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Guide to the Cooper, Hewitt & Co. Letterpress Copybooks
1848-1905
 MS 1130

New-York Historical Society
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New York, NY 10024
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© 2011 New-York Historical Society

Collection processed by Larry Weimer and Alison Barr

This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit on March 12, 2018 using Describing Archives: A Content Standard

Descriptive Summary

 
Creator: Cooper, Hewitt & Company (Ringwood, N.J.).
Title: Cooper, Hewitt & Co. letterpress copybooks
Dates: 1848-1905
Abstract: The collection includes 296 letter books containing letterpress copies of outgoing correspondence, primarily concerning the business matters of Cooper, Hewitt & Co. (1848-1905), the firm of Edward Cooper (1824-1905) and Abram Hewitt (1822-1903). The correspondence relates to Cooper and Hewitt’s activities as agents for the Trenton Iron Co. (New Jersey), managing all purchases of ore, coal, and other raw materials, all sales of finished iron, supplies of credit for current operations, daily instructions for operation, maintenance of accounts, sales of railroad rails, blooms, billets, pig iron, flats, rounds, wire for fence and bridges, iron ore, coal, administration problems, their agency for Welsh and European mill output, publicity, developments in equipment and processes, materials for gun barrels during the Civil War, development of the iron and steel industry, etc. Some letters, mostly from the 1870s and later, concern political, philanthropic, and matters other than business.
Quantity: 51.0 Linear feet in 51 record cartons
Location Note: This collection is stored OFFSITE. Researchers wishing to view these materials must submit a request at least five (5) days in advance of the date of their library visit.
Call Phrase: MS 1130

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Biographical/Historical Note

Edward Cooper (1824-1905) met Abram Stevens Hewitt (1822-1903) at Columbia College. They became friends, graduating in 1842 and traveling together. They went into business as partners, with the financial backing of Edward’s father, Peter Cooper (1791-1883). Peter Cooper had no formal education, but had learned various trades and had a knack for invention. Working his way through trades and operating a grocery store, Peter eventually bought a glue factory in New York City in 1821. His success with this business, as well as with his invention of related gelatin products, including what is known today as Jell-O, made him an increasingly wealthy man by the mid-19th century.

By the 1830s, Peter Cooper turned his attention to iron, purchasing a mining operation (the Ringwood Company) and property in northern New Jersey. He opened an ironworks in Trenton in 1845. It was this business that Peter’s son, Edward, and future son-in-law, Abram Hewitt, took over the management of. Edward Cooper and Hewitt eventually formalized their partnership as Cooper, Hewitt & Co. They expanded the iron business to encompass an iron ore mine at Andover, NJ, and blast furnaces at Philipsburg, NJ.

In 1855, Abram Hewitt married Edward’s sister, Sarah Amelia Cooper (1830-1912). In 1856, Hewitt visited the business’s Ringwood operation, coming away impressed with both the mining resources and the beauty of the area. He returned with Sarah to the location and they adopted the house, known then and now as Ringwood Manor, as their summer home. They continued to live at other times on Lexington Avenue in New York City in Peter Cooper’s household.

In addition to the thriving iron business, by the 1870s Hewitt became active in politics. A Democrat, he was first elected to Congress in 1874. He was re-elected in 1876, lost in 1878, and re-elected in 1880, 1882, and 1884. Then leaving Congress, he was elected mayor of New York in 1886. He was defeated in 1888, ending his political career.

The Coopers and Hewitt were known for their philanthropy, especially concerning education. Peter Cooper, appreciating the value of a formal education he never had, founded Cooper Union in 1859 and remained its president until 1882. At that time, Edward Cooper became Cooper Union’s second president, remaining in the position until 1804, just before his death.

Abram Hewitt died in 1903. His 50% ownership share of the Trenton Iron Company passed into the hands of his children. Edward Cooper then sold his 50% stake to his sister, Hewitt’s widow. In 1904, the Hewitt family sold the works to the United States Steel Corporation. (See Vol. 271, pg. 516, for Cooper's reference to this transaction.) Edward Cooper died in 1905. The Ringwood Company changed in the 1920s from a mining operation into a land company, developing the municipality of Ringwood in New Jersey.

Abram and Sarah Hewitt had six children, the youngest being Erskine Hewitt (1871-1938), from whose estate came the letterpress copybooks in this collection. Sending them to N-YHS from Hewitt’s estate was his nephew, Norvin Green (1893-1955), Abram Hewitt’s grandson by his eldest child, Amelia Hewitt Green (1856-1922).

(The above note was based largely on information from the website of Ringwood Manor: www.ringwoodmanor.org.)

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Scope and Contents Note

The collection includes 296 letter books containing letterpress copies of outgoing correspondence, primarily concerning the business matters of Cooper, Hewitt & Co. (1848-1905), the firm of Edward Cooper and Abram Hewitt. Some letters, a small amount in relation to the whole, concern political, philanthropic, and matters other than business; these seem to date mostly from the 1870s and later. The business correspondence relates to Cooper and Hewitt’s activities as agents for the Trenton Iron Co., managing all purchases of ore, coal, and other raw materials, all sales of finished iron, supplies of credit for current operations, daily instructions for operation, maintenance of accounts, sales of railroad rails, blooms, billets, pig iron, flats, rounds, wire for fence and bridges, iron ore, coal, administration problems, their agency for Welsh and European mill output, publicity, developments in equipment and processes, materials for gun barrels during the Civil War, development of the iron and steel industry, etc.

Each of the volumes holds about 1000 sheets and most of the volumes are full. The copies can be difficult to read because of faded or blurred ink. Typed copies begin to appear in the volumes around the 1880s, and these appear to relate mostly to the non-business matters. Some of the volumes, especially the earlier ones, are somewhat deteriorated. Each of the volumes includes an index to the correspondents in the book, noting the page numbers on which that correspondent appears. Frequent correspondents include the Trenton Iron Co., New Jersey Steel & Iron Co., Pequest Iron Works (Oxford, NJ), Architectural Iron Works (14th Street in New York City), and Durham Iron Works (Riegelsville, Penn). Various corporate customers appear including railroads (e.g., Hudson River Rail Road, Morris & Essex Railroad, and New York & Harlem Railroad) and arms (e.g., Remington & Sons, Rock Island Arsenal). During the Civil War period, Alexander Brydue Dyer of the Springfield Armory (Massachusetts) appears frequently. Other notable names also appear in the indexes, including the Morris Canal Co., Jay Gould, Joseph Wharton, and the Roeblings. Researchers should be aware that only a few indexes were skimmed during processing so the above names give only a sense of the entire range of correspondents.

Only seven scattered volumes appear to be missing, so the volumes represent almost the entire history of the Edward Cooper-Abram Hewitt partnership. With Hewitt’s death in 1903, the number of entries fell off, with only about 100 pages filled by Cooper and others before the final entry in 1905.

Edward Cooper and Abram Hewitt were connected directly or indirectly to Cooper Union (Edward suceeded his father as president) and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum (Abram's daughters founded it in 1895). It seems unlikely that these copybooks include any letters of substance related to those institutions, but the possibility cannot be definitively dismissed because so little of the content has been reviewed.

Arrangement Note

The collection is arranged in volume number order. The volumes proceed in chronological order.

The earliest volumes, labeled C & H, are numbered 2 to 27 (volumes 1 and 19 are missing). After volume 27, the labeling changes to C.H. & Co. and the numbering starts over with 1, proceeding to the end (volume 271). This second set is missing volumes 5, 122, 236, 237, and 241.

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Access Points

Subject Names

  • Cooper, Edward, 1824-1905 -- Correspondence
  • Hewitt, Abram S., (Abram Stevens), 1822-1903 -- Correspondence

Document Type

  • Business records
  • Letterpress copybooks

Subject Organizations

  • Cooper, Hewitt & Company (Ringwood, N.J.). -- Correspondence
  • Trenton Iron Co..
  • United States. Army. -- Firearms

Subject Topics

  • Commercial agents -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Firearms -- United States -- Design and construction
  • Iron industry and trade -- Europe
  • Iron industry and trade -- New Jersey -- Trenton
  • Iron industry and trade -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Railroad rails
  • Wire industry -- New Jersey -- Trenton
  • Wire industry -- New York (State) -- New York

Subject Places

  • New York (N.Y.) -- Politics and government
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Equipment and supplies

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Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Open to qualified researchers. The volumes are stored offsite so researchers need to request them one week in advance of their intended visit.

Use Restrictions

Photocopying undertaken by staff only. Limited to twenty exposures of stable, unbound material per day. (Researchers may not accrue unused copy amounts from previous days.)

Preferred Citation Note

This collection should be cited as Cooper, Hewitt & Co. letterpress copybooks, MS 1130, The New-York Historical Society.

Related Archival Materials Note

Along with these copybooks, the donor, Norvin Green, provided N-YHS with other of Abram Hewitt's copybooks related to his mayoral and congressional years. At some point, these were cataloged separately, perhaps with other related material:
Diary and letterpress copybooks (1843, 1876, 1887-1888 (bulk 1887-1888)
Call phrase: BV Hewitt, Abram S.

New-York Historical Society holds much other material concerning Cooper & Hewitt, Abram Hewitt, and to a lesser extent Edward Cooper, including:
Cooper, Hewitt & Company bills, receipts, letters (1842-1921, bulk 1842-1890)
Call phrase: AHMC - Cooper, Hewitt & Company

Abram S. Hewitt collection, 1844-1901, undated
Call phrase: AHMC - Hewitt, Abram

Beyond N-YHS, the Library of Congress holds a major collection (233 linear feet) of Cooper, Hewitt & Co records:
Cooper, Hewitt & Company (Ringwood, N.J.) records, 1833-1908 (ID MSS16816)

Immediate Source of Acquisition Note

The collection was a gift from the estate of Erskine Hewitt, via Norvin H. Green. 277 of the books were acquired on 22 November 1938 and the remaining fourteen on 29 December 1939.

Processing Information Note

The collection was cataloged with a summary description in 2000. In 2018, volunteer Alison Barr inventoried all the volumes and archivist Larry Weimer expanded somewhat on the catalog description to prepare a finding aid to enhance discovery and facilitate requests from offsite storage. Given the fragility of the volumes, conservator Alan Balicki shrink wrapped them.

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Container List

Container 1     Title Date
Box: - Cooper & Hewitt Volumes
Offsite-Box: 1 Volume 2
1848 October-1849 October
Offsite-Box: 1 Volume 3
1849 October-1850 April
Offsite-Box: 1 Volume 4
1850 May-October
Offsite-Box: 2 Volume 5
1850 October-1851 May
Offsite-Box: 2 Volume 6
1851 May-September
Offsite-Box: 2 Volume 7
1851 September-1852 January
Offsite-Box: 2 Volume 8
1852 January-June
Offsite-Box: 2 Volume 9
1852 June-October
Offsite-Box: 3 Volume 10
1852 October-1853 February
Offsite-Box: 3 Volume 11
1853 March-July
Offsite-Box: 3 Volume 12
1853 July-October
Offsite-Box: 3 Volume 13
1853 October-1854 February
Offsite-Box: 3 Volume 14
1854 February-June
Offsite-Box: 1 Volume 15
1854 June-September
Offsite-Box: 1 Volume 16
1854 September-December
Offsite-Box: 1 Volume 17
1854 December-1855 March
Offsite-Box: 4 Volume 18
1855 March-May
Offsite-Box: 4 Volume 20
1855 August-October
Offsite-Box: 4 Volume 21
1855 October-December
Offsite-Box: 4 Volume 22
1855 December-1856 March
Offsite-Box: 4 Volume 23
1856 March-May
Offsite-Box: 4 Volume 24
1856 May-August
Offsite-Box: 5 Volume 25
1856 August-October
Offsite-Box: 5 Volume 26
1856 October-November
Offsite-Box: 5 Volume 27

Scope and Contents note

Blank at page 49 on.

1856 November-1857 January
Box: - Cooper Hewitt & Co. Volumes
Offsite-Box: 5 Volume 1
1857 January-March
Offsite-Box: 5 Volume 2
1857 April-June
Offsite-Box: 5 Volume 3
1857 June-August
Offsite-Box: 6 Volume 4
1857 August-October
Offsite-Box: 6 Volume 6
1858 February-May
Offsite-Box: 6 Volume 7
1858 May-September
Offsite-Box: 6 Volume 8
1858 September-December
Offsite-Box: 6 Volume 9
1859 January-April
Offsite-Box: 6 Volume 10
1859 April-July
Offsite-Box: 7 Volume 11
1859 July-October
Offsite-Box: 7 Volume 12
1859 October-1860 January
Offsite-Box: 7 Volume 13
1860 January-April
Offsite-Box: 7 Volume 14
1860 April-June
Offsite-Box: 7 Volume 15
1860 June-September
Offsite-Box: 7 Volume 16
1860 September-December
Offsite-Box: 8 Volume 17
1860 December-1861 March
Offsite-Box: 8 Volume 18
1861 March-July
Offsite-Box: 8 Volume 19
1861 July-November
Offsite-Box: 8 Volume 20
1861 November-1862 March
Offsite-Box: 8 Volume 21
1862 March-June
Offsite-Box: 8 Volume 22
1862 June-September
Offsite-Box: 9 Volume 23
1862 September-November
Offsite-Box: 9 Volume 24
1862 November-1863 February
Offsite-Box: 9 Volume 25
1863 February-April
Offsite-Box: 9 Volume 26
1863 April-June
Offsite-Box: 9 Volume 27
1863 June-August
Offsite-Box: 9 Volume 28
1863 August-October
Offsite-Box: 10 Volume 29
1863 October-December
Offsite-Box: 10 Volume 30
1864 January-March
Offsite-Box: 10 Volume 31
1864 March-May
Offsite-Box: 10 Volume 32
1864 May-December
Offsite-Box: 10 Volume 33
1864 December-1865 May
Offsite-Box: 10 Volume 34
1865 May-1866 February
Offsite-Box: 11 Volume 35
1866 February-July
Offsite-Box: 11 Volume 36
1866 July-October
Offsite-Box: 11 Volume 37
1866 October-1867 January
Offsite-Box: 11 Volume 38
1867 January-May
Offsite-Box: 11 Volume 39
1867 May-August
Offsite-Box: 11 Volume 40
1867 August-November
Offsite-Box: 12 Volume 41
1867 November-1868 February
Offsite-Box: 12 Volume 42
1868 February-April
Offsite-Box: 12 Volume 43
1868 April-July
Offsite-Box: 12 Volume 44
1868 July-September
Offsite-Box: 12 Volume 45
1868 September-December
Offsite-Box: 12 Volume 46
1868 December-1869 February
Offsite-Box: 13 Volume 47
1869 February-May
Offsite-Box: 13 Volume 48
1869 May-August
Offsite-Box: 13 Volume 49
1869 August-December
Offsite-Box: 13 Volume 50
1869 December-1870 March
Offsite-Box: 13 Volume 51
1870 March-June
Offsite-Box: 13 Volume 52
1870 June-September
Offsite-Box: 13 Volume 53
1870 September-December
Offsite-Box: 14 Volume 54
1870 December-1871 February
Offsite-Box: 14 Volume 55
1871 February-May
Offsite-Box: 14 Volume 56
1871 May-July
Offsite-Box: 14 Volume 57
1871 July-September
Offsite-Box: 14 Volume 58
1871 September-November
Offsite-Box: 14 Volume 59
1871 November-1872 January
Offsite-Box: 14 Volume 60
1872 January-March
Offsite-Box: 15 Volume 61
1872 March-May
Offsite-Box: 15 Volume 62
1872 May-July
Offsite-Box: 15 Volume 63
1872 July-September
Offsite-Box: 15 Volume 64
1872 September-November
Offsite-Box: 15 Volume 65
1872 November-1873 February
Offsite-Box: 15 Volume 66
1873 February-April
Offsite-Box: 16 Volume 67
1873 April-June
Offsite-Box: 16 Volume 68
1873 June-August
Offsite-Box: 16 Volume 69
1873 August-October
Offsite-Box: 16 Volume 70
1873 October-1874 January
Offsite-Box: 16 Volume 71
1874 January-April
Offsite-Box: 17 Volume 72
1874 April-July
Offsite-Box: 17 Volume 73
1874 July-October
Offsite-Box: 17 Volume 74
1874 October-1875 January
Offsite-Box: 17 Volume 75
1875 January-April
Offsite-Box: 17 Volume 76
1875 April-June
Offsite-Box: 18 Volume 77
1875 June-September
Offsite-Box: 18 Volume 78
1875 September-December
Offsite-Box: 18 Volume 79
1875 December-1876 March
Offsite-Box: 18 Volume 80
1876 March-June
Offsite-Box: 18 Volume 81
1876 June-October
Offsite-Box: 19 Volume 82
1876 October-December
Offsite-Box: 19 Volume 83
1876 December-1877 March
Offsite-Box: 19 Volume 84
1877 March-June
Offsite-Box: 19 Volume 85
1877 June-September
Offsite-Box: 19 Volume 86
1877 September-November
Offsite-Box: 20 Volume 87
1877 November-1878 February
Offsite-Box: 20 Volume 88
1878 February-April
Offsite-Box: 20 Volume 89
1878 April-June
Offsite-Box: 20 Volume 90
1878 July-September
Offsite-Box: 20 Volume 91
1878 September-November
Offsite-Box: 21 Volume 92
1878 November-1879 February
Offsite-Box: 21 Volume 93
1879 February-April
Offsite-Box: 21 Volume 94
1879 April-June
Offsite-Box: 21 Volume 95
1879 June-August
Offsite-Box: 21 Volume 96
1879 August-September
Offsite-Box: 22 Volume 97
1879 September-November
Offsite-Box: 22 Volume 98
1879 November-December
Offsite-Box: 22 Volume 99
1879 December-1880 February
Offsite-Box: 22 Volume 100
1880 February-March
Offsite-Box: 22 Volume 101
1880 March-April
Offsite-Box: 23 Volume 102
1880 April-June
Offsite-Box: 23 Volume 103
1880 June-July
Offsite-Box: 23 Volume 104
1880 July-September
Offsite-Box: 23 Volume 105
1880 September-November
Offsite-Box: 23 Volume 106
1880 November-December
Offsite-Box: 23 Volume 107
1880 December-1881 February
Offsite-Box: 24 Volume 108
1881 February-March
Offsite-Box: 24 Volume 109
1881 March-April
Offsite-Box: 24 Volume 110
1881 April-June
Offsite-Box: 24 Volume 111
1881 June-July
Offsite-Box: 24 Volume 112
1881 July-September
Offsite-Box: 24 Volume 113
1881 September-October
Offsite-Box: 25 Volume 114
1881 October-November
Offsite-Box: 25 Volume 115
1881 November-December
Offsite-Box: 25 Volume 116
1882 January-February
Offsite-Box: 25 Volume 117
1882 February-March
Offsite-Box: 25 Volume 118
1882 March-May
Offsite-Box: 25 Volume 119
1882 May-June
Offsite-Box: 26 Volume 120
1882 June-July
Offsite-Box: 26 Volume 121
1882 July-September
Offsite-Box: 26 Volume 123
1882 October-December
Offsite-Box: 26 Volume 124
1882 December-1883 January
Offsite-Box: 26 Volume 125
1883 January-March
Offsite-Box: 26 Volume 126
1883 March-April
Offsite-Box: 27 Volume 127
1883 April-May
Offsite-Box: 27 Volume 128
1883 May-June
Offsite-Box: 27 Volume 129
1883 June-August
Offsite-Box: 27 Volume 130
1883 August-September
Offsite-Box: 27 Volume 131
1883 September-November
Offsite-Box: 28 Volume 132
1883 November-December
Offsite-Box: 28 Volume 133
1883 December-1884 February
Offsite-Box: 28 Volume 134
1884 February-April
Offsite-Box: 28 Volume 135
1884 April-May
Offsite-Box: 28 Volume 136
1884 May-July
Offsite-Box: 29 Volume 137
1884 July-August
Offsite-Box: 29 Volume 138
1884 August-October
Offsite-Box: 29 Volume 139
1884 October-November
Offsite-Box: 29 Volume 140
1884 November-December
Offsite-Box: 29 Volume 141
1884 December-1885 February
Offsite-Box: 30 Volume 142
1885 February-March
Offsite-Box: 30 Volume 143
1885 March-April
Offsite-Box: 30 Volume 144
1885 April-May
Offsite-Box: 30 Volume 145
1885 May-June
Offsite-Box: 30 Volume 146
1885 June-August
Offsite-Box: 30 Volume 147
1885 August-September
Offsite-Box: 31 Volume 148
1885 September-October
Offsite-Box: 31 Volume 149
1885 October-November
Offsite-Box: 31 Volume 150
1885 November-December
Offsite-Box: 31 Volume 151
1885 December-1886 January
Offsite-Box: 31 Volume 152
1886 January-March
Offsite-Box: 32 Volume 153
1886 March-April
Offsite-Box: 32 Volume 154
1886 April-May
Offsite-Box: 32 Volume 155
1886 May-June
Offsite-Box: 32 Volume 156
1886 June-July
Offsite-Box: 32 Volume 157
1886 July-August
Offsite-Box: 33 Volume 158
1886 August-September
Offsite-Box: 33 Volume 159
1886 September-October
Offsite-Box: 33 Volume 160
1886 October-November
Offsite-Box: 33 Volume 161
1886 November-1887 January
Offsite-Box: 33 Volume 162
1887 January-February
Offsite-Box: 34 Volume 163
1887 February-March
Offsite-Box: 34 Volume 164
1887 March-April
Offsite-Box: 34 Volume 165
1887 April-May
Offsite-Box: 34 Volume 166
1887 May-June
Offsite-Box: 34 Volume 167
1887 June
Offsite-Box: 35 Volume 168
1887 June-August
Offsite-Box: 35 Volume 169
1887 August
Offsite-Box: 35 Volume 170
1887 August-September
Offsite-Box: 35 Volume 171
1887 September-October
Offsite-Box: 35 Volume 172
1887 October-November
Offsite-Box: 35 Volume 173
1887 November-1888 January
Offsite-Box: 36 Volume 174
1888 January-February
Offsite-Box: 36 Volume 175
1888 February-March
Offsite-Box: 36 Volume 176
1888 March-April
Offsite-Box: 36 Volume 177
1888 April-May
Offsite-Box: 36 Volume 178
1888 May-July
Offsite-Box: 36 Volume 179
1888 July-September
Offsite-Box: 37 Volume 180
1888 September-November
Offsite-Box: 37 Volume 181
1888 November-1889 January
Offsite-Box: 37 Volume 182
1889 January-March
Offsite-Box: 37 Volume 183
1889 March-April
Offsite-Box: 37 Volume 184
1889 April-June
Offsite-Box: 37 Volume 185
1889 June-August
Offsite-Box: 38 Volume 186
1889 August-September
Offsite-Box: 38 Volume 187
1889 September-November
Offsite-Box: 38 Volume 188
1889 November-December
Offsite-Box: 38 Volume 189
1889 December-1890 February
Offsite-Box: 38 Volume 190
1890 February-March
Offsite-Box: 38 Volume 191
1890 March-May
Offsite-Box: 39 Volume 192
1890 May-June
Offsite-Box: 39 Volume 193
1890 June-August
Offsite-Box: 39 Volume 194
1890 August-October
Offsite-Box: 39 Volume 195
1890 October-November
Offsite-Box: 39 Volume 196
1890 November-1891 January
Offsite-Box: 39 Volume 197
1891 January-February
Offsite-Box: 40 Volume 198
1891 February-March
Offsite-Box: 40 Volume 199
1891 March-May
Offsite-Box: 40 Volume 200
1891 May-June
Offsite-Box: 40 Volume 201
1891 June-August
Offsite-Box: 40 Volume 202
1891 August-September
Offsite-Box: 40 Volume 203
1891 September-November
Offsite-Box: 41 Volume 204
1891 November-December
Offsite-Box: 41 Volume 205
1891 December-1892 February
Offsite-Box: 41 Volume 206
1892 February-March
Offsite-Box: 41 Volume 207
1892 March-May
Offsite-Box: 41 Volume 208
1892 May-June
Offsite-Box: 41 Volume 209
1892 June-August
Offsite-Box: 42 Volume 210
1892 August-September
Offsite-Box: 42 Volume 211
1892 September-November
Offsite-Box: 42 Volume 212
1892 November-December
Offsite-Box: 42 Volume 213
1892 December-1893 January
Offsite-Box: 42 Volume 214
1893 January-March
Offsite-Box: 42 Volume 215
1893 March-April
Offsite-Box: 43 Volume 216
1893 May-June
Offsite-Box: 43 Volume 217
1893 June-August
Offsite-Box: 43 Volume 218
1893 August-September
Offsite-Box: 43 Volume 219
1893 September-November
Offsite-Box: 43 Volume 220
1893 November-1894 January
Offsite-Box: 43 Volume 221
1894 January-March
Offsite-Box: 44 Volume 222
1894 March-May
Offsite-Box: 44 Volume 223
1894 May-August
Offsite-Box: 44 Volume 224
1894 August-October
Offsite-Box: 44 Volume 225
1894 October-1895 January
Offsite-Box: 44 Volume 226
1895 January-March
Offsite-Box: 44 Volume 227
1895 March-May
Offsite-Box: 45 Volume 228
1895 May-August
Offsite-Box: 45 Volume 229
1895 August-October
Offsite-Box: 45 Volume 230
1895 October-December
Offsite-Box: 45 Volume 231
1895 December-1896 February
Offsite-Box: 45 Volume 232
1896 February-April
Offsite-Box: 45 Volume 233
1896 April-June
Offsite-Box: 45 Volume 234
1896 June-August
Offsite-Box: 46 Volume 235
1896 August-November
Offsite-Box: 46 Volume 238
1897 April-June
Offsite-Box: 46 Volume 239
1897 June-September
Offsite-Box: 46 Volume 240
1897 September-December
Offsite-Box: 46 Volume 242
1898 February-May
Offsite-Box: 46 Volume 243
1898 May-July
Offsite-Box: 47 Volume 244
1898 July-October
Offsite-Box: 47 Volume 245
1898 October-December
Offsite-Box: 47 Volume 246
1898 December-1899 March
Offsite-Box: 47 Volume 247
1899 March-April
Offsite-Box: 47 Volume 248
1899 April-June
Offsite-Box: 47 Volume 249
1899 June-August
Offsite-Box: 48 Volume 250
1899 August-September
Offsite-Box: 48 Volume 251
1899 September-November
Offsite-Box: 48 Volume 252
1899 November-December
Offsite-Box: 48 Volume 253
1899 December-1900 February
Offsite-Box: 48 Volume 254
1900 February-April
Offsite-Box: 48 Volume 255
1900 April-June
Offsite-Box: 49 Volume 256
1900 June-September
Offsite-Box: 49 Volume 257
1900 September-November
Offsite-Box: 49 Volume 258
1900 November-1901 February
Offsite-Box: 49 Volume 259
1901 February-April
Offsite-Box: 49 Volume 260
1901 April-June
Offsite-Box: 49 Volume 261
1901 June-September
Offsite-Box: 50 Volume 262
1901 September-November
Offsite-Box: 50 Volume 263
1901 November-1902 January
Offsite-Box: 50 Volume 264
1902 January-March
Offsite-Box: 50 Volume 265
1902 March=June
Offsite-Box: 50 Volume 266
1902 June-August
Offsite-Box: 50 Volume 267
1902 August-October
Offsite-Box: 51 Volume 268
1902 October-1903 January
Offsite-Box: 51 Volume 269
1903 January-March
Offsite-Box: 51 Volume 270
1903 March-June
Offsite-Box: 51 Volume 271
1903 June-1905 April

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