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Pierce family, Osborne J.
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1858-60

File consists of two letters of recommendation for Osborne J. Pierce, a collection of poetry and prose gathered by Osborne J. Pierce, titled "The Sea Waif, Vol. 1, No. 2," Twitchell family history notes, and a drawing of a woman with "My Mother, Sophonia Barker Twitchell" inscribed on the verso by Caroline Little Pierce.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1883

File contains an architectural drawing and an essay by Osborne J. Pierce. The essay is titled "Statistics Relating to Population."

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Osborne J. Pierce American Civil War records

Series consists of a diary (1862-1863), two certificates of appointment, a photograph and autobiographical writings relating to Osborne J. Pierce's experiences as a member of Company G of the 24th Regiment of the Maine Militia, the 24th Regiment of Maine Volunteers, and the 7th Maine Battery during the American Civil War.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1862-65 Civil War

File consists of Osborne J. Pierce's certificates of appointment to Corporal in Company G of the 24th Regiment of Maine Militia, September 10, 1862, and to Sergeant Major of the 24th Regiment of Maine Volunteers, April 13, 1863, as well as an outline of his Civil War Service, an autobiographical prose piece titled "Twenty Five Years Ago! By a Veteran Soldier," and a poem titled "A Soldiers Return," all authored by Pierce.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Osborne J. Pierce architectural drawings and plans

Series consists of original Osborne J. Pierce architectural drawings and plans of houses and other types of buildings and monuments, with related notes, and a published photograph of a residence designed by Osborne J. Pierce. Included also is an unrelated essay by Pierce relating to statistics.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1890-1893 list of letters

Item is a record book with correspondence indexed alphabetically by name of correspondent and chronologically by date of receipt. Correspondence is both of a business and a personal nature.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Family 1895

File includes correspondence between Osborne J. Pierce and Caroline Little Pierce, Winifred Mabel Pierce's letters to her parents, and other incoming correspondence to Caroline Little Pierce. Also included are Osborne J. Pierce's cheque book and newspaper clippings.

Original file folder was inscribed with the following notes by Ted Taylor: "O[sborne] J. P[ierce] 44 Hamilton Ave[nue], Chicago, office 716 Medinah Building; Aug[ust '95 - C[aroline] L[ittle] P[ierce] to Maplewood NH and S. Boston"

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1895?

File consists of a small essay written by Osborne J. Pierce titled "Should the Majority Rule?" and some accompanying political history notes made by Ted Taylor while trying to date the essay.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Family 1895, 1896, 1897

File contains correspondence, legal and financial records, notes, two photographs, and a pamphlet. Includes L.D. Taylor correspondence to Osborne J. Pierce and to and from Annie Louise Taylor relating to L.D.'s legal issues with the North & Taylor Bank and his move from Chicago to Canada. Also included is other incoming correspondence of Annie Louise Taylor and incoming and outgoing correspondence of Caroline Little Pierce, including a letter from lawyer C.E. Chapman pertaining to L.D. Taylor. Legal records pertain to L.D. Taylor.

Original file folder was inscribed with the following notes by Ted Taylor: "Aug[ust] '96 - L.D. T[aylor] west; 5 Sep[tember] '96 - Ted T[aylor]"

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1842

File contains a piece of prose by Osborne J. Pierce titled "Early Recollections."

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1860-1 biog?

File consists of several autobiographical prose works by Osborne J. Pierce, titled "Chapter -- - Circumstances Dictate New Plans"; "Chapter -- - The New Plans are Considered and Adopted"; "Chapter -- - We Go and Find Schools to Teach"; "Chapter -- - Resumes School Teaching Again"; "Chapter 11 [untitled]"; "Chapter Third [untitled]; "The Evolution of Se[--]e, Chapter 1"

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1896?-9? - A republican goes socialist

File consists of notes, a speech prepared for a meeting of The Young Mens Republican Club of the 11th Precinct, and several essays, titled "Essay on The Duties and The Legitimate Functions of A Government," "The Antagonism of The Classes," "Hard Times and Prosperity" and "A Conversion."

Pierce family, Osborne J.

[Family] 1892-1894 - Chicago

File includes correspondence between Osborne J. Pierce, Caroline Little Pierce, Winifred Mabel Pierce, and Annie Louise Taylor, as well as other incoming correspondence to Caroline Little Pierce. File also contains a letter from L.D. Taylor in Vancouver to Caroline Little Pierce, dated January 29, 1899. Included also are Winifred Mabel Pierce's teaching certificate and a letter of appointment; invitations and responses for Annie Louise Pierce's marriage to L.D. Taylor; a pamphlet and a ribbon related to Osborne J. Pierce's role as Sergrant-at-Arms at the National Democratic Convention in 1892; material relating to the World's Fair in St. Louis in 1892 and World's Columbian Exposition in 1893; "Home Making" articles in "Saturday Evening Herald" in Chicago by Osborne J. Pierce; postcards; and sketches.
Original file folder was inscribed with the following notes by Ted Taylor: "4 J[anua]r[y] '92, W[inifred] M[abel] P[ierce] starts teaching; A[nnie] L[ouise] T[aylor] and L.D. T[aylor], 20 May '92; O[sborne] J. P[ierce]'s mother died 28 May '92 (age 94); 21 July '92 Nat[iona]l Democratic Convention - O[sborne] J. P[ierce] is Sergeant-at-Arms"

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1844-1845

File contains a piece of prose by Osborne J. Pierce titled "Recollection of my Artistic and Mechanical Growth"

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1866-[18]71

File includes a United States patent granted to Osborne J. Pierce in 1871 for an Improvement in Roofings, an alphabetical index book with citations to articles of interest and notes on construction and architecture, and an excerpt of autobiographical prose by Pierce.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

O.J.P. self pictures

File consists of self-portraits taken by Osborne J. Pierce, including photographs showing multiple images of himself

Pierce family, Osborne J.

[Family] 1900

File contains correspondence of Annie Louise Taylor, Caroline Little Pierce, Osborne J. Pierce, and Winifred Mabel Pierce, as well as school assignments by Winifred's students.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Family 1901

File consists of correspondence, financial records, prose and a journal. Includes correspondence of Annie Louise Taylor, Osborne J. Pierce, Caroline Little Pierce, and Winifred Mabel Pierce, including letters and a journal documenting her trip to Victoria and Vancouver in July and August 1901.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

[Family] 1902, May to Oct[ober]

File includes correspondence between Osborne J. Pierce and Caroline Little Pierce, and correspondence from Winifred Mabel Pierce to Annie Louise Taylor, including postcards from Vermont. File also includes some financial records, and two photographs.

Original file folder was inscribed with the following notes by Ted Taylor: "K[enneth] T[aylor] born 22 July '02, Vancouver; summer - Pierces at Hardwick, VT; July-Aug[ust] - C[aroline] L[ittle] P[ierce] and W[inifred] M[abel] P[ierce] in VT and NH; Sep[tember} '02 - A[nnie] L[ouise] T[aylor] and T[heodore] T[aylor] and unnamed baby in Chicago with C[aroline] L[ittle] P[ierce]; 24 Oc[tober]? - O[sborne] J. P[ierce] returns to Chicago."

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Family 1902, Jan[uary]-Apr[il]

File consists of correspondence from Osborne J. Pierce and Annie Louise Taylor to Caroline Little Pierce, incoming correspondence of Annie Louise Taylor, and a property tax bill for Osborne J. Pierce.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1903

File contains two photographs by Osborne J. Pierce and a certificate allowing him to practice architecture in the State of California in 1903. File also contains three watercolours by Winifred Mabel Pierce.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1903 Redlands

File consists of three issues of The Citrograph, a weekly publication produced in Redlands, California, containing advertisements for Osborne J. Pierce, architect, and a copy of the Redlands Review Building Edition.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Letterhead

File consists of letterhead for Osborne J. Pierce's office at 539 Chamber of Commerce Building in Los Angeles and for the South Hollywood Improvement Association, of which Pierce was an Executive Committee member.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Family 1904

File consists of correspondence of Winifred M. Pierce, Annie Louise Taylor, and Theodore Taylor to Caroline Little Pierce, as well as other incoming correpondence of Caroline.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

[Album:] Stamp Photos

File is an album of photographs assembled by Annie Louise Taylor. Includes studio portraits of Theodore Pierce and Kenneth Osborn Taylor, a photograph of Caroline Little Pierce, and a few photographs of an unidentified girl.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1904

File contains two letters to Osborne J. Pierce from architect Edward L. Angell.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Family 1903

File consists of correspondence of Annie Louise Taylor, Osborne J. Pierce, Caroline Little Pierce, Winifred M. Pierce and Theodore Taylor, including postcards, business cards and a receipt of Osborne J. Pierce, a summer travel journal of Winifred M. Pierce, newspapers clippings and a photograph.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

1904

File consists of a letter and statement relating to Osborne J. Pierce's payment for a project, a receipt of payment for his license fee to the State Board of Architecture for the Southern District of California and two unrelated photographs.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

[Family] Oct[ober]-Dec[ember] 1905, 1905-[190]7 general

File includes correspondence between Annie Louise Taylor, Winifred Mabel Pierce and Caroline Little Pierce, and letters from L.D. Taylor to Osborne J. Pierce. File also includes pamphlets, business and other cards, a photograph, and postcards from Chicago and Massachusetts.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

[Family] 1905, Jan[uary]-Sept[ember]

File includes correspondence of Winifred Mabel Pierce, Caroline Little Pierce, Osborne J. Pierce, Annie Louise Taylor, and L.D. Taylor, including several letters between L.D. Taylor and Osborne J. Pierce, and postcards from a trip that L.D. took to Winnipeg, Montreal and New York City. Included also are several postcards from California, Seattle, Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.

Original file folder was inscribed with the following notes by Ted Taylor: "Pierces to Catalina St., L.A.; Summer '05 - WMP at Catalina St."

Pierce family, Osborne J.

Annie Louise Taylor photograph albums

Series consists of two photograph albums assembled by Annie Louise Taylor. Includes baby and childhood photographs of Theodore Pierce and Kenneth Osborn Taylor, Taylor family group photographs, individual photographs of Annie and L.D. Taylor and Caroline Little Pierce, and interior and exterior photographs of the Taylor's Fairview home.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

[Family] 1906, Jan[uary] to Aug[ust]

File consists of correspondence of Annie Louise Taylor, L.D. Taylor, Osborne J. Pierce, Winifred Mabel Pierce and Caroline Little Pierce, as well as newspaper clippings, two photographs, a notebook, and a report card. File contains material relating to Osborne and Caroline's trip to Vancouver in 1906, including a notebook in which Osborne documents places visited and photographs taken during the trip. File also includes postcards from various places in the United States and Canada, including ones sent to Vancouver by L.D. Taylor during a trip to the United States and central Canada.

Original file folder was inscribed with the following notes by Ted Taylor: "1906, Jan[uary]-Aug[ust]: T[heodore] T[aylor] finish school Vancouver; O[sborne] J. P[ierce] trip north, June to July; J[un]e '06, summer, Pierces O[sborne] J. P[ierce]-C[aroline] L[ittle] P[ierce]-W[inifred] M[abel] P[ierce] at Alberni Street, Vancouver B.C."

Pierce family, Osborne J.

[Album:] Photographs, 1896-1902 - Theodore, Pierces

File consists of photographs assembled in an album by Annie Louise Taylor. Includes individual and group photographs of Theodore Pierce, Kenneth Osborn, Annie Louise and L.D. Taylor; interior and exterior views of the Taylor family home at the corner of Willow Street and 8th Avenue in Fairview; and one photograph of Caroline Little Pierce.

Pierce family, Osborne J.

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