Fletcher Steele Papers

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Fletcher Steele papers
Creator: Steele, Fletcher
Call Number: D.371
Dates: 1912-1967
Physical Description: 20 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Arrangement
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Related Materials
Content List
Series I: Personal correspondence and other papers
Series II: Client files
Series III: Client hours worked, 1962-1964
Series IV: Financial papers
Collection Overview
Title: Fletcher Steele papers
Creator: Steele, Fletcher
Call Number: D.371
Dates: 1912-1967
Physical Description: 20 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
The landscape architect Fletcher Steele was born June 7, 1885 in Rochester, New York, to John Mason Steele (1851-1936) and Mary L. Steele (1853-1943). A pioneer in his field, Steele designed more than seven hundred gardens and wrote three books and over one hundred articles. Steele's practice was almost exclusively devoted to the making of private gardens, few of which survive. Many of his commissions spanned several decades and involved close relationships with his clients. Among Steele's most well-known works are: Naumkeag, Mabel Choate's Stockbridge, Massachusetts estate; Ancrum House, Angelica Gerry's New Delhi, New York house; and Charlotte Whitney Allen's town garden in Rochester, New York. Steele was also a skilled and popular lecturer; in the late 1930s he greatly influenced a new generation of landscape architects including James Rose, Dan Kiley and Garrett Eckbo. Steele's work, often undervalued during his lifetime, is now considered to be the bridge between Beaux Arts formalism and modern landscape design.

Steele's early education (and that of his sister Esther, 1883-1964) was conducted at home by his mother. At age twelve, he entered Rochester's Bradstreet School for Boys, graduating in 1903 and going on to Williams College, from which he received his degree in 1907. That autumn Steele enrolled in Harvard's new graduate program of Landscape Architecture. From 1908 until the end of 1913, Steele worked for and was mentored by noted Boston landscape architect Warren Manning, first as apprentice and then as assistant and secretary. In the spring of 1913, Manning was a sponsor of Steele's four-month tour of Europe. At the year's end, with Manning's support, Steele decided to leave his teacher and set out on his own.

By 1915, Steele had built a successful practice. He also helped found the Boston chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects and served as its secretary. In October 1917, having been turned away from enlistment in the army due to his age (32), Steele closed his business and entered the American Red Cross's Department of Public Information. Sent to Europe and Russia to take photographs, he returned to many of the places in London and Paris that had affected him on his 1913 trip. Steele's European experiences had a tremendous influence on his work and his politics: he became a regular summer visitor to Europe after the War. At the end of his Red Cross service in 1918, Steele returned to his Boston practice which reached its zenith in the 1920s and 1930s. Steele designed his last garden in 1970 and died July 16, 1971. He is buried in Rochester's Mount Hope Cemetery.

Scope and Content
The Fletcher Steele Papers includes Steele's correspondence and documentation related to individual projects, as well as estimates, bills, etc.

Arrangement
Processing notes: In both the client and business account files, correspondence and invoices etc. are sometimes clipped together, with an earlier document behind a later. This arrangement, presumably Steele's, has been preserved and sorting here is by the date of the document on top.

Subject(s):
New York (State)--Rochester
Landscape architecture
Correspondence
Steele, Fletcher
Landscape architects
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Nancy Bolger, July 19, 1985, January 31, 1995 and October 21, 2015.Access
The Fletcher Steele 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], Fletcher Steele papers, D.371, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
The main collection of Fletcher Steele papers is in the F. Franklin Moon Library, SUNY, Syracuse. The Library of Congress also holds material.

[A biography of Steele by Robin S. Karson, Fletcher Steele, landscape architect: an account of the gardenmaker's life 1885-1971, may be found in several UR Libraries under the call number SB 470 S65 K37.


Administrative Information
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Content List
Series I: Personal correspondence and other papers
Box 1, Folder 11912-1916
Joseph Husband to Fletcher Steele, October 8, 1912
"SH"? to Fletcher Steele, January 1, 1912
Fletcher Steele to Mrs. William A. Mitchell, March 30, 1915
Notation in pencil, re: Kama Sutra

Charlotte D. Morgan (Mrs. William Conger Morgan) to Fletcher Steele, April 22, 1915
"SH"? to Fletcher Steele, May 20, 1915
"SH"? to Fletcher Steele, June 21, 1915
Fletcher Steele to Charlotte D. Morgan (Mrs. William Conger Morgan), June 27, 1915
"SH"? to Fletcher Steele, July 9, 1915
"SH"? to Fletcher Steele, November 6, 1915
"SH"? to Fletcher Steele, November 23, 1915
Cary F. Dewey to Fletcher Steele, December 20, 1915
"SH"? to Fletcher Steele, undated
"Raymond H."? to Fletcher Steele, 1915
Charlotte D. Morgan (Mrs. William Conger Morgan) to Fletcher Steele, 1915
"SH"? to Fletcher Steele, March 24, 1916
"SH"? to Fletcher Steele, May 25, 1916
"SH"? to Fletcher Steele, June 4, 1916
"SH"? to Fletcher Steele, October 27, 1916
Charles Mulford Robinson to Fletcher Steele, December 27, 1916
Box 1, Folder 21917-1919
Fletcher Steele to Charles Mulford Robinson, February 26, 1917
J.C. Brady to Fletcher Steele, February 20, 1917
Fletcher Steele to J.C. Brady, January 12, 1917
Fletcher Steele to John M. Steele, August 19, 1917
Three pencil on paper architectural drawings, possibly by Andrew Hepburn

Ada Mudge for Fletcher Steele to John M. Steele, January 12, 1918
D.W. Dunn, D.W. Dunn & Co. to Fletcher Steele, January 24, 1918
Fletcher Steele to W.F. Murray, Postmaster, March 23, 1918
Dept. of Tax Commissioner, Boston to Fletcher Steele, October 24, 1918
John M. Steele to C. Desmond Wadsworth, October 30, 1918
C.D. Wadsworth to John M. Steele, November 8, 1918
John M. Steele to C. Desmond Wadsworth, November 11, 1918
Wilfred C. Potter [Preferred Accident Insurance Co.] to John M. Steele, November 15, 1918
John M. Steele to C. Desmond Wadsworth, November 26, 1918
C.D. Wadsworth to John M. Steele, November 29, 1918
John M. Steele to C. Desmond Wadsworth, December 4, 1918
C.D. Wadsworth to John M. Steele, December 18, 1918
"Copy of FS accounts kept by John M. Steele, 1917-18"
William Marshall Bullitt to Fletcher Steele, May 22, 1919
Margaret Gould Conger to Fletcher Steele, May 30, 1919
Esther Steele to Fletcher Steele, July 8, 1919
J. Sherlock Andrews to Fletcher Steele, August 15, 1919
J.H. Callan [Treasury Dept.] to Fletcher Steele, September 4, 1919
Boston Police Information pamphlet, September 10, 1919
Boston Police certificate naming FS as Special Police Officer, September 11, 1919.
Warren H. Manning to Fletcher Steele, September 22, 1919
Mary Steele to Fletcher Steele, October 18, 1919
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, December 8, 1919
Box 1, Folder 31920
Fletcher Steele to Warren H. Manning, January 9, 1920
Interview with Dr. Menders, leader Latvian Social Democrats Party, February 18, 1920
Interview with Ivan Ivanovitch Westman, February 20, 1920
Fletcher Steele to John Nolen, March 18, 1920
C. Willard Bigelow to Fletcher Steele, April 27, 1920
Fletcher Steele to Marie B. Pond, May 7, 1920
Fletcher Steele to Clarence H. Poor, May 7, 1920
Williams College fraternity pamphlet, May 24, 1920
Fletcher Steele to H.M. Lee, June 9, 1920
? [H.M. Lee] to Fletcher Steele, July 1, 1920
A. Monnier to Fletcher Steele, July 15, 1920
Fletcher Steele to A. Monnier, September 14, 1920
James Sibley Watson to Fletcher Steele, July 16, 1920
William Marshall Buillet to Fletcher Steele, July 26, 1920
J. Hoare to Fletcher Steele, August 4, 1920
A. Monnier to Fletcher Steele, October 5, 1920
Fletcher Steele to Mr. Burley, October 11, 1920
Petition, American Committee for Relief of Russian Children
Stanley B. Parker to Fletcher Steele, December 6, 1920
A. Monnier to Fletcher Steele, December 16, 1920
Fletcher Steele to A. Monnier, December 20, 1920
Fletcher Steele to A. Monnier, December 17, 1920
Box 1, Folder 41921
Catherine Porter to Fletcher Steele, March 4, no year
Income tax forms, 1921
Order slip for A. Monnier, January 25, 1921
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, January 8, 1921
Fletcher Steele to John M. Steele, January 10, 1921
Notes by Thomas Whittemore for Russian Committee, January 13, 1921
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. to Fletcher Steele, January 19, 1921
Fletcher Steele to Mary C. Wheelwright, March 9, 1921
Mary M. Wood to Fletcher Steele, March 11, 1921
List of officers, March 1921
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, April 2, 1921
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, May 2, 1921
Fletcher Steele to John M. Steele, May 11, 1921
Charles F. Gillette to Fletcher Steele, May 17, 1921
Fletcher Steele to Bremer W. Pond, May 19, 1921
Fletcher Steele to Warren H. Manning, May 23, 1921
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, July 1, 1921
Williams College Recital program, August 7, 1921
Fletcher Steele to Miss Hopkins, August 30, 1921
Mary Wheelwright to Fletcher Steele, September 11, 1921
Receipt for tax payment, September 14, 1921
Car registration receipt, October 10, 1921
Elizabeth Frost to Fletcher Steele, November 1921
Catherine Porter to Fletcher Steele, December 26, 1921
Fletcher Steele to Catherine Porter, January 14, 1921
Box 1, Folder 51922
Grahame Wood to Fletcher Steele, January 14, 1922
Patterson, Wylde & Windeler to Fletcher Steele, January 16, 1922
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, April 25, 1922
? to Fletcher Steele, April 28, 1922
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, February 16, 1922
Esther Steele to Fletcher Steele, May 14, 1922
Mary Steele to Fletcher Steele, May 22, 1922
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, May 22, 1922
Constitutional Liberty League of Massachusetts pamphlet
Mary Steele to Fletcher Steele, June 7, 1922
Fletcher Steele to Katharine Loring, June 7, 1922
Fletcher Steele to The Bulletin, July 17, 1922
Fletcher Steele to The Charleston News & Courier, August 31, 1922
Fletcher Steele to Charles I. Reid, October 13, 1922
Charles I. Reid to Fletcher Steele, October 11, 1922
Charles I. Reid to Fletcher Steele, October 14, 1922
Box 1, Folder 6January-June 1923
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, January 11, 1923
Effie Tilden to Fletcher Steele, January 19, 1923
L'Europe Nouvelle tearsheet, February 24, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Lady Edgerton, March 6, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Katharine P. Loring, March 6, 1923
Elizabeth Frost to Fletcher Steele, March 12, 1923
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, March 13, 1923
William Jackson to Katharine P. Loring, March 14, 1923
Sibley C. Smith to Fletcher Steele, April 9, 1923
Effie Tilden to Fletcher Steele, April 16, 1923
A. Shearman to Fletcher Steele, April 27, 1923
Effie Tilden to Fletcher Steele, May 10, 1923
George C. Roeding to Fletcher Steele, May 22, 1923
Quotations
Ezra Root to Fletcher Steele, May 27, 1923
Williams College fraternity pamphlet, June 1, 1923
Astrological chart
Notification of membership to the Grolier Club, June 12, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Mr. Rachmann, June 13, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Mrs. Henry Hunnewell, June 13, 1923
Grolier Club dues notice, June 1923
Fletcher Steele to Alexander Lincoln, Constitutional Liberty League, June 22, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Henry Hunnewell, June 22, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Mary Steele, June 23, 1923
Esther Steele to Fletcher Steele, June 26, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Esther Steele, June 29, 1923
Fletcher Steele to J. Earnest King, June 25, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Stuart Constable, June 28, 1923
Postcards from S.S. Munargo
2 items

Photographs, unidentified
2 items

Phrenology chart for Fletcher Steele
Box 1, Folder 7July-December 1923
Fletcher Steele to Katharine P. Loring, July 2, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Lady Edgerton, July 2, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Madeline Newell, July 2, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Alfred Q. Cole, July 2, 1923
Louisa King to Fletcher Steele, July 3, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Louisa King, July 5, 1923
Rose S. Nichols to Fletcher Steele, July 9, 1923
Louisa King to Fletcher Steele, July 9, 1923
Rose S. Nichols to Fletcher Steele, July 12, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Rose S. Nichols, July 12, 1923
Henry H. Andrew to Fletcher Steele, July 12, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Louisa King, July 14, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Mrs. J. Willis Martin, July 14, 1923
May Elizabeth Cook to Fletcher Steele, July 16, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Henry H. Andrew, July 17, 1923
Fletcher Steele to May Elizabeth Cook, July 17, 1923
Katherine J. Thayer to Fletcher Steele, July 18, 1923
Grosvenor C. Barry to Fletcher Steele, July 23, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Grosvenor C. Barry, July 24, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Appleton Gregory, July 24, 1923
Grosvenor C. Barry to Fletcher Steele, July 26, 1923
Fletcher Steele to John C. Platt, Jr., July 27, 1923
Fletcher Steele to H.A. Frampton, July 27, 1923
Fletcher Steele to W.S. Vaughan, July 30, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Katharine P. Loring, July 30, 1923
Louisa King to Fletcher Steele, July 31, 1923
Fletcher Steele to J.S. West, August 2, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Martha Silsbee, August 2, 1923
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, August 2, 1923
Marian Roby Case to Fletcher Steele, August 7, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Lady Edgerton, August 8, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Louisa King, August 8, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Appleton Gregory, August 8, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Marian Roby Case, August 8, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Martha Silsbee, August 8, 1923
Order for Hupmobile, August 9, 1923
Mary Wheelwright to Fletcher Steele, August 11, 1923
Helen Rogers to Fletcher Steele, August 17, 1923
Letter and three receipts from H. A. Frampton, August 1923
Martha Silsbee to Fletcher Steele, August 5, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Mary E. Thomas, August 29, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Helen Rogers, August 29, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Bessie A. Baker, August 31, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Perry Ryer & Co., August 31, 1923
Perry Ryer & Co. to Fletcher Steele, September 7, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Mary Steele, September 11, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Marjorie L. Osborn, September 11, 1923
Marjorie L. Osborn to Fletcher Steele, August 31, 1923
Grosvenor C. Barry to Fletcher Steele, September 12, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Edward M. McKey Post, No. 925, September 14, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Perry Ryer & Co., September 14, 1923
Perry Ryer & Co to Fletcher Steele, September 14, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Perry Ryer & Co., September 18, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Martha Silsbee, September 19, 1923
Fletcher Steele to J.L. Smith, September 18, 1923
Fletcher Steele to George B. Dabney, September 18, 1923
Martha Silsbee to Fletcher Steele, September 25, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Martha Silsbee, September 27, 1923
Joseph H. Hayner to Fletcher Steele, September 28, 1923
Walter White to Fletcher Steele, September 29, 1923
Perry Ryer & Co. to Fletcher Steele, September 20, 1923
Walter S. Vaughan to Fletcher Steele, October 1, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Walter White, October 2, 1923
Harper W. Poulson to Fletcher Steele, September 28, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Joseph Hayner, October 3, 1923
? to Fletcher Steele, October 6, 1923
Harper W. Poulson to Fletcher Steele, October 8, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Howard Stanton, October 9, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Harold I. Pratt, October 16, 1923
Sarah Pemberton Shaw to Fletcher Steele, October 12, 1923
Grosvenor C. Barry to Fletcher Steele, October 17, 1923
George C. Roeding to Fletcher Steele, October 19, 1923
Marriage announcement, Christina Mary Nicols to W. Kerr Rainsford, October 27, 1923
S. Stone, American Red Cross to Fletcher Steele, November 3, 1923
Fletcher Steele to S. Stone, American Red Cross, November 14, 1923
Fletcher Steele to New England Telephone & Telegraph, November 16, 1923
Harper W. Poulson to Fletcher Steele, November 19, 1923
Effie Tilden to Fletcher Steele, November 1923
Effie Tilden to Fletcher Steele, November 21, 1923
Harper Sibley to Fletcher Steele, November 23, 1923
Fletcher Steele to Alexander Lincoln, December 7, 1923
Alexander Lincoln to Fletcher Steele, December 8, 1923
Mary C. Wheelwright (Rescue & Education of Russian Children), December 1923
Henry Hoff, Swedish Institute of Physical Culture Massage & Electric Baths, to Fletcher Steele, December 19, 1923
Marshall Jones Co, book publisher to Fletcher Steele, December 20, 1923
"New light on a bad business" from The New Republic, December 26, 1923
Offprint

Box 1, Folder 81924
Committee for the Rescue and Education of Russian Children announcement, January 9, 1924
Mrs. Ralph Adams Cram [Elizabeth Carrington Read] to Fletcher Steele, January 11, 1924
Kate Lancaster Brewster to Fletcher Steele, January 17, 1924
Mary Brooks Whittemore to Fletcher Steele, January 15, 1924
J.C. Powell to Fletcher Steele, January 18, 1924
Mrs. Ralph Adams Cram [Elizabeth Carrington Read] to Fletcher Steele, February 1924
Announcement of talk by Thomas Whittemore, February 29, 1924
Fletcher Steele to Mary Steele, February 14, 1924
John M. Steele to Fletcher Steele, March 28, 1924
Announcement from Harries, Hall & Kruse
Mary Steele to Fletcher Steele, April 1, 1924
Mary C. Wheelwright to Fletcher Steele, April 6, 1924
Corinna Haven Smith to Fletcher Steele, April 19, 1924
Announcement of Women's Community League of Weston sale, May 28, 1924
International Conciliation pamphlet, May 1924
Frances Morgan to Fletcher Steele, February 26, 1924
Mary Steele to Fletcher Steele, June 5, 1924
F.C. Powell to Fletcher Steele, June 5, 1924
"Commencement reflections" by Edward S. Martin
Offprint

Marian Emerson to Fletcher Steele, July 1, 1924
Mrs. Ralph Adams Cram [Elizabeth Carrington Read] to Fletcher Steele, June 30, 1924
Louis B. Hart to Fletcher Steele, October 9, 1924
Louis B. Hart to Fletcher Steele, October 20, 1924
? to Fletcher Steele, October 21, 1924
Arthur Whiting to Fletcher Steele, November 10, 1924
Mary Steele to Fletcher Steele, undated
Document from Committee for the Education of Russian Youth in Exile
Prose & poetry, marked "FS personal 1924"
Box 1, Folder 9Undated
Calling card of Marie Brockway Pond, with wax seals
Effie Tilden to Fletcher Steele, June 22, no year
Elizabeth Frost to Fletcher Steele
Bundle of poetry, tied with red ribbon
"MCW" to Fletcher Steele, September 14, no year
Announcement for lectures by Fletcher Steele to be held in Boston
Notes on verso

Doctor's prescriptions
2 items

Ambrose Walker to Fletcher Steele
Katharine P. Loring to Fletcher Steele, March 30, no year
Katharine P. Loring to Fletcher Steele, March 16, no year
Leaf from Maggs Bros. catalogue
Notes on onions
Fellowship of Service pamphlet no. 2
Pamphlet on Nantucket
Newspaper clipping re: Walter Page
Transcaucasian Russian National Soviet document
Textile sample #53 [black and white wool].
Dorothy Howard to Fletcher Steele
Elizabeth Frost to Fletcher Steele
Mary Steele to Fletcher Steele
Partial

Fletcher Steele to Mary Steele, from Garrison, NY
Box 1, Folder 10Commonplace book
Contains clippings, quotations, and laundry records

Box 1, Folder 11Miscellaneous documents and correspondence
"Memorabilia and pages in waiting" tearsheet
Sculpture & antique account as shown in clients' ledger, January 1, 1932
Receipts for painting restoration, 1946
Bill from Mt. Hope Cemetery for James Sibley Watson foundations, 1946
Last will and testament of Fletcher Steele, February 22, 1952
Fletcher Steele to Emeco Corporation, June 30, 1959
Dorothy W. to Fletcher Steele, January 3, 1963
"The garden refuses to go to the dogs," by Fletcher Steele. Bulletin of the Garden Club of America, November 1943
Offprint

Box 1, Folder 12a-cVarious drafts of Esther Steele's account of her work as an aide in a hospital in Evreux, France in 1918
Series II: Client files
Each client file includes correspondence, orders, estimates, bills, plant lists, plans and notes

Box 21, Folder 1-4Charlotte Whitney Allen: Job #40, Rochester, New York, 1958-1962
Box 2, Folder 1-14Standish Backus: Job # 346, Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan; Manchester, Massachusetts, 1929-1936
Box 6, Folder 1Mrs. Raymond Bentley: Job #390, Rochester, New York, 1950, 1957-1962
Box 6, Folder 2John W. Buffington: Job #658, Milton, Massachusetts, 1950, 1956-1961
Box 6, Folder 3Mabel Choate: Job #251, Naumkeag, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, 1935, 1958
Box 6, Folder 4Mrs. Charles P. Clifford: Job #484, Milton, Massachusetts, 1961
Box 6, Folder 5Lewis S. Dabney: Job #612, Medford, Massachusetts, 1959, 1961
Box 6, Folder 6Mrs. Frances D'Amanda: Job #617, Rochester, New York, 1960
Box 6, Folder 7Louis D'Amanda: Job #666, Rochester, New York, 1961-1962
Box 3, Folder 1-12George and Mary Doubleday: Job # 344, Ridgefield, Connecticut, 1929-1936
Box 6, Folder 8George Eastman House: Job #668, Rochester, New York, 1961
Box 21, Folder 5-7John S. Ellsworth: Job #212, Simsbury, Connecticut, 1959-1962
Box 6, Folder 9Helen Ellwanger: Job #49, Rochester, New York, 1960, 1962
Box 6, Folder 10Ensign Brickford Co.: Job #667, Simsbury, Connecticut, 1961
Box 22, Folder 1-7Mrs. Allyn B. Forbes: Job #634, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1958-1962
Box 23, Folder 1-4Frank Gannett Memorial: Job #653, Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, New York, 1958-1961
Box 4, Folder 1-11;
Box 5, Folder 1-13
Angelica Gerry: Job # 222, Delhi, New York, 1924-1927
Box 23, Folder 5-8;
Box 24, Folder 1-3
Helen C. Gilbert: Job #621, Milton, Massachusetts, 1956-1962
Box 6, Folder 11L. Cushing Goodhue: Job #665, Manchester, Massachusetts, 1961
Box 6, Folder 12Richard Harte: Job #648, Brookline, Massachusetts, 1959-1960
Box 6, Folder 13Hugo Higbie: Job #636, Grosse Pointe, Michigan, 1961
Box 6, Folder 14John W. Higgins: Job #452, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1958-1960
Box 24, Folder 4-6Landmark Society: Job #423, Rochester, New York, 1940-1941; 1952; 1958-1960
Box 6, Folder 15Mrs. George Putnam: Job #605, Manchester, Massachusetts, 1958-1959
Box 6, Folder 16Gilliat Schroeder: Job #622, Media, Pennsylvania, 1960-1961
Box 6, Folder 17Mrs. Ellery Sedgwick: Job #504, Beverly, Massachusetts, 1958-1959
Box 6, Folder 18Sherman Selden: Job #643, Pittsford, New York, 1958
Box 6, Folder 19William Markem Selden: Job #407, Avon, New York, 1959-1960
Box 6, Folder 20Mrs. Allan Shelden: Job #342, Manchester, Massachusetts, 1959-1960
Box 6, Folder 21Mrs. Albert Spalding: Job #509, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, 1960
Box 6, Folder 22Harry G. Stoddard: Job #408, [?], Massachusetts, 1960
Box 6, Folder 23Robert W. Stoddard: Job #514, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1960-1961
Box 6, Folder 24Mrs. Emily Swindells: Job #453, Rockville, Connecticut, 1960
Box 6, Folder 25Mrs. Randall Thompson: Job #664, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1961
Box 6, Folder 26Mrs. Robert Tibolt: Job #663, Cohasset, Massachusetts, 1961
Box 6, Folder 27Mrs. James Sibley Watson: Job #569, Rochester, New York, 1960-1961
Series III: Client hours worked, 1962-1964
Box 7Charlotte Whitney Allen, Job #40, 1962-1963
Box 7Helen Ellwanger, Job #49, 1964
Box 7John S. Ellsworth, Job #212, 1963-1964
Box 7Raymond Bentley, Job #390, 1963
Box 7? Russell, Job #395, 1962
Box 7Mrs. Albert Spalding, Job #509, 1963-1964
Box 7? Stoddard, Job #514, 1964
Box 7Mrs. James Sibley Watson, Job #569, 1964
Box 7Mrs. John M. Elliot, Job #578, 1964
Box 7Helen C. Gilbert, Job #621, 1963-1964
Box 7Mrs. Allyn B. Forbes, Job #634, 1963-1964
Box 7Hugo S. Higbie, Job #636, 1964
Box 7Ensign Bickford Company, Job #667, 1963-1964
Box 7Colonial Dames of Connecticut, Job #670, 1963-1964
Box 7Richard N. Turner, Job #674, 1963-1964
Box 7James R. Reynolds, Job #675, 1963-1964
Box 7Mrs. Frances Weld, Job #676, 1964
Series IV: Financial papers
Box 8General ledger, 1949-1951; 1953-1956
Box 9;
Box 10
Cash books, 1950-1954; 1955-1956; 1962-1964; 1957-1959
Box 11, Folder 1-25Employer, state and federal income tax worksheets and forms, 1940-1964
Box 12, Folder 1-2Check stub book, personal account, April 1958-July 1962; July 1962-January 1963
Box 12, Folder 3Check stub book, business account, December 1961-March 1963
Box 13;
Box 14;
Box 15;
Box 16;
Box 17;
Box 18;
Box 19;
Box 20
Paid bills, 1957-1967
Bills/checks are filed alphabetically by company and chronologically within that arrangement. Where bills were found stapled/clipped together, they were left in that order



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