Chamberlain Family Papers
00002

Summary Information

Repository
Michigan State University Archives and Historical Collections
Creator
Chamberlain family, (Henry Chamberlain, 1824-1907)
Title
Chamberlain family papers
ID
00002
Date [inclusive]
1795-1931
Extent
5.3 Cubic feet
Language
English

Preferred Citation note

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: "Item title, Collection title, Collection Identifier, Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections, East Lansing,Michigan".

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Biographical/Historical

The Chamberlain family migrated from New Hampshire west to Scipio, Ohio, in the early 19th century. From there, they moved to Three Oaks, Berrien County, Michigan in 1843. Henry Chamberlain served as a state representative in Lansing, Michigan, between 1848 and 1855. He served on the Michigan State Board of Agriculture, which governed Michigan Agricultural College from 1888 to 1897. His son, Paul, attended Ashbunham School in Massachusetts, the Olivet College in Michigan. Mellon (Moses) Chamberlain was sent back east to be educated at Dartmouth College and Harvard University (1840-1849). He set up a legal practice in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1849.

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Scope and Contents note

The collection consists of family correspondence, documents, and business records, particularly relating to Henry Chamberlain. Genealogical material is located in box 5.

The letters in the early years of the collection relate to the migration of the family westward to Ohio, and then on up to Michigan. There is an 1830 agreement in which certain New Hampshire citizens sponsor William Chamberlain to go and scout the area above the Ohio River for them. There are a number of letters in the next few years from friends and relatives who joined the movement and established themselves at various points across the Ohio. A letter of December 26, 1833 describes pioneer life in Indiana. Letters of December 18, 1832, December 24, 1835, June 6, 1837, and May 15, 1837 describe life in Ohio. The latter also includes comments on New Buffalo, Michigan. Much of the material from 1836 relates to a general store which the family operated in Scipio, Ohio. There is also an 1839 ledger at the end of the collection relating to the store.

The family migrated from Ohio to New Buffalo, Michigan in 1843. Letters within this year describe pioneer life here and the routes from the east. In addition there is a paper in the undated materials within box 4 in which Alice Chamberlain Heatfield describes this migration by her grandparents. This paper was prepared years later, largely from the letters presently in this collection.

Early letters from New Buffalo deal with a variety of subjects. A letter of September 25, 1847 describes cranberry and grape gathering. Other letters describe general agriculture and prices. Railroad development was of prime interest to the family. A letter dated November 1, 1846 discusses the route of the Michigan Central Railroad. One of March 3, 1848 describes the arrival of rail connections at New Buffalo. A letter of June 23, 1851 describes work on the Lake Shore Railroad through Northern Ohio.

Moses Chamberlain (first name changed to Mellon in 1843) was sent back east for his schooling, and ultimately remained here. There are letters from him relating to life at Dartmouth College in 1840. A letter of 1847 describe Harvard, where he received his law degree. A letter of March 17, 1849 describes in the beginnings of his law practice in Boston.

The remainder of the Chamberlains stayed in Berrien County and established themselves as a leading family of the area. Henry Chamberlain served as a state representative in Lansing, and his letter of January 3, 1849 contains a account of the early beginnings of the new capital city. A number of letters in the period 1848-1855 bear reference to Michigan politics and elections.

Letters in the decade prior to the Civil War describe and express personal feelings at the great unfolding political events. A letter of October 18, 1850 contains an excellent eyewitness account of the passage of the California, Texas Boundary, and Utah Bills in the U.S. Senate. A letter from South Carolina dated August 30, 1850 describes secessionist feeling here.

There are a large number of letters relating to the Civil War. One of January 2, 1862 describes recruiting activities in the West and Michigan war attitudes. There is a descriptive letter of August 7, 1864 from a Confederate soldier in Rock Island Prison to his Michigan relatives. There are a number of letters from soldiers in the Michigan 12th Regiment. One date November 19, 1864 relays the election results within this regiment, the Wisconsin 29th, the Iowa 21st, and the Indiana 47th.

The most valuable of the materials from the period after the Civil War are those relating to old Michigan Agricultural College. Henry Chamberlain served on the State Board of Agriculture, which governed the College, from 1888 to 1897. Letters from M.A.C. President Clute, other Board members, Governor Wihans, and state legislators in the period of his service provide information on administrative problems.

The remainder of the materials in the years after the war are of a miscellaneous nature with little value. A letter of June 30, 1875 from London describes that city. Letters of July 29, 1868, October 20, 1868, and September 20, 1880 bear good accounts of Michigan politics. There are a number of letters from 1882 through 1888 from Henry Chamberlain to his son Paul, who first attended Ashbunham School in Massachusetts, and then Olivet College in Michigan. A letter of March 25, 1906 describes travels in Colorado. There is a note dated April 28th in the same year from Robert La Follette, in which he thanks Henry Chamberlain for his interest. And a letter of October 6, 1936 describes lumbering in the Silotz Country off Oregon.

Folder 1 also contains a description written by Henry Chamberlain of the house in which he was born (see picture collection for photo). Folder 3 contains miscellaneous receipts (1813-1857).

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Michigan State University Archives and Historical Collections October 1964

Conrad Hall
888 Wilson Road, Room 101
East Lansing , MI, 48824
517-355-2330
archives@msu.edu

Revision Description

  September 2000

Conditions Governing Access note

Collection is open for research.

Legal Status

Copyright: Michigan State University Property Rights: Michigan State University

Conditions Governing Use note

Permission to publish material from this collection must be obtained from University Archives & Historical Collections, Michigan State University.

Custodial History

Gift of Mrs. Wheelock H. Chamberlain, transferred by the MSU Museum.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Dartmouth College.
  • Harvard University.
  • Michigan Agricultural College.
  • Michigan. State Board of Agriculture.
  • Olivet College.
  • Rock Island Arsenal (Ill.).

Genre(s)

  • Business records
  • Legal instruments
  • Letters (correspondence)
  • Photographs
  • Postcards

Geographic Name(s)

  • Berrien County (Mich.)
  • Lansing (Mich.)
  • Michigan -- Politics and government
  • Three Oaks (Mich. : Township)
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc.
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Prisoners and prisons
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Public opinion

Personal Name(s)

  • Chamberlain, Henry
  • Chamberlain, Mellen, 1821-1900
  • Chamberlain, W. H., Mrs.
  • Clute, O., (Oscar)
  • Winans, Edwin B., 1826-1894

Subject(s)

  • Agriculture -- Michigan
  • Frontier and pioneer life -- Indiana
  • Frontier and pioneer life -- Michigan
  • Frontier and pioneer life -- Ohio
  • Genealogy
  • General stores
  • Marriage licenses -- Michigan
  • Practice of law -- Massachusetts
  • Railroads -- Design and construction

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Collection Inventory

Papers 

Scope and Contents note

Box Folder

 1813-1827 

1 1

Emigration-Michigan. 4 Letters from Early Ohio and Michigan 1830-1845 

1 2

 1795-1935 

1 3

 1836 

1 4

 1837-1839 

1 5

 1840-1841 

1 6

 1842-1843 

1 7

 1844 

1 8

 1845-1846 

1 9

 1847-1848 

1 10

 1849-1850 

1 11

 1851-1852 

1 12

Courtship letters from Rebecca Van Devanter Ames to Henry Chamberlain 1853-November 1856 

1 13

Courtship letters from Henry Chamberlain to Rebecca Van Devanter Ames 1853-1856 

1 14

 1853-1855 

1 15

 1855-1859 

1 16

 1860-1862 

1 17

 1863-1864 

2 1

 1865-1866 

2 2

 1867-1869 

2 3

 1870-1876 

2 4

 1877-1883 

2 5

 1884-1887 

2 6

 1888-February 1889 

2 7

 March-December 1889 

2 8

 1890 

2 9

 January-March 1891 

2 10

 April-May 1891 

2 11

 June-September 1891 

2 12

 October-December 1891 

2 13

Letters from Rebecca to Henry Chamberlain 1890-1891 

2 14

Letters from Paul M. Chamberlain to Olivia Woodward (later, Chamberlain) January 1890-January 1891 

2 15

Letters from Paul M. Chamberlain to Olivia Woodward February 1891 

2 16

Letters from Paul M. Chamberlain to Olivia Woodward March-April 1891 

3 1

Letters from Paul M. Chamberlain to his wife, Olivia Chamberlain June 1891-June 1892 

3 2

Letters from Paul M. Chamberlain to Olivia W. Chamberlain July 1892-June 1894 

3 3

Letters from Rebecca Chamberlain to Husband, Henry 1892-1896 

3 4

 January-April 1892 

3 5

 May-December 1892 

3 6

 January-May 1893 

3 7

 June-December 1893 

3 8

 January-September 1894 

3 9

 October-December 1894 

3 10

Letters of Paul M. Chamberlain on European Trip November 1894-February 1895 

3 11

 1895 

3 12

 January-July 1886 

3 13

 August-September 1896 

3 14

 October-December 1896 

3 15

 January 1897-May 1897 

4 1

 June-December 1897 

4 2

 1898 

4 3

 1899 

4 4

 January-September 1900 

4 5

 October-December 1900 

4 6

 January-June 1901 

4 7

 July-December 1901 

4 8

 1902 

4 9

 1903 

4 10

 1904 

4 11

 1905 

4 12

 January-March 1906 

4 13

 April-December 1906 

4 14

Small Notebook. Henry Chamberlain 1906-1907 

4 15

 1910-1936 

4 16

 undated 

4 17-18

Campaign Addresss of Henry Chamberlain 1906 

4 19

General Information on Collection 1952 

4 20

Chamberlain Genealogy 

5 1

Genealogy 

5 2-4

Langdon Genealogy 

5 5-6

Woodward-Wheelock Genealogy 

5 7

Chamberlain Genealogy 

5 8

Langdon Genealogy 

5 9
Box

Books from the Chamberlain Association of America, a Bound Volume of Letters to Mellon Chamberlain from 1827 to 1842, and Genealogy Books 

6
Box Folder

Marriage Certificate, 1861; Newspaper Clippings, 1900; Chamberlain Family Papers. House Description, 1902 

7 1

The Reveille January 18 and 25, 1873 

7 2

Receipts 1813-1857 

7 3

Ephemera - Cards 

7 4-6
Box

Photograph album of the Warren-Chamberlain families tour of N.E. U.S. 1902 

7

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Volumes 

Volume

Henry Chamberlain ledger 1855 

1

Personal expense ledger -- 1878-1879 

2

Business ledger 1875-1876 

3

Business ledger 1878-1879 

4

Business journal 1873-1874 

5

Business journal 1875-1876 

6

Business journal 1876-1877 

7

Business journal 1878-1879 

8

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Postcards and Photographs 

Drawer

Postcards 

Postcards

Africa 

Airplanes 

Alabama. Montgomery 

Algeria 

Animals. Cats 

Arkansas. Little Rock 

Barber Shops 

Belgium. Brussels 

Boats 

Burma 

Business. Warren Featherbone Company 

California 

California. Los Angles 

California. San Francisco 

Canada. Ontario 

Canada. Quebec. Montreal 

Ceylon. Folders 1-2 

China 

Colorado 

Connecticut. Hartford 

Cuba. Havana 

Czechoslovakia. Prague 

Delaware. Dover 

Egypt 

England 

Exposition and Fairs. Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. Seattle 1909 

Exposition and Fairs. Century of Progress Exposition. Chicago 1933 

Exposition and Fairs. Jamestown Exposition 1909 

Factories. REO Motor Car Company 

Florida 

Florida. Orlando 

Florida. Tampa 

Georgia. Atlanta 

Germany 

Hawaii 

Hawaii. Honalulu 

Hong Kong 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Illinois. Chicago. Folders 1-2 

Illinois, University of. Buildings 

India 

Indiana 

Indiana. Elkhart 

Indiana. Gary 

Indiana. La Porte 

Indiana. Michigan City 

Indiana. Mishawaka 

Indiana. South Bend. Folders 1-2 

Indonesia 

Iowa. Des Moines 

Israel 

Italy 

Japan 

Japan. Kobe 

Japan. Kyoto 

Japan. Nikko 

Japan. Osaka 

Kansas. Topeka 

Kentucky 

Lebanon 

Louisiana 

Lumbering. Transporting Logs 

Machinery. Printing Press 

Madiera 

Maine. Augusta 

Malta 

Maryland. Annapolis 

Massachusetts. Boston 

Michigan. Battle Creek 

Michigan. Bay City. Lumberyard Fire 

Michigan. Detroit. Belle Isle 

Michigan. Bellevue 

Michigan. Benton Harbor 

Michigan. Berrien County 

Michigan. Bridgman 

Michigan. Buchanan 

Michigan. Charlotte 

Michigan. Coldwater 

Michigan. Crystal Springs 

Michigan. Detroit 

Michigan. Durand 

Michigan. Evart 

Michigan. Flint 

Michigan. Galien 

Michigan. Grand Rapids 

Michigan. Howell 

Michigan. Jackson 

Michigan. Kalkaska 

Michigan. Lakeside 

Michigan. Lansing. Capitol 

Michigan. Lansing. Folders 1-2 

Michigan. Mackinac Island 

Michigan. Marquette 

Michigan. Mt. Clemens 

Michigan. Munising 

Michigan. New Baffalo 

Michigan. Niles 

Michigan. Ostego 

Michigan. Owosso. Congregational Church 

Michigan. Petoskey 

Michigan. Port Huron 

Michigan. Saginaw 

Michigan. St. Johns 

Michigan. St. Joseph 

Michigan. Sault Ste. Marie 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Folders 1-4 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Churches 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Chamberlain Memorial Museum 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Dewey Park 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Homes 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Parades 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Railway Station 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Schools 

Michigan. Ypsilanti 

Michigan Technological Univerisity. Buildings 

Michigan, University of 

Minnesota 

Minnesota. Blue Earth 

Minnesota. Rochester 

Minnesota. St. Paul 

Mississippi. Jackson 

Missouri 

Missouri. Kansas City 

Montana. Helena 

Nebraska 

Netherlands 

Nevada. Carson City 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

New York. New York City 

North Carolina. Raleigh 

North Dakota. Bismark 

Northern Michigan University 

Notre Dame, University of 

Ohio 

Oklahoma. Grady County. Stone Quarry 

Oklahoma. Hobart 

Offices 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

People. Burkhart, John 

People. Groups 

People. Lee, Beatrice A. 

People. Martin, Molly and Children 

People. Napoleon I 

People. Paddock Family 

People. Wilhelm II 

Philippines 

Railroads 

Religion 

Rhode Island. Providence 

Sand Dunes 

Scenes. Unidentified 

Scotland 

Ships 

Ships. Steamships. "Adirondack" 

Ships. Steamships. "City of Alpena" 

Ships. Steamships. "Greater Detroit" 

Ships. Steamships. "Kingston" 

Ships. Steamships. "Theodore Roosevelt" 

Singapore. Folders 1-2 

South Carolina 

South Dakota. Pierre 

Switzerland 

Switzerland. Zurich 

Syracuse University. Stadium 

Syria. Damascus 

Tennessee. Nashville 

Texas. Beaumont 

Turkey 

Utah. Salt Lake City 

Vermont. Montpelier 

Virginia 

Washington 

Washington. Seattle 

Washington, D.C. 

Washington, D.C. Capitol Buildings 

Washington, D. C. White House 

West Virginia. Charleston 

West Virginia. Raymond City 

Waterfalls. Niagara Falls 

Wisconsin 

Wisconsin. Cambria 

Wisconsin. Milwaukee. Folders 1-2 

Wisconsin. Sussex 

Wisconsin. Waukesha. Folders 1-2 

Wisconsin. Wisconsin Dells. Folders 1-2 

Wisconsin. University of , Madison 

Wyoming 

Photographs 

Photographs

Agriculture. Folders 1-2 

Agriculture. Farm Implements 

Airplanes 

Algeria 

Animals. Birds. Nests 

Animals. Deer 

Animals. Sheep 

Animals. Turkeys 

Athletics. Baseball. Three Oaks (Mich.) Teams 

Athletics. Basketball. Three Oaks (Mich.) Teams 

Athletics. Football 

Athletics. Tennis 

Austria 

Automobiles 

Boats 

Bricklaying 

Buildings 

Business. Warren Featherbone Company. Folders 1-5 

California 

California. Pasadena 

Canada 

Capital Punishment 

Carts 

Churches 

Colorado. Cheyenne Mountain 

Egypt 

England 

Factories 

Firemen 

Forest Fire 

Grand Army of the Republic. Encampment 

Greece. Athens 

Homes 

Homes. Interiors 

Hong Kong 

Italy. Venice 

Jerusalem. Folders 1-2 

Lebanon. Sidon. Folders 1-2 

Lumbering 

Machinery 

Madeira 

Manufacturing Twine from Henequin 

Marshall Islands 

Mexico 

Michigan. Allegan County 

Michigan. Berrien County 

Michigan. Chippewa County 

Michigan. Frankfort 

Michigan. Grand Haven 

Michigan. Isle Royale. Folders 1-3 

Michigan. Lansing. Capitol 

Michigan. Mackinac Island 

Michigan. Mason County 

Michigan. Schoolcraft County 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Chamberlain Memorial Museum 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Folders 1-5 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Aerial Views. Folders 1-2 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Cemeteries 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Churches 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Civil Events. Folders 1-2 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Dewey Cannon Celebration. Folders 1-2 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Dewey Cannon Committee. Folders 1-5 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Frederick Warren Photographic Gallery 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Homes. Folders 1-2 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Parades 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Railway Station 

Michigan. Three Oaks. Social Activities 

Michigan. Van Buren County 

Michigan. Warren Woods. Folders 1-2 

Mining. Iron 

Mining. Silver 

Music. Bands 

North Carolina 

Palestine. Folders 1-2 

People. Adams, Emma and Ella 

People. Ahmed, Selim 

People. Albro, Maritta 

People. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. D.B. 

People. Avery Family 

People. Bachman, E. C. 

People. Bailey, Mrs. Silas 

People. Bailey, William 

People. Bailey, May 

People. Barnes, Avery 

People. Benson, T.E. and Family 

People. Bertrand, Joseph 

People. Bliss, Mrs. 

People. Bosworth, Edward J. 

People. Bradley, Grace E. 

People. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. John 

People. Bradley, Thomas C. 

People. Bradley, Winnie Sherrill and Cecille 

People. Bratney, Alex 

People. Breece, Frank Melvin 

People. Bryner, Mary 

People. Brown, Charles E. 

People. Buchanan Family 

People. Burges, Richard 

People. Burnett, Jerome 

People. Carrier, Mr. and Mrs. George and Norma 

People. Chamberlain Family 

People. Chamberlain, Frederic W. 

People. Chamberlain, Henry 

People. Chamberlain, Mr. and Mrs. Henry 

People. Chamberlain, Mary Foster (Mrs. Moses) 

People. Chamberlain, Moses 

People. Chamberlain, William Jr. 

People. Chamberlain, Mrs. William 

People. Church, Mary Ryther 

People. Churchill, Mr. and Mrs. Owen 

People. Cleverly, Olin H. 

People. Copeland, Belle 

People. Copeland, William 

People. Critchete, Mr. and Mrs. Peter 

People. Crosby, Henry C. 

People. Crosby, J.B. and Family 

People. Crowshaw, Samual 

People. Davidson, James A. 

People. Davidson, M.A. 

People. Davis, Caroline 

People. Davis, Charles 

People. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Eugenius W. 

People. Davis, George 

People. DeGroot Family 

People. Drew, Albert L. 

People. Drew, Mrs. Albert L. 

People. Drew. H.L. 

People. Easton, William 

People. Effendi, Faidy 

People. Flower, William Holden 

People. Foster, Abiel 

People. Foster, Martin and Sally 

People. Foster, Susannah Moore 

People. Fox, George 

People. Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 

People. Freeland, John and Sarah 

People. Fuller, Mrs. Judge 

People. Garland, Mr. and Mrs. George 

People. Garland, John and Family 

People. Gillette, C.P. 

People. Gillette, Mr. and Mrs. H.E. 

People. Goit, Rial 

People. Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. R.M. and Family 

People. Gough, John B. 

People. Gowdy, Frank 

People. Grant, Ulysses S. 

People. Greeley, Horace 

People. Greenamyer, J.D. 

People. Groups. Folders 1-2 

People. Groups. Unidentified. Folders 1-2 

People. Hall, William 

People. Heckman, Asa 

People. Heinz, R.J. 

People. Hess, Charles O. 

People. Hill, Mrs. John R. 

People. Hillward, Mr. and Mrs. H.W. 

People. Holdcraft, J.G. 

People. Holden, M. Goodwin 

People. Hollette, Mrs. Amos 

People. Hollett, Retha 

People. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. James and Family 

People. Irwin, Mrs. S.C. 

People. King, Henry C. 

People. Kling, Herbie 

People. Klute Family 

People. Knowles, Mary A. Newell 

People. Kranier, Mr. and Mrs. Melen 

People. Lackey, Edna Warren 

People. Lane, Gladys M. 

People. Lane, Mrs. Leonard 

People. Lawrence, Marvin 

People. Levey, Mary Julia 

People. Levey, William Rennox 

People. Lewis, Elizabeth G. 

People. Lewis, Sherwood Price 

People. Lewis, Uriah 

People. Love, Eli G. 

People. Love, Mr. and Mrs. George 

People. Love, Gilbert 

People. Love, Harriet M. (Mrs. Thomas C.) 

People. Love, Isaac 

People. Love, John 

People. Love, Marion 

People. Love, Ozro T. 

People. Love, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

People. Love, Thomas C. 

Lowie, Lizzie Avery 

People. McCann, Bert 

People. McCann, Thomas 

People. McCrillis, A.B. 

People. McKie, Mr. and Mrs. J.L. 

People. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac 

People. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood 

People. McGawn Family 

People. Millis, Mrs. E.L. 

People. Mills, Julia McCann 

People. Minster, Mr. and Mrs. John and Family 

People. Molden, Henry 

People. Moody, Dwight 

People. Morgan, Mr.and Mrs. C.H. 

People. Munger, Flora Eby 

People. Murphy, Ada 

People. Neighbor, Julia Whitman (Mrs. W.W.) 

People. Niblock, Nina Pearl 

People. Paddock Family 

People. Parrey, Alice 

People. Parrey, Rev. and Mrs. Porter B. 

People. Parsons, George 

People. Paxson, Mrs. J.M. 

People. Phelps, Kate Ryther 

People. Pike, Henry 

People. Potts, John 

People. Purdy, Emma Mills and Mary 

People. Rhoads, Mrs. 

People. Rist, Matt Sr. 

People. Rumbough, James 

People. Rush, Elvin R. 

People. Russell, May Haller and Harry 

People. Ryther, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus 

People. Ryther, Florence 

People. Ryther, Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus 

People. Sage, Mr. and Mrs. Luther 

People. Sanders, Frank K. 

People. Savage Family 

People. Saverign, F.F. 

People. Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Silas 

People. Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. W.K. 

People. Seiples, Mrs. Frank 

People. Shaw, Constance 

People. Shedd, Lennie 

People. Shedd, Leoria 

People. Sheridan, Melissa Lane 

People. Sherman, William T. 

People. Sherwood, Alonzo 

People. Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. Alva 

People. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Darius 

People. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John 

People. Smith, Rev. P. and Family 

People. Stevens, George L. 

People. Stevens, Thomas and Josie (Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stevens_ 

People. Stout, John 

People. Thompson, Charles E. 

People. Thompson, Charlotte Ann 

People. Thompson, Dorothy Ineen Elizabeth 

People. Thompson, Fred Holmes 

People. Thompson, Maxwell 

People. Thompson, Millicent Betz 

People. Tuttle, I.S. 

People. Ullery, Addie Hilton 

People. Unidentified. Folders 1-3 

People. Valentine, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 

People. Valentine, Lucy Wilcox 

People. Vernard, Mrs. Abraham and Maggie 

People. Walters, Frank 

People. Warner, Mrs. H. 

People. Warner, Major 

People. Warner, Mary 

People. Warren Family. Folders 1-2 

People. Warren and Chamberlain Families 

People. Warren, Albert 

People. Warren, Charles K. 

People. Warren, Edward K. Folders 1-2 

People. Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. 

People. Warren, Fred P. 

People. Warren, Horace 

People. Warren, Mary Chamberlain 

People. Warren, Paul 

People. Warren, Percey 

People. Warren, Sarah Stevens 

People. Warren, Rev. and Mrs. Waters 

People. Watson Brothers 

People. Watson, Leslie Linton 

People. Watson, Wesley Minon 

People. Wellwood, Catherine 

People. White, Laura 

People. Wilcox Family 

People. Wilkinson, Wesley 

People. Willard, Levi 

Peppermint Still 

Politics. Republican Rally. Niles, Michigan 

Railroads 

Railroads. Accidents 

Railroads. Electric 

Railroads. Inclines 

Railroads. Models 

Ranching. Cattle 

Recreation. Fishing 

Religion. Buddhism. Temples 

Religion. Church Groups 

Religion. World's Sunday School Association 

Religion. World's Sunday School Association. Meetings 

Religion. World's Sunday School Association. Rome Convention, 1907. Folder 1 

Religion. World's Sunday School Association. Rome Convention, 1907. Folder 2 

Religion. World's Sunday School Association. Executive Committee 

Religion. World's Sunday School Association. Teachers 

Samaria 

Samaritans 

Samaritans. Pentateuch 

Scenes. Unidentified 

Schools. U.S. Indian Industrial School. Santa Fe, New Mexico 

Ships 

Ships. Ferries. "Chief Wawatam" 

Ships. Lake Freighters 

Ships. Schooners 

Ships. Steamships "Arizona" 

Ships. Yachts 

Soo Locks 

Students. Folders 1-3 

Switzerland 

Tanzania. Dar es Salaam 

Tombstones 

Tomatoes 

Turkey 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Wagons 

War Veterans 

Water Sources 

Box

Oversize Photographs 

OS 11

Chamberlain Birth Home 

Agriculture 

U.S. Civil War Veteran Funeral 

U.S. Civil War 

Drawer

Photographs/CDVs 

CDVs

Beekeeping 

Homes 

Stereocards 

Stereocards

Animals (2 folders) 

Animals. Bears 

Animals. Birds 

Animals. Buffalo 

Caves 

Colorado (4 folders) 

Colorado. Cripple Creek 

Colorado. Garden of the Gods 

Colorado. Pike’s Peak 

Colorado. Royal Gorge 

Colorado. West Ouray 

Expositions and Fairs. Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1876 

Expositions and Fairs. World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893 

Illinois. Chicago. Chicago River 

Italy. Courmayeur 

Italy. Florence 

Italy. Genoa 

Italy. Milan 

Italy. Naples 

Italy. Naples. National Museum. Model, Ruins of Pompeii 

Italy. Pavia 

Italy. Pisa 

Italy. Pompeii (3 folders) 

Italy. Rome (3 folders) 

Italy. Rome. Catacombs of Cappuccini 

Italy. Rome. Churches (2 folders) 

Italy. Rome. The Colosseum 

Italy. Sicily. Palermo 

Italy. Tivoli 

Italy. Venice (4 folders) 

Lumbering. Transporting Logs. Minnesota 

Machinery. Warren Bros. Calculating Engine (2 folders) 

Michigan. Benton Harbor 

Michigan. Berrien County 

Mining. Gold 

Minnesota 

People. Coghlan, Rose 

Social Activities. Reception for Diamond Lake Picnic Party 

Spain. Barcelona 

Volcanoes. Mt. Vesuvius 

Wisconsin. Dells 

Wisconsin. Devil’s Lake 

Glass Negatives - Part of the Glass Negatives Collection 

Box Folder

G1356 Grandson of Edward K. Warren, William Chamberlain (striped suit) Edward K. II (?) (center) undated 

GP 9 1

G1357 Will White and Edward K. Warren c. 1865 

GP 9 2

G1358 and G1359 People. Warren. Mary Chamberlain undated 

GP 9 3-4

G1360 Edward K. Warren with son and grandson undated 

GP 9 5

G1361 Edward K. Warren undated 

GP 9 6

G1362 Michigan. Ottawa County. Ottawa Beach Post Office undated 

GP 9 7

G1363 Horse Drawn Trolley undated 

GP 9 8

G1364 Michigan. Three Oaks undated 

GP 9 9

G1365 Ships. Men standing on the Michigan Fruit Line ship, named the Douglas Saugatuck undated 

GP 9 10

G1366 Ships. Shipbuilding undated 

GP 9 11

G1367 Boats. Sailboats undated 

GP 9 12

G1368 and G1369 Recreation. Boating. Boats/canoes at dock next to boathouse undated 

GP 9 13-14

G1370 Recreation. Boating. View of people on shore from boat/canoe undated 

GP 9 15

G1371 Recreation. Bicycling. Man standing next to bicycle with large front wheel undated 

GP 9 16

G1372 Recreation. Swimming. People in bathing costumes in a lake undated 

GP 9 17

G1373 Blacksmith. Blacksmith shop and other buildings undated 

GP 9 18

G1374 Warner, Albert undated 

GP 9 19

G1375 William Benton Chamberlain (child), Frederick W. Chamberlain, Edward K. Warren undated 

GP 9 20

G1376 and G 1377 Rev. Waters Warren? undated 

GP 9 21-22

G1378 Rev. Waters Warren undated 

GP 9 23

G1379 Warren, Benjamin undated 

GP 9 24

G1380 Recreation. Swimming. People in bathing costumes next to lake undated 

GP 9 25

G1381 Ships. People on docks undated 

GP 9 26

G1382 Warren Featherbone Company. Manufacturing undated 

GP 19 1

G1419 Mexico La Paz - Baja California. Man with mules in desert undated 

GP 15 15

G1420 La Paz Mexico, Baja California. People in town loading/unloading sacks undated 

GP 15 16

G1421 Mexico. Wagon or coach undated 

GP 15 17

G1422 Mexico. Small sailboats next to shore and a pier undated 

GP 15 18

G1423 Mexico. A tent and small covered wagon undated 

GP 15 19

G1424 Mexico. Group of Surveyors Caption reads Chief Engineer Juan J. Matute surveying the road from Cacachilas camp to La Ventana Bay or Gulf of California April 1889 

GP 15 20

G1425 Mexico. Cows dragging logs. Caption reads, "No. 2 Hauling Lumber over the mountains into Cacachilas camp. Lower Califorinia" April 1889 

GP 15 21

G1426 Mexico. Town around a central park. Includes Casa de Gobierno undated 

GP 15 22

G1427 Mexico. La Paz - Baja, California. Men on horses undated 

GP 15 23

G1428 and G1429 Expositions and Fairs. Worlds Columbian Exposition 1893 

GP 15 24-25

G1430 La Paz, Mexico - Baja, California. Church under construction next to park undated 

GP 15 26

G1431 La Paz, Mexico - Baja, California. Town scene undated 

GP 15 27

G1432 La Paz, Mexico - Baja, California. Town scene or factories in the mountains undated 

GP 15 28

G1433 La Paz, Mexico - Baja, California. Factories with piles of rock/gravel undated 

GP 15 29

G1434 La Paz, Mexico - Baja, California. Pack mules and men sitting on line of saddles on the ground undated 

GP 15 30

G1435 Expositions and Fairs. Worlds Columbian Exposition 1893 

GP 15 31

G1436 La Paz, Mexico - Baja, California. Building with letters ALGDGAU undated 

GP 15 32

G1437 and G1438 Expositions and Fairs. Worlds Columbian Exposition 1893 

GP 15 33-34

G1439 Mexico. Street scene. Also shows California hotel undated 

GP 15 35

G1440 Mexico. Casa de Gobierno. Also with words Tribunal Superior and Tribunal Politico undated 

GP 15 36

G1441-G1445 Expositions and Fairs. Worlds Columbian Exposition 1893 


    Box Folder
Photographic materials   GP 15 37
    Box Folder
Photographic materials   GP 16 1-4

Box Folder

G1446 Mexico. Town or village scene undated 

GP 16 5

G1447 La Paz, Mexico - Baja, California. House next to man made lake undated 

GP 16 6

G1448 Mexico. Trip. Man and wome with sailor hats that say mexico. Women also in sailor outfits undated 

GP 16 7

G1449 Mexico. Women in sailor outfits with hats that say mexico next to a tent undated 

GP 16 8

G1450 Mexico. Caption reads "Island of Carman. Salt Deposits. Gulf of California, Mexico April 1889 

GP 16 9

G1451-G1452 Factories. Warren Featherbone Factory. Scene of Featherbone Factory. Men working inside undated 

GP 16 10-11

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