Huntington Hooker Papers

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Huntington-Hooker Family Papers
Creator: Huntington family
Call Number: A.H94
Dates: 1803-1936
Physical Description: 16 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Scope and Content
Arrangement
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Related Materials
Content List
Box 1
Box 2
Box 3
Box 4
Box 5
Box 6
Box 6(a)
Box 7
Box 8
Box 8 (a)
Box 9
Box 10
Box 11
Box 12
Box 13
Collection Overview
Title: Huntington-Hooker Family Papers
Creator: Huntington family
Call Number: A.H94
Dates: 1803-1936
Physical Description: 16 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Scope and Content
Letters to and from the Huntington-Hooker family members and friends, chiefly personal in nature. Included are letters written by Albert Huntington and Horace Hooker during the Civil War, and their Civil War papers and documents; letters from Harriet Beecher Stowe and information on the Stowe Memorial Window which was installed in the church at Mandarin, Florida through the efforts of Susan Huntington Hooker; letters from Blanchette Hooker (Mrs. John D. Rockefeller III), Adelaide Hooker (Mrs, John P. Marquand), Elon Huntington Hooker and Frank Huntington. Also in the collection are diaries, survey maps, deeds, indentures, wills, mortgages, family financial papers; newspaper clippings about Rochester history and the Huntington-Hooker families, general clippings and articles from newspapers and magazines; articles and speeches by family members, cards, invitations; University of Rochester, Vassar and Cornell programs and bulletins; family scrapbooks, and miscellaneous memorabilia.

Arrangement
The letters in the collection are arranged in folders by either the writer or recipient, and an index to persons connected with the letters is in the first box. Other items are arranged by subject

Subject(s):
New York (State)--Rochester
American Civil War (1861-1865)
Correspondence
Diaries
Maps
Financial records
Huntington family
Hooker family
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Placed on deposit in the University of Rochester Library by Mrs. Edward M.Trimble, May 31, 1949 and June 9,1955. Nineteen boxes were the gift of Edward Trimble, October 1978. Items found in Box 10, folder 138a are gifts of Saralinda Hooker received September 17, 2009.Access
The Huntington-Hooker Family Papers is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
Reproductions are made upon request but can be subject to restrictions. Permission to publish materials from the collection must currently be requested. Please note that some materials may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information contact rarebks@library.rochester.eduCitation
[Item title, item date], Huntington-Hooker Family Papers, A.H94, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
See also: Hooker Family Papers .

Related material on the Ferry Family can be found at the Bentley Historical Library: https://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhlead/umich-bhl-90118?view=text


Administrative Information
Author: Finding aid prepared by Rare Books and Special Collections staff
Publisher: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
Address:
Rush Rhees Library
Second Floor, Room 225
Rochester, NY 14627-0055
rarebks@library.rochester.edu
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Content List
Box 1
1. Amos Huntington - Letters to his children in Rochester, 1836-1846
2. Pamelia Huntington -Letters and Clippings, 1837-1844
3. Harlow Huntington - Letters to his brother Elon, 1840-1861
4. Calvin Huntington - Letters and Clippings, 1840-1883
5. Nathan H. Bottum - Letters to Elon Huntington, 1836-1850
6. Martin Huntington - Letters to Elon Huntington, 1836-1850
7. Martin and Elon Galusha - Business papers
8. Almira and Sarah Galusha - Letters and Clippings, 1860-1924
9. Jane Armstrong, her children, and sisters - Letters and Clippings, 1847-1886
10. P. Charles Cole - Letters to Annjenette Cole and Alcesta Galusha, 1829-1835
11. P. Charles Cole - Letters to Alcesta and Susan Huntington, 1854-1875
12. P. Charles Cole - Miscellaneous Letters and Clippings, 1835-1883
13. Elon Huntington - Letters to his wife, 1834-1864
15. Elon Huntington - Letters to his brothers and children, 1835-1896
16. Elon Huntington - Notes, Accounts, etc.
17. Elon Huntington - Tax Receipts
Box 2
17. Elon Huntington - Agreements, bonds, leases, etc.
18. Elon Huntington - Deeds, mortgages, etc.
19. Elon Huntington - Business letters, 1836-1857
20. Elon Huntington - Letters to him from relatives (see contents in folder) 1830-1887
21. Elon Huntington - Letters to him from friends, 1834-1896
22. Annjenette Cole and Alcesta Galusha - Letters to P. Charles Cole, 1833-1836
23. Annjenette Huntington - Letters to her husband, 1834-1881
24. Elon and Annjenette Huntington - Letters to their daughter Alcesta, 1848-1856
25. Annjenette Huntington - Letters to her daughter Alcesta, 1836-1881
26. Annjenette Huntington - Letters to her daughter Susan Hooker, undated
Box 3
27. Annjenette Huntington - Miscellaneous Letters, 1833-1881, and undated
28. Annjenette Huntington - Letters to her from school friends, 1833-1839 (Plora, Amelia Mix, Alcesta Galusha)
29. Annjenette Huntington - Letters to her from relatives (see contents in folder), 1833-1893
30. Annjenette Huntington - Letters to her from friends (see contents in folder), 1831-1880
31. Elon and Annjenette Huntington - Clippings
32. Albert Huntington - Letters to his sister Alcesta, 1854-1856
33. Albert Buntinoton - Letters to his sister Susan, 1857-1858
34. Albert Huntington - Letters home during the Civil War, 1862-1865
35. Albert Huntington - Papers from Army chest
36. Albert Huntington - Letters to his father and family from Mandarin, FL, 1862-1887
37. Albert Huntington - Letters to his father from Jacksonville, FL, 1888-1898
38. Albert Huntington - Letters to his family from New York and New Jersey, 1899-1903
39. Mary Huntington - Letters
40. Albert Huntington's children and friends - Letters from them and clippings of the family, 1857-1926
41. Frank Huntington - Letters to his parents from Germany, 1869-1872
42. Frank Huntington - Miscellaneous Letters and Clippings (see also N in Box 13) 1882-1927
43. Alcesta Huntington - Letters to her parents 1849-1869
44. Alcesta Huntington - Letters to Susan Hooker, 1849-1919
45. Alcesta Huntington - Letters to her parents from abroad, 1872
Box 4
46. Alcesta Huntington - Miscellaneous letters, diaries, writings, drawinsps
47. Alcesta Huntington - Clippings, valentines and other treasures
48. Alcesta Huntington - Letters to her from Friends, 1856-1904 (see contents in folder)
49. E. T. Stowe - Letters to Alcesta Huntington (2 from Harriet Beecher Stowe), 1869-1889
50. Kate Taylor - Letters, 1868-1926
51. James Taylor and his children - Letters and clippings
52. Carrie Jessup - Letters, 1865-1927
53. John Jessup and his children - Letters and clippings
54. Susan Huntington - Letters to her parents from school, 1857-1859
55. Susan Hooker - Letters to her mother, 1860-1883
56. Susan Hooker - Letters to her father, 1881-1899
57. Susan Hooker - Letters to Alcesta Huntington, 1854-1918
Box 5
58. Susan Hooker - Letters to her husband, 1862-1912
59. Susan Hooker - Letters to her husband during the Civil War, 1862-1864 (see folder above)
60. Susan Hooker - Letters to her daughter Margaret, 1886-1919
61. Susan Hooker - Letters to her daughter Margaret, undated
62. Susan Hooker - Letters to her son Albert, 1883-1889
63. Susan Hooker - Letters to her son Harry at Andover, 1888-1889
64. Susan Hooker - Miscellaneous letters to her children, 1891-1926
65. Susan Hooker - Miscellaneous letters
66. Susan Hooker - Notes on Civil War
67. Susan Hooker - "The Rise and Fall of Carthage"
68. Susan Hooker - The Stowe Memorial Window
69. Susan Hooker - Seneca Park Entrance (including clippings on site for armory, library, railroad)
70. Susan Hooker - George Junior Republic
71. Susan Hooker - Smoke nuisance
72. Susan Hooker - Women's Educational and Industrial Union - School Committee Reports
Box 6
73. Susan Hooker - Women's Educational and Industrial Union - School grounds project
74. Susan Hooker - Women's Educational and Industrial Union - Flower shows
75. Susan Hooker - Women's Educational and Industrial Union - Miscellaneous
76. Susan Hooker - Miscellaneous speeches and writings
77. Susan Hooker - Letters from relatives
78. Susan Hooker - Letters from friends
79. Susan Hooker - Notes on death
80. Horace B. Hooker - Letters to his wife, 1861-1909
81. Horace B. Hooker - Letters to his wife during the Civil War, 1862-1864 (see Q in in Box 13)
Box 6(a)
82. Horace B. Hooker - Letters to his wife during the Civil War (typewritten copies)
83. Horace B. Hooker - Civil War papers (see also K in Box 13)
84. Horace B. Hooker - Miscellaneous Letters, 1863-1891
85. Horace B. Hooker - Letters from relatives and friends, 1855-1881
86. Horace B. Hooker - Notes on death (see folder 125)
87. Horace B. and Susan Hooker - Business and cards
Box 7
88. Mary and Eliza Hooker - Letters, 1830-1872
89. Fanny Hooker - Letters, 1860-1905
90. Julia Bissell and her children - Letters and clippings
91. Albert Hooker and his children - Letters, 1889-1926
92. Babe Hooker - Letters, 1911-1928
93. Albert Hooker's family - Clippings
94. Elon Hooker - Letters to his parents from abroad, 1895
95. Elon Hooker and his children - Miscellaneous letters, 1884-1936
96. Blanche Hooker - Letters, 1909-1923
97. Elon Hooker's family - Clippings (including an address by Elon Hooker)
98. Harry and May Hooker - Letters, 1886-1922 (including a pamphlet by Harry Hooker)
Box 8
99. Willard and Ruth Hooker and their children - Letters and clipping, 1889-1931
100. Ruth Hooker - Letters
101. Paul and Grace Hooker - Letters, 1898-1923
102. Margaret Hooker - Letters from Dighton, Orange, etc., ca1886
103. Margaret Hooker - Letters from Vassar College, 1888-1890
104. Margaret Hooker - Letters from 17 E. 46th and 142 W. 44th Streets, NYC, 1891-1895
105. Margaret Hooker - Letters from Boston, Worcester, 26 W. 47th St., NYC, 1895-1897
106. Margaret Hooker - Letters from Longwood, Chicago, Albany, 74 Halsey St., n.d.
107. Margaret Hooker - Letters, 1899-1906 (including Blanche's illness)
Box 8 (a)
108. Margaret Hooker - Letters from abroad, 1906-1907
109. Margaret Hooker - Letters, 1908-1919
110. Margaret Hooker - Letters to her mother, no date or place
111. Margaret Hooker - Miscellaneous letters, no date or place
112. Margaret Hooker - Drawings and prints (see also H and J, Box 13)
113. Margaret Hooker - Clippings, notes on weaving, letters from friends
114. Jeanette Trimble - Letters, 1909-1920
115. Jeanette Trimble - Letters, 1921-1928
Box 9
116. Jeanette Trimble - Letters, n.d.
117. Maurice Trimble and his children - Letters, 1914-1926 (not received)
118. Maurice Trimble's family - Clippings (not received)
119. Miscellaneous Letters
120. Miscellaneous business (deeds, wills, indentures, mortgages, bill and receipts), 1803-1882 (see also N, Box 13)
121. Huntington Genealogical Material
122. Hooker Genealogical Material (see also L, Box 13)
123. Hooker news
124. French Spoliation Claims
125. Hooker Family Clippings (see also G, Box 13)
126. Clippings of relatives
127. Clippings of friends
128. Huntington property on St. Paul Street, Rochester (deeds, titles, and surveyors maps)
129. Hooker property on St. Paul Street, Rochester
Box 10
138a. Copies of photographs and newspaper articles
130. Louisiana property (survey maps)
131. Mandarin house (not received)
132. Papers on natural science (thesis or term paper, not signed)
133. School notes on statistics
134. Notes and Clippings on gardens (see also I and O, Box 13)
135. Photographs of graves, houses, people (includes photographs of tombstones of Huntington ancestors)
136. Art (copies of sketches, engravings, and clippings about early silhouettes)
137. Family poems, drawings, jokes, etc. (see also M and N, Box 13)
138. General poems, jokes, stories, etc. (clippings from newspapers)
Box 11
139. Entertainment programs, etc. (membership cards, reviews of theatrics, miscellaneous clippings and announcements)
140. Vassar College, University of Rochester and Cornell (commencement programs, bulletins, etc.)
141. Clippings of general interest
142. Periodicals and political pamphlets
Box 12
144. Rochester History - Clippings
145. Rochester History - Pictures (including flood of 1865)
146. Duplicate clippings and articles to be found in other folders
Box 13
A. Susan Hooker - Diary, 1913 (?)
B. Susan Hooker - Diary, 1912-1920
C. Susan Hooker - Diary, 1921-1924
D. Susan Hooker Diary, April 1924 - April 1925 (trip to Europe)
E. Susan Hooker - Diary, 1925 (?)
F. Susan Hooker - "A Flight Through Italy"
G. Family Clippings (see also folders 125-127)
H. Margaret Hooker - Sketches (see also folder 112)
I. Margaret Hooker - Garden notes (see also folder 134)
J. Margaret Hooker - Cookery notes
K. Horace B. Hooker - Civil War bullets
L. Margaret Hooker - Hooker geneology business
M. Margaret Hooker - General poems, jokes, stories (see also folder 138)
N. Frank Huntington - General poems, jokes, stories (see also folder 138)
O. Annjenette Huntington - Herbarium
P. Index Rerum
Q. Notebook with typed copies of Horace Hooker's letters to his wife during the Civil War (see also folder 81)
R. Scrapbook by Susan Hooker of trip to Gloucester, VA titled "The Land of Pure Delight"


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