BUCKLAND, GEORGE

Local History Collections

Collection ID: LH-354, LH-424
Location: LH-354, LH-424

(Description ID: 594430)

 Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums

George Buckland

LH-354, LH-424


Introduction
Biographical Sketch
Scope and Content
Inventory
Addenda

Introduction
The George Buckland Collection was acquired by the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center in 2008. Additional materials compiled by George Buckland regarding General Ralph P. Buckland’s Civil War service may be found in Local History Collection #253.

Biographical Sketch
George Buckland was born 18 August 1859 in Fremont, Ohio to General Ralph Pomeroy and Charlotte (Boughton) Buckland.  He was the youngest of the couple’s eight children who included Ralph Boughton, Ann Kent Dillon, Alson Kent, Thomas Stilwell, Mary Jerusha, Horace Stephen, and Caroline Nichols. He graduated from Fremont High School and in May 1886 from the University of Cincinnati. An attorney, he practiced law in Fremont and Cincinnati.  On 18 November 1891, he married Grace Huntington of Cincinnati, Ohio. She was born to John Caldwell and Mary (Mitchell) Huntington 10 May 1865. John Caldwell and Mary (Mitchell) Huntington were the parents of seven other children: Elizabeth Mitchell Huntington Rice, second wife of General Edmund C. Rice; Dwight Williams Huntington, husband of Mary Josephine Shade; Kate Tallman,  Mitchell, John, Mary, and Frederick Green Huntington, husband of Frances Crawford. John Caldwell Huntington owned a mercantile business in Cincinnati

George and Grace Huntington Buckland were the parents of two daughters, Mary Huntington, born 21 March 1896, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Charlotte Boughton, born 27 March 1905 at Michigan City, Indiana. The Bucklands lived for a short time after their marriage in Fremont, Ohio. Following the birth of their first child, the Buckland family moved to Michigan City, Indiana, where George worked for a gas company. By 1910, the family had moved to Jacksonville, Florida, where George was again engaged in the gas business. For the remainder of his working life, he was employed by the Jacksonville Gas Company. Grace Buckland oversaw the French and English Departments of the Riverside Private School located at 1701 Oak Street. After the Buckland family moved from Adams Street, they resided at 2021 Herschel Street and then at 2623 Herschel in Jacksonville. 

Daughters Mary and Charlotte attended Jacksonville schools. Mary graduated from “Miss Jacobi’s” School in 1915. Following graduation, Mary and her mother, Grace, established the French Primary School at the family home, where they taught kindergarten and elementary age children.

Charlottegraduated from Duval High School in 1923. She then attended Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia, where she earned a degree in botany in 1927. In 1933, she graduated with a master’s degree from the University of Virginia. Charlotte taught biology at Porter University in Jacksonville.

The family spent time each year at their Waldoboro, Maine summer home, known as the “Hay Farm.”  George Buckland was deeply interested in family, local, and American history. In a series of albums, he preserved correspondence, photographs, documents, legal papers, and memorabilia related to the lives of his wife and daughters. George Buckland died in Jacksonville, Florida 8 April 1939 at the age of 79. Grace Huntington Buckland died on September first of the following year. Neither Mary nor Charlotte married. They lived out their final years on Herschel Street. Mary died in March of 1961 and Charlotte passed away 6 August 1990. The Buckland Home became the site of the Riverside Avondale Preservation association, a non-profit organization devoted to enhancing and preserving the architecture, history, cultural heritage and economic viability of the historic neighborhoods of Riverside and Avondale.

Scope and Content
The George Buckland Collection, dating from 1741 to 1958, consists of the extended family correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, documents, legal papers, books, newspaper clippings, articles, pamphlets, genealogy, certificates, memorabilia (business, greeting, and calling cards; invitations; and postcards) and clothing of George and Grace Huntington Buckland and daughters Mary and Charlotte. The bulk of the collection, dating from 1840 to 1940, was compiled by George Buckland in a series of some 60 scrapbooks. Many of the scrapbooks focus on a single subject while others contain randomly selected materials. Included are letters, documents, photographs and memorabilia related to the births, activities, interests, education, and careers of his wife, Grace Huntington Buckland, and his two daughters, Mary and Charlotte. Photographs and materials on the Bucklands’ “Hay Farm” in Waldoboro, Maine; their home on Herschel Street in Jacksonville, Florida; and their earlier residences in Fremont, Ohio and Michigan City, Indiana are part of this collection. 

Buckland also preserved correspondence, photographs, and documents, of his father’s family, General Ralph P. Buckland. Included is the Civil War correspondence of his father, who commanded the 72nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry and was the Military Commander of the District of Memphis (see Local History Collection #253). This collection, donated in 1992, is made up of photocopies of George Buckland’s original material regarding his father’s Civil War service.

Photographs from the 1880s and 1890s of Fremont, Ohio residents, streets, churches, landmarks, Spiegel Grove, businesses, the Sandusky River, public buildings, and interior and exterior photographs of the Buckland homestead and the Charles M. Dillon home in Fremont, Ohio are included. Rutherford Platt Hayes, son of President Rutherford B. Hayes photographed the Buckland and Dillon homes. George also documented the ancestry of the Buckland family, including his Revolutionary War ancestor Stephen Buckland. To a lesser extent, Buckland researched the Boughton and Whittlesey lines of his mother’s family.

In addition to his own family, Buckland documented his genealogical research of the Huntington family and its collateral lines. He also preserved the correspondence of his wife’s family. Of note is the 1880s correspondence of Grace Huntington prior to her marriage and Mrs. Edmund (Elizabeth Huntington) Rice, during visits by Grace to her sister and brother-in-law (General and Mrs. Edmund Elizabeth Huntington Rice) at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas; Fort Keogh, Montana, and Fort Snelling, Minnesota. There are letters from Elizabeth Rice to the Huntington family in Cincinnati as well.

Dwight Williams Huntington, elder brother of Grace Huntington, received his law degree from Yale in 1873. After graduation, Huntington returned to Cincinnati and signed on to the Marsh scientific expedition to the Yellowstone. He served as a correspondent for the Cincinnati Gazette. Following the expedition, he developed his law practice, and immersed himself in Cincinnati politics. However, Huntington’s true passion was nature and wildlife. In 1900, Huntington gave up his legal practice and moved to New York, where he painted hunting scenes and edited the Amateur Sportsman and the Game Breeder Magazine. Several sketches and correspondence concerning the estate of Elizabeth Huntington Rice and the guardianship of his daughter, Josephine, who was institutionalized in New York for mental issues, are included. For a time, George Buckland served as guardian of Josephine Huntington.

The collection contains photographs and two letters written by Katie Tallman Huntington, sister of Grace Huntington Buckland, who died in childhood before the close the Civil War. Of interest is a letter to her father describing Morgan’s Raid that took place during the summer of 1863 north of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Boxes 1 and 2 contain correspondence of George, Grace, Mary, and Charlotte Buckland. The incoming and outgoing letters of each are arranged chronologically. Box 3 is largely composed of financial records and legal papers. Boxes 4 and 5 hold photographs of family, friends, locations, and residences. George Buckland identified many of these.

Because of the deterioration of the collection as a result of years of exposure to the heat and humidity of Jacksonville, Florida, 56 of the scrapbooks were transferred to and compiled in 27 archival albums. The inventory lists subjects documented in each of the scrapbooks.

Scrapbooks 1, 2, 3, and 8 contain photographs and documents that focus largely on Fremont, Ohio and the Buckland family. Buckland genealogy can be found in scrapbooks 11, 17, 18, 30, and 51. Huntington genealogy, family research, and photographs are part of scrapbooks 24, 33, and 34.

Boxes 6 and 7 hold acid free photocopies (created by the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center) of each of the 56 scrapbooks. Box 8 contains memorabilia associated with Jacksonville’s “Miss Jacobi’s School;” George and Grace Buckland’s wedding; and an album of photographs of the Dillon and Buckland homes in Fremont, Ohio.

Box 9 features photograph albums of travels in North Carolina, Florida, and Europe. Box 10 includes wedding invitations, calling cards, and postcards. Box 12 holds a series of glass plate negatives that were probably created for use in newspaper articles written by George Buckland on American history topics.

Books and sheet music found in Boxes 13 through 20 complete the collection. Titles of each are provided in the inventory. Articles of clothing belonging to George, Grace, Mary, and Charlotte Buckland as well as Elizabeth Huntington Rice were transferred to the Museum collection of the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, where each has been cataloged.

Inventory
Ac. 5728
37 ½ linear ft.

Box 1
George Buckland
Incoming Correspondence:
1.  (Mrs. George) Grace Huntington Buckland (wife); 1904-1927
2.  Mary Huntington Buckland (daughter); 1910-1928
3.  Charlotte Boughton Buckland (daughter); 1924
4.  (Mrs. Charles) Ann Buckland Dillon (sister); 1896
5.  (Mrs. John) Mary Mitchel[l] Huntington (mother-in-law); 1887
6.   Dwight Huntington (brother-in-law); 1910
7.   Extended Family; 1877-1896
8.   Assorted; 1885-1896
9.   Assorted; 1898-1899
10. Assorted; 1900-1938
Outgoing Correspondence:
11. (Mrs. George) Grace Huntington Buckland (wife); 1924-1933
12. Mary Huntington Buckland (daughter); 1908-1929
13. Charlotte Boughton Buckland (daughter); 1922-1936
14. Assorted; 1927

(Mrs. George) Grace Huntington Buckland
Incoming Correspondence:
15. Mary Huntington Buckland (daughter); 1910-1928
16. Charlotte Boughton Buckland (daughter); 1924
17. (Mrs. John) Mary Mitchel[l] Huntington (mother); 1905
18. (Mrs. Edmund) Elizabeth Mitchel[l] Huntington Rice (sister); 1911-1914
19. Fred Huntington (brother); 1904-1930
20. Dwight Huntington (brother); 1900-1930
21. Josephine Huntington (niece); 1912-1919
22. Helen Huntington Chatfield (cousin); 1920-1927
23. Charles and Harriet Wilby (cousin?); 1919-1925
24. Anna P. Williams (cousin); 1911-1929
25. Bessie Williams (aunt); 1905-1927
26. Cora B. Williams (cousin?); 1913
27. Mrs. C. Hanks [Williams Family]; 1907-1923
28. Mitchel[l] Family; 1916-1926
29. Extended Family; 1904-1929
30. M.J. and Beatrice Aitkins; 1907-1923
31. Mary E. Arthur; 1909-1912
32. Jessie Starbuck Blake; 1903
33. Clara P. Townsend; 1917
34. Edith M. King; 1927-1929
35. Gwendoleyne Leys; 1924
36. May Valentine; 1913
37. John C. Russell; 1925
38. Colonial Dames of America; 1911-1928
39. Associations/Organizations; 1901-1939
40. W.S. Tyler Company (Col. Webb C. Hayes Monument); 1922
41. Assorted; 1888-1905
42. Assorted; 1907-1908
43. Assorted; 1909-1912
44. Assorted; 1912-1915
45. Assorted; 1916-1918
46. Assorted; 1919-1938
47. Undated and/or unknown
Outgoing Correspondence
48. Mary Huntington Buckland (daughter); 1918
49. John Caldwell Huntington (father); n.d.
50. (Mrs. John) Mary Mitchel[l] Huntington (mother); 1883-1885
51. (Mrs. Col. Edmund) Elizabeth Huntington Rice (sister); 1883-1884
52. Fred Huntington (brother); 1885
53. Dwight Huntington (brother); 1885
54. (Mrs. Ralph P.) Charlotte Boughton Buckland (mother-in-law); 1891
55. Helen F. Huntington Chatfield (cousin); 1880-1881
56. Miscellaneous; 1881-1927

Miscellaneous

57. Invitations and Cards; 1914-1937
58. Envelopes; 1897-1933

Miss Mary Huntington Buckland
Incoming Correspondence
59. Charlotte Boughton Buckland (sister); 1923-1924
60. (Mrs. Col. Edmund) Elizabeth Huntington Rice (aunt); 1915-1916
61. (Mrs. Charles) Ann Buckland Dillon (aunt); 1911-1923
62. (Mrs. Horace) Elizabeth Bauman Buckland (aunt); 1917-1926
63. Josephine Huntington (cousin); 1912-1925
64. Bessie J. Williamson (relation?); 1915-1924
65. Extended Family; 1873-1939
66. Carrie “Doll”; 1915
67. Sarah J. Grant; 1911-1923
68. Katharine and Gwendoleyne Leys; 1911-1934
69. Assorted Friends; 1909-1915
70. Assorted Friends; 1918-1954
Outgoing Correspondence
71. Charlotte Boughton Buckland (sister); 1910-1954
72. Josephine Huntington (cousin); 1915

Box 2
Miss Mary Huntington Buckland
Outgoing Correspondence (continued)
1.  Educational Documents/Correspondence

Miscellaneous
2.  Invitations and Cards; 1915-1944
3.  Envelopes; 1902-1959

Miss Charlotte Boughton Buckland
Incoming Correspondence
4.  Extended Family; 1911-1913
5.  J.C. Russell; 1943-1946
6.  Assorted Friends; 1915-1946

Miscellaneous
7.  Invitations and Cards; 1909-1945

Gen. Ralph Pomeroy Buckland
(Father of George Buckland)
Incoming Correspondence
8.  Ellen Wright (cousin); 1873-1879
9.  Assorted Friends; 1861-1876
Outgoing Correspondence
10. (Mrs. Ralph P.) Charlotte Boughton Buckland (wife); 1866-1878

Miscellaneous
11. Invitations and Calling Cards; 1862-1891

(Mrs. Ralph P.) Charlotte Boughton Buckland
(Mother of George Buckland)
Incoming Correspondence
12. (Mrs. Charles) Ann Buckland Dillon (daughter); 1866
13. Caroline “Carrie” Buckland (daughter); 1862
14. Ralph Boughton Buckland (son); 1866
15. Horace Stephen Buckland (son); 1863
16. L.M. Boughton (sister); 1863-1879
17. George Boughton (brother?); 1877
18. C.E. Boughton (sibling?); 1879
19. Julia (niece); 1854-1878
20. Ellen Ecklee (niece); 1880
21. Cousins; 1873-1878
22. Assorted Friends; 1862
Outgoing Correspondence
23. Ralph Boughton Buckland (son); 1876

Ralph Boughton Buckland (Brother of George Buckland)
Incoming Correspondence
24. (Mrs. Charles) Ann Buckland Dillon (sister); 1869

Horace Stephen Buckland (Brother of George Buckland)
Incoming/Outgoing Correspondence
25. Family and Friends; 1863-1878

Col. Edmund Rice(Brother-in-Law of Grace Huntington Buckland)
Incoming Correspondence
26. Frank Miller; 1895

(Mrs. Edmund) Elizabeth Huntington Rice (Sister of Grace Huntington Buckland)
Incoming Correspondence
27. Extended Family and Friends; 1895-1915
Outgoing Correspondence
28. (Mrs. John) Mary Mitchel[l] Huntington (mother); 1880

John Caldwell Huntington (Father of Grace Huntington Buckland)
Incoming Correspondence
29. George Bradley; 1867

(Mrs. John) Mary Mitchel[l] Huntington (Mother of Grace Huntington Buckland)
Incoming Correspondence
30. Assorted; 1840-1892

Kate Huntington (Sister of Grace Huntington Buckland)
Outgoing Correspondence
31. John and Mary (Mitchel[l]) Huntington (parents)/ Extended Family; 1861-1865

(photograph included)

Frederick Green Huntington 
Incoming Correspondence
32. Roland S. Mitchell (cousin); 1905

Buckland Family
33. Miscellaneous Correspondence, Cards and Invitations; 1874-1942
34. Waldoboro, Maine Property-“Hay Farm”; 1907-1936
35. Buckland Family-Mortgages, Memoranda and Receipts; 1894-1915
36. Buckland Family-Chattel Mortgages; 1925-1926
37. (Mrs. Edmund) Elizabeth Huntington Rice/R.C. Williams Estate; 1894-1928
38. (Mrs. Edmund) Elizabeth Huntington Rice Estate Documents; 1913-1926
39. Charlotte Boughton Buckland- Financial Documents; 1956-1960
40. Josephine Huntington (Niece of Grace) - Legal Documents; 1923-1925
41. Florida Works Progress Administration; 1937
42. Florida Works Progress Administration; 1938
43. Buckland Family- Taxes, Wage Reports and Receipts; 1901-1938
44. Buckland Family- Bank Statements; 1903-1924
45. Buckland Family- Bank Statements, Cancelled Checks and Bank Books; 1904-1927

Box 3
Bank and Legal Documents
1.  Buckland Family- Bank Statements; 1928-1929
2.  Buckland Family- Bank Statements; 1934-1935
3.  Buckland Family- Bank Statements; 1937-1938
4.  Buckland Family- Assorted Bank Documents
5.  Charles Dawes- Trust Documents; 1927-1938
6.  “Miss Jacobi’s” School/French Primary School Documents; 1919-1983
7.  Assorted Newspaper Clippings; 1915-1924
8.  Programs and Playbills; 1916-1945
9.  D.A.R./Colonial Dames of America- Handbooks and Programs; 1910-1925
10. Dance Cards/Bridge Cards
11. Ephemera; 1909-1955
12. Address Books/Notebooks; 1890-1916
13. Bibles
14. Clothing Patterns

Box 4 - Photographs
1.  George Buckland
2.  (Mrs. George) Grace Huntington Buckland
3.  Mary Huntington Buckland (Daughter of George and Grace Buckland)
4.  Charlotte Boughton Buckland (Daughter of George and Grace Buckland)
5.  Mary and Charlotte Buckland (Daughters of George and Grace Buckland)
6.  (Mrs. George) Grace and Mary Buckland
7.  Mary and CharlotteBuckland- Newport, Rhode Island Trip, 1920
8.  Gen. Ralph Pomeroy Buckland (Father of George Buckland)
9.   Horace Buckland (Brother of George Buckland)
10. (Mrs. Charles) Mary Buckland Dillon
11. George Buckland Family
12. Col. Edmund Rice (Brother-in-Law of George Buckland
13. (Mrs. Edmund) Elizabeth Huntington Rice (Sister of Grace Huntington Buckland)
14. Rice Family
15. John Caldwell Huntington (Father of Grace Huntington Buckland)
16. (Mrs. John) Mary Mitchell Huntington (Mother of Grace Huntington Buckland)
17. Children of John and Mary (Mitchell) Huntington
18. Dwight Huntington (Brother of Grace Huntington Buckland)
19. Frederick Green Huntington (Brother of Grace Huntington Buckland)
20. Kate Tallman Huntington (Sister of Grace Huntington Buckland)
21. Mitchel Huntington (Brother of Grace Huntington Buckland)
22. (Mrs. Frederick) Frances Huntington (Sister-in-Law of Grace Huntington Buckland)
23. Mrs. A.W.  Huntington (Aunt Bessie)
24. M.C. Huntington
25. W. Huntington
26. Edith Huntington
27. C.L.F. Huntington
29. Sarah (Sally) Huntington
30. Mitchell Family
31. Williams Family
32. Hanks Family

Box 5 - Photographs
1.   Isaac H. Brown
2.   Ray Burckhardt
3.   Professor Day of Yale
4.   Peter and Peggy
5.   E? Vedder
6.   Unidentified Men
7.   Isabel Aberdeen
8.   Carrie Gusdorf
9.   Agnes Haynard
10.  Reverend Mother of New York
11.  Harriet Oates Sargent?
12.  Millie Slater?
13.  Unidentified Women
14.  Robert Godfrey (child)
15.  Jack Clem Jr. (child)
16. Charlie Dillon (child)
17.  Frances and Helen (children)
18.  C.N. Horn? (child)
19. “Nebby” (child)
20.  F? Hull Nichols and Leverett Nichols (children)
21.  Katherine May Richmond (child)
22.  Sarah Towers Van Cleve (child)
23.  Tommy Roberts (child)
24.  Unidentified Children
25.  Unidentified Groups
26.  Notable People (carte de visites)
       Major General Kilpatrick (2)
       Mr. McMahon
       Conte? du  Moirry?
       Grand Duchesse Marie de Russia  
       La Anchepe de Malakoff
       Contessa de Montjo?
       Conte Walinski?
       Ala El Kader
       Faneuil Hall- Boston, MA
       Bedroom scene
       Religious Figures
       Unidentified Military Figure (1)
27.  Family Pets/Animals
28.  French Primary School; Jacksonville, Florida
29.  George Buckland Home; 2623 Herschel Street Jacksonville, Florida
30.  George Buckland Home; Michigan City, Indiana
31. “Hay Farm”; Waldoboro, Maine
32.  Colonel and Mrs. Edmund Rice Home; Newport, Rhode Island
33.  Judge Ebon Newton Home; Canfield, Ohio
34.  Hotel Champlain (Interior), 1899
35.  Homes/Buildings/ Street Scenes; Fremont, Ohio
36.  Identified Street Scenes/Homes
37.  Unidentified Sailing/Beach
38.  U.S. Landmarks/Monuments
39.  Artifacts and Engravings
40.  French Primary School-Prints and Negatives
41.  “Hay Farm”; Waldoboro, Maine-Prints and Negatives
42.  Unidentified Negatives
43.  Unidentified Photographs

Album 1
Scrapbook 1
Photos of Mary Huntington Buckland from birth to 2 ½ years of age
Photos of John Caldwell Huntington
Plattsburg, New York photos of Buckland family
Fremont, Ohio photos of: 926 Birchard Ave.
Birchard Ave. (Miss Grant’s house)
603 Birchard Ave.
Scrapbook 2
Photos of college friends of George Buckland, Cincinnati, Ohio
Photos of Fremont, Ohio residents
Fremont, Ohio photos of: panorama views
Sandusky County Jail
Sandusky County courthouse
Sandusky River and dam
Mayor A. H. Jackson residence
Birchard Public Library
Fremont High School
Birchard Ave.
Troops entraining
Scrapbook 3
Charles M. Dillon Family Photos
Photos of Grace Huntington Buckland (Mrs. George Buckland)
Fremont, Ohio photos of: Dillon house, exterior and interior
72 O.V. I. Reunion at Dillon house
926 Birchard Ave., interior
713 Birchard Ave., interior
Birchard Ave. showing Stephen Buckland residence
Correspondence of: Annie Buckland Dillon, Dillon children George Buckland
Agreement between Ralph P. Buckland and Horace Buckland forming a law partnership, 1875

Album 2
Scrapbook 4
Correspondence and notes regarding genealogy of Huntington family
Descendants of John Williams
Descendants of Tracy family
Descendants of Avery family
Scrapbook 5
Miscellaneous invitations to weddings
Newspaper clippings regarding Yellowstone
Newspaper clippings regarding Ticonderoga
Miscellaneous greeting cards
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings
George H. Buckland Souvenir Sofa Cushions

Album 3
Scrapbook 6
Photos of Mary Huntington Buckland with other relatives
Mary Huntington Buckland school records
Photos of Buckland family with friends, Cincinnati, Ohio
Photos of Mary Huntington Buckland at farm at Waldoboro, Maine
Photos of Mary Huntington Buckland in various costumes
Photos of home of George Buckland, Michigan City, Indiana
Photos of Charlotte Boughton Buckland, birth 2 years of age
Graduation of Charlotte Buckland from University of Virginia, 1933

Album 4
Scrapbook 7
Correspondence and photos of relatives of Grace Huntington Buckland
Emily Fall
Clarine Scudder (daughter of Simeon Williams)
Scudder family
Charles Stedman Hanks
Hanks family
William Johnston
Johnston family
George McKnight Williamson
Bessie Williamson
Williamson family
Scrapbook 8
Fremont, Ohio photos of Buckland homestead
Photos of George Buckland
Newspaper published by George Buckland during Grand Army Fair, Fremont, Ohio, 1884
Fremont, Ohio photo of St. Ann Roman Catholic Church

Album 5
Scrapbook 9
Fremont, Ohio newspaper clippings
Obituaries
Local events
Activities of state and local historical societies
Dedication of Buckland Gateway at Spiegel Grove, Fremont, Ohio
Advertisements for Fremont, Ohio businesses
Poems by George Buckland

Album 6
Scrapbook 10
Fremont, Ohio photos
Sandusky River - Blue Banks farm
Sandusky County Courthouse and jail
Reunion Souvenir Toledo Critic, 23rd O.V.I. reunion, 1897
Photos of Waldoboro, Maine Hay farm
Shoreline of Goose River and creek
Charlotte and Mary Buckland and friends at Hay farm
Farmhouse exterior and interior views
Streets and buildings in town
Photos of Mouse Island, Lake Erie, Ohio
Photos of Suffolk County, Long Island, New York
Photos of Buckland house at Jacksonville, Florida
Scrapbook 11
Shiloh Battlefield Association materials
George Buckland application to Judge Advocate General’s Corps, World War I
George Buckland application to Quartermaster Corps, World War I
Capt. Stephen Buckland’s Revolutionary War record
Correspondence from Mrs. Horace (Eliza Baumann) Buckland
List of books
Family history of Joseph Pomeroy

Album 7
Scrapbook 12
Poems by George Buckland
Interest in writing as a career by George Buckland
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America
Jacksonville, Florida, Mrs. George Buckland
Correspondence from Mrs. Horace (Eliza Baumann) Buckland, Fremont, Ohio, 1917-1918, 1932-1934
News of Hayes family
Correspondence of Grace Buckland
Correspondence of George Buckland regarding genealogy
Scrapbook 13
Genealogy, including some photos
Avery family
Palmer family
Miner family
Wales family
Webster family
Marsh family
Lyman family
Fitch family
Wright family
Mason family
Bradford family
Kent family

Album 8
Scrapbook 14
Nathaniel Greene, Revolutionary War general
Newspaper clippings from Savannah, Georgia
Greene family genealogy, photos
Scrapbook 15
R. B. Buckland business items and correspondence
Grace Buckland correspondence
George Buckland correspondence
Society of Colonial Dames of America, Ohio
Travel brochures, itinerary, mementoes
Jacksonville, Florida National Guard, World War II
Newspaper clippings

Album 9
Scrapbook 16
George Buckland correspondence (mostly 1930s)
Financial matters
Shipment of furniture from Fremont, Ohio (1930 – stored at Miss Grant’s house)
Preferred stock sale in Jacksonville (Florida) Gas Co.
Farm in Waldoboro, Maine
Scrapbook 17
Photos of Hay Farm in Waldoboro, Maine
Photos of scenes in Maine
Scrapbook 18
Real estate deeds for George Buckland
Photo of George Buckland, Grace Huntington, Capt. Reynolds, Lizzie Meek
Correspondence and estate of George N. Boughton (cousin of George Buckland)
Genealogy of Mary Huntington Buckland and Charlotte Boughton Buckland
Volney Hanchett, Hanchett Works
Correspondence, newspaper clippings
Correspondence of Ann Dillon, Eliza Buckland, Mary (Dillon) Fangboner, Fleet Dillon

Album 10
Scrapbook 19
Colonel Edmund Rice and family photos
Estate of Elizabeth Huntington Rice
Photos of Charlotte Boughton Buckland
Scrapbook 20
Charlotte Buckland science notes
Christmas cards
Scrapbook 21
Charlotte Buckland’s graduation from Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia, 1927

Album 11
Scrapbook 23
Correspondence of Charlotte Buckland while attending Agnes Scott College, Georgia, Jan.-May 1927
Documents pertaining to Charlotte Buckland’s senior year at Agnes Scott College
Scrapbook 24
Fremont, Ohio landmarks
Fremont Memorial Hospital
Soldiers’ Memorial Tablet, Spiegel Grove
Buckland homestead and George Buckland’s parents
Ralph P. Buckland agreement, correspondence
Letter from Jerusha Boughton, aunt of George Buckland
Fremont (Ohio) Plank Road materials
Correspondence of George Buckland with siblings Horace Buckland and Ann Dillon

Album 12
Scrapbook 25
Ancestry of Simon Breed Williams
Ancestry of Cornelia Johnston Williams
The Family of John Williams
Correspondence between George and Grace Buckland and Dwight Williams (her cousin)
Photos of Williams family
Anna Williams correspondence
Estate inventory, unidentified
Scrapbook 26
Photos of Huntington family
Correspondence with Sally Huntington
Chatfield family photos and correspondence

Album 13
Scrapbook 27
Mitchell family genealogy
Mitchell family photos and correspondence
Searles family photos and correspondence
Moore family photos and correspondence"
Scrapbook 28
Photos and correspondence of Dwight Huntington (brother of Grace Huntington Buckland) and family
Sketches by Dwight Huntington
Correspondence regarding Elizabeth Huntington Rice estate
Huntington family photos

Album 14
Scrapbook 29
Photos of Grace Huntington and friends
Photos and correspondence of Fred Huntington & family
Scrapbook 30
Photos of Fremont, Ohio
Photos of Canfield, Ohio
Photos of Norwalk, Ohio
Scrapbook 31
Newspaper clipping, Stephen Buckland elected mayor of Fremont
Photos of Buckland family
Granville Whittlesey Buckland
Mr. & Mrs. D. C. Buckland
Eben Newton photo and newspaper clippings
Photos of Richard Brown’s children, Josephine Gillett, Dr. George Wright

Album 15
Correspondence with Mr. & Mrs. Charles Dawes
Scrapbook 32
Photo and correspondence of Charles Brooks
Photos of W. T. Nichols, Manchester, New Hampshire, Grace Townsend, Dr. Wallace Seely
Ancestry of Grace Huntington Buckland
Coffin Family
Burckhardt family
Cincinnati, Ohio newspaper clippings
Friends of Buckland’s
Scrapbook 33
Coit family ancestry of Grace Huntington Buckland
Photos of friends of Grace Huntington including:
Louis Avery
Eliza Fisher
Hester Brinkerhoff Jackson
John Macy
Bessie Horton
Nora Murphy
Mary Holmes
Lucy Putnam
Annie Woodruff
Elizabeth Woodruff
Josephine Shade
Anna Cochran

Album 16
Scrapbook 34
250th anniversary of Norwich, Connecticut
Genealogy of John C. Huntington, descendant of Simon Huntington, Rev. John Lathrop, Thomas Laffingwell
Photos and obituaries of John C. Huntington
Photos and obituaries of Mary Mitchell Huntington
Photos of Elizabeth Mitchell Huntington
Photos of Kate Huntington
Photos of Cincinnati home, interior

Album 17
Scrapbook 35
April-May 1933 Newspaper clippings regarding Franklin Roosevelt’s appointments and        policies, especially farm relief, conservation, and forestry
Eleanor Roosevelt activities
Scrapbook 36
Photos of Hart family members: Helen, Louise Hobby
Photos of friends of Grace Huntington from Ft. Keogh, Montana
Carrie Brisbane
Mrs. Dr. George Blackman
Dr. Hayes
Ralph Huntington
Charles Tear
Eugene Clark
Dr. Pemberton Cutler
Dr. (Norris?) Pomeroy and correspondence
Col. & Mrs. Hathaway

Album 18
Scrapbook 37
Correspondence of George Buckland with Grace Buckland and Josephine Huntington
Newspaper clippings of Fremont, Ohio events
Obituaries of Fremont, Ohio residents
Records of Buckland Zouave Guard Cadets, 1861-1862
Genealogy of Jonathan Buckland, b. ca 1716
Scrapbook 38
Charlotte Buckland, 1926
Correspondence with family from Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia
Grade report
Correspondence between George Buckland and Agnes Scott College regarding tuition
Newspaper clippings about Agnes Scott College
Correspondence from Charlotte Buckland traveling after school (early summer 1926)
Cincinnati, Ohio
Washington, D.C.
Norwich, Connecticut

Album 19
Scrapbook 39
Charlotte Buckland, 1924
Correspondence with family from Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia
Scrapbook 40
Congratulatory cards and letters for Charlotte Buckland’s graduation from Agnes Scott       College, 1927
Correspondence between Charlotte and parents, 1932

Album 20
Scrapbook 41
Graduation of Charlotte Buckland from Duval High School, Jacksonville, Florida, 1923
Correspondence from Charlotte to parents from Agnes Scott College, Sept.-Dec. 1923
Scrapbook 42
Charlotte Buckland, 1925
Correspondence with family from Agnes Scott College
Correspondence between George Buckland and Agnes Scott College regarding tuition

Album 21
Scrapbook 43
Unidentified photos – Jacksonville, Florida?
Photos of Charlotte and Mary Buckland
Genealogy of Huntington family
Newspaper clippings of Harry Hoyt and family members
Photos of George Buckland home in Jacksonville, Florida
Jacksonville Gas Co. newspaper clippings and photos
George Buckland poem/lyrics and attempts to publish
Scrapbook 44
Charlotte Buckland, 1926
Summer study at University of Maine
Correspondence with family from Agnes Scott College, Aug.-Dec.
Correspondence between George Buckland and Agnes Scott College regarding tuition

Album 22
Scrapbook 45
Charlotte Buckland correspondence, 1931-1937
Porter University, Jacksonville, Florida (where Charlotte Buckland taught biology), newspaper clippings
Material regarding East Coast Travel of Charlotte  Buckland
Charlotte Buckland’s activities with Girl Scouts of America
Correspondence between Charlotte Buckland and George Buckland
Newspaper clippings and correspondence from Mountain Lake Biological Station of University of Virginia, 1937
1936 Christmas cards
Scrapbook 46
Correspondence from Charlotte Buckland with family from Mountain Lake Biological Station, University of Virginia, 1931-1933

Album 23
Scrapbook 47
Estate of Elizabeth Huntington Rice
Correspondence regarding Josephine Huntington
Buckland family genealogy
Photos of Buckland homestead Fremont, Ohio
Grace Buckland, Society of Colonial Dames
Photos and correspondence from Waldoboro, Maine
Newspaper clippings regarding historical house, events, and organizations

Album 24
Scrapbook 48
Primary school conducted by Mary and Grace Buckland, Jacksonville, Florida
Christmas cards 1927,1928
Invitations
Seaboard Air Line railway newspaper clippings
Agnes Scott College and Alumnae Club correspondence and newspaper clippings
Cultural events at Jacksonville, Florida 1928-1930, movies, concerts, plays
Scrapbook 49
Correspondence between George Buckland and James Benner, husband of Viola Benner, regarding house and Hay Farm at Waldoboro, Maine, 1937-1938
Viola Benner estate
Correspondence regarding Hay Farm home maintenance

Album 25
Scrapbook 50
Charlotte Buckland correspondence while at Mountain Lake, Virginia 1929-1932
Agnes Scott College and alumnae information
Andrew Jackson High School, Jacksonville, Florida
Scrapbook 51
Correspondence of George Buckland regarding family occurrences, health, Fremont events and residents, Buckland homestead with:
Frederick Huntington
Elizabeth (Mrs. Horace) Buckland
Kent Dillon
Charlotte (Dillon) Ickes
Annie Dillon

Album 26
Scrapbook 52
Miscellaneous household bills
Medical bills for Grace Buckland
Letter from R. W. Huntington, Buenos Aires
Efforts to sell book “Baths of the Romans”
Scrapbook 53
Household bills
Utility bills
Tax receipts
Medical bills for Grace Buckland
Pharmacy bills
Correspondence with Dwight Huntington
Scrapbook 54
Newspaper clippings from 1918-1920
World War I
International events
U.S. domestic policies
Historical events
Baby book for Mary Buckland, born March 21, 1896
Correspondence regarding birth of Mary
Scrapbook 55
French Spoliation Case, 1891-19092
George Buckland represented interests of Mary Huntington, granddaughter of Jethro Mitchell. (Mitchell and sons owned a ship, the Active, which was seized and sold by a French privateer in 1799).

Album 27
Scrapbook 56
Correspondence between Charlotte Buckland and her parents, 1916-1919
(including Charlotte’s trip to visit her aunt Elizabeth Huntington Rice in Rhode Island)

Box 6
Acid free photocopies of Scrapbooks 1 -39

Box 7
Acid free photocopies of Scrapbooks 40 – 56

Box 8
–George Buckland- Solicitations for Jacksonville Gas Company (1907-1909)
–Charlotte Buckland- “School Days” Memory Book (1917-1919)
–Charlotte Buckland- “The Girl Graduates Record Book” (1923-1924)
–Mary Buckland- “Miss Jacobi’s” School (ca. 1915)
–Mary Buckland- Baby book (1896)
–George and Grace (Huntington) Buckland- Marriage Scrapbook (1891)
–Newspaper Clippings (ca. 1883-1886) Fremont Ohio Flood of 1883; 72nd OVI reunion articles; political articles
–Photograph Album- Dillon House (Fremont, Ohio); Gen. R.P. Buckland Homestead (Fremont, Ohio); Residences of prominent citizens of Fremont, 
Ohio; Unidentified portraits
–The World’s Standard Woodworking Machinery- J.A. Fay & Egan Co. / George Buckland family ephemera (1918-1919)

Box 9
–Religious poems and articles/obituaries/marriage announcements (ca. 1895)
–Photograph Album- Fremont, Ohio landmarks; Gen. R.P. Buckland Homestead (Fremont, Ohio) (ca. 1860s-1890s)
–Photograph Album- Fort Marion (St. Augustine, Florida); Waynesville, North Carolina; Asheville, North Carolina; Jacksonville, Florida
–Photograph Album (4) - Italy and France; England and Holland; Milan, Italy; London, England

Box 10
–Calling Cards (1880s-1890s)
–Calling Cards (n.d.)
–Wedding Invitations (ca. 1890s-1905)
–European Postcards (ca. 1900-1920s)

Box 11
–Stephen Buckland- Revolutionary War Record [See Album 6, Scrapbook 11]
–Century of Progress Chicago’s World’s Fair Pamphlets, 1934
–Forestry Building-World’s Columbian Exposition; Chicago, Illinois 1983
–Gen. Ralph Pomeroy Buckland
–“Miss Jacobi’s” School Play (cast identified on verso)
–Government Building
–Class Picture (George Buckland) (2)
–Post Cards: George Buckland (1908-1934); Grace Buckland (1905-1938); Mary Buckland (1902-1960); Charlotte Buckland (1908-1960)

Box 12 - Glass Plate Negatives
–Butcher? of 36 W.  Adams Street
–Verin Martin Cabinet
–Dishes (2)
–Patrick Henry Table-T. Frederick Davis
–Pitcher (2)
–Bourdin Clock
–Table, 36 W. Adams Street
–Bourdin Clock and table
–John Randolph Table
–Cabinet of China (2)
–Alaskan Totem Pole (2)
–Wedgewood Jugs and Cup

Box 13 - Books
–Silhouette, 1926, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA
–The Silhouette, 1927, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA
–The Twenty-Four Books of the Holy Scriptures
–The Book of Psalms
–Rose in Bloom, A Sequel to Eight Cousins by Louisa M. Alcott, 1906, Boston
–Little Men: Life at Plumfield with Jo’s Boys, by Louisa M. Alcott, 1904, Boston
–Hero Stories of the Old Testament, 1913, Milwaukee, Wis.
–Les Adventures De Charlot…, by Alfred De Brėhat, Paris
–Under The Lilacs, by Louisa M. Alcott, 1899, Boston
–Jo’s Boys, and How They Turned Out, a sequel to “Little Men”, by Louisa M. Alcott, 1903, Boston
–Eight Cousins, or Aunt-Hill, by Louisa M. Alcott, 1906, Boston
–Little Women, by Louisa M. Alcott, 1903, Boston
–Signs and Seasons, by John Burroughs, 1889
–The Elson Basic Readers, Book Two, by William H. Elson and William S. Gray, 1931
–Geology and Mineralogy by Rev. William Buckland, D.D., 1841, Philadelphia
–Natural Theology: or, Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of The Deity”, by William Paley, D.D., 1880
–The Holy Bible, 1871
–The Holy Bible, 1841
–The Baronetage of England, June 1804, London
–The Book of Common Prayer, 1929, New York
–The Political Works, of John Greenleaf Whittier, 1868, Boston
–David Copperfield, Charles Dickens, 1958
–Pansies and Water-Lillies, by Louisa M. Alcott, 1902, Boston
–What is Worth While, by Anna Robertson Brown, 1897, New York
–New Primary Arithmetic, John H. Walsh, 1905, Boston
–Easy Lessons for the Little Ones at Home
–Bible Pictures and Their Stories, by Susanna G. Fisher, 1930
–McGuffey’s Eclectic Primer, 1896
–History of Norwich, Connecticut, by Frances Manwaring Caulkins, 1866
–The Society of the Founders of Norwich, June 1908
–Notes on Persons and Places in the Ancient Town of Norwich in Connecticut, 1909

Box 14 - Books
–Two Little Friends in Norway, by Margaret Sidney
–Deutfch fur Unfanger, by W. D. Zinnecker, Ph.D.
–Of the Imitation of Christ, by Thomas A. Kempis
–American Military Biography Containing the Lives, Characters, and Anecdotes of the Officers of the Revolution… 1825
–The Story of the Odyssey, by Rev. Alfred J. Church, M.A., 1908, New York
–English Surnames, An Essay on Family Nomenclature…, by Mark Antony Lower, M.A.
–Joshua, A Story of Biblical Times, by Georg Ebers, 1890, New York
–Treize, par Victor Hugo, New York
–The New Baronetage of England… June 1804, London
–The ‘Old Northwest’ Genealogical Quarterly, 1898, Columbus, Ohio
–The Story of the Rocks, Fourteen Weeks in Popular Geology, by J. Dorman Steele
–Elements of Heraldry, by William H. Whitmore, 1866, Boston
–The Antiquities of Heraldry, by William Smith Ellis, Esq., 1869, London
–Snow-Bound; Among the Hills Songs of Labor; and Other Poems, by John G. Whittier
–Yearbook of Agriculture 1932
–Stories of American Life and Adventure, by Edward Eggleston
–The Silent Readers, by William D. Lewis, Albert L. Rowland, Ethel H. Gehres
–Valuable Musical Works
–Church Psalmist; or Psalms and Hymns
–The Power of the Will or Success, by H. Risborough Sharman, 1896, Boston
–The Sacred Harp, A Collection of Church Music, by Lowell Mason, 1836
–Fables de La Fontaine, 1878
–The Sabbath-School Bell, Cincinnati
–Pronouncing Musical Dictionary, by H.A. Clarke, 1886, Philadelphia
–The Sunday School Service and Tune Book, by John C. Hollister, 1863
–The One Hundred and One Best Songs for Home, School and Meeting
–Official Handbook of Exhibits in the Division of the Basic Sciences, 1934 Chicago
–Illustrated Guide to Savannah Georgia, 1917
–Masterpieces of Piano Music

Box 15 - Books
–Descendants of John Williams of Newbury and Haverhill, Mass. 1600-1674, 1925, Chicago
– Home Needlework, 1899, Florence, MA.
–Geology and Mineralogy, by Rev. William Buckland ,D.D., 1837, Philadelphia
–Essai Historique et Critique sur LaRevolution Francaise, 1815, Paris
–The Everyday Song Book, 1927, Chicago
–The Genealogy of the Existing Brush Peerage, by Edmund Lodge, Esq., 1832, London
–County Pioneer Historical Association and Historical Society, Yearbook for the Years 1923 and 1924, Fremont, OH
–Transactions of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, 1839, Cincinnati
–Little Bo-Peep and Other Good Stories, Philadelphia
–Ful-O-Pep Poultry Book for 1924, Chicago
–1894 Rules and Regulations of the Police Department
–The Peerage of England, Vol. I, 1741, London
–The Peerage of England, Vol. III, 1741, London
–Vanity Fair, by William M. Thackeray, 1871, Philadelphia
–The Child’s World, First Reader, by Sarah Withers, Hetty S. Browne, W. K. Tate
–Ainsworth’s Dictionary, English and Latin, by Thomas Morell, D.D., 1829, Philadelphia
–History of Windham County, Connecticut, Vol. II, by Ellen D. Larned, 1880
–The Grand Hotel, LTD., Guide Book for Yokohama and Immediate Vicinity, by N. Amenomori
–The Handbook of Herladry, by John E. Cussans, 1869, London
–The House of the Seven Gables, by Nathaniel Hawthorne” by Clyde Furst, 1917, New York
–Wild Flowers We Know, by Thornton W. Burgess, 1929, Racine, WI.
–Wild Flowers We Should Know, by Thornton W. Burgess, 1919, Racine, WI.

Box 16 - Books
–Round the Year, by Arthur I. Gates and Miriam Blanton Huber, 1937, New York (French Primary School)
–Everyday Classics First Reader, by Fannie Wyche Dunn, Franklin T. Baker, Ashley H. Thorndike, 1925, New York (French Primary School- 2 copies)
–Yearbook of the Unites States Department of Agriculture 1916
–Atlantic Classics Second Series, Boston
–Recollections of a Lifetime, by General Roeliff Brinkerhoff, 1900, Cincinnati
–An Abridgement of Guillim Heraldry, Vol II, by Samuel Kent, 1823, London
–The Key to the Golden Islands, by Carita Doggett Corse, 1931, Chapel Hill, NC
–Liturgy for the Use of the Church at King’s Chapel, Boston, 1811
–The Peerage of England; Vol. IV, by Arthur Collins, Esq., 1741, London
–The Book of Common Prayer
–History of Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, by Jacob Abbott, 1878, New York
–Lady Jane, by Mrs. C.V. Jamison, 1906, New York
–The ‘Old Northwest’ Genealogical Quarterly, 1899, Vol. II, 1899, Columbus, OH
–Heraldry: Ancient and Modern, by S. T. Aveling, 1891, London and New York
–The Curio, An Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Sept. 1887, to Feb. 1888

Box 17- Books
–The Coit Family; or the Descendants of John Coit, by Rev. F.W. Chapman, 1874, Hartford
–The Dream Bag, by Winifred Agnes Haldane, 1904, Chicago
–Tales and Verses of Long Ago, 1894, New York
–Webster’s New World Dictionary of the American Language
–Oracle 1923, Duval High School, Jacksonville, FL
–The Oracle Annual of Andrew Jackson High School, 1932
–The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Florida, May 1939
–The Berlitz Self-Teacher: French, New York
–Holidays at Roselands, by Martha Finley, New York
–Neuman and Baretti’s Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages, 1827, Boston
–Speeches and Addresses of William McKinley, From March 1, 1897 to May 30, 1900, New York
–The Mayflower Descendant, 1899, Boston
–United States Department of Agriculture Yearbook 1922, 1923, Washington
–Messages of the Presidents of the United States from the formation of the general government, down to the close of the administration of President Van Buren; concluding with the inaugural address of President W. H. Harrison, 1841, Columbus
–Stories from English History, by Albert F. Baisdell
–The School Song Book; Student Edition

Box 18 - Books
–The Life of George Washington in Words of One Syllable, by Josephine Pollard, New York
–Century of American Literature and the Lives and Portraits of our Favorite Authors
–The Animal Kingdom, by S.G. Goodrich
–The Blennerhassett Papers, embodying the Private Journal of Harman Blennerhassett, by William H. Safford, 1891, Cincinnati
–History of Windham County, Connecticut, Vol. I, 1600-1760, by Ellen D. Larned, 1874, Worcester, MA
–The Story of San Michele, by Axel Munthe, New York
–The Natural Method Readers – A Second Reader, by Hannah T. McManus and John H. Haaren
–Essentials of Algebra for Secondary Schools, by Webster Wells, S.B.
–Silas Marner, The Weaver of Raveloe, by George Eliot
–The Leffingwell Record, 1637-1897; 1897, New York
–A Treasury of Stephen Foster, New York
–Geology and Mineralogy, by Rev. William Buckland, D.D., 1841, Philadelphia

Box 19 - Books
–Appletons’ Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vols. I – V”, edited by James Grant Wilson and John Fiske, 1888, New York
–Higher Geography, by Alexis Everett Frye

Sheet Music:
“Winner’s Eureka Method for the Guitar…”, 1891, Boston
“Schirmer’s Library of Musical Classics, Chopin Waltzes for the Piano”, 1939
“Schirmer’s Library, Vol. 482, Kuhner, The School of Etudes for the Pianist”, 1898, Boston
“The National Anthems of the Allies”, 1917
“First Pedal Studies for the Piano”, n.d.
“Berens, The Cultivation of the Left Hand…Piano”, n.d.
“Harry Alexander Matthews, A Frolic, Mazurka for Piano”, 1910
“Sunny Side Up”, 1929, N.Y.
“Carolina Sweetheart, Waltz”, 1925, N.Y.
“When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob Bobbin Along”, 1926, N.Y.
“Enid Waltz”, 1919, N.Y.
“The Rose of No Man’s Land”, 1918, N.Y.
“Smiles”, 1917, Chicago
“My Hawaii, You’re Calling Me”, 1917, Seattle
“The Remick Mandolin & Guitar Collection”, 1918
“Florida”, 1925, N.Y.
“Chiquita”, 1928, N.Y.
“My Ohio Home”, 1927, N.Y.
“Lucky Lindy”, 1927, N.Y.
“Melrose official University Song Book”, 1943, N.Y.
“Way Down Yonder in New Orleans”, 1922, N.Y.
“Mazie”, 1921, N.Y.
“You Know You Belong to Somebody Else”, 1922, N.Y.

Box 20 - Books
“The Holy Bible”, Vol. I, 1849, Philadelphia
“Miscellanea Genealogica et Herladica”, edited by Joseph Jackson Howard, LL.D., F.S.A., Vols. I – IV, 1884, London
“The Silhouette, 1924”, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA
“Silhouette, 1925”, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA

Clothing
Transferred to the Museum


LH-424 Addenda

Ac.5972

Box 21
Galleys of publication by Dwight Huntington, 1898
"In Brush, Sedge, and Stubble: A picture Book of the Shooting - Fields and Feathered Game of North America"
Watercolor of landscape scenes, n.d. and unsigned, but believed to be the works of Dwight W. Huntington