|Scope & Content||
5 letters dated between Sept 7 1918 and Oct. 28, 1814 by Joseph Polley, a soldier stationed in Boston, to his wife, Hannah Polley in Westminster.
1 letter dated July 23, 1824 to unknown person by William Kendall in Boston telling about a partyfor him celebrating his freedom from apprenticeship.
A handmade greeting card with poetry - writer and recepient unknown.
A list of things done and bought for the widow Dorcas Polley in the year 1812
10 Certificates of Merit issued to Eunice Randelle Polley
1 Thanksgiving Ball invitation
1 Check for $1 dated 1833 - very fragile
1 check for $10 dated 1807 - very fragile
|Dates of Creation||1814|
|Dates of Accumulation||Letters - written between Sept andOct 1814|
|Creator||Letters by Joseph Polley|
|Title||Personal letters and certificates|
|Collection||Archives - Biography Files|
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Source||Buttrick, Ellen A.|