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Lamb-Booth-Miller Family Papers

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Held at: Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College [Contact Us]500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081

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William Booth married Elizabeth M. Broomall in 1841. Their son, George M. Booth, was born in 1851 and married Ellen Miller, daughter of Lewis and Ann McIlvaine Miller in 1876. Their daughter, Elizabeth Martin Booth, married Robert Emerson Lamb of Baltimore in 1908 at Chester, Pennsylvania.

This large family had many close ties to Swarthmore College. At least seven members of the families served on the Board of Managers of the College, from three generations, starting in the 1860's. At least 24 members of these families were attenders or graduates of the College, starting with the first graduating class. They have been educators, bankers, lawyers, businessmen, farmers, and members of many civic and reform organizations. They were descendants of many of the earliest settlers of Delaware and Chester Counties, and of New Castle Co., Delaware, as well as the early Roberts family of Evasham and Moorestown, New Jersey, and the Lamb family who settled in Kent Co., Maryland, in the middle 1600's.

The collection contains correspondence (1821-1963), diaries and journals (1833-1905), albums, legal and financial papers, photographs, genealogical and biographical materials, and miscellaneous memorabilia of the Lamb, Booth, Miller, and related families primarily of Delaware County, Pa. Includes correspondence of Sarah B. Miller while she was travelling in Europe in 1846, William and Elizabeth M. Booth, 1833-1882, Sarah B. Flitcraft, 1856-1917, Isaac L. and Clara B. Miller, 1862-1916, George M. and Ellen M. Booth, 1864-1914, Robert E. and Elizabeth B. Lamb, James G. Lamb, 1917 - 1963, and others. Also of interest are the European travel journals of Sarah L. Miller (1846) and Isaac L. and Clara B. Miller (1901,1904,1905), and the diaries of William Booth (1833-39, 1843-44), Sarah B. Flitcraft (1863, 1864, 1866, 1868), and George M. and Ellen M. Booth (1869, 1873, 1876). There is also a good deal of genealogical and biographical material on the Lamb, Booth, and Miller families, including marriage and death certificates, as well as legal documents, photographs, clippings, and miscellaneous materials.

The collection is divided into eight series:

  1. Biographical and genealogical (arranged alphabetically by family name)
  2. Correspondence (arranged by the correspondent)
  3. Diaries (arranged chronologically
  4. Writings
  5. Albums
  6. Legal and financial papers
  7. Pictures
  8. Clippings, including our obituaries
  9. Miscellaneous

Donor: Walter Lamb, Ellen Lamb Snodgrass, and Anna

Lamb Felton, children of Elizabeth Booth Lamb, 1983.

Collection probably assembled by Clare B. Miller and her niece, Elizabeth B. Lamb. The genealogical papers in Series 1 on the Lamb Family material removed from a former Small Collection on the Lamb family, collected by James G. Lamb in preparation for a book on the family called What is Known about the Direct Line of the Lamb Family from Pearce Lamb to John Emerson Lamb, and His Descendants to the Present Year..., 1962.

Received unsorted. Processed by FHL staff, 1983. Oversized items and cased pictures removed from collection and stored separately.

The following material, originally part of the collection, has been removed and recatalogued:

Marriage certificates of John Broomall and his four wives (removed to chart case):

  1. Married 1st at Concord MM, 4 Jan. 1798, Susanna Wilson, daughter of Thomas and Ruth Wilson
  2. Married 2nd at Middletown Meeting House, under the care of Chester MM, 7 Jun. 1804, Sarah Sharpless, daughter of Joseph and Mary Sharpless
  3. Married 3rd at Concord MM, 14 Mar. 1811, Sarah Martin, daughter of George and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Martin
  4. Married 4th at Concord MM, 4 Jul. 1822, Ann Townsend, widow, daughter of Samuel and Sarah Webster of Gloucester Co., NJ

Other items:

  1. Marriage certificate of Jeremiah McIlvain and Elizabeth Spencer, Horsham MM, 1 Nov. 1792 - Removed to oversize chart case
  2. Land survey done for Joseph Talbot, 1763. Filed in oversize chart case
  3. Family coats-of-arms –†Booth
  4. Filed in oversize chart case

Box of cased photos, stored with FHL Cased Pictures, including:

  1. Booth, Ellen (Miller) (1853-1929)
  2. Booth, George M. (1851-1918)
  3. Booth, William Bartram (-), son of William Booth by his first wife
  4. Hawley, Joseph Williamson (-), son of Joel and Catherine Hawley, husband of Anna Miller (1841-), President of First National Bank of Media
  5. Levis, Ann (1787-), unmarried daughter of Isaac and Phebe (Pancoast) Levis, and sister of Mary Levis married George Miller Jr.
  6. George Miller 3rd (1797-1869), son of George and Mary (Levis) Miller
  7. Miller, Levis (1806-1891), son of George and Mary (Levis) Miller
  8. Miller, Mary Lavinia (1837-1860, daughter of Levis and Ann (Mc Ilvain) Miller
  9. Miller, Samuel (1845-1908), son of Levis and Ann Miller
  10. Walker, Sarah M. (1799-1874), daughter of Enoch and Phebe (Miller) Walker, and niece of George and Mary Miller

Publisher
Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College
Finding Aid Author
FHL staff
Finding Aid Date
1983
Sponsor
Encoding made possible by a grant by the Gladys Kriebel Delmas Foundation to the Philadelphia Consortium of Special Collections Libraries
Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

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Collection Inventory

Archival Resource Key. George M. Booth and Ellen Miller, 29 Nov. 1876.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. William Booth and Elizabeth M. Broomall, 4 Feb. 1841.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Joseph Booth and Martha Hoskins, 2 Jun. 1811.
Box 1
Physical Description

manuscript

Archival Resource Key. Typescript copy of the reminiscences.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Booth Genealogy, by Clara B. Miller, 1896.
Box 1
Physical Description

bound typescript

Archival Resource Key. Genealogical chart, tracing back from George Martin Booth and his wife, Ellen Miller.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Removed to oversize.

Physical Description

large, fan-type

Archival Resource Key. Broomall family: Memorial of John M. Broomall, 6/15/1894.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Letter from Howard Deacon, 1894, 1895.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Concerning Deacon family of NJ, and Pancoast family.

Archival Resource Key. Typed brief records of the Pancoast family, by Gilbert Cope.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Flitcraft family: Typed account of Allen Flitcraft's parents and children.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Hawley family: Brief lineage of Joseph W. Hawley.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Joseph Hawley married Anna Miller, daughter of Levis and Ann (Mc Ilvain) Miller, in 1864.

Archival Resource Key. Brief records of family.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Account of William and Martha (Smith) Hoskins' family.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Letter from Henry Graham Ashmead about the family, 1891.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Lists of children born to several generations of the Lamb family.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Birth certificates of Robert E. Lamb and Elizabeth M. Booth, his wife.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Marriage license of Robert E. Lamb and Elizabeth M. Booth, 23 Mar. 1908.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Removed to oversize chart case.

Archival Resource Key. Account of the family, as told by Michael Lamb and written down by Thomas Lamb in 1847.
Box 1
Physical Description

typed

Archival Resource Key. Account of the family written by Francis Lamb of Chestertovn, MD, n.d.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Includes one account written by Frances M. Smith

Physical Description

typed

Archival Resource Key. Guest list for 50th Anniversary party of Robert E. and Elizabeth (Booth) Lamb, 1958.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Certificate of cremation for Elizabeth B. Lamb, 1966.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Account of the life of Robert E. Lamb, 1881-1959.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Includes his 35 years as a member of the Board of Managers of Swarthmore College, and designer of the Lamb-Miller Field House built in 1935.

Archival Resource Key. Family obituaries, group sheets, and loose genealogical material.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Abstracts of Cecil MM records of the Lamb family.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

See also Series 2, Correspondence of James G. Lamb, 1917-1963.

Archival Resource Key. Levis family: Coat-of-Arms of the De Levis family.
Box 1
Physical Description

reproduction

Archival Resource Key. Lineage of Belle (Lippincott) Lamb, wife of Walter Lamb.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Relatives of Lydia Lippincott of Burlington, NJ, who died 1901.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Lydia, who died in 1901, was the daughter of Caleb and Alice (Jarrett) Lippincott.

Archival Resource Key. Mc Ilvain family: Lineage of Ann (Mc Ilvain) Miller, wife of Levis Miller.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Martin family: Line of Sarah Martin, wife of John Broomall.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Massey family: Copies of material on family, found in England.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Henry Miller and Sarah Deeble, Somerset, England, 8/27/1702.
Box 1
Physical Description

facsimile

Archival Resource Key. George Miller and Phebe Massey, Goshen MM, 3/6/1764.
Box 1
Physical Description

facsimile

Archival Resource Key. George Miller and Mary Levis, Chester MM, 4/10/1794.
Box 1
Physical Description

facsimile

Archival Resource Key. Levis Miller and Ann Mc Ilvain, Chester MM (H), 11/7/1832.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. 50th Anniversary certificate for Levis and Ann Miller, Media, PA, 7 Nov. 1882.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Removed to oversize chart case.

Archival Resource Key. Lineage of Levis Miller and his brother, John Miller.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Picture of Maple Grove, long time home of the Miller family, near Media.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Obituary of George Miller, aged 77, 12/22/1849.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Short History of the Miller Family, by Edgar T. Miller, son of Levis and Ann Miller.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Supplemental claims to join the Colonial Dames on lines of John Hoskins and William Clayton, for Clara B. Miller.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. "Ancestral records collected and compiled by my Aunt, Clara Booth Miller..." by Elizabeth Booth Lamb, 1955.
Box 1
Physical Description

typescript

Archival Resource Key. Roberts family, of New Jersey: Line of Annie Lippincott Roberts, born 1850, married George M. Lamb.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Trainer family, Line of John Newlin Trainer (1844-1923).
Box 1
Scope and Contents

John Trainer married Hannah Bartram Booth in 1870

Scope and Contents

Arranged under the name of the family member whose correspondence it was, with folders filed according to the year of birth of the correspondent. Filed chronologically within each folder.

Archival Resource Key. Martin, George (1754-1825), letters as one of the executors of the estate of John Talbot, 1821.
Box 2 Folder 1
Archival Resource Key. Miller, John (1799-1855) and Hannah (Moore) (1802-1890), 1836 and 1855.
Box 2 Folder 2
Physical Description

2 letters

Archival Resource Key. Miller, Sarah L. (1803-1890), letters.
Box 2 Folder 3
Scope and Contents

Sarah Miller was taughter of George and Mary (Levis) Miller. The letters written while she was traveling in Europe in 1846.

Physical Description

copies

Archival Resource Key. Booth, William (1812-1877) and Elizabeth (Broomall) (1816-1882), letters, 1833-1882.
Box 2 Folder 4
Archival Resource Key. Flitcraft, Allen (1825-1904) and Sarah (Booth) (1841-1917), letters, 1856-1917.
Box 2 Folder 5
Archival Resource Key. Roberts, Susan (1833-1888), letters to her sister, Elizabeth R. Haines, 1872-1885.
Box 2 Folder 6
Scope and Contents

Susan removed to Philadelphia from Moorestown, NJ, in 1868.

Archival Resource Key. Miller, Isaac L. (1845-1913) and Clara (Booth) (1843-1919), letters, 1862-1916.
Box 2 Folder 7
Archival Resource Key. Trainer, Hannah (Booth) (1845-1916), letter, 1916.
Box 2 Folder 8
Archival Resource Key. Miller, Levis and Ann, letters,, 1864.
Box 2 Folder 9
Physical Description

2 letters

Archival Resource Key. Booth, George M. (1851-1918) and Ellen (Miller) (1853-1929), letters, 186?-1914.
Box 2 Folder 10
Archival Resource Key. Miller, John B. (1871-1918), letter, 1896.
Box 2 Folder 11
Archival Resource Key. Lamb, Robert Emerson (1881-1959), letters, 1895-1933.
Box 2 Folder 12
Archival Resource Key. Lamb, Elizabeth M. (Booth) (1882-1966), letters, 1882-1939.
Box 2 Folder 13
Archival Resource Key. Lamb, James G. (1889-), letters, 1917-1963.
Box 2 Folder 14
Scope and Contents

Letters in connection with his book about the Lamb family, published in 1962.

Scope and Contents

Arranged chronologically.

Archival Resource Key. Booth, William (1812-1887), personal diaries, 1833-1839, 1843-1844.
Box 3
Archival Resource Key. Miller, Sarah L. (1803-1890), travel diaries, 1846.
Box 3
Scope and Contents

Diaries about travel to Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, France, Germany, Belgium, and England. These diaries were marked for FHL by Mary M.(Hawley) Thompson, Class of 1889 at the College, who died 11 Sept. 1940, in Media.

Physical Description

small leather notebooks, later ms. transcriptions

Archival Resource Key. Flitcraft, Sarah (Booth) (1841-1917), Journals, 1863, 1864, 1866, 1868,.
Box 3
Scope and Contents

Concerning aspects of her daily life, and mentioning the assassination of Lincoln in 1864

Archival Resource Key. Booth, George M. (1851-1918) and Ellen (Miller) (1853-1929), pocket diaries, G: 1869, 1876; E: 1873.
Box 3
Archival Resource Key. Miller, Isaac L. (1845-1913) and Clara (Booth) (1843-1919), travel diary of European trip, 1899.
Box 3
Archival Resource Key. Miller, Isaac L. and Clara B., travel diary, Jul. 20 to late Sept., 1901.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

Journal of trip to Ireland, Scotland, England, Holland, Belgium, and Germany, accompanied by their daughter, Elizabeth B. Miller and her friend, Caroline F. Comly, both graduates of Swarthmore College, who planned to continue their studies at the University in Berlin.

Archival Resource Key. Miller, Isaac L. and Clara B., travel diary, Jul. 21 to late Sept. 1904.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

Journal of trip to Italy, Switzerland, France, and England, accompanied by Clara's newly widowed sister, Sarah B. Flitcraft.

Archival Resource Key. Miller, Isaac L. and Clara B., travel diary, Aug. 5 to late Sept. 1905.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

Jouranl of trip spent visiting the areas of England and Wales where their ancestors had lived

Archival Resource Key. Poems and speeches by George M. Booth, 1861-1914.
Box 4
Archival Resource Key. Poems and speeches by other family members.
Box 4
Archival Resource Key. Thesis by Elizabeth Martin Booth, presented for the B.A. degree at Swarthmore College, on Mary Stuart, 1903.
Box 4
Archival Resource Key. Family Reminiscences, by Clara B. Miller, 1918.
Box 4
Archival Resource Key. Hicksite Friends, by Robert E. Lamb, ca. 1920.
Box 4

Archival Resource Key. Commonplace book of John Miller, father of Henry Miller, dated 1688.
Box 5
Archival Resource Key. Sarah L. Miller, 1819.
Box 5
Archival Resource Key. Ann Mc Ilvain, 1825.
Box 5
Archival Resource Key. Susan Roberts, 1848.
Box 5
Archival Resource Key. Scrapbook of Clara B. Miller, n.d.
Box 5
Archival Resource Key. Scrapbook of Clara B. Miller, n.d.
Box 6
Archival Resource Key. Commonplace book of Sarah Miller Walker (1799-1874) (, 1820-1864.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Sarah Miller Walker was the unmarried daughter of Enoch and Phebe (Miller) Walker, and niece of George and Mary (Levis) Miller. She lived at Woodburne, near Montrose, in Susquehanna Co., with her unmarried brother, George Walker, and belonged to Stroudsburg MM.

Archival Resource Key. Scrapbook of Elizabeth Martin (Broomall) Booth (1816-1882).
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Of newspaper clippings pasted over the account book of the sloop Jonas Preston, which had been owned and operated by her husband, William Booth, in partnership with John Larkin in a coal, lumber, and packet business carrying goods between Chester and Philadelphia, 1847-1850.

Archival Resource Key. Scrapbook of Sarah B. Flitcraft.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

With clippings saved by her and pasted in after her death in 1917 by her sister, Clara B. Miller.

Archival Resource Key. Scrapbook of Sarah Levis Miller (1847-1894).
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Sarah was the daughter of Levis and Ann Miller. The scrapbook is filed in oversize chart case.

Archival Resource Key. Will of Pearce Lamb, 1709.
Box 7
Physical Description

certified copy

Archival Resource Key. Will of Thomas Hulbert of Philadelphia, leaving two tracts of land in Bethel and Chichester Townships, 8 Oct. 1710.
Box 7
Archival Resource Key. Abstract of will of Griffith Owen, 15 Mar. 1717.
Box 7
Archival Resource Key. Will of Francis Lamb, 1765.
Box 7
Physical Description

certified copy

Archival Resource Key. Estate of Caleb Eyre, 16 Dec. 1806.
Box 7
Archival Resource Key. Probate of will of John Talbot,, 29 Jun. 1821.
Box 7
Archival Resource Key. Will of Mary Moore, mother of Hannah (Moore) Miller, 21 Jun. 1848.
Box 7
Archival Resource Key. Estate inventory of John Miller, 9 Apr. 1856.
Box 7
Archival Resource Key. Will of Hannah (Moore) Miller, mother of Isaac L. Miller, 1883.
Box 7
Physical Description

copy

Archival Resource Key. Will of William Booth, dated 27 Sept. 1873.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

William Booth died Nov 1st, 1877

Physical Description

copy

Archival Resource Key. Copy of verbal will of Elizabeth M. (Broomall) Booth.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

As told to her children before her death on 14 Jan. 1882.

Archival Resource Key. Description of the laying out of the course of the road from Grubb's Mill in Willistown to Chester (later called Providence Road and Route 252), May 1732.
Box 7
Physical Description

ms. copy

Archival Resource Key. Land grants to Pearce Lamb of Cecil Co., MD, 1683 and 1694.
Box 7
Physical Description

negative photostats

Archival Resource Key. Indenture of William Clayton, Jr., of Chichester, as apprentice to William Hawley of Chester, carpenter, 19 Oct. 1763.
Box 7
Archival Resource Key. Mortgage of Joseph Talbot to Jonas Preston, on property in Upper Chichester Township,, 24 Oct. 1763.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Land to be conveyed to John Talbot, son of Joseph Talbot

Archival Resource Key. Indenture, Benjamin and Jemima (Booth) Townsend of Upper Chichester to Sarah (Davis) Reynolds, widow of Henry Reynolds, and her children, 19 Mar. 1785.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Ffor two tracts of land along Naaman's Creek. Filed in oversize chart case.

Archival Resource Key. Mortgage obligation of George Pearson of Ridley Township, miller, to John Talbot of Upper Chichester, 25 Jan. 1794.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

For a grist mill and saw mill belonging to Talbot in Chichester Township. Also receipt bearing date of 22 Mar. 1798, from John Talbot to George Pearson.

Archival Resource Key. Mortgage obligation of John Broomall to John Talbot, for two tracts of land in Upper Chichester Township, 14 Apr. 1808.
Box 7
Archival Resource Key. Indenture between William and Elizabeth M. Booth of Chester and Henry N. Garrett of Philadelphia for land on Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia, 24 Dec. 1870.
Box 7
Archival Resource Key. Land survey done for Joseph Talbot and John Talbot, n.d., 1802 (respectively).
Box 7
Archival Resource Key. Two manumissions of enslaved people, 1787, 1798.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

One by Thomas Dick of Chichester, 13 Mar, 1787, and the other by Ralph Robinson on behalf of his mother-in- law, Mary Cannon, of Northwest Fork Hundred, Sussex Co., Delaware, 2 Aug. 1798. John Talbot appears to have been involved in these transactions, perhaps on behalf of Chichester Meeting.

Archival Resource Key. Agreement of sale and other papers in connection with the purchase of a lot on Nippon Street, Germantown, Philadelphia, by Robert E. Lamb, 1915-16.
Box 7
Archival Resource Key. Papers concerning the disposition of the land and building of the Henry Co., Iowa, Institute of Science, 1812, 1816, 1849.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

The Institute was founded and built by George Miller (1797-1869), who died unmarried in Trenton, Henry Co. He was a son of George and Mary (Levis) Miller, and brother of John and Levis Miller. After his death his relatives in Delaware Co., PA, deeded over the building and land to the Iowa managers of the Institute for use as a library. Later, in 1956, the Delaware Co. heirs sold the building to an American Legion post. Includes accounts and receipts, 1812, 1816, and 1849.

Archival Resource Key. Booth.
Box 8
Archival Resource Key. Lamb.
Box 8
Archival Resource Key. Miller.
Box 8
Archival Resource Key. Roberts.
Box 8
Archival Resource Key. Trainer.
Box 8
Archival Resource Key. Family coats-of-arms, Massey and Miller.
Box 8

Archival Resource Key. Memorabilia of Sarah B. Flitcraft.
Box 9
Archival Resource Key. Memorabilia of George Miller (1772-1849).
Box 9
Archival Resource Key. Memorabilia of Elizabeth M. Booth.
Box 9
Archival Resource Key. Memorabilia of Clara B. Miller and Isaac L. Miller.
Box 9
Scope and Contents

Includes a small New Testament he carried during the Civil War.

Archival Resource Key. Memorabilia of Ellen (Miller) Booth.
Box 9
Archival Resource Key. Memorabilia of Elizabeth (Booth) Lamb.
Box 9
Archival Resource Key. Wallet of Levis Miller, Sr., and its contents.
Box 9
Archival Resource Key. Papers concerning Levis Miller Jr.
Box 9
Scope and Contents

Levis Miller, Jr., was captured and died in a Confederate prison camp during the Civil War, 1864.

Archival Resource Key. Petition to Thomas Mifflin, Governor of Pennsylvania, signed by Isaac Levis, Oct. 1792.
Box 9
Physical Description

ms. copy

Archival Resource Key. Memorial service of Sarah Miller Walker (1799-1874), [1894].
Box 9
Archival Resource Key. List of books kept by FHL and cataloged separately, Mar. 1984.
Box 10
Scope and Contents

With photocopies of all title pages. Books mostly belonged to George and Phebe (Massey) Miller.

Archival Resource Key. Title pages (photocopies) of books returned to the donors, or put on FHL duplicate shelves.
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. List of books in the library of Elizabeth (Booth) Lamb.
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. Large newspaper sheet with patriotic songs (words) printed on both sides, 1868.
Box 10
Scope and Contents

Filed in oversize chart case.

Archival Resource Key. "The Bank of the United States," by Deborah Logan, 1827.
Box 10
Physical Description

typed copy

Archival Resource Key. Miller, John (1799-1855).
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. Miller, Levis (1806-1891).
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. Booth, William (1812-1877).
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. Booth Caleb H. (1815-1898), and family.
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. Miller, Clara B. (1843-1919).
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. Booth, George M. (1851-1918).
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. Harvey, George B. (1875-1951).
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. Lamb, Robert E. (1881-1959).
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. Booth, Newlin T. (1886-1951) and family.
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. Sharpless family reunion, n.d.
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. 150th anniversary of the Battle of Germantown.
Box 10
Archival Resource Key. General clippings.
Box 10

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