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Shipping -- Philippines -- Manila

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

David Pingree Papers, 1803-1939

Identifier: MSS 901

This collection includes the papers of David Pingree, papers of his family members, and records of his business associates.

Dates: 1803-1939, undated

Emery Johnson Papers, 1817-1843, undated

Identifier: MSS 668

The papers of this Salem, Massachusetts, ship captain consists of ships' papers and business correspondence.

Dates: 1817-1843, undated

Nathaniel Kinsman (1798-1847) Papers, 1784-1882

Identifier: MSS 43

The Nathaniel Kinsman Papers contain the business and personal papers of Nathaniel and Rebecca (Chase) Kinsman. In addition, there are legal and business papers, correspondence, and receipts for Nathaniel's children, parents, brother, and in-laws: Chase, Buffington, and Nichols.

Dates: 1784-1882

Richard D. Tucker Papers, 1824-1897, undated

Identifier: MH 223

This collection contains the business records of Richard Dalton Tucker, including correspondence, financial records, diary extracts, and circulars related to his role as partner in the firm Peele, Hubbell and Company. It also contains correspondence related to Tucker's personal life.

Dates: 1824-1897, undated

Thomas Perkins (Ship) Records, 1838-1849, 1857, 1868-1869, undated

Identifier: MSS 1882
Abstract The Thomas Perkins (Ship) Papers contain records related to the operation and sale of the Thomas Perkins, a ship active in trade between the Americas, Europe, and Asia through the mid-19th century. The papers contain material received by William Graves Jr., the master of the Thomas Perkins, during the ship’s first five voyages from 1837 to 1847 and primarily relate to his role as master of the...
Dates: 1838-1849, 1857, 1868-1869 undated

William Graves, Jr. Family Papers, 1811-1903

Identifier: MSS 676

The William Graves, Jr., Family papers document the business activities of this Newburyport, Massachusetts, ship owner and captain and his family.

Dates: 1811-1903