Guide to the Drake-Aldrich Family Papers, 1868-1949

Collection number: MC 249
Size: 7 boxes (2.33 cu.ft.)

About the Drake-Aldrich Family (1842-1995)

Frank James Drake (November 3 1842 - Aug. 20 1891) was the son of James Drake and Betsey Seavey of Drake Farm in Pittsfield, N.H. He attended Dartmouth College and on June 7, 1869 married Harriet C.E. Parker and they lived to Manchester, N.H. They bore two children, Helen (“Nellie” in the letters to her father) Parker Drake, born on April 8, 1871, and James, who died in infancy. After the death of James, Harriet left Frank and moved to Europe and he raised his daughter alone. Frank ran a flour and grain business with Frank P. Carpenter, Drake & Carpenter, on Granite Street in Manchester. This later became a wholesale dealership in flour, grain, and staple groceries, as well as lime and cement, Drake & Dodge (his partner was then Roger Dodge). In February 1885 Frank was in an accident while on his way to New Orleans and was hospitalized in Cincinnati, Ohio for three months. Subsequent to this, he suffered from back and leg problems. He died at the age of 50 from appendicitis.

Frank’s brother, Nathaniel Seavey Drake (Sept. 16, 1851 - Dec. 28, 1936) was also born in Pittsfield. He took an active interest in town affairs and served variously as town moderator, treasurer, auditor, school board member, and member of a number of different committees. He served in the state legislature as a Democrat in the House of Representatives in 1910 and the Senate in 1914. With his older sister, Georgiana Butters Drake, he gave the Drake Athletic Field to the town in 1917. He was superintendent of the C.B. Lancaster Shoe Company factories located in Pittsfield and Barnstead until the business moved to Keene, N.H. After their removal, he opened a shoe manufacturing company, Hill & Drake Shoe Co., and later the Drake & Sanborn Shoe Co. and ran a clothing store, N.S. Drake. He married Mary Agnes Rogers Green on March 17, 1872 and they had two children, James Frank Drake, born Sept. 1, 1880, and Agnes, born April 2, 1883.

Frank’s daughter Helen Parker Drake (d. 1995, Sarasota Florida), attended Wellesley College and married Charles Spaulding Aldrich sometime around 1898. They had a daughter, Adeline Aldrich, born on Dec 10, 1901 in Troy, New York. Adeline married Clarence Scott.

About the Drake-Aldrich Family Papers (1868-1949)

The Drake-Aldrich family papers span the years 1868 to 1949 and are primarily comprised of correspondence between family members (mostly to Frank J. Drake and to his daughter Helen Parker Drake Aldrich and her husband Charles Spaulding Aldrich). There are also two scrapbooks, seventy-six photographs and a small amount of miscellaneous material, including approximately sixty bills. The correspondence includes 653 letters written to Frank J. Drake, 400 of them from his younger brother, Nathaniel Drake, and 148 from his daughter, Helen Parker Drake Aldrich (“Nellie”). Helen herself was the recipient of 369 letters, both before and after her marriage, 111 of them from her husband, Charles Aldrich and 68 from her daughter Adeline. There are also thirteen letters to her from Emile Mayauden, a young Belgian soldier who often titles her his “war mother.” In his turn, Charles received 72 letters from Helen and 26 from his daughter Adeline.

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], [Folder number], [Box number], Drake-Aldrich Family Papers, MC 249, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

Donation, Rita Czek, LaPlace, Louisiana, July 20, 2012 (Accession number: 2012.21)

Collection Contents

Series 1: Correspondence

Subseries A: To Frank James Drake, , 1868-1891

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1From Nathaniel Drake; John Conner, 1868-1869 (7 letters)
Box 1, Folder 2From Nathaniel Drake; Josiah Carpenter, Georgiana’s husband; Georgiana Ella Carpenter, Feb-July 1870 (9 letters)
Box 1, Folder 3From Nathaniel Drake; D.W. Lane; C.C. Frost, Aug-Dec 1870 (9 letters)
Box 1, Folder 4From Nathaniel Drake, Jan-Feb 1871 (6 letters)
Box 1, Folder 5From Nathaniel Drake; Georgiana Carpenter; Josiah Carpenter; John Conner, March-Dec 1871 (13 letters)
Box 1, Folder 6From Nathaniel Drake; Hannah Ward Drake, his mother; Georgiana Carpenter; Betsey Fogg; Augustus Leavitt, Feb-July 1872 (7 letters)
Box 1, Folder 7From Nathaniel Drake, Aug-Dec 1872 (10 letters)
Box 1, Folder 8From Nathaniel Drake; Miron Phania, Feb-May 1873 (9 letters)
Box 1, Folder 9From Nathaniel Drake, June-Sept 1873 (8 letters)
Box 1, Folder 10From Nathaniel Drake; Miron Phania; Fred F. Foster, Oct-Dec 1873 (11 letters)
Box 1, Folder 11From Nathaniel Drake; Georgiana Carpenter; Miron Phania, Jan-May 1874 (10 letters)
Box 1, Folder 12From Nathaniel Drake; W. W. Palmer; Georgiana Carpenter; Miron Phania, July-Dec 1874 (10 letters)
Box 1, Folder 13From Nathaniel Drake; W. W. Colburn, June-Sept 1875 (8 letters)
Box 1, Folder 14From Nathaniel Drake; Georgiana Ella Carpenter, Oct-Dec 1875 (8 letters)
Box 1, Folder 15From Nathaniel Drake (6 letters); Hattie (1); W.W. Colburn (1), Jan-March 1876 (8 letters)
Box 1, Folder 16From Nathaniel Drake; C.A. Gillis; Mrs. Fogg, April-Sept 1876 (10 letters)
Box 1, Folder 17From Nathaniel Drake; W.W. Colburn; C.A. Gillis, 1877-1879 (8 letters)
Box 1, Folder 18From Nathaniel Drake; W.W. Colburn; Sylvester Dana; Albert Davis; Mary L. Wallace, 1880 (8 letters)
Box 1, Folder 19From Nathaniel Drake; W.W. Colburn; Nellie Drake; C.A. Gillis, Feb-May 1881 (13 letters)
Box 1, Folder 20From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Georgiana Ella Carpenter; Ira Blake; C.A. Gillis; John Conner; Smart, June-Dec 1881 (13 letters)
Box 1, Folder 21From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Georgiana Ella Carpenter; George Root (?), Jan-July 1882 (15 letters)
Box 1, Folder 22From Nathaniel Drake; Mary L. Wallace; John Conner, Aug-Dec 1882 (8 letters)
Box 1, Folder 23From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake, March-Aug 1883 (11 letters)
Box 1, Folder 24From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Hannah Ward Drake (mother), Oct-Dec 1883 (7 letters)
Box 1, Folder 25From Nathaniel Drake; Georgiana Carpenter; C.A. Gillis, Feb-June 1884 (11 letters)
Box 1, Folder 26From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake, July-Nov 1884 (13 letters)
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1From Nellie Drake; Nathaniel Drake; Georgiana Ella Carpenter (niece, Georgiana’s daughter); Mary L. Wallace; Josiah; Roger E. Dodge, Jan-Feb 1885 (14 letters)
Box 2, Folder 2From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; L. Sears; Mary L. Wallace, March 1-10, 1885 (17 letters)
Box 2, Folder 3From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Mary L. Wallace; C.W. Osgood, March 11-29, 1885 (14 letters)
Box 2, Folder 4From Nathaniel Drake, April-May 1885 (7 letters)
Box 2, Folder 5From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Hattie; C.A. Gillis; John Conner, July-Aug 1885 (12 letters)
Box 2, Folder 6From Nathaniel Drake, Sept-Dec 1885 (17 letters)
Box 2, Folder 7From Nathaniel Drake; C. A. Gillis, Jan-Feb 1886 (9 letters)
Box 2, Folder 8From Nathaniel Drake, C. A. Gillis; Nellie Drake; Mary L. Wallace, March-April 1886 (10 letters)
Box 2, Folder 9From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; William Yeaton, May-Aug 1886 (14 letters)
Box 2, Folder 10From Nathaniel Drake; C.A. Gillis, Sept-Oct 1886 (10 letters)
Box 2, Folder 11From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; C.A. Gillis; L. Sears; W. Attlee Burpee; Sanborne, Nov-Dec 1886 (19 letters)
Box 2, Folder 12From Nathaniel Drake; L. Sears; Sylvester Dana, Jan-Feb 1887 (14 letters)
Box 2, Folder 13From Nathaniel Drake; James Frank Drake (nephew, Nat’s son), March-May 1887 (18 letters)
Box 2, Folder 14From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake, June-July 1887 (4 letters)
Box 2, Folder 15From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake, Aug 1887 (9 letters)
Box 2, Folder 16From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; James Frank Drake; Roger E. Dodge, Sept-Dec 1887 (7 letters)
Box 2, Folder 17From Nathaniel Drake; James Frank Drake; C.A. Gillis; William Lyman,Jan-Feb 1888 (11 letters)
Box 2, Folder 18From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Mary L. Wallace, March-May 1888 (12 letters)
Box 2, Folder 19From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Georgiana Ella Carpenter; C.A. Gillis, June-Aug 1888 (15 letters)
Box 2, Folder 20From Nellie Drake; Nathaniel Drake; Cousin Bella, Sept 1888 (10 letters)
Box 2, Folder 21From Nellie Drake; Nathaniel Drake; Cousin Bella; Sylvester Dana; Bille Seavey, Oct 1888 (14 letters)
Box 2, Folder 22From Nellie Drake; Nathaniel Drake; Georgiana Butters, Nov 3-18, 1888 (12 letters)
Box 2, Folder 23From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Cousin Bella, Nov 25-Dec 31, 1888 (14 letters)
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1From Nellie Drake; Nathaniel Drake; Cousin Bella, Jan-June 1889 (16 letters)
Box 3, Folder 2From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; C.A. Gillis,July-Aug, 1889 (14 letters)
Box 3, Folder 3From Nellie Drake; Nathaniel Drake; Roger E. Dodge, Sept-Dec, 1889 (15 letters)
Box 3, Folder 4From Nathaniel Drake; Roger E. Dodge; Nellie Drake, Jan-Feb 1890 (15 letters)
Box 3, Folder 5From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Agnes Drake (niece); C.A. Gillis; J.B. Moran, March-April 1890 (14 letters)
Box 3, Folder 6From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake, May-June 1890 (13 letters)
Box 3, Folder 7From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Roger E. Dodge; C.A. Gillis; John Conner); Mary L. Wallace, July-Aug 1890 (15 letters)
Box 3, Folder 8From Nellie Drake; Nathaniel Drake, Sept-Oct 1890 (17 letters)
Box 3, Folder 9From Nellie Drake; Nathaniel Drake; Agnes Drake; John Conner; George Warden, Nov-Dec 1890 (20 letters)
Box 3, Folder 10From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Roger E. Dodge, Jan-Feb 1891 (16 letters)
Box 3, Folder 11From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake; Roger E. Dodge; Georgia; James Frank Drake; John Conner, March-April 1891 (21 letters)
Box 3, Folder 12From Nathaniel Drake; Nellie Drake, May-June 1891 (12 letters)
Box 3, Folder 13From Nellie Drake, undated (19 letters)
Box 3, Folder 14From Nellie Drake; Nathaniel Drake; C.A. Gillis; Mary L. Wallace, undated (8 letters)

Subseries B: To Helen Parker Drake, later Aldrich, 1882-1949

Box 3
Box 3, Folder 15From Charles S. Aldrich; Belle Merrill; S.E. Stewart; Auntie [Sophia Harris] Sears; Nathaniel Drake, and 1 unidentified, June 1882-Aug 1896 (15 letters)
Box 3, Folder 16From Charles S. Aldrich, Jan 1897 (10 letters)
Box 3, Folder 17From Charles S. Aldrich, Feb 1897 (19 letters)
Box 3, Folder 18From Charles S. Aldrich, March 1897 (20 letters)
Box 3, Folder 19From Charles S. Aldrich, April 1897 (19 letters)
Box 3, Folder 20From Charles S. Aldrich, May 1897 (17 letters)
Box 3, Folder 21From Adeline Aldrich, daughter; Addie; Hazel, niece; Charles S. Aldrich; Susan Allen Aldrich; Nathaniel Drake; Mary A.; Georgia Aldrich; Ora Slater; Pete [Howarth?], and 7 unidentified, April 1903-Nov 1926 (32 letters)
Box 3, Folder 22From Adeline Aldrich, daughter; Charles S. Aldrich; Kittie Walsh; May Drake; Potters (?); James Frank Drake, cousin; Hazel, niece; Auntie Sophia Harris Sears; Georgia, mother-in-law; Sarah; Addie, and 2 unidentified, Jan-July 1927 (24 letters)
Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1From Adeline Aldrich, daughter; Auntie Sophia Harris Sears; Georgia, mother-in-law; Agnes, cousin; George Drake, cousin; Ira Blake; Ora Slater, Aug-Oct 1927 (19 letters)
Box 4, Folder 2From Adeline Aldrich, daughter; Charles S. Aldrich; Georgia, mother-in-law; Ora Slater; Auntie Sophia Harris Sears; James Frank Drake; Susie H. Knight; Grace Finch; Pete [Howarth?], and 1 unidentified, Nov-Dec 1927 (16 letters)
Box 4, Folder 3From Adeline Aldrich, daughter; Georgia, mother-in-law; Auntie Sophia Harris Sears; Nathaniel Drake; Mary Fanton, Jan-Feb 1928 (14 letters)
Box 4, Folder 4From Adeline Aldrich, daughter; Susan Hawley Knight; Charles S. Aldrich; Auntie Sophia Harris Sears, and 1 unidentified, March-May 1928 (16 letters)
Box 4, Folder 5From Auntie Sophia Harris Sears; Aunt Adelaide Howarth; Adeline Aldrich, daughter; Harold; Ora Slater; Olive Geer Gardner; Wellesley College, June-July 1928 (11 letters)
Box 4, Folder 6From Aunt Adelaide Howarth; Auntie Sophia Harris Sears; Georgia, mother-in-law; Ora Slater; Eleanor Herrick; Hazel, niece, and 1 unidentified, Aug-Dec 1928 (9 letters)
Box 4, Folder 7From Auntie Sophia Harris Sears; Charles S. Aldrich; Addie; Ora Slater; Georgia, mother-in-law; Pete [Howarth?]; Sarah Aldrich, and 4 unidentified, Jan-May 1930 (16 letters)
Box 4, Folder 8 From Aunt Adeline Sears; Aunt Adelaide Howarth; Adeline Aldrich, daughter; Ora Slater; Georgia, mother-in-law; Aunt “Lad"; Nathaniel Aldrich; James Frank Drake; Bruce Hislop; Jessie M. Aldrich; Edith E. Ware; Arthur [Carpenter?]; Josephine Batters, June-Sept 1930 (28 letters)
Box 4, Folder 9From Aunt Adelaide Howarth; Adeline Aldrich, daughter; Aunt “Lad”; Charles S. Aldrich; Pete [Howarth?]; Bruce Hislop; Edith E. Ware, Oct-Dec 1930 (18 letters)
Box 4, Folder 10From Adelaide Howarth; Pete [Howarth?]; Adeline Aldrich; Charles S. Aldrich; Georgia, mother-in-law; Adeline Sears; Susan Hawley Knight; Bruce Hislop; Ora Slater; Jan-March 1931 (15 letters)
Box 4, Folder 11From Adelaide Howarth; Pete [Howarth?]; Ora Slater; Arthur [Carpenter?]; Georgia, mother-in-law; Adeline Sears); Susan Hawley Knight; Emma Bickford; Amy —?, April-Dec 1931 (15 letters)
Box 4, Folder 12From Aunt Lad; Charles S. Aldrich; Adeline Aldrich; Agnes Drake; James Aldrich; Ora Slater; Pete [Howarth?], Jan-Feb 1932 (8 letters)
Box 4, Folder 13From Adeline Aldrich; Charles S. Aldrich; Aunt “Lad” (Adelaide Howarth?; Ora Slater; Susan Hawley Knight, March-April 1932 (12 letters)
Box 4, Folder 14From Adeline Aldrich; Ora Slater; Charles S. Aldrich; Winifred Goss; Aunt “Lad” (Adelaide Howarth?); Frank Carpenter; George Howarth; Eleanor Herrick; May Drake, May-Aug 1932 (26 letters)
Box 4, Folder 15From Adeline Aldrich; Aunt Adelaide Howarth; Pete [Howarth?]; Aunt Lad; Susan Hawley Knight; Marian Burnham, and 3 unidentified, Sept 1932-June 1949 (20 letters)
Box 4, Folder 16From Auntie Sears; Charles S. Aldrich; Pete [Howarth?]; May Drake; one unidentified postcard, all undated (7 letters)
Box 4, Folder 17From Emile Mayauden, Belgian soldier, f.18 (7 letters)Aug-Dec 1917 (6 letters)
Box 4, Folder 18From Emile Mayauden, Belgian soldier, Jan 1918-Jan 1919 (7 letters)

Subseries C: To Charles Aldrich, 1898-1934

Box 5
Box 5, Folder 1From Helen Drake Aldrich; Arthur Vrancken (from Cologne, Germany); Ora Slater; Mary van Beulchotury (?); Guy — (?), Feb 1895-July 1898 (13 letters)
Box 5, Folder 2From Helen Drake Aldrich, May-Sept 1905 (17 letters)
Box 5, Folder 3From Helen Drake Aldrich; Adeline Aldrich, Jan 1906-Feb 1908 (13 letters)
Box 5, Folder 4From Helen Drake Aldrich; Jessie M. Aldrich; Adeline Aldrich, March-Dec 1908 (18 letters)
Box 5, Folder 5From Helen Drake Aldrich; Willis Aldrich; Katharine Drake; Jessie M. Aldrich, Jan-Feb 1909 (15 letters)
Box 5, Folder 6From Helen Drake Aldrich; James Aldrich; Mary Aldrich; Jessie M. Aldrich; J.E. Willoughby, March-Dec 1909 (5 letters)
Box 5, Folder 7From Helen Drake Aldrich; Willis Aldrich; Katharine Drake; Jessie M. Aldrich, and 3 unidentified, 1910-19241910-1924 (20 letters)
Box 5, Folder 8From Adeline Aldrich, and 2 unidentified, Sept-Dec 1926 (10 letters)
Box 5, Folder 9From Adeline Aldrich; Adelaide Howarth; Ora Slater; Pete Howarth; AHS, and 2 unidentified, March 1927-Feb 1931 (15 letters)
Box 5, Folder 10From Adeline Aldrich, 1932-1934 (10 letters)

Subseries D: Miscellaneous Correspondence

Box 5, Folder 11To Adeline Aldrich from Helen Drake Aldrich; William Minot Thomas; L.S. (Sears, godfather, Providence RI); H.A.C.; Mabel Blanchard; Jeems; Julia, 1903-1930 (110 letters)
Box 5, Folder 12Frank James Drake to Mrs. Fogg, Aug 9, 1876; Frank James Drake to Miss Wallace, Aug 20, 1879 (and the response from Miss Wallace, Aug 21, 1879); Jack (John Conner?) to “Col,” Nov. 19, 1880; Nathaniel Drake to May Drake, April 21, 1885; Nathaniel Drake to James Frank Drake, March 21, 1890; Momma to “Mama’s darling boy,” Nov 21, 1895; unknown to Hubert, Jan 17, 1897; Adeline Aldrich to Stustie, Sep 22, 1898; from Ora Slater (?) to her son, Bruce, Dec 7, 1930; Dorothy to Father, Mother and Hazel, Jan 4, 1931; wedding invitation from Mr. and Mrs. James Frank Drake to Charles and Helen Parker Drake Aldrich on the occasion of the marriage of their daughter, Ruth Elliott Frank to Chester Harding Lusell, June 26, n.y.; “Hattie” to “dear old trout.” undated; D. Marie Bohl to Mrs. Hislop, undated; letter fragment from C.A. Gillis to unknown, undated; reception invitation to James Conner from Mr. and Mrs. James Parker, undated; a fragment of a note from Ora Slater, undated; 13 unidentified letters, and a note from an unknown author to an unidentified person (undated), 1876-1931 (31 letters)

Series 2: Photographs

Box 5
Box 5, Folder 13Photos, mostly undated

79 photographs, 53 cyanotype and 26 black and white, all undated except for one of a pagoda, to Helen Nov 17, 1930. The last 46 photographs are unidentified.

  • e. 1-2 Nathan and Frank James Drake at Pond Farm
  • e. 3-4 Frank James Drake, Pond Farm
  • e. 5 Frank James Drake, Helen Parker Drake and Agnes Drake
  • e. 6 May, Helen, unidentified woman, Agnes and James Frank Drake at Pond Farm
  • e. 7-8 Helen Drake on see-saw at Pond Farm
  • e. 9 James Frank playing baseball at Pond Farm. The man in the distance is unidentified
  • e. 10 May and Helen Drake picking fruit at Pond Farm
  • e. 11 Agnes and her mother May in the garden at Pond Farm
  • e. 12 Agnes with her father Nathan Drake at Pond Farm
  • e. 13 Frank James with unidentified child at Pond Farm
  • e. 14 Helen Parker Drake with fur collar and cuffs
  • e. 15 Helen Parker Drake at Pond Farm
  • e. 16 Nathan Drake (?) with James Frank at Pond Farm
  • e. 17 House on Pond Farm that Nathan Drake restored
  • e. 18 Chopping and sawing wood in front of the barn at at Pond Farm. Helen is the woman with her leg up on the log. May holds the ax. The children are James Frank and Agnes.
  • e. 19 The little girl is Agnes Drake. The older woman is unidentified
  • e. 20 Aunt Georgia Drake Carpenter and Agnes Drake at Pond Farm
  • e. 21 Aunt Georgia and Agnes
  • e. 22-26 Five photos of sailboat described by Helen in her letters as being taken on Pond Farm. Nathan Drake is one of the men on board
  • e. 27 Turkey at Pond Farm
  • e. 28-30 May Drake with turkey
  • e. 31 May Drake playing the guitar
  • e. 32 Helen Drake with two friends at the beach
  • e. 33 Building at Wellesley College
  • e. 34 Helen Parker Drake at unidentified location (Troy, NY?)

Series 3: Miscellaneous Papers

Box 5
Box 5, Folder 14Drake family genealogy: James Drake and Hannah Ward and their twelve children, 1755-1879 (compiled by Nathaniel Drake, March 17, 1890) 1775-1890
Box 5, Folder 15Various bills, 1867-1872
Box 5, Folder 16Various bills, 1873-1931
Box 5, Folder 17Programs, Oct 1916-June 1918
Box 5, Folder 18Travel guides: France
Box 5, Folder 19Advertisements
Box 5, Folder 20Newspapers

Corn and Grain market Index, May 27, 1884; Manchester Union Leader supplement (presidential election), March 5, 1889; Asylum Record, April 5, 1890; public school journal, May 27, 1884-April 5, 1890

Box 5, Folder 21Assorted papers: Adeline Aldrich junenilia, school tests, drawings, etc.
Box 5, Folder 22Frank James Drake’s account book, 1881-1885

Series 4: Scrapbooks

Box 6
Scrapbooks
  • Scrapbook 1: Adeline Aldrich’s baby book documenting her early life – “She came in a pouring rain” on Dec. 10, 1901; “she had one severe cold in the winter of 1902-03″; “She walked from her nurse to her father & back again” on March 13, 1903. Contains a drawing done by Adeline of “Peregrine White, The Puritan Boy”
  • Scrapbook 2: College scrapbook belonging to Charles Spaulding Aldrich: includes mementos of social and sport activities he participated in while at Vermont Academy and Brown – calling cards, valentines, and marriage announcements of friends. Also includes baseball season tickets for Brown for the 1893-1894 season.

Series 5: Printed Items

Box 7
Box 7, Folder 1Thirteen photocards: Jerusalem, Nazareth, Aix-La-Chapelle, Yosemite, Bar Harbor, Chicago, Hampton Beach, N.H., Central Park, Lake Winnepesaukee
Box 7, Folder 2Guidebooks: England: Oxford and York
Box 7, Folder 3Guidebooks: France: Paris and Verdun
Box 7, Folder 4Guidebooks: Italy, Lake Geneva, and the Alps
Box 7, Folder 5Theatre programs: “Old Lady 31″ by Rachel Crothers, starring Emma Dunn, Thirty Ninth Street Theatre, and “Turn To The Right” by Winchell Smith and John E. Hazzard, The Gaiety Theatre, both the week of Nov 20, 1916
Box 7, Folder 6Reference books: cookbook: The Home Guide (1880), Day’s American Ready Reckoner and Log Measurer (1866), Embroidery Pattern Book (made in Germany, n.d.), 1866-1880
Box 7, Folder 7Christmas greeting card that also acts as a calendar for 1929