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Guide to the Helen Miller Gould Shepard Papers
1814-1941
 MS 1422

New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park West
New York, NY 10024
Phone: (212) 873-3400


© 2011 New-York Historical Society

Collection processed by Julianna Monjeau

This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit on February 14, 2012
Finding Aid is written in English.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Open to qualified researchers.

Use Restrictions

Permission to quote from this collection in a publication must be requested and granted in writing. Send permission requests, citing the name of the collection from which you wish to quote, to

Library Director, The New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024

Preferred Citation Note

This collection should be cited as the Helen Miller Gould Shepard Papers, MS 1422, The New-York Historical Society.

Preferred Citation

The collection should be cited as The New York City 100 Records, (MS 444), the New-York Historical Society.

Related Archival Materials Note

The New-York Historical Society has "Jay Gould and the Erie Railway : manuscript, 1893", written by G. P. Morosini. This work was dedicated to Helen Miller Gould to assist in her collection of reminiscences about her father (BV Gould, Jay, patrons must use microfilm). The New-York Historical Society also holds an address book kept by Jay Gould (BV Gould, Jay, patrons must use microfilm)

The Administrative Papers of the Chancellor Henry Mitchell MacCracken 1884-1910 held at New York University Archives contains extensive correspondence with Helen Miller Gould concerning scholarships, contributions, and construction at University Heights.

Separated Materials Note

A scrapbook of newspaper clippings pertaining to the death of Jay Gould, and of information on other Gould family members has been separated from the collection, but remains within the New-York Historical Society. (F128 HC102.5.G68 S5 1892)

Provenance

Presented to the New-York Historical Society by the Estates of Helen M. Gould Shepard and Finley Johnson Shepard on November 6, 1942.