John Noyes Collection
|Title:||John Noyes Collection|
|Call Number:||MS 89-14|
|Size:||0.25 linear feet|
|Acquisition:||Purchased from M & S Books, 1985|
|Processed by:||AHC, 10-11-1988; JEF, 3-9-1998; MN, 11-26-2013|
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Authored by John Noyes, various printed materials concerning the Oneida community comprise this collection. One issue of The Witness, a newspaper about the utopian community edited by its founder Noyes, is included. Most documents in the collection date from the mid-19th century; however, a brochure stating the Oneida community is “the oldest and largest manufacturer of game traps” dates from the 1920s.
Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing
|Box 1||FF 1||Contains printed material written by John Noyes concerning the Oneida Community. Included is an issue of The Witness dated January 23, 1839, a brochure of Oneida traps, and an image of John Noyes.|