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Series 9, Addenda, circa 1732-1943 (continued)
1973 Addition (continued)
Notebooks
Vol. 1, 1767 Nov. 17-1770 Mar. 17
BOX 9:26 Vol. 2, 1770 Mar. 17-1799 Apr. 30
BOX 9:27 Vol. 3, 1770-1772 , and Four Mile Run, 1799
Miscellaneous, 1749-1751, 1766[?], 1788[?], undated See also Oversize, Container OV 3
Business papers
Memorandum books
Miscellaneous, 1756-1792
Cash accounts, 1774, 1785
(2 vols.)
BOX 9:28 Lear, Tobias, 1791-1792 accounts, transcripts, 1932
Miscellaneous accounts, 1754-1789
Muse, Battaile, accounts, 1785-1790
Plantations
Accounts, 1791-1792
Journal of work, 1786-1787
Potomack Co., 1774-[1785]
President of the United States, accounts, 1789-1790
BOX 9:29 Miscellaneous
Bible facsimiles, recording birth, circa 1732 , and artifact from Masonic induction at Fredericksburg, Va., 1752-1753 , and Harewood Manor certificate, 1901
Last will and testament, 1799
(3 folders)
Military records
Commission by congress as general and commander in chief, 1775 (multiple copies) See Oversize, Container OV 4
Miscellaneous extracts, 1758-1807
Monroe, James, A View of the Conduct of the Executive (1797), pages annotated by Washington
Mount Vernon, memoranda and extracts, 1936
Presidential proclamation establishing Thanksgiving holiday, 1789 (multiple copies) See Oversize, Container OV 4
Printed matter, 1754-1943, undated See also Oversize, Container OV 4
(3 folders)
BOX 9:30 Forgeries of Washington documents, dated 1777-1799, by Robert Spring and others
(15 folders)
BOX 9:31 Material about Washington's papers
Ford, Worthington Chauncey, "Washington Papers," 1888
(1 vol.)
BOX 9:32 Sparks, Jared, "Alphabetical Index to the Letters Received by George Washington with Reference to the Bound Volumes. Prepared from the Original Letters," 1830
Vol. 1
BOX 9:33 Vol. 2
BOX 9:34 List of letters by Washington and from George W. P. Custis
Photostatic copies from the New York Public Library relating to transcriptions by Washington's secretary, Richard Varick, 1775
Washington papers in the Jonathan Trumbull collection, Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Conn.
Miscellaneous notes
Contents of book containing an account of Washington's journey over the mountains
Contents of field or survey book, 1749-1750
Washington diaries
Washington papers in the office of George C. Washington
Original binding for Washington ledger
BOX 9:35 1979-1985 Addition
Arranged by type or topic of material.
Original Washington letters
1770, May 13 , to Jonathan Boucher
1773, Aug. 9 , to Burwell Bassett
1788, June 23 , to David Stuart
Undated, to "Madam"
Reproductions, 1770-1798
1996 Addition
Arranged by type or topic of material.
Letters
Originals, 1777, 1793
Reproduction, 1799
1999 Addition
Arranged by type or topic of material.
Letters
Originals, 1773-1780
Reproduction (facsimile), 1785
Survey, 1750
Washingtoniana
Original material
Correspondence, 1859-1863, 1918-1921, undated
Commemorative memorabilia, seals, signatures, and portraits, cloth from a bier, and hair samples, 1832, 1889, 1894, undated
Reproductions
Miscellaneous, 1785, 1807, 1837, 1863, 1882, 1889
Printed matter, 1817, 1846, 1869, 1914, undated See also Oversize, Container 4
Reports and notes
Miscellaneous, 1937, undated
Posey family claim of Washington paternity, 1886, 1908
BOX OV 1-OV 18 Oversize, circa 1750-1914
Originals and reproductions of correspondence, maps, commissions, presidential proclamations, broadsides, land surveys, certificates, and diplomas.
Unarranged and described according to the series and containers from which the items were removed.
BOX OV 1 Letter, Washington to John Sullivan, original, 1778 July 22 (Series 9, Container 1)
BOX OV 2 Map, "Allegany copied from a map of Doctr. [Thomas] Walkers laid before the assembly," circa 1769-1770 (Series 9, Container 4)
BOX OV 3 Map sketch, portion of Potomac River including Mount Vernon, undated (Series 9, Container 27)
BOX OV 4 Commission, Washington as general and commander in chief, 1775 June 19, multiple undated reproductions and three facsimile broadsides dated 1873, 1875, and 1891 (Series 9, Container 29)
BOX OV 4 Presidential proclamation establishing Thanksgiving holiday, 1789 , multiple printed reproductions (Series 9, Container 29)
BOX OV 4 Broadside, facsimile letter dated 1783 from Washington to Israel Putnam, 1897 (Series 9, Container 29)
BOX OV 4 Broadside, facsimile of commission of Jonathan Taylor as lieutenant, signed by Washington in 1795 (Series 9, Container 29)
BOX OV 4 Broadside, facsimile of commission of Washington as commander in chief signed by John Adams in 1798 , facsimile (Series 9, Container 29)
BOX OV 4 Broadside, "In Commemoration of British American Peace Centenary, Christmas Eve A.D. 1814-1914," 1914 (copy 1 of 2) (Series 9, Container 29)
BOX OV 4 Broadside, "In Commemoration of British American Peace Centenary, 1:13 Christmas Eve A.D. 1814-1914," 1914 (copy 2 of 2) (Series 9, Container 35, from “Printed matter”)
BOX OV 4 Broadside, eulogy of Washington by Benjamin Tyler, 1817 (Series 9, Container 35, from “Printed matter”)
BOX OV 5 Plat, 29,753 acres at the fork of the Ohio and Great Kanhawa rivers, 1771 (Series 4, Volume 11, Reel 32)
BOX OV 5 Table, “A table to explain this plat, being the tract laying between the Ohio and Great Kanhawa”, 1771 (Series 4, Volume 11, Reel 32)
BOX OV 5 Plat, 4232 acres on the south side of the Great Kanhawa river, 1771 (Series 4, Volume 11, Reel 32)
BOX OV 5 Plat, 28,627 acres surveyed on Sandy Creek, patented in the names of John Savage and others (Series 4, Volume 12, Reel 32)
BOX OV 5 Plat, 51,302 acres of land in the fork of the Ohio and Kanhawa rivers, granted to George Muse and others, 1772 (Series 4, Volume 12, Reel 32)
BOX OV 5 Grant, 1395 acres in Boutetourt county to Washington from John Murray, the Earl of Dunsmore, 1772 (Series 4, Volume 12, Reel 32)
BOX OV 5 Grant, 2314 acres in Boutetourt county to Washington from John Murray, the Earl of Dunsmore, 1772 (Series 4, Volume 12, Reel 32)
BOX OV 5 Grant, 2448 acres in Boutetourt county to Washington from John Murray, the Earl of Dunsmore, 1772 (Series 4, Volume 12, Reel 32)
BOX OV 5 Grant, 28,627 acres in Fincastle county to John Savage and others from John Murray, the Earl of Dunsmore, 1772 (Series 4, Volume 12, Reel 32) (2 pieces)
BOX OV 5 Grant, 7276 acres in Boutetourt county to GW and George Muse from John Murray, the Earl of Dunsmore, 1773 , Dec. 1 (Series 4, Volume 12, Reel 33)
BOX OV 5 Grant, 28,400 acres in Boutetourt county to David Richardson and others from John Murray, the Earl of Dunsmore, 1773, Dec. 1 (Series 4, Volume 12, Reel 33)
BOX OV 5 “State of the Army under the command of his Excellency Sir Henry Clinton”, 1782, Apr. 1 (Series 4, Volume 194, Reel 83)
BOX OV 6 Address, Washington to the inhabitants of Canada, 1775, Sept. 7-20 (Series 4, Volume 18, Reel 34)
BOX OV 6 Sketch, Henry Bawbee’s sketch of Fort Detroit, 1780 (Series 4, Volume 159, Reel 73)
BOX OV 7 “Dunlap” broadside, Declaration of Independence, fragment, 1776 (Series 4, Volume 29A, Reel 36)
BOX OV 8 Ledger, “Return of ordnance and military stores in the garrison of West Point,” 1783, Dec. 28 (Series 4, Volume 228, Reel 93)
BOX OV 9 Commission, to Washington from Continental Congress, 1782, Sept. 16 (Series 4, Volume 206, Reel 87)
BOX OV 10 Draft copy, Washington’s copy of the Committee of Style report from the Constitutional Convention, 1787, Sept. 9 (Series 4, Volume 239, Reel 97)
BOX OV 11 Ledger, Return of Quartermasters Stores, 1782 (Series 6C, Volume 7, Reel 118)
BOX OV 12 Commission, Washington as general and commander in chief, 1775 , reproductions (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 13 Certificate, Board of Agriculture, Whitehall, London, England, Foreign Honorary Member of the Board, 1795 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 14 Commission, Washington as Lieutenant General and Commander in Chief, signed by John Adams, 1798 , original (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Honorary degree, Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass., 1776 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Envelope addressed to “George Washington esq., Lieutenant General and Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United States of America” (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Membership certificate, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, Pa., 1780 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Membership certificate, American Society of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, Mass., 1781 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Honorary law degree, Yale College, New Haven, Conn., 1781 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Proclamation by Abraham Ten Broeck, Mayor of Albany, N.Y., 1784 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Honorary law degree, University of the State of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Penn., 1783 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Membership certificate, New York Marine Society, New York, N.Y., 1783 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Membership certificate, Charles Town Library Society, Charleston, S.C., 1784 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Proclamation by James Duane, Mayor of New York City, 1784 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Honorary Membership Certificate, Holland Lodge of Freemasons, New York, N.Y., 1789 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Honorary law degree, Washington College, Chestertown, Md., 1789 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
BOX OV 15 Extra impression of wax seal from honorary law degree from Washington College, 1789 (Series 8B, Reel 124)
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