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Collection-level Scope and Content Note
This collection contains the letters written by members of the Causten family over the period 1805-1820.
1805 - 1820
Scope and contents note
The Richard X. Evans Collection consists of family papers of or relating to the Smith, Mills, Dimitry, and Evans families. The bulk of the earliest material deals with the professional and private life of Robert Mills (1781-1855), who was State Engineer and Architect of South Carolina (1820-1830), Architect of Public Buildings of the United States (1836-1851), and designer of many houses and monuments, among them the Washington monuments of Baltimore and the District of Columbia. Alexander...
Collection-level Scope and Contents note
Correspondence, notes, and newspaper clippings by and about the Smith, Mills, and Dimitry families. The bulk of the collection is correspodence. Scope and Contents
See finding aid to Richard X. Evans 1 (GTM-710101).
Collection consists of materials relating to the Brent, Carroll and Chilton families of Maryland and the District of Columbia, dating from late 17th to early 20th centuries, but primarily from the 19th century.
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1663-1936; Majority of material found within 1804-1907
Materials relating to the Broad Neck tract located at St . Clement's Manor, St. Mary's County. Includes boundary disputes, indentures, depositions. The property was originally granted to Thomas Gerard, whose daughter married the noted rebel leader of 1689, Kenelm Cheseldyne or Cheseldine [sp. var.]. The collection also includes a list of deaths in St . Mary's County from 1806-1844 as well as miscellaneous material. Copies of this collection are available at the Manuscripts Division of the...
1678 - 1844
Collection — Box: 1
Articles, monographs and printed source material relating to history of Catholic families in Maryland, and Southern American history including American Civil War.Folder list1. Browning, Sister Mary Carmel, OSU. Think Big: A partial biography of Reverend Tong, SJ. (1970). Inscribed by the author to Smith.
2. Smith, Lancaster. “Impeaching a ‘National Expert’ in a Catastrophic Collision Case.” For the Defense, vol. 23, no. 6, June 1981.
3. St. Ferdinand’s...
1789 - 1981