3 edition of The Lee family papers, 1742-1795 found in the catalog.
The Lee family papers, 1742-1795
Reproduces personal, political, commercial, and diplomatic correspondence, proceedings of the Secret Committee of the Continental Congress, financial papers, commercial records, the papers of Robert Morris and John Ross, miscellaneous pamphlets, and ms. writings by the Lees. Chiefly correspondence of Arthur Lee (1740-1792) concerning the American Revolution. Includes material on the French and Indian War, the Stamp Act of 1765, Cornwallis and the Siege of Yorktown. Other members of the family represented in the collection include Francis Lightfoot Lee (1734-1797), General Henry Lee (1729-1787), Philip Ludwell Lee (1730-1778), and William Lee of Green Spring (1739-1795).
|Other titles||Guide to the microfilm edition of the Lee family papers, 1742-1795.|
|Statement||Paul P. Hoffman, editor, John L. Molyneaux, assistant editor.|
|Genre||Archives., Correspondence., Facsimiles.|
|Series||Microfilm publications (University of Virginia. Library) ;, [no. 1]|
|Contributions||Hoffman, Paul P., Molyneaux, John L., University of Virginia. Library., United States. National Historical Publications Commission.|
|LC Classifications||CD3569.5.L4 G8, Microfilm 13,933|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 microfilm reels|
|LC Control Number||99179689|
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Microform collections G-Q. G Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, a bibliography mfm/DK//J65/ Guide available. The reel numbers are marked in the bibliography: The Lee Family Papers, - mfm/Z/L Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Lee Family Papers, - occurrences of Lee County Administrative Information. Scope and Content Information. Contents List A Guide to Materials on Women A Guide to Materials on Women in Special Collections The University of Virginia Library Accession Number Multiple numbers. Special Collections, University of Virginia Library.
Lee Family. Papers, reels. Accompanied by guide. Personal, political, commercial, and diplomatic correspondence, pamphlets, and various other documents relating to this wealthy and prominent Virginia family. For the University of Virginia we have Historical Collections in the University of Virginia Libraries (, including extensive indexes) and guides to microfilm publications for Lee Family Papers (), Hammond Papers (), Carter Family Papers (), Ingram's Poe Collection; the Virginia Gazette Daybooks (
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Get this from a library. The Lee family papers, [Lee family.; Paul P Hoffman; John Lambert Molyneaux; University of Virginia. Library. Get this from a library. Guide to the microfilm edition of The Lee family papers, [Paul P Hoffman; Lambert Molyneaux;].
The Gale Microform collection is one of the world's largest microform archives of exclusive primary source materials in fields of study that include the humanities, social sciences, and international news. Papers: 4 boxes in Lee family papers,available on 8 microfilm reels by the University of Virginia of originals in various repositories; and correspondence in Custis-Lee family papers, Finding aid.
Aside from these is Paul P. Hoffman's microfilm edition of The Lee Family Papers, (Charlottesville, ), which pulls together in eight reels the papers that once belonged to Richard Henry Lee II.
Its lack of a detailed guide makes it difficult to use. Most of Lee's extant letters are published in two volumes edited by James C. Ballagh in The majority of other surviving Lee 1742-1795 book are included in The Lee Family Papers, – 1742-1795 book microfilm collection of the Lee manuscripts in the archives of the University of Virginia, the American Philosophical Society and Harvard University In.
Lee family. Brock Collection: Lee family papers, (bulk ). Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens: referencedIn: Lee, Richard Henry. Lee family papers, [microform]. Library of Virginia: creatorOf: Custis, George Washington Parke, Custis-Lee family papers, circa (bulk.
The correspondence of Richard Henry Lee and his family is widely scattered, with individual letters and small groups located at a large number of repositories. The major collections are: Richard Henry Lee Papers, Alderman Library, University of Virginia (8 microfilm reels).
Lee Family Papers, Huntington Library ( items). Lee, Richard Henry. Lee family papers, [microform]. Library of Virginia: creatorOf: Armes, Ethel, Ethel Armes collection of Lee family papers, Library of Congress: creatorOf: Custis, George Washington Parke, Custis-Lee family papers, circa (bulk ).
Library of Congress. Also includes papers of his son, John Laurens (), an officer in the Continental Army, aide-de-camp to Washington, and special envoy to France. Lee Family. Papers, reels. Accompanied by guide. With his political and literary correspondence and his papers on diplom Lee, Richard Henry [ Book, Microform: ] Lee, Arthur, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) The Lee family papers, / Paul P.
Hoffman, editor, John L. Molyneaux, assistant editor Hoffman, Paul P. Center for Canal History and Technology: Sayre Diaries, ; Misc. Book, ; Trip Book, Crellin Letters, July 1, (microfilm rolls #) Chandler Family Papers. Guide to the microfilm edition of The Lee family papers, The guide provides background, reel notes, and a list of major correspondents.
Letter to the Rev. Cooper, on the Origin of Civil Government. Print Guide to the microfilm edition of the Carter family papers,in the Sabine Hall collection Lee Family Papers, Location Code & Author: Eric Lindquist. It is an excellent source for the study of the American Revolution. The collection is on 8 rolls of microfilm and is filed in the Special Collections section of Clayton's Microprint department.
For further information on this collection, see also: Guide to the microfilm edition of The Lee family papers, Guide To the Personal Papers At The Library of Virginia: Hizer, Trenton E. (Editor) MVGS Program Using Old Court Records To Build A Family Together: Hodges, Sharon MVGS Program Migration Trails: Getting Here To There: Hodges, Sharon FV6.H Vicksburg: 47 Days of Siege, May July 4, Hoehling, Adolph A.
FH The Lee Family Papers University of Virginia Library: Lee family: Microfilm of letters from the manuscript collections of University of Virginia, Harvard University & American Philosphical Society libraries.
Lee, William: Ford. Worthing Chauncey: Reply of William Lee to the Charges of Silas Deane, Index to American Periodicals of the 's and 's is an ongoing CDROM index which will ultimately index the entire APS. The March disc provides indexing to American periodicals of the 's and American periodicals ofbut no indexing has yet been provided on disc for periodicals of or Author: Eric Lindquist.
Lee family papers, UM Microform Successful merchants who served in Congress & foreign ministers. Lewis, John L., Papers: UM Microform United Mine Workers president. Includes letters, clippings, photos. Lexington alarm: UM Microform Handwritten town lists of those responding to Ap alarm.
Lincoln, Benjamin Author: Katherine Freedman. Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Lee Family Papers, Hoffman, Paul P. (Editor); Molyneaux, John L. (Editor) CSLL48 "This Awful Drama" General Edwin Gray Lee, C.S.A., and His Family: Levin, Alexandra Lee CSLN The Lees of Virginia: Seven Generations of an American Family The Yuhas Family Heritage Book CS.
And a greatly expanded edition of the delegates’ correspondence and other papers is now being published under the auspices of the Library of Congress: Paul H. Smith, et al., eds., Letters of Delegates to Congress, – (Washington, D.C., –). Since this book was essentially completed before these projects issued their first.The major portion of these papers has been microfilmed under the title, "Lee Family Papers, ;" a published guide to the microfilm edition is available.
Available on department microfilm, MThe related Titus and Bedell families were prominent Quakers in Greene County, principally at Catskill and New Baltimore.
Charles Titus and John W. Bedell kept stores in Catskill, and the bulk of this collection consists of their daybooks and ledgers, and bills of goods, Charles Titus was also justice of the peace at New Baltimore, and many of his official acts are .