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Formal title:
Collection of Newport, R.I. deeds
Extent:
0.1 linear feet (1 folder)
Date range:
1731-1835 (bulk 1761-1800)
Abstract:
Deeds, receipts, memos, and plat maps concerning land in Newport, Rhode Island, particularly on Thames Street.
Repository:
Redwood Library and Athenaeum
Collection call no:
RLC.Ms.574
Formal title:
Collection of Redwood family papers
Extent:
1.8 linear feet (1 half document case, 1 flat box)
Date range:
1710-1999 and undated (bulk 1729-1796)
Abstract:
This collection consists of letters, legal documents, accounts, family histories, and other papers related to the Redwood family and its descendants, particularly Abraham Redwood (1709-1788), the founder of the Redwood Library and Athenaeum.
Repository:
Redwood Library and Athenaeum
Collection call no:
RLC.Ms.029
Formal title:
Colt Family Papers
Extent:
100.25 linear feet
Date range:
1793-1961
Abstract:
This extensive collection focuses on the life of Samuel Pomeroy Colt (1852-1921) who lived most of his life in Bristol, Rhode Island. Colt was an active lawyer, politician, businessman, and philanthropist. Of particular interest in the collection are the personal records of Colt and his family, Colt's financial and business records, and the records of his political life and legal practice. The collection also contains several photographs, maps, and blueprints. The study of this collection reveals much about the political, social, and economic history of late nineteenth and early twentieth century Rhode Island.
Repository:
University of Rhode Island Library
Collection call no:
Mss. Gr. 78
Formal title:
Constitutional Convention Constitution of the United States: Papers Relating to Adoption by the State of Rhode Island
Extent:
0.46 cubic feet other
Date range:
1785-1790
Abstract:
The Constitutional Convention Constitution of the United States: Papers Relating to Adoption by the State of Rhode Island consist of papers relating to the adoption of the United States Constitution by Rhode Island.
Repository:
Rhode Island State Archives
Collection call no:
C#238
Formal title:
D'Wolf Family papers
Extent:
20 cubic feet
Date range:
1786-1880 (bulk 1790-1840)
Abstract:
The D'Wolf family of Bristol, Rhode Island became Bristol's most prominent family in the period after the Revolutionary war, initially engaging in maritime businesses that include the slave trade, privateering, and whaling. They branched out into many fields that eventually included a rum distillery, banking, an insurance company, a textile factory and sugar and coffee plantations in Cuba. Members of the family assumed positions of political leadership including John, who served in the State Legislature and became a judge, and James, who became a United States Senator.
Repository:
Bristol Historical & Preservation Society
Collection call no:
D'Wolf Family Papers
Formal title:
James DeWolf papers
Extent:
.63 linear feet
Date range:
1796-1832 (bulk 1810-1815)
Abstract:
This collection contains correspondence, legal documents, and financial accounts regarding the privateering activities of the Brig Yankee during the War of 1812.
Repository:
Redwood Library and Athenaeum
Collection call no:
RLC.Ms.015
Formal title:
Nathan Fellows Dixon Family papers
Extent:
6.0 Linear feet
Date range:
1721-1938 (bulk 1825-1900)
Abstract:
The Nathan Fellows Dixon Family Papers consist of letters, legal documents, personal and political memorabilia and photographs relating to the Dixon Family of Westerly, Rhode Island. The bulk of the papers date from 1825 to 1900, with some pre-Revolutionary as well as twentieth-century documents included. The majority represent the domestic and political lives of three generations of men named Nathan Fellows Dixon, all of whom served in the United States Congress.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
Ms.2006.04
Formal title:
Thomas Wilson Dorr Papers
Extent:
600 items
Date range:
1790-1897 (bulk 1826-1854)
Abstract:
The Dorr Papers consist of approximately 600 letters, speeches, notes, drafts, pamphlets, clippings and other items for the period 1826-1854. Thomas Wilson Dorr (1805-1854) was the central figure in the Dorr Rebellion of 1842. The papers include material pertaining to the equal suffrage movement, electoral politics, legislative apportionment, state militia, banking, and the adoption of a state constitution in Rhode Island.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
Ms.Dorr
Formal title:
Drowne family papers
Extent:
10 linear feet (ca. 2800 items)
Date range:
1728-1936 (bulk 1750-1885)
Abstract:
The Drowne family papers encompass the correspondence and documents of several generations of an old and distinguished Rhode Island family, with the bulk of the materials consisting of writings and other materials pertaining to the life of Solomon Drowne, M.D. (1753-1834).
Repository:
Brown University Library
Collection call no:
Ms. Drowne
Formal title:
Elisha Reynolds Potter Papers
Extent:
2.5 linear feet
Date range:
1798-1879
Abstract:
This collection contains some of the papers of Elisha Reynolds Potter, a notable nineteenth century public servant from Kingston, Rhode Island. Potter made his mark as a teacher, a lawyer, an elected official, and an educational reformer.
Repository:
University of Rhode Island Library
Collection call no:
Mss. Gr. 12

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