Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co. Collection (Coll. 60)


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Overview of the Records

History of the Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Indexes

Detailed Description of the Records

Overview of the Records

Repository: G. W. Blunt White Library, Mystic Seaport
Creator: Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co
Title: Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co. Collection
Dates: 1827-1965 (bulk 1850-1900)
Extent: ca. 1868 items
Abstract: Included are portage bills, insurance policies, bills, accounts, and correspondence relative to the Ships ARGO, CALEB GRIMSHAW, CHARLES H. MARSHALL, CITY OF NEW YORK, EXCELSIOR, JEREMIAH THOMPSON, JOSEPH WALKER, LADY FRANKLIN, LUCY THOMPSON, ORIENT, SARDINIA, STAR OF THE WEST, and TWILIGHT. There is also a large collection of general business accounts, bills, receipts, letters, and documents, as well as a small amount of information relative to personal property and investments by John W. and William P. Mason (the latter being one of the last officers of the company in the early 20th century. There is also 60 volumes; i.e. ledgers, letter copybooks, personal account and memorandum books, etc., which are relative to Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Company's business as conducted by the Masons. There are also two cashbooks belonging to Samuel Thompson, and four ledgers of Jeremiah Thompson. Of special significance is a letter copybook kept by Jeremiah Thompson containing a copy of a letter which details plans for the establishment of what was to become the famous Black Ball packet line between New York and Liverpool. A journal of a voyage by the Ship LUCY THOMPSON is also present.
Identification: Coll. 60

History of the Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co

Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co. was a shipping and mercantile business in New York City. Established by Samuel Thompson (1795-1855) in 1825, the business carried his name for 20 years. It was then changed to Samuel Thompson & Nephew, which later became Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co. in 1870. A partner in the company was John W. Mason (1820-1903) who also established a wire rope and cordage business in association with Samuel Thompson & Nephew in 1866. The firm functioned as agents for numerous vessels and was involved in the immigrant trade in 1840's and 1850's. It also managed affairs for the Black Star line of Liverpool packets. Samuel Thompson was also related to Jeremiah Thompson (1782-1855) who was instrumental in the creation of the famous Black Ball line in 1817.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Available for use in the Manuscripts Division.

Restrictions on Use

Various copying restriction apply. Guidelines are available from the Manuscripts Division. See also: Mystic Seaport's copyright notice.

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog of the G. W. Blunt White Library. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.

Persons:

Mason, John W., 1820-1903
Mason, William P.
Thompson, Jeremiah, 1782-1855
Thompson, Samuel, 1795-1855

Corporate Bodies (Including Vessels):

Argo (Ship)
Black Ball Line (Firm)
Black Starliner, Inc.
Caleb Grimshaw (Ship)
Charles H. Marshall (Ship)
City of New York (Ship)
Excelsior (Ship)
Joseph Walker (Ship)
Lady Franklin (Ship)
Lucy Thompson (Ship)
Orient (Ship)
Sardinia (Ship)
Star of the West (Ship)
Twilight I (Ship)

Subjects:

Cordage
International trade
Packets--England--Liverpool
Packets--New York (State)--New York
Rope trade
Shipping--New York (State)--New York
Voyages and travels
Wire-rope industry

Document Types:

Cashbooks
Insurance policies
Journals (accounts)
Ledgers

Occupations:

Businessmen--New York (State)--New York
Merchants--New York (State)--New York
Shipowners--New York (State)--New York

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Coll. 60, Manuscripts Collection, G. W. Blunt White Library, Mystic Seaport Museum, Inc.

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Indexes

Index to Personal Names

NOTE: The fraction(s) indicate the Box and Folder numbers where that particular reference can be found. For example, the researcher will find information about George D. Allen in Box 2, Folder 3 of the collection.
Allen, George D. (Capt.) 2/3, 2/4, 2/5
Barck, Dorothy C. 5/8
Beaton, Polly Weaver 5/8
Beecher, Henry Ward 3/6
Bell, William A. 3/9
Blake, Charle A. (Capt.) 1/6
Blake, Charles H. (Capt.) 1/8
Blake, Charles Henry 5/8
Blake, Edwin M. 5/8
Blake, John 5/8
Blake, William 5/8
Bornmann, Henrietta F. 5/8
Bowne, P.L. (Capt.) 2/7
Brigham, Clarence S. 5/8
Brown, ? (son of Ferguson) 5/8
Brown, A.C. 1/7
Caird, James (Sir) 5/8
Caird, James K. 3/9, 3/11
Callender, Geofrey 5/8
Carpenter, William P. 3/8
Carr, Frank G. 5/8
Cheyne, W.A. (Dr.) 2/7
Clark, J. Arthur 3/11
Colton, Ann Mason 5/8
Colton, Wendell P. (Mrs.) 5/8
Conless, John P. 3/8
Connely, ? 4/5
Cook, Albert (Capt.) 2/6
Coote, Walter 3/8
Crocker, ? (Capt.) 2/2, 2/6
Crocker, C.K. (Capt.) 1/5
Crowell, Nathan 3/3
Cruikshank, David 4/5
Cunningham, James 4/5
Cutler, Carl C. 5/8
Cutting, Henry (First mate) 1/1
Cutting, R.C. 1/1
Davenport, Ira 4/8
Day, Joseph 1/5
Elliman, Douglas 5/8
Farwell, Samuel 3/4
French, Francis M. (Capt.) 2/3
Gallien, Henry 4/8
Gates, ? (Capt.) 2/8
Grant, George 5/8
Grant, Gordon 5/8
Green, Frederick 2/3, 4/5
Grimshaw, George 3/8
Grimshaw, Isabella 3/3, 3/8
Grindley, Mary P. 3/8, 3/9
Guild, Ann 5/8
Hadley, ? 1/8
Halsted, Catherine T. 1/5, 1/6
Halsted, J.F. 3/5
Hammond, William 1/4
Hardy, Horace C. 4/8
Hayes, Rutheford B. 3/8
Hazard, Willima (First mate) 1/4
Hicks, Jacob M. 3/10
Hicks, John M. 3/10
Holly, Hobart H. 5/8
Horlor, H.P. 4/8
Hoxie, John (First mate) 1/2
Hoxie, William E. (Capt.) 1/2, 1/9
Hunter, Lois R. 5/8
Huston, E.D. (Capt.) 2/6
Hutchison, Joseph 3/9
Hutchison, Susan B. 3/9, 3/10
Jordan, J. (Capt.) 2/6
Kennedy, James 1/7, 1/8
Kingsland, Ambrose C. 1/4
Macoduck, ? (Capt.) 1/1
Mason, Elizabeth 5/8
Mason, Elizabeth S. 3/11
Mason, H. Maria 3/9
Mason, James W. 2/5
Mason, John W. 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 3/1, 3/3, 3/7, 5/8
Mason, John William 3/1, 3/2, 3/4, 3/5, 3/6, 3/8, 3/9, 3/10, 3/11
Mason, William P. 3/8, 3/11
Mason, William Peckham 3/10, 4/5, 4/8, 5/8
McAlmond, Charles G. (Capt.) 2/7
McDowell, C.A. 3/5
McDowell, Charles Andrew 3/10
McQueen, Murdock (First mate) 1/2
Menaige, Florence 5/8
Merritt, Harry 3/12
Morison, Robert J. 4/5
Morris, Montrose, W. 4/8
Mulligan, William 1/8
Nairn, D. (Capt.) 1/7
Oothout, Jane E. 3/7
Oothout, William 3/7
Otis, D.D. 3/4
Paine, Carola W. 5/8
Peckham, Frederick R. 3/8, 3/9
Peckham, Harry 3/11
Peckham, Henry M. 3/9, 3/12
Peckham, John S. 3/3, 3/4, 3/5, 3/6, 3/8, 3/9, 3/12
Peckham, John W. 3/9
Peckham, Mary W. 3/8
Peckham, May (Mrs. John S.) 3/5
Peckham, Merritt 3/8
Peckham, S. Townsend 3/8, 3/9
Peckham, S.T. 3/4
Peckhm, John S. 3/3
Pendelton, G. (Capt.) 2/6
Pendleton, C.B. (Capt.) 2/2
Pendleton, Charles Babbitt 5/8
Penhallow, P.W. 3/2, 3/3
Perry, ? (Capt.) 2/7
Perry, Hamilton (First mate) 1/6
Putnam, Sumner 5/8
Robinson, M.S. 5/8
Ryder, James G. (First mate) 1/2
Salter, C.H. (Capt.) 1/4
Sharp, Herietta 3/10
Sharp, John 3/10
Sharp, Mary 3/10
Shepherd, A. 5/8
Simpson, J. 3/4
Sisson, C.C. (Capt.) 1/7, 1/8
Smith, Samuel M. 2/5
Sniffen, Harold S. 5/8
Southwick, N. 3/5
Spofford, Joseph L. 2/3
Stevens, Thomas A. 5/8
Stevenson, Richard W. 3/9
Stokes, Anson Phelps 5/8
Switzer, Elizabeth Schroeder 3/6
Taber, J.R. (Capt.) 2/7
Thomas, James H. (Capt.) 1/4
Thomas, Josiah 1/4
Thompson, Francis 5/8
Thompson, Jeremiah 5/8
Thompson, Josiah 3/4, 3/8, 3/11
Thompson, Lucy 3/1, 3/2, 3/4, 3/5
Thompson, Robert 5/8
Tilney, Robert F. 4/8
Townsend, S. 3/4
Tuck, Somerville Pinkney 1/4
Tucker, William R. 3/10
Tunno, W.M. 3/3
Vail, R.W.G. 5/8
Vietor, Alexander O. 5/8
Walker, ? (Capt.) 2/1
Walker, Joseph 1/5, 1/6, 5/8
Webster, Thomas 2/3, 3/8
Wendell, Abraham 5/8
Wendell, Arthur R. 5/8
Wendell, George B. 5/8
Wendell, Jacob 5/8
Wheelock, William E. 3/11
Whitman, Stephen (Capt.) 3/2
Wilson, Arthur Henry 3/4
Wintringham, Jeremiah 2/3
Woodward, J. (Capt.) 2/7
Yeaton, Samuel (Capt.) 2/1
Young, ? (Capt.) 2/7

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Index to Corporate Names

NOTE: The fraction(s) indicate the Box and Folder numbers where that particular reference can be found. For example, the researcher will find information about A. Logie & Co. in Box 3, Folder 11 of the collection.
A. Logie & Co. 3/11
Aetna Insurance Co. 3/5
Alex Kerr & Brother 3/6
Alexander Kerr, Brother & Co. 3/10
American Seamen's Shipping Office 1/1
American Shipmaster's Assn. 2/4
Anderson, Anderson & Co. 4/5
Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co. 1/7, 1/8, 2/3, 2/4, 2/5, 3/6, 3/7, 3/8
Bank of British North America 3/11
Boston Lloyds 3/2, 3/3
C. Grimshaw & Co. 1/2, 1/8, 1/9, 2/3, 2/5, 3/3, 3/4, 3/6, 3/7
C. H. Marshall & Co. 1/3
Canadian Pacific Ocean Services, Ltd. 3/12
Columbian Insurance Co. 1/5
Commercial Bank of New York 3/6
Corn Exchange Bank 3/2
Davis & Foulke 3/4
Dean Brothers 1/7
Decosta's Shipping Office 2/1
Decosta & Nicoll 1/9
Delaware & Hudson Canal Co. 3/1
E. Grisar & Co. 4/5
Earle & Saltonstall 3/4
Erie Railway Co. 3/3
Express Steamboat Co. 3/3
F. Green & Co. 4/5
Firemen's Insurance Co. 2/5
Fulton National Bank 3/2
Grace Bros. & Co. 1/8
Great Western Insurance Co. 1/7, 1/8, 2/3
Grennan & Cranney 2/4
Grimshaw & Co. 1/7, 3/2
Hartford Fire Insurance Co. 2/5
Haven & Penhallow 3/2
Henry Nash & Co. 1/7
Howland & Frothingham 1/5, 3/4, 3/5
Insurance Co. of North America 3/7
J. Colyer & Co. 3/7
J. F. Halsted & Co. 3/4
J. S. & M. Peckham 3/9
J. S. & M. Peckhamm & Co. 3/8
Jevons Ryley & Styles 3/8
John Trippet & Brother 1/7
John Williams & Co. 1/7
Johnson & Lawson 3/5
Joseph Stilling & Co. 4/5
Lyon & Hardy 4/8
Maritime Insurance Co., Ltd. 2/4, 2/5
Mclean Bros. 4/5
Mercantile Insurance Co. 2/4, 3/4
Mercantile Mutual Insurance Co. 1/7, 1/8, 2/3, 2/5
Metropolitan Steamship Co. 3/2
N. Y. Floating Drydock Co. 3/2
Naylor, Benson & Co. 1/7
New Jersey Insurance Co. 3/7
New York & New Haven Steamers 3/3
New York Central Railroad Co. 3/2
New York Lloyds 3/5
New York Seamen's Assn. 3/2
Nicholas Ashton & Sons 3/10
Orient Mutual Insurance Co. 1/7, 2/3, 3/3
Pacific Mutual Insurance Co. 2/5, 3/4, 3/6
Peckham's Stove Works 3/3
Pentz & Co. 1/4
Pentz & Goin 2/2
Phenix Insurance Co. 1/7, 2/5, 3/6, 3/7
Poole, Pentz & Goin 1/9
Providence & New York Steamship Co. 3/3
Provident Life & Trust Co. 3/4
Rathbone Bros., Inc. 1/7
Roger Williams Insurance Co. 1/8
Salt Union, Ltd. (of Liverpool) 3/10
Spofford Tileston & Co. 3/2
Springfield Fire & Marine Ins. Co. 2/5
Sun Mutual Insurance Co. 2/3
Swiftsure Transportation Co. 3/4
Swiss Lloyds Marine Insurance Co. 2/8
T. H. McMahan & Co. 3/2
Union Mutual Insurance Co. of Philadelphia 2/3
United States Lloyds 1/7, 2/4, 2/5, 2/8, 3/3, 3/6, 3/7
W. C. Battersby & Co. 1/7
W. M. Tunno & Co. 3/2
W. R. Grace & Co. 1/8
Walker & Holden 3/5
Walters & Co. 4/5
Washington Fire & Marine Insurance Co. 1/7, 1/8
William E. Wheelock & Co. 3/9

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Index to Vessel Names

NOTE: The fraction(s) indicate the Box and Folder numbers where that particular reference can be found. For example, the researcher will find information about the vessel ALBION in Box 5, Folder 8 of the collection.
ALBION 5/8
ALEXANDER MARSHALL (Ship) 3/5
ARGO (Ship) 1/1
BRITISH QUEEN 3/5
BUENOS AYREAN (Steamship) 3/11
CALEB GRIMSHAW (Ship) 1/2
CELTIC (Steamship) 3/6
CHAMPION OF THE SEAS (Ship) 5/8
CHARLES H. MARSHALL (Ship) 1/3
CITY OF NEW YORK (Ship) 1/4, 3/2
COLUMBIA 5/8
CONWAY CASTLE (Ship) 1/8
COURIER 5/8
EDITH (Ship) 3/8
ESCORT (Ship) 3/2
EXCELSIOR (Ship) 1/5, 3/1, 3/2, 3/4, 3/5
FREEMAN DENNIS (Bark) 3/7
GENEVA (Ship) 1/8
GERMANIC (Steamship) 3/7
GLENIFFER (Schooner) 3/6
GRANADA (Steamship) 3/8
HAMILTON FISH 3/5
HARVEST QUEEN 5/8
HIBENIAN (Steamship) 3/6
HOLTINGEN (Bark) 3/7
IRIS 3/5
ISAAC WEBB 5/8
JAMES BAINES (Ship) 5/8
JAMES FOSTER (S.S.) 5/8
JEREMIAH THOMPSON (Ship) 1/6, 1/7, 1/8, 3/2, 3/8
JIREMIAH THOMPSON (Ship) 3/1
JOHN BRIGHT (Bark) 3/5
JOSEPH WALKER (Ship) 1/9
KASENGA (Steamship) 3/11
KATE BRIGHAM (Tern) 3/5
LADY FRANKLIN (Ship) 2/1, 3/1
LEVIATHAN (Ship) 3/1
LIGHTNING (Ship) 5/8
LORATO 4/5
LUCY THOMPSON (Ship) 2/2, 3/1, 3/2
MARCO POLO 5/8
MONTEZUMA 5/8
NANNY 3/5
NEVERSINK (Bark) 3/7
NEW YORK 5/8
NIAGARA (Ship) 3/6
ORIENT (Ship) 2/3, 2/4, 2/5, 3/2
SARDINIA (Ship) 3/1
SARNINIA (Ship) 2/6
SICILIAN (Steamship) 3/12
SPAIN 3/6
STAR OF THE WEST 3/3
STAR OF THE WEST (Ship) 2/7, 3/1
TWILIGHT (Ship) 2/8
VICTORIA (Steamer) 3/7
W.F. STORER (Ship) 3/2
W.H. MARCY (Ship) 3/7
YORKSHIRE 5/8

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Detailed Description of the Records

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Ship's papers; 1846-1883
Box Folder
1 1 Ship ARGO; portage bills; 1851-1852
2 Ship CALEB GRIMSHAW; portage bills, notes, crew lists, etc.; 1848-1850
3 Ship CHARLES H. MARSHALL; Insurance policies, bills, etc.; 1878
4 Ship CITY OF NEW YORK; portage bills, accounts, documents, etc.; 1864-1883
5 Ship (Elevator) EXCELSIOR; portage bills, bills of sale, accounts, etc.; 1852-1872
6 Ship JEREMIAH THOMPSON; portage bills, bills of lading, accounts, etc.; 1854-1860
7 Ship JEREMIAH THOMPSON; portage bills, bills of lading, insurance policies, accounts, etc.; 1861-1874
8 Ship JEREMIAH THOMPSON; insurance policies, bills of sale, general average statements, accounts, etc.; 1875-1878 and undated
9 Ship JOSEPH WALKER; portage bills, accounts, etc.; 1851-1853
Box Folder
2 1 Ship LADY FRANKLIN; portage bills, accounts, documents, etc.; 1850-1855
2 Ship LUCY THOMPSON; portage bills, accounts, bills, etc.; 1853-1863
3 Ship ORIENT; bills of sale, insurance policies, accounts, etc.; 1874
4 Ship ORIENT; charter party, insurance policies, accounts, etc.; 1875-1876
5 Ship ORIENT, portage bills, insurance policies, etc.; 1877-1878
6 Ship SARDINIA; portage bills, accounts, etc.; 1846-1861
7 Ship STAR OF THE WEST; portage bills, accounts, etc.; 1852-1863
8 Ship TWILIGHT; insurance policies; 1877
Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co., business papers; 1855-1924
Box Folder
3 1 General business papers; 1855-1865
2 General business papers; 1866-1869
3 General business papers; 1870
4 General business papers; 1871
5 General business papers; 1872
6 General business papers; 1873-1875
7 General business papers; 1876-1877
8 General business papers; 1878-1880
9 General business papers; 1881-1885
10 General business papers; 1886-1895
11 General business papers; 1896-1906
12 General business papers; 1907-1924
13 General business papers, blank stationery, bills of lading, confirmation of sale, etc.
Papers; ca. 1830-1900
Box Folder
4 1 Birth certificates for Elizabeth Grimshaw (1825), George Grimshaw (1827), Edward Grimshaw (1828), Charles Thompson Grimshaw (1830), and Ann Thompson Grimshaw (1831)
2 Co-partnership agreements between Samuel Thompson & John Mason, and Caleb Grimshaw Estate (2 copies); 1853 Jun 23
3 Notice of Co-partnership between John W. Mason & Co, and Samuel Thompson's Nephew, dated New York; 1866 Feb 1
4 Documents regarding war-risk insurance premiums paid by Samuel Thompson's Nephew to cover their vessels; 1864-1880
5 Letter of introduction for William P. Mason; 1880
6 Passengers track chart for a voyage from England to Australia by vessels of the Orient Steam Navigation Co. Ltd.; 1880
7 Marine Protest, Steamer ANCHORIA; 1900
8 Bills, letters, documents, etc., regarding William P. Mason's property at Saranac Lake, N.Y.; 1872-1885
9 Papers re. Saranac Lake property; 1890-1895
10 Papers re. Saranac Lake property; 1896-1900
11 Papers re. Saranac Lake property; 1900-1909
12 New York newspapers covering President Lincoln's assassination; 1865 Apr
13 Unidentified material; undated
Additional material
Box Folder
5 1 Information regarding the history of the Black Ball and Black Star Lines, and a chronology of the development of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.
2 Biographical information for Capt. Edward Abeel (1825-1918), and Capt. Charles H. Marshall (1792-1865)
3 Genealogical information relative to the Mason family
4 Paper, "The American Sailing Ship," by Theodore F. Humphrey; and a paper, "The Packet Ship Era" by H. Hobart Holly; 1921 Mar; 1850 Feb
5 William P. Mason and material relative to the Rangeley Motor Boat Club; ca. 1910-1920
6 Miscellaneous newspaper clippings relative to the collection
7 Miscellaneous material including brochures, notes, programs, etc.
8 Correspondence of Mrs. Wendell P. Colton to the history of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; ca. 1948
Volume; 1806-1935
Volume
1 Letter copybook of Jeremiah Thompson; 1817 Apr 29-1818 Jun 10
2 Ledger of Jeremiah Thompson; 1806-1815
3 Ledger of Jeremiah Thompson; 1815-1827
4 Ledger of Jeremiah Thompson, records of goods received by various vessels; 1815-1827
5 Ledger of Jeremiah Thompson; 1817-1826
6 Cashbook of Samuel Thompson; 1837 May 15-1839 Jul 3
7 Cashbook of Samuel Thompson; 1841 Mar 9-1842 Jul 30
8 Personal account book of John W. Mason; 1853-1865
9 Personal account book of John W. Mason; 1855-1868
10 Journal kept on board the ship LUCY THOMPSON of New York, N.Y., Charles G. Crocker, master, for a Trans-Atlantic trading & passenger voyage. Captain Crocker washed overboard during a hurricane and mentions shipwreck; 1863 Feb 28-1864 Feb 23
11 Personal account book of H. Maria Mason; 1865-1871
12 Personal memorandum book of John W. Mason; 1868
13 Personal memorandum book of John W. Mason; 1868-1869
14 Ledger of Canterbury Woolen Mills, Charles A. Hilbert, agent; 1870 May 14-Oct 31
15 Receipt book from Lord Brothers to Stonington Steamboat Company, freight agent; 1872 Nov 15-1873 Mar 21
16 Letter copybook of John W. Mason to Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1876 Feb 20-Apr 7
17 Personal memorandum book of John W. Mason; 1882-1886
18 Personal memorandum book of John W. Mason; 1883
19 Personal memorandum book of John W. Mason; 1884
20 Personal memorandum book of John W. Mason; 1890
21 Account book for stamps & envelopes of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1890-1897
22 Account book for postage of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1892 Jul 22-1895 Dec 31
23 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1893
24 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1895 May 5-Jul 5
25 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1894 Jul 6-Oct 4
26 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1894 Oct 5-Dec 21
27 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1894 Dec 21-1895 Mar 19
28 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1895 Mar 19-Jun 12
29 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1895 Jun 12-Sep 12
30 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1895 Sep 12-Oct 28
31 Invoice book of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1895 May 21-1912 Dec 22
32 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1896 Mar 20-May 29
33 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1896 May 29-Aug 31
34 Personal memorandum book of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1896
35 Ledger of William P. Mason, mostly for investments in railroad securities; 1896-1914
36 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1897 Mar 30-1898 Feb 16
37 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1899 Mar 21-Aug 19
38 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1899 Aug 19-Nov 24
39 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1899 Nov 24-1900 Apr 2
40 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1900 Apr 3-Jul 26
41 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1903 Jan 29-Jun 4
42 Personal memorandum book of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1904
43 Account book for stamps & envelopes of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1905-1912
44 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1909 Mar 31-1910 Aug 17
45 Account book for postage of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1910-1912
46 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1911 Oct 13-1913 Jul 19
47 Account book for postage of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1912-1913
48 Account book for stamps & envelopes of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1912-1924
49 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1913-1915
50 Invoice book of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1914-1917
51 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1915-1916
52 Account book for stamps & envelopes of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1917-1920
53 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1921-1924
54 Record of textile shipments of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1922 May 1-1925 Apr 1
55 Account book for stamps & envelopes of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1922-1927
56 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1924-1928
57 Account book for stamps & envelopes of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1927-1935
58 Memorandum book for telephone of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1928
59 Daily balance record book of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1937 Mar 6-1938 Dec 19
60 Sales book of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1937 Nov 1-1939 Sep 30
61 Address book of textile manufactures; undated
62 Sales and receipts book of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1871 Aug 7-1872 Mar 15
63 Account book with the Thames & Mersey Marine Insurance Co., Ltd; 1882 Jul-Aug
64 Account book with the Phoenix Insurance Co.; 1886 May 14-1887 Apr 19
65 Ledger records of real estate investment of William P. Mason; 1903-1915
66 Ledger of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1855-1859
67 Invoice consignment book of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1872-1875
68 Ledger of Samuel Thompson's Nephew & Co.; 1898-1915

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