Collections 226 thru 250

Collection 226

Collection No. 226. Clarence Pyatt Papers (1763-1972).  This collection includes two boxes of records relating to Clarence Pyatt and his family from Hunterdon County, New Jersey.  The collection contains historical financial documents that belonged to ancestors on Mildred Pyatt’s side of the family (the Case and Hart families), school materials from the Pyatt and Case families, genealogical information on the Pyatt and Case families, photographs, correspondence, and ephemera.  Download Archives Detail  |  Download Container List

Collection No. 229: Records of the Lackatong Lodge #114, International Organization of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.), Quakertown, Hunterdon County, New Jersey (1854-1983). The collection chronicles more than a century of membership and prospective members, property deeds and banking transactions, constitution, by-laws, rules of order, and committee actions, lists including burial grounds of deceased members, and ephemera of this and other Odd Fellows Lodges of New Jersey. Download Archives Detail  |  Download Container List

Collection 232

Collection No. 232: Hunterdon County Farm Collection (1880-2000). This collection includes a group of various records that were donated by the Holcombe-Jimison Farm Museum. Highlights of the collection include a series of 65 notebooks and pocket diaries produced by Paul L. Holcombe, a beekeeper and deputy bee inspector for the State of NJ, ca. 1889-1963. Other interesting records include Holcombe family farm scrapbooks(1880-1940); a farm account book of Robert Manners (1943); and various other farm day books, photographs, and scrapbooks. This collection would interest anyone researching either Paul Holcombe, early beekeeping, or general farming records of Hunterdon County. Download Archives Detail  |  Download Container List

Collection No. 234: Race Family Photograph Collection (ca. 1860 – 1918). This collection consists of the photographic contents of a family photograph album. Most of the images appear to be from the Race and allied families of Hunterdon County, N.J., from ca. 1860 – 1918. Aside from the Race family (Paul, Henry, Henry Race Jr., Ida, Effie, Mary Ellen, Anna), the most common surname in the photographs appears to be the Woodruffs (Araminta, Frank, Ann, Lulu, Emma) and other families (Huber, McClellan, Fitts, etc.). Download Archives Detail | Download Container List