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Legal instruments.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Edgarton-Bishop farm records, M2000

 Collection
Identifier: M2000
Scope and Contents A gift of the estate of Gertrude E. Edgarton, these materials document nearly 150 years of farming and business in Central New York, especially Deansboro and Bouckville. Topics covered include farming, merchandising, militias, Hopkins Choice Mower Company, District School #10, and the history of Bouckville and the Edgarton family.
Dates: 1797-1960

Hamilton history collection, M2046

 Collection
Identifier: M2046
Scope and Contents Includes photographs, printed ephemera, correspondence, manuscripts, and legal documents, related to the history of Hamilton, New York, collected and compiled by the Colgate University Libraries.

Original folder numbering has been retained throughout the collection even in cases where misnumbering occurred at the time of original processing or materials were discovered to be missing during later inventories. As a result, missing folder numbers may be encountered.
Dates: 1800-1990

Daimon Richmond papers, M2003

 Collection
Identifier: M2003
Scope and Contents Collection contains account books, financial records, photographs, deeds and legal papers, subpoenas, advertising flyers and other ephemera relating to the Richmond family in Poolville, N.Y
Dates: 1817-1881

Taggart family papers, A1056

 Collection
Identifier: A1056
Scope and Contents While attending the Hamilton Theological Seminary, Joseph W. Taggart received letters from his father and siblings that kept him informed about what was going on at home while he was at school. Reading these letters reveals a little of the family dynamics in the Taggart household, as well as some of their family relationships. While not included in the collection, Taggart's own letters home are sometimes referenced in the letters that he received from his family. A combination of letters,...
Dates: 1733 - 1892; Majority of material found within 1826 - 1832