COLLECTION GUIDES

1535-1957

Guide to the Microfilm Edition


Collection Summary

Abstract

This collection consists of the papers of the Lee family, primarily the correspondence, writings, and business records of Henry Lee (1782-1867) and Henry Lee, Jr. (1817-1898).

Biographical Sketch

Henry Lee (1782-1867) was a prosperous India merchant and free-trade economist and publicist. His wife was Mary Jackson Lee (1783-1860). Henry Lee, Jr. (1817-1898), the son of Henry Lee and Mary Jackson Lee, was a banker, theatrical entrepreneur, and political reformer who served as military aide-de-camp to Massachusetts Civil War Governor John Albion Andrew.

Collection Description

This collection consists of the personal papers of the Lee family, primarily the correspondence, writings, and business records of Henry Lee (1782-1867) and his son Henry Lee, Jr. (1817-1898). Other members of the Lee family and the related Jackson family represented in the collection are: Mary Jackson Lee (1783-1860), Jonathan Jackson (1743-1810), Patrick Tracy Jackson (1780-1847), Francis Lowell Lee (1823-1886), Joseph Lee (1744-1831), Joseph Lee, Jr. (1770-1845), Thomas Lee (1741-1830), Thomas Lee, Jr. (1779-1867), and Henry Lee Shattuck (1879-1971).

Among the many subjects covered in the correspondence and writings are: free trade, the War of 1812, banking and currency, cotton manufacture, theater, the Civil War, civil service reform, the United States Census of 1790, the Free Trade Convention of 1831, and the Massachusetts militia. Prominent correspondents include: John A. Andrew, Albert Gallatin, Edwin L. Godkin, Robert Y. Hayne, George Frisbie Hoar, Frances Anne Kemble, Abbott Lawrence, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Robert Gould Shaw.

The bound volumes in the collection include business records, primarily account books, ledgers, and letterbooks of various family firms containing information on the Indian, European, South American, West Indian, and China trades. Among the other volumes are personal journals and scrapbooks.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Mrs. Frederick C. Shattuck, 1919.

Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Loose manuscripts, 1535-1957

For a list of all correspondents in this series, as well as the names of select individuals and subjects of historical significance in the collection, see the index.

A. Correspondence, 1535-1934

Arranged chronologically.

This bulk of this subseries consists of the correspondence of Henry Lee, Mary Jackson Lee, and Henry Lee, Jr. Some of the well-known Lee correspondents are Albert Gallatin, John C. Calhoun, Robert Y. Hayne, Abbott Lawrence, Charles Francis Adams, Jr., John A. Andrew, E.L. Godkin, George Frisbie Hoar, Frances Anne (Fanny) Kemble, and Henry Cabot Lodge.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 1
Undated

Correspondence from Lizzie Cabot and Lizzie H. Howland. Subjects include poems, religious proverbs, accounts of the holdings of Henry Lee, and the genealogy of the Caleb Davis and Jones families.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 2
Undated

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr., Fanny Kemble, John A. Lowell, Emily Russell, George C. Shattuck, and Henry Lee. Also included is a letter from Fanny Searle to Ann Bromfield concerning Madame de Stael. Subjects include the wardrobe of Fanny Kemble; the recantation of Benjamin Towne, a Philadelphia publisher who printed for the British for a time during the Revolutionary War; and the genealogies of the Shattuck and Winthrop families.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 3
1535-1672

Includes deeds, wills, and other legal documents pertaining to Edmund Lee, Thomas Hungerford, Eliza and John Griffing, and John Lee. Also includes a drawing of the Lee family coat of arms.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 4
1675-1699

Includes deeds and legal documents of John Lee and Joseph Lee.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 5
1703-1770

Includes deeds, wills, and other legal documents of Joseph Lee, Henry Lee, Thomas Lee, Woodis Lee, and Samuel Scarlett. Also contains a catalog of the books of Judge Samuel Sewall.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 6
1735-1749

Includes deeds, wills, and other legal documents of Joseph Lee, Israel Rumblemash alias Pomhammon, Joseph White, John Cabot, and Thomas Lee.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 7
1750-1769

Correspondents include William Bollan, Joseph Lee, and Henry and Thomas Bromfield. Subjects include parliamentary laws pertaining to the sugar and molasses trade and reinsurance. Also includes deeds, wills, and other legal documents of Timothy Orne, Edmund Quincy, Joseph Cabot, and Elizabeth Cabot, as well as a list of deacons for the Church of Christ, Concord, Mass., ca. 1670-1790.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 8
1771-1778

Correspondence from Andrew Newell and Henry Crouch. Subjects include the bombardment of Boston, March 1776, the "enforced pilgrimage" of Governor Thomas Hutchinson, and the shipping trade of Joseph Lee & Co. Deeds, wills, and other legal documents of Joseph Lee, Elizabeth Cabot, and George Gardner, as well as royal documents approving a Superior Court for the Massachusetts Bay Colony, 17 Feb. 1773.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 9
1782-1783

Correspondence from John A. Lowell and Benjamin Lincoln. Subjects include the choice of Jonathan Jackson as a delegate to Congress, 1782, and American imports and exports. Various legal documents and business accounts of George Cabot, Joseph Lee, and William Colman.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 10
Jan.-May 1784

Correspondence from Charles Jarvis and Jonathan Jackson. Subjects include commercial and political relations between Great Britain and the United States.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 11
June-Aug. 1784

Correspondence from Jonathan Jackson. Subjects include commercial and political matters in Great Britain. Also includes a bank certificate of Thomas Lee.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 12
1785-1786

Correspondence from Jonathan Jackson, Elias Smith, Rufus King, and Thomas Russell. Subjects include French and Spanish commerce with the United States, Thomas Jefferson's negotiations with France on the tobacco trade, and the weakness of the Articles of Confederation on commercial and financial matters.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 13
Jan.-June 1787

Includes bills, invoices, and receipts of Joseph Lee & Co., Lee & Cabot, and Jackson & Higginson, as well as delivery orders for the brig Betsy.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 14
July-Aug. 1787

Includes bills, invoices, cargo lists, and receipts of Lee & Cabot and Jackson & Higginson.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 15
Sep.-Dec. 1787

Correspondents include Robert and Richard Mercer, John Burke, and Jonathan Sewall. Subjects include the voyage and transactions of the Betsy and the schooner Volant. The letter of Sewall, a banished British loyalist, 21 Sep. 1787, discusses John Adams and life in Nova Scotia.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 16
1788

Correspondents include John Burke and John A. Lowell. Subjects include the wreck of the Betsy off Jamaica. Cargo lists, an account of losses and a list of salvaged and sold goods of the Betsy, and the will of Patrick Tracy.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 17
1789

Correspondents include Richard Clarke, Andrew Cabot, John A. Lowell, and Mary Jackson. Subjects include the estate of Elizabeth Cabot and the apparent recovery from illness of King George and his resumption of power.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 18
1790-1791

Correspondence from Jonathan Jackson and Tobias Lear. Subjects include the taking of the census in the district of Massachusetts under the direction of Marshal Jonathan Jackson.

Reel 1Box 1Folder 19
1792-1799

Correspondence from John A. Lowell, Mary Jackson, and John Quincy Adams. Subjects covered in the Adams letter to John Gardner, 25 Apr. 1796, are life and politics in Great Britain and the political prospects of the Federalist party in America.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 1
1800-1802

Correspondence from Jonathan Jackson, Elizabeth C. Lowell, Mary Jackson, and Patrick Tracy Jackson. Will and inventory of the property of Joseph Lee.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 2
1803-1804

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Elizabeth C. Lowell, Mary Jackson, and Jonathan Jackson. Subjects include the heart ailment of Henry Lee and the social life of Boston.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 3
1805-1808

Correspondence from Mary Jackson, Ambrose Clarke, and Thomas Handasyd Perkins. Subjects include Boston social matters and Federalist politics. Perkins's letter to Woodbury Storer, 26 Apr. 1808, discusses the Massachusetts Senatorial vote and Federalist legislative strength.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 4
1809

Correspondence from Richard Cranch, John Adams, Henry Lee, and John Bromfield. Subjects include the Quincy family genealogy, as well as British-American political difficulties, Napoleon's defeat in Europe, and their effects on international trade. Also discussed are the China and India trades.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 5
1810

Correspondence from John Bromfield and Thomas Lee. Subjects include the death of Jonathan Jackson, cotton, silk, and the China trade.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 6
1811

Correspondence from John Bromfield, Thomas Lee, E.A. Newton, and Henry Higginson. Subjects include the India trade and the Latin American trade. Also includes business accounts and agreements of Joseph Lee, Jr., Henry Lee, and Henry Higginson.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 7
Jan.-May 1812

Correspondence from James Lloyd, Henry Lee, Samuel Yorke, and James Schott. Subjects include the commercial policies of Albert Gallatin and the American government, the prospect of war with England, business reverses, and the India trade.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 8
June-Sep. 1812

Correspondence from Henry Lee. Subjects include life and trade in Calcutta and the care of the first Lee child. Lee wrote from the brig Reaper, upon which he served as supercargo.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 9
Oct.-Dec. 1812

Correspondence from Henry Lee and James Lloyd. Subjects include the care of Mary Cabot Lee and the prospects for trade in the event of British-American hostilities. Invoices for items on the Reaper.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 10
1812-1816

Journal of Mary Jackson Lee during the five-year residence of Henry Lee in Calcutta. Subjects include Lee family matters, Boston social life, religious reflections of Mary Jackson Lee, the appointment of Edward Everett as minister of the Brattle Street Church, and the politics of war and peace with Britain as seen in Boston.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 11
Jan.-Mar. 1813

Correspondence from Henry Lee to Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include the war policy of James Madison, Tsar Alexander, Napoleon and turmoil in Europe, the opium trade, and life in Calcutta.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 12
Apr.-July 1813

Correspondence from Henry Lee to Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include Lee business plans, Napoleon's campaign in Russia, Lee's despair over Madison's continued prosecution of the War of 1812, and activities of the English Missionary Society in India.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 13
Aug.-Dec. 1813

Correspondence from Henry Lee to Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include Madison's policies in regard to trade and the war in Europe. Accounts of goods from the brig Reaper.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 14
1814

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Patrick Tracy Jackson, and Christopher Gore. Subjects include America's foreign trade, the Russian War, and the proposed taxation of cotton and other goods manufactured in New England.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 15
1815-1816

Correspondence from Mary Jackson Lee to Henry Lee. Subjects include Lee business and Lowell family matters.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 16
1817-1818

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Henry Higginson, and Richard Clarke Cabot. Subjects include Lee family matters, the China trade, and the India trade.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 17
Jan.-June 1819

Correspondence from William C. Gowen; William Rollins; Grant, Pillans & Co.; Reed, Bell & De Yongh; and Palmer, Wilson & Co. Subjects include the sale of India piece goods in Leghorn, Havre, and Hamburg.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 18
July-Aug. 1819

Correspondence from Steiglitz & Co.; Reed, Bell & De Yongh; Solomon Towne; and Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include the market for East India goods in St. Petersburg, Palermo, Amsterdam, and Leghorn, as well as Lee family matters.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 19
Sep.-Dec. 1819

Correspondence from Grant, Pillans & Co.; Reed, Bell & De Yongh; Palmer, Wilson & Co.; Steiglitz & Co.; and Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include the East India trade in Leghorn, Havana, St. Petersburg, and Smyrna, as well as Lee family matters.

Reel 2Box 2Folder 20
1820

Correspondence from Henry Lee and Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include East India trade, the Lee and Lowell family, and church matters. Short history of trade between the United States and Bengal, 1783-1820, prepared by Henry Lee for a committee studying duty rates.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 1
1821

Correspondence from Mary Jackson Lee, James Jackson, and Henry Lee. Subjects include the Lee children, Boston social life, and the sale of indigo.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 2
1822-1825

Correspondence from Henry Lee and Joseph Willard. Subjects include Lee family and legal matters. Insurance policy agreements of Thomas Lee.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 3
1826-1827

Correspondence from Henry Lee and Joseph Willard. Subjects include the sale of Lee farm property and Henry Lee's "Boston Report," an exposition for fee trade and an attack on the protectionist "American System." A fragment of a letter from Benjamin Waterhouse to John Quincy Adams, 9 May 1827, discusses the Jonathan Sewall letter of 1787 (Box 1, Folder 15).

Reel 3Box 3Folder 4
1828-1829

Correspondence from George McDuffie, William Huskisson, Henry Lee, William C. Preston, and Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include the "Boston Report," a young Thomas Tunno Forbes as agent for Perkins & Sons in China, and Boston social life.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 5
1830

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Mary Jackson Lee, George McDuffie, and Clement C. Biddle. Subjects include Lee family matters and Boston social life. Biddle letter to McDuffie, 10 June 1830, is a lengthy discussion of government disbursements and political economy. Inventory of the property of Thomas Lee.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 6
1831

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Robert Y. Hayne, Condy Raguet, Clement C. Biddle, Theodore Sedgwick, and Albert Gallatin. Subjects include the Free Trade Convention of 1831, the publication of a free trade journal, and the memorial to Congress on the tariff presented by Gallatin with statistical data supplied by Lee.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 7
1832

Correspondence from Robert Y. Hayne, Theodore Sedgwick, Henry Lee, Jr., Mary Jackson Lee, D.G. Ingraham, William P. Preble, and Abbott Lawrence. Subjects include the continuing tariff debate, indemnity for ships destroyed in the bombardment of Antwerp, 1830, and Henry Lee, Jr., at Harvard.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 8
1833

Correspondence from Clement C. Biddle, John C. Calhoun, Mary Jackson Lee, and Mary C. Higginson. Subjects include the anti-tariff movement, the circulation of the anti-tariff Examiner, and Henry Lee, Jr., at Harvard. Harvard term bills and other documents.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 9
1834

Correspondence from Mary Jackson Lee, J.W. Tudor Gardiner, and Susan C. Jackson. Subjects include Lee and Jackson family matters and Henry Lee, Jr., at Harvard. Will of Thomas Lee and Harvard documents.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 10
1835

Correspondence from Mary Jackson Lee, William C. Russel, Patrick Tracy Jackson, George Bemis, and F. Octavius Prince. Subjects include difficulties of Henry Lee, Jr., at Harvard, methods of instruction at Harvard, and Lee family matters.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 11
1836

Correspondence from George Bemis, Henry Lee, William C. Aylwin, Mary Jackson Lee, and William N. Habersham. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr., at Harvard, the principles of business partnership, the Amoskeag Co., and Lee and Lowell family matters.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 12
Jan.- July 1837

Correspondence from William N. Habersham, Henderson Inches, Jr., Henry Lee, Jr., S.J. Gardner, and S.G. Dana. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr., in the Lee countinghouse, the Habershams and the social life of Savannah, and the worsening of American economic conditions. Invoices for books purchased by Henry Lee, Jr., and notes on Calhoun's "currency notions."

Reel 3Box 3Folder 13
Aug.-Dec. 1837

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr., Waldo Higginson, William Minot, Jr., William N. Habersham, and James B. Higginson. Subjects include a road survey in rural Georgia, Boston social life, and the state of the silk piece markets.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 14
1838

Correspondence from Henry Lee and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include the coffee trade, the Independent Company of Cadets, and Henry Lee, Jr.'s voyage to Rio de Janeiro as supercargo. Will of Henry Lee, Jr.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 15
Jan. 1839

Correspondence from George Bemis, Mary Jackson Lee, Henry Lee, Anna Dwight, Mary Higginson, Charles H. Parker, and Charles C. Paine. Subjects include Boston social life and the coffee trade.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 16
Feb. 1839

Correspondence from Francis H. Jackson, Susan C. Jackson, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., and Henry Lee. Subjects include Boston social life (assemblies at Papanti's), Lee family business, and the coffee trade.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 17
Mar.-Apr. 1839

Correspondence from William Minot, Jr., Henry Lee, Mary Jackson Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., and William S. Bullard. Subjects include life in Smyrna, Boston social life, Henry Lee, Jr., in New Orleans, and Bullard & Lee business concerns. Bullard & Lee agreement, 3 Apr. 1839.

Reel 3Box 3Folder 18
May-Dec. 1839

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., Mary Jackson Lee, Waldo Higginson, William Minot, Jr., and William N. Habersham. Subjects include particulars of the Bullard & Lee connection, Henry Lee, Jr., in St. Louis and Cincinnati, Boston social life, and William Minot's thoughts on Rome and travel as education. Appointment of Henry Lee, Jr., to the Massachusetts militia.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 1
Jan.-Apr. 1840

Correspondence from William M. Gouge, William N. Habersham, Henry J. Bigelow, Henry Lee, William S. Bullard, Edward Austin, Clement C. Biddle, and Edward Everett. Subjects include American banking and currency, the retirement of Henry Lee, Boston social life, and a description of Havana.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 2
May-July 1840

Correspondence from Francis H. Jackson, Henry Lee, Edward A. Tappan, George W. Phillips, and William N. Habersham. Subjects include elections and other matters relating to the Massachusetts militia, the retirement of Henry Lee, and the marriage of W.N. Habersham.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 3
Aug.-Dec. 1840

Correspondence from Edward A. Tappan, George W. Phillips, William N. Habersham, William M. Gouge, Mary Jackson Lee, and Francis H. Jackson. Subjects include the Massachusetts militia, the acclamation of the majority of Emperor Don Pedro II of Brazil, William Henry Harrison, and the politics of banking and currency. Commission of Henry Lee, Jr., as lieutenant in the Massachusetts militia.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 4
1841

Correspondence from Mary Jackson Lee, Clement C. Biddle, Henry Lee, Jr., Francis Cunningham, and John T. Heard. Subjects include Lee family finances, John Tyler, and the politics of free trade and currency. Abstract of a journal of the schooner Ariel.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 5
Jan.-Apr. 1842

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Gardiner Howland Shaw, Henry Lee, Jr., Mary Jackson Lee, Hannah L. Jackson, William Minot, Jr., William S. Bullard, and Francis Lowell Lee. Subjects include a European trip of Henry Lee, Jr., 1842-1843, his description of New York, his ocean voyage (on which he met Washington Irving), Bullard & Lee business, Lee family matters, and Boston social life. Typewritten notes on Francis Lowell Lee and other correspondents. European itinerary of Henry Lee, Jr., 1842-1843.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 6
May 1842

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr., Mary Jackson Lee, Hannah L. Jackson, William S. Bullard, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., and Charles H. Parker. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr., in England, his travels with Washington Irving, Bullard & Lee business, Lee family matters, and Boston social life. Typewritten notes on Bostonians referred to in family correspondence.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 7
June 1842

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., Francis L. Lee, Mary C. Higginson, Harriet J. Lee, and Richard Sullivan, Jr. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr.'s impressions of Scotland, the "Oxford Cap War" at Harvard as described by Francis L. Lee, and Lee family matters. Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 8
July 1842

Correspondence from William S. Bullard, Gardiner Howland Shaw, Mary Jackson Lee, Francis L. Lee, Hannah L. Jackson, Richard Sullivan, Jr., and Charles H. Parker. Subjects include Bullard & Lee business, Lee family matters, Harvard, and Boston social life. Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 9
Aug. 1842

Correspondence from Hannah L. Jackson, Mary Jackson Lee, Henry Lee, William S. Bullard, Mary E. Dwight, Richard Sullivan, Jr., William Minot, Jr., and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include Lee family matters, Bullard & Lee business, Boston social and political life (Everett's speeches and Dickens's impressions of America), Tyler, Congress and the tariff, Henry Lee, Jr., in Europe and his visit with Henry Wadsworth Longfellow at Marienberg, and a water-cure on the Rhine. Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 10
Sep. 1842

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr., Samuel Andrews, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., Mary Jackson Lee, Henry J. Bigelow, Samuel Parkman, Harriet J. Lee, and Francis Boyd. Subjects include Lee family matters, Boston social life, the Massachusetts militia, Henry Lee, Jr., in Europe and his thoughts on Dickens's view of America, Daniel Webster, and the tariff. Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 11
Oct. 1842

Correspondence from Mary Jackson Lee, Charles H. Parker, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., and Francis L. Lee. Subjects include the Massachusetts militia, Francis L. Lee at Harvard, Lee family matters, and Boston social life. Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 12
Nov. 1842

Correspondence from Francis L. Lee, William S. Bullard, Henry Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., Charles A. Welch, Harriet J. Lee, and Thomas Lamb. Subjects include Lee family matters, Francis L. Lee at Harvard, Henry Lee, Jr., in Paris, Bullard & Lee business, Boston social life, Thanksgiving, and the New England convention of the committee relating to United States navigation. Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 4Box 4Folder 13
Dec. 1842

Correspondence from Francis L. Lee, Mary Jackson Lee, John C. Lee, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., Joseph Lee, and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include Boston social life (the preaching of Edward Everett Hale), Henry Lee, Jr., in Europe. Letter from Joseph Lee, 30 Dec. 1842, reprimands Henry Lee, Jr., for reckless behavior in Europe. Statement of Bullard & Lee interest account with Fletcher, Alexander & Co. List of high points in Europe (best hotels, purchases, etc.) of Henry Lee, Jr. Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 1
1-20 Jan. 1843

Correspondence from William S. Bullard, Richard Sullivan, Jr., Mary Jackson Lee, Harriet J. Lee, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., Clement C. Biddle, and Charles H. Parker. Subjects include Lee family matters, Boston social life, Bullard & Lee business and the state of commercial markets, state debt, and Massachusetts under the rule of Marcus Morton and the Democratic party. Typewritten notes on correspondence.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 2
20-30 Jan. 1843

Correspondence from Francis L. Lee, Thomas W. Ward, and Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include Lee family matters, Boston social life, the American currency, and Democratic control of Massachusetts. Typewritten notes on correspondence.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 3
Feb. 1843

Correspondence from Mary Jackson Lee, Hannah L. Jackson, Francis L. Lee, Gardner Howland Shaw, and William S. Bullard. Subjects include Lee family matters, Boston social life, and Bullard & Lee commercial matters.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 4
Mar. 1843

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr., Francis H. Jackson, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., Hannah L. Jackson, Henry Lee, Mary Jackson Lee, and Francis L. Lee. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr., in Paris, Lee business concerns, and Lee and Jackson family matters (the marriage of Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr.). Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 5
Apr. 1843

Correspondence from William S. Bullard, Henry Lee, Jr., Henry Lee, Nathan Hale, Clement C. Biddle, and Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr., in Genoa, free trade and finance, the cotton market, and Henry Lee's "Letters to the Cotton Manufacturers of Massachusetts."

Reel 5Box 5Folder 6
May 1843

Correspondence from William M. Gouge, Richard Sullivan, Jr., Henry Lee, Jr., Francis L. Lee, Mary Jackson Lee, Hannah L. Jackson, and Harriet J. Lee. Subjects include Henry Lee articles on economic matters and a proposed autobiography, Henry Lee, Jr., at Naples and Pompeii, Lee family matters, and Boston social life. Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 7
June 1843

Correspondence from Mary Jackson Lee, Francis L. Lee, and Harriet J. Lee. Subjects include Lee family matters, Boston social life, and the visit of President John Tyler to Boston. Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 8
July 1843

Correspondence from Francis L. Lee, William S. Bullard, Henry Lee, Jr., William M. Gouge, Harriet J. Lee, Mary Jackson Lee, and Henry Lee. Subjects include Class Day at Harvard, the cotton and coffee trades, Henry Lee, Jr., in Italy, banking and government finances, Lee family matters, and Boston social life. Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 9
Aug. 1843

Correspondence from Francis L. Lee, Henry Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., George Bemis, Hannah L. Jackson, S.B. Russell, and Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include Lee family matters, Boston social life, Lee business concerns, railroad stock, and Henry Lee's opinion of John Tyler.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 10
Sep. 1843

Correspondence from William M. Gouge, Mary Jackson Lee, William Minot, Jr., Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., S.B. Russell, Harriet J. Lee, and Henry Lee. Subjects include Henry Lee financial articles, Lee family matters, Boston social life (Mrs. Fanny Appleton Longfellow), Lee business concerns, a manufacturing boom, railroad activity, national politics, and Francis L. Lee in Canada. Typewritten notes on family correspondence.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 11
Oct.-Dec. 1843

Correspondence from Hannah L. Jackson, Harriet J. Lee, Mary Jackson Lee, Francis L. Lee, William S. Bullard, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., Francis H. Jackson, William M. Gouge, Langdon Cheves, and Charles H. Parker. Subjects include Lee family matters, Boston social life, Bullard & Lee business, Henry Lee publications on banking and the tariff, the return from Europe of Henry Lee, Jr., and the Swedenborgian Church.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 12
Jan.-July 1844

Correspondence from William M. Gouge, Clement C. Biddle, Nathan Hale, William S. Bullard, Stephen H. Bullard, Mary Jackson Lee, Richard Sullivan, Jr., J. Elliot Cabot, and William Minot, Jr. Subjects include the inclusion of Stephen Bullard as a partner in Bullard & Lee, the cotton and silk trades, the tariff and currency, Lee family matters, and the illness of Lizzie Cabot. Articles of copartnership of William S. Bullard, Henry Lee, Jr., and Stephen H. Bullard.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 13
Aug.-Dec. 1844

Correspondence from Francis L. Lee, Mary Jackson Lee, William N. Habersham, Francis H. Jackson, Mary E. Dwight, William S. Bullard, Henry A.S. Dearborn, and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include Francis L. Lee as supercargo to Rio de Janeiro, Lee and Cabot family matters, William S. Bullard in Calcutta, and the Lee genealogy.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 14
Jan.-Sep. 1845

Correspondence from William S. Bullard, Henry Lee, Jr., Henry Lee, Francis L. Lee, and Thomas Thornely. Subjects include Francis L. Lee in Calcutta; William S. Bullard in Alexandria, Rome, and London; the Lee family arms; and the distribution of Henry Lee's economic writings to Robert Peel, William E. Gladstone, and other British political figures. Henry Lee to Gladstone, 29 Apr. 1845.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 15
Oct. 1845-1846

Correspondence from William S. Bullard, Francis L. Lee, Gordon Dexter, Henry Lee, Jr., Henry Lee, Mary Jackson Lee, and Stephen H. Bullard. Subjects include the marriage of Henry Lee, Jr., and Lizzie Cabot, the birth of their first child, Elizabeth Lee, Lee family stock transactions, and Stephen H. Bullard in Calcutta.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 16
1847

Correspondence from Mary Jackson Lee, William H. Robinson, Stephen H. Bullard, and Francis L. Lee. Subjects include Lee family matters, Bullard & Lee business in Calcutta, and Francis L. Lee in Westport, N.Y. Copy of Guizot's discussion of a political representative and his constituents from Journal des Debats with notes by Henry Lee.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 17
1848

Correspondence from Josiah Sturgis, Stephen H. Bullard, Mary Jackson Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., and Amos A. Lawrence. Subjects include the American flag, the Lee genealogy, the engagement of Francis L. Lee, State Street sidewalk alterations, the State Reform School, and Presidential politics. Newspaper clipping on Calhoun speech with notes by Henry Lee. Henry Lee accounts with Lee & Higginson.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 18
1849

Correspondence from Thomas H. Shreve, Stephen H. Bullard, Eliza S. Quincy, and Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include the movement for the emancipation of slaves in Kentucky, Bullard & Lee business, Louis Napoleon and European politics, Lee and Cabot family matters, and the birth of Henry Lee III. Lee & Higginson accounts and Henry Lee's list of expenses for 1849.

Reel 5Box 5Folder 19
1850

Correspondence from Stephen H. Bullard, Henry Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., and William S. Bullard. Subjects include Lee family stocks and property, Bullard & Lee business, European politics, and the death of Sir Robert Peel. Lee & Higginson accounts and the Cabot genealogy.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 1
Jan.-May 1851

Correspondence from Stephen H. Bullard, William S. Bullard, Henry Lee, Samuel Eliot, and George Derby. Subjects include Bullard & Lee business, William S. Bullard in Europe, Lee family finances, the Charity School on Fort Hill, and a proposed music hall for Boston.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 2
June-Oct. 1851

Correspondence from Samuel Eliot, William S. Bullard, James J. Higginson, Samuel Cabot, Stephen H. Bullard, and Clement C. Biddle. Subjects include Samuel Eliot's school, the management of the Boston Theatre, Dixwell's School, Lee and Cabot family matters, William S. Bullard in Europe, Bullard & Lee business, and political economy.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 3
Nov.-Dec. 1851

Correspondence from Stephen H. Bullard, Clement C. Biddle, and Richard C. Lewis. Subjects include Bullard & Lee business, political economy, and Lee family finances. List of stockholders of the Boston Theatre and Henry Lee accounts with Lee & Higginson.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 4
Jan.-Apr. 1852

Correspondence from Henry Lee, William E. Mayhew, Stephen H. Bullard, J.G. Dudley, and William S. Bullard. Subjects include manufacturing in Maryland and the United States, Lee family property, stock transactions, and Bullard & Lee business. Lee & Higginson accounts.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 5
May-Sep. 1852

Correspondence of Henry Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., Harrison Ritchie, Nathaniel I. Bowditch, William S. Bullard, and Hector C. Ames. Subjects include the sale of the Harrison Gray Otis estate and the dissolution of the Bullard-Lee partnership.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 6
Oct.-Dec. 1852

Correspondence from J. Ingersoll Bowditch, Henry Lee, and Mary Jackson Lee. Subjects include the Otis estate, Henry Lee, Jr., in England, Lee family matters, Boston social life, business concerns, and the money market. Lee & Higginson accounts.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 7
Jan.-Mar. 1853

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Mary Jackson Lee, J. Elliot Cabot, J. Ingersoll Bowditch, William S. Bullard, Stephen H. Bullard, and S.B. Russell. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr., in England, the standing of the United States as a civilization compared to Great Britain and Europe, Franklin Pierce, world finance, the Otis house, the Union Bank building and other real estate matters, Lee and Cabot family matters, and Boston social life. Plan for the Boston Theatre. Lee & Higginson accounts.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 8
Apr.-Aug. 1853

Correspondence from Mary Jackson Lee and H.G. Somerby. Subjects include Lee family matters, Boston social life, and the Lee genealogy. Lee & Higginson accounts.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 9
Sep.-Dec. 1853

Correspondence from Mary Jackson Lee, J. Elliot Cabot, Henry Lee, and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include the Boston Theatre, Lee family matters, Boston social life, Boston real estate, commercial debts, and British politics. Lee & Higginson accounts.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 10
1854-1855

Correspondence from Thomas Barry, Mary Jackson Lee, and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include the Boston Theatre and Lee family finances. Chart of "movements of navigation and foreign commerce in the principal commercial states." Lee & Higginson accounts.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 11
1856

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., and Louisa Waterhouse. Subjects include Lee family finances, the Boston Theatre, and the cotton market. Lee & Higginson accounts and business statements for the Boston Theatre. Contains letter from Louisa Waterhouse to Horace Mann, 27 Dec. 1856, donating books to Antioch College.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 12
Jan.-July 1857

Correspondence from Horace Mann, William Minot, Jr., William E. Mayhew, Fanny Kemble, Henry Lee, Jr., William Amory, Susan C. Jackson, and Amelia L. Holmes. Subjects include Antioch College, Lee family finances, and the Boston Theatre. Deed to property at 7 Bedford Place and Lee & Higginson accounts.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 13
Aug.-Dec. 1857

Correspondence from Robert Sears, Mary Jackson Lee, Henry Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., Charles G. Loring, and Fanny Kemble. Subjects include the emancipation of slaves, the Boston Theatre, Lee family matters, and the financial problems of Hampden Mills. Financial statements of the Boston Theatre.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 14
1858

Correspondence from Fanny Kemble, Joseph Leonard, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., Mary Jackson Lee, George S. Lyman, and Arthur T. Lyman. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr.'s investments, the Boston Theatre, and Lee family matters. Documents relating to finances of the Boston Theatre corporation.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 15
1859

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr., Daniel Appleton, Jr., and Francis Larcom. Subjects include Lee finances and the Boston Theatre. Financial documents of the Boston Theatre.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 16
Jan.-June 1860

Correspondence from Lucia M. Peabody, John Ober, Francis Larcom, W.A. Sale, Mary E. Parkman, D.G. Ingraham, and S.A. Ripley. Subjects include real estate, the schooling of Bessie Lee, the upkeep of the Lee gardens and property at Beverly Farms, the Boston Theatre, and the death of Mary Jackson Lee. Financial documents of the Boston Theatre.

Reel 6Box 6Folder 17
July-Dec. 1860

Correspondence from E.S. Dixwell, Lois L. Capen, Henry Lee, Jr., Henry Lee, David Larcom, Francis Larcom, Edward D. Sohier, Gardiner Howland Shaw, and David Sears. Subjects include the schooling of Henry Lee III, Henry Lee's remembrance of Mary Jackson Lee, the upkeep of Lee property, the Duke of Newcastle and Anglo-American relations, emancipation, and the productivity of slave and free labor. Financial documents of the Boston Theatre.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 1
Jan.-15 May 1861

Correspondence from Richard B. Hall, Nathan Matthews, D.G. Ingraham, Adam Knox, Richard Borden, A.B. Ely, John Murray Forbes, Wm. Logan Rodman, John H. Reid, and Francis Larcom. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr., as aide-de-camp to Governor John A. Andrew, Massachusetts preparations for war (the purchase of food, clothing, and arms), and the upkeep of Lee family property. Letters to Andrew concerning military personnel. Quotations from the London Spectator on the Civil War and American politics.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 2
16-29 May 1861

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr., Bernard O'Kane, George Winslow, Francis Larcom, W.F. Chapple, George Devereux, Joseph F. Paul, J.T. Fields, Charles Sumner, and Charles H. Dalton. Subjects include job seekers, food, equipment, and transportation for Massachusetts troopers, troop training conditions, and the upkeep of Lee property. Letter from Charles Sumner to Henry Lee, Jr., 25 May 1861, informs Lee that the appointment of regimental surgeons is a function of the governor. Charts and other documents relating to purchases of food, clothing, etc., for troops.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 3
June 1861

Correspondence from Thomas H. Webb, Charles Devereux, Charles R. Lowell, Jr., F.B. Crowninshield, William S. Rosecrans, J. Elliot Cabot, John Gorham Palfrey, and Fletcher Webster. Subjects include relief activities, the purchase of Enfield rifles, military commissions, troop training conditions, and Lee family matters. Statement of receipts and payments of the Boston Theatre.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 4
July-Aug. 1861

Correspondence from J. Elliot Cabot, Edward D. Sohier, William S. Tilton, Charles E. Fuller, D.N. Couch, Joseph Ricketson, J.G. Abbott, and Charles H. Dalton. Subjects include Lee family finances, military commissions, fugitive slaves, and General George McClellan and the Army of the Potomac. Orders for Massachusetts Volunteers to appear at Amherst and Harvard commencements.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 5
Sep.-10 Oct. 1861

Correspondence from Joseph Ricketson, Henry Lee Higginson, Amos A. Lawrence, Frank E. Howe, James F. Miller, J.R. Salla, W.W. Bullock, E.C. Dutton, and H.P. Curtis. Subjects include military commissions (Henry Lee Higginson), recruiting, military training, and military displays and martial music as a means to fire the patriotism of the people. Recruiting service documents.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 6
12-31 Oct. 1861

Correspondence from Amelia L. Holmes, Stephen B. Ives, Jr., John Ober, A.G. Browne, Jr., Schuyler Hamilton, Henry Lee, Jr., and Francis W. Palfrey. Subjects include the visit of Henry Lee, Jr., to the 15th and 20th regiments of the Army of the Potomac, recruiting, commissions, and requests for information on soldiers missing in action. Advertising bills for the quartermaster's office and a list of officers of the 15th regiment.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 7
1-15 Nov. 1861

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr., A.B. Ely, Charles H. Dalton, John A. Andrew, W.D. Silsbee, John Murray Forbes, Horace B. Sargent, Harrison Ritchie, and Charles E. Griswold. Subjects include the dispute between John A. Andrew and Benjamin F. Butler over recruiting and commissioning of officers, Henry Lee, Jr.'s meeting with Abraham Lincoln, and trouble concerning the election of officers in the Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 8
15-27 Nov. 1861

Correspondence from Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., Henry Lee, Jr., Francis Larcom, Lawrence P. Barrett, and Joseph F. Paul. Subjects include commissions, various military matters under the jurisdiction of Governor Andrew, real estate, and Lee property. List of the 20th regiment wounded and missing, November 1861.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 9
2-15 Dec. 1861

Correspondence from Joseph F. Paul, Henry Lee, Jr., F.O. Prince, D.N. Couch, John A. Andrew, E.D. Townsend, Charles R. Lowell, Jr., and Charles H. Dalton. Subjects include the Andrew-Butler dispute, Union engagements on the frontier, and the voyage of the Barque Aura with supplies for the Army of the Potomac. Includes letters to Abraham Lincoln, George B. McClellan, and Benjamin F. Butler.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 10
17-29 Dec. 1861

Correspondence from Benjamin S. Price, Wilder Dwight, Henry Lee, Jr., Thomas J.G. Amory, George Higginson, Waldo Higginson, and F.O. Prince. Subjects include military appointments, elections and promotions, and Massachusetts coastal fortifications. Form for a regiment camp and financial statements of the Boston Theatre and Henry Lee, Jr.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 11
Jan.-Feb. 1862

Correspondence from D.N. Couch, Daniel Oakey, Wilder Dwight, Richard B. Hall, Henry Wilson, Fletcher Webster, E.D. Townsend, Emory Washburn, Henry Lee, Jr., A.G. Browne, Jr., George G. Stoddard, and John E. Lodge. Subjects include the conduct of military officers, military appointments and promotions, prisoner exchanges, the Andrew-Butler dispute, Henry Lee, Jr.'s dispute with A.G. Browne, Jr., and letter of resignation, Boston Theatre debts, and Governor Andrew's treatment by the press.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 12
Mar.-Apr. 1862

Correspondence from Lizzie M. Dawes, Charles Howard, Stephen Cabot, William S. Clark, Richard H. Dana, Jr., Henry Lee, Jr., A.H. Fiske, George N. Faxon, William P. Mason, Jr., and H.M. Aborn. Subjects include job promotions and military transfers, supplies, the war in North Carolina, and Henry Lee, Jr.'s resignation as treasurer of the Boston Theatre. Documents relating to the operation of the Boston Theatre.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 13
May-June 1862

Correspondence from Robert B. Forbes, William Monteith, Stephen Cabot, D.N. Couch, James J. Dana, Henry Lee, Jr., W.D. Russell, James F. Miller, Edward C. Cabot, S.W. Oakey, James Savage, and Nathaniel B. Shurtleff. Subjects include various military matters, Lee family finances, and the Lee and Winthrop genealogies.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 14
July 1862

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr., John Murray Forbes, Gardiner Howland Shaw, J.L. Ainsworth, J.A. Higginson, William R. Ware, James J. Dana, W.T. Hunter, Edward Jackson, William Logan Rodman, Edwin Hale Abbott, John L. Fox., C.R. Lowell, Jr., Sidney A. Stetson, Henry Lee Higginson, and John Jeffries, Jr. Subjects include various military matters (promotions and recruiting), Union Army reverses, and the Lee genealogy.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 15
1-11 Aug. 1862

Correspondence from John Jeffries, Jr., A.P. Caraher, William Logan Rodman, James J. Dana, Wilder Dwight, J.C. Taber, Amos A. Lawrence, P.S. Davis, Charles J. Mills, and Henry W. Halleck. Subjects include military appointments, commissions, promotions, and recruiting.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 16
15-27 Aug. 1862

Correspondence from Emory Washburn, Oliver Edwards, William Logan Rodman, Amos A. Lawrence, Daniel Oakey, George Whittemore, Benjamin F. Kendall, Stephen H. Phillips, James M. Nichols, Follen Cabot, and W.J. Loring. Subjects include military appointments, commissions, discharges, and promotions.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 17
Sep.-Oct. 1862

Correspondence from Benjamin. F. Kendall, James Oakes, Henry B. Metcalf, Fisher & Co., William Steffen, George L. Andrews, S.W. Oakey, George W. Pearson, T.C.A. Dexter, George S. Greene, Addison Farnsworth, R.C. Greenleaf, and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include military appointments, commissions, discharges and promotions, an aide-memoire on tactics, complaints about government delays on supplies and troop encampment, Francis L. Lee as a soldier, and Henry Lee, Jr., in Washington and North Carolina.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 18
Nov. 1862

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr., Henry Briggs. Leverett Saltonstall, J.B. Thayer, James J. Higginson, George W. Kuhn, H.B. Sargent, and Charles W. Eliot. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr., with his brother's regiment at New Berne, N.C., a description of North Carolina, various military matters, and a 1,000-cigar political bet with Leverett Saltonstall.

Reel 7Box 7Folder 19
Dec. 1862

Correspondence from S.W. Oakey, William Baker, Jr., James C. Mulligan, Stephen Cabot, Henry Lee Higginson, and John Quincy Adams. Subjects include military commissions and promotions and Boston Harbor defenses. Reports on manpower under General Foster and the condition of forts in Boston Harbor.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 1
Jan.-May 1863

Correspondence from J.B. Fox, Thomas J. Lee, Stephen Cabot, Amos A. Lawrence, J. Ingersoll Bowditch, Charles Peirson, C.R. Lowell, Jr., D.N. Couch, Reverdy Johnson, Jr., Harrison Ritchie, John A. Andrew, A.G. Browne, Jr., and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include military commissions and promotions, conditions of troops in the field, equipment, the receivership of the United States Insurance Co., and the creation of a bureau in the adjutant general's office to deal with all matters relating to "colored troops." List of commissions in the Massachusetts Volunteers, 3 Jan. 1863.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 2
June-July 1863

Correspondence from R.C. Greenleaf, Joseph S. Cabot, and Charles E. Griswold. Subjects include various Massachusetts military matters and the Cabot genealogy.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 3
Aug.-Sep. 1863

Correspondence from John A. Andrew, C.R. Codman, C.R. Lowell, Jr., Amos A. Lawrence, and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include raising a strong militia force for Boston, the defense of Boston and New England, commissions and promotions, and Henry Lee, Jr.'s feelings about the war and the role of Great Britain, Lee to Fanny Kemble, Sep. 1863.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 4
Oct.-Dec. 1863

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr., William Endicott, Jr., Fanny Kemble, James J. Higginson, Albert R. Howe, Edward C. Cabot, and John A. Andrew. Subjects include the command of "colored" troops, the Civil War and Great Britain, and James J. Higginson as a prisoner of war.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 5
1863

Draft Riot. Correspondence from Stephen Cabot, Henry Lee, Jr., Thomas J. Little, William Ray, L.B. Whiton, and Caleb E. Niebuhr. Subjects include the conduct of Major Stephen Cabot in defense of Cooper Street Armory during the Draft Riot of 1863.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 6
Jan.-Feb. 1864

Correspondence from Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include troop reviews, receptions, and other ceremonial functions.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 7
Mar.-Apr. 1864

Correspondence from Anna Loring, Horace C. Lee, F.A. Osborn, and Frank W. Loring. Subjects include the case of an army officer accused of striking a soldier and various other military matters.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 8
May-Dec. 1864

Correspondence from A.G. Browne, Jr., John Quincy Adams, John A. Andrew, Henry Lee, Jr., Reverdy Johnson, Jr., Daniel Oakey, Edward Jackson, James J. Higginson, Robert C. Winthrop, and W.F. Oakey. Subjects include the resignation of Henry Lee, Jr., as aide-de-camp, the state of Henry Lee's health and finances, military commissions and promotions, and a miniature of Daniel Webster given to the Massachusetts Historical Society. Brief of a speech given by Henry Lee, Jr.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 9
1860-1865

Miscellany. Notes on Governor Andrew and lists of officers for promotion.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 10
1865-1866

Correspondence from H.I. Bowditch, Fanny Kemble, Alexander Hamilton, Jr., Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., James Jackson, Henry Lee, Jr., Charles E. Guild, John Quincy Adams II, and Robert C. Winthrop. Subjects include the death of Abraham Lincoln, postwar celebrations and commemorations, a statue of Alexander Hamilton for Boston, the abandoning of compulsory military service, the weakening of the Massachusetts militia by the legislature, and proposed alterations to the Old State House.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 11
1867

Correspondence from Theodore Frothingham, George G. Meade, George L. Andrews, C.B. Patten, Josephine S. Lowell, and W.M. Hunt. Subjects include the promotion by brevet of the deceased Henry Lyman Patten and the collection of funds for a full-length portrait of Governor Andrew. List of contributions to Andrew portrait fund.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 12
1868-1869

Correspondence from Henry Wheatland, E.L. Godkin, John Murray Forbes, Theodore Lyman, D.A. Goddard, W.M. Hunt, and James J. Higginson. Subjects include a Henry Lee, Jr., article on Benjamin F. Butler for the Nation, the Butler-Richard Henry Dana race for Congress, a war memorial to Harvard men killed in the Civil War, and the Hamilton statue.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 13
1870-1874

Correspondence from S.B. Russell, William Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., Waldo Higginson, Theodore Lyman, W.H. Whitmore, and Ralph Waldo Emerson. Subjects include President Ulysses S. Grant, Ralph Waldo Emerson, the Lee genealogy, the death of Henry Lee III, and Henry Lee, Jr.'s obituary of Francis C. Lowell.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 14
1875

Correspondence from W.W. Clapp, R.P. Hallowell, William Lee, Oliver Wendell Holmes, John H. Clifford, Henry Cabot Lodge, Amos A. Lawrence, and Waldo Higginson. Subjects include the Faneuil Hall protest against General Sheridan's purging of the Louisiana legislature, the Lee genealogy, Henry Cabot Lodge's sketch of the Cabot family, and Henry Lee's candidacy for the General Court.

Reel 8Box 8Folder 15
1876

Correspondence from William J. Dale, William Lee, Charles Eliot Norton, Amos A. Lawrence, Henry Cabot Lodge, Waldo Higginson, J. Henry Lea, Alexander H. Rice, Owen Wister, Samuel Cabot, Jr., John Murray Forbes, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Fanny Kemble, and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include women's salaries, the Robert Gould Shaw monument, the Cabot family, the Lee genealogy, political appointments, Republican fundraising, and the political reform movement of 1876. Also included is Henry Lee, Jr.'s letter signed "A Free Soiler of 1848."

Reel 8Box 8Folder 16
1877-1879

Correspondence from Martin Brimmer, Owen J. Wister, Henry Cabot Lodge, John J. Babson, Charles Francis Adams, Jr., Fanny Kemble, Elizur Wright, William Dean Howells, F.O. Prince, Waldo Higginson, Elizabeth O.P. Sturgis, Theodore Lyman, William Newell, Amos A. Lawrence, Thomas B. Cary, and Henry Parkman. Subjects include political corruption, Henry Lee, Jr.'s legislative activities, 1877, Boston city politics, Episcopal and Unitarian history, Harvard activities, the Lee genealogy, Lodge research on George Cabot, and articles on Fanny Kemble and Hannah Lowell Jackson.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 1
1880-1882

Correspondence from George G. Tarbell, J. Henry Lea, Ellen R. Richards, John Murray Forbes, D.A. Goddard, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, E.L. Godkin, Charles A. Cummings, Frederick C. Shattuck, Edward W. Emerson, John Fiske, Waldo Higginson, and Owen J. Wister. Subjects include the Lee and Cheever genealogy, Republican party finances and strategy, the funeral of Ralph Waldo Emerson, the historical writings of John Tiske, civil service reform, and Massachusetts state politics.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 2
1883

Correspondence from George Frisbie Hoar, James J. Higginson, Richard Olney, Alexander Agassiz, William Minot, Jr., Matthew Hale, Houghton Mifflin & Co., W.R. Bagnall, Waldo Higginson, J. Elliot Cabot, Charles E. French, and Fanny Kemble. Subjects include the governor's veto of a bill incorporating Union Safe Deposit Vaults, Henry Lee, Jr.'s opposition to an honorary degree for Governor Butler, Butler's re-election bid, Boston city politics, and the Appleton genealogy.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 3
1884

Correspondence from James J. Higginson, George A. Bruce, Frederick Law Olmsted, Theodore Lyman, Charles P. Bowditch, Amos A. Lawrence, J. Morris Meredith, Bishop James Healy, Camillus G. Kidder, G.P. King, Leverett Saltonstall, William G. Russell, and Waldo Higginson. Subjects include the Pickering family genealogy, land development on Commonwealth Avenue, James G. Blaine, Grover Cleveland, and the Mugwumps of 1884.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 4
1885-1886

Correspondence from E.L. Godkin, James J. Higginson, Lizzie C. Agassiz, Edward Wheelwright. Henry Lee, Jr., Henry Cabot Lodge, J. Randolph Coolidge, Jr., William Dean Howells, John H. Heywood, Le Baron Russell, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Charles R. Codman, Josiah Quincy, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Waldo Higginson, and Robert C. Winthrop. Subjects include Harvard activities, the Indian Rights Association, and the death of Francis L. Lee.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 5
1887

Correspondence from William Lee, Waldo Higginson, David G. Haskins, Francis H. Lee, Theodore Roosevelt, John Fiske, H.S. Russell, Fanny Kemble, and E.L. Godkin. Subjects include the Lee genealogy, Lee family matters, and an article on Henry Lee for Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography. Theodore Roosevelt's letter to Henry Lee, Jr., briefly discusses Thomas Hart Benton and America's westward expansion, 10 Apr. 1887.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 6
1888

Correspondence from Henry F. Waters, William Rotch Wister, Henry Lee, Jr., James J. Higginson, Henry Cabot Lodge, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Charles H. Dalton, A.E. Pillsbury, Waldo Higginson, Le Baron Russell, Oliver Ames, George Frisbie Hoar, Leverett Saltonstall, Hugh O'Brien, Owen J. Wister, John Gilbert, and John Murray Forbes. Subjects include the division of Beverly, a Crispus Attucks monument, Henry Cabot Lodge and the protective tariff, fundraising for Grover Cleveland, the Boston Park Commission, and a pension for Mrs. Philip Sheridan. Lodge to Henry Lee, Jr., 12 Apr. 1888.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 7
1889

Correspondence from William R. Richard, Le Baron Russell, Edward Wheelwright, Henry Cabot Lodge, Edward Atkinson, Henry Lee, Jr., John H. Heywood, Walter M. Leman, Fanny Kemble, Henry S. Grew, Edward T. Lowell, Henry W. Swift, John T. Morse, Jr., Martin Brimmer, and Waldo Higginson. Subjects include the Boston Post, preservation of the relics of "Old Boston," Henry Cabot Lodge's biography of Washington, biographies of Lafayette and Franklin, Sewall books and letters, the death of actor John Gilbert and the actor's craft, and the gubernatorial candidacy of William E. Russell.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 8
1890

Correspondence from Henry Cabot Lodge, A.L. Barnett, Brooks Adams, Henry Lee, Jr., Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Waldo Higginson, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Charles F. McKim, Edwin M. Bacon, Arthur T. Lyman, John F. Andrew, Fanny Kemble, and John Quincy Adams. Subjects include the appointment of postmasters, the finances of the Boston Post, the Sewall family, Senator George F. Hoar, the tariff and silver issues, civil service reform, and John Quincy Adams in polities. Henry Lee, Jr., to George Frisbie Hoar, 16 May 1890.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 9
1891

Correspondence from W.W. Clapp, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., Robert C. Winthrop, Clayton Colman Hall, Waldo Higginson, J. Henry Lea, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., George A. Torrey, Nathan Matthews, Jr., Henry Cabot Lodge, E.A. Grozier, Henry Lyman, George G. Tarbell, James J. Higginson, and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include the Lee, Higginson, Jackson, Colman, and Pemberton families; Henry Whitney and state and city politics; the development of Commonwealth Avenue; the engagement of Constance Lodge; the Boston Post; and Henry Lee, Jr.'s thoughts on a Massachusetts income tax.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 10
1892

Correspondence from Sherman Hoar, E.L. Godkin, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, William Everett, E.A. Grozier, Henry Cabot Lodge, Fanny Kemble, Waldo Higginson, Henry Lee, Jr., Henry Davenport, Charles H. Taylor, E.H. Clement, Thomas N. Hart, and Nathan Matthews, Jr. Subjects include a potential war with Chile, the Maverick Bank cases, the Massachusetts Historical Society, Henry Cabot Lodge's speech on the silver issue, Commonwealth Avenue, Boston city officers and partisan politics, and reminiscences of early 19th-century Boston.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 11
Jan.-Apr. 1893

Correspondence from Joseph B. Warner, William Minot, Jr., James J. Higginson, Nathan Matthews, Jr., John W.T. Nichols, Harrison Ellery, Horace E. Scudder, W. Sturgis Bigelow, E.H. Clement, Edwin P. Hoyt, Theodore Lyman, John Trowbridge, Samuel E. Turner, John Murray Forbes, D.G. Haskins, Ellis & Melledge, and J.B. Thayer. Subjects include Fanny Kemble, Charles Francis Adams' "Three Episodes of Massachusetts History," Massachusetts state politics, and Henry Lee, Jr.'s purchase of the Judge Lee house in Cambridge.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 12
May-Dec. 1893

Correspondence from Annis Lee Wister; H.E. Scudder, Lizzie C. Agassiz, William Minot, Jr., Henry Lane, Francis B. Leigh, J. Henry Lea, Henry Cabot Lodge, W.W. Goodwin, Harrison Ellery, Charles F. McKim, John W.T. Nichols, J. Watson Taylor, James J. Higginson, E.H. Clement, George B. Upham, and Samuel W. Whitman. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr.'s Atlantic Monthly article on Fanny Kemble, the Lee genealogy, the Cambridge land purchase, Jonathan Jackson, the Boston Theatre and the proposed music hall, and the formation of the Boston Transit Commission.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 13
1894

Correspondence from Charles F. McKim, George G. Tarbell, J. Henry Lea, Robert P. Rantoul, Nathan Matthews, Jr., John T. Morse, Jr., H.E. Scudder, E. Rockwood Hoar, Henry Cabot Lodge, Richard Olney, Ebenezer W. Stone, John W.T. Nichols, Lizzie C. Agassiz, Henry E. Warner, Edward S. Porter, George E. Ellis, William M. McInnes, Oliver Wendell Holmes, and Ellis & Melledge. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr.'s tribute to William Minot, Jr., the Lee genealogy, Harvard affairs, the Judge Lee house, and the proposed Boston subway.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 14
1895

Correspondence from William Rotch Ware, Henry Lee, Jr., John W.T. Nichols, Curtis Guild, Jr., Ellis & Melledge, John J. Currier, E.H. Clement, James C. Carter, J. Henry Lea, Pen Hallowell, Robert Grant, Francis C. Lowell, Owen J. Wister, and George G. Tarbell. Subjects include Henry Lee, Jr.'s campaign to save the State House, the tariff and silver issues, Grover Cleveland and Henry Cabot Lodge, the Judge Lee house, and Mayor Edwin U. Curtis. Henry Lee, Jr., to Lodge, 26 Mar. 1895.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 15
1896

Correspondence from James J. Higginson, J. Henry Lea, Charles C. Smith, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., Anna C. Granger, E.H. Clement, Pen Hallowell, Walter K. Watkins, Edward Wheelwright, Curtis Guild, Jr., and George G. Tarbell. Subjects include the Lee, Tracy, and Jackson genealogy; Jonathan Sewall letters; Governor Andrew and the Massachusetts Volunteers; Harvard affairs; and state and national politics.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 16
1897-1898

Correspondence from Roger Wolcott, John Ward Dean, W.K. Watkins, Richard Olney, Pen Hallowell, Bessie Schonberg Ward, Ellen Cabot Torrey, John Davis Long, George Lincoln Goodale, Charles H. Parker, Edith Emerson Forbes, Henry Lee, Jr., and S.F. Hughes. Subjects include the Lee and Cabot genealogy, a dinner for Richard Olney, Boston social life, Harvard, Milton Hill, and Henry Lee, Jr.'s illness and his view of the Spanish-American War.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 17
189-

Correspondence from Le Baron Russell, W.H. Whitmore, Lizzie C. Agassiz, Sarah N. Hallowell, Theodore Lyman, William Minot, Jr., Henry Cabot Lodge, Mary C. Olmsted, and Robert C. Winthrop. Subjects include the Lee genealogy, the Agassiz Fund, Harvard, Henry Lee, Jr.'s criticism of Henry Cabot Lodge, and Frederick Law Olmsted.

Reel 9Box 9Folder 18
1917-1934

Correspondence from Worthington C. Ford, Clarence W. Bowen, Albert Matthews, Frederick C. Shattuck, Elizabeth P. Shattuck, Mary Lovering Holman, Charles E. Banks, and Emily F. Woodman. Subjects include Caleb Davis, the Shattuck genealogy, and Lee papers sent to the Massachusetts Historical Society and Baker Library, Harvard Business School.

B. Writings and genealogy, 1833-1898

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

This bulk of this subseries consists of the writings of Henry Lee, Jr., including various letters to the editor on military matters, politics, and historic preservation, memoirs and obituaries of colleagues and friends, and reviews and speeches. Also included are some writings of Henry Lee, papers related to the Massachusetts militia, and Lee family genealogical material.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 1
John A. Andrew, 1865

Reminiscences of Governor John A. Andrew by Henry Lee, Jr.; program of Harvard commencement at which Andrew received an honorary degree.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 2
John A. Andrew, n.d.

Various drafts of a Henry Lee, Jr., sketch and lecture on Governor Andrew.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 3
Beverly Improvement Society, 1889

Henry Lee, Jr., notes for the Beverly Improvement Society.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 3
George P. Bradford, 1890-1892

Materials on the obituary of George P. Bradford, including two letters from J.B. Thayer to Henry Lee, Jr.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 4
William Francis Bartlett, 1878-1883

Three copies of a speech presenting the Harvard memorial bust of General Bartlett; minutes of meetings of the Bartlett memorial committee.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 5
H.J. Bigelow, 19 Nov. 1890

Remarks of Henry Lee, Jr., on Dr. Bigelow for the Boston Society for Medical Improvement. Includes notes of Henry Lee, Jr., and reprint of remarks in Boston Medical and Surgical Journal and a letter from George B. Shattuck.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 6
Boston, n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., lecture on "Old Boston" and articles on Boston military bands, the Charles River embankment, and the electric railway car in Boston.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 7
Boston Common, 1891-1893

Henry Lee, Jr., notes, articles, and letters concerning protection of the Boston Common and rapid transit. Includes a letter from Francis E. Abbot, a flyer announcing the formation of the "Massachusetts Park Defence League," and a Henry Lee, Jr., article entitled "Urban and Suburban."

Reel 10Box 10Folder 8
Boston - Old South Meeting House, 1877

Henry Lee, Jr., notes and newspaper articles concerning the Old South Meeting House and its preservation.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 9
Martin Brimmer, 1896

Henry Lee, Jr., drafts of the obituary of Martin Brimmer.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 10
Phillips Brooks, 1891-Feb. 1893

Henry Lee, Jr., notes and remarks on Phillips Brooks and the obituary of Brooks read before the Massachusetts Historical Society. Includes Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings and letters from Phillips Brooks and Samuel Whitman.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 11
William Story Bullard

Henry Lee, Jr., notes, clippings, and the obituary of William S. Bullard.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 12
"On Burglary..." 1868

Henry Lee, Jr., article on burglars and burglary. Includes notes and an advertisement on the Union Safe Deposit Vaults.

Reel 10Box 10Folder 13
Benjamin F. Butler, 15 July 1883

Argument before the Tewksbury Investigation Committee by Governor Butler.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 1
Independent Corps of Cadets, Henry Clay, the Crisis of 1837, the Charles River embankment, Clarke House, and copperheads, n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., notes and remarks.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 2
Sarah G. Cary, n.d.

Obituary of Sarah G. Cary.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 3
Catholics, n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., notes on Irish Catholics and the Puritan heritage.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 4
Civil service reform, Feb. 1884

Henry Lee, Jr., speech before the Civil Service Reform Club of the 5th Congressional District and a list of other speakers.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 5
Sarah Paine Cleveland, Aug. 1893

Copies of Henry Lee, Jr.'s obituary of Sarah Paine Cleveland.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 6
Henry Denison, n.d.

Reminiscences and opinions concerning Henry Denison.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 7
Charles Devens, Jan.-July 1891

Resolution of the Union Club to attend the funeral of General Devens; notes of Henry Lee, Jr., on Devens and on remarks on Devens before the Massachusetts Historical Society.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 8
Thomas Dudley, n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., letter on ancestor Thomas Dudley.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 9
William H. Eliot, n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., "toasts at the opening of Tremont House."

Reel 11Box 11Folder 10
Faneuil Hall, 1875, 1890

Clippings on a Faneuil Hall meeting on Louisiana, a speech by Wendell Phillips, and a Democratic party rally.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 10
Free Soil, n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., notes on the first Free Soil meeting in 1848.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 11
Genealogical papers, 1874, 1889

Notes on the Lee family and related families. Includes notes on the Record Commissioner's report, "A Brief Genealogy of the Mellows Family of Barbados," by Harrison Ellery; an unsigned letter to Francis H. Lee on the maternal ancestors of Thomas Lee (d. 1766); and a letter from J. Henry Lea.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 12
John Gilbert, 1889

Henry Lee, Jr., articles and notes on actor John Gilbert. Newspaper clippings on Gilbert and letters concerning him from Robert M. Cushing, George Peirce, and George W. Curtis.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 13
Zachariah Hicks, Isaac Hinckley, and Senator George F. Hoar, 1890

Henry Lee, Jr., notes, articles, and speeches. Also includes notes on railroads.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 14
John Hancock, 1896-1897

Henry Lee, Jr., notes on Hancock for an oration by Curtis Guild, Jr., at the dedication of the Hancock memorial, newspaper clippings of the event, and a Henry Lee, Jr., speech on Hancock. Also includes Lee-Guild correspondence.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 15
Harvard Club, N.Y., 1885

Henry Lee, Jr., speech notes and newspaper clippings on a Harvard Club dinner.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 16
Harvard College, 1889

Henry Lee, Jr., notes for a speech on honorary degrees at commencement.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 17
Harvard commencement dinner, 1882

Henry Lee, Jr., speech at dinner.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 18
Harvard commencement, 1884

Henry Lee, Jr., commencement speech.

Reel 11Box 11Folder 19
Harvard Medical School, 1881

Henry Lee, Jr., remarks on the 100th anniversary of the Harvard Medical School and the dedication of a new building.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 1
George Higginson, 1889

Henry Lee, Jr., notes on George Higginson and copies of his obituary on Higginson.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 2
Waldo Higginson, 1891-1894

Obituary of Waldo Higginson and letters on the obituary from Morrill Wyman, George Higginson, James J. Higginson, S.G. Ward, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jon S. Higginson, Richard Sullivan, Jr., Thomas Wentworth Higginson, and John Holmes. Letter from Arkwright Mutual Fire Insurance Co. to Waldo Higginson.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 3
Hoar, 14 Feb. 1895

Includes Henry Lee, Jr., remarks on Judge E.R. Hoar at a meeting of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Lee notes on Judge Hoar, and correspondence from E.R. Hoar, Samuel Hoar, and J.B. Thayer.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 4
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, 1894-1895

Includes copies of remarks on Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, 11 Oct. 1894, and correspondence concerning Holmes from George E. Ellis, John T. Morse, Jr., John Holmes, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., and Samuel Whitman.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 5
Jackson, 1891

Henry Lee, Jr., notes on Andrew Jackson and the Crisis of 1837, as well as obituaries of S.C. Jackson and Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 6
Fanny Kemble, n.d.

Newspaper clipping on Fanny Kemble.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 7
Labor Day

Henry Lee, Jr., articles and clippings on Labor Day.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 7
Henry Lee

Notes on Henry Lee's will.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 8
Henry Lee, Jr., 1898

Biographical notes on Henry Lee, Jr., and newspaper clippings on the retirement and death of Lee. Lee notes on the "financial revulsion" of 1857.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 9
Henry Lee, Jr., 1892-1898

Miscellaneous notes of Henry Lee, Jr., clippings on Lee retirement, Lee notes on and review of Edward Everett Hale's The Story of Massachusetts in the Nation, and correspondence from W.P. Garrison and William Everett relating to the review. List of things done in politics by Henry Lee, Jr. List of typographical errors found in the Boston Transcript by Henry Lee, Jr.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 10
Henry Lee, Jr., n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., notes on Shakespeare, Emerson, etc., and various other persons and matters. Also includes Lee's "Western Journal."

Reel 12Box 12Folder 11
Henry Cabot Lodge, n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., notes on Lodge, Republican politics, and foreign policy between 1884 and 1895.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 12
William H. Logan, 1870

Henry Lee, Jr., obituary of William H. Logan.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 13
Judge John Lowell, 1892

Henry Lee, Jr., speech at a dinner honoring Judge Lowell.

Reel 12Box 12Folder 14
Theodore Lyman, 1891

Clippings concerning the wish of Lee and others to keep Lyman on the Harvard Board of Overseers, as well as the Henry Lee, Jr., obituary of Theodore Lyman.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 1
Maverick Bank case, n.d.

Clippings.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 1
Jeremiah Mason

Henry Lee, Jr., notes.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 1
Meeting of Independents, 1884 (incorrectly dated 1894)

Lee speech.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 1
William Minot, Jr., and Benjamin Eddy Morse, 1894

Obituaries.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 2
Charles J. Morrill, n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., remarks about Charles J. Morrill.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 3
Boston Park System, 1891

Henry Lee, Jr., notes and clippings.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 3
"Mischievous legislation," 1865; "unprincipled partisanship," 1890; Mayor Edwin U. Curtis, 1895; military preparedness, 1898; and "Jabez Pratt-Coroner"

Lee articles.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 4
Francis E. Parker

Henry Lee, Jr., notes on Francis E. Parker.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 5
Perkins, n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., remarks on Thomas H. and William Perkins.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 6
Wendell Phillips, 1875

Henry Lee, Jr., article on Wendell Phillips.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 7
Mayor Josiah Quincy and the Frog Pond, n.d.; the "Republican Marketman's Dinner," 1890; and the 1837 Broad Street riot, n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., articles.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 8
Theodore Roosevelt, Oct. 1895

Henry Lee, Jr., article on "Roosevelt's Inconsistencies."

Reel 13Box 13Folder 9
General Sherman, 1865

Henry Lee, Jr., article on General Sherman's conduct.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 9
Slavery and Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations, n.d.

Notes.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 9
Specie payments, n.d.

Lee speech on the resumption of specie payments.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 10
George Cheyne Shattuck, 1893

Henry Lee, Jr., draft of the obituary of Dr. Shattuck.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 11
State House, 1895-1896

Henry Lee, Jr., draft of an article, "Save the State House," and a Lee speech on the same matter. Clippings and correspondence on the State House. Includes a letter of E.P. Sohier and Clement K. Fay.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 12
Subway, 1895

Henry Lee, Jr., notes, articles, and correspondence concerning the Boston subway. Includes letters from George S. Mandell.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 13
Theological students

Henry Lee, Jr., address to theological students.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 14
Taussig's tariff history

Report on The Tariff History of the United States, by Frank W. Taussig. Report by T. Jefferson Coolidge and a dissent by Henry Lee, Jr., and other members of the Harvard Committee on Political Economy.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 15
Adin Thayer, ca. 1884

Henry Lee, Jr., response to an anti-Mugwump speech by Judge Thayer.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 16
Anna Eliot Ticknor, 1885

Henry Lee, Jr., obituary of Mrs. George Ticknor.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 17
Veterans' Preference Bill, 1895

Henry Lee, Jr., notes and article on the legislative debate over a Veterans' Preference Bill and the governor's veto of it.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 18
Wealth

Clippings of an article "Does Wealth Make Happiness?" which includes a statement by Henry Lee, Jr.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 18
Henry M. Wightman, 1885

Memorial to Henry M. Wightman.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 18
H.F. Wolcott, n.d.

Letter from H.F. Wolcott.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 18
"New England Guards," n.d.

Henry Lee, Jr., article.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 18
Martin L. Whischer, 1875

Lee obituary.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 18
Daniel Webster, 1890

Reprint of an 1824 Daniel Webster speech.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 19
Whistler

Henry Lee, Jr., notes on Major George W. Whistler.

Reel 13Box 13Folder 20
Robert C. Winthrop, Dec. 1894

Henry Lee, Jr., memoir of Robert C. Winthrop read to the Massachusetts Historical Society and a letter from Robert C. Winthrop, Jr., on the memoir.

Reel 13Box 14Folder 1
Henry Lee, Jr., miscellany, n.d.

Various notes and charts on military matters, a narrative of the battle of Bunker Hill, invoices and lists of books, and notes on the estate of Thomas Lee.

Reel 13Box 14Folder 2
Henry Lee, Jr., lectures, n.d.

Lectures on satire, astronomy, moral courage and personal influence, hospitality in ancient and modern times, occupation as an influence on taste, the duty of civil obedience, the study of dead languages, the duties of public and private economy, moral precepts and circumstances, the nature and effects of speculation, improvement and decay in modern civilization, the accumulation of knowledge, forming moral habits, and intellectual improvement. Also includes instructions on theme writing.

Reel 13Box 14Folder 3
Massachusetts militia, May 1840

Annual returns of various companies.

Reel 13Box 14Folder 4
Genealogy, etc.

Genealogical material of the Lee, Jackson, Cabot, and other related families, as well as a eulogy of Henry Lee.

Reel 13Box 14Folder 5
Genealogy, etc., 1867, 1893

Genealogical material on the Lee, Cabot, Higginson, Quincy, and other related families. Includes drawings of coats of arms, genealogical charts, letters from William H. Whitmore, and a listing of Lee property.

Reel 14Box 15Folder 1
Henry Lee annotated newspapers, 1833-1849

Clippings and notes of Henry Lee on banking currency from the Boston Courier and the New York Evening Post.

Reel 14Box 15Folder 2-9
Henry Lee appendices, 1844-1845

Various appendices of Letters to the Cotton Manufacturers of Massachusetts (Boston, 1844) and Considerations on the Cultivation and Consumption of Cotton, Connected with Questions of Currency, Credit, Commerce and Banking; Addressed to the Cotton Manufacturers of Massachusetts (Boston, 1845).

Reel 14Box 15Folder 10
Massachusetts militia, 1876-1877

Various statistical charts and other papers of Henry Lee, Jr., relating to the Massachusetts militia and the legislature. Includes letters from B.T. Tinan and Thomas F. Edmands.

Reel 14Box 15Folder 11
Militia miscellany, 1866

Articles by Henry Lee, Jr., on militia matters, a statement of the number of troops in the American Revolution, and notes on Senator Henry Wilson's militia bill.

Reel 14Box 15Folder 12
Massachusetts militia report, 1876-1877

Henry Lee, Jr., report on the Massachusetts militia. Includes correspondence from Charles J. Williams, E.L. Zalinski, and Thomas F. Edmands, notes on military organization in the United States, and draft notes of the Lee report.

Reel 14Box 15Folder 13
Massachusetts militia report, 1876-1877

Henry Lee, Jr., notes and other material relating to the militia.

Reel 14Box 15Folder 14
Massachusetts militia report, 1876-1877

Henry Lee, Jr., notes on and drafts of his militia report.

C. Robert Gould Shaw monument papers, 1886-1897

Arranged chronologically.

This subseries contains the correspondence and other papers of Henry Lee, Jr., relating to the construction of the Robert Gould Shaw monument in Boston, Mass.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 1
Undated

Henry Lee proposals and other plans for the Robert Gould Shaw monument. Includes a letter from John Murray Forbes and extracts from the "Life of Governor Andrew."

Reel 15Box 16Folder 2
1891

Correspondence from Edward Atkinson, Augustus St. Gaudens, John Murray Forbes, and Henry A. Turner. Subjects include subscriptions for the Shaw monument, its inscriptions, legislative action, progress on the bas-relief, and a visit by St. Gaudens to Boston.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 3
Jan.-July 1892

Correspondence from Edward Atkinson, John Murray Forbes, Augustus St. Gaudens, Josephine Shaw Lowell, and M.P. Kennard. Subjects include the Shaw monument inscriptions, adding the names of fallen officers to the monument, and the work and payment of St. Gaudens.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 4
Aug. 1892

Correspondence from John Murray Forbes, Augustus St. Gaudens, M.P. Kennard, and W.H. Hughes. Subjects include the Shaw monument inscriptions and Civil War reminiscences of John Murray Forbes.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 5
Sep.-Oct. 1892

Correspondence from John Murray Forbes, Waldo Higginson, Henry Lee, Jr., Richard M. Hunt, Levi P. Morton, and Josephine Shaw Lowell. Subjects include the Shaw Monument Committee, the monument inscriptions, and the release of St. Gaudens to work on the government medal for the Columbian Exhibition.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 6
Nov.-Dec. 1892

Correspondence from John Boyd Thacher, Charles L. Mitchell, Augustus St. Gaudens, Edward Atkinson, and John Murray Forbes. Subjects include St. Gaudens and the Columbian Exhibition, a contract for a Shaw monument terrace, and the monument inscriptions.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 7
1893

Correspondence from Edward Atkinson, Augustus St. Gaudens, and John Murray Forbes. Subjects include St. Gaudens' delays in completion of the Shaw monument, Monument Committee finances, and the monument inscriptions.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 8
Jan.-Apr. 1894

Correspondence from Edward Atkinson, Charles W. Eliot, Augustus St. Gaudens, and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include the Shaw monument inscriptions and other Monument Committee matters.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 9
June-Dec. 1894

Correspondence from Edward Atkinson, Charles W. Eliot, Henry Lee, John Murray Forbes, and Augustus St. Gaudens. Subjects include the Shaw Monument Committee and President Eliot's proposal for inscriptions.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 10
Apr.-July 1895

Correspondence from Edward Atkinson. Subjects include St. Gaudens' progress on the Shaw monument and legislative representation at the unveiling of the statue.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 11
May-Aug. 1896

Correspondence from Augustus St. Gaudens and Edward Atkinson. Subjects include proposed changes by St. Gaudens, payment of the artist, and the completion of the Shaw monument.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 12
Sep.-Dec. 1896

Correspondence from Edward Atkinson and Mimi Lyman. Subjects include the Shaw monument inscriptions, payment of St. Gaudens, and the choice of a date and an orator for the state unveiling.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 13
Jan. 1897

Correspondence from Josephine Shaw Lowell, Thomas L. Livermore, Edward Atkinson, Sarah B. Shaw, and Daniel Appleton. Subjects include the withdrawal of Colonel Livermore as orator at the monument unveiling, the choice of William James and Booker T. Washington as speakers, and military and state participation in the final event.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 14
Feb. 1897

Correspondence from Daniel Appleton, Edward Atkinson, Henry Lee, Jr., Pen Hallowell, Francis H. Appleton, William James, Josephine Shaw Lowell, Mimi Lyman, and Wilson B. Strong. Subjects include Shaw Monument Committee finances; William James's acceptance as orator; and seating, tickets, and other matters of preparation for the statue unveiling.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 15
Mar. 1897

Correspondence from Edward Atkinson, Francis H. Appleton, Pen Hallowell, Mimi Lyman, Sarah B. Shaw, Josephine Shaw Lowell, Ida A. Higginson, Isaac P.T. Edmands, Henry Lee Higginson, William James, Thomas F. Edmands, and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include preparations for the Shaw monument unveiling, William James's role as orator, the inclusion of a military man on the list of speakers, and Edward Atkinson's "History of the Shaw Monument."

Reel 15Box 16Folder 16
1-16 Apr. 1897

Correspondence from Henry Lee Higginson, Henry Lee, Jr., John Murray Forbes, William Atkinson, Edward Atkinson, Augustus St. Gaudens, Anna C.L. Waterston, M.P. Kennard, Samuel A. Green, and Francis H. Appleton. Subjects include preparations for the Shaw monument unveiling, reminiscences of John Murray Forbes, and the names inscribed on the monument.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 17
21-30 Apr. 1897

Correspondence from Francis H. Appleton, John Murray Forbes, Henry Lee, Jr., Augustus St. Gaudens, William H. Baldwin, William H. Lawrence, Francis V. Balch, and William James. Subjects include tickets and seating for the Shaw monument unveiling and the order of march for the event. List of dignitaries and seating.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 18
2-19 May 1897

Correspondence from William James, Edward Atkinson, Annie Fields, Charles L. Mitchell, Henry Lee Higginson, William E. Barton, Moses Williams, Ellen Sturgis Dixey, and Julia Ward Howe. Subjects include tickets for the Shaw monument unveiling, black participation in the proceedings, and William James's speech.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 19
21-31 May 1897

Correspondence from Julia Ward Howe, Henry Lee Higginson, Edward Atkinson, William James, Roger Wolcott, Henry Lee, Jr., and T.R. Sullivan. Subjects include last-minute preparations for and tickets to the Shaw monument unveiling. Includes Henry Lee and Edward Atkinson reports on the Monument Committee and tickets for the May 31 event.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 20
1-4 June 1897

Correspondence from Edward Atkinson, Charles W. Eliot, and Henry Lee, Jr. Subjects include Shaw Monument Committee finances and reactions to the unveiling proceedings.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 21
5 June-July 1897

Correspondence from Edward Atkinson, Houghton Mifflin & Co., Henry Lee, Jr., Josiah Quincy, and John Murray Forbes. Subjects include publication of a pamphlet on the history of the monument containing the addresses given at the statue unveiling.

Reel 15Box 16Folder 22
1886-1887

Newspaper clippings on the reunion of the Massachusetts Colored Veterans Association, a remembrance of Francis George Shaw by John Murray Forbes, a list of Robert Gould Shaw's fallen comrades, and letters to the editor of the Transcript on the Shaw memorial.

D. Henry Lee Shattuck papers, 1933-1957

Arranged chronologically.

This subseries contains the correspondence and other papers of Henry Lee Shattuck relating to the research and writing of the two-volume study, The Jacksons and the Lees: Two Generations of Massachusetts Merchants, 1765-1844, by Kenneth Wiggins Porter (Cambridge, 1937).

Reel 16Box 17Folder 1
1933

Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck, Samuel Eliot Morison, Frank C. Ayres, and M.A. DeWolfe Howe. Subjects include Lee papers relating to Harvard, the Union Club, and the Tavern Club.

Reel 16Box 17Folder 2
Jan.-May 1934

Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck, N.S.B. Gras, M.A. DeWolfe Howe, and Kenneth W. Porter. Subjects include the editing of Lee papers and documents. Includes a list of manuscript material in Boston and the vicinity on the Lees and Jacksons.

Reel 16Box 17Folder 3
June-Nov. 1934

Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck, Kenneth W. Porter, James Jackson, James J. Minot, and Philip Cabot. Subjects include the collection of Jackson and Lee papers and work on Kenneth W. Porter's book The Jacksons and the Lees. Includes Porter's analysis of the Cabot-Jackson-Lee papers.

Reel 16Box 17Folder 4
Jan.-May 1935

Correspondence from Kenneth W. Porter, Henry Lee Shattuck, N.S.B. Gras, Samuel Cabot, P.T. Jackson, and George R. Minot. Subjects include The Jacksons and the Lees (research on Henry Lee-Gallatin correspondence, possible titles, publisher, and pictures).

Reel 16Box 17Folder 5
June-Dec. 1935

Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck, Hope Mathewson, Charles Jackson, P.T. Jackson, Kenneth W. Porter, and Elizabeth C. Lyman. Subjects include The Jacksons and the Lees (obtaining pictures and information).

Reel 16Box 17Folder 6
1936

Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck, Kenneth W. Porter, Dumas Malone, N.S.B. Gras, and George R. Minot. Subjects include The Jacksons and the Lees (the search for Lee and Jackson papers and publication of the Porter book by Harvard University Press).

Reel 16Box 17Folder 7
June-Dec. 1937

Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck, N.S.B. Gras, P.T. Jackson, Frances Carpenter, George R. Minot, J.J. Drury, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Ellery Sedgwick, James Jackson, J.D. Phillips, Francis R. Hart, Margaret Perry, A. Lawrence Lowell, Kenneth W. Porter, and John W. Elliot. Subjects include The Jacksons and the Lees (complimentary copies).

Reel 16Box 17Folder 8
Jan.-Nov. 1938

Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck, Henry Jackson, Kenneth W. Porter, Barbara D. Simison, and Samuel Eliot Morison. Subjects include complimentary copies and reviews of The Jacksons and the Lees.

Reel 16Box 17Folder 9
1939-1940

Correspondence from Kenneth W. Porter, Henry Lee Shattuck, and William H. Cary. Subjects include the continuing research of Porter on The Jacksons and the Lees (Francis L. Lee).

Reel 16Box 17Folder 10
1941-1942

Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck and Kenneth W. Porter. Subjects include reproduction of the letters of Henry Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., and Francis L. Lee, as well as the descendants of Thomas H. Perkins and Henry Lee.

Reel 16Box 17Folder 11
1943-1944

Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck, Kenneth W. Porter, M.J. Walsh, and Arthur H. Cole. Subjects include Porter's work on Lee letters, other research on the Jacksons and Lees, and a Lee letterbook at Goodspeed's Book Shop.

Reel 16Box 17Folder 12
1946-1947

Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck and Kenneth W. Porter. Subjects include a discussion by Porter on various Jackson-Lee letters and the prospect of publication.

Reel 16Box 17Folder 13
1948

Correspondence from Mark DeWolfe Howe, Henry Lee Shattuck, and Kenneth W. Porter. Subjects include Howe's work on Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes and Porter articles on the Lees. Includes a draft of a Porter article, "A Note on Burns by a Bostonian."

Reel 16Box 17Folder 14
1950-1957

Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck, Arthur H. Cole, Kenneth W. Porter, Benjamin W. Labaree, and Wendell P. Sargent. Subjects include research inquiries on the Jacksons and Lees. Extracts from J.J. Currier's History of Newburyport (1906).

Reel 16Box 17Folder 15
1935-1937

Clippings and correspondence. Correspondence from Henry Lee Shattuck, George C. Lee, and Nelly Almy on photographs of Jackson-Lee portraits, an advertisement of The Jacksons and the Lees, an accompanying illustration of Jonathan Jackson, and a clipping of a Boston Post article on Patrick Tracy Jackson. Notes by experts on Jackson-Lee portraits.

Reel 16Box 17Folder 16
UndatedRemoved to Lee family photographs (Photo. Coll. 500.75).

Photographs and prints. Includes portraits of Samuel Cabot, Henry Lee, Jr., William Colman Lee, and Joseph Lee, as well as a picture of the Henry Lee house in Brookline.

E. Printed material, 1774-1922

This subseries consists of various pamphlets and other printed material dealing with the tariff, Harvard affairs and commemorations, the Massachusetts militia, and other Lee family causes and interests.

Reel 16Box 18Folder 1
Miscellany

Wrappers and labels for Henry Lee and Henry Lee, Jr., letters and for drafts of appendices of Henry Lee's Letters to the Cotton Manufacturers...

Reel 16Box 18Folder 2
Miscellaneous envelopes, etc.

Binders, labels, wrappers, and envelopes for Henry Lee, Henry Lee-Mary Jackson Lee, and Lee-Thornely letters and other correspondence.

Reel 16Box 18Folder 3
Commonwealth of Massachusetts printed material, 1861-1864, 1892

Various general orders and other documents relating to the Massachusetts Volunteers, rosters of Volunteer field officers, a House bill for the incorporation of Union Safe Deposit Vaults, and a request for funds for a new headquarters building for the Massachusetts Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States.

Reel 16Box 18Folder 4
Massachusetts and War Department printed material, 1861-1863

Various general orders.

Reel 16Box 18Folder 5
Harvard University, etc., printed material, 1836, 1865, 1884

Circular for the Harvard Bicentennial Dinner and various commemoration programs, as well as a request for funds from the International Conference on Arbitration and Peace, Berne.

Reel 16Box 18Folder 6
Corporations, committees, associations, etc., printed material, 1858-1867, 1880

Includes financial reports of the New England Railroad Mutual Fire Insurance Co. and the New England Emigrant Aid Co.; circulars of the Freedmen's Relief Committee, the Massachusetts Reconstruction Association, and the Republican Campaign Fund for the Southern States; and an announcement of the completion of the Troy and Greenfield Railroad and Hoosac Tunnel.

Reel 16Box 18Folder 7
Assorted printed material, 1839-1888

Includes material from the Bunker Hill Monument Association, the Massachusetts Rifle Club, and the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company; a ticket to the Boston Light Infantry's Military Ball at Papanti's; and a tribute to General Philip H. Sheridan.

Reel 16Box 18Folder 8
Assorted printed material, 1821-1914

Includes various invitations, the resignation of Rev. Francis W.P. Greenwood as pastor of the New South Church, an announcement of the formation of a committee to oppose the Personal Liberty Bill before the General Court, population and other statistics (1860-1863), a copy of the poem "The Return of the Standards" by Horace B. Sargent, a Pickering family genealogical chart, a circular on the incorporation of Beverly Farms, and a program for a dinner honoring Henry Lee Higginson on his 80th birthday.

Reel 16Box 18Folder 9
Newspaper clippings, 1782-1889

Various clippings, including Henry Lee letters on cotton manufacturing and Henry Lee, Jr., letters on the Draft Riot of 1863.

Reel 16Box 18Folder 10
Newspaper clippings, 1774-1898

Various clippings on the deaths of George Washington, Henry Lee, Margaret Lee, and Francis L. Lee and on the tariff, the militia, and other matters.

Reel 16Box 18Folder 11
Photographs, etc.Removed to Lee family photographs (Photo. Coll. 500.75).

Various photographs and prints of portraits of military figures and Jackson and Lee family members.

Reel 17Box 19
Pamphlets, n.d.-1866

Includes "Report of a Committee of Citizens...Opposed to a Further Increase of Duties on Importations" (1827), "Correspondence between John Quincy Adams and Several Citizens of Massachusetts Concerning the Charge of a Design to Dissolve the Union..." (1829), "Henry Lee, 1782-1867" by Hamilton Andrews Hill, "Memoir of Patrick Tracy Jackson" (1848), "The Militia of the United States" (1864), an 1864 Massachusetts Senate bill on the militia, "Reminiscences of Hon. Jonathan Jackson" (1866), and various lists, sermons, and orations.

Reel 17Box 20
Pamphlets, 1876-1922

Includes "Report of the Inspector-General Massachusetts Volunteer Militia" (1876), the July 4 oration of Henry Cabot Lodge (Boston, 1879), "A Massachusetts Savings Bank" by Henry Lee (1893), "A Great Private Citizen: Henry Lee Higginson" by M.A.D. Howe, and the Lee family genealogy by Thomas B. Lee in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register (July 1922).

II. Oversize material, 1710-1892

The bulk of this series consists of 18th- and early 19th-century British and American legal documents pertaining to the sea trade, including trade contracts, the registration of the brig Betsy and the schooner Volant, deeds and accounts of the Lee family, a copy of the act providing for a census in 1790, an 1804 map of Boston's South End, the estate of Joseph Lee, the genealogy of Edward Jackson, and plans for the Robert Gould Shaw monument.

For a list of all names mentioned in this series, as well as the names of select individuals and subjects of historical significance in the collection, see the index.

Reel 17Box OS

III. Bound volumes, 1764-1898

Arranged alphabetically by author or owner.

The bulk of this series consists of account books, blotters, cash books, ledgers, letterbooks, memorandum books, and waste books of various family business firms, including those of Joseph Lee and George Cabot; Patrick Tracy Jackson and John Bromfield; Patrick Tracy Jackson, Nathaniel Tracy, and John Tracy; Joseph Lee, Jr., and Henry Lee; and Thomas Lee, Jr. The volumes contain considerable information on mercantile business practices in the world, 1760-1860, as well as on the China, India, European, South American, and West Indian trades. Some of the volumes have been removed to boxes.

For a list of the authors and/or owners of the volumes in this series, as well as the names of select individuals and subjects of historical significance in the collection, see the index.

Reel 18Vol. 1
Thomas H. Cabot journal, 4 Mar.-10 Aug. 1834

Journal kept by Thomas H. Cabot onboard the Logan bound for Gibraltar and Canton on Perkins & Son business. John Murray Forbes served as supercargo on the voyage. Also includes Cabot's notes on how to keep books and make sales.

Reel 18Vol. 2
Biographical sketch of Henry Lee by Hamilton Andrews Hill, 1894Removed to Box A, Folder 1.
Reel 18Vol. 3-4
Jonathan Jackson letterbooks, 1765-1780

Letterbooks of Jonathan Jackson containing copies of letters to Edmund Quincy, Samuel and Jonathan Smith, Henry and Thomas Bromfield, Henry Cruger, George Brown, Peter Contencin, Isaac Sears, Stephen Sayre, Pelatiah Webster, Martin Brimmer, Thomas and Isaac Wharton, Simon Fraser, Edmund Freeman, Robert Jenkins, Joseph Gardoqui, Samuel Newhall, John Morss, James Tracy, Philip Livingston, Simeon Mayhew, Richard Derby, Jr., Henry Crouch, Hector McNeill, and others. Subjects include colonial mercantile affairs and business transactions; the formation and dissolution of the firm of Jackson & John Bromfield and the formation of Jackson, (Nathaniel) Tracy & (John) Tracy; American opposition to the Stamp Acts and other parliamentary restrictions on shipping; the Continental Congress and nonimportation of British goods; trade with Spain and the West Indies; shipping during the American Revolution; privateering; the capture of the ship Yankee Hero and subsequent prisoner exchange, 1776; and Jonathan Jackson's opinions on taxation, war, and peace.

Reel 18Vol. 5
Jonathan Jackson letterbook, 17 Mar.-14 Sep. 1790

Letterbook of Jonathan Jackson containing copies of letters to Aaron Brown, Joseph Thomas, John Sprague, John Paine, and others. Subjects include the taking of the census in Massachusetts under the direction of Jonathan Jackson.

Reel 18Vol. 6-7
Jonathan Jackson estate papers, 1806-1829

The will of Jonathan Jackson and records of the executors of his estate.

Reel 18Vol. 8-9
Jackson & Bromfield accounts and journal, 1764-1771

Account book and business journal of the Jackson & Bromfield firm. Subjects include Jackson & Bromfield shipping orders and invoices.

Reel 18Vol. 10
Patrick Tracy Jackson financial journal, 1836-1847

Subjects include family and business finances.

Reel 18-19Vol. 11-16
Patrick Tracy Jackson letterbooks, 1802-1826Vol. 11-13 removed to Box A, Folders 2-4.

Letterbooks of Patrick Tracy Jackson containing letters to Ebenezer Parlay, Ram Duloll Day, Joseph Cutler, Joseph Lee, Jr., Francis C. Lowell, Andrew Cabot, Stephen Higginson, Joseph G. Chamberlain, Peter Remsen, Elihu Doty, Samuel Williams, William Bartlett, Henry Lee, Samuel Cabot, George Lee, Isaac Lawrence, Samuel Yorke, James Schott, E.A. Newton, William Oliver, John Tracy, Jr., Albert Gallatin, Thomas Lee, Jr., David Moody, Christopher Gore, Cornelius Coolidge, James Lloyd, Rufus King, and others. Subjects include the India trade, trade with the West Indies, the trading policies of Emperor Henry Christophe of Haiti, the Embargo Act of 1807, the Non-Intercourse Law of 1809, and the War of 1812 and their effect on shipping and the beginnings of the Merrimack Manufacturing Company and Lowell, Mass. The volume contains very few letters after 1813.

Reel 19Vol. 17-18
Francis Lee account book and travel journal, 1822-1823Removed to Box A, Folders 5-6.

Subjects include foreign trade accounts and Francis Lee's 1823 trip to England and Scotland.

Reel 19Vol. 19-21
Harriet J. Lee school composition books, 1834-1840Removed to Box A, Folders 7-9.
Reel 20Vol. 22-27
Henry Lee account books, 1799-1817Vol. 25 removed to Box A, Folder 10.

Account books of Henry Lee containing copies of orders, invoices, bills of exchange, etc., which detail transactions with merchants, factories, ship captains, and customers. Most of the material concerns the East India trade. Includes Lee's lengthy instructions on bidding, buying, and selling to supercargo Charles D. Miles in Calcutta, 1817 (Vol. 26). Parts of Vol. 25 are torn, and the volume is in generally bad condition.

Reel 20-21Vol. 28-31
Henry Lee account books, 1833-1858Vol. 28-29 removed to Box A, Folders 11-12.

Account books of Henry Lee detailing Lee family investments. Includes information on shares held by Henry Lee, Henry Lee, Jr., Francis L. Lee, Harriet Lee Morse, and Elizabeth Cabot Lee in the Appleton, Boott, Cabot, Dwight, Hamilton, Lowell, Mass., Merrimack, Middlesex, and Tremont manufacturing companies; the Charles River Bridge; the Locks and Canals Co.; the Lowell Railroad; and other enterprises. Vol. 30 contains copies of letters from Henry Lee to Henry Lee, Jr., George Higginson, and William Amory. Vol. 31 includes a letter from Henry Lee to James Jackson and a copy of a letter from John Adams to Nicholas Boylston, 1820, discussing the estate in Brookline later owned by the Lees.

Reel 21Vol. 32-36
Henry Lee garden books, 1857-1862Removed to Box A, Folders 13-17.

Garden books of Henry Lee detailing the land measured and drained, trees and shrubs planted and removed, fruits and vegetables planted and harvested, and laborers employed at the Brookline estate of Henry Lee. Vol. 35 also contains a list of some books given as gifts by Lee, 1860.

Reel 21Vol. 37
Henry Lee notebook, n.d.

Book of geometry problems and various other sketches relating to measures and navigation.

Reel 21Vol. 38
Henry Lee notebook, Apr. 1850Removed to Box A, Folder 18.

Henry Lee notes on John Bromfield (1779-1849) for a memoir of Bromfield by Josiah Quincy.

Reel 21-23Vol. 39-48
Henry Lee letterbooks, 1804-1852

Letterbooks containing copies of letters to Nathaniel Cabot Lee, Joseph Lee, Jr., John Lewis Brown, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Samuel Williams, Arthur Spear, Israel Thorndike, Thaddeus Mayhew, Peter Remsen, Samuel Yorke, William H. Savage, Henry Higginson, Joseph Hall, Jr., Andrew Cabot, Antonio de Frias, William Oliver, George Lee, Ozias Goodwin, Samuel Cabot, Jr., E.A. Newton, William A. Newton, Francis C. Lowell, Thomas H. Perkins, Thomas Lee, Jr., James Russell, Francis Lee, John J. Trowbridge, Charles Williams, James MacKillop, Baboo Delsock Roy, John Tracy, James Williams, R.P. Ochterlony, Charles D. Miles, Richard C. Cabot, James Schott, James B. Higginson, Richard Burr, Clement C. Biddle, J. Horsley Palmer, Thomas Thornely, Alexander Turnbull, David Henshaw, George R. Minot, George Brown, J.J. Dixwell, and others. Also included are letters from Ozias Goodwin, Patrick Tracy Jackson, Andrew Cabot, Thomas H. Perkins, and others. Subjects include the India trade; the coronation of Napoleon; the effects of British Orders-in-Council, Napoleonic trade decrees, the American Non-Intercourse Act, and the War of 1812 on shipping; the various revolutions in Spanish America; French, Indian, Portuguese, Italian, and Arab trading practices; the opium trade; cotton; the China trade; and Henry Lee's opinions on the War of 1812, the cotton trade, currency, the tariff, and general economic matters. There are no letterbooks for 1806-1809, 1819-1834, or 1836-1839.

Reel 23Vol. 49-52
Henry Lee memoranda books, 1809-1856Vol. 50 removed to Box B, Folder 1.

Memoranda books of Henry Lee concerning prices and sales of merchandise, the state of various markets, insurance, ship arrivals, profit calculations, and expenses relating to the Lee Brookline estate.

Reel 24Vol. 53
Henry Lee scrapbook, n.d.

Scrapbook of Henry Lee on the Lee family of Quarrendon, England. Includes a coat of arms and genealogical notes.

Reel 24Vol. 54-55
Henry Lee scrapbooks, 1849-1862

Scrapbooks of Boston newspaper clippings of articles on cotton manufacturing.

Reel 24-25Vol. 56-65
Henry Lee scrapbooks, 1843-1862Vol. 60 and 65 removed to Box B, Folders 2-3.

Scrapbooks of clippings from various newspapers concerning international, national, state, and municipal political and economic affairs. Included are scrapbooks concerning the Cuban insurrection of 1851 (Vol. 61), slavery and emancipation (Vol. 62), and the Civil War (Vol. 65).

Reel 25Vol. 66
Henry Lee notebook, n.d.

Notebook containing 11 pages of verse collected by Henry Lee.

Reel 25Vol. 67-68
Henry Lee, Jr., account books, 1833-1839, 1895-1898

Account books of Henry Lee, Jr., containing entries relating to Bengal currency, costs of merchandise, and personal finances (earnings, expenses, membership dues, political contributions).

Reel 25Vol. 69
Henry Lee, Jr., bank book, 1861Removed to Box B, Folder 4.

Bank book of Henry Lee, Jr., containing notes on various family accounts.

Reel 25Vol. 70-71
Biographical sketch of John Winthrop by Henry Lee, Jr., n.d.

Handwritten and typewritten copies of a two-volume biographical sketch of John Winthrop by Henry Lee, Jr.

Reel 25Vol. 72-76
Henry Lee, Jr., journals, 1838-1866Removed to Box B, Folders 5-9.

Journals of Henry Lee, Jr., discussing trips to Rio de Janeiro, Europe, and various parts of New England and listing tasks to be done as aide-de-camp to Governor Andrew.

Reel 25Vol. 77
Henry Lee, Jr., lecture notes, June 1835Removed to Box B, Folder 10.

Henry Lee, Jr., Harvard lecture notes on the "History of Chemistry."

Reel 26-31Vol. 78-83
Henry Lee, Jr., letterbooks, 1864-1890

Letterbooks of Henry Lee, Jr., containing copies of letters to John A. Andrew, Ambrose E. Burnside, J. Elliot Cabot, Stephen Cabot, U.S. Grant, E.I. Godkin, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., Reverdy Johnson, Jr., Henry Lee, Abbott Lawrence, Frederick Law Olmsted, John Gorham Palfrey, Henry Wilson, Robert C. Winthrop, William Tecumseh Sherman, Charles W. Eliot, John Murray Forbes, Charles Francis Adams, Jr., Richard Henry Dana, Jr., Waldo Higginson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Thomas H. Perkins, F.O. Prince, Charles Sumner, Edward Atkinson, Charles Devens, George Frisbie Hoar, William Dean Howells, Henry Lee Higginson, Robert Todd Lincoln, Elizur Wright, Henry M. Whitney, Alexander Agassiz, Benjamin F. Butler, Henry Cabot Lodge, Theodore Lyman, Charles H. Taylor, Richard Olney, Josiah Quincy, Leverett Saltonstall, Augustus St. Gaudens, Frank W. Taussig, Justin Winsor, and others. Subjects include Lee business and family finances; Civil War military matters; Benjamin F. Butler; John A. Andrew; U.S. Grant; national, Massachusetts, and Boston political affairs; Harvard activities; the Cabot and Lee genealogy; and the preservation of the landmarks of Old Boston. There are no letterbooks for 1885-1886.

Reel 32Vol. 84-85
Henry Lee, Jr., notebooks, 1875-1877Removed to Box B, Folders 11-12.

Notebooks on military affairs in Massachusetts.

Reel 32Vol. 86
Henry Lee, Jr., scrapbook, 1854-1893

Henry Lee, Jr., scrapbook containing clippings of his writings, articles about him and other Bostonians, historical articles, and lectures of Josiah Royce and others at the "School of Ethics" in Plymouth, Mass.

Reel 32Vol. 87-88
Henry Lee, Jr., scrapbooks, n.d.

Scrapbooks of Henry Lee, Jr., containing clippings of poems and various other articles and notes on the Lee genealogy. Includes a letter from Anson Titus.

Reel 32Vol. 89
Henry Lee, Jr., scrapbook, 1865-1898Removed to Box B, Folder 13.

Scrapbook of various writings of Henry Lee, Jr. (obituaries, letters to the editor, etc.)

Reel 32Vol. 90
Joseph Lee account book, 1777-1779Removed to Box B, Folder 14.

Account book of Joseph Lee detailing sales of merchandise from the brigantine Oliver Cromwell.

Reel 32Vol. 91-93
Joseph Lee almanacs, 1828-1831Vol. 91 removed to Box B, Folder 15. Vol. 92-93 removed to Box C, Folders 1-2.

Copies of The Farmer's Almanack with notes on the daily weather.

Reel 33Vol. 94-95
Joseph Lee blotters, 1773-1788Removed to Box C, Folders 3-4.

Blotters of Joseph Lee & Co. containing entries on business transactions.

Reel 33Vol. 96-97
Joseph Lee cash books, 1773-1805Vol. 96 removed to Box C, Folder 5.

Cash books of Joseph Lee listing cash receipts and disbursements.

Reel 33-34Vol. 98-102
Joseph Lee ledgers, 1767-1802

Ledgers of Joseph Lee containing records of various business transactions. Vol. 99 (1773-1793) is a distillery ledger.

Reel 34Vol. 103-104
Joseph Lee waste books, 1773-1786Vol. 104 removed to Box C, Folder 6.

Waste books of Joseph Lee detailing various business transactions. Vol. 105 (1784-1786) is a waste book for the wharf and warehouse owned by Brown & Thorndike, George Cabot, and Lee.

Reel 34Vol. 105
Joseph Lee account book, 1800-1812

Account book of Joseph Lee and George Cabot listing vessels and cargo cleared for America from Calcutta.

Reel 34Vol. 106
Joseph Lee waste book, 1781-1784Removed to Box C, Folder 7.

Waste book of Joseph Lee and George Cabot concerning the administration of the estate of Elizabeth Cabot.

Reel 34-35Vol. 107-108
Joseph Lee waste books, 1785-1808

Waste books of Joseph Lee and George Cabot detailing business transactions.

Reel 35Vol. 109
Joseph Lee business journal, 1785-1802

Business journal of Joseph Lee and George Cabot detailing various transactions.

Reel 35Vol. 110
Joseph Lee, Jr., letterbook, 27 Feb.-12 May 1812Removed to Box C, Folder 8.

Letterbook of Joseph Lee, Jr., in Havana discussing business and describing Cuba. Writing is in pencil and barely legible.

Reel 35Vol. 111
Joseph Lee, Jr., account book, 1803-1810

Account book of Joseph Lee, Jr., and Henry Lee detailing sales of goods of various brigs.

Reel 35-36Vol. 112-113
Joseph Lee, Jr., letterbooks, 1793-1808

Letterbooks of Joseph Lee, Jr., and Henry Lee containing copies of letters to James Duff, E.H. Derby, Jr., John Stille, William Wyman, Jacob Crowninshield, John White, John Williams, Samuel Cabot, Thomas Lee, Jr., Peter Remsen, Rufus Bigelow, Robert Cabot, Nathaniel Bowditch, Israel Thorndike, Francis Lee, Samuel Williams, William Oliver, John Tracy, Jr., Frederic Cabot, Samuel Yorke, Patrick Tracy Jackson, and others. Subjects include Lee business, the India trade, European markets, the Embargo Act, and the prospects for war with Great Britain.

Reel 36Vol. 114
Joseph Lee, Jr., memorandum book, 1807-1822Removed to Box C, Folder 9.

Memorandum book of Joseph Lee, Jr., and Henry Lee containing various accounts, price data, and a detailed letter by H.L. on the subject of cotton, 1822.

Reel 36Vol. 115
Thomas Lee ledger, 1769-1818

Ledger of Thomas Lee detailing business transactions.

Reel 36-37Vol. 116-124
Thomas Lee, Jr., account books, 1802-1829

Account books of Thomas Lee, Jr., containing orders, invoices, etc., pertaining to voyages to and transactions in Rotterdam, Boston, Philadelphia, London, Havana, Sumatra, and other ports. Includes copies of letters to Samuel P. Gardner, Ebenezer Francis, George Lee, Joseph Pitcairn, John Bryant, Robert Cabot, Samuel Williams, Henry Lee, Samuel Cabot, Jr., John Bromfield, John Lewis Brown, Charles Williams, Humphrey Devereux, Francis Lee, John H. Cabot, and others.

Reel 37Vol. 125
Thomas Lee, Jr., cash book, 1817-1823

Cash book of Thomas Lee, Jr., listing cash receipts and disbursements.

Reel 37-38Vol. 126-133
Thomas Lee, Jr., business journals, 1829-1858Vol. 129 removed to Box C, Folder 10.

Business journals of Thomas Lee, Jr., containing information on daily business transactions. There are no journals for 1834, 1845-1847, or 1852.

Reel 38-40Vol. 134-148
Thomas Lee, Jr., ledgers, 1817-1865Vol. 139-140 removed to Box C, Folders 11-12.

Ledgers of Thomas Lee, Jr., containing invoices and other business and personal financial records.

Reel 40Vol. 149-150
Thomas Lee, Jr., letterbooks, 1817-1831

Letterbooks of Thomas Lee, Jr., containing copies of letters to George Knight, Peter Remsen, George Williams, Abbott Lawrence, James Drake, John Tracy, Jr., John H. Cabot, Thomas Wright, Samuel Williams, Charles W. Story, John Harrod, Ephraim Thayer, Edward W. Waldo, James Moorfield, Henry Lee, Edward Dorr, Lambert Dexter, Martin Van Buren, and others. Subjects include Havana and European trade. The letters to Van Buren relate to the loss of ships in a bombardment of Antwerp by the Netherlands during the Belgian Revolution, 1830.

Reel 40Vol. 151
Thomas Lee, Jr., logbook, 30 Apr.-18 Dec. 1824

Ship's log for the brig Henrico from Boston to Famouth, Gibraltar, Lisbon, and back to Gibraltar.

Reel 40-41Vol. 152-154
Thomas Lee, Jr., waste books, 1804-1824

Waste books of Thomas Lee, Jr., containing invoices, bills of exchange, premium notes, and other business information.

Reel 41Vol. 155
William C. Lee business journal, 1796-1800

Business journal of William C. Lee detailing various business transactions.

Reel 41Vol. 156
John Tracy, Jr., memorandum book, 1810

Memorandum book of John Tracy, Jr., containing memoranda on the goods of Calcutta, Ceylon, Muscat, and other ports.

Reel 41Vol. 157
Account book, n.d.

Account book containing information on accounts of Humphrey Devereux, Joseph Lee, Francis Lee, Nancy Lee, Andrew Cabot, and others, as well as invoices for various goods.

Reel 41Vol. 158-159
Indexes, n.d.

Bound indexes to unknown Lee letterbook and ledger. Listing of names, transactions, and page numbers.

Reel 41Vol. 160-161
Genealogical material, 1875-1880

"Ancestral tablets" containing genealogical material on the Cheever, Shattuck, Lee, Jackson, Davis, Pickering, and other related families. Also includes a typewritten page on the "Irish Ancestry of President Coolidge" (1925) and three letters of Frederick C. Shattuck concerning genealogy.

Reel 41Vol. 162
General index, n.d.Removed to Box C, Folder 13.

General index to the papers of Henry Lee, Jr., listing writings, letters, journals, etc.

Reel 41Vol. 163
Manuscript music, n.d.

Incomplete volume of manuscript music including "Minstrel Song," "Happy Farmer," and other pieces.

Reel 41Vol. 164
Lee European passport, 1853Removed to Box C, Folder 14.
Vol. 165
Lee family genealogyRemoved to Box C, Folder 15.

Note: This volume has not been microfilmed.

Select Index

This index contains the names of all correspondents in Boxes 1-20 (Series I), all names mentioned in the oversize material (Series II), and the names of the authors and/or owners of the bound volumes (Series III). Also included in this list are the names of select individuals and subjects of historical significance in the collection. The numbers following each item indicate box and folder. For example, correspondence with Francis Abbot can be found in Box 10, Folder 7.

Abbot, Francis, 10.7
Abbott, E.S., 7.14
Abbott, Edwin Hale, 7.13, 7.14
Abbott, J.G., 7.4
Aborn, H.M., 7.12
Adam, R.B., 7.2
Adams, Brooks, 9.8
Adams, C[harles] F[rancis], Jr., 8.16
Adams, John, 1.15, 2.4
Adams, John Quincy (1767-1848), 1.19, 3.3
Adams, John Quincy (1833-1894), 1.1, 7.19, 8.8, 8.10, 9.8
Adams, Samuel, 2.2
Agassiz, A[lexander], 9.2
Agassiz, Elizabeth (Lizzie) Cary, 9.4, 9.12, 9.13, 9.17
Ainsworth, J.A., 7.14
Alexander, [Fletcher], 5.2
Alice, sloop, 1.18
Allen, George H., 7.13
Allen, J.M., 3.11, 3.12
Almy, Charles, 17.7
Almy, Nelly, 17.15
Ames, Hector C., 4.11, 6.5
Ames, Oliver, 9.6
Amory, Jonathan, 2.15
Amory, R[ufus] G[reene], 1.13
Amory, Thomas, 1.19
Amory, Thomas J.G., 7.10
Amory, William, 6.12, 7.5
Amoskeag Co., 3.11
Anderson, John F., 8.8
Andrew, John Albion, 7.1, 7.3, 7.7, 7.8, 7.9, 7.10, 7.11, 7.17, 8.1, 8.3, 8.4, 8.6, 8.7, 8.8, 8.9, 8.11, 9.15, 10.1, 10.2
Andrew, John F., 9.8
Andrews, George L., 7.13, 7.17, 8.11
Andrews, Samuel, 4.10
Andrews, W[illiam] T., 5.17
Appleton, Daniel, 6.15, 16.13, 16.14
Appleton, Francis H., 16.14-17, 16.20
Appleton, William, 6.13
Ariel, schooner, 4.4
Armitiag, Joseph, 1.3
Ashley, O.D., 6.5
Ashton, John, 1.13
Asia, ship, 6.3
Atkinson, Edward, 9.7, 16.2, 16.3, 16.5-16, 16.18-21
Atkinson, Joshua, 1.9
Atkinson, William, 16.16
Atwood, John, Box OS
Aura, barque, 7.9
Austin, Edward, 4.1
Austin, S[amuel, Jr.], 4.2
Avery, John, Jr., Box OS
Aylwin, William C., 3.11
Ayres, Frank C., 17.1
Babson, John J., 8.16
Bacon, Edwin M., 9.8
Bagly, Jonathan, 1.7
Bagnall, W.R., 9.2
Baker, E.C., 6.11
Baker, Eliphalet, 1.13
Baker, John J., 7.7
Baker, Thomas, Box OS
Baker, William, Jr., 7.19
Bakhelder, Caleb, 1.14
Balch, Francis V., 16.17
Baldwin, William H., 16.17
Banks, Charles E, 9.18
Banks, Nathaniel, 6.17, 7.6
Baring Brothers & Co., 2.6
Barnard, John, Box OS
Barnett, A.L., 9.8
Barrett, L[awrence] P., 7.8
Barrett, Thomas, 1.13
Barry, Thomas, 6.10, 6.11, 6.13
Bartlett, Samuel, 2.3, 2.5, 2.13
Bartlett, W[illiam], 1.13
Bartlett, William Francis, 10.4
Barton, William E., 16.18
Batchelder, Cabot, 1.18
Batchelder, Josiah, 1.13, 1.14
Beals, Thomas, 2.13
Bele, Thomas, Box OS
Bemis, George, 3.10, 3,11, 3.15
Bennett & Dickson, 1.16
Bentley, Joshua, 1.13, 1.14
Berlin, Florence, 17.7
Bethel, ship, 1.7
Betsy, brig, 1.13-16, Box OS
Beverly Improvement Society, 10.3
Biddle, Clement C., 3.5-8, 4.1, 4.3, 4.4, 5.1, 5.5, 5.12, 6.2, 6.3
Bigelow, Henry J[acob], 4.1, 4.9, 4.10, 5.9, 5.14, 10.5
Bigelow, John P., 4.3
Bigelow, W[illiam] S[turgis], 9.11
Bill, James B., 8.1
Blaine, James G., 9.3
Blanchard, George & Sarah, 2.15
Bollan, W[illiam], 1.7
Borden, Richard, 7.1
Boston Common, 10.7
Boston - Old South Meeting House, 10.8
Boston Post, 8.5, 9.6-10
Boston Theatre, 6.2, 6.3, 6.7, 6.9-17, 7.3, 7.10-12, 9.12
Boston Evening Transcript, 12.9
Boston Transit Commission, 9.12, 9.13, 13.12
Bowditch, Charles P., 9.3
Bowditch, Henry Ingersoll, 8.10
Bowditch, J[onathan] Ingersoll, 6.6, 6.7, 8.1, 8.12
Bowditch, Nathaniel I., 6.5
Bowditch, William I., 6.1
Bowdoin, James, 1.11
Bowen, Clarence W., 9.18
Bowles, Mary, 1.9
Boyd, Francis, 4.10, 5.10
Boyd, James & Sons, 7.1
Braden, Henry S., 8.1
Bradford, George P., 10.3
Bradlee, C[aleb] D[avis], 1.1
Briggs, Henry, 7.18
Brimmer, Martin, 1.14, 7.5, 8.1, 8.16, 9.7, 10.9
Britton, Charles & Sarah, 1.8
Bromfield, Ann, 1.2, 2.15
Bromfield, Henry & Thomas, 1.7, 1.18
Bromfield, John, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6
Bronson, J., 3.7
Brooks, P[eter] C[hardon], 1.19, 2.7
Brooks, P[eter] C[hardon], Jr., 7.7
Brooks, Phillips, 10.10
Brooks, Thomas, 1.3
Brown, Nehemiah, 8.4, 8.5, 8.7
Brown, William, 7.4, 7.12-15, 7.17
Brown & Thorndike, 1.13
Browne, A[lbert] G., Jr., 7.6, 7.9, 7.11, 8.1, 8.8
Bruce, George A., 9.3
Bryant, William Cullen, 8.15
Bull, Job & Sarah, 1.5
Bullard, Stephen, 5.12, 5.15-19, 6.1-4, 6.7
Bullard, William S., 3.17, 4.1, 4.2, 4.5-9, 4.12, 4.13, 5.1, 5.3, 5.5, 5.8, 5.11-16, 5.19, 6.1-5, 6.7, 10.11
Bullard & Lee, 3.17, 3.18, 4.5, 4.6, 4.9, 4.12, 4.13, 5.1, 5.3, 5.11, 5.12, 5.16, 5.18, 5.19, 6.1-5
Bullock, Alexander H., 8.15
Bullock, [W.W.], 7.4-6
Burditt, B[enjamin] A., 6.17
Burke, John, 1.13-16, Box OS
Burnell, R.S., 7.6
Burnside, A[mbrose] E[verett], 8.8
Bustamante, Santiago, 1.1
Butler, Benjamin F., 7.7, 7.9, 7.11, 8.12, 9.2, 10.13
Butler, H.H.G., 5.18
Butler, Noble, 5.18
Cabot, Andrew, 1.17, 1.19
Cabot, Anna, Box OS
Cabot, E[dward] C[larke], 7.13, 8.4
Cabot, Elizabeth, 1.7, 1.8, 1.17
Cabot, Elliot, 5.12
Cabot, Follen, 7.16
Cabot, Francis, 1.6, 1.17, Box OS
Cabot, George, 1.9, 1.17, 8.16, Box OS, Vol. 105-109
Cabot, George E., 17.5
Cabot, J. Elliot, 5.12, 6.7, 6.8, 6.9, 7.3, 7.4, 9.2
Cabot, John, 1.6, 1,17, 1.19
Cabot, Joseph, 1.6, 1.7, Box OS
Cabot, Joseph S., 8.2
Cabot, Lizzie, 1.1, 5.12
Cabot, Philip, 17.3
Cabot, Richard Clarke, 2.16
Cabot, Samuel (1759-1819), 1.17
Cabot, Samuel (1815-1885), 6.2
Cabot, Samuel (1850-1906), 8.15, 16.18
Cabot, Samuel (1884-1967), 17.4
Cabot, Stephen, 7.12, 7.13, 7.19, 8.1, 8.5, 8.8, 8.12
Cabot, Thomas Handasyd, Vol. 1
Cabot, Walter, 6.1
Cabot genealogy, 5.19, 8.2
Calhoun, J[ohn] C[aldwell], 3.8, 5.17
Capen, Lois L., 6.17
Caraher, A.P., 7.15
Carey, William H., 17.9
Carpenter, Deborah, 3.5
Carpenter, Frances, 17.7
Carter, James C., 9.14
Cary, Alice, 16.20
Cary, Richard, 7.6, 7.14
Cary, Sarah G., 11.2
Cary, Thomes B., 8.16
Cary, William H., 17.9
Casey, Henry, 4.10
Chamberlain, S.E., 8.15
Chandler, P[eleg] W[hitman], 7.3
Chapman, Samuel, 1.7
Chapple, W.F., 7.2
Cheves, Langdon, 5.11
Child, Dudley R., 9.15
Child, F[rancis] J[ames], 8.12
Civil Service Reform, 11.4
Clapp, W[illiam] W[arland], 7.16, 8.14, 9.9
Clark, W[illiam] S[mith], 7.12
Clarke, Ambrose, 2.3
Clarke, Henry & Priscilla, 1.19
Clarke, John, Box OS
Clarke, Jonas, 1.5
Clarke, Richard, 1.17
Clarke, Thomas, 1.7
Clay, Henry, 11.1
Clement, E[dward] H[enry], 9.10-12, 9.14, 9.15, 12.9
Cleveland, Grover, 9.3, 9.6, 9.14
Cleveland, Sarah Paine, 11.5
Clifford, John H., 8.14
Codman, C[harles] R[ussell], 8.3, 9.4
Cole, Arthur H., 17.11, 17.14
Collinger, M., 4.3
Colman, John, 1.6
Colman, William, 1.9
Cook, Isaac & Martha, 1.7
Coolidge, J. Randolph, Jr., 9.4
Coolidge, T. Jefferson, 13.14
Coolidge, Mrs. Thomas Jefferson, 9.6
Cosby, F., 5.18
Cotting, Charles U., 9.3
Couch, D[arius] N[ash], 7.4, 7.9, 7.11, 7.13, 8.1
Covel, Samuel, 1.14
Cranch, Richard, 2.4
Crawford, Thomas, Box OS
Crouch, Henry, 1.8
Crouch & Gray, 1.8
Crowninshield, F[rancis] B., 7.3
Cruft, [S].B., 7.17
Cruttenden, Mackillop & Co., 2.14, 3.4
Cummings, Charles A., 9.1
Cunningham, Francis, 4.4, 4.5
Cunningham, J.S., 3.11, 3.12
Currier, J.W., 4.10
Currier, John J., 9.14
Curtis, Edwin U., 9.14, 13.3
Curtis, George J., 5.16
Curtis, George W., 11.12
Curtis, H.P., 7.5
Curtis & Co., 7.9
Cushing, [ ], 7.2
Cushing, J[ohn] P[erkins], 6.3
Cushing, Robert M., 11.12
Cushing, Thomas C., 2.2
Cutter, Mary L., 7.6
Dale, William J., 8.12, 8.15
Dalton, C[harles] H[enry], 7.2, 7.4, 7.7, 7.9, 9.6, 13.18
Dana, James J., 7.13-15
Dana, Richard H., Jr., 7.12, 8.12
Dana, S.G., 3.12
Danforth, Samuel, 1.8
Davenport, Addington, 1.4, 1.5, Box OS
Davenport, Henry, 9.10
Davis, Caleb, 1.1, 9.18, Vol. 161
Davis, Isaac, 1.13
Davis, J., Jr., 6.6
Davis, P.S., 7.14, 7.15
Dawes, Lizzie M., 7.12
Dean, John Ward, 9.16
Dearborn, Henry A.S., 5.13
Degrand, P[eter] P[aul] F[rancis], 2.3
Dehon, William, 4.4
Deluis, [ ], 2.18
Denison, Daniel, 1.3, 1.4
Denison, Henry, 11.6
Denny, George, 5.17
Densmore, Albert M., 6.12
Derby, Elias H., 1.15
Derby, George, 6.1
Devens, Charles, 8.8, 11.7
Devereux, Charles, 7.2, 7.3
Devereux, George, 7.2
Dewar, Andrew, 1.7
Dexter, Gordon, 5.15
Dexter, T.C.A., 7.17
Dixey, Ellen Sturgis, 16.18
Dixwell, E[pes] S[argent], 6.17
Doering, Rev. & Co., 4.10
[Domiston], Dr. E.E., 6.4
Doolittle, O., 4.10
Doolittle, Theo. A., 4.10
Down, John, Box OS
Draft Riot, 8.5
Drake, Jas., 2.19
Drew, Thomas, 7.6
Driscole, John & Mary, 4.4
Drury, J.J., 17.7
Dudley, J.G., 6.4
Dudley, Thomas, 11.8
Dunbar, Peter, 4.2
Dunn, James C., 8.3
Dutton, E.C., 7.5
Dutton & Wentworth, 5.16
Dwight, Anna C.L., 3.15
Dwight, Mary E., 4.9, 5.13
Dwight, [Wilder], 7.10, 7.11, 7.15
Edmands, Thomas F., 15.10, 15.12, 16.15
Edwards, Isaac [P.T.], 16.15
Edwards, Oliver, 7.16
Eliot, Charles W., 7.18, 9.4, 16.8, 16.9, 16.17, 16.20
Eliot, Josiah, 1.14
Eliot, Samuel, 6.1, 6.2
Eliot, William H., 11.9
Ellery, Harrison, 9.4, 9.11, 9.12, 11.11
Elliot, John W., 17.7
Elliot Manufacturing Corporation, 3.3
Ellis, Asa, 2.3, 2.5
Ellis, George E., 9.13, 12.4
Ellis, J., 6.7
Ellis & Melledge, 9.11, 9.13, 9.14
Ely, A[lfred] B., 7.1, 7.7
Emerson, Edward W., 9.1
Emerson, R[alph] Waldo, 8.13, 9.1
Emerson, William, 1.7
Endicott, Robert, 2.1
Endicott, William, Jr., 8.4
Epps, Daniel, 1.4
Everett, Edward, 2.10, 3.18, 4.1, 7.5
Everett, William, 9.10, 12.11, 12.9
Farnsworth, A[ddison], 7.17
Farrant, Godslee, Box OS
Favorite, schooner, 1.12, Vol. 158
Faxon, George N., 7.12
Fay, Clement K., 13.11
Fellows, J.F., 7.13
Fernandez, Andres, 1.1
Fields, Annie, 16.18
Fields, J[ames] T[homas], 7.2
Fisher & Co., 7.17
Fiske, A.H., 7.12
Fiske, John, 9.1, 9.5
Fletcher, Alexander & Co., 4.13
Follett, Dexter H., 7.7
Folsom, Charles, 6.11, 6.12
Forbes, Edith Emerson, 9.16
Forbes, J[ohn] M[urray], 7.1, 7.7, 7.14, 8.1, 8.12, 8.15, 9.1, 9.6, 9.11, 16.1-7, 16.9, 16.16, 16.17, 16.21, 16.22, Box OS
Forbes, R[obert] Bennet, 7.13
Forbes, Thomas Tunno, 3.4
Ford, Worthington C., 9.18
Forts in Boston Harbor, 7.19
Foster, [ ], 7.19
Foster, [ ] S., 8.1
Foster, James & Sarah, 1.8
Foster, John, Box OS
Foster, N.H., 6.16
Fox, J.B., 8.1
Fox, John L., 7.14
Fox, T[homas] B., 8.1
Francis, Eben, 2.2, 2.6, 2.7, 2.14
Francis, T.E., 7.5
Free Trade Convention (1831), 3.6
French, Charles E., 9.2
French, Helen H., 17.8
Frost, Samuel, 4.1
Frothingham, Theo., 8.11
Fuller, Charles E., 7.4
Fuller, William, 1.3
Gage, Addison & Co., 7.9
Gage, Zachariah, 1.14, 1.15, Box OS
Gallatin, Albert, 2.7, 3.6
Gardiner, J.W. Tudor, 3.9
Gardner, George, 1.8
Gardner, George W., 8.1
Gardner, Henry, Vol. 161
Gardner, John, 1.19, 2.3
Gardner, Jon, 1.5
Gardner, S.J., 3.12
Gardner, Samuel, 1.7
Gardoqui, Joseph, 1.8, Box OS
Garrison, W.P., 8.12, 12.9
Gay, Timothy, 1.13
Gebhard & Co., 2.18, 2.19
George III (Great Britain), 1.17
Gerrish, Benjamin, 1.5, 1.7
Gerrish, Isabel F., 9.18
Gilbert, John, 9.6, 9.7, 11.12
Gladstone, William Ewart, 5.14
[Glynn], John, Box OS
Goddard, D.A., 8.12, 9.1
Godkin, E[dwin] L[awrence], 8.12, 9.1, 9.4, 9.5, 9.10
Goodale, George Lincoln, 9.16
[Goodhue, Jonathan], 5.11
Goodwin, Ozias, 5.14
Goodwin, W[illiam] W[atson], 9.12
Gordon, George H., 7.17
Gordon & Smith, 2.3
Gore, Christopher, 2.14
Gorham, Nathaniel, Jr., 1.19
Gorham, R. 9.6
[Goslier], John Berenberg, 2.17
Gouge, William M., 4.1, 4.3, 5.6, 5.8, 5.10, 5.11, 5.12, 5.14
Gould, A[ugustus] A[ddison], 7.14
Gowen, William C., 2.17, 2.19
Grand, Francis, 3.9
Granger, Anna C., 9.15
Grant, Mrs., 5.3
Grant, Robert, 9.14
Grant, Samuel, 1.13
Grant, Ulysses S., 8.13
Grant, Pillans & Co., 2.17-19
Gras, N.S.B., 17.2-4, 17.6-8
Gray, James, 1.13, 1.14
Gray, William, 1.18, 7.5
[Greeharn], John, 7.15
Green, Zacheus, 2.3
Greene, Col., 7.3
Greene, George S., 7.17
Greene, Samuel A., 16.16
Greene. Thomas A., 5.17
Greenleaf, R.C., 7.17, 8.2
Greenough, D.S., 3.10, 3.18
Greenwood, John, 8.9
Gregory, Frances W., 17.14
Grew, Henry S., 9.7
Griffin, Jon, 2.2
Griffing, John & Eliza, 1.3
Grinnell, Joseph, 5.17
Griswold, Charles E., 7.7, 8.2
Grozier, E.A., 9.9, 9.10
Grunch, George, 5.12
Guild, Charles E., 8.10
Guild, Curtis, Jr., 8.12, 9.14, 9.15, 11.14
Habersham, Josephine Clay, 4.2
Habersham, William N., 3.11-13, 3.17, 3.18, 4.1-4, 5.13
Habershoh, Muller & Meyer, 6.13
Hale, Edward Everett, 4.13, 12.9
Hale, Matthew, 9.2
Hale, Nathan, 3.7, 5.5, 5.12
Haley, T.W., 9.13
Hall, Clayton Colman, 9.9
Hall, Richard B., 7.1, 7.11
Hall, T.B., 7.9
Halleck, H[enry] W., 7.15
Hallowell, N.P. (Pen), 9.14-16, 16.14, 16.15, 16.20
Hallowell, R[ichard] P., 8.14
Hallowell, Sarah N., 9.17
Hamilton, Alexander, Jr., 8.10
Hamilton, Schuyler, 7.6
Hammatt, S., 5.17
Hampden Mills, 6.13
Hancock, John, 11.14, Box OS
Harbach, J.W., 6.15
Hardwar, John, Box OS
Harmony, ship, 2.9
Harrison, William Henry, 4.3
Hart, Francis R., 17.7
Hart, Thomas N., 9.10
Harvard Club, N.Y., 11.15
Harvard College commencement, 11.17, 11.18
Harvard Medical School, 11.19
Harvey, [C.M.], 16.15
Haskins, David G., 9.5, 9.11
Hassan, John T., 9.1
Hayes, A[ugustus] A[llen], 7.14
Hayne, Robert, 3.6, 3.7
Hayward, George, 7.17
Hayward, Nathan, 7.8
Healy, James, 9.3
Heard, John T., 3.6, 3.8, 4.4
Heywood, John H., 5.18, 9.4, 9.7
Hicks, Zachariah, 11.13
Higginson, A.S., 9.9
Higginson, F.L., 16.16
Higginson, Mrs. G., 3.11
Higginson, George, 4.2, 5.5, 12.1, 12.2, 7.10
Higginson, Henry, 2.6, 2.16
Higginson, Henry Lee, 7.5, 7.14, 7.19, 16.15, 16.16, 16.18, 16.19
Higginson, Ida, 12.2, 16.15
Higginson, J.A., 7.14
Higginson, J.P., 2.16
Higginson, James B., 3.13
Higginson, James J., 6.2, 7.18, 8.4, 8.8, 8.12, 9.1-4, 9.6, 9.7, 9.9, 9.11, 9.12, 9.15, 12.2
Higginson, John, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8
Higginson, Jon S., 12.2
Higginson, Mary C., 3.8, 3.15, 4.7, 4,9, 5.18
Higginson, Stephen, 1.14, 1.15, 1.17, 1.19
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 9.1, 9.4, 9.8-10, 12.2
Higginson, Waldo, 3.8, 3.11, 3.13, 3.18, 4.10, 7.10, 8.12-16, 9.1-10, 12.2, 16.5
Hill, Hamilton Andrews, Vol. 2
Hinckley, Isaac, 11.13
Hincks, Edward W., 9.11
Hoar, E[benezer] R[ockwood], 9.13, 12.3
Hoar, George F., 9.2, 9.6, 9.8, 11.13
Hoar, Samuel, 12.3
Hoar, Sherman, 9.10
Hobbs, Eben, 6.5
Hodges, R.W., 9.13
Holman, Mary Lovering, 9.18
Holmes, Amelia L., 6.12, 7.6
Holmes, John, 12.2, 12.4
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 8.14, 9.4, 9.6, 9.8, 9.13, 12.4
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr., 9.9, 9.15
Hooper, S[amuel], 6.17
Hopkins, Solomon, 1.14, Box OS
Horton, Charles P., 8.3
Hoskel, William, Box OS
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 9.2, 16.21
Howard, Charles, 7.12
Howard, Robert, Box OS
Howe, Albert R., 8.4
Howe, Frank E., 7.15
Howe, Julia Ward, 16.18, 16.19
Howe, M.A. DeWolfe, 17.1-3
Howe, Mark DeWolfe, 17.13
Howells, W[illiam] D[ean], 8.16, 9.4
Howland, Lizzie H., 1.1
Howland, Shove, 2.3
Hoyt, Edwin P., 9.11
Hubbard, William, 1.4
Hughes, S.F., 9.16
Hughes, W.H., 16.4
[Huickley], Isaac, 11.13
Hungerford, Thomas, 1.3
Hunt, Richard M., 16.5
Hunt, W.M., 8.11, 8.12
Hunter, W.[T.], 7.14
Hurd, John, 1.11
Huskisson, William, 3.4
Hutchinson, Foster, 1.7
Hutchinson, Thomas, Box OS
Inches, Henderson, Jr., 3.12
Ingraham, D.G., 3.7, 6.16, 6.17, 7.1
Ives, Stephen B., Jr., 7.6
Jackson, Mr., 1.16, 1.17, 1.19
Jackson, A.S., 3.9
Jackson, Andrew, 12.5
Jackson, Catherine C., 4.8
Jackson, Charles (1775-1855), 3.2
Jackson, Charles, Jr. (1805-1880), 3.10
Jackson, Charles [Loring (1847-1935)], 17.5
Jackson, Edward, 1.1, 1.7, 7.14, 8.2, 8.8, Box OS
Jackson, Francis H., 3.7, 3.16, 4.1-3, 5.4, 5.11, 5.13, 15.13
Jackson, H., 1.2, 3.8, 3.9
Jackson, Hannah L., 3.13, 4.5-9, 4.11, 4.13, 5.1, 5.3, 5.4, 5.6, 5.9, 5.11, 8.16
Jackson, Henry, 17.8
Jackson, James {1777-1867), 1.19, 2.1, 3.1, 5.18, 8.10
Jackson, James (d. 1900), 9.14
Jackson, James (1881-1952), 17.3, 17.7
Jackson, Jonathan, 1.1, 1.2, 1.9-12, 1.18, 2.1, 2.2, 2.5, 9.12, Vol. 3-9
Jackson, Mary, 1.6, 1.17, 1.19, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.8-20, 3.1, 3.3-5, 3.7-11, 3.15-18, 4.3-13, 5.1-18, 6.5-10, 6.13, 6.14, 6.16, 6.17
Jackson, Patrick Tracy (1780-1847), 2.1, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.11, 2.14, 2.20, 3.2, 3.10, Vol. 10-16
Jackson, Patrick Tracy, Jr., 3.16, 4.5, 4.6, 4.10, 4.11, 4.13, 5.1, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 5.10, 5.11, 6.12-14, 7.8, 8.10, 8.12, 9.9, 12.5
Jackson, Patrick Tracy (1893-1959), 17.4-7
Jackson, Sarah, 3.8
Jackson, Susan C., 3.9, 3.15, 3.16, 3.18, 6.12, 12.5
Jackson & Higginson, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16
James, William, 16.14, 16.15, 16.17-19
Jarvis, Charles, 1.9, 1.10
Jarvis, Leonard, 1.12
Jefferson, Thomas, 1.12
Jeffries, John, Jr., 7.14, 7.15
Jenks, John, 2.2
Johnson, John, 1.13
Johnson, Reverdy, Jr., 8.1, 8.8
Jones, Abigail, 1.8
Jones, Mary, Ebenezer, Thomas, Edener, Elijah, Samuel, 1.1
Jones, Sophy, 1.12, 1.13
Kemble, Frances Anne (Fanny), 1.2, 6.12-14, 8.3, 8.4, 8.10, 8.15, 8.16, 9.2, 9.5, 9.7, 9.8, 9.10, 9.11, 9.12, 12.6
Kendall, Benjamin F., 7.16, 7.17, 9.7
Kennard, M.P., 16.3-5, 16.13, 16.16, 16.17
Kidder, Camillus G., 9.3
King, G.P., 9.3
King, Jonathan, 2.1
King, Rufus, 1.12
Kingsbury, Joseph, 1.13
Kingston, Stephen, Box OS
Knap, Mary, 1.17
Kneeland, [Dr.] S[amuel], Jr., 7.2
Knight, W.W., 5.16
Knox, Adam, 7.1
Knox, H[enry], 2.1
Kuhn, George W., 7.18
Kynnier, William, Box OS
Labaree, Benjamin W., 17.14
Labor Day, 12.7
Lamb, Thomas, 4.12
Lane, Henry S., 4.1, 9.1
Langdon, Thomas, 2.19
Larcom, David, 6.1, 6.16, 6.17
Larcom, Francis, 6.15-17, 7.1, 7.2, 7.8
Larvin, Mrs. Emory, 7.6
Lawrence, Abbott, 3.7, 3.11
Lawrence, Amos A., 5.17, 7.5, 7.15, 7.16, 8.1, 8.3, 8.12, 8.14, 8.15, 8.16, 9.3
Lawrence, James, 7.5
Lawrence, William, 16.17
Lea, J. Henry, 8.15, 9.1, 9.9, 9.12-15, 11.11
Lear, Tobias, 1.18
Learnard, William, 3.14
LeBarnes, J.W., 7.5
Lee, Alice, 9.18
Lee, Bessie, 6.16
Lee, Edmund, 1.3
Lee, Elizabeth C., 1.1, 4.4, 5.12
Lee, Elizabeth P., 5.10, 6.7, 6.8, 6.9, 7.6, 7.7, 7.12, 7.17, 7.18
Lee, Francis (1784-1830), Vol. 17 & 18
Lee, Francis H., 9.5, 11.11
Lee, Francis L., 3.15, 4.4-13, 5.2-11, 5.13-17, 6.5, 7.13, 7.17, 7.18, 9.4
Lee, George C., 17.15
Lee, George W., 2.5
Lee, Harriet J., 3.10, 4.1, 4.4, 4.5, 4.7, 4.12, 5.1, 5.3, 5.4, 5.6-8, 5.10-12, Vol. 19-21
Lee, Henry, 1.5, 1.19
Lee, Henry (1782-1867), 1.2, 2.2, 2.4-9, 2.11-20, 3.1-8, 2.11-12, 3.14-18, 4.1-13, 5.2, 5.4-12, 5.14-20, 6.1-13, 6.17, 14.4, 15.1-9, Vol. 22-66, 106-109
Lee, Henry, Jr. (1817-1898), 1.1, 1.2, 3.7-18, 4.1-13, 5.1-19, 6.1-17, 7.1-19, 8.1-16, 9.1-17, 10.1-3, 10.5-12, 11.1, 11.3-5, 11.7-19, 12.1-5, 12.7-14, 13.1-20, 14.1-5, 15.10-14, 16.1-21, Vol. 67-89, 162
Lee, Henry, III, 5.18, 6.17, 8.13
Lee, Horace C., 8.7
Lee, John, 1.3, 1.4, 1.6, 2.1
Lee, John C., 4.2, 4.13, 7.1
Lee, Jonas, 2.1
Lee, Joseph (1643-1716), 1.4, 1.5
Lee, Joseph (1680-1736), 1.5, 1.6
Lee, Joseph (1710/11-1802), 1.7, 1.17, 2.1, Box OS
Lee, Joseph (1744-1831), 1.8, 1.9, 1.13, 1.14, 2.2, 2.7, 2.15, Vol. 90-109
Lee, Joseph, Jr. (1779-1845), 2.3, 2.5-9, 2.12, 3.2, 3.3, 4.13, Vol. 110-114
Lee, Joseph (b. 1901), 17.11
Lee, Joseph & Company, 1.13
Lee, L., 1.12, 1.13
Lee, Mary Cabot, 2.9, 3.1
Lee, Mary Jackson, 1.6, 1.17, 1.19, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.8-20, 3.1, 3.3-5, 3.7-11, 3.15-18, 4.3-13, 5.1-18, 6.5-10, 6.13, 6.14, 6.16, 6.17
Lee, S. Adams, 8.13
Lee, Thomas (1673-1766), 1.5, 1.6
Lee, Thomas (1741-1830), 1.7, 1.11, 1.13, 1.15, 1.19, 2.1-5, 2.13, 2.15, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.5, Box OS, Vol. 114
Lee, Thomas (1779-1867), 3.6, 3.7, 3.9, 5.9, 5.17, 6.11, 8.8, 14.1, Vol. 115-141
Lee, Thomas J., 8.1
Lee, William, 8.13-15, 9.5
Lee, William Colman, 1.1, 2.3, Vol. 154
Lee, William P., 7.1, 7.7
Lee, Woodis, 1.5
Lee & Cabot, 1.13-18, Box OS, Vol. 105-109
Lee & Higginson, 5.17-19, 6.1-12
Leigh, Francis B., 9.12
Leigh, John, 1.3
Leigh, Joseph, 1.3
Leman, Walter M., 9.7
Leonard, Joseph, 6.13, 6.14
Letters to the Cotton Manufacturers of Massachusetts, 5.5, 15.2-9
Lewis, Richard C., 6.1-4
Lewis, Winslow, 6.10
Lincoln, Abraham, 7.7, 7.9, 7.17, 8.10
Lincoln, Benjamin, 1.9
Lincoln, F[rederick] W., Jr., 6.17
Lindsay, Capt., 7.9
Little, Thomas, 8.5
Livermore, C.F., 8.5
Livermore, Thomas L., 13.12, 16.13
Lloyd, James, 2.7, 2.9
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 8.14-16, 9.4, 9.6-10, 9.12-14, 9.17, 12.2, 12.11
Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr., 17.7
Lodge, John E., 7.6, 7.7, 7.11
Logan, William H., 12.12
Long, John Davis, 9.16
Longfellow, Fanny Appleton, 5.10
Longfellow, Henry W., 4.9, 8.15
Lord, Robert, 1.4
Lord, Thomas, 1.3
Loring, Anna T., 7.14, 7.16, 8.7, 8.12
Loring, Augustus D., Jr., 17.10
Loring, Charles G., 6.13
Loring, Frank W., 8.7
Loring, Katharine, 17.8
Loring, W.T., 7.16
Love, Thomas, 1.8
Lovering, Joseph, 1.14
Lovitt, John, 1.8
Lowell, A. Lawrence, 17.7
Lowell, Anna C., 8.12
Lowell, Charles Russell (1807-1870), 3.14
Lowell, Charles Russell, Jr. (1835-1864), 7.3, 7.9, 7.14, 8.1, 8.3
Lowell, Edward T., 9.7
Lowell, Elizabeth C., 2.1-3
Lowell, Francis (1775-1817), 2.4
Lowell, Francis C. (1824-1897), 8.13, 9.14
Lowell, John, 9.4, 12.13
Lowell, John A., 1.2, 1.9, 1.16, 1.17, 1.19
Lowell, Josephine Shaw, 8.11, 16.3, 16.5, 16.13-15
Lyman, Arthur T., 6.14, 9.8
Lyman, Elizabeth C., 17.5
Lyman, George S., 6.14
Lyman, Henry, 9.9
Lyman, Mimi, 16.12, 16.14, 16.15
Lyman, Theodore, 8.12, 8.13, 8.16, 9.3, 9.11, 9.17, 12.14
McClellan, [George Binton], 7.4, 7.9
McDuffie, George, 3.4, 3.5
McInnes, William M., 9.13
McKim, C[harles] F[ollen], 9.8, 9.12, 9.13, 16.16, 16.21
Madison, James, 2.11-13
Malone, Dumas, 17.6
Mandell, George, 13.12
Mann, C.H., 7.6
Mann, Horace, 6.11, 6.12
Manning, Ethelwyn, 17.5
Manufacturers' & Merchants' Bank, 3.5
Marcy, Randolph B., 7.6
Martin, D.A., 8.11
Martyn, Edward, Box OS
Mason, Jeremiah, 13.1
Mason, William P., Jr., 7.12
Massachusetts Mills, 5.3
Mathewson, Hope, 17.5
Matthews, Albert, 9.18
Matthews, Nathan, 7.1
Matthews, Nathan, Jr., 9.9, 9.10, 9.11, 9.13
Mayhew, I., 1.7
Mayhew, William E., 6.4, 6.12
Meade, George G., 8.11
Mellows family, 11.10
Melville, Thomas, 1.19
Mercer, Robert & Richard, 1.15
Meredith, J. Morris, 9.3
Mertens & Co., 2.16
Metcalf, Henry B., 7.17
Miles & Cabot, 2.16
Military ball (state), 8.9
Miller, Col. [James F.], 7.5, 7.13
Mills, Anna C.L., 7.5, 7.17
Mills, Charles J., 7.15
Milton Hill, 9.16
Minerva-Turner, ship, 1.19
Minot, George R., 17.4-7
Minot, James, 1.4, 1.5
Minot, James J., 17.3
Minot, William, Jr., 3.13, 3.17, 3.18, 4.5, 4.9, 4.11, 5.1, 5.10, 5.12, 6.12, 9.2, 9.11, 9.12, 9.13, 9.17, 13.1
Minot, Hooper & Co., 9.11-14
Miralla & Co., 2.17
Mitchell, Charles L., 16.6, 16.18
Moe, J.C. & E., 7.9
Monteith, William, 7.13
Montgomery, Capt., 7.13
Morgan, William, Box OS
Morison, Samuel E., 17.1, 17.2, 17.8
Morland, W.W., 7.14
Morrill, Charles James, 13.2
Morrison, Donald, 2.4
Morse, Benjamin Eddy, 13.1
Morse, Frances R., 1.2, 9.18
Morse, John T., Jr., 8.13, 9.7, 9.13, 12.4
Morse, L.C., 6.12
Morton, Levi P., 16.5
Mulligan, James C., 7.19
Munroe, T., 7.1
Needham, Edmund, 1.18
Nelson, M.J., 8.1
Netherell, J.N., 8.1
New England Emigrant Aid Co., 6.10
Newell, Andrew, 1.8
Newell, William, 8.16
Newman, Carolus, Box OS
Newton, E.A., 2.6
Nichols, George [H.], 9.12
Nichols, James M., 7.16
Nichols, John W.T., 9.11-14
Niebuhr, Caleb E., 8.5
Noble, John, 17.7
Norcross Brothers, 16.6
Northrup, B[irdsey] [Grant], 8.3
Norton, Charles E., 7.8. 8.1, 8.15
Oakes, James, 7,17
Oakey, Daniel, 7.11, 7.16, 8.8
Oakey, S.W., 7.13, 7.17, 7.19
Oakey, W.F., 8.8
Ober, John P., 6.16, 7.5, 7.6
O'Brien, Hugh, 9.6
O'Kane, Bernard, 7.2, 7.5
Olmsted, F[rederick] L[aw], 9.3, 9.17
Olmsted, Mary C., 9.17
Olney, Richard, 9.2, 9.13, 9.16
Ormarabal, Jose Maria de, 1.1
Orne, Timothy, 1.7
Osborne, F.A., 8.1, 8.7
Otis, Harrison Gray, 6.5
Owen, John, 1.13
P., M.E., 7.4
Packard, Col., 7.9
Packard & Gowen, 2.17
Page, William, 1.14
Paine, Charles C., 3.14, 3.15, 4.3
Paine, Ebenezer, 1.13
Palfrey, Francis W., 7.6
Palfrey, J[ohn] G[orham], 7.3
Palmer, Wilson & Co., 2.17, 2.19
Parker, Charles H., 3.15, 4.3, 4.6, 4.8, 4.9, 4.11, 5.1, 5.11, 9.16
Parker, [Francis J.], 7.11
Parker, F[rancis] E., 8.16, 13.4
Parker, James, 6.5
Parker, Lydia D., 7.5
Parkman, Henry, 8.16
Parkman, Mary E., 6.16, 7.5, 7.8
Parkman, Samuel, 4.10
Patten, C.B., 8.11
Patty & Molly, brig, 1.6
Paul, Joseph F., 7.2, 7.8, 7.9
Peabody, [Lucia], 6.16
Pearson, George W., 7.17
Pedro II, Emperor of Brazil (1825-1891), 4.3
Peel, Sir Robert, 5.14, 5.19
Pegan, Mary, 1.6
Peirce, George, 9.7, 11.12
Peirson, Charles, 7.19, 8.1
Pemberton, John, 1.3
Perkins, John, 1.3
Perkins, S.H., 4.4
Perkins, Thomas Handasyd, 2.3, 13.5
Perkins, William, 13.5
Perry, Margaret, 17.7
Peters, John, Box OS
Phelps, J.W., 8.12
Phillips, George W., 4.2, 4.3
Phillips, J[ames] D[uncan], 17.7, 17.14
Phillips, Stephen H., 7.16
Phillips, Wendell, 11.10, 13.6
Philocles, 1.7
Phipps, Samuel, 1.4
Pickering, Henry W., 4.3, 4.4
Pickering, Octavius, 3.8
Pickering, Winslow & Co., 7.1
Pickett, Thomas, 1.13
Pickman, Benjamin, 1.8, 2.2
Pierce, Albin D., 8.4
Pierce, E.L., 16.16
Pillsbury, A.S., 9.6
Pomhammon, alias Israel Rumblemash, 1.6
Porter, Edward S., 9.13
Porter, Eliphalet, 1.19
Porter, Kenneth W., 9.18, 17.2-14
Pratt-Coroner, Jabez, 13.3
Preble, W[illiam] P[itt], 3.7
Prescott, James, 1.9
Prescott, Oliver, 2.1
Prescott, William, 2.6, 2.7
Preston, [George] R., 7.17
Preston, W[illiam] C[ampbell], 3.4
Price, Benjamin S., 7.10
Prince, [E.] Octavius, 3.10, 7.9, 7.10, 8.16
Princess Ann, ship, 2.14
Putnam, E., 8.8
Putnam, Jesse, 2.3
Putnam, [John] C., 8.1
Pynchon, William, 1.13
Quincy, Edmund, 1.7
Quincy, Eliza S., 5.18
Quincy, Josiah (1709-1784), 1.7
Quincy, Josiah (1772-1864), 3.7, 3.8, 3.9
Quincy, Josiah. (1859-1919), 9.4, 16.21
Raguet, C[ondy], 3.4, 3.6, 3.7
Randolph, John, 3.4
Rantoul, Robert P., 9.13
Ray, William, 8.5
Raymond, W., 8.8
Reaper, brig, 2.8, 2.9, 2.11, 2.13
Reed, Bell & De Yongh & Co., 2.17, 2.18, 2.19
Reid, John H., 7.1, 7.7, 16.16
Remsen, Peter, 2.5
Republic, ship, 3.13
Rice, Alexander H., 8.15
Richard, William R., 9.7
Richards, Ellen R., 9.1
Richards & Jones, 2.6
Ricketson, Joseph, 7.4, 7.5
Rider, John, 1.6
Rinza, schooner, 4.3
Ripley, Ezra, 7.4
Ripley, George, 5.16
Ripley, S.A., 6.16
Ritchie, Harrison, 6.5, 7.7, 7.16, 8.1
Robinson, William H., 5.16
Rodgers, Joseph, 3.2
Rodman, William Logan, 7.1, 7.14, 7.15, 7.16, 7.17
Rogers, John, 1.4
Rogers, Sarah, 1.4
Rollins, William, 2.17
Roosevelt, Theodore, 9.5, 13.8
Rosecrans, W[illiam] S[tarke], 7.3
Rotch, Francis, 1.9, 1.12
Ruck, John, Box OS
Ruffin, Josephine, 16.6
Rumble, Adrianah, 7.6
Rumblemash, Israel, alias Pomhammon, 1.6
Russel, [W.] C., 3.10
Russell, Dr., 8.13
Russell, Emily, 1.2
Russell, H.S., 9.5, 9.7, 16.20
Russell, James, 2.9, 2.12
Russell, LeBaron, 9.4, 9.6, 9.7, 9.17
Russell, S.B., 5.9, 5.10, 5.11, 6.6, 6.7, 8.13
Russell, Thomas, 1.12
Russell, William G., 7.13, 9.3
[S.], C.E., 8.10
St. Gaudens, Augustus, 16.2-4, 16.6-9, 16.11, 16.12, 16.16, 16.17
Sale, W.A., 6.11, 6.16
Salla, J.R., 7.5
Salter, Robert, Box OS
Saltonstall, Leverett, 7.18, 9.3, 9.6
Sargent, H[orace] B., 6.16, 7.7, 7.18
Sargent, Wendell P., 17.14
Savage, James, 7.13
Scarlett, Samuel, 1.5
Schenkle, J.P., 7.10
Schouler, William, 7.4, 7.5, 7.7, 7.10-17, 7.19, 8.1-4, 8.6-8
Schurz, Carl, 8.15
Scott, Winfield, 7.6
Scudder, H[orace] E., 9.11-13
Seabury, Frank, 12.11
Searle, Fanny, 1.2
Sears, David, 6.17, 7.5
Sears, Robert, 6.13
Sedgwick, Ellery, 17.7
Sedgwick, Theodore, 3.6, 3.7
Sewall, Jonathan, 1.5, 1.15, 3.3, 9.7, 9.15
Sewall, Samuel, 1.5, 9.7
Seymour, Paul, 5.18
Shattuck, Elizabeth P., 9.18
Shattuck, Frederic C., 9.1, 9.4, 9.18
[Shattuck, George C.], 1.2, 10.5, 13.10
Shattuck, Henry L., 17.1-15
Shaw, Francis George, 16.22
Shaw, Gardiner Howland, 4.5, 4.7, 4.8, 4.10, 5.3, 5.4, 5.7, 5.14, 6.17, 7.14
Shaw, Robert Gould (monument), 8.15, 16.1-21
Shaw, Sarah B., 16.13, 16.15
Shearer, Thomas, Box OS
Shed, Samuel, 1.9
Shimmen, William, 2.6, 2.7, 2.14
Shreve, Thomas H., 5.18
Shurtleff, Nathaniel B., 7.13
Sibley, Samuel, 1.6
Silsbee, W.D., 7.7
Simison, Barbara Damon, 17.8
Simpkins, John, 8.1
Smith, Benjamin, 1.14
Smith, Charles, Box OS
Smith, Charles C., 9.15
Smith, Elias, 1.12
Smith, John, 1.13
Snow, Eleazer, 1.13
Sohier, Ed[ward] D., 6.17, 7.4, 13.11
Somerby, Horatio Gates, 6.8
Sowdon, A.J.C., 8.12
Sparhawk, Nathaniel, 1.13
Spear, David, 1.13
Sprague, [Samuel], 9.8
Stanton, E[dwin] M., 8.11
State House (Massachusetts), 3.11, 9.14
Steffen, William, 7.17
Steiglitz & Co., 2.18, 2.19
Stephens, John, Box OS
Stetson, Sidney A., 7.14
Stetson, S.A. & Co., 6.13
Stevenson, Thomas G., 8.1
Stillman, Dr. Samuel, 1.18
Stoddard, George G., 7.11
Stone, Ebenezer W., 4.2, 9.13
Storer, Woodbury, 2.3
Strong, Wilson B., 16.14
Sturgis, Elizabeth O.P., 8.16
Sturgis, James, 8.10
Sturgis, Josiah, 5.17
Sturgis, William, 2.4
Sullivan, Richard, Jr., 4.6-9, 4.11, 4.13, 5.1, 5.6, 5.12, 12.2
Sullivan, Russell, 16.20
Sullivan, T.R., 16.19
Sumner, Charles, 7.2
Surgeons (Civil War), 7.14
Swett, Samuel W., 6.12, 7.6
Swift, Henry W., 9.7
Taber, J.C., 7.15
Tappan, Edward A., 4.2, 4.3
Tarbell, George G., 9.1, 9.9, 9.13, 9.14, 9.15
Taussig, Prof. Frank W., 13.14
Taylor, Charles H., 9.10
Taylor, J. Watson, 9.12
Taylor, David & Sons, 7.1
Temple, James, 3.6
Thacher, John Boyd, 16.6
Thatcher, Samuel, 1.12
Thayer, Adin, 13.15
Thayer, J[ames] B[radley], 7.18, 9.11, 10.3, 12.3
Thompson, John, 1.14
Thompson, N.A., 4.2, 4.4
Thorndike, Israel, 2.2
Thornely, Thomas, 5.14
Ticknor, Anna Eliot, 13.16
Ticknor, George, 7.5
Tilton, Eleanor M., 17.12
Tilton, William S., 7.4
Tinan, B.T., 15.10
Torrey, Ellen Cabot, 9.16
Torrey, George A., 9.9
Towne, Benjamin, 1.2
Towne, Solomon, 2.18
Townsend, E[dward] D[avis], 7.9, 7.11
Tracy, John, 1.18, Vol. 156
Tracy, Nancy, 3.5
Tracy, Nathaniel, 1.13
Tracy, Patrick, 1.16, 1.17
Trask, Amos & Hannah, 1.8
Tremlett, H.M., 7.19
Trowbridge, John, 9.11
Trowbridge, Libbie P., 7.6
Tuck, Henry, Box OS
Tuckerman, G., 5.12
Tudor, Frederic, 5.18
Turner, Henry A., 16.2
Turner, Samuel E., 9.11
Tuttle, Mr., 9.18
Tyler, John, 4.4, 4.9, 5.7, 5.9
Union, brig, 1.8
Upham, George B., 9.12
Veteran's Preference Bill, Massachusetts (1895), 13.17
Vickere, John, 1.13
Volant, schooner, 1.14, 1.15, Box OS
Wade, Thomas, 1.4
Waite, Thomas, 1.4
Wallace, Daniel, 1.13
Walsh, M.J., 17.11
Ward, Bessie Schonberg, 9.16
Ward, Samuel G., 3.11, 3.12, 6.5, 6.15, 8.1, 12.2
Ward, Thomas W., 3.13, 4.5, 5.2
Ware, H[enry], 8.1, 8.8
Ware, W[illiam] Rotch, 7.14, 9.14
Waring, Mrs. Guy, 17.5
Warner, Henry E., 9.13
Warner, Joseph B., 9.11
Warren, Edwin R., 7.6
Warren, J.M., 1.2
Warren, Joseph, 1.19
Washburn, Emory, 7.11, 7.16
Waterhouse, Benjamin, 2.14, 3.3, 3.6
Waterhouse, Louisa Lee, 1.2, 5.14, 5.17, 6.2, 6.11, 6.17
Waterhouse, S., 6.12
Waters, Henry F., 9.6
Waterston, Anna C.L., 16.16
Watkins, Walter K., 9.15, 9.16
Webb, Thomas H., 7.3
Webb & Co., 2.19
Webster, Daniel, 4.10, 8.8, 13.18
Webster, Fletcher, 7.3, 7.11, 8.12
Welch, Charles Alfred, 4.7, 4.11, 4.12, 5.1, 7.1
Wells, William & Greene, 2.18, 2.19
Wellman, W.W., 8.4
Wells, Frank, 8.1
Wetherell, J.W., 16.16
Wheatland, Henry, 8.12
Wheelwright, Charles H., 4.3, 4.5
Wheelwright, Edward, 9.4, 9.7, 9.15
Wheelwright, Mary C., 17.5
[Whelan, C.O.], 7.7
Whistler, George, 13.19
Whitcher, Martin L., 3.18
White, Freeman, 4.2
White, Horace, 8.15
White, Joseph & Sarah, 1.6
[Whitman, Samuel W.], 9.12, 10.10, 12.4
Whitmore, W[illiam] H., 8.13, 9.17, 14.5
Whiton, L[yman] B., 8.5
Whittemore, George, 7.16
Wightman, Henry M., 13.18
Wigley, Edmund, 1.3
Wild, Edward A., 7.14
Wild, Micah, 1.13
Willard, Abijah, Levi, Abel, 1.7
Willard, Joseph, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4
Willett, George E., 17.15
Williams, A.S., 7.17
Williams, Charles J., 15.12
Williams, George, 3.3
Williams, H., 9.12
Williams, Moses, 16.18
Williams, Samuel, 2.4
Williams, Thomas, Box OS
Wilson, H[enry], 7.7, 7.11, 8.2, 15.11
Wilson, Palmer, 2.17
Winslow, George, 7.2
Winsor, F[rederick], 8.3
Winthrop, Adam, Box OS
Winthrop, James, 2.1
Winthrop, Robert C., 8.8, 8.10, 8.12, 9.4, 9.9, 9.17, 13.20
Winthrop, Robert C., Jr., 13.20
Winthrop, William, 1.2, 1.12
Wister, Annis Lee, 9.12
Wister, Owen (Dan), 8.15
Wister, Owen J., 8.16, 9.1, 9.6, 9.14
Wister, William Rotch, 9.6
Wolcott, Huntington Frothingham, 13.18
Wolcott, Roger, 9.16, 16.19
Wood, Jonathan, 5.13
Wood, Joseph, 2.2
Woodis, Henry & Sarah, 1.4, 1.5
Woodman, Emily F., 9.18
Woolsey, Theodore D., 8.15
Wright, Elizur, 8.16
Wyman, M[orrill], 7.16, 12.2
Yorke, Samuel & James Schott, 2.7
Zalinski, E. [L.], 15.12

Preferred Citation

Lee family papers, Massachusetts Historical Society.

Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in ABIGAIL, the online catalog of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Researchers desiring materials about related persons, organizations, or subjects should search the catalog using these headings.

Persons:

Andrew, John A. (John Albion), 1818-1867.
Gallatin, Albert, 1761-1849.
Godkin, Edwin Lawrence, 1831-1902.
Hayne, Robert Young, 1791-1839.
Hoar, George Frisbie, 1826-1904.
Jackson, Jonathan, 1743-1810.
Jackson, P. T. (Patrick Tracy), 1780-1847.
Kemble, Fanny, 1809-1893
Lawrence, Abbott, 1792-1855.
Lee, Henry, 1782-1867.
Lee, Henry, 1817-1898.
Lee, Joseph, 1744-1831.
Lee, Joseph, 1770-1845.
Lee, Mary Jackson, 1783-1860.
Lee, Thomas, 1741-1830.
Lee, Thomas, 1779-1867.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924.
Shattuck, Henry Lee, 1879-1971.
Shaw, Robert Gould, 1837-1863.

Organizations:

Free Trade Convention (1831 : Philadelphia, Pa.).

Subjects:

Banks and banking.
Cotton manufacture.
Free trade.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
United States--History--War of 1812.

Materials Removed from the Collection

Photographs from this collection have been removed to the Lee family photographs (unprocessed). Photo. Coll. 500.75.