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Flack-Osgood family

The file contains primary source information on the Flack-Osgood family. It consists of a sepia-toned photograph of Mary Flack Osgood, her husband, and their four children. An inscription on the verso reads: "Mary Flack Osgood / (youngest sister of / John Flack - Asbestos) / Osgood family lived / in Laconia, N.H. / In picture - husband / sch. inspector, twins, / son - Raymond / youngest daughter: Ruth / reporter on local paper."

Movies taken by Clifford Snowdon

Item is a film reel showing scenes from family celebrations and the Snowdon and Mikasen families' daily activities in Montreal, Chicago, and at Sally's Pond near Knowlton.

Snowdon, James Clifford (1895-1983)

Audiovisual Materials

The series contains audiovisual materials relating to the Snowdon family's celebrations and daily lives. It consists of one film reel showing scenes from family celebrations and the Snowdon and Mikasen families' daily activities in Montreal, Chicago, and at Sally's Pond near Knowlton.

Snowdon, James Clifford (1895-1983)

Melvin C. Derick

The sub-series contains primary source information on the personal and professional life of Melvin C. Derick from Campbello and Brockton, Massachusetts from 1890 to 1907. It consists of correspondence from Melvin to his brother, Morris C. Derick, as well as two business cards.

Derick, Melvin Church (1852-1907)

Mabel E. Derick

The sub-series contains primary source information on the education, professional, and personal life of Mabel E. Derick in Brookline, Massachusetts from 1907 to 1912. It consists of letters written by Mabel to her father, Morris C. Derick with details on her studies, work prospects, personal life, and various family details. It also contains a letter written in shorthand.

Derick, Mabel Evelyn (1886-1923)

Jacob Derick

The sub-series contains primary source information on the life of Jacob Derick in Brunswick, New York in 1818. It consists of a letter written by Jacob Derick to Conradt Derick in Christie's Manor, containing information on his family and personal life.

Derick, Jabob (1784-1875)

Ernest E. Derick

The sub-series contains primary source information on the personal and professional life of Ernest E. Derick in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota and South Haven, Michigan from 1890 to 1909. It consists of correspondence from Ernest to his brother, Morris C. Derick largely discussing family life, health, finances, and work.

Derick, Ernest Elisha (b. 1867)