MANUSCRIPTS CONCERNING OTSEGO PURCHASE been found. Excellent facilities are available for showing pictures on the screen (or directly on the wall), which has proved very satisfactory. The dedication ceremonies and opening reception on December 10th, 1930, was a notable event for Frankford. More than three hundred people assembled to admire the beautifully decorated, and well designed structure, and to inspect the many historic treasures; and relics. All were enthusiastic in their praise for the generosity of the donor, whose family has been for so many years identified with the cultural and educational life, and the industrial development of the community. MANUSCRIPTS CONCERNING THE OTSEGO PURCHASE OF 1769â By Amelia M. Gummere There has recently been given to the manuscript collections of Haverford College, a notable set of papers relating to the purchase of lands in Otsego County, New York. The gift was made by Miss Caroline Allinson, of Yardville, New Jersey, whose greatgrandfather, Samuel Allinson, Attorney and Surveyor-General of West Jersey, drew up these papers and deeds. They have remained in the family since his death in 1791, and by the foresight and generosity of Miss Allinson are now placed where they will be permanently available for the
Bulletin of Friends' Historical Association – Friends Historical Association
Published: Apr 4, 1931
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