54.13 linear ft. (125 file boxes, 2 cartons, 2 oversize boxes; 2 oversize volumes, 4 oversize folders, and vertical files)
The Casey family papers (MS008) reflect the life and work of the Casey family of Saunderstown, Rhode Island, and life at the Casey farm. The papers cover topics such as family history, trade, and agricultural activities. Additional material includes Thomas Lincoln Casey's (1831-1896) professional papers relating to his work on the Washington Monument; the Thomas Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress; the State, War, and Naval Building; and other structures in the District of Columbia. The collection includes art work, correspondence, ephemera and objects, financial records, genealogical and biographical material, inventories, legal documents, military records, photographic material, printed material, scrapbooks, and site plans and drawings.