Guide to the Gould Family Papers,
1799-[ca. 1869]

Collection Number: 2033

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Cornell University Library

Contact Information:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
2B Carl A. Kroch Library
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
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Compiled by:
J. Parker
Date completed:
May, 2001
EAD encoding:
Peter Martinez, January 2003
Date modified:
Jude Corina, October 2013

© 2003 Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
Gould family papers, 1799-[ca. 1869]
Collection Number:
2033
Creator:
Gould family.
Quantity:
3.4 cubic ft.; 9 v.; 8 o/s flds.; 6 reels microfilm.
Forms of Material:
Diaries, letters, family papers, genealogical charts, photographs.
Repository:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Diaries, 1799-1832, of Stephen Wanton Gould, concerned with meetings of the Society of Friends, the activities of his family members and friends as well as several public events; extracts from the records of monthly meetings, 1676-1707, held by Rhode Island Quakers; letters, 1862-1868, from John Stanton Gould to his daughter Mary (Gould) Baldwin, relating to the Goulds and the related families, Gould's early life, his interests, and other personal matters; journal, 1866-1869, showing Gould's interest in cattle diseases and grasses, prison reform and other humanitarian aims, and containing many references to his public life and his role in the founding of Cornell University; and microfilm copies of a typewritten copy of a diary, 1851-1862, kept by John Stanton Gould's second wife, Hannah Wright Gould (1819-1912); and Gould family genealogical charts and notes compiled by her granddaughter, Dorothy C. Abbott, including data on related families.
Language:
Collection material in English


BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Stephen Wanton Gould (1781-1838) was a clockmaker in Rhode Island. John Stanton Gould (1810-1874), his son, was a New York State legislator, agriculturist, Cornell University trustee and non-resident faculty member.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

Diaries, 1799-1832, of Stephen Wanton Gould, concerned largely with meetings of the Society of Friends in and around Newport, R.I., but also mentioning the activities of his son John Stanton Gould and other family members and friends as well as several public events; extracts from the records of monthly meetings, 1676-1707, held by Rhode Island Quakers, copied and annotated by Gould; letters, 1862-1868, from John Stanton Gould to his daughter Mary (Gould) Baldwin, relating to the history and genealogy of the Goulds and the related Mott, Rodman, Stanton, and Wanton families, Gould's early life, his interest in the antislavery and temperance movements and in scientific agriculture, and other personal matters; journal, 1866-1869, showing Gould's interest in cattle diseases and grasses and in prison reform and other humanitarian aims and containing many references to his public life and his role in the founding of Cornell University; and microfilm copies of a typewritten copy of a diary, 1851-1862, kept by John Stanton Gould's second wife, Hannah Wright Gould (1819-1912), concerned largely with her life in Hudson, Columbia County, N.Y., and with reflections on religion; and Gould family genealogical charts and notes compiled by her granddaughter, Dorothy C. Abbott, including data on the related Atterbury, Bakewell, Gilpin, Gregg, Lawton, Newton, Parker, Rodman, Wanton, and Wright families.
Also, Hannah Wright GOuld diary (1851-1862) and Stephen Gould diary(1807-1809). Also, various and numerous legal documents.
Also, documents collected by a granddaughter of John Stanton and Hannah Wright Gould, these papers include a Radclyffe (Radcliffe) family indenture, and estate settlement documents and other papers (1687-1747) of the Dyer, Slocum, and Gould families of Newport, Rhode Island; a letter from Father Sebastien Rasles (Rale) concerning the Abnaki Indians and the Protestant missionary to the Indians, the Reverend Joseph Baxter; statistics on the population of Rhode Island together with the quantity of arms and ammunition in private hands, prepared by Governor Stephen Hopkins (1756); a letter (December 1764) to an unnamed person from Charles Bowler, collector of His Majesty's revenues in Newport, protesting Governor Hopkins' defense of the rights of the colonies; a compilation of silver prices from 1700 to 1764 "from the Boston Records," and a copy of a report (ca.1777) on the trial of the Rev. William Dodd at Old Bailey, London; a copy of a petition (October 1777) signed by John Townsend and Gideon Wanton and directed to Sir Peter Parker, admiral of the British navy, concerning their confinement on a prison ship in Newport Harbor; other Townsend family papers; an undated letter from Daniel Holloway, a Newport seafarer; also, printed copies of the Articles of the United Fire Club of Newport with signatures added (1783) and the act to incorporate Newport as a city (1784). Also, the journal (1812) of Thomas Wright, Mrs. Stoddard's great-grandfather, kept during his return to England.
Also, extensive correspondence and other papers (1824-1943) of the Goulds, Stoddards, and related families, including religious correspondence of Sarah Sherman (1832); letters to Julia E. Sanford (later Mrs. Goodwin Stoddard, Hannah Gould's mother-in-law) while she was a student at the Brooklyn Heights Seminary; and notes (1902) to Hannah on her engagement to Sanford; many travel letters, including those written (1901) by Hannah when she accompanied her parents, Benoni and Annie Gould Johnson, and her sister Hilda to Switzerland, England, and Scotland, one (ca.1901) from an American art student describing her living quarters, studies, and companions in Paris, and two (1902) from a college friend, Mary B. Lewis, on a tour of Japan and China, giving details of her excursion by mule litter to the Great Wall, others from Hannah and Sanford Stoddard from the British Isles (1911), from Hannah's aunt, Elizabeth Wright Gould Berry, and her cousin Harriet, written chiefly from Florence, Lausanne, and Munich (1913); approximately 100 "round robin" letters (1908-1920) written by former members of the White Lodge at Smith College, telling of their activities following graduation and presenting a cross section of opinions on such issues as woman suffrage and the position of women, the League of Nations, and progressive education and a record of their involvement in Red Cross work and food conservation during World War I and in social betterment groups.
"Round robin" letters include some from Anna Speck Thomson concerning her teaching at the Settlement School in Hindman, Kentucky, and at Oklahoma College for Women, Chickasha. Also, scattered estate settlement papers (1847-1906); correspondence (1919) between Sanford Stoddard and George P. McLean, Senator from Connecticut; bylaws, minutes, and memoranda (1925-1925) of the Bridgeport Committee for Mental Hygiene, the constitution and bylaws of the College Club of Bridgeport; and other typescript and printed items pertaining to Mrs. Stoddard's devotion to child training and welfare, literary studies, and other educational and civic matters; also, one letter (1943) from her cousin, Romyn Berry, concerning family history and current news, genealogical notes, and obituary clippings; and one box of photographs of friends and family members. Also, a series of pen and ink drawings by Hendrik Willem van Loon, in which he caricatures literary and historical figures.

SUBJECTS

Names:
Gould family.
Atterbury family.
Bakewell family.
Baldwin, Mary Gould.
Gilpin family.
Gould, Hannah Wright, 1819-1912.
Gould, John Stanton, 1812-1874.
Gould, Stephen Wanton, 1781-1838.
Gregg family.
Lawton family.
Mott family.
Newton family.
Parker family.
Rodman family.
Stanton family.
Wanton family.
Wright family.
Cornell University--History.
New York (State). Legislature.

Subjects:
Society of Friends.
Quakers--Rhode Island--Newport.
Family--Rhode Island.
Family--New York (State)
Antislavery movements.
Temperance.
Agriculture.
Cattle--Diseases.
Grasses.
Prison reformers.

Places:
Rhode Island--Religious life and customs.
New York (State)--Politics and government.
Hudson (N.Y.)--Social life and customs.
Columbia County (N.Y.)--Social life and customs.

Form and Genre Terms:
Diaries.
Genealogies.


INFORMATION FOR USERS

Restrictions on use:
Microfilm Diary no. 11, 1812-1815 may not be loaned or copied. Contact Quaker Collection, Haverford College, Haverford, Pa.
Cite As:
Gould family papers, #2033. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.

RELATED MATERIALS

Includes collections #2034, #2054, #2556, 2558, #2592.

CONTAINER LIST

Description
Container
Series I. English Documents
Indenture
Mapcase Folder 1
Document 1: John Bradstaugh, 1598
Legal document
Mapcase Folder 1
Document 2: 1598
Indenture, 1630
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 3: between Paull Greenwood of Hundersfield and Zachary Fielden, February 13, 1630
Indenture, 1633
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 4: between Paule Wydoppe of Sangfield and John Greenwood and Richard Thomas, November 16, 1633
Will, 1637
Mapcase Folder 4
Document 5: last will and testament of Richard Horsfall
Court document, 1637
Mapcase Folder 5
Document 6 re will: lands, pastures, appurtenances between John Horsfall and John Waite, Henry Horsfall and Isabell his wife and Robert Greenwood and Mary his wife and Robert Partinson and Elizabeth his wife,
Notice of Marriage, 1666
Mapcase Folder 3
Document 7: William Fielden of Hundersfield and Judeth Greenwood, January 19, 1666
Indenture, 1668
Mapcase Folder 6
Document 8: between Robert Heywood of Heywood and sisters and brothers of John Lafland and Richard Armitage of Leeds and Raphe Lamer of Hundersfield, November 10, 1668
Indenture, 1668
Mapcase Folder 4
Document 9: between Robert Hoywood and Richard Armitage, November 10, 1668
Indenture, 1690
Mapcase Folder 5
Document 10: between Elizabeth Radcliffe of Great Moarley and Ambrose Greenwood of Hollingworth
Indenture, 1691
Mapcase Folder 4
Document 11: between Ralph Hill of Hollisworth and Ambrose Greenwood of Hollisworth, June 18, 1691
Deed or Indenture, 1698
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 12: between Ambrose Greenwood of Walsden and Benjamin Stock of Hundersfield
Indenture, 1698
Mapcase Folder 6
Document 13: between Benjamin Stock of Hundersfield and Ambrose Greenwood of Walsden, March 14, 1698
Indenture, 1699
Mapcase Folder 4
Document 14: between Philipp Storke of Tathdale and Ambrose Greenwood of Hundersfield, May 9, 1699
Document, 1699
Mapcase Folder 4
Document 15: re debt paid: between Benjamin Stock and Ambrose Greenwood of Hollingworth within Wallsden, May 11, 1699
Will, 1716
Mapcase Folder 7
Document 16: Ambrose Greenwood of Hollingworth, June 20, 1716
Legal Document, n.d.
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 17: statement of payment of debts: Ambrose Greenwood of Walsden signed by Robert Sutcliffe
Legal Document, 1726
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 18: statement of payment of debts: Ambrose Greenwood of Walsden signed by Thomas Fielden
Will, 1749
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 19: Nathan Kirshaw, November 13, 1749
Indenture, 1744
Mapcase Folder 5
Document 20: between John Greenwood of Sangfield and William Greenwood of Sangfield and Ambrose Greenwood of Sangfield re discharge of sum of five shillings
Accounting, 1782
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 21: James Jackson accounting statement to Ambrose Greenwood, January 3, 1782
Opinion, 1785
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 22: Robert Parker re Wm. Greenwood's will, Ap. 22 '85
Indenture in Three Parts, 1788-1789
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 23: between Ambrose and John Greenwood of Sangfield andThomas Butterworth of Ssenshaw within Walsoon and John Hoff of Brick Oven within Stansfield, August 26, 1788; concerning loans and rents, final date, February 19, 17989
Indenture, 1792
Mapcase Folder 7
Document 24: between John Greenwood of Sangfield, Ambrose Greenwood of Sangfield and Thomas Firth of Stones, June 17, 1791
Indenture, 1793
Mapcase Folder 7
Document 25: between John Greenwood of Sangfield and Elihu Dickinson of Sighflatts, July 30, 1793
Agreement, 1810
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 26: between Joseph Wright of Sheffield and Benjamin Wilson of Manchester, John Bramley of Halifax, and James Hoyle of Hollins Mill, for sum of 1664 pounds
Agreement, 1823
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 27: between William Wright of Sheffield and Samuel Greenwood of Stores, January 29, 1823
Case, 1834
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 28: William Greenwood estate re Ambrose Greenwood and trustees, March 29, 1834
Further Case, 1834
Mapcase Folder 2
Document 29: "The copy case herewith sent was prepared by the Solrs of the vendor for Mr. Cootes's opinion." re estate of Wm. Greenwood and disposition to Ambrose Greenwood, August 27, 1834
Legal document, *
Mapcase Folder 8
Document 30: [Hollingworth]
Indenture, *
Mapcase Folder 8
Document 31: [Hollingworth]
Indenture, *
Mapcase Folder 8
Document 32: [Hollingworth]
Legal document, *
Mapcase Folder 8
Document 33: [Hollingworth]
Lease, 1752
Mapcase Folder 9
Document 34: John Van Rensselaer to Thomas Van Alstyne, Albany County, September 16, 1752
Deed, 1782
Mapcase Folder 9
Document 35: Phineas Gilbert and wife to James Gould, Newport, Rhode Island. Recorded June 16, 1783
Document, 184?
Mapcase Folder 10
Document 36: Philip Schuyler, Albany - William Van Alstyne, Hudson, Signed January 17, 1792 and recorded at Hudson, New York, 184? (on vellum)
Indenture, 1829
Mapcase Folder 9
Document 37: (counterpart of lease), Benjamin Marshall of Hudson to Roderick R. Hunt, Hudson, Columbia County, New York. August 3, 1829
Indenture, 1834
Mapcase Folder 9
Document 38: Jeremiah Van Rensselaer et al to Joseph Marshall of Stockport, Columbia County, New York, November 24, 1834
Certificate, 1869
Mapcase Folder 9
Document 39: April 5, 1869, suspends James De Long and appoints William A. Gould as Consul of the United States of America at Aux Cayes, Haiti, recorded October 22, 1869
Certificate, 1870
Mapcase Folder 9
Document 40: recognition of appointment by government of Haiti, April 5, 1870
Chart, post 1888
Mapcase Folder 9
Document 41: genealogical chart
Indenture, 1598
Mapcase Folder 11
Document 42: Charles Radclyff of London, County of Lancaster, and Henry Radclyff, heirs and assigns and Richard sale of house and land called Hollingsworth . . ., 1554
Land transaction, 1687
Mapcase Folder 11
Document 43: Samuel Dyre of Boston ? sum of two hundred pounds "New England money" for delivery ? Charles Dyre of Rhode Island, a certain parcel of land in Newport, signed by S. D., 10/5/1687 and Ann Vernon, mother of S. D., 10/28/1687
Series II. Correspondence
Letter from Sebastien Râle, 8/17/1718
Box 1 Folder Env. 1
August 17, 1718, Narantsonak [Norridgewock], Maine (in French); also on microfilm, see Series 7
Benjamin Franklin Letter, 7/22/1756
Box 1 Folder 1
Letter to the editors of the Massachusetts Magazine containing a copy of the letter, July 22, 1756, from Benjamin Franklin to a Miss Hubbard re death of his brother John
Thomas Wright Correspondence, 1812-1846
Box 1 Folder 2
Letters to and from Thomas Wright: from cousin Bakewell, 1812; letters to wife Sarah and children (including Hannah) while abroad, 1834; from cousin Bakewell, 1846
Stephen Wanton Gould Letters, 1814-1830
Box 1 Folder 3
Letters from Stephen Wanton Gould: to Aunt, 1814; letter of introduction to Samuel Marriot of Hudson, New York for John Stanton Gould, 1827; to Aunt Anna,1830
John Stanton Gould Correspondence, 1830-1870
Box 1 Folder 4
Includes: Stephen Gould letter to his Aunt Anna, 1831; "NYS Institution for the Blind" letter, 2/6/1868, where J. S. Gould resigns as Member of the Board; Library of Congress - Copyright Office
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1832-1896
Box 1 Folder 5
To Sarah Sherman, 1832 (2 letters); to Hansie (Annie Gould), 4 April 1877; postcard to Mrs. B. S. Johnson, Jan. 6, 1882; to Emily, Oct. 3, 1896
Letters to Hannah Wright Gould, 1834-1881
Box 1 Folder 6
From her father, Thomas Wright, 1834; husband, J. S. Gould, including from Niagara Falls, Cornell University 1851-1874
Letters to John Stanton Gould, 1842-1872
Box 1 Folder 7
From his mother Hannah Rodman Gould, 1842, 1843, 1844; including letter to him when Mary Ashby Gould (1st wife) died, 11/22/1843; W. S. Leavitt Report re Cornell; letter from J. W. Hague to J. S. Gould, 1872
Letters to Hannah Wright Gould, 1863-c.1881
Box 1 Folder 8
Small notebook: "A Journal of childhood of son Romeyn and daughter Harriet, July 1882-October 1884?; from female friends and relatives: one letter to Mother from Rebekah, 1870; one from T.(?) Leavitt, 1874; tintype of unidentified couple in envelope attached to handmade booklet of poetry copied by Mary E. Mack, cover reads "Elizabeth W. Berry from her loving Mary E. Mack?; letters to and from Elizabeth Wright Gould
Elizabeth Wright Gould Correspondence, 1868-1918
Box 1 Folder 9
To and from Elizabeth Wanton Berry (Lizzie), Olive, Children
Letters from John Stanton Gould, 1871-1872
Box 1 Folder 10
To children from Ithaca, one mentions President White giving his wife a pin valued at $700
Letters to Hannah Wright Gould, 1874
Box 1 Folder 11
Condolences on the death of J. S. G. and resolutions of Cornell Board of Trustees - 2 letters from A. D. White
"Barbara Frietchie" Items and John Greenleaf Whittier Letters, 1872-1886
Box 1 Folder 12
2 "Barbara Frietchie" items: 1 official record from pastor of E. V. R. Church, Frederick, MD.; one newspaper clipping, 1869; 2 John Greenleaf Whittier letters, 1886
Hannah W. Gould Correspondence, 1856-1872
Box 1 Folder 13
One letter from John on Cornell stationery
Letters to Dr. J. Romeyn Berry and His Family, 1869-1891
Box 1 Folder 14
Condolences on the death of his first wife, numerous church resolutions concerning Rev. Berry throughout his career, letters of condolence to his family after his death in 1891, formal church resolutions regarding his death and giving tribute to his long service to the Reformed Church
Julia E. Sanford Correspondence, 1873-1889
Box 1 Folder 15
Correspondence from prior to 1875 to 1889
W. Bogardus Berry and Son, Romeyn Berry Correspondence, 1883-1889
Box 1 Folder 16
Letters to or from W. Bogardus Berry and son, Romeyn Berry
Genealogy, No date
Box 2 Folder 1
Miscellaneous file of genealogical materials, H. G. J. Stoddard
Bound Volumes of Letters, 1862-1868
Box 2
2 volumes entitled: "Letters on the History of the Gould Family to Mary W. G. Baldwin (J. S. G.'s second daughter by Mary Ashby) by John Stanton Gould"; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Bound Volumes of Letters, 1862-1868
Box 3
2 volumes entitled: "Letters on the History of the Gould Family to Mary W. G. Baldwin (J. S. G.'s second daughter by Mary Ashby) by John Stanton Gould"; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Hannah Johnson Stoddard Correspondence, 1900-1942
Box 4 Folder 1
Miscellaneous letters 1900-1942
Hannah Johnson Stoddard Correspondence, 1901
Box 4 Folder 2
European Tour, June 1-September 10, 1901
Hannah Johnson Stoddard Correspondence, 1902
Box 4 Folder 3
Letters addressed to "Hans" (Hannah Johnson) regarding her engagement to Sanford Stoddard, January 18-May 31, 1902
Hannah Johnson Stoddard Correspondence, 1911-1912
Box 4 Folder 4
Trip to England and Scotland, September 12, 1911-January 2, 1912
Mrs. Elizabeth Berry and Daughter Harriet Correspondence, 1913
Box 4 Folder 5
Trip to Europe, May 27-September 25, 1913 and n.d.
Harriet G. J. Stoddard Letters, 1913-1920
Box 4 Folder 6
From Mr. and Mrs. Benoni Johnson (parents of H. G. J. S.) from trips to Europe, Florida, and California, December 12, 1913-December 26, 1920
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1919
Box 4 Folder 7
Sanford Stoddard correspondence re League of Nations, 1919
Hannah Gould Johnson Letter, [1908]
Box 4 Folder 8
Hannah Gould Johnson getting into Alpha Sorority
Hannah Johnson Stoddard Correspondence, 1908-1910
Box 4 Folder 9
White Lodge round robin letters, February 18, 1908-June 18, 1910
Hannah Johnson Stoddard Correspondence, 1910-1912
Box 4 Folder 10
White Lodge round robin letters, July 18, 1910-August 14, 1912
Hannah Johnson Stoddard Correspondence, 1912-1915
Box 4 Folder 11
White Lodge round robin letters, August 16, 1912-September 8, 1915
Hannah Johnson Stoddard Correspondence, 1916-1920
Box 4 Folder 12
White Lodge round robin letters, September 11, 1916-September 16, 1920
Postcards, n.d.
Box 4 Folder 13
Hopi Indians, some filled out, but never mailed, Annie Gould Johnson
Postcards, n.d.
Box 4 Folder 14
Mt. Vernon souvenir package; Smith College - Greene Hall; golf course, St. Andrew's, N.B.; Rome
Series III. Diaries
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1799-1803
Box 5 Folder 1
November 1799-October 16, 1803; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1803-1804
Box 5 Folder 2
October 17, 1803-May 4, 1804; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1804
Box 5 Folder 3
May 5, 1804-October 18, 1804; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1804-1805
Box 5 Folder 4
October 23, 1804-May 31, 1805; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1805
Box 5 Folder 5
June 1, 1805-December 31, 1805; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1806
Box 6 Folder 6
January 1, 1806-May 1, 1806; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1806
Box 6 Folder 7
May 3, 1806-December 30, 1806; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1807
Box 6 Folder 8
January 1, 1807-July 23, 1807; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1807-1809
Box 6 Folder 9
July 24, 1807-April 30, 1809; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1809-1812
Box 7 Folder 10
May 1, 1809-June 30, 1812; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1812-1815
Box 7 Folder 11
July 1, 1812-August 20, 1815; only on microfilm, (original not held by this library) see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1815-1823
Box 7 Folder 12
August 24, 1815-September 25, 1823; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1823-1829
Box 8 Folder 13
October 2, 1823-March 6, 1829; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1829-1832
Box 8 Folder 14
April 1, 1829-December 31, 1832; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1833-1836
Box 9 Folder 15
January 1, 1833-August 28, 1836; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Stephen Wanton Gould Diary, 1836-1838
Box 9 Folder 16
September 1, 1836-September 20, 1838; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Series IV. Other Writings: journals, volumes, lecture notes, sermons
Records, 1676-1707
Box 10
Quaker meeting records from Rhode Island, copied by Stephen W. Gould from old meeting records
Journal, 1812
Box 10
"A brief diary of where I was on every day. In my visit to England, in 1812"; Thomas Wright's return to England the year after he emigrated
Journal, 1823
Box 10
"Almanack for 1823"
Journal, 1824
Box 10
Diary of John S. Gould, October 26, 1824-3 Mo. 1827, includes 12/1755 account of people in Colony of R.I. - whites and blacks together
Journal, 1847-1850
Box 10
Journal of Residence at Albany; also on microfilm, see Series 7
Journal, 1866-1869
Box 10
John Stanton Gould Journal, 11/1/1866-12/19/1869
Travel Journal, 1931
Box 10
Miss Avery, November 4, 1931
Volume, 1922
Box 10
Small account notebook (A. A. U. W.?)
Volume, 1924
Box 10
A. A. U. W., New Haven, February 16, 1924
Volume, 1821
Box 11
John Stanton Gould, "Began to cipher," April 3, 1821
Volume, 1840
Box 11
Excerpts, July 20, 1840
Volume, 1850
Box 11
Bible, Hannah Wright, August 1850
Volume, 1874
Box 11
H. W. Gould, small notebook with metallic clasp
Volume, 1890
Box 11
Our Birthdays, Hannah G. Johnson, December 16th, 1890
Volume, 1915
Box 11
Hannah J. Stoddard, Xmas, 1915; quotes
Volume, 1928
Box 11
Avery, '28-'30; lecture notes
Volume, 1935
Box 11
Ancestral Tablets, book of genealogical chart forms
Volume, n.d.
Box 11
Excerpts, "Most Protestant sects are built on Papal foundation
Volume, n.d.
Box 11
"Recipe to prevent infection from the typhus fever"
Lecture notes, post 1848
Box 12 Folder 1
John Stanton Gould geography lectures: 1 "The effects of land and water," 2-4 physical geography, 5-9 climatology, 10 vegetation and demography
Sermons, 1825, 1854
Box 12 Folder 2
Rev. William R. Bogardus (father-in-law of J. Romeyn Berry), 1825, April and November 1854
Sermon, 1848
Box 12
"They are not of the world even as I am not of the world," first sermon written by J. R. B. (J. Romeyn Berry), Chapel Jany.13, 1841; 2 D. Lech. R. N.B - Dec - 1849; Bergen St., Feb. 1850; Pres. L. R. N. B - Mar. 14, 1850; Jersey City, Mar 24, 1860; Milltown, June 1850; Pollifly Sch. House, Aug. 1850; Bergen Sch. House, Oct. 1850; Bedminster, June 23, 1850; Pleimant, Oct. 27, 1850; Syracuse, Oct. 3, 1852; Syracuse Lect, Oct. 11, 1854
Sermon, 1861
Box 12
"Christian Patriotism," Reformed Dutch Church of Kinderhook, June 23rd, 1861 (printed)
Sermon, 1862
Box 12
"The Call of Peter," Coxsackie Nov. 30, 1862; K. Jan 25, 1863; J. C. Nov. 6, 1864; M. Feb. 26, 1871; M. Feb. 1, 1880 (1 & 2 pts); M. Feb. 8, 1880 (3 & 4 pts)
Sermon, 1862
Box 12
"Recognition of Saints in Heaven," Kinderhook, 1862
Sermon, 1864
Box 12
"God's Voice of Encouragement to the Nation," Jersey City, August 4th, 1864 (printed)
Sermon, 1870
Box 12
"The joy of Angels over a sinner's repentance," M. Aug. 14, 1870; M. Aug. 3, 1873; M. Dec. 16, 1877; Cliffside Sep. 21, 1879; M. Dec. 10, 1882; R. Apr. 8, 1888
Sermon, 1870
Box 12
"Paul before Festus," M. Oct. 10, 1870; M. Apr. 1876; M. July 13, 1884
Sermon, 1870
Box 12
"He came unto His own & His own rec'd Him not," M. Christmas 1870, 1878
Sermon, 1871
Box 12
"Total Abstinance," M. Oct. 29, 1871; M. July 18, 1875; R. June 2, 1889
Sermon, 1871
Box 12
"The great Supper," M. Nov. 1871; Central P. C. Newark - 1872; M. Extemp - Mar. 29, 1874; R. Apr. 20, 1880
Sermon, 1871
Box 12
"Sermon to the Young," M. Dec. 10, 1871; M. Oct. 1885
Sermon, 1872
Box 12
"The Nativity," M. December 22, 1872
Sermon, 1873
Box 12
"The one thing needful," M. Sept. 28, 1873; M. Jan. 27, 1878
Sermon, 1876
Box 12
"The abundance of pardon," M. Feby 6, 1876; M. Aug. 6, 1882; R. Mar. 16, 1890
Sermon, 1876
Box 12
"Parable of the two sons," M. Mar. 1876; R. Extemp - May 31, 1891
Sermon, 1876
Box 12
Easter sermon, M. April 16, 1876; R. Apr. 20, 1889
Sermon, 1876
Box 12
"A sermon to young men," M. Nov. 12, 1876; M. Dec. 9, 1883
Sermon, 1877
Box 12
"Memory," M. Jan. 28, 1877; M. Mar. 24, 1878; R. Sept. 1, 1889
Sermon, 1877
Box 12
"The good fight of faith," M. Nov. 11, 1877; Calowill Nov. 18, 1877; M. Oct. 26, 1884
Sermon, 1878
Box 12
"As thy days, so shall they strength be," M. March 1878; Newark Chist Av. R. C. Nov. 3, 1878 ["Except under very special circumstances, I do not want this manuscript put into the hands of any but my own kin. W. B. Berry]
Sermon, 1878
Box 12
"Total abstinance in its relations to the home," M. May 12, 1878
Sermon, 1878
Box 12
"The great supper," M. Oct. 13, 1878
Sermon, 1878
Box 12
"Sober mindedness - a sermon to young men," M. Nov. 10, 1878
Sermon, 1879
Box 12
"The typical young professor," M. Jan. 26, 1879
Sermon, 1879
Box 12
The nature and reward of fidelity," M. Feb. 23, 1879; Orange Central C. Apr. 20, 1879; Newark North Ch. June 29, 1879; M. Aug. 24, 1884 (first part only); M. Aug. 31, 1884 (second part); R. Nov. 18, 1888
Sermon, 1879
Box 12
"Yet there is room," M. Mar 2, 1879; M. Mar. 22, 1885
Sermon, 1880
Box 12
"God with his people - a New Year sermon," M. Jan. 4, 1880
Sermon, 1881
Box 12
"The Word of Life so Near," 2 printed copies, Montclair, N. J., July 10th, 1881
Sermon, 1881
Box 12
"Silence amid Mystery," one mss. copy, one printed copy, Montclair, N. J., Sept. 25, 1881
Sermon, 1881
Box 12
"If the dead rise not, let us eat and drink for tomorrow . . .," M. Nov. 6, 1881,S. Park Ch., Newark Mar. 20, 1884
Sermon, 1881
Box 12
"The Word of Life so Near," Montclair, N. J., July 10, 1881
Sermon, 1882
Box 12
"The Believer's Christ-Life," M. Jan. 1, 1882; M. Jan. 24, 1882, Cong. Ch. Extemp
Sermon, 1882
Box 12
"The Coming of X. the great Expectation of the world," M. Dec. 24, 1882; R. Dec. 23, 1888
Sermon, 1883
Box 12
"The Past," M. Dec. 30, 1883; R. Dec. 29, 1889
Sermon, 1884
Box 12
"All things are lawful . . .," M. Mar. 16, 1884
Sermon, 1884
Box 12
"The importance of Christ's Resurrection," M. Easter, April 13, 1884
Sermon, 1884
Box 12
"Weakness & strength with particular reference to the matter of total abstinence," M. April 20, 1884
Sermon, 1884
Box 12
"The results of Paul's ministry in Athens," M. May 18, 1884; Hudson P.C. Aug. 14, 1887; R. Dec. 21, 1890
Sermon, 1884
Box 12
"Love of God & Love to God," Montclair Dec. 28, 1884
Sermon, 1885
Box 13
"If any man be in X. L. he is a new creature . . .," M. Jan. 4, 1885
Sermon, 1885
Box 13
"Therefore we ought to give the more earnest heed to the . . .," M. Jan. 18, 1885
Sermon, 1885
Box 13
"The beloved disciple's vision of his Lord," M. Apr. 5, 1885
Sermon, 1886
Box 13
"Lost Opportunities," M. Mar. 28, 1886
Sermon, 1886
Box 13
"The Evidence of X's Resurrection," M. Apr. 25, 1886
Sermon, 1886
Box 13
"Jesus and the Sorrow in Bethany," M. July 18,1886
Sermon, 1886
Box 13
"The Personality and Rule of X's Discipleship," M. Aug. 15, 1886
Sermon, 1886
Box 13
"Simeon with Jesus in his arms The Attitude and Outlook of Faith A Sermon for the aged," M. Dec. 26, 1886
Sermon, 1887
Box 13
"Christ inviting the Lord's request," M. Jan. 2, 1887
Sermon, 1887
Box 13
"The scope of mercy," M. Jan. 10, 1887
Sermon, 1887
Box 13
"The Resurrection of the body pledged & typified in X's resurrection," M. April 10, 1887
Sermon, 1888
Box 13
"Now is our salvation nearer than when we believe of . . .," R. Jan. 1, 1888
Sermon, 1888
Box 13
"The Unfinished Tower & its Foolish Builder," R. Feb. 12, 1888
Sermon, 1888
Box 13
"Christ's Eternal Throne in its relations to His Church," Montclair, May 10, 1888
Sermon, 1890
Box 13
"Charge to Congregation," Po'keepsie, Nov. 10, 1890
Sermon, 1890
Box 13
"The visit of the Wise Men to Bethlehem," R. Dec. 28, 1890
Sermon, 1891
Box 13
"All sufficient Grace," R. Jan. 4, 1891
Sermon
Box 13
"The Power of God in X's Resurrection - the Measure of His power towards us," M. Mar. 25, (no year)
Reprint of Article, 1890
Box 13
"Church Discipline," from The Presbyterian and Reformed Review, April 1890
Reprint of Article
Box 13
"The Vows of Scripture," July 1867
Volume, 1885
Box 13
The Gospel according to St. Luke
Religious certifications of Rev. William Bogardus and of Rev. J. Romeyn Berry.
Box 13 Folder 1
Certificate making J. Romeyn Berry a pastor was signed by Romeyn Berry [what relation is he to J. Romeyn Berry?]
Newspaper Clippings of the Rev. J. Romeyn Berry, b. 1827, d. 6/5/1891
Box 13 Folder 2
Rev. Berry, was pastor of a number of churches, (Dr. William Bogardus Berry's father, spouse of Elizabeth Wright Gould), clippings include J. Romeyn Berry's obituary; J. Romeyn Berry's first wife [name?] was the daughter of a minister named Rev. William Bogardus (b. 1789 d. 1862). She died as a result of an accident 8/1/1869. J. Romeyn Berry's second wife was Harriet V. Berry, mother of Charlotte Berry
Rev. J. Romeyn Berry, Miscellany
Box 13 Folder 3
Misc. mss. writings -- Poems, scriptures, prose, etc.
Two Volumes, 1816, 1828
Box 14 Folder 1
"Receipts - Stephen Gould 5 mo. 1816," book of medicinal remedies and recipes, assorted household hints; "Stephen Gould's Book 4 mo. 15th 1828, begins with medicinal remedy for worms in children
Writings, 1890-1892
Box 14 Folder 2
Sanford Stoddard's grammar compositions, 1890-1891
Printed Materials, 1874-1927
Box 14 Folder 3
Bookplates; poetry; graduation program; materials from Connecticut Research Association, Bureau of Mental Health; list of subscribers to The United War Fund; The Town of Stockport, Items Collected For The Daughters of Columbia County Historical Society; Mental Hygiene News, "School of Politics, Conducted by the Greenwich Progressive Club"; Elizabeth A. Drew lectures brochure; brochures re Conference on Modern Parenthood and Child Study Groups, Child Study Association of America, Inc.
Printed Materials, 1924-1925
Box 14 Folder 4
Materials re Bridgeport Society for Mental Hygiene, 1924-1925
Miscellaneous Materials, 1888-1911
Box 14 Folder 5
Statement re Johnson Bevoni coal yard, Oct. 1888; inventory - S. S. library, 1911; "The Child in Relation to the State,"November 1916; household inventory, June 2nd, 1904; list of names and household items; menu; extract from S. S. Record of Canaan, N.Y., Apr. 13, 18??; card from Mrs. Goodwin Stoddard; card from Cockcroft Silk Co., Inc.; College Club of Bridgeport, constitution; card from "Allan" line and "State" line of steamers, July 13, 1899; report from scholarship committee; genealogical chart; card from Fairfield Garden Club; "How Her Kindergarten Training Helped One Mother"
Clippings, 1914-1938
Box 14 Folder 6
Miscellaneous clippings
Miscellany, 1804, n.d.
Box 14 Folder 7
Confederate notes (4); fractional currency (10 cents), 1864; label from coffee or tea container; silhouettes: Grandfather Wright, Stephen Gould, Isaac Austin, 1804;
Sketches
Box 14 Folder 8
26 original sketches by Hendrik Willem van Loon, #1-4, 6-27
Writings, 1940-1943
Box 14 Folder 9
Romeyn Berry newspaper columns
Genealogy, 1777-1826
Box 14 Folder 10
Notice of death of child, 1777; Gould Family genealogical chart, 1794, small book of names of "Newport children (Thomas Thompson's)," 1826
Genealogy, 1840
Box 14 Folder 11
Book, compiled by Nathan Hammett Gould for his aunt Hannah Rodman Gould, wife of Stephen W. Gould; Nathan was the 4th child of Isaac Gould (2nd child of James and Hannah Wanton Gould); Stephen and Isaac were brothers; Hannah Rodman Gould "dropped the R. and added Jr. to her name"
Family Reunion, 1859
Box 14 Folder 12
Typescript and photocopies of a pamphlet "Reunion of the Sons & Daughters of Newport, R. I., Aug. 23, 1859
Series V. Legal Documents
Manuscript and Printed Items, 1709-1792
Box 15 Folder 1
Will of Charles Dyre, May 9, 1709; Inventory of Daniel Gould estate, April 6, 1716; Account of the people of Rhode Island, "Whites & Blacks & Arms & Ammunition, 1756; Account of the price of silver, 1700-1764; Letter from Charles Browler expressing alarm that a recent Governor's pamphlet encouraged people of New England to rebellion & disloyalty and to "Stir up Sedition in the Colonies," Dec. 15, 1764; "The trial of Dr. William Dodd," an account of his being sentenced to death; Articles of the United Fire Club, Feb. 6, 1783; Supplement to the Newport Mercury, May 29, 1784, Incorporation Act of the City of Newport; Declaration that John Townsend was appointed to Justice of the Peace, May 7, 1792; "Spirit of the Martyrs," book about religious persecution
Legal Documents, 1811-1824
Box 15 Folder 2
Last will and testament of Stephen Gould (seals and ribbon are in place), probated Dec. 3, 1838; Asa Brooks estate papers, 1816, 1818
Legal Documents (continued), 1811-1824
Box 15 Folder 2
Martha Stanton's revocation of snuff - witnessed by John Stanton Gould, mentions that she is the wife of John Stanton and dau. of Stephen and Mary Wanton, Feb. 4, 1824
Legal Documents, 1854-1879
Box 15 Folder 3
Power of attorney from J. S. G. to H. W. G re stock in New York Central Rail Road, American Exchange Bank of City of New York, Rail Road bonds of Hudson River Rail Road, Farmers Bank of Hudson, Feb. 4, 1858; Power of attorney from John Stanton Gould to Hannah W. Gould re stock in Hudson Rail Road and Farmers Bank of Hudson, June 3, 1854; Note to cashier of Commercial Bank of Troy to pay dividend on her stock to John S. Gould, April 26, 1859; John S. Gould deeds the household goods to his wife, Dec. 4, 1864; Statement of personal property of the estate of John Stanton Gould, Nov. 1, 1874 and statement of personal property of Hannah W. Gould, Nov. 1, 1874, another statement dated April 1, 1879
Legal Documents, Hannah Wright Gould, 1886-1913
Box 15 Folder 4
Account records of Hannah W. Gould with William Wright, her brother, for years 1851, 1852, 1853, 1857, 1858, 1860, 1861; Deed of burying ground lot for Hannah W. Gould, May 23, 1908; Handwritten codicil to Hannah W. Gould's will plus 4 half sheets of Benoni Johnson letterhead containing "Instructions as to Probate of Hannah Wright Gould's Will" and one half sheet of plain paper containing a form for an affadavit; Copy of Hannah W. Gould's will with an attached halfsheet from the "Clerk to the Surrogate's Court," Sept. 13, 1912 - declaring it to be a true copy
Legal Documents, Hannah Wright Gould (continued), 1886-1913
Box 15 Folder 4
Copy of last will and testament of Hannah W. Gould, Nov. 30, 1886, with sheet attached signed by the Surrogate - a Letters Testamentary declaring Benoni S. Johnson executor of H. W. G.'s will, July 8, 1912; Inventory of the estate, Nov. 4, 1912; receipt from Hannah Gould Johnson Stoddard, Nov. 20, 1912; Receipt from Elizabeth W. Berry, April 22, 1913; Receipt from Rebekah W. Smith, April 22, 1913; Sheet of letterhead of Romeyn Berry, Feb. 1, 1913, receipt of payment for professional services - signed Romeyn Berry; Form dealing with publishing of Notice to Creditors on H. W. Gould's will, clipping posed to form is dated Oct. 18, 1912; Letter from Hannah W. Gould, June 24, 1903, to Benoni S. Johnson concerning her will
Legal Documents, John Stanton Gould, 1854-1915
Box 15 Folder 5
Deed for farm sold to J. A. Van Valkenburgh by John Stanton Gould; Bond, Jeremiah Bundell to John Stanton Gould Special Guardian (Guardian of Lord Ashby Gould, Mary Wanton Gould and William Ashby Gould, infants), October 22, 1855; Gilbert Everson to John Stanton Gould (Mr. Everson had some land in New York City and turned over negotiations with the city to J. S. G.), Jan. 7, 1861; Statement of contents of box at Farmers National Bank belonging to the estate of John S. Gould, 1905; Inventory of the Estate of John S. Gould, July 1, 1907; Certificate of indebtedness Hudson City Cemetery re upkeep of cemetery plot, signed by Louis H. Payne, Michael Baier, and Henry M. James, May 29, 1914
Legal Documents, John Stanton Gould, Marshall Estate Papers, 1848-1969
Box 15 Folder 6
Papers relating to John Stanton Gould's work as Administrator of the estate of Joseph Marshall (John Stanton Gould was nephew by marriage to Benjamin Marshall - Joseph's brother. John had worked as a chemist in the Marshall brothers' calico printworks - information taken from "The Town of Stockport Items Collected for the Daughters of Columbia County Historical Society"); Receipts for burial expenses, Sept 23 1848, Nov 22, 1851; Thomas Marshall (nephew to Joseph) formerly of Stockport but at that time living in Almondbury, York, England relinquishes claim in payment of one dollar to him, Jan. 14, 1849; Katherine Gough to J. S. Gould - release Feb. 27, 1849 (June 1, 1853, Van Alen & Co. received $100, 10% of the claim allowed to Catherine Gough); Series of receipts for money received from the estate of J. Marshall on account on a note - paid to John Kearsley and later to his widow Ann Kearsley, March 6, 1849-Oct. 17, 1869; Series of receipts on account on a note paid to Ann Pilling per Mary Pilling (and other members of the Pilling family), March 26, 1849-Nov. 1, 1860; Samuel Marshall received one dollar for claim against the estate, July 12, 1849; Samuel Marshall built a vault, July 12, 1849; Samuel Marshall receipted bill for bricks, etc., July 12, 1849; A number of receipted bills for the estate - many had been settled for 10% - dated from Feb 29, 1848-Jan 4, 1861; Items dealing with auctions of goods and expenses attendant upon the auction (printer's bill, auctioneer, etc.)
Legal Documents, John Stanton Gould, Marshall Estate Papers (continued, 1848-1969
Box 15 Folder 6
Bills, receipts, etc. relating to legal services connected with appraising the estate, probating the will, etc., Sept 23, 1848-July 19, 1860; A. A. Van Alen & Co. litigation against the estate; Three sheets dealing with rents due on land to John Van Der Car by Joseph Marshall, June 23, 1860
Legal Documents, John Stanton Gould, Guardianship and Trustee Papers, 1855-1871
Box 15 Folder 7
John Gifford received of John S. Gould $4,310 ". . . .being the full amount due me as my guardian"; Bills from Saul and Esselstyn (lawyers?); Documents dealing with business between Elizabeth Robinson and Frederick Farraud in regards to some property, Oct 1, 1862; (Foreclosure) Supreme Court - J. S. Gould Trustee for Elizabeth Robinson, wife of George Robinson against George Robinson et al, Aug. 25, 1863; Papers relating to guardianship of Mary E. Van Steenburgh: letter of guardianship, December 1867; record of income (1 sheet), 1868-1871; receipts for yearly amounts paid to Eliza Paul for the maintenance, support and education of Miss Van Steenburgh, 1868-1870
Legal Documents, John Stanton Gould, Coventry and Reynold Papers, 1836-1867
Box 15 Folder 8
Rental agreement between John Stanton Gould and George Coventry, Feb. 20, 1836; 1 inventory and appraisement of goods to remain in the possession of Catherine Coventry, widow of the testator; April 1852 copy of the will in Surrogate Court, will made Feb. 14, 1842, Codicil, Feb. 17, 1852, will proved April 28, 1852
Legal Documents, John Stanton Gould, Coventry and Reynold Papers (continued), 1836-1867
Box 15 Folder 8
Receipt by H. W. Reynolds for bond No, 26550 dated March 1864, $1000 deposited with John Stanton Gould, June 6, 1867; Will of Henry W. Reynolds, Sept. 24, 2867; Certificate from Surrogate Court proving will, Sept. 26, 1867
Legal Documents, Miscellaneous, 1847-1906
Box 15 Folder 9
Warranty deed, Henry Brown and wife to Robert G. Frary (land deal), Jan. 29, 1847; Promissory note: Solomon B. Veil promises to pay Theophilus Pegler $150 plus interest, back of slip receipted, May 15, 1848; Francis Silvester, report new deed for $94,744.35, Mar. 17, 1851; Bill to G. D. Smith for mahogany coffin, Nov. 22, 1851; Demand note (for Jn. 1858) by Azubah and Cornelius Van Valkenburgh to Barent Van Alstyne, Apr. 11, 1857; Second note for June 1, 1867; Recorded Nov. 21, 1865, executors deed - Henry I. Whiting and Ira S. Johnson, executors of Robert G. Frary, Apr. 17, 1865; "Contents of box at Farmer's National Bank Belonging to Sarah A. Gould," 1905; Copy of will of Elizabeth Wright, Jan. 15, 1875; Codicil, Dec. 4, 1879; Assignment of mortgage, Orrin H. Walker to F. Finch witnessed by H. S. Johnson, Apr. 20, 1908
Series VI. Photographs
Photograph
Box 16 Folder 1
Mr. Gould
Stereopticon Slide
Box 16 Folder 1
John Stanton Gould's Birthplace, Newport
Photographs
Box 16 Folder 3
Goodwin Stoddard, 2 portraits
Photographs
Box 16 Folder 4
Hannah G. Johnson (infant); Annie W. G. Johnson (mother), in leather case
Photographic Image
Box 16 Folder 5
Group of people at Niagara Falls, in black leather case
Photograph
Box 16 Folder 6
Henry Sisson
Photograph
Box 16 Folder 7
G. [Clason?]
Photograph
Box 16 Folder 8
Capt. H. L. Parker
Photograph
Box 16 Folder 9
Gertrude (Peggy?) DuBois Campbell (friend of Hannah G. Johnson Stoddard from Hudson, N.Y.)
Photograph
Box 16 Folder 10
Sanford Stoddard
Photograph, 1880
Box 16 Folder 11
"Babety" Stoddard, 9/15/1880, probably Sanford Stoddard ( b.1880)
Photographs
Box 16 Folder 12
Julia Sanford Stoddard, 2 portraits
Photograph
Box 16 Folder 13
Julia Sanford Stoddard, wife of Goodwin Stoddard
Photograph
Box 16 Folder 14
Edwin G. Sanford (right), father of Julia Sanford Stoddard
Photograph, 1896
Box 16 Folder 15
Goodwin Stoddard (1847-1909)
Photograph
Box 16 Folder 16
Geo A. Greene, Ashville, Chautauqua Co., NY "Republican"
Photograph
Box 16 Folder 17
Mabel Judson Sanford Jennings (1873-1910)
Photographs
Box 16 Folder 18
Goodwin Stoddard (1847-1909), 3 portraits
Photographs
Box 16 Folder 19
Goodwin Stoddard (1847-1909), 3 portraits
Photographs, 1896, 1904
Box 17 Folder 1
6 women posing, 1896; young woman, 1904
Photographs, 1901
Box 17 Folder 2
Mary Belle & May Barrett (sp?), Smith (graduation?)
Photographs, 1901
Box 17 Folder 3
Hannah G. Johnson
Photographs, 1910
Box 17 Folder 4
Sanford and Hannah Stoddard, driving on York Beach, Sept. 1910
Photographs, 1910(?)
Box 17 Folder 5
Round Robin Letters, snapshots
Photographs, 1913, 1914
Box 17 Folder 6
Mary B. Lewis, family snapshots (one of the White Lodge Round Robin Letters participants)
Photographs, 1918
Box 17 Folder 7
Goodwin Stoddard (Sanford & Hannah's son)
Photographs, 1920
Box 17 Folder 8
Gould Mansion & D.A.R. House in 1920, one unidentified photograph
Photographs, 1920
Box 17 Folder 9
David Gould Stoddard, b. 1912 (Sanford & Hannah's son)
Photographic Negatives, 1922, 1923
Box 17 Folder 10
Canaan Houseparty, 1922; Lake Placid, 1923, Lake Placid - Hart Lake
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 11
Unidentified people and cars
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 12
Unidentified people
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 13
Back yard and European scenes
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 14
Northern Africa
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 15
Italian and Dutch scenes
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 16
Two unidentified young children
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 17
Mary B. Lewis, family snapshots (one of the White Lodge Round Robin Letters participants)
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 18
Outdoor snapshots
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 19
Western U.S.A.
Unidentified, Photographs
Box 17 Folder 20-21
Trip to Europe?, Photographs
Box 17 Folder 22-23
Western U.S.A., Native Americans and Native American structures, Photographs
Box 17 Folder 24-27
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 28
Western U.S.A., magazine photos of Grand Canyon
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 29
Photo greeting to the Sanford Stoddards from Des Moines, from "Agnes and Wads"
Photographs
Box 17 Folder 30
Gov. & Mrs. Joseph Wanton (copies of paintings)
Photograph
Box 17 Folder 31
Lake Placid in winter
Photograph
Box 17 Folder 32
Sanford & Hannah G. J. Stoddard
Photograph
Box 17 Folder 33
Jefferson, N. H., The Waumbek (sp?)
Photograph
Box 17 Folder 34
David Gould Stoddard, b. 1912, (Sanford & Hannah's third son)
Series VII. Microfilm
Note: Negative microfilm of 12 volumes of S. W. G. diaries held by the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections and 1 volume of Quaker monthly meeting records, filmed by Photo Services, Feb. 2, 1966. Reel 2 contains positive microfilm of Volume 11 only, purchased from Haverford College, Feb. 2, 1966. Positive microfilm of the 14 volumes held by this Division made by Photo Services from our negatives July 6, 1973, January 26, 1978.
Diary #1, 1799-1803
Reel 1
Nov. 1799-Oct. 16, 1803 (1 reel pos.)
Diaries #2-10, 1803-1812
Reel 2
Oct. 17, 1803-June 30, 1812. c. 64 ft. (1 reel pos.)
Diary #11, 1812-1815
Reel 3
July 1, 1812-August 20, 1815. Original held by Quaker Collection, Haverford College. (1 reel pos.)
Diaries #12-16, 1815-1838
Reel 4
August 24, 1815-Sept. 20, 1838 and Extracts from the records of the monthly meeting held by Rhode Island Quakers, 1676-1707 c. 65 ft. (1 reel pos.)
History of the Gould Family, 1862-1868
Reel 5
History of the Gould Family from John Stanton Gould letters, volumes 1 and 2, (1 reel pos. [100 ft.])
History of the Gould Family, 1862-1864
Reel 6
John Stanton Gould letters to Dau. Mary Gould Baldwin on the History of the Gould Family, volume 1 only, (1 reel pos. [50 ft.])
Diary and Genealogy, 1851-1862
Reel 7
Hannah W. Gould diary, Sept. 11, 1851-Jan. 25, 1862; Gould Family genealogy chart (1 reel pos..)
Journal, 1847-1850
Reel 8
"Journal of Residence at Albany," 1847-1850, (1 reel pos..)
Letter, 1718
Reel 9
Sebastian Râle letter (in French), August 17, 1718, Narantsonak [Norridgewock], Maine (1 reel neg.)
Diary #1, 1799-1803
Reel 10
Negative copy of Reel 1
Diaries #2-10, 1803-1812
Reel 11
Negative copy of Reel 2
Diaries #12-16, 1815-1838
Reel 12
Negative copy of Reel 4
History of the Gould Family, 1862-1868
Reel 13
Archival master copy of Reel 5 (1 reel neg. [100 ft.])
History of the Gould Family, 1862-1864
Reel 14
Negative copy of Reel 6 [50 ft.]
Diary and Genealogy, 1851-1862
Reel 15
Negative copy of Reel 7
Journal, 1847-1850
Reel 16
Negative copy of Reel 8
Letter, 1718
Reel 17
Negative copy of Reel 9