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BOX 1 Family Diaries and Journals, 1843-1913
Diaries and journals of Putnam family members.
Arranged alphabetically by name of person.
BOX 1 O’Hara, Shirley Putnam (daughter), 1899-1908
BOX 1 Pinhey, Amy Putnam (sister), 1886-1891
BOX 1 Putnam, Edith Grace (sister), 1878
BOX 1 Putnam, Ruth (sister), 1875-1913, undated
BOX 1 Putnam, Victorine Haven (mother), 1843-1865
BOX 2-13 Family Correspondence, 1783-1955
Letters sent and received. Includes a Ruth Putnam letterbook.
Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent and therein chronologically.
BOX 2 Bishop, Corwina Haven (aunt)
BOX 2 Haven, Mary Parsons Tuttle (grandmother), circa 1812
BOX 2 Jacobi, Mary Putnam (sister)
BOX 2 McAneny, George Francis (nephew), 1944
BOX 2 Mason, David (great-great grandfather)
BOX 2 Mason, Edith Grace Putnam (sister), 1875-1924, undated
BOX 3 Mason, Rufus (brother-in-law), 1915-1921, undated
BOX 3 Munroe, F. Mitchell (brother-in-law), 1901-1903
BOX 3 Munroe, Kirk (brother-in-law)
BOX 3 Munroe, Mabel Stearns (wife of Kirk Munroe), 1926-1927
BOX 3 O’Hara, Desmond (grandson), 1925-1949
BOX 3 O’Hara, June (granddaughter), 1930
BOX 3 O’Hara, Mayfred L. (mother of Eliot O’Hara), 1929-1930
BOX 4 O’Hara, Shirley Putnam (daughter), 1900-1939, undated
BOX 4 O’Hara, Skidmore (brother of Eliot O’Hara), 1929
BOX 5 Pinhey, Robert Hill (father of Robert Spottiswoode Pinhey), 1886
BOX 5 Pinhey, Robert Spottiswoode (brother-in-law), 1871-1890, undated
BOX 5 Pinhey, Victorine Amy Putnam
BOX 5 1866-1887
BOX 6 1888-1915, undated
BOX 7 Putnam, Brenda (daughter), 1899-1949, undated
BOX 7 Putnam, Catherine Hunt (grandmother), 1843-1846, undated
BOX 8 Putnam, Charlotte E. Munroe (wife)
BOX 8 1899-1909
BOX 9 1913-1928, undated
BOX 10 Putnam, George Haven (brother)
BOX 10 Putnam, George Palmer (father), 1844-1851, undated
BOX 10 Putnam, George P., II (nephew)
BOX 10 Putnam, Herbert, letters from family members, 1900-1949, undated
BOX 11 Putnam, Irving (brother)
BOX 11 Putnam, Israel (distant cousin), 1783
BOX 11 Putnam, John Bishop (brother), 1887
BOX 11 Putnam, Mary (niece)
BOX 11 Putnam, Ruth (sister)
BOX 11 1887-1928, undated
BOX 12 1887-1901, undated (letterbook)
BOX 13 Putnam, Sidney Mason (brother), 1871
BOX 13 Putnam, Victor H. (nephew), 1920
BOX 13 Putnam, Victorine Haven (mother), 1840-1890, undated
BOX 13 Smith, Elizabeth Ingalls Putnam (aunt), 1846
BOX 13 Smith, Issac T. (uncle), circa 1840-1896
BOX 13 Stowe, Lyman Beecher (nephew of Kirk Munroe), 1927
BOX 13 Tuttle, Daniel (great uncle)
BOX 14-17 General Correspondence, 1886-1955
Letters sent and received.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX 14 1886-1930
BOX 15 1931-1938
BOX 16 1939-1943
BOX 17 1944-1955, undated
BOX 17 Unidentified correspondents
BOX 18-24 Speeches and Writings, 1883-1950
Handwritten, typewritten, and printed copies or drafts of speeches and articles.
Loose manuscripts arranged alphabetically by title and scrapbooks arranged chronologically.
BOX 18 Biography, bibliography
BOX 18 “The Admiral,” 1913
BOX 18 American Council of Learned Societies dinner, 1939, Jan. 27
BOX 18 American Historical Association dinner, 1927, Dec. 29
BOX 18 “American Libraries and the Investigator,” 1913
BOX 18 “American Libraries in Relation to Scholarly Studies and Research,” 1929
BOX 18 American Library Association, 1898, 1904, 1912, 1950
BOX 18 Author’s League dinner, 1414, Feb. 14
BOX 18 “The Babe; An Apostrophe,” 1925
BOX 18 “The Book and the People”
BOX 18 Boston Public Library, Boston, Mass., 1921
BOX 18 Bowerman, George Franklin, 1936
BOX 18 Clark College, Worcester, Mass., commencement address, 1910, June 18
BOX 18 Clark, Victor Selden, 1946
BOX 18 Columbian University, Department of Arts and Sciences, Washington, D.C., commencement address, 1903, June 3
BOX 18 “A Columbus Codex,” 1903
BOX 18 Conference on card distribution, 1945, Dec. 10
BOX 18 Converse Library building, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass., dedication, 1917, Nov. 8
BOX 18 Copyright speech, 1897
BOX 18 Desiderata, 1913
BOX 18 “Distribution of Printed Catalogue Cards by the National Library,” 1902
BOX 18 Doe Library building, University of California, Berkeley, Calif., dedication, 1912
BOX 18 “Education for Library Work,” 1900
BOX 18 Engel, Carl, tribute, 1945
BOX 18 “The Future of the Library of Congress,” 1939
BOX 18 Gallaudet, Edward Miner, 1917
BOX 18 Galsworthy, John, tribute, 1931
BOX 18 “The Great Libraries of the United States,”1895
BOX 18 Hicks, Frederick Cocks, 1925
BOX 18 “How to Use a Public Library,” 1905
BOX 19 Iowa Library Association, address, 1901, Oct. 10
BOX 19 Jeanne D’Arc, 1921
BOX 19 “Libraries for Everybody,” 1905
BOX 19 “Libraries, Librarians and University Extension,” 1908
BOX 19 “The Library of Congress, ” 1900
BOX 19 Feb.
BOX 19 May
BOX 19 Lippincott Award, 1939
BOX 19 Manuscript offers glimpse of lost dauphin of France,1929
BOX 19 “Manuscript Sources for American History,” 1904
BOX 19 “The Mechanism of Exchange,” 1886
BOX 19 Memorial Tree, 1921
BOX 20 “The National Library,” 1906
BOX 20 “A National Library for the United States,” 1902
BOX 20 “The National Library: Its Work and Functions,” 1901
BOX 20 “The National Library: Some Recent Developments,” 1928
BOX 20 Neutrality, 1914-1917
BOX 20 Newark, N. J., public library, dedication, 1901, Mar. 14
BOX 20 Newcomb, Simon, 1909
BOX 20 “On a Public Library,” 1913
BOX 20 “On an Occasion When America Was Messages,” 1944
BOX 20 “Our Iron, Woolen, and Silk Industries before the Tariff Commission,” 1883
BOX 20 “Our National Library,” 1929
BOX 20 “Our National Library and ‘The Rarities,’” 1912
BOX 20 “Owed to a Bust,” 1939, Apr. 5
BOX 20 Parsons, Arthur Jeffrey, tribute, 1916
BOX 20 Plummer, Mary Wright, tribute
BOX 20 Princeton Library, Princeton, N.J., dinner, 1931, Apr. 14
BOX 20 “The Proposed Term of Copyright: A Comparison”
BOX 20 “The Prospect,” Simmons College, Boston, Mass., commencement address, 1912, June 12
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