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     SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE; 1834, 1845-1966 (Boxes 1-12)

     Correspondence-Sub-Series 1: Chronological, 1834, 1845-1966

Box  Folder

 01   01    1834
      02    1845
      03    1846: nd; Mar-Apr
      04       May
      05       Jul-Aug
      06       Sep-Nov
      07       Jan-Feb
      08    1847: Jan-Mar, Jun
      09       Jul, Oct
      10       Nov-Dec
      11    1848: Jan-Feb
      12       Mar-Apr
      13       May-Jun
      14       Jul-Sep
      15       Oct-Nov
      16    [1849?]
      17    1849: Jan-Feb
      18       Apr; Jun
      19       Jul-Aug
      20       Sep
      21       Oct
      22    1849: Nov
      23    1849: Dec
      24    1850: no date
      25       Jan
      26       Feb
      27       Mar
      28       Apr
      29       May
      30       Jun
      31       Jul
      32       Aug
      33       Oct
      34       Nov-Dec

 02   01    1851: Jan
      02       Feb
      03       Mar
      04       Apr
      05       May
      06       Jun
      07       Jul
      08       Aug
      09       Sep
      10       Oct
      11       Nov
      12       Dec
      13    [1852]
      14    1852: Jan
      15       Feb
      16       Mar
      17       Apr
      18       May
      19       Jun
      20       Jul
      21       Aug
      22       Sep
      23       Oct
      24       Nov-Dec
      25    [1853]
      26    1853: Jan-Feb
      27       Mar-Apr
      28       Jun-Jul
      29       Aug-Sep
      30       Oct-Nov
      31       Dec
      32    [1854]
      33    1854: Feb-Mar
      34       Apr-May
      35       Jun-Jul
      36       Aug-Dec

03    01    1855: May-Aug
      02       Oct-Dec
      03    1856: Jan
      04       Feb-Mar
      05       Jun-Sep
      06       Oct-Nov
      07    [1857]
      08    1857: Feb
      09       May-Aug
      10       Sep-Oct
      11       Nov-Dec
      12    1858: nd; Jan
      13       Feb-Mar
      14       Apr
      15       May
      16       Jun-Sep
      17       Oct
      18       Nov
               Dec
      20    1859: Jan-Feb
      21       Mar-Apr
      22       Jun-Jul
      23       Sep-Dec
      24    [1860]
      25    1860: Feb-Mar
      26       Apr-Oct
      27    1861: Jan-Mar
      28       Aug-Dec
      29    1862
      30    1863
      31    1864: Mar; Oct; Dec
      32    1865 Jan-Feb
      33       Mar
      34       Apr-May
      35       Jun; Oct; Dec
      36    1866: Feb-Mar   
      37       May-Dec
      38    1867
      39    1868: Feb-Apr; Jun-Jul
      40       Nov-Dec
      41    [1869]
      42    1869: Feb-Apr
      43       May-Jul
      44       Aug-Oct
      45       Nov-Dec

04    01    [1870]
      02    1870: Jan
      03       Feb
      04       Mar
      05       Apr
      06       May-Jun
      07       Aug-Sep
      08       Oct-Dec
      09    [1871]
      10    1871: Jan-Feb
      11       May-Jun
      12       Sep-Dec
      13    1872: Jan-Feb
      14       Mar-May
      15       Jul-Sep
      16    [1873]
      17    1873: Feb; Apr
      18       Sep-Oct
      19       Nov
      20    1874: Jan-Mar; Jun
      21       Jul-Nov
      22    [1875]
      23    1875: Apr
      24       Jun-Jul
      25       Aug-Sep
      26       Oct-Dec
      27    [1876]
      28    1876: Jan
      29       Mar-Dec
      30    [1877]
      31    1877: Apr-Jun
      32       Jul-Dec
      33    1878: Jan-Jun
      34       Jul-Oct
      35    1879: Jan-May
      36       Jun-Dec
      37    1880: Jan-Jun
      38       Jul-Dec
      39    1881: Jan-Mar
      40       Apr-Jun
      41       Jul-Dec
      42    1882: Jan-May
      43       Jun-Dec

05    01    1883: nd; Jan
      02       Feb
      03       Mar-Jul
      04       Aug-Dec
      05    1884: Jan-Feb
      06       Mar-Jun
      07       Jul-Dec
      08    1885: nd; Jan-May
      09       Aug-Sep
      10       Oct-Dec
      11    1886
      12    1887
      13    1888
      14    1889: nd; Jan-Mar
      15       May-Jul
      16       Sep
      17       Oct-Dec
      18    1890: nd; Jan-May
      19       Sep-Dec
      20    1891: nd; Jun-Sep
      21       Oct-Dec
      22    1892: nd; Jan-May
      23       Jun 04-10
      24       Jun 14-30
      25       Jul
      26       Aug-Dec

06    01    1893: nd; Jan-Mar
      02       Apr-Jul
      03       Aug
      04       Sep 01-12
      05       Sep 17-30
      06       Oct-Dec
      07    1894: nd; Feb-Mar
      08       Jun
      09       Jul-Sep
      10       Oct
      11       Nov-Dec
      12    [1895]
      13    1895: Jan
      14       Feb-Apr
      15       May-Sep
      16    [1896]
      17    1896

      18    1897: nd; Jan-May
      19       Jun-Aug
      20       Sep-Dec
      21    1898: Jan-Mar
      22       Apr-Dec
      23    1899: Jan-Oct

07    01    1900: nd; Feb-Mar
      02       Apr-Dec
      03    1901
      04    1902-1903
      05    1904
      06    1905: Feb-Apr
               May-Dec
      07    1906
      08    1907
      09    1908
      10    1909
      11    1910    
      12    1911-1912
      13    1913: nd; Jan-Aug
      14        Sep-Dec
      15    1914: nd; Jan-Mar
      16       Apr-Dec
      17    1915
      18    [1916]
      19    1916: Jan-Jun
      20       Jul-Aug
      21       Oct
      22       Nov-Dec
     
08    01    [1917]
      02    1917: Jan 01-15
      03       Jan 16-25
      04       Jan 26-31
      05       Feb
      06       Mar
      07       Apr
      08       May
      09       Jun-Oct
      10-11 [1918]
      12    1918: Jan-Apr
      13       May-Jun
      14       Jul-Sep
      15       Oct-Dec
      16    1919: Jan-May
      17       Jun-Dec
      18    1920
      19    1921
      20    1922: Jan-Aug
      21       Sep-Oct
      22       Nov-Dec
      23    1923: Apr-Sep
      24       Oct-Dec

09    01    1924: Jan-Mar
      02       May-Dec
      03    1925: nd; Mar-Aug
      04       Sep-Nov
      05    1926
      06    1927: nd; Feb-May
      07       Jun-Aug
      08       Sep-Dec
      09    1928
      10    1929
      11    1930: nd; Jan-Feb
      12       Mar-Dec
      13    1931: Feb-Mar
      14       Apr-Nov
      15    1932: Jan-May
      16       Jul-Dec
      17    1933: Jan-Jun
      18       Aug-Dec
      19    1934: Apr-Jun
      20       Oct-Dec

10    01    1935: Feb-Jul
      02       Aug-Dec
      03    1936: Mar-Aug
      04       Sep-Oct
      05    1937: nd; Jan-May
      06       Jun-Dec
      07    1938
      08    1939: nd; Jan-Mar
      09       May-Nov
      10    1940
      11    1941: nd; Feb
      12       Mar-Dec
      13    1942: May-Sep
      14       Oct-Dec
      15    1943
      16    1944
      17    1946
      18    1947-1948
      19    1950; 1956
      20    1966

     Correspondence-Sub-Series 2: Education; Mt. Holyoke-Olive & Mary Page,
            "Pressure Notes," 1850-1852

11    01    1850-1852

     Correspondence-Sub-Series 3: Medical; William H. Page, 1874-1885

11    02    1874: Mar-Oct
      03       Nov-Dec
      04    1875: Mar-Apr
      05       May-Jun
      06       Jul-Aug
      07       Sep-Dec
      08    1876: Jan-Mar
      09       Apr-Jun
      10       Jul-Aug
      11       Sep-Dec
      12    1877: Feb-Jul
      13       Sep-Dec
      14    1878: Jan-Jun
      15       Aug-Dec
      16    1879
      17    1880: nd; Jan-Mar
      18       Apr-Dec
      19    1881: nd; Jan-Feb
      20       Mar-Jun
               Jul-Sep
               Oct-Dec

12    01    1882: nd; Jan-Feb
      02       Mar-Apr
      03       May-Jun
      04       Jul-Sep
      05       Oct-Dec
      06    1883: nd; Jan-Mar
      07       Apr-Aug
      08       Sep-Dec
      09    1884: Jan-Feb
      10       Mar-May
      11       Jun
      12       Jul
      13       Aug-Dec
      14    1885

     Correspondence-Sub-Series 4: Military; World War I (incoming) to Olive
            Page, et al, 1918-1919

12    15    1918
      16    1919

     SERIES 2: ART;[1851-1852] (Box 13)

13    01    Cartoon.  "Sent Home from College Because He did not Know
               Enough to Enter."  Daniel Page, Phillips Exeter Academy,
               [1851-1852]  

     SERIES 3: COOKERY; nd, [ca 1910-1920] (Box 13) 

13    02    Recipe book, manuscript.  Mary Page Hastings, nd
      03    Recipes. Manuscripts: cream pies, "feed for 40 hens," "Indian
               pudding," "washing fluid," nd.  Newspaper clippings, ginger
               bread, nd
      04    Judging Contest; "score card-butter."  Mrs. R.T. Rogers, [ca
               1910-1920?]

     SERIES 4: EDUCATION; nd, 1844-1929 (Box 13)

13    05    Unidentified manuscripts, nd
      06    Unidentified essays, nd
      07    Page, [Beatrice]; admissions application acknowledgment,
               Wellesley College, 1914
      08    Page, Daniel; Phillips Exeter Academy, transcripts, 1850-1857
      09    Page, Florence; transcript ("copy from original"), 1914; letter
               of recommendation from Edith [Sexon], [Newark] Art School of
               Fine & Industrial Arts, 1929
      10    Page, George H.; discharge from Public Latin School,
            Boston,188[1]
      11    Page, Kingman F.
               Bowdoin College
      12         Admission & tuition, 1849-1851
      13         Classes, Greek & Latin, [1849-1850]
      14         Classes, essays, [1850-1851]
               Phillips Exeter Academy
      15         Classes, essays [1847-1848?]
      16         Transcripts, 1846-1847
               Employment, Farmington, NH
      17         Class roll [Farmington?], nd; letter of dismissal, 1851
      18    Page, Margaret: class merit awards (grade school?), nd
      19    Page, Mary: Mt. Holyoke; classes, essays, nd, 1851
      20    Page, Nina: essay, [1870?]
            Page, Olive
      21       Mt. Holyoke; classes, essays, nd, [1850?], 1851
      22       Teaching; permission letters, 1844-1854
      23       Teaching; certificates & contracts; 1872, 1876, 1924(?)
      24    Page, Roger E.: New Hampshire College, transcript & receipt, 1922
      25    Page, Victor: Phillips Exeter Academy; transcripts, 1885-1886;
               fund raising campaign, 1887
            Page, William H.
      26       Classes; essays, 1844
      27       Classes; [geometry?], 1844
      28       Classes; supplies purchased, 1845
      29       Sanbornton; essays, 1846
               Phillips Exeter Academy
      30         Conduct reports, 1846-1847
      31         Classes; essays (nd, 1847-18480 and [mathematics], nd
      32       Teaching; permission letter, [184?]
            Institutions
      33       Bowdoin College: construction of library, nd
      34       New Hampshire State College.  Student Ticket, 1921-1922

     SERIES 5: FAMILY; nd, 1817; 1843-195[2] (Box 13)

      35    Information; "Memorandum of Ages," [early 1800s]
      36    Garden records [1894?]
      37    Genealogical statistics; lists compiled by Page family members, nd
            Individuals
      38       [Page, Beatrice]: wedding gifts, [1923]
      39       Page, Benjamin: Rochester, NH; church membership, 1817
      40       Page, George: funeral, 1895
      41       Page, Huldah: cemetery lot, 1874
      42       Page, Kingman: "First Assembly District" ["for Will from
                 Uncle K."], nd
      43       Page, Olive: membership card, American Legion Auxiliary, 1929
      44       Page, Victor E.: pets, licences, 1905 & 1930
      45       Rogers, "Miss": funeral, 1893
      46       Rogers, Richard T.: funeral, 195[2?]
      47       Rogers, Sarah F.: funeral, 1893
            Marriages
      48       Downs, Benjamin & Elizabeth Wentworth; Sommerworth, [?], 1843
      49       Folsom, Roger & Lucinda Gerrish; Rochester, NH, 1849
      50       Page, Olive M. & Richard T. Rogers; Boston, 1877
      51       Wentworth, George & Mary Wingate; Rochester, NH, 1850
            Medical
      52       Page, Florence & Dorothy; school medical examinations, 1913

     SERIES 6; FINANCIAL; nd, 1821-1948 (Box 14, Flat Box 2)

14    01    Unidentified, no date
      02    Unidentified; 1842-1892; 1948
      03    Ledger book w/minutes legal information; Samuel Rogers & Daniel
               Page, 1821-1831
      04    Receipts for payment to teachers, 1865-1866
            Individuals
      05       Junkins, Clarence E., 1905
      06       Page, Beatrice, 1915
      07       Page, Benjamin, 1849-1859
      08       Page, Benjamin, 1860-1885 (includes estate)
      09       Page, Daniel & Benjamin, 1846-1847
      10       Page, Fannie, 1908
      11       Page, Frances, 1896
      12       Page, Frances; estate, 1917
      13       Page, George, 1864; 1876-1892
      14       Page, Hattie, 1881
      15       Page, Huldah, [1840s?], 1870-1877
      16       Page, Kingman, [1840s?], 1850-1869
      17       Page, Olive, 1868-1896; 1928(?)
      18       Page, Victor, 1884-1919
      19       Page, William, 1847-1867
      20       Plummer, Jonas, 1852-1884
      21       Roberts, John J., 1905
      22       Rogers, Richard T., 1862-1892; 1899
      23       Rogers, Samuel, 1848
      24    Organizations: DKE(?) Society; pins, nd

      *     Account book: accounts for pigs/hogs, horses, cattle, hens,
            sheep, 1889-1898 (incomplete); feed, supplies, clothing,
            utilities, people, etc; labor expenses; wall paper for
            "Portland St. house," 1898, and paper for "this" house, 1916-
            1917, 1922 (Flat Box 2)

     SERIES 7: LEGAL; nd, 1780-1947 (Box 14)

      25    Unidentified: [Page, Kingman F, 1852?], fragments., nd
      26    Charter: Rochester, NH; 1722 document copied by Kingman Page,
               1851(?)
            Real Estate:
      27       Bond: Rogers, Richard T. to George M. [Jennings?],
                 Rochester, NH, 1870
      28       Contract: Architects/Page, William, for 48 Beach St.,
                 Boston, 1871
               Deeds: 
      29         Page, Benjamin, from Louis M. [McDuffee], Rochester, NH, 1842
      30         [Page, Benjamin], "Homestead Farm": ownership transfers 
                    including families of Moses Horn & Benjamin Page, and
                    their decedents, Rochester, NH, ca 1804-1852
      31         Page, Benjamin, Jr., from Benjamin Page, Rochester, NH, 1815
      32         Page, Daniel, from Stephen Evans, Rochester, NH, 1780
      33         Page, Olive, from Huldah Page, Rochester, NH, 1871
      34         Page, Olive (Rogers), from William Page, Rochester, NH, 1892
      35         Page, Olive (Rogers), from Benjamin J. & Lillian E.
                    Hastings, Rochester, NH, 1892
      36         Page, Olive (Rogers), from Caroline G. Page, et. al,
                    Rochester, NH, 1893
      37         Page, Olive (Rogers), from Daniel & Maggie Page,
                    Rochester, NH, 1893
      38         Plummer, [?[, from Samuel Plummer, Portsmouth, NH, 1812
      39         Plummer, Benjamin and Samuel Rogers from John Clark,
                    Rochester, NH, 1828
      40         Rogers, Daniel & Richard, from [Andrew?] McDuffee,
                    Rochester, NH, 1839
      41         Rogers, Hannah, fr John Walton, Rochester, NH, 1802
      42         Rogers, Richard T., fr James B. Goodwin, Rochester, NH, 1848
      43         Rogers, Richard T., from Daniel Rogers, Rochester, NH, 1862
      44         Rogers, Richard T., from Daniel Rogers, Rochester, NH, 1876
      45         Rogers, Samuel, fr Benjamin Plummer, 1832
      46         York, Jasper H., from Daniel McDuffee, Rochester, NH, 1861
      47         Wentworth, William, et. al., nd
      48    Suit: Page, Alice vs Daniel Page and Benjamin Page, 1846 & 1848
            Wills & Estates:
      49       Bird, Mary E., estate; Surrogate's Court, Victor E. Page 
                 (attorney?), New York, 1890
      50       Horns, Moses; Stafford County, NH,  1871
      51       Martins, Betsy P.; William H. Page, et al, trustees, Boston, 1851
      52       Page, Benjamin: inventory & appraisal of property, nd
      53       Page, Frances S., estate; Victor E. Page, administrator,
                 Stafford, CO, NH, 1917
      54       Page, Huldah: inventory of property & will, Stafford, CO, NH, 1877
      55       Page, Huldah: estate, clams against, 1877-1880
      56       Page, Nina; estate, 1943; 1947
      57       Rogers, Sarah F., Stafford Co, NH, 1893-1894
      58       Twombly, Isaac, Richard T. Rogers, et al, trustees; court order,
                 Simon Wolf vs above, Rochester, NH, 1876 
      59       Wentworth, Micajah H., bankruptcy announcement

     SERIES 8: LITERARY; nd, 1823-1923 (Box 15)

15    01    Biography. Page, William H., "Chronology of War Services and
               Papers evidencing the same," (Civil War), by William H. Page, Jr. 
            Essays: 
      02       Unidentified
      03       Unidentified; "The Fair Thief" [early 1800s?]
               Individuals:
      04         O'Leary, E.G., "Corporal Punishment," 1870
      05         Page, Kingman F.;[for newspaper]
                 Page, William;
      06            "Las Vegas Hot Springs, New Mexico: Its Mineral
                      Waters, Climate, Hotels, Pleasure Resorts, etc."
      07            "A Visitation of A Parisian Priest Accompanied by a
                      Boston Doctor to the Various Chapels of the Las
                      Vegas, Parish, New Mexico"
      08            "Reminiscences of the Rebellion," [Civil War], 1887
      09    Music. Manuscripts, unidentified; "To a Bird," "Michael Roy,"
               "In the Morning  by the Bright-Light," and untitled;  nd,
                 [1872?], 1905
            Poetry
      10       Unidentified, [1852], 1873, 1875, 1917, nd
      11       Unidentified; "Name of a House Frame, of Benjamin Page's,
                 Jr." 1823
      12       Page family, incoming;  1849-1850, 1888, 1923, nd
      13       Page, Beatrice, nd
      14       Peavey, Chandler, "The Christian Experience," [early 1800s?]
      15       Hastings, Mary F. [1860s?, 1875?]
      16       Hastings, Minnie F., [1875?]
      17    Quotations: Page, Olive, compiler, nd
            Valentines:
      18       Anonymous /unidentified, 1840s
      19       Page, Hulda to Nina Page, 1867
      20       Page, William from Sarah Jones, 1847
      21       "Sybil," [1850s?]
      22       "Inez," 1857
                         
     SERIES 9: MEDICAL; 1840s-1885 (Box 15; Flat Box 1 & 3)

            Page, William H.
      23       Examining Surgeon for Pensions" to Charles C. [Newell?], 1867
      24       Patient's records "Notes from the Drs Practice,"1884-1885

      *        Record book of patients, Boston, ca 1867-1879 (Flat Box 1)
                 Information included; date, name of patient, address,
                 medical condition and treatment, charges
      *        Index; volume containing alphabetical list of names and page
                 numbers for location in above record book (Flat Box 1)
      *        "Record of Recruits Examined by Wm. H. Page at Boston,"
                 1863-1864. Provides date, name, town/county,
                 state/kingdom, profession, by whom enlisted, remarks, and
                 total of rejections.  Majority from Massachusetts, New
                 York, New Hampshire, and Maine; others represented, Rhode
                 Island, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Virginia;
                 among those countries listed, England, Ireland, Canada
                 (Flat Box 3)

15    25    Prescriptions & Cures: eye injury [William Page's?], pneumonia,
               unidentified, [1840s], 1851, nd

     SERIES 10: MILITARY; 1861-1863 (Flat Box 3)
      
      *     Record book/index.  Discharge records of Civil War soldiers
               (Massachusetts & New Hampshire, ca 1861-1865).  Provides
               rank, company, regiment, state, residence, date of
               discharge, volume number, page number.  Index to volumes not
               in Page Family Collection (SEE Flat Box 3)

     SERIES 11: PRINTED MATERIAL; 1839-1927 (Box 15, Flat Boxes 2 & 3)

            Advertisements
      26       Industrial, agricultural, medical, political, etc., [late
                 1880s-early 1900s]
      27       United States Hotel, Boston (includes map), 1842
            Announcements
      28       Individuals: Page, William H., Jr.; partner in law firm, 1905
               Medical
      29         Thayer, William Henry; Boylston Medical School course 
                    description, Boston, [1870s?]
      30         Williams, "Dr"; "Deceases of the Eye," course taught at
                    his residence, 1851
      31       Meetings. Great Falls and Conway Railroad, Somersworth,
                 1858; Pearl Square Auger Mfg. Co., Berwick, ME, 1895
            Booklets: Agriculture
      32       The Oats Case [Wirthmore Stock Feed].  Boston: Wirthmore
                 Poultry and Dairy Feeds, [1915].  To Victor Page,
                 Rochester, NH, 1915
      33       Keystone Side Delivery Rake (assembly directions),
                 International Harvester Co., 1912
           Booklets: Cities-Boston
      34       A Tabular Representation of the Present Condition of Boston
                 in Relation to Railroad Facilities, Foreign Commerce,
                 Population, Wealth, Manufactures, etc, 1851
      35       A New-Year's Sunday-School Lesson, Given, January 1, 1865 at
                 the West-Church Sunday School, Boston, 1865
            Booklets: Cities-Rochester, NH
      36       Annual Report of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Town
                 of Rochester, 1872
      37       Officers and Standing Committees of the City of Rochester,
                 1886 (2 copies)
            Booklets: Medical
      38       Physician's Return of a Death: Tenth Census of the United
                 States, June 1, 1879 to May 31, 1880.  Booklet of blank
                 survey forms with information from the Census Office
            Booklets: Mining
      39       The Gladstone Group of Mines: Deer Lodge County, Montana. 
                 NY: Gladstone Mining Co, [1901?].  To [Olive M. Rogers,
                 Rochester, NH], 1901
            Booklets: Silver Ware
      40       Forks & Spoons.  Boston: Bigelow, Kennard & Co., Inc.,
                 [1920].  To Mrs. H.P. Jenkins, Rochester, NH, 1920
            Booklets: Travel
      41       S.S. "Princess Louise" passenger list, Victoria, B.C. and
                 Vancouver, B.C. to Skagway, Alaska, 1927.  To Olive and
                 Nina Page, Rochester, NH, 1927
      *     Books: Bible, New Testament, vol. 2; cloth, signed, Daniel H.
               Page (Flat Box 2)
      *     Broadsides (Flat Box 3
               Draft roster, Board of Enrolment, First Congressional
                 District, New Hampshire, 1863.  Includes handwritten
                 additions and deletions
               "A Brief Account of the Execution of the Six Militia Men";
                 description of the arrest, trial, and execution under
                 orders of General Andrew Jackson, [1817?] 
               Real estate auction of "Homestead Farm" of the late Benjamin
                 Page, April 17, 1839 

15    42    Calling card: Page, Mrs. William H. [Nancy?], {1927]
             Fliers
               Cities-Boston
      43         "Government of the City of Boston for 1851," list of city
                    officials, 1851
      44       Humor
                 "How to Make Money" (sale of whiskey).  NY: Wm. Knowles,
                    Printer, nd
               Political
      45         New Hampshire Republican Party including several related
                    to war, 1918 (4)
            Invitations
      46       Graduation exercises (10), 1879-1895 
                 Boston Public Latin School, Harvard, Lasell Seminary for
                 Young Women, Rochester [NH] High School, Farmington High
                 School, Phillips Exeter Academy,  1879-1895
      47       Graduation exercises (6), 1902-1920
                 Rochester (NH) High School, Mount Ida School (Newton, MA),
                 Moses Brown School, Grammar Schools (Rochester, NH)
               Political 
      48         Hillsborough, NH; rally for Franklin Pierce, to Kingman
                    Page, 1852
      49         Concord, NH; unveiling of statue of Franklin Pierce, Gov.
                    Samuel D. Felkner to Mr. & Mrs. Victor E. Page, 1914
      50       Social and cultural events, 1886-1927
      51       Weddings, 1882-1926
      52    Menu.  S.S. "Canopic," 1915
            Newspaper Clippings
      53       The True Midnight Cry, Vol. 1, No. 1, Haverhill, MA, Aug,
                 22, 1844
      54       The New England Courant, No. 80, Feb 4 to Feb 11, 1723;
                 "Fac-Simile of the first Paper ever issued by [Benjamin] 
                 Franklin, and now printed (Sept. 17, 1856) on a press
                 once used by him."
      55       The Rochester Courier and Farmington Advertiser, 1869
                 (incomplete)
      56       Articles regarding Mary Hastings (2), 1869 & nd
      57       [Journal of Commerce] by William Page, [1882]
      58       [Mirror & Farm], [Manchester, NH], arrest of Arthur H.
                 Dealand, postmaster at East Rochester [NH], 1886
             Programs-Educational institutions. 
      59       Mt. Holyoke (1851), Boston Latin School (1851), Wellesley
                 College (1918), [St. Paul's, Garden City, L.I., 1940?],
                 unidentified

                    Container List: Flat Boxes

The contents of the flat boxes described below are also included in the
appropriate series location within the container list of document boxes 1-15. 

Flat Box 1

     1.     Medical.  Page, William H.  Record book of patients, Boston, ca
            1867-1879
            Information included: date, name of patient, address, medical
            condition and treatment, charges

     2.     Medical.  Index.  Volume containing alphabetical list of names
            and page numbers for location in above record  book

Flat Box 2

     1.     Financial.  Account book, ca 1889-1898; 1916-1918
            Accounts for pigs/hogs, horses, cattle, hens, sheep for 1889-
            1898 (incomplete); accounts for feed, supplies, clothing,
            utilities, people, etc.; labor expenses; wall paper for
            "Portland St. house, 1898, and paper for "this" house, 1916-
            1917, 1922

     2.     Printed material.  Bible; New Testament, cloth, signed "Daniel
            H. Page, Vol. 2"

Flat Box 3

     1.     Printed material: broadside.  Draft roster, Board of
            Enrollment, First Congressional District, New Hampshire, 1863. 
            Includes handwritten additions and deletions

     2.     Printed material: broadside. "A Brief Account of the Execution
            of the Six Militia Men"; description of arrest, trial, and
            execution under orders of General Andrew Jackson, [1817?]

     3.     Printed material: broadside.  Real estate auction of "Homestead
            Farm" of the late Benjamin Page, April 17, 1839 

     4.     Military: record book/index.  Discharge records of Civil War
            soldiers (Massachusetts & New Hampshire), ca 1861-1865. 
            Provides rank, company, regiment, state, residence, date of
            discharge, volume, page numbers.  Index to volumes not in Page
            Family Collection

     5.     Medical.  "Record of Recruits Examined by Wm. H. Page at
            Boston" 1863-1864. 
            Provides date, name, town/county, state/kingdom, profession, by
            whom enlisted, remarks, and totals of rejections.  Majority
            from Massachusetts, New York, New Hampshire and Maine; others
            represented, Rhode Island, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Connecticut,
            Virginia; among those countries listed, England, Ireland,
            Canada.




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