder : E13 Emily S. (Langdon-Elwyn) Erving, correspondence, will
1834-1864, [1868]
Box: 3 Folder : E14 Frances A. Erving, correspondence sent to John Erving Family, will
1859-1880
Box: 3 Folder : E15 George Erving, correspondence; Promissory notes, in Dutch

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies

1774-1799
Box: 3 Folder : E16-A George William Erving, genealogical notes, correspondence, clippings, picture, will
1801-1850
Box: 3 Folder : E16-B George William Erving, correspondence relating to his death
1850-1852
Box: 3 Folder : E16-C George William Erving, correspondence with James Monroe

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies

1802-1816, Undated
Box: 3 Folder : E17 John Erving I, biographical information, correspondence, wills

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies

1764, 1784, Undated
Box: 3 Folder : E18 John Erving I, 2 volumes manuscipt record books related to will and estate
1784, 1791
Box: 3 Folder : E19 John Erving II, correspondence, will, pocket Almanac
1774-1815
Box: 4 Folder : E20-A John Erving III, correspondence with friends and family
1787 Mar.-1835 Mar.
Box: 4 Folder : E20-B John Erving III, correspondence, legal and business papers
1775-1863
Box: 4 Folder : E21 John Erving III, manuscript: translation of Rousseau's On Education
Undated
Box: 4 Folder : E22-A Col. John Erving IV, Military papers and commissions
1812-1849, Undated
Box: 4 Folder : E22-B Col. John Erving IV, Military papers and commissions
1844-1859, Undated
Box: 4 Folder : E22-C Col. John Erving IV, Military commissions signed by various U.S. Presidents
1812-1858, Undated
Box: 4 Folder : E23-A Col. John Erving IV, correspondence, clippings
1818-1862
Box: 5 Folder : E23-B Col. John Erving IV, financial accounts, correspondence with Henry Burroughs
1836-1872
Box: 5 Folder : E24 Col. John Erving IV, invitations, including to Lafayette
1820-1856
Box: 5 Folder : E25-A John Erving V, school work, correspondence, biographical information
1841-1917
Box: 5 Folder : E25-B John Erving V, correspondence with family
1846-1849
Box: 5 Folder : E26-A John Erving V, correspondence sent to parents, mostly from Harvard
1850-1851
Box: 5 Folder : E26-B John Erving V, correspondence sent to parents, material from Harvard including reference letter from Jared Sparks
1852-1855
Box: 5 Folder : E27-A John Erving V, correspondence
1855-1856
Box: 5 Folder : E27-B John Erving V, correspondence
1857-1859
Box: 5 Folder : E28 John Erving V, correspondence
1860-1865
Box: 6 Folder : E29 John Erving V, correspondence, memorandum books, clippings
1879-1913
Box: 6 Folder : E30 John Erving V, correspondence, souvenirs from trip abroad
1857
Box: 6 Folder : E31 John Erving V, 6 account books
1857
Box: 6 Folder : E32 John Erving V, military papers, soldier's prayer book
1861-1868, 1917
Box: 6 Folder : E33 John Erving V, papers regarding Harvard Class of 1853
1850-1909
Box: 6 Folder : E34-A John Erving V, decendents
1916, Undated
Box: 6 Folder : E34-B John Erving V, Articles of Agreement with Nathan W. Riker; Indenture with Emily Sophia Erving
1864, 1869
Box: 6 Folder : E35 J. Langdon Erving Family, correspondence, photographs
1866-1933
Box: 6 Folder : E36 Langdon Erving, will
1862
Box: 6 Folder : E37 Maria C. Erving, account book, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies

1756-1806
Box: 6 Folder : E38 W. Shirley Erving, correspondence
1903-1928
Box: 7 Folder : E39 William V.R. Erving, correspondence, letters of condolence, clippings
1910-1940
Box: 7 Folder : E40-A Catherine V.R. Atterbury, correspondence
1871-1929
Box: 7 Folder : E40-A Catherine V.R. Atterbury, correspondence
1871-1929
Box: 7 Folder : E40-B Catherine V.R. Atterbury, Papers regarding Causeries de Lundi and Society of Colonial Dames, wills, inventories
1920-1930
Box: 7 Folder : E41 Bayard Family, genealogy, biographies, correspondence
1753-1885, Undated
Box: 7 Folder : E42 Bowdoin Family, genealogy, correspondence
1826, 1914, Undated
Box: 7 Folder : E42 Bowdoin Family, genealogy, correspondence
1826, 1914, Undated
Box: 7 Folder : E43 Cooper Family, genealogy, correspondence, invitations
1859-1955, Undated
Box: 7 Folder : E44 Cruger Family, correspondence, poems, wills
1839-1923
Box: 7 Folder : E45 Elwyn Family, correspondence, genealogy, military papers, financial papers
1806-1948
Box: 7 Folder : E46 Eleanor V. R. Fairfax, correspondence, clippings, invitations
1875-1892
Box: 7 Folder : E47 Langdon Family, correspondence, proclamations

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies

1777-1902
Box: 7 Folder : E48 Langdon Family, genealogy, material relating to Langdon home in Portsmouth, N.H.
1948, Undated
Box: 8 Folder : E49 Elizabeth Langdon Elwyn, correspondence, will
1818-1851
Box: 8 Folder : E50 Joanna Livingston, correspondence sent to Ann Shaeffe
[1780-1790]
Box: 8 Folder : E51 Alida Livingston, correspondence sent to Ann Shaeffe
[1780-1790]
Box: 8 Folder : E52 Pruyn-Hoppin Family, genealogy, correspondence
[1890-1900]
Box: 8 Folder : E53 Paterson Family, genealogical notes, correspondence
1780-1931, Undated
Box: 8 Folder : E54 Rogers Family, genealogical notes, correspondence
1809-1839
Box: 8 Folder : E55 Benjamin Woolsey Rogers, genealogical notes, correspondence
1815-1839
Box: 8 Folder : E56-A Benjamin Woolsey Rogers, journals

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

4 Volumes

1796, 1801
Box: 8 Folder : E56-B Benjamin Woolsey Rogers, journals

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

5 Volumes

1814-1815
Box: 8 Folder : E56-C Benjamin Woolsey Rogers, journals

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

3 Volumes

1831, 1834-1835
Box: 9 Folder : E57 Schuyler Family, correspondence with William and Sarah Van Rennselaer
1841-1887
Box: 9 Folder : E58 Shaeffe Family, correspondence, genealogical notes
1774, 1850, Undated
Box: 9 Folder : E59 Helen and Maria Shaeffe, correspondence to Ann Shaeffe Erving
1784-1793
Box: 9 Folder : E60 Sir Roger Hale Shaeffe, correspondence to John and Ann Erving and to John and Frances Erving
1789-1850
Box: 9 Folder : E61 Shirley Family, genealogy, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies

1731-1905, Undated
Box: 9 Folder : E62 Shirley Family, papers, genealogical notes, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes one monograph, The Conduct of Major General Shirley.... London: R. & J. Dodsley, 1758.

1745-1843, Undated
Box: 9 Folder : E63 Shirley Family, papers of Lord Charles Western
1767-1844
Box: 9 Folder : E64-A Van Rensselaer Family, genealogical and biographical notes
1839-1949
Box: 9 Folder : E64-B Van Rensselaer Family, clippings, pamphlets, postcards, photographs, genealogy
1873-1968
Box: 9 Folder : E65 Van Rensselaer Family, fragments of family Bible, genealogical notes

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies

1762-1906
Box: 9 Folder : E66 Van Rensselaer Family, Petitions and speeches regarding Livingston Manor
1795-1815
Box: 9 Folder : E67 Van Rensselaer Family, correspondence, invitations

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies

1852-1891
Box: 9 Folder : E68 Cornelia P. Van Rensselaer, correspondence to William and Sarah V.R., to Harmanus Bleecker

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies

1833-1844
Box: 10 Folder : E69-A Kiliaen Van Rensselaer and family, correspondence, biographical notes, clippings, copies of Civil War correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some typed copies

1864-1927
Box: 10 Folder : E69-B Kiliaen Van Rensselaer and family, poetry and photographs
1901, Undated
Box: 10 Folder : E70 Sarah R. Van Rensselaer, correspondence, poetry, clippings, notebook, will
1835-1887
Box: 10 Folder : E71-A Sarah R. Van Rensselaer, correspondence to Grace and Fanny Schuyler
1847-1852
Box: 10 Folder : E71-B Sarah R. Van Rensselaer, correspondence to Grace and Fanny Schuyler
1853-1887
Box: 10 Folder : E72-A Sarah R. Van Rensselaer, correspondence, clippings, genealogical notes
1886-1888
Box: 10 Folder : E72-B Sarah R. Van Rensselaer, manuscripts "The Tories of the American Revolution," and "Ancestral Biographical Sketches from 1608-1840"
Undated
Box: 10 Folder : E73 Omitted
Box: 10 Folder : E74-A Stephen Van Rensselaer, correspondence, will, engraved portrait
1782-1839
Box: 10 Folder : E74-B Stephen Van Rensselaer III, correspondence, records

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies

1826-1888
Box: 11 Folder : E75 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Van Rensselaer III, funeral discourses
1839,1844
Box: 11 Folder : E76 Susan B. Van Rensselaer, correspondence, copy books, poetry
1850-1861
Box: 11 Folder : E77 William P. Van Rensselaer, correspondence, biographical notes, correpsondence, letters of introduction
1827-1872
Box: 11 Folder : E78-A William P. Van Rensselaer, family correspondence
1851-1867
Box: 11 Folder : E78-B William P. Van Rensselaer, family correspondence
1854-1872
Box: 11 Folder : E79-A William P. Van Rensselaer, speeches, legal documents, calendar, clippings
1849-1869
Box: 11 Folder : E79-B William P. Van Rensselaer, will, court papers, financial papers
1872-1916
Box: 11 Folder : E80-A William P. Van Rensselaer, lecture notes, diaries

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes 1 volume

1828-1868
Box: 11 Folder : E80-B William P. Van Rensselaer, diaries

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

5 volumes

1827-1870
Box: 12 Folder : E81 William Stephen Van Rensselaer, correspondence with Justine Erving and others
1897-1929
Box: 12 Folder : E82-A Erving and related families, documents and other manuscripts regarding the estates of John Erving, William Erving, Justine Erving, Emily S. Erving, Moses Rogers, Anson Atterbury
1775-1959
Box: 12 Folder : E82-B Erving and related families, wills and documents relating to the estates of John Erving, William P.R. Van Rensselaer, Elizabeth Langdon Elwyn and Cornelia Cruger
1867-1929
Box: 12 Folder : E82-C Erving, King and related families, stories, drawings, correspondence
Undated
Box: 12 Folder : E83 Erving and related families, documents regarding Manursing Island home and Greenwood Cemetery plots
1878-1951
Box: 12 Folder : E84 Erving and related families, inventories and appraisals
1834-1925
Box: 12 Folder : E85 Erving and related families, correspondence, documents
1834-1959
Box: 12 Folder : E86 Erving family memorabilia, invitations, calling cards, recipes
1834-1959
Box: 12 Folder : E87 Erving family, items unconnected to specific family members
Undated
Box: 12 Folder : E88 Erving family, drawings, watercolors, silhouettes
1813-1833, Undated
Box: 13 Folder : E89 Erving family, pamphlets, sermons, almanacs
1837-1902
Box: 13 Folder : E90-A Erving family, newspaper clippings
1764 Oct.-1797 Dec.
Box: 13 Folder : E90-B Erving family, newspaper clippings
1840-1847
Box: 13 Folder : E90-C Erving family, newspaper clippings
1851-1854
Box: 13 Folder : E90-D Erving family, newspaper clippings, including account of Lincoln's funeral
1862-1865
Box: 13 Folder : E91 Erving family, maps
1789, Undated
Box: 13 Folder : E92 Erving family, published letters by Washington, Adams, Jefferson and others
1880
Box: 13 Folder : E93 Erving family, tributes and memorials
1774-1930
Box: 13 Folder : E94 Erving family, publications and addresses of the Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in America
1916-1938
Box: 13 Folder : E95 Erving family, histories and genealogies of the Bowdoin, Bayard, Houstoun and Bolton families
1894, 1919
Box: 13 Folder : E96 An Oration...in commemoration of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams by John Sergeant
1826
Box: 13 Folder : E96 God's Way in the Deep by Dr. Cortlandt Van Rensselaer
1854
Box: 14 Folder : E97 Official Army Register

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

12 volumes

1815-1862
Box: 14 Folder : E98 The Army List

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

5 volumes

1840, 1843, 1846, 1860, 1864
Box: 14 Folder : E99 The Replie of John Darrell, to the Answer of John Deacon....
1602
Box: 14 Folder : E99 The Life of His Excellency, Sir William Phips, Knt.
1697
Box: 14 Folder : E99 A Sermon on Domestic Happiness by the Reverend Thomas Franklin, A.M.
1765
Box: 14 Folder : E99 Reflections...on the letters of the Late Earl of Chesterfield by Thomas Hunter, M.A.
1780
Box: 14 Folder : E100 The Revolution of America by the Abbe Raynal
1782
Box: 14 Folder : E100 Observations on the Importance of the American Revolution
1784
Box: 14 Folder : E100 Substance of the Report of the Sierra Leone Company
1794
Box: 14 Folder : E100 The Three Brothers....
1825
Box: 14 Folder : E100 King-Caucus, or Secrets Worth Knowing....
[1824]
Volume: E1 Thomas Elwyn, Latin Exercise Book
1791
Volume: E2 Ship's Log: Frigate Macedonian, James Biddle, Commander. (T.O. Langdon-Elwyn was midshipman aboard.)
1826 June-1827 Sept.
Volume: E3 Emily Sophia (Langdon-Elwyn) [Mrs. John] Erving, diary
1835 Aug.-1837 July
Volume: E4 John Erving V, diary
1854 July-1860 Dec.
Volume: E5 John Erving V, Justine Erving, songbook
1858, 1898
Volume: E6 John Erving V, scrapbook with clippings
1856-1863
Volume: E7 Catherine G. (VanRensselaer) Atterbury, copybook (poetry)
1863 Oct.
Volume: E8 Catherine G. (VanRensselaer) Atterbury, scrapbook with clippings, engravings, Confederate currency
1864 Nov.
Volume: E9 Catherine G. (VanRensselaer) Atterbury, travel journal - Ireland, Scotland, England, Italy, Egypt
1869
Volume: E10 Catherine G. (VanRensselaer) Atterbury, travel journal - Egypt, Holy Land, Syria, Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Italy
1870
Volume: E11 Catherine G. (VanRensselaer) Atterbury, travel journal - Europe
1870
Volume: E12 Catherine G. (VanRensselaer) Atterbury, travel journal - Britain
1870
Volume: E13 Catherine G. (VanRensselaer) Atterbury, travel journal - Europe
1873-1874
Volume: E14 Sarah R. VanRensselaer, Ancestral Sketches. New York: Randolph.
1882
Volume: E15 Erving and related families, letterbook (disbound), documents
1742-1798, 1805-1872
Volume: E16 John Erving I, letterbook
1769-1786
Volume: E17 Eleanor Cecilia Erving, diaries
1938-1940, 1943-1944, 1946
Volume: E18 Eleanor Cecilia Erving, quotations
Undated
Volume: E19 Washington's Letters on Agriculture awarded to William P. VanRensselaer by the Rensselaer County Agricultural Society
1845
Volume: E20 American Genealogy by Jerome Holgate, A.M. Albany: Munsell,
1848
Volume: E21 Annals of the Shirley Family... Westminster: J.B. Nichols,
1841
Volume: E22 Histoire de Bayard
Undated

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Series II: King and Related Families

Scope and Contents note

Consists of diaries, letters, genealogical and other papers of the King family and related families.

Note: The collection does not contain volumes K5 and K6.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 15 Folder : K1-A Genealogical notes
1831-[1962]
Box: 15 Folder : K1-B Genealogical notes
1913-1975, Undated
Box: 15 Folder : K2 Charles King, biographical notes, correspondence, published lectures
1816-1856
Box: 15 Folder : K3 Charles King, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Manuscript copies and photocopies

[1825-1863]
Box: 15 Folder : K4 Charles King Family, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Inlcudes some photocopies

1815-1919
Box: 15 Folder : K5 General Charles King, biographical notes, correspondence, photos, clippings, maps
1876, 1899-1933
Box: 15 Folder : K6 Dr. Charles King, correspondence
1868, 1888-1899
Box: 16 Folder : K7 Cyrus King Family, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies

1709, 1811-1856, 1894-1898
Box: 16 Folder : K8 Cyrus King, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Manuscript copies and typed copies

1790-1817
Box: 16 Folder : K9 Edward King, biographical notes, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Manuscript copies and typed copies

1816-1828
Box: 16 Folder : K10-A Edward King, biographical notes, school memorobilia, plan of house, stock certificate, obituaries

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some manuscript copies, typed copies and photocopies

1843-1909
Box: 16 Folder : K10-B Edward King, school records and memorobilia - Harvard
1850-1853, 1903-1908
Box: 16 Folder : K11 Edward King, correspondence sent to family, James Gore King and John Erving
1847-1906
Box: 16 Folder : K12 Edward King, correspondence sent to Isabella R. Cochrane (Mrs. Edward King)
1857-1869
Box: 16 Folder : K13 Edward King, correspondence with friends and family
[1850-1901]
Box: 16 Folder : K14 Edward King, business, professional, financial
1862-1907
Box: 17 Folder : K15-A Edward King, other writings, speeches, papers from Harvard, travel journals
1847-1853
Box: 17 Folder : K15-B Edward King, other writings, speeches - Harvard, Columbia, Yale, Princeton

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes typed copies

Undated
Box: 17 Folder : K16-A Edward King, legal and financial documents, receipts, passport
1849-1908
Box: 17 Folder : K16-B Edward King, copy of will, accounts of Executors
1904, 1909-1922
Box: 17 Folder : K16-C Edward King, accounts of Executors of will
1909-1922
Box: 18 Folder : K16-D Edward King, accounts of Executors of will
1909-1922
Box: 18 Folder : K16-E Edward King, accounts of Executors of will
1909-1922
Box: 18 Folder : K17-A Edward King, invitations, memberships
1883-1893, 1902
Box: 18 Folder : K17-B Edward King, invitations
1894-1917
Box: 18 Folder : K18 Edward King, clippings and articles
1888-1916, Undated
Box: 18 Folder : K19 Edward King, descendants and relatives
1899-1954
Box: 19 Folder : K20 Frederick Gore King, correspondence, and Harvard handbook

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some manuscript copies, typed copies and photocopies

1819-1826
Box: 19 Folder : K21-A Isabella Cochrane King, correspondence, biographical and genealogical notes
1864-1942
Box: 19 Folder : K21-B Isabella Cochrane King, typescript of "A Woman's Whim" by Alice Clark (pseud.)
Undated
Box: 19 Folder : K22-A Isabella Ramsey King, correspondence
1850-1873
Box: 19 Folder : K22-B Isabella Ramsey King, correspondence
1857-1873
Box: 19 Folder : K23 James Gore King I, certificates of membership
1817, 1829, 1845
Box: 19 Folder : K24 James Gore King I, biographical notes, clippings, articles

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some manuscript copies and typed copies

1840-1958
Box: 19 Folder : K25-A James Gore King I, pamphlets- biographical and political
1850-1854
Box: 19 Folder : K25-B James Gore King I, Aid to Ireland, Report of the General Relief Committee of the City of New York
1848
Box: 19 Folder : K26 James Gore King I, obituaries and memorials
1853-1854
Box: 19 Folder : K27 James Gore King I, correpondence
1813-1850
Box: 20 Folder : K28 James Gore King I, letterbook
1826-1850
Box: 20 Folder : K29 James Gore King I, correspondence
1838, 1850-1853
Box: 20 Folder : K30-A James Gore King I, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Manuscript copies, typed copies, photocopies

1808-1852
Box: 20 Folder : K30-B Correspondence with Harvard University and Public Archives of Canada regarding James Gore King I and the Baring Papers; notes on papers

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Manuscript copies, typed copies

1931, 1968
Box: 20 Folder : K30-C James Gore King I, correspondence with Baring Bros.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies

1827-1840
Box: 20 Folder : K30-D James Gore King I, correspondence with Baring Bros.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies

1846-1852
Box: 21 Folder : K30-E James Gore King I, correspondence with Baring Bros.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies

1840
Box: 21 Folder : K30-F James Gore King I, correspondence with Baring Bros.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies

1847-1853
Box: 21 Folder : K30-G James Gore King I, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies

1839-1843
Box: 21 Folder : K31 James Gore King I, Commonplace book
1814
Box: 21 Folder : K32 James Gore King I, legal financial documents
1836-1852
Box: 21 Folder : K33 James Gore King I, documents and stock certificates- Prime, Ward and King; James B. King and Sons
1839-1938
Box: 21 Folder : K34 James Gore King I, correspondence with wife, children, grandchildren
1853-1878
Box: 21 Folder : K35 James Gore King II, correspondence, obituary

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies

1836-1857
Box: 22 Folder : K36 James Gore King IV, papers
1868-1932
Box: 22 Folder : K37 James Gore King IV, obituaries and memorials, legal docuuments
1932-1933
Box: 22 Folder : K38 James Gore King IV, correspondence, poems
1885-1891
Box: 22 Folder : K39-A James Gore King IV, correspondence, poems
1883-1932
Box: 22 Folder : K39-B James Gore King IV, correspondence
1903-1932
Box: 22 Folder : K39-C James Gore King IV, poems
1916-1925, Undated
Box: 22 Folder : K39-D James Gore King IV, correspondence regarding Grace Church Cemetery Fund
1907-1929
Box: 22 Folder : K40-A James Gore King IV, St. Paul's Record, memorabilia from Harvard
1881, 1888-1889
Box: 22 Folder : K40-B James Gore King IV, memorabilia from Harvard
1888-1910
Box: 23 Folder : K41 James Gore King IV, invitations, menus, programs, elections to organizations
1894-1931
Box: 23 Folder : K42 James Gore King IV, clippings
1864-1932
Box: 23 Folder : K43 Governor John A. King, biographical notes, correspondence, passports
1826-1889, Undated
Box: 23 Folder : K44-A Governor John A. King, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies and manuscript copies

1816-1849
Box: 23 Folder : K44-B Governor John A. King, correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies and manuscript copies

1850-1867
Box: 23 Folder : K45 John A. King II, correspondence, speeches, memorial
1842-1875
Box: 23 Folder : K46 Mrs. John A. (Mary Rhinelander) King, correspondence
1827-1844
Box: 23 Folder : K47 Julia H. King, biographical information, school memorabilia, correspondence
1902-1968
Box: 23 Folder : K48 Mrs. Mary Black (Richard) King, correspondence, excerpt from biographical manuscript by Dorcas King Leland

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes typed copy

1792, 1848
Box: 23 Folder : K49 Mrs. May Denning (John) King Van Rensselaer, correspondence, clippings
1897-1919
Box: 23 Folder : K50 Richard King (1718-1775), biographical notes, correspondence relating to memorial
1901-1931
Box: 24 Folder : K51 Rufus King, biographical notes and research, will, original and manuscript copy
1825, 1894-1921, Undated
Box: 24 Folder : K52 Rufus King, correspondence, copper plate for calling card
1776-1823
Box: 24 Folder : K53 Rufus King, domestic letterbook

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

1 volume

1799-1803
Box: 24 Folder : K54-A Rufus King, receipts, calling cards, journal

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes 1 volume

1791-1796, 1826-1827
Box: 24 Folder : K54-B Rufus King, government documents, draft letters, resolutions regarding Grace Church
1794-1822
Box: 24 Folder : K54-B The Traveller's Directory...from Philadelphia to New York....

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

1 volume

1804
Box: 25 Folder : K54-C Rufus King, copies of correspondence in possession of James Gore King IV

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Typed copies, 1 volume

1785-1826
Box: 25 Folder : K54-D Rufus King, copies of correspondence on file at the State Department

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Manuscript copies, 1 volume

1796-1798
Box: 25 Folder : K54-E Rufus King, copies of correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Manuscript, typed and photocopies

1784-1825
Box: 25 Folder : K54-F Rufus King, copies of correspondence from and concerning his sons, Charles King and John Alsop King

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Typed copies

1799-1803
Box: 25 Folder : K54-G Rufus King, copies of correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies

1786-1826
Box: 25 Folder : K54-H Rufus King, list and copies of correspondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies

1785-1826
Box: 26 Folder : K54-I Rufus King, copies of correspondence, excerpt from diary

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Manuscript, typed and photocopies

1775-1803
Box: 26 Folder : K54-J Rufus King, copies of correspondence, biographical and research notes

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Manuscript, typed and photocopies

1755-1815, Undated
Box: 26 Folder : K55 Rufus King, early pamphlets and speeches
1818-1823
Box: 26 Folder : K56 General Rufus King, correspondence, biographical notes, obituary

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some manuscript copies and photocopies

1838-1876
Box: 26 Folder : K57 General Rufus King, invitations, menus, calling cards
1864-1867
Box: 26 Folder : K58 Rufus King III, biographical notes
Undated
Box: 26 Folder : K59 Sarah Erving King, correspondence, clippings, invitations, picture, will, obituaries
1928-1955, Undated
Box: 27 Folder : K60-A Sarah Erving King, correspondence, memo book
1924-1939, Undated
Box: 27 Folder : K60-B Sarah Erving King, account book

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

1 volume

1946-1955
Box: 27 Folder : K61 Governor William King, biographical notes and research, correpondence

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some typed copies and photocopies

1804-1852, 1927, 1954, Undated
Box: 27 Folder : K62 Alsop and Underhill Families, genealogical notes, correspondence, clippings

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies

1776, 1880-1931, Undated
Box: 27 Folder : K63 Alsop Family, correspondence
1766-1794
Box: 27 Folder : K64 Ames and Marsh Families, genealogical notes, correspondence, clippings, photographs
1918-1959, Undated
Box: 27 Folder : K65 Bragdon Family, genealogical notes, correspondence
1902-1923, Undated
Box: 27 Folder : K66 Clarke and Williamson, correspondence sent to Isabella King, clippings, photographs
1907-1917
Box: 28 Folder : K67-A Cochrane Family, biographical notes, correspondence
1836-1913, Undated
Box: 28 Folder : K67-B Cochrane Family, correspondence
1860-1931
Box: 28 Folder : K68-A Bayard Cochrane, military papers, expense accounts
1857-1864
Box: 28 Folder : K68-B Bayard Cochrane, correspondence
1858-1864
Box: 28 Folder : K69 Bayard Cochrane, scrapbook with photographs and correspondence
1858-1864, Undated
Box: 28 Folder : K70-A Rupert J. and Isabella M. Cochrane, legal documents, correspondence
1850-1860, Undated
Box: 28 Folder : K70-B Rupert Cochrane, correspondence from Crimea (Sebastopol)
1854-1855
Box: 28 Folder : K70-C Rupert Cochrane, correspondence from Crimea, India
1856-1859
Box: 29 Folder : K70-D Rupert Cochrane, correspondence from India
1860-1864
Box: 29 Folder : K70-E Rupert Cochrane, military papers
1859-1863
Box: 29 Folder : K70-F William G. Cochrane, correspondence
1861-1865
Box: 29 Folder : K70-G William G. Cochrane, correspondence
1865-1869
Box: 29 Folder : K71 Frederica (King) Davis, correspondence with relatives, will, memorabilia
1852-1916
Box: 29 Folder : K72 Duer Family, biographical notes, correspondence, clippings
1827-1949
Box: 29 Folder : K73 Christopher Gore, correspondence, notes regarding gift of books to Harvard

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies, typed copies. Some originals in Folder K53.

1799-1802
Box: 29 Folder : K74-A Gracie Family, correspondence, biographical notes

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies, typed copies.

1891-1930
Box: 29 Folder : K74-B Gracie Family, correspondence, clippings regarding Gracie Mansion

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Photocopies, typed copies of correpondence.

1793-1930
Box: 30 Folder : K75 Hardy Family, correspondence, notes
[1941]-1945, undated
Box: 30 Folder : K76-A Hurley Family, correspondence, genealogical notes, clippings, will
1908-1957, undated
Box: 30 Folder : K76-B Inglis, Davidson, Musgrave Families, correspondence, receipts
1857-1861, Undated
Box: 30 Folder : K77-A Stewart-Richardson Family, correspondence, clippings
1909-1962, Undated
Box: 30 Folder : K77-B Alice Stewart-Richardson, correspondence
1861-1919
Box: 30 Folder : K78 Fanny (King) [Mrs. Edmund] Ward, correspondence
1867-1892, Undated
Box: 30 Folder : K79 Fanny (King) [Mrs. Edmund] Ward, correspondence
1869 Nov.-1870 July
Box: 30 Folder : K80 Fanny (King) [Mrs. Edmund] Ward, correspondence
1870 Aug.-1870 Dec.
Box: 30 Folder : K81 Fanny (King) [Mrs. Edmund] Ward, correspondence
1871 Jan.-1871 June
Box: 30 Folder : K82-A Dr. George Wilkes, correspondence with family
1826
Box: 30 Folder : K82-B Dr. George Wilkes, correspondence with family
1827
Box: 30 Folder : K83 Dr. George Wilkes, diary, account book
1827 Jan.-1827 June
Box: 31 Folder : K84 Dr. George Wilkes, correspondence with family
[1837], 1852-1863
Box: 31 Folder : K85-A Dr. George Wilkes Family, genealogical notes, correspondence
[1805]-1855, Undated
Box: 31 Folder : K85-B Grace Wilkes, invitations, valentines, auction catalogs, clippings
1849-1860, 1922-1923, 1952, Undated
Box: 31 Folder : K85-C Grace Wilkes, will
1921
Box: 31 Folder : K86-A Grace Wilkes, European Journal, copies of correspondence from Charles Dickens to David and Frances (Wilkes) Colden

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Typed copies

[1840-1859]
Box: 32 Folder : K86-B Grace and Harriet Wilkes, correspondence
[1850-1869]
Box: 32 Folder : K86-C Grace and Harriet Wilkes, correspondence
[1840]-1883
Box: 32 Folder : K86-D Grace and Harriet Wilkes, correspondence
[1850-1859]
Box: 32 Folder : K86-E Grace and Harriet Wilkes, correspondence envelopes
[1850-1859]
Box: 32 Folder : K86-F Grace and Harriet Wilkes, correspondence
1855-1856
Box: 32 Folder : K86-G Grace and Harriet Wilkes, correspondence, invitations
[1850-1859]
Box: 32 Folder : K86-H Grace and Harriet Wilkes, correspondence, calling cards
1854-1858, Undated
Box: 32 Folder : K86-I Grace and Harriet Wilkes, correspondence
1850
Box: 32 Folder : K86-J Grace and Harriet Wilkes, correspondence
1851
Box: 33 Folder : K86-K Grace and Harriet Wilkes, correspondence
[1850-1859], 1884, 1913, Undated
Box: 33 Folder : K86-L Grace and Harriet Wilkes, correspondence
[1849-1859]
Box: 33 Folder : K86-M Hamilton Wilkes, Lord Jeffrey and others, correspondence, court documents
1840-1843
Box: 33 Folder : K86-N Wilkes and Related Families, correspondence, notes
1772-1856, Undated
Box: 33 Folder : K86-O David C. and Harriet (Wilkes) Colden, correspondence, legal papers
1817-1847
Box: 33 Folder : K86-P David C. and Harriet (Wilkes) Colden, correspondence, legal and financial
1803-1848
Box: 33 Folder : K86-P David C. and Harriet (Wilkes) Colden, diary
1859-1866
Box: 34 Folder : K87 King and Related Families, legal documents
1793-1839
Box: 34 Folder : K88-A King and Related Families, legal documents regarding Highwood
1840-1849
Box: 34 Folder : K88-B King and Related Families, legal documents regarding Highwood
1850-1853
Box: 34 Folder : K89-A King and Related Families, legal and financial documents regarding Highwood
1855-1903
Box: 34 Folder : K89-B King and Related Families, legal and financial documents regarding Highwood
1845-1903
Box: 35 Folder : K90 King and Related Families, legal documents regarding Grace Church and Cemetery, Jamaica, NY
1908-1912, 1954-1956, Undated
Box: 35 Folder : K91 King and Related Families, legal documents regarding Grace Church and Cemetary, Jamaica, NY
1897-1898, 1910, 1954
Box: 35 Folder : K92 King and Related Families, inventories, appraisals, acknowledgements of gifts
1923-1949
Box: 35 Folder : K93 King and Related Families, inventories, correspondence regarding family portraits

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some photocopies, typed copies

1911-1954, Undated
Box: 35 Folder : K94 King and Related Families, legal and personal documents, U.S. Revenue Stamps
[1845-1891]
Box: 35 Folder : K95 King and Related Families, memorabilia
1844-1960, Undated
Box: 35 Folder : K96 King and Related Families, sketchbook (probably Bayard Cochrane)
[1858]
Box: 35 Folder : K97 King and Related Families, correspondence, some unidentified

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some typed copies

1831-1934, Undated
Box: 35 Folder : K98 King and Related Families, notebook: "Considerations on the Colonies"
Undated
Box: 35 Folder : K99 King and Related Families, writings
Undated
Box: 35 Folder : K100 Wheeler H. Peckham (not related), correspondence, receipts, obituaries, clippings
1878-1905
Box: 36 Folder : K101 King Family, correspondence, includes Eleanor Roosevelt's signature

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Includes some typed copies

1819-1945, Undated
Box: 36 Folder : K102 King Family, prints, drawings, paintings
1803-1804, 1830, 1941, Undated
Box: 36 Folder : K103 King Family, pamphlets
1855-1940, Undated
Box: 36 Folder : K104-A King Family, clippings
1911-1970, Undated
Box: 36 Folder : K104-B King Family, clippings
1851-1927, Undated
Box: 36 Folder : K105 King Family, maps - United States; Mount Desert Island, ME; England and Wales
1834, 1901, Undated
Box: 36 Folder : K106-A King Family, Christening Stock worn by James G. King I and III
[1789]
Box: 36 Folder : K106-B King Family, correspondence primarily from literary and publishing figures
1764, 1847-1936, Undated
Box: 36 Folder : K106-C King Family, correspondence unrelated to family, probably purchased from Walter Benjamin
1788-1922, Undated
Volume: K1 "The Record of my Ancestry" Traced by Isabella Clarke King
1897
Volume: K2 Bayard Cochrane, textbook, Fortification Notes. R.M.A.
Undated
Volume: K3 Edward King, scrapbook with clippings
Undated
Volume: K4 Letterbook

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Disbound; includes some photocopies

1774-1862
Volume: K5 Letterbook

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Disbound

1791-1894
Volume: K8 Rufus A. King, Album, manuscript translations of the Lord's Prayer in many languages
1866
Volume: K9 James Gore King IV, scrapbook
1881-1889
Volume: K10 James Gore King IV, scrapbook, Harvard
1886-1889
Volume: K11 James Gore King IV, scrapbook, Harvard
1889-1892
Volume: K12 King Family of Salem, MA. and Southold, N.Y., scrapbook and Pedigree
[1871-1889]

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Series III: Oversize Materials

Scope and Contents note

Consists of maps, genealogical charts, drawings, broadsides and certificates relating to the Erving and King Families.

Subseries I: Maps

Container 1     Title Date
Folder: 1 "Key Map" King property in N.J.
Undated
Folder: 1 Orange, MA
1871
Folder: 1 Erving, MA and Wendell, MA
1871
Folder: 1 Bath, England
Undated
Folder: 1 Schematic map, Highwood, drawn by Rufus King
1837 Jan.
Folder: 1 Plot no. 5 from map of Highwood
1846
Folder: 1 Survey, 188 lots, Union, N.J.
Undated
Folder: 1 Sound View Park, Rye, N.Y.
1892
Folder: 1 Plan of City of New York, from original
1789
Folder: 1 Map of property owned by A. Gracie King and others, Putnam, County, N.Y.
1912
Folder: 1 Portland, ME. Quadrangle, United States Geological Survey, reprinted
1932

Subseries II: Genealogical Charts

Container 1     Title Date
Folder: 2 Ancestors of James Gore King (1868-1932) m. Sarah Elizabeth Erving (1870-1955)
Undated
Folder: 2 Ancestors of Sarah Elizabeth Erving and her 11 siblings
Undated
Folder: 2 Ancenstors of 5 sons of Rufus and Mary (Alsop) King
Undated
Folder: 2 Photocopy Chart 2
Undated
Folder: 2 Photocopies of Van Rensselaer family charts, 3 sections: Ancestors of Kiliaen and Hendrick Van Rensselaer in Holland; Descendents of Kiliaen Van Rensselaer (1663-1719); Decendents of Hendrick Van Rensselaer (1667-1740)
Undated
Folder: 2 Interrelationships of United States Presidents
Undated

Subseries III: Drawings, Broadsides, Certificates, etc.

Container 1     Title Date
Folder: 3 Van Rensselaer Manor House, Watervliet (Albany), N.Y., handdrawn and colored
[1868]
Folder: 3 Unidentified fort, handdrawn and colored, property of Col. John Erving
Undated
Folder: 3 Battle of Cerro Gordo, 1847, drawn by Capt. McCleean, property of Col. John Erving
Undated
Folder: 3 Fowler's New Map of the Hudson River
1845
Folder: 3 C.D. Colden Election Broadside
Undated
Folder: 3 Broadsides, certificates
Undated
Folder: 3 Exemplification of the letters of administration (with the will annexed) of John Erving, deceased
1816

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