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Descriptive Summary

Historical/Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Administrative Information

Access Points

Inventory

Guide to the Heustis Family Papers
1896-1953
Control # H-18

Finding Aid prepared by: Hyslop, John Ara, 1970-

Archives at Queens Library
Queens Borough Public Library
89-11 Merrick Boulevard
Jamaica, NY 11432
Phone: (718) 990-0770


Descriptive Summary

Creator Heustis family
Title Heustis Family Papers,
Dates: 1896-1953
Abstract: The Heustis Family Papers document the lives of the Heustis Family through three generations in the form of financial records, correspondence, work records, ephemera and printed material.
Extent: 35 Boxes, 20.47 cubic feet
Identification: H-18
Location: The material is located in the Archives at Queens Library.

Historical/Biographical Note

The papers provide little information on most of the Heustis family members. The Heustis Family Papers document two family members, Andrew L. Heustis and Jane Heustis, Andrew L. and Alice May Heustis’ daughter.

The earliest records in the papers show Charles and Mary Heustis and their four children - Andrew Lutkins, Dorothy, Stephen Cornell and Eilien living in Flushing, N.Y. Charles A. Heustis was an inventor and worked in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Andrew L. Heustis was a paymaster for the U.S. Navy in World War I achieving the rank of Lieutenant. He served on one ship, the U.S.S. Maumee from 1916 to 1917 and the training facility, Officer Material School for the Pay Corps from 1918 to 1920. After the war Andrew L. and Alice May Cornell married and settled in Elmhurst, Queens. They had two children Jane and Andrew. Andrew L. may have been an architect until he retired.

Jane Heustis was born 19 June 1918 and attended Russell Sage College from 1936 to 1940. She married Malcolm Oglivie in 1942, who had been a traveling salesman from 1940 - 1942. In 1942 the U.S. Navy drafted him for World War II.

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Scope and Content Note

The Heustis Family Papers document the lives of the Heustis Family through three generations in the form of financial records, correspondence, work records, ephemera and printed material.

The Charles Heustis Papers (1908-1928, 5 folders) contains Financial Records (1926-1928, 1 folder), Patent Records (1919-1921, 3 folders) and Contracts (1920, 1 folder). The records in this series document Charles’ inventions of a tool holder and a method to harden steel. The Patent Records sub series contains Correspondence (1919-1921, 1 folder) between he and his lawyer discussing competing patents. The Contracts sub series contains two contracts between two different parties and Charles Heustis to obtain financial support to manufacture and distribute steel produced using his patent.

The Correspondence Received (1913-1929, 1 folder) in the Charles and Mary Heustis Papers (1913-1929, 4 folders) contains letters written in March 1916 from the US Navy Hospital in regard to an emergency operation on their son, Andrew L. Heustis. The doctors removed an obstruction from his intestine. The remaining correspondence are from family and friends.

The Andrew L. Heustis Papers (1900-1916, 3 folders) document his personal life before he married Alice M. Cornell. The Correspondence Received (1916, 1 folder) contains an invitation from President Wilson and his wife to a reception at the White House. The Ephemera (191?, 1 folder) contains his Paymaster’s business card. His Work Records, Correspondence Received (1941, 1 folder) are from contractors bidding to work on a house. These records were found with the collection indicating he might have had some connection with an architectural firm.

The Andrew L. and Alice M. Heustis Papers (1918-1936, 4 folders) contains a sub series Correspondence Received (1929, 1 folder) from the First Presbyterian Church of Flushing asking for contributions and from Memorial Field of Flushing asking the Heustises to fulfill their pledge of $1.00. The Memorabilia, Jane Heustis sub series (1918-1936, 1 folder) contains the birth announcement of Jane and two of her report cards from high school.

The sub series Printed Material (193?, 1 folder) of the Andrew Heustis Papers (193?, 3 folders) contains a photocopy, on acid-free paper, of a newspaper photograph of him in an historical pageant at Alley Pond.

The Jane Heustis Papers (1917-1953, 15 folders) contain a sub series of Correspondence Received (1939-1950, 4 folders), from her fiancée Malcolm Ogilvie who worked as a traveling salesman from 1940 to 1942. He traveled in the South, Mid Atlantic States, West Virginia, Ohio and Illinois. In every letter, for a page or two, he writes of how much he loves her and his desire to return to Long Island to see her. The letters contain descriptions of some the towns he visits and the people he meets. He also makes reference to the impact of the War on the home front - the rationing of fuel, food and other commodities. Never does he discuss what he is trying to sell, though he does do it well.

The Flushing High School Records (1933-1936, 2 folders) sub sub series in the sub series School Records (1935, 2 folders) in the series Jane Heustis Papers contains her diploma, a program from her graduation, a textbook and a work schedule. The Russell Sage College Papers (1936-1940, 3 folders) sub sub series in the same sub series and series contains a school newspaper, two school literary magazines, her school work and announcements and programs from her graduation.

The Printed Material (1917-1953, 3 folders) sub series of the Jane Heustis Papers contains newspaper articles announcing her engagement to Malcolm Ogilvie, programs from the New York Opera Company, two Playbills from Broadway shows and four printed books - Flowers by the Wayside, Christmas Cheer, The Western Flower Guide, The Green Book of Birds of America.

The Malcolm Ogilvie Papers (1942-1943, 2 folders) documents some of his time in the U.S. Navy. The Printed Material (1942-1943, 1 folder) sub series contains three copies of Cloud Buster a newspaper from the U.S. Navy Pre-Flight School, Chapel Hill, N.C. and two copies of Gosport from the U.S. Naval Air Training Center, Pensacola, F.L.

The photographs in the Photographs (1800’s-1900’s, 8 boxes) series are in a variety of sizes from 2x3 to 9x18 and formats, cyanotypes, tintypes and silver gelatin prints. The photographs depict family members, friends, the family’s houses, parties and outings. Included in this series are photographs taken during Andrew L. Heustis’ tour of duty in the Navy.

The Andrew L. Heustis Papers Naval Work Records (1911-1919, 17 boxes) documents his activities as a pay master in the US Navy during World War I. The series is divided into four sub series - Manuals (1911-1918, 3 books, 5 folders), Training Records (1915, 4 folders), U.S.S. Maumee (1916-1917, 17 folders) and Officer Material School for the Pay Corps (1917-1919, 11 boxes).

The Manuals sub series contains the Manual for Accounting Officers (1915, 1 book), Payroll Manuals (1911-1918, 2 folders), Memoranda for the Information and Guidance of Officers of the Pay Corps (1916, 3 folders), Navy Regulations and Naval Instructions (1913, 1 book) and the Navy Department General Orders (1913, 1 book). The Payroll Manuals sub sub series contains Schedule of Land Grant, Indebted and Body-Aided Mileages and Percentages of Railroads of the United States, 1911, Commanding Officers of the Naval Reserve Force, 1916, General Specifications and Conditions of Delivery Applying to Provision Contracts, 1916, The Pay Corps of the Navy a Sketch, 1917, Regulations Covering the Organization and Administration of the Naval Reserve Force, 1917, Instructions for Officer-Material School for the Pay Corps, 1918, Report of the Subcommittee for Investigation of Conduct and Administration of Naval Affairs, 1918, List of S. and A. Forms, 1918, Digest of War Risk Insurance Act Annotated with Navy Rulings and Treasury Decisions, 1918.

The Training Records (1915, 4 folders) consist of study forms, procedures and hypothetical examples from two ships.

The next two sub series, U.S.S. Maumee Records (1916-1917, 6 folders) and the Officer Material School for the Pay Corps Records (1917-1919, 11 boxes), document the activities of a paymaster in the US Navy. They also provide information on the personnel, supplies and provisions of the posts. The records are divided into four sub sub series. The first is correspondence containing general correspondence from a variety of Naval offices discussing Naval procedures and activities. The majority of the correspondence is to and from the Paymaster of the US Navy. The other three sub sub series are divided into pay, supply and provision, and recapitulation accounts. Under these three titles the records are divided into function or S. and A. form. The records are finally arranged in chronological, alphabetical and numerical order, to replicate their original order.

The smaller of the two sub series, U.S.S. Maumee Records, contains a 3x5 Card Index to Pay Roll and Record of Enlistment (1916-1917, 1 box). The index is in alphabetical order by last name and contains almost all the names of people who served on the ship during Andrew L. Heustis’ assignment. The Analysis of Pay (1916-1917, 1 folder) contains the list of officers by name and men by position and their rate of pay.

The rest of the titles in the sub series adequately describe their content.

The Unknown Heustis Family Members’ Papers series (1900’s, 1918, 2 folders) contains the Printed Materials (1900’s, 1 folder) and a Scrapbook (1918, 1 folder) sub series. The Printed Materials sub series contains pamphlets and booklets entitlted: Have Faith in God, Success Lessons for You Born in November, International Correspondence Schools’ Instruction Paper Stationary Gas Engines, Call to Confirmation, The Long Island Tercentenary Commemoration Pageant of Little Neck and Douglaston. Also included is a menu from the Lawyers’ Club of New York City and The Chatauqua Daily from 20 July 1938.

The Scrapbook sub series contains a scrapbook entitled Peace and is a collection of newspaper clippings including a time line of major World War I events, and activities of General Pershing and President Wilson.

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Arrangement

The Papers are arranged by family member - Charles A. Heustis Papers (1908-1928, 5 folders), Charles and Mary Heustis Papers (1913-1929, 4 folders), Stephen Cornell Heustis Papers (1896, 1913, 1 folder), Alice May Cornell (1910, 1 folder), Andrew L. Heustis Papers (1900-1916, 3 folders), Andrew L. Heustis and Alice M. Heustis Papers (1918-1936, 4 folders), Andrew Heustis Papers (193?, 3 folders), Jane Heustis Papers (1917-1953, 15 folders), Malcolm Oglivie Papers (1942-1943, 2 folders), Malcolm and Jane Oglivie Papers (1942, 1 folder) and Andrew L. Heustis Papers, Naval Work Records (1911-1919, 17 boxes). The series are in chronological order except for Andrew L. Heustis Papers Naval Work Records which is last because of its size.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Creator of item, date of item (if known), identification of item, if a photograph its control number. The Heustis Family Papers, Archives at Queens Library, Queens Borough Public Library.

Provenance

The papers were obtained from a antiques dealer who obtained them from an estate sale.

Access Restrictions

Open for research without restrictions. Manuscripts are only available in the Archives at Queens Library, please call (718) 990-0770 for hours. Manuscript users will be required to complete the division's Manuscript Usage Form and show their photograph identification or Queens Borough Public Library card. The identification will be returned to the user after she/he has returned the material. Manuscript users will deposit all their personal items behind the reference desk. Manuscript users must use the division's loose sheets of paper for note taking. To reiterate, no pen of any type is permitted. Paper and a pencil are available upon request. Manuscript users may be required to use special handling procedures depending on the conditions of the material.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish materials must be obtained in writing from the:

Archives at Queens Library
Queens Borough Public Library
89-11 Merrick Boulevard
Jamaica, NY 11432
Phone: (718) 990-0770.

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Access Points

Subject Family Names:

  • Huestis family
  • Ogilvie family

Subject Organizations:

  • Maumee (Tanker)

Subject Places:

  • Flushing (New York, N.Y.)

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Inventory

[The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.]

Charles Heustis Papers ( 1908-1929, 5 folders)

Financial Records ( 1926-1928, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 452h-1

Patent Records ( 1908,1919-1921, 3 folders)

Patents ( 1908,1921, 2 folders)
Box - Folder: 452h-2, 452h-5

Correspondence ( 1919-1921, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 452h-3

Contracts ( 1920, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 452h-4

Charles and Mary Heustis Papers ( 1913-1929, 4 folders)

Correspondence Received ( 1913-1929, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 452h-6

Home Insurance Policies ( 1927-1929, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 452h-7

Financial Records ( 1927,1928, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 452h-8

Address Book ( 1918, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 452h-9

Stephen Cornell Heustis Papers ( 1896,1913, 1 folder)

Confirmation Certification ( 1896, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 452h-10

College Graduation ( 1913, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 452h-11

Alice May Cornell Papers ( 1910, 1 folder)

Autograph Book ( 1910, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 453h-1

Andrew L. Heustis Papers ( 1900-1916,1941, 3 folders)

Address Book ( ca.1910, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 453h-2

Ephemera ( ca.1910, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 453h-3

Correspondence Received ( 1916, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 453h-4

Work Records, Correspondence Received ( 1941, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 453h-4a

Andrew L. and Alice M. Heustis Papers ( 1918-1936, 4 folders)

Correspondence Received ( 1929, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 453h-5

Financial Records ( 1929-1930, 2 folders)

Bills ( 1929, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 453h-6

Bank Account ( 1929-1930, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 453h-7

Memorabilia, Jane Heustis ( 1918-1936, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 453h-8

Andrew Heustis Papers ( ca.1930, 3 folders)

High School Textbooks ( ca.1930, 2 folders)
Box - Folder: 453h-9, 453h-10

Printed Material ( ca.1930, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 453h-11

Jane Heustis Papers ( 1917-1953, 15 folders)

Correspondence Received ( 1939-1950, 4 folders)
Box - Folder: 454h-1, 454h-2, 454h-3, 454h-4

Autograph Book ( 1933, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 455-1

Financial Records Receipts ( 1942-1943, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 455-2

School Records ( 1933-1940, 5 folders)

Flushing High School ( 1933-1936, 2 folders)
Box - Folder: 455-3, 455-4

Russell Sage College ( 1936-1940, 3 folders)

School work ( 1936-1940, 2 folders)
Box - Folder: 455-5, 455-6

Graduation ( 1940, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 455-7

Printed Material ( 1917-1953, 3 folders)
Box - Folder: 455-8, 455-9, 455-10

Ephemera ( ca.1920, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 104os, 455/11

Malcolm Ogilvie Papers ( 1942-1943, 2 folders)

Printed Material ( 1942-1943, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 455-12

US Naval Air Training School Doodles ( 1943, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 455-13

Malcolm and Jane Ogilvie Papers ( 1942, 1 folder)

Marriage Ephemera ( 1942, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 455-14

Photographs ( ca.1896-ca.1945, 8 boxes)
Box - Folder: 92os, 93os, 94os, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 103os

Andrew L. Heustis Papers Naval Work Records ( 1911-1919, 17 boxes)

Health Records ( 1916-1920, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 456-1

Manuals ( 1911-1918, 3 books, 5 folders)

Manual For Accounting Officers ( 1915, 1 book)
Box - Folder: 457

Payroll Manuals ( 1911-1918, 2 folders)
Box - Folder: 456-2, 456-3

Memoranda for the Information and Guidance of Officers of the Pay Corps ( 1916, 3 folders)
Box - Folder: 456-4, 456-5, 456-6

U.S. Navy Regulations and Naval Instructions ( 1913, 1 book)
Box - Folder: 457

Navy Department General Orders ( 1913, 1 book)
Box - Folder: 457

Training Records ( 1915, 4 folders)

Miscellaneous Records ( 1915, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 458-1

U.S.S. Nashville Records ( 1915, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 458-2

U.S.S. Eagle Records ( 1915, 2 folders)
Box - Folder: 458-2a, 458-2b

U.S.S. Maumee ( 1916-1917, 18 folders)

Correspondence ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 458-3

Pay Accounts ( 1916-1917, 3 boxes, 6 folders)

Card Index to Pay Roll and Record of Enlistment ( 1916-1917, 1 box)
Box - Folder: 460h

Pay Receipts ( 1916-1917, 2 boxes)
Box - Folder: 460h, 461h

Analysis of Pay ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 458-4

Insurance Correspondence ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 458-5

Insurance Applications Reserves ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 458-6

Weekly Report of Vacancies ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 458-7

Deposit Books ( 1916-1917, 2 folders)
Box - Folder: 458-8, 458-9

Supply and Provision Accounts ( 1916-1917, 6 folders)

Daily Inventory Sheets ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 458-10

Inventories ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 458-11

Provision Records A-Z ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 459h-1, 459h-2

Memoranda Requisition Clothing and Small Stores ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 459h-3

Receipts from Stores ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 459h-4

Recapitulation ( 1916-1917, 5 folders)

Abstract of Deposits ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 462-2

All Accounts ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 459h-5

Payroll Fourth Quarter ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 92os-9

Payroll Summary ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 459h-6

Schedule of Disbursements ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 462-1

Transportation Requests ( 1916-1917, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 92os-9

Officer Material School for the Pay Corps Records ( 1917-1919, 11 boxes)

Correspondence Shipment of Supplies and Equipment Instructions ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 462-3

Correspondence ( 1917-1919, 3 folders)
Box - Folder: 462-4, 462-5, 462-6

Pay Accounts ( 1917-1919, 49 folders)

Correspondence ( 1917-1919, 2 folders)
Box - Folder: 462-7, 462-8

Pay Roll ( 1917-1919, 2 folders)
Box - Folder: 462-9, 462-10

Orders to Active Duty A-Z ( 1917-1919, 2 folders)
Box - Folder: 462-11, 462-12

Transfer Orders ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 463-1

Assignments, Travel Papers, Allowances ( 1917-1919, 4 folders)
Box - Folder: 463-2, 463-3, 463-4, 463-5

Newly Enlisted Men Accounts ( 1917-1919, 3 folders)
Box - Folder: 463-6, 463-7, 464-1

Transfer Accounts ( 1917-1919, 16 folders)

Transferred Applications for Family Allowance ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 464-2

Navy ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 464-3

Crew ( 1917-1919, 11 folders)
Box - Folder: 464-4, 464-5, 464-6, 464-7, 464-8, 464-9, 465-1, 465-1, 465-3, 465-4, 465-5

Officers ( 1917-1919, 3 folders)
Box - Folder: 465-6, 465-7, 465-8

Insurance ( 1917-1919, 13 folders)

Applications, Officers ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 466-1

Applications, U.S. Navy ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 466-2

Applications, for Family Allotment U.S. Navy ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 466-3

Applications Reserves ( 1917-1919, 4 folders)
Box - Folder: 466-4, 466-5, 466-6, 466-7

Application for Family Allotment Reserves ( 1917-1919, 6 folders)
Box - Folder: 467-1, 467-2, 467-3, 467-4, 467-5, 467-6

Allotments ( 1917-1919, 3 folders)

Officers ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 467-7

Navy ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 467-8

Reserves ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 467-9

Requests for Checkage ( 1917-1919, 4 folders)
Box - Folder: 468-1, 468-2, 468-3, 468-4

Release from Active Duty ( 1917-1919, 8 folders)

Orders ( 1917-1919, 5 folders)
Box - Folder: 468-5, 468-6, 468-7, 468-8, 468-9

Statement of Accounts ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 468-10

Discontinue Allotments for Insurance ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 468-11

Transportation Orders ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 468-12

Government Requests for Transportation ( 1917-1919, 3 folders)
Box - Folder: 469h-1, 469h-2, 469h-3

Supply and Provision Accounts ( 1917-1919, 94 folders)

Accomplished Bills of Lading ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 472-49

Authority to Ship Material Copies of Inventory ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 470h-1

Bills of Lading ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 472h-48

Contracts ( 1917-1919, 20 folders)
Box - Folder: 470h-8, 470h-9, 470h-10, 470h-11, 470h-12, 470h-13, 470h-14, 470h-15, 470h-16, 470h-17, 470h-18, 470h-19, 471h-8, 471h-9, 471h-10, 471h-11, 471h-12, 471h-13, 471h-14, 471h-15

Estimated Quantities of Rations ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 470h-3

Expenditure Ledger ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 472-50

Inventory ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 470h-2

Invoices ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 472-46

Proposal for Services ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 470h-4

Proposal for Fresh Provisions ( 1917-1919, 3 folders)

Meat ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 470h-5

Seafood ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 470h-6

Public Bills ( 1917-1919, 60 folders)
Box - Folder: 471h-9, 471h-10, 471h-11, 471h-12, 471h-13, 471h-14, 471h-15, 471h-16, 471h-17, 471h-18, 471h-19, 471h-20, 471h-21, 471h-22, 471h-23, 471h-24, 471h-25, 472-1, 472-2, 472-3, 472-4, 472-5, 472-6, 472-7, 472-8, 472-9, 472-10, 472-11, 472-12, 472-13, 472-14, 472-15, 472-16, 472-17, 472-18, 472-19, 472-20, 472-21, 472-22, 472-23, 472-24, 472-25, 472-26, 472-27, 472-28, 472-29, 472-30, 472-31, 472-32, 472-33, 472-34, 472-35, 472-36, 472-37, 472-38, 472-39, 472-40, 472-41, 472-42, 472-43

Receipts ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 472-45

Sales of Provisions to Messes ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 472-47

Stock Ledger ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 472-44

Recapitulation ( 1917-1919, 8 folders)

Abstract of Checkages Navy Officers and Men First and Second Quarter ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 473h-5

Abstract of Checkages Third and Fourth Quarter ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 473h-8

Abstract of Vouchers Second Quarter ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 473h-4

First Quarter Reports ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 473h-2

List of Vouchers Third Quarter ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 473h-6

Recap of All Accounts Third Quarter ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 473h-7

Retained Copies of Clothing and S.S. Returns for First and Second Quarter ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 473h-3

War Tax Exemption on Telephone Messages ( 1917-1919, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 473h-1

Unknown Heustis Family Members’ Papers ( ca.1910,1918, 2 folders)

Printed Material ( ca.1910,1918, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 473h-9

Scrapbook ( 1918, 1 folder)
Box - Folder: 473h-10

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