Watson C. Squire papers, 1850-1973  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Squire, Watson C. (Watson Carvosso), 1838-1926
Title
Watson C. Squire papers
Dates
1850-1973 (inclusive)
Quantity
11.28 cubic ft. (21 boxes and 1 oversized folder)
Collection Number
4004
Summary
Papers of an industrialist, Civil War veteran, and elected government official
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

The collection is open to all users.

Additional Reference Guides

The visual materials that form part of this collection are described in the Preliminary Guide to the Watson C. Squire Photograph Collection, available in the repository.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Watson Carvosso Squire, attorney, Civil War veteran, industrialist, and elected official, was born May 18, 1838, in Cape Vincent, New York. He was the only son of Rev. Orra Squire, a Methodist Episcopal minister of English ancestry. His mother, Erretta Wheeler, was a descendant of pre-Revolutionary War English immigrants. Squire was educated in public schools, at Falley Seminary in Fulton, and at Fairfield Seminary in Herkimer County, New York. In 1859 he graduated from Wesleyan University in Connecticut. He read law in Herkimer, New York, and shortly afterward was made principal of the Moravia Institute of Moravia, New York.

When the Civil War broke out, Watson Squire enlisted in the New York State service for two years. He was elected 1st lieutenant and commissioned in Company F of the New York Volunteers 19th Infantry Regiment. Squire served on the upper Potomac at Harper's Ferry under General Banks and in Virginia. He was engaged in several skirmishes and expeditions. Squire was honorably discharged, and in October 1861 he returned north to Ohio. He read law and graduated from Cleveland Law School in June 1862. When the call came for more men, Squire raised the 7th Independent Company of Ohio Sharpshooters, and on November 11, 1862 he was commissioned as Captain. His company fought on the Tennessee River and later escorted General Sherman on his march to the sea. During these campaigns, Squire served as judge advocate of the general courts martial. Later he was made judge advocate of the district of Tennessee. He served on the staff of Major General Rousseau as judge advocate and also under Major General Thomas during the siege and battle of Nashville. He also participated in the battles of Chickamauga, Resaca and Missionary Ridge. He was promoted to the rank of brevet colonel. Squire was mustered out of the army July 28, 1865.

After the war, Squire joined the E. Remington & Sons, the arms manufacturer based in Ilion, New York. He married Ida Remington, the daughter of company president Philo Remington in 1868 and became in turn manager, treasurer, and secretary of the company. Squire promoted and sold primarily Remington arms, but he also marketed the company's sewing machines and typewriters. In the years following the Civil War, the development of the breech-loading rifle led to a great demand for Remington's product. Much of Remington's business was abroad, and Squire dealt with the representatives of France, Russia, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Egypt, Mexico, and other countries. During the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71, Remington handled purchases for France. From 1877 to 1879, he traveled extensively in Europe and Mexico. He spent several months of 1877 in St. Petersburg, and in 1878 visited Madrid, Paris, Turin, and Stockholm.

Squire moved to Seattle in 1879 to attend to the development of lands which he had purchased from Philo Remington. He constructed buildings and houses in Seattle, and cleared farmland in the White River Valley. Squire's ownership of the Seattle properties was later contested in an unsuccessful lawsuit ( Shepard, et al., v. Squire ) brought by Remington's former partners. At the time of the lawsuit (ca. 1894), the property was worth about $1,000,000. After moving West, Squire divided his time between Seattle and New York. He maintained his ties with the Republican Party in New York State. In 1872, Squire was a member of the Republican executive and finance committees and became acquainted with Presidents Garfield and Arthur. Squire sold his interest in the Remington Arms Company in 1884 and in the same year was appointed Governor of Washington Territory by President Arthur. He served in this position until 1887. As governor, Squire was faced with the task of maintaining law and order during the anti-Chinese riots in Tacoma and Seattle. These troubles began in 1885 and peaked on February 8, 1886, when Squire declared martial law and inaugurated a military system of government until order was restored. Martial law was withdrawn on February 22. At the request of the State Department, Governor Squire afterwards investigated the losses of property by the Chinese.

Squire was replaced as governor in 1887 by Eugene Semple, a Democratic appointee. In January 1889, Squire was made president of the Statehood Convention in Ellensburg, which met to urge admission of Washington as a state. Later that year, he was elected to the U.S. Senate by the state legislature. He was re-elected in 1891. In the Senate, Squire won appropriations for improvements of the rivers and harbors of the state and secured a naval station (later the Puget Sound Naval Shipyards) at Bremerton. His most successful efforts were on behalf of coast defenses.

After his defeat in the election of 1897, Squire practiced law and managed his properties. He founded and was president of Union Trust Co. (later the Squire Investment Co.), which was established to administer his properties. Watson Squire died in Seattle on June 7, 1926.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Watson C. Squire Papers consist of correspondence, speeches, financial records, legal documents, and other material that document the life of the Civil War veteran, businessman, and public servant. The papers measure 11.28 cubic feet and span the years 1850 to 1973, including later clippings added by family members. They include material on Squire's early years in New York, his Civil War service, political activities, and business affairs, including his work at E. Remington & Sons. Some documentation of Squire's tenures as Washington's territorial governor and U.S. senator is also included.

The materials in the Washington Territory, Governor series relate largely to the anti-Chinese riots of 1885 and 1886. These are found in the Anti-Chinese Riot subject files and include correspondence, clippings, orders and proclamations. The U.S. Senate subgroup consists of correspondence and other material, and sheds light on Squire's work in promoting coastal defenses and on Washington State politics. This subgroup includes materials on the North (Government) Canal, later known as the Lake Washington Ship Canal, and the Bremerton Dry Dock, later known as the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington.

The E. Remington & Sons Arms Co. subgroup provides significant documentation but is fragmentary. It contains correspondence, financial records, legal documents, speeches and writings, and subject files. Most of the correspondence in the subgroup is Squire's, but some is for other members of the firm. These are largely found in General Correspondence files and the correspondents are clearly indicated. A significant amount of the interoffice correspondence dates from 1877 to 1878, the years Squire was based in Europe, and they detail Remington's efforts at negotiating arms sales overseas. The Outgoing Letters series includes two letterpress books also dating from Squire's time in Europe. Major correspondents include W.H. Grimwade, Samuel Norris, S. [Samuel] Remington, Philo Remington, and E. Remington & Sons.

Squire's early years are documented in the School Years subgroup. It includes correspondence and other material dating from his years at Falley Seminary, Fairfield Seminary, and Wesleyan University. A small subgroup contains materials from Squire's term as president of Moravia Institute.

Three subgroups document Squire's Civil War service. The Infantry Regiment, New York Volunteers subgroup contains only a few items, including letters and Squire's commission. The materials in the Independent Company of Ohio Sharpshooters subgroup date largely from 1862-1863. Both the correspondence and equipage series, which includes reports detailing returns of ordnance and supplies, discuss mostly administrative matters. The Judge Advocate subgroup dates primarily from 1864-1865. The correspondence includes that of Squire and other members in the military justice chain of command, including fellow Judge Advocate Major G.P. Thurston, Assistant Judge Advocate General William M. Dunn, and Judge Advocate General Joseph Holt. The letters, together with the orders, circulars, and proclamations, provide insight into the administration of military justice during the Civil War. There is also a small number of letters from members of the Ohio Sharpshooters who accompanied General Sherman on his march.

Squire's other business, political, and personal affairs are documented in the Personal Papers subgroup. Some of the material overlaps with the other subgroups. The incoming correspondence spans the period from his school years to his final days. Major correspondents include parents Orra and Erretta Squire, wife Ida and son Philo. Letters from Thomas Cavanaugh, Henry Landes, and H.C. Wilmarth discuss Washington state's political landscape in the period leading up to statehood in 1889. Squire's real estate affairs are documented in subject files for Real Estate 1871-1881, Union Trust Co., and Shepard et al. v. Squire .

The collection also contains subgroups for Squire's wife, parents, and the Remington Family. Squire's letters to family members can be found in the respective subgroups. The Orra Squire subgroup in particular contains numerous letters written by Squire to his father in Clyde, Ohio, over a span of over 40 years. Squire's business affairs, including those in Seattle, are discussed in his letters to his wife in the Ida Remington Squire subgroup.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The creator's literary rights have been transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Accession No. 4004-001: Watson C. Squire papers, 1850-1926Return to Top

9.12 cu. ft.
Arrangement: The papers are arranged into the following subgroups, which are further arranged into series:
  • Washington Territory Governor
  • U.S. Senate
  • E. Remington & Sons Arms Co.
  • School Years
  • Moravia Institute Principal
  • U.S. Army, 19th Infantry Regiment, New York Volunteers
  • U.S. Army, Ohio Sharpshooters, 7th Independent Company (Volunteers)
  • U.S. Army Judge Advocate, Districts of Nashville and Tennessee
  • Personal Papers
  • Ida Remington Squire
  • Orra Squire
  • Orra Squire, Agent for Watson C. Squire
  • Erretta Wheeler Squire
  • Remington Family

Scope and Content: The collection's overall scope and content note (see above) mainly describes this accession.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info: Source: Mrs. R. Hugh Dickinson of Seattle (Squire's granddaughter), 1989.

Processing Info: Processed in 1989 and 1991.

Container(s) Description Dates
Washington Territory Governor
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 4004-001
Dolph, Joseph N. (Oregon Senator)
1887
1/2 4004-001
Hawaii Consulate, Port Townsend (Swan, James G.)
1886
1/3 4004-001
Miles, Nelson T.
1885
1/4 4004-001
Miller, Warner (New York Senator)
1885
1/5 4004-001
Minneapolis Industrial Exposition
1886
1/6-8 4004-001
North, Central, and South American Exposition in New Orleans, La. - Washington Territory Commissioner (Ezra Meeker)
1885-1886
1/8-9 4004-001
Record, S. H.
1886
1/9-10 4004-001
Sherman, John (Ohio Senator)
1885
1/11 4004-001
Smithsonian Institution (Baird, Spencer F.)
1886
1/12 4004-001
Strobach, Paul (encl: Orville Hitchcock Platt)
1887
1/13 4004-001
U.S. Consulate in Victoria, B.C. (Stevens, Robert J.)
1887
1/13-14 4004-001
U.S. War Dept. Secretary (Endicott, William C.)
1886
1/14-15 4004-001
Washington Territory Governor (Semple, Eugene)
1887
1/15-16 4004-001
Washington Territory Secretary (Owings, N.H.)
1885
1/16-17 4004-001
Weir, Allen
1886
1/17-18 4004-001
Whitman College President (Anderson, A. J.)
1885
1/18-19 4004-001
Women's Christian Temperance Union
1886
1/19-20 4004-001
Wyoming Territory Governor (Warren, Francis E.)
1886
1/21-22 4004-001
Recommendations of Squire for Governor
1884
1/22-23 4004-001
Commission to Governorship of Washington Territory
1884
1/23-24 4004-001
Letters of Congratulation
1884
Outgoing Letters
Box/Folder Accession
1/24-25 4004-001
Acceptance of Commission as Governor of Washington Territory
1884
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
1/25-26 4004-001
Thomas H. Cavanaugh Introducing Gov. Squire to Officials in Washington, D.C.
1884
Proclamations
Box/Folder Accession
1/26-27 4004-001
Death of U.S. Grant - Day of Mourning
1885
1/27-28 4004-001
Thanksgiving Day
1885
Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
1/28-29 4004-001
Speech - Biennial Message of the Governor to the Legislative Assembly
1885
1/30 4004-001
Notes - Natural Productions of the Soil
ca. 1885
1/31 4004-001
Clippings
1884-1887
Subject Series: Anti-Chinese Riots
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
1/32 4004-001
Wheeler, Edward
Oct. 15, 1885
1/33 4004-001
Caufield, Eugene
Oct. 30, 1885
1/34 4004-001
Woodruff, S. C.
Oct. 31, 1885
1/35 4004-001
Allison, Jas. N. (Dept. of the Columbia, Vancouver Barracks)
Nov. 7, 1885
1/36 4004-001 Dec. 9, 1885
1/37-38 4004-001 Feb. 7, 1886
1/39 4004-001
U.S. Customs Dept. Port Townsend (Harned, W. H.)
Feb. 7, 1886
1/40 4004-001
Moore, J. B. (Commander, U.S. Revenue Wolcott)
Feb. 7, 1886
1/41 4004-001 Feb. 7-12, 1886
1/42 4004-001 Feb. 8-9, 1886
1/43 4004-001 Feb. 9, 1886
1/44 4004-001 Feb. 9, 1886
1/45 4004-001
De Russey, Lt. Col.
Feb. 9, 1886
1/46 4004-001 Feb. 10, Mar. 9, 1886
1/47 4004-001
U.S. War Department Secretary (Endicott, William C.)
Feb. 13, 1886
1/48 4004-001
Alden, A. E. (Provost Martial)
Feb. 13-22, 1886
1/49 4004-001 Feb. 7-Aug. 25, 1886
1/50 4004-001
Sprague, J. W.
Mar. 13, 1886
1/51 4004-001
Tacoma Mill Co.
Mar. 22, 1886
1/52 4004-001
Weisbach, R. Jacob (Mayor and Chief of Police, Tacoma, Wash.)
Mar. 24, 1886
1/53 4004-001
Woods (A. A. General, Vancouver Barracks)
Apr. 23, 1886
1/54 4004-001
U.S. Attorney, Washington Territory (White, W. H.)
Apr. 30, 1886
1/55 4004-001
U.S. State Department Secretary (Bayard, Thomas F.)
May 26-Jul. 26, 1886
1/56 4004-001
Campbell, F.
June 10, 1886
1/57 4004-001 June 28, 1886
1/58 4004-001
Miller, Warner (New York Senator)
July 16, 1886
1/59 4004-001
King County District Attorney (Ronald, J. T.)
May 17, July 2, 1886
1/60 4004-001
Haines, J. C.
Nov. 28, 1886
1/61 4004-001
Port Blakely Mill Co.
Nov. 28, Dec. 1, 1886
Outgoing Letters
Box/Folder Accession
1/62 4004-001
Governor's Message to the Legislative Assembly
Dec. 17, 1885
1/63 4004-001 Feb. 7, 13, 1886
1/64 4004-001
Moore, J. B. (Commander, U.S. Revenue Cutter, Port Townsend)
Feb. 7, 1886
1/65 4004-001
Harned, W. H. (Collector of the Port, Port Townsend)
Feb. 7, 1886
1/66 4004-001
China Consulate General, San Francisco, Calif. (Bee, F. A.)
Feb. 7, 1886
1/67 4004-001
Butler, Major (Fort Townsend)
Feb. 7, 1886
1/68 4004-001 Feb. 7, 8, 1886
1/69 4004-001 Feb. 7-13, 1886
2/1 4004-001 Feb. 8-23, 1886
2/2 4004-001
Dolph, Joseph N. (Oregon Senator)
Apr. 24, 1888
Box/Folder Accession
2/3 4004-001 May 14-June 9, 1886
General Orders
Box/Folder Accession
2/4 4004-001
No. 1 - Naming Officials under Martial Law
Feb. 8, 1886
2/5 4004-001
No. 2 - Business Restrictions - 7 p.m.-5 a.m. Curfew
Feb. 8, 1886
2/6 4004-001
No. 3 - Call to Report - Local Rifle Companies
Feb. 8, 1886
2/7 4004-001
No. 4 - Call to Report - Capt. Haines
Feb. 8, 1886
2/8 4004-001
No. 5 - Call for Recruits - Lawbreakers to Leave
Feb. 8, 1886
2/9 4004-001
No. 6 - Provisions of Office Space for Officials
Feb. 8, 1886
2/10 4004-001
No. 7 - Authorizations for Businesses to Operate with Special Permits
Feb. 8, 1886
2/11 4004-001
No. 8 - Declaration to Arrest Any Lawbreakers
Feb. 9, 1886
2/12 4004-001
No. 9 - Authorization for Liquor Sales - 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Feb. 9, 1886
2/13 4004-001
No. 10 - Specifications for Receiving Passes to Travel after Dark
Feb. 9, 1886
2/14 4004-001
No. 11 - Outline Duties of Police under Provost Martial
Feb. 9, 1886
2/15 4004-001 Feb. 9, 1886
2/16 4004-001
No. 13 - Thanks to Citizen-Soldiers - Military Command Turned Over to Gen. Gibbon
Feb. 13, 1886
Proclamations
Box/Folder Accession
2/17 4004-001 Nov. 4, 7, 1885
2/18 4004-001
Statement of Situation
Feb. 7, 1886
2/19 4004-001 Feb. 8, 1886
Resolutions
Box/Folder Accession
2/20 4004-001 Feb. 22, 1886
2/21 4004-001 Feb. 16, 27, 1886
Box/Folder Accession
2/22 4004-001 June 4, 1887
2/23 4004-001 June 2, 1886
2/24 4004-001 1886
2/25 4004-001
Report - Governor's Report to U.S. Sec. of State Regarding the Anti-Chinese Riots
July 17, 1886
2/26 4004-001 Feb. 23, 1886
2/27 4004-001
Damage Estimate
May 1887
Clippings
Box/Folder Accession
2/28-29 4004-001
Seattle Weekly Press - The Conspiracy Case
1886
2/30 4004-001
Frank Leslie's Illustrated - Anti-Chinese Riot in Seattle
1886
2/31 4004-001
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - Photo of Governor's Staff During Riots
1906
2/32 4004-001
Miscellaneous
1886
U.S. Senate
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
2/33 4004-001
Blackburn, Joseph C. S. (Kentucky Senator)
1891
2/34 4004-001
Chance, Mahlon
1889
2/35 4004-001
Chandler, William E. (Senator, New Hampshire)
1896
2/36 4004-001
Coggeshall, Henry J.
1889
2/37 4004-001
Coit, O.
1889
2/38 4004-001
Colby, Gardner
1895
2/39 4004-001
Conkin, Henry C.
1889
2/40 4004-001
Cummings, A. W.
1890
2/41 4004-001
Daniel, John W. (Virginia Senator)
1896
2/42 4004-001
Denny, D. T.
1896
2/43 4004-001
Ellis, J. F.
1889
2/44 4004-001
Ely, Jerome
1890
2/45 4004-001
Ewing, Thomas
1889-1890
2/46 4004-001
Ferry, Elisha P.
1893
2/47 4004-001
Fields, Kate
1894
2/48 4004-001
Freeman, Legh R.
1889
2/49 4004-001
Hagen, Calvin H.
1896
2/50 4004-001
Kautz, August V.
1890
2/51 4004-001
Kimball, A. S.
1890
2/52 4004-001
McDonald, J. R.
1889-1890
2/53 4004-001
MacKenzie, A. (U.S. Corps of Engineers)
1896
2/54 4004-001
Medcalf, John T.
1890
2/55 4004-001
Miles, Nelson T.
1890
2/56 4004-001
People's Party of New York
ca. 1890s
2/57 4004-001
Seattle, City of (Ferris, C. W.)
1889
2/58 4004-001
U.S. Consulate in Mexico (Fichet, Eugene O.)
1889
2/59 4004-001
_____ , John J.
1896
Outgoing Letters
Box/Folder Accession
2/60 4004-001
Bagley, C. B.
1890
2/61 4004-001
Ballaine, J. E.
1890
2/62 4004-001
Becker, F. W.
1890
2/63 4004-001
Bellinger, J. H.
1890
2/64 4004-001
Black, George A.
1890
2/65 4004-001
Bloomfield, N. H.
1890
2/66 4004-001
Ferry, Elisha P.
1889-1890
2/67 4004-001
Hanford, C. H.
1890
2/68 4004-001
Heilbron, G. H.
1890
2/69 4004-001
Herren, S. C.
1890
2/70 4004-001
Hilder, F. F.
1894
3/1 4004-001
Hill, John M.
1890
3/2 4004-001
Hill, W. C.
1890
3/3 4004-001
Hill, W. Lair
1890
3/4 4004-001
Holton, C. M.
1890
3/5 4004-001
Hopkins, C. B.
1890
3/6 4004-001
House, J .C.
1890
3/7 4004-001
Howard, Frank E.
1890
3/8 4004-001
Howlett, L. S.
1890
3/9 4004-001
Hunsaker, Jacob
1890
3/10 4004-001
Hyde, S. C.
1890
3/11 4004-001
Lincoln, Robert Todd
1891
3/12 4004-001
Reid, Whitelaw
1891
3/13 4004-001
Snowden, C. A.
1890
3/14 4004-001
Sohn, Louis
1890
3/15 4004-001
Swetland, Scott
1890
3/16 4004-001
Wheeler, Edward
1890
3/17 4004-001
Wheeler, L. H.
1890
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
3/18 4004-001
Gordon, John B. (Georgia Senator)
1897
3/19 4004-001
Schofield, J. M. to U.S. Secretary of War
1894
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
3/20 4004-001
Fresh Water Naval Port (Lake Washington)
1894
3/21 4004-001
Naval Use of Puget Sound Coal
1894
3/22 4004-001
Coast Defenses - A.E. Orr
1896
3/23 4004-001
Bremerton Dry Dock [Puget Sound Naval Shipyard]
1911
3/24 4004-001
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
1925
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
3/25 4004-001
North (Government) Canal [Lake Washington Ship Canal]
1896
3/26 4004-001
Proposed Nicaragua Canal
ca. 1890s
Legislation
Box/Folder Accession
3/27-28 4004-001
Silver Coinage Bills
1890-1894
3/29 4004-001
Others
1893-1896
Box/Folder Accession
3/30 4004-001
Writing - Legislative Accomplishments
1896
3/31 4004-001
Lists
1895
3/32 4004-001
Speech - Concerning U.S., British North America, and the Alaskan Border
ca. 1895
Invitations
Box/Folder Accession
3/33 4004-001
Launch of the U.S.S. Oregon
1893
3/34 4004-001
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1890
Clippings
Box/Folder Accession
3/35 4004-001
Coast Defenses
1895
3/36 4004-001
Bremerton Dry Dock
1911-1912
3/37 4004-001
Naming of U.S. Warship Olympia
undated
3/38 4004-001
Miscellaneous
1890's
E. Remington & Sons Arms Co.
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
4/1 4004-001
Barry, W. N. to McNaught and Leary
1876
4/1 4004-001
Buega, Major Joauquin to S. Remington
1869
4/1 4004-001
Fiedler, Max to Remington Arms Co.
1877
4/1 4004-001
Figoli, L. to Remington Arms Co.
1878
4/1 4004-001
Grimwade, W. L. to C.J. Tsatsos
1878
4/1 4004-001
Grimwade, W. L. to Max Fielder
1877
4/1 4004-001
Lecesne to French Consul
undated
4/2 4004-001
May, C. W. to Remington, S.
1871
4/3 4004-001
Norton, J. L. to Crispin, S.
1870
4/3 4004-001
Norton, J. L. to Remington
1870
4/3 4004-001
Palmer, George W. to E. Remington & Sons
1868
4/3 4004-001
Pond, Charles H. to Munoz and Espirella
1877
4/3 4004-001
Pond, Charles H. to Remington
1871
4/3 4004-001
Schuyler, Hartley and Graham to E. Remington & Sons
1870-1871
4/3 4004-001
Sherman, Gen. William to Remington Arms Co.
1869
4/3 4004-001
Smoot, W. S. to Winchester
1877
4/3 4004-001
Treadwell, T. J. to Dyer (Schuyler, Hartley and Graham)
1870
4/3 4004-001
Unidentified (Concerning Gen. Hiram Berdan)
1869-1870
Interoffice Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
4/4 4004-001
Alford, A.
1877
4/5 4004-001
Armstrong, F.
1877-1878
4/6 4004-001
Benedict, M. M.
1877, 1879
4/7 4004-001
Fisher, John S.
1877-1878
4/8 4004-001
Flowers, _____
1877
4/9 4004-001
[Furman?], A. A.
1877
4/10-17 4004-001
Grimwade, W. H.
1877-1878
4/18 4004-001
Hannahs, John J.
1878
4/19 4004-001
Johnson, _____
1870
4/20 4004-001
Keene, J. W.
1878
4/21 4004-001
Neck, S. Saunders
1878
5/1 4004-001
Norris, John
1870, 1878
5/2-4 4004-001
Norris, Samuel
1869-1871, 1877-1878
5/5 4004-001
Remington, _____
1870-1877
5/6 4004-001
Remington, E.
1872
5/7 4004-001
Remington, [E.] & Sons
1870-1877
5/8 4004-001
Remington, F.
1878
5/9 4004-001
Remington, Philo
1878-1886
5/10-17 4004-001
Remington, S.
1866-1877
5/18 4004-001
Roche, E.
1872-1878
5/19 4004-001
Sanchez, Jose M.
1877, 1879
5/20 4004-001
Smoot, W. S.
1871-1878
5/21-23 4004-001
Squire, Watson C.
1867-1879
5/24 4004-001
Whipple, I. F.
1879-1882
5/25 4004-001
Unidentified
1870-1878
Incoming Letters (to W.C. Squire)
Box/Folder Accession
6a/1 4004-001
Addis, T. E.
1878
6a/1 4004-001
Alpha Delta Phi
1877
6a/1 4004-001
Baluvin, A.
1870
6a/1 4004-001
Barboza, Enrique
1878
6a/1 4004-001
Bartlett, Frank
1870
6a/1 4004-001
Biele, Teresa
1878
6a/1 4004-001
Boxer, E.
1871
6a/1 4004-001
Bussey, W. G.
1872
6a/2 4004-001
Cannolly, W. W.
1874-1880
6a/2 4004-001
Case, A. Ludlow
1871
6a/2 4004-001
Clary, J.
1878
6a/2 4004-001
Columbia Legation
1871
6a/2 4004-001
Conkling, Roscoe
1876
6a/2 4004-001
Coulter, W. A.
1877
6a/2 4004-001
Crispin, S.
1870-1871
6a/2 4004-001
Cumming, John C.
1877-1878
6a/2 4004-001
Cummings, Joseph
1871
6a/3 4004-001
Dahlgren, W.
1869
6a/3 4004-001
DeBodisco, Constantine
1870, 1877
6a/3 4004-001
DeMarcourte, Arturo
1878
6a/3 4004-001
Diefendorf, Beaman, and Marden
1871
6a/3 4004-001
Dodge and Munn
1870s
6a/3 4004-001
Dyer, A. B.
1870
6a/3 4004-001
Edwards, Alfred
1870
6a/3 4004-001
Edwards, Amory
1877
6a/3 4004-001
Fiedler, Max
1878
6a/3 4004-001
Furman, S. H.
1878
6a/4 4004-001
Galve, _____
1877
6a/4 4004-001
Goodman, Samuel
1878
6a/4 4004-001
Gordon, Lamar James
1877-1878
6a/4 4004-001
Gordon, Simon James
1878
6a/5 4004-001
Hart, H. B.
1875
6a/5 4004-001
Harter, Charles
1878
6a/5 4004-001
Hartley, M.
undated
6a/5 4004-001
Hawkins, J. J.
1870
6a/5 4004-001
Hitt, _____
1877-1878
6a/5 4004-001
Hoffman, W.
1877-1878
6a/5 4004-001
Hoge, C. W.
1877
6a/5 4004-001
Hooper, James
1876
6a/5 4004-001
Howlden, F.
1877-1878
6a/6 4004-001
James, _____
1872
6a/6 4004-001
Jones, Thomas P.
undated
6a/6 4004-001
Joslin, Noah S.
1872
6a/6 4004-001
Kinstry, J. M.
1871
6a/6 4004-001
Kireeff, General
1877
6a/6 4004-001
Kozlov, S.
1870s
6a/6 4004-001
Kreutzberg, F. G.
1878
6a/7 4004-001
Lachs, Bradford R.
1878
6a/7 4004-001
Leavitt, R. W.
1876
6a/7 4004-001
Lee, James P.
1870, 1877
6a/7 4004-001
Leeds, William
1877
6a/7 4004-001
Leer, C. D.
1871
6a/7 4004-001
LeMereau, C.
1878
6a/8 4004-001
Mercer, George A.
1877
6a/8 4004-001
[Metschkootsky?], _____
1878
6a/8 4004-001
Merritt, W.
1871
6a/8 4004-001
Merry, Seward
1871
6a/8 4004-001
Norris, John
1872-1878
6a/8 4004-001
Norris, Samuel
1869-1877
6a/8 4004-001
Osgood, _____
undated
6a/9 4004-001
Page, W. K.
1872
6a/9 4004-001
Palmer, George W.
1867
6a/9 4004-001
Patterson, C. T.
1869-1870
6a/9 4004-001
Pavlovitch, I.
1878
6a/9 4004-001
Peck, L.
1871
6a/9 4004-001
Phillips, Wendell
1877
6a/10 4004-001
Pond, C. W.
1870-1878
6a/11 4004-001
Powns, C.
1878
6a/12 4004-001
Rice, William North
1878
6a/12 4004-001
Richardson, Thomas
1871
6a/12 4004-001
Rider, J.
1868, 1870
6a/13 4004-001
Schmidt, Henry
1878
6a/13 4004-001
Shea, Daniel
1870
6a/13 4004-001
Sherman, General William
1875
6a/13 4004-001
Spalding, Henry Curtis
1878
6a/14 4004-001
St. Albans Iron and Steel Works
1871
6a/14 4004-001
Stetson, C. A.
1877
6a/14 4004-001
Steward, C. D.
1878
6a/14 4004-001
Stonehouse, J. R.
1871
6a/14 4004-001
Street, William
1871
6a/15 4004-001
Taylor, Charles
1878
6a/15 4004-001
[Teriles?], _____
1871
6a/15 4004-001
Thompson, C. R.
1871
6a/16 4004-001
Vrooman, John W.
1878
6a/17 4004-001
Weatherby, A.
1878
6a/17 4004-001
Whitchen, W. F.
1872
6a/17 4004-001
Winchester, O. F.
1877
6a/17 4004-001
Woods, Rebecca
1878
6a/17 4004-001
Woodward, George
1870
6a/17 4004-001
Unidentified
1867
Outgoing Letters (from W.C. Squire)
Scope and Content: Includes some unsent letters.
Box/Folder Accession
6a/18 4004-001
Chauviteau, H.
1870
6a/18 4004-001
Crispin, Colonel S.
1870
6a/18 4004-001
Dyer, General A. B.
1870
6a/19 4004-001
Lathrop, E.
1870
6a/19 4004-001
Lecesne (Commissioner of Arms for France)
1870
6a/20 4004-001
May, C. W.
1870
6a/21 4004-001
Place, Victor
1870
6a/22 4004-001
Austin Baldwin and Company
1871
6a/22 4004-001
Crispin, S.
1871
6a/22 4004-001
Addis, Thomas
1877
6a/23 4004-001
Letterpress Book - St. Petersburg, Madrid
1877-1878
6a/24 4004-001
Letterpress Book
1877-1878
6b/1 4004-001
Taylor, Charles
1878
6b/1 4004-001
Banks, N. P.
1878
6b/2 4004-001
Bussey, William G.
1879
6b/3 4004-001
Rice, William North
1879
6b/4 4004-001
Taylor, Charles
1879
Box/Folder Accession
6b/5 4004-001
Memoranda
1870-1879
6b/6 4004-001
Notes
1870s
Clippings
Box/Folder Accession
6b/7 4004-001
E. Remington & Sons
1870s
6b/8 4004-001
Franco-American Treaty of Commerce
Aug. 1878
6b/9 4004-001
Gazette Des Tribunaux
Jan. 1872
6b/10 4004-001
Reorganization and Sale of E. Remington & Sons
1886, 1888
6b/11 4004-001
"Russians of Today"
1870s
6b/12 4004-001
Saturday Globe
1916
6b/13 4004-001
Miscellaneous
1870-1916
Financial Records
Box/Folder Accession
6b/14 4004-001
Purchase of Arms
1870s
6b/15 4004-001
Accounts
1870s
6b/16 4004-001
Invoices
1870s
6b/17 4004-001
Invoices - H. Chauviteau
1870
6b/18 4004-001
List of Invoices
undated
6b/19 4004-001
Price List for Remington Firearms
1870s
6b/20 4004-001
Shares and Shareholders
1872
6b/21 4004-001
Shipments to France
1870-1871
6b/22 4004-001
Remington & Sons - Reorganization of Debts
1878, 1886
6b/23 4004-001
Baldwin, Austin, and Co. - Statements and Vouchers
1870
6b/24 4004-001
Purchase Receipts
1870's
6b/25 4004-001
Gun Sales Receipts
1870
6b/26 4004-001
England and France, Misc. Receipts
1872
6b/27 4004-001
Europe, Misc. Receipts
1877-1878
6b/28 4004-001
Checks and Checkbook
1870s
6b/29 4004-001
Bills Payable
1876
6b/30 4004-001
Letter of Credit
1871
6b/31 4004-001
Misc. Financial Records
undated
Legal Documents
Box/Folder Accession
6c/1 4004-001
Resolution - E. Remington & Sons
1871
6c/2 4004-001
Affidavit
1870s
6c/3 4004-001
Insurance Policy
1870s
6c/4 4004-001
Proposed Change in Company Bylaws
1874
6c/5 4004-001
Proxy
1870
6c/6 4004-001
Deposition of Deposit - Baldwin
1873
6c/7 4004-001
Agreement - Spooner and Remington Arms Company
1872
6c/8 4004-001
Agreement - Fessenden, Baldwin and E. Remington & Sons
1872
6c/9 4004-001
Agreement
1868
6c/10 4004-001
Assignment of Patent
1872
6c/11 4004-001
Contracts
1869-1872
6c/12 4004-001
Deposition
1871
6c/13 4004-001
"M. Remington et ses Détracteurs: L'Opinion Publique et La Justice"
1872
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
6c/14 4004-001
Remington Rifle Target Records
1869
6c/15 4004-001
Report Concerning a New Revolver
1877
Speeches and Writings (of Others)
Box/Folder Accession
6c/16 4004-001
The Chassepot Gun
undated
6c/17 4004-001
Argument Against Extension of Revolver Patent
1869
6c/18 4004-001
Speech at Ilion, N.Y. Concerning Remington Arms Co.
1916
6c/19 4004-001
Experiments on Repeating Rifles
1879
6c/20 4004-001
Conversions of Muzzle Loaders into Breechloaders
1867
6c/21 4004-001
Progress of Breech-Loading Small Arms
ca. 1873
6c/22 4004-001
The International Match by T.W. Knox
1875
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
6d/1 4004-001
Blooming Grove Park Association
1872
6d/2 4004-001
Business/Hotel Cards
undated
6d/3 4004-001
Cards and Addresses - St. Petersburg
1877
6d/4 4004-001
Business Cards - Constantinople
1877
6d/5 4004-001
Rifles
undated
6d/6 4004-001
Drawing - St. Petersburg
1877
6d/7 4004-001
Graphic Solution of the Amount and Direction of Strains upon Breech System of Remington Gun
undated
6d/8 4004-001
General Order 22 in New York
1871
6d/9 4004-001
Land Certificates
1871
6d/10 4004-001
Maps of Switzerland and Central Europe
1870's
6d/11 4004-001
Painting of a Flower from Madrid
undated
6d/12 4004-001
Parrott Guns (Purchase of)
1870
6d/13 4004-001
Rapid Fire Contest
1870
6d/14 4004-001
Remington Exhibit in Paris
1878
6d/15 4004-001
Russian Language Lessons
undated
6d/16 4004-001
Travel Hints - Rome
1870s
6d/17 4004-001
Universal Exposition of Paris
1878
6d/18 4004-001
Proposals to Russian Government
1877-1878
6d/19 4004-001
Drawing of Capt. Bertoldo's Repeating Rifle
1878
Box/Folder Accession
6d/20-22 4004-001
Ephemera
undated
6d/23 4004-001
Miscellany
undated
School Years
1850-1859
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
7/1 4004-001
Adams, G. W.
1855-1856
7/2 4004-001
Adams, M.
1853
7/3 4004-001
Ball, G. S.
1854
7/4 4004-001
Beach, Orlando
1854
7/5 4004-001
Buckley, James M.
1857
7/6 4004-001
Chapel, O. S.
1857
7/7 4004-001
Chisholm, H. F.
1853-1854
7/8 4004-001
Cortland Academy (Stephen W. Clark)
1854
7/9 4004-001
Crowell, Lucratia
1857
7/10 4004-001
Dennison, H.
1854
7/11 4004-001
Dennison, John W.
1854
7/12 4004-001
Dewey, D. J.
1853
7/13 4004-001
Erenbuack, T. R.
1850s
7/14 4004-001
Fitch, Anna
1850s
7/15 4004-001
Fitch, A. T.
1850s
7/16 4004-001
Hanchett, B.
1854-1856
7/17 4004-001
Hickok, L. P.
1855
7/18 4004-001
Homuks, F.
1856
7/19 4004-001
Hyde, William
1854
7/20 4004-001
MacAdams, Jepe.
1853
7/21 4004-001
Mason, H. L.
1856
7/22 4004-001
Mills, Frank
1854
7/23 4004-001
Phillips, U. N. and Luce, Anna M.
1857
7/24 4004-001
Ransom, Louis
1856
7/25 4004-001
Richardson, Thomas
1859
7/26 4004-001
Robinson, Thomas
1857
7/27 4004-001
Shumway, M. T.
1855
7/28 4004-001
Simpson, James E.
1856
7/29 4004-001
Steaman, _____
1853
7/30 4004-001
Stevens, M. C.
1850s
7/31 4004-001
Stiles, Samual M.
1857
7/32 4004-001
Strong, Sylvester E.
1857
7/33 4004-001
Thomas, P. Jerome
1853
7/34 4004-001
Van Petten, J. B.
1856
7/35 4004-001
Whitney, George W.
1859
7/36 4004-001
______ , Martha
1853
7/37 4004-001
Woolsey, Theodore D. (Yale University)
1856
7/38 4004-001
Unknown Fragment
1850s
Box/Folder Accession
7/39-48 4004-001
Outgoing Letters
1850-1859
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
7/49 4004-001
Arnold, Thomas to Fontenelle, Harriet-Anne
1855
Student Writings
Box/Folder Accession
7/50-52 4004-001
of Watson Squire
Scope and Content: Possibly includes the writings of others.
1850s
7/53 4004-001
Briton, Mary A.
1850s
Box/Folder Accession
7/54 4004-001
Student Notebook
1850s
Exhibitions
Box/Folder Accession
7/55 4004-001
Fairfield Seminary
1856
7/55 4004-001
Wesleyan University
1858
Box/Folder Accession
7/56 4004-001
College Recommendation from O.D. Barrett
1855
7/57 4004-001
Credential - Alpha Delta Phi Convention Delegate
1859
Invitations
Box/Folder Accession
7/58 4004-001
Peithologian Society, Wesleyan University
1856
7/59 4004-001
Philorhetorean Society
1850s
Graduation Notices
Box/Folder Accession
7/60 4004-001
Falley Seminary
1854
7/61 4004-001
Wesleyan University
1859
Box/Folder Accession
7/62 4004-001
Teaching Recommendations
1853, 1859
7/63 4004-001
Teaching Certificate
1856
7/64 4004-001
Announcement from Ilion High School
1858
7/65 4004-001
[Student List?]
undated
Receipts
Box/Folder Accession
7/66-67 4004-001
Wesleyan University - Tuition and Other Costs
1856-1859
7/68 4004-001
For Teaching at Ilion High School
1859
Box/Folder Accession
7/69 4004-001
Laundry List
1850s
7/70 4004-001
Clipping
1858
Moravia Institute Principal
1859-1861
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
8/1 4004-001
Brazen, E. E. E.
1860
8/2 4004-001
Descter and Nellegar
1860
8/3 4004-001
Dewey, C.
1860
8/4 4004-001
Hoover, Ephm.
1861
8/5 4004-001
Moravia Institute Trustee (Gurnsey Jewitt)
1859
8/6 4004-001
New York, Regents of the University
1860
Box/Folder Accession
8/7 4004-001
Announcement
1859
8/8 4004-001
Pamphlet
1861
Lists
Box/Folder Accession
8/9 4004-001
Applicants for Admission
1859
8/10 4004-001
Building Repair Donors
1860
8/11 4004-001
Books Owned by Watson Squire
1859
Box/Folder Accession
8/12 4004-001
Writing Subjects
undated
8/13 4004-001
Resolution
1861
8/14 4004-001
Minutes of Moravia Town Meeting
1861
8/15 4004-001
Clippings
1859-1861
U.S. Army, 19th Infantry Regiment, New York Volunteers
1861-1862
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
8/16 4004-001
Bothwell, D. F.
1861
8/17 4004-001
Lenard, F. W.
ca. 1861
8/18 4004-001
Stephens, N. T.
1861
Box/Folder Accession
8/19 4004-001
Commission
1861
8/20 4004-001
Order
1861
8/21 4004-001
Map - "Birds Eye View of the War"
ca. 1861
8/22 4004-001
List - War Survivors of 19th NY State Volunteers
1892
U.S. Army, Ohio Sharpshooters, 7th Independent Company (Volunteers)
1862-1865
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
8/23 4004-001
Tod, David (Governor of Ohio)
1862
8/24 4004-001
Ohio Militia Headquarters (Hill, Charles W.)
1863
8/25 4004-001
Ohio Militia Headquarters (Hume, Robert)
1862
8/26 4004-001
Ohio Quartermaster General (Wright, G. B.)
1863
8/27 4004-001
Perry, F. W.
1863
8/28 4004-001
Spengler, B. L.
1863
8/29 4004-001
U.S. Assistant Quartermaster's Office (Burr, R.)
1862-1863
8/30 4004-001
U.S. War Department Ordnance Office (Balch, G. W.)
1864
8/31 4004-001
U.S. War Department Quartermaster General's Office
1864
Box/Folder Accession
8/32 4004-001
Outgoing Letter
1863
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
8/33 4004-001
Ohio Quartermaster General to Barber, G. M.
1862-1863
8/34 4004-001
Bachus, F. T. to Tod, David (Governor of Ohio)
1862
8/35 4004-001
Boalt, C. L. to Tod, David (Governor of Ohio)
1862
8/36 4004-001
Hazen, W. B. to Lossing, Benson J., Regarding the Battle of Chattanooga
1866
8/37 4004-001
Remmey, R. P. to Tod, David (Governor of Ohio)
1862
Equipage
Box/Folder Accession
8/38 4004-001
Ordnance and Ordnace Stores - Quarterly Returns
1863
8/39 4004-001
Return of Clothing, Camp, and Garrison Equipment
1863
8/40 4004-001
Invoices for Clothing, Camp, and Garrison Equipment
1863
8/41 4004-001
Receipts for Clothing, Camp, and Garrison Equipment
1863
8/42 4004-001
Invoice of Ordnance and Ordnace Stores
1862-1863
8/43 4004-001
List of Stores Received
1863
8/44 4004-001
Receipt for Issues to
1863
8/45-48 4004-001
Receipt Rolls for Clothing
1862-1863
8/49 4004-001
Abstract of Expenditures
1863
8/50 4004-001
Muster and Pay Rolls
1863
8/51 4004-001
Stationary Requisitions
1863
8/52 4004-001
Certified Memo of Equipment Transfer
1863
8/53 4004-001
Depositions re: Lost or Stolen Equipment
1863
8/54 4004-001
Board of Survey Inquiry
1863
8/55 4004-001
Blank Forms
1862-1863
Box/Folder Accession
9/1 4004-001
Circulars
1863
9/2 4004-001
Orders
1862-1863
9/3 4004-001
General Orders
1863
9/4 4004-001
Special Field Orders - Appointment to General Courts - Martial
1863
9/5 4004-001
Receipts
1862
9/6 4004-001
Blank Enlistment Forms
1862
9/7 4004-001
Muster-out Roll
1865
9/8 4004-001
Discharge Paper
1865
Pamphlets
Box/Folder Accession
9/9 4004-001
Society of the Army of the Cumberland - 37th Reunion
1906
9/10 4004-001
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park
undated
Box/Folder Accession
9/11 4004-001
Photocopied Photos - Memorials at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park
undated
9/12 4004-001
Song - "The Little Bronze Button"
ca. 1861-1865
9/13 4004-001
Ephemera - Union Ribbon
undated
U.S. Army Judge Advocate, Districts of Nashville and Tennessee
1863-1865
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
9/14 4004-001
Banning, ____
1865
9/15 4004-001
Brooks, Hunter
1864
9/16 4004-001
Childrefs, John W.
ca. 1863-1865
9/17 4004-001
Cox, James and Noge, C. W.
1865
9/18 4004-001
Crory, W. M.
1865
9/19 4004-001
Dunn, William M.
1864
9/20 4004-001
McMichael, William
1864
9/21 4004-001
Sawyer, R. M.
1865
9/22 4004-001
Thurston, G. P.
1864
9/23 4004-001
U.S. War Dept. Assistant Adjutant General (Williams, R.)
1864
9/24 4004-001
U.S. War Dept. Judge Advocate General (Holt, J.)
1864
9/25 4004-001
U.S. War Dept. Quartermaster Generals Office
1864
9/26 4004-001
Wilder, J. T.
1864
Box/Folder Accession
9/27-28 4004-001
Outgoing Letters
1864-1865
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
9/29 4004-001
Barnett, James - Recommending Squire for Judge Advocate
1864
9/30 4004-001
Hoffman, Jonithan to Rousseau, L. H.
1864
9/31 4004-001
Holt, J. to Dunn, William M.
1864
9/32 4004-001
Hosner, A. A. to Hastings, George D.
1864
9/33 4004-001
Meigs, M. C. to Allen, Robert
1865
9/34 4004-001
Thurston, G. P. to Dunn, William M.
1864
9/35 4004-001
Thurston, G. P. to Rousseau, L. H.
1865
Orders
Box/Folder Accession
9/36 4004-001
Report to Louisville, Ky.
1865
9/37 4004-001
Transfer to Judge Advocates Post and Transfer Out to Be Discharged from Service
1864, 1865
9/38-39 4004-001
Special Orders
1864-1865
9/40-41 4004-001
General Orders
1864-1865
Box/Folder Accession
9/42 4004-001
Circulars
1864-1865
9/43 4004-001
Proclamation - General Order #35 - Deserters to Return to Their Units
1865
Case Notes
Box/Folder Accession
9/44 4004-001
U.S. v. J.W. Elliot
1864
9/45 4004-001
Unidentified
ca. 1863
Box/Folder Accession
9/46 4004-001
Claim
ca. 1863-1865
9/47 4004-001
Equipage
1864
9/48 4004-001
Declaration
1864
9/49 4004-001
Leaves of Absence
1864
9/50 4004-001
Receipt
1865
Personal Papers
Biographical Features
Box/Folder Accession
10/1 4004-001
Biography - Excerpt from William F. Prosser's A History of the Puget Sound Country
1903
10/2 4004-001
Account of Travels between 1876 and 1893
1893
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
10/3 4004-001
Adams, Charles C.
1922, 1925
10/3 4004-001
Allen, J. H.
1898
10/3 4004-001
Augusta, Edna
1856
10/3 4004-001
Backus, Manson F.
1917
10/3 4004-001
Banett, Mary
1864
10/3 4004-001
Banning, H. B.
1869, 1876
10/3 4004-001
Barber, G. M.
1865
10/3 4004-001
Barry, E. A.
1864
10/3 4004-001
Bauruing, Irene B.
1865
10/4 4004-001
Becker, Julie H.
1859-1866
10/5 4004-001
Benedict, H. H.
1883, 1889
10/6 4004-001
Bennett, H. W.
1912
10/6 4004-001
Blethen, Alden J.
1904, 1908
10/6 4004-001
Brendan, General
1886
10/6 4004-001
Bridgeman, H. L.
1922
10/6 4004-001
Brinomade, Mary
1879
10/6 4004-001
Bristow, Benjamin H.
1887
10/6 4004-001
Broadwell, J. S.
1886
10/6 4004-001
Bullom, S. M.
1886
10/6 4004-001
Bungay, George W.
1860
10/7 4004-001
Burke, I. M.
1864
10/7 4004-001
Burnes, Edward M.
1876
10/7 4004-001
Burritt, Eliha
1861
10/7 4004-001
Burt, Silas W.
1885-1886
10/7 4004-001
Bussey, M. W.
1887, 1890
10/8 4004-001
California Water and Mining Co. (De Kay, Drake)
1880
10/8 4004-001
Carter, Thomas H. (Montana Senator)
1898
10/8 4004-001
Carter, Walter S.
1866
10/9 4004-001
Cavanaugh, Thomas H.
1888-1889
10/10 4004-001
Chaffee, Adna R. - Inaugural Aid Appointment
1905
10/10 4004-001
Chase and Atkins
1879
10/10 4004-001
Chase National Bank (Porter, William H., cashier)
1892
10/10 4004-001
Church, C. W.
1885
10/10 4004-001
Clark, Florence L.
1919
10/10 4004-001
Cody, William F.
ca. 1893
10/10 4004-001
Coite, Carrie A.
1862
10/10 4004-001
Colby, Charles L.
1889
10/10 4004-001
Cole, Cornelius
1922
10/10 4004-001
Coleman, Evan J.
1887
10/11 4004-001
Cooke, Mary Leggett
1923
10/11 4004-001
Cornell, A. B.
1876
10/11 4004-001
Coxe, Charles C.
ca. 1880s
10/11 4004-001
Cummings, Joseph
1863
10/11 4004-001
Curtis, M. M.
1880
10/12 4004-001
David, Stephen B.
1919
10/13 4004-001
Dunn, William M.
1871
10/14 4004-001
Ellicutt, Eugene
ca. 1880s
10/15 4004-001
Erwin, Annie
ca. 1860s
10/16 4004-001
Fields, Kate
1887
10/17 4004-001
Foster, Thomas W.
1885
10/18 4004-001
Furman, Ella R.
1896
10/19 4004-001
Furman, H. C.
1896
10/20 4004-001
Gay, Edward
1876
10/20 4004-001
Gilbert, H. N.
1916
10/20 4004-001
Gorden, Stanley M.
1916
10/21 4004-001
Greene, Roger S.
1888
10/22 4004-001
Hagen, Calvin H.
1898-1899
10/23 4004-001
Hale, E. E.
1876
10/24 4004-001
Harrison, Benjamin
1889
10/25 4004-001
Heidel, W. A.
1915-1922
10/26 4004-001
Herren, S. C.
1889
10/27 4004-001
Hill, Mr.
1880
10/27 4004-001
Hitt, R. R.
undated
10/27 4004-001
Hoge, C. W.
1907
10/27 4004-001
Holcombe, E.
1885
10/27 4004-001
Hooper, B. Morris
1886
10/27 4004-001
Hooper, E. B.
1877
10/27 4004-001
Hotchkiss, B. B.
1878
10/28 4004-001
Howe, Phebe
1884
10/29 4004-001
Howlden, Frederic
1887
10/30 4004-001
Hoyt, John P.
1889
10/31 4004-001
Huntington, Elizabeth R.
1882
10/32 4004-001
Ingulon, R. Q.
1893
10/33 4004-001
Innes, Robert S.
1885-1886
10/34 4004-001
Jewell, O. H.
1880
10/34 4004-001
Johnson, G. W. S.
1865
10/35 4004-001
Johnson, J. A.
1884
10/36 4004-001
Joslin, Noah S.
1873-1877
10/37 4004-001
King, Andrew
1866
10/38 4004-001
Knox, Thomas W.
1886
10/39 4004-001
Landes, Henry
1886-1889
10/40 4004-001
Lang, Pearl Wall
1923
10/41 4004-001
Lannders, Narcissa P.
1865
10/42 4004-001
Lee, J. P.
1887
10/43 4004-001
Leuch, A. B.
1874
10/44 4004-001
Little, F. C. H.
1861
10/45 4004-001
Little, Sarah F.
1861
10/46 4004-001
Little, Sophie L.
ca. 1860s
10/47 4004-001
Long, Oscar F.
1886
10/48 4004-001
McDougall, Joseph E.
1866
10/48 4004-001
McGraw, John H.
1888
10/48 4004-001
McHenry, Laline
ca. 1861-1865
10/48 4004-001
Manston, James L.
1878
10/49 4004-001
Meany, Edmond S.
1915, 1917
10/50 4004-001
Miles, Nelson T.
1884
10/51 4004-001
Miller, Warner
1916
10/52 4004-001
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the U.S.
1886
10/53 4004-001
Mills, Frank S.
1859
10/54 4004-001
Mining Trust Co. (Smiley, George W.)
1880
10/54 4004-001
Mitchell, Donald G.
1878
10/55 4004-001
Moore, J. A.
1899
10/56 4004-001
Moore, Miles C.
1889
10/57 4004-001
Norris, John
1878
10/57 4004-001
Norris, _____
undated
10/58 4004-001
Oates, Sarah L.
1912
10/59 4004-001
O'Donovan, William Rudolf
1899
10/60 4004-001
Oregon Railway and Navigation Co.
1880
10/61 4004-001
Overstreet, Jessie Joslin
1918
10/62 4004-001
O'Shaughnesey, Anna Pyles
1895
10/63 4004-001
Parcell, C. V.
1876
10/63 4004-001
Parks, F. H.
1875-1877
10/63 4004-001
Phillips, Wendell
1877
10/64 4004-001
Piles, Samuel H.
1922-25
10/65 4004-001
Pitkin, F. W.
1859-1860
10/66 4004-001
Platt, O. H.
1886
10/67 4004-001
Polk, Mrs.
ca. 1860's
10/68 4004-001
Ponns, C.
1867
10/69 4004-001
Powers, Cyrus
1862, 1867, 1879
10/69 4004-001
Prescott, _____
1871
10/69 4004-001
Pyles, Miss
ca. 1861-1865
11/1 4004-001
Radney, George D.
1879
11/2 4004-001
Ranney, R. P.
1885
11/3 4004-001
Redington, J. W.
1905
11/3 4004-001
Republic Magazine
1878
11/4 4004-001
Richardson, Thomas
1892
11/5 4004-001
Roberts, George L.
1914
11/5 4004-001
Robinson, J. (Miss)
1886
11/5 4004-001
Roome, Art
1875
11/5 4004-001
Rosaw, Lou
1860
11/6 4004-001
Schulze, Paul
1888
11/7 4004-001
Seattle Chamber of Commerce (Yandell, C. B.)
1910
11/8 4004-001
Seller, N. M.
1887
11/8 4004-001
Sellerueaur, [C.?]
1872
11/9 4004-001
Shepard, Eliza F.
1865
11/9 4004-001
Spinner, Mr.
1886
11/10 4004-001
Squire, Aidine
1885
11/11 4004-001
Squire, Elbert J.
1852, 1855
11/12 4004-001
Squire, Erretta Wheeler
ca. 1880s, 1890
11/13 4004-001
Squire, Francis "Frank" (Joslin)
1854, 1862, 1894
11/14 4004-001
Squire, Frank
1857, 1862
11/15 4004-001
Squire, Ida
1860s-1872
11/16 4004-001
Squire, Mary E.
1854-1857
11/17 4004-001
Squire, Orra
1854-1896
11/18 4004-001
Squire, Philo R.
1885-1886
11/19 4004-001
Squire, Shirley
1885
11/20 4004-001
Stone, W. W.
1854
11/20 4004-001
Strobach, Paul
1887
11/21 4004-001
Thomas, D. W.
1875
11/21 4004-001
Toney, S. B.
1894
11/21 4004-001
Thurston, Gates P.
1865-1866, 1906
11/22 4004-001
U.S. Vice President, Office of
1912
11/23 4004-001
Vrooman, John [W.?]
1876
11/24 4004-001
Wallace, T. F.
undated
11/24 4004-001
Warriner, E.
1886
11/24 4004-001
Watterson, Henry
1906
11/25 4004-001
Wesleyan University President (McConaughy, James L.)
1926
11/26 4004-001
Wesleyan University Alumni Association (Connally, Herbert)
1926
11/27 4004-001
Western Electric Company
1886
11/28 4004-001
Wheeler, George W.
1890
11/29 4004-001
White, A. D.
1878
11/29 4004-001
White, R. C.
1880
11/29 4004-001
Whitney, George H.
1911
11/30 4004-001
Wier, Allen
1889
11/31 4004-001
Wilmarth, H. C.
1889
11/32 4004-001
Wilson, John L.
1886
11/33 4004-001
Woodruff, L. T.
1887
11/34 4004-001
______ , Amie
1861
11/35 4004-001
______ , Ema
1864
11/36 4004-001
______ , Emma
1859
11/37 4004-001
______ , Finnie
1861, 1864
11/38 4004-001
______ , Gaddie
ca. 1860s
11/39 4004-001
______ , Inlie
1865
11/40 4004-001
______ , Lou
ca. 1861-1865
11/41 4004-001
______ , Louise
1856-1858
11/42 4004-001
Valentines from Unknown
ca. 1850s
11/43 4004-001
Unknown
1861-1890
Box/Folder Accession
11/44-50 4004-001
Outgoing Correspondence
1858-1899
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
11/51 4004-001
Innes, Robert S. to Lamberson, S. H.
1885
11/51 4004-001
Schulze, Paul to Owings, N. H.
1886
11/51 4004-001
Waruig, Lucretia C. to White, Mrs.
1922
11/51 4004-001
Wheeler, E. A. to "Sister"
undated
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
11/52 4004-001
Wedding Congratulations
1869
11/53 4004-001
50th Wedding Anniversary
1919
11/54 4004-001
Condolences Regarding the Death of Mrs. Squire
1919
Subject Series
Civil War Veteran
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
11/55 4004-001
King, Andrew - Squire Promoted to Colonel
1866
11/56 4004-001
U.S. War Dept. Adjutant Generals Office - War Record of Squire
1922
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
11/57 4004-001
Vincent, Thomas M. to Dunn, William K.
1871
11/58 4004-001
Copy of Letter to President Lincoln from 19 Union Governors
1862
Box/Folder Accession
11/59 4004-001
Pension Certificate
1913
11/59 4004-001
Receipt
1897
Real Estate
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
12/1-3 4004-001
Whitworth, F. H.
1879-1881
12/4 4004-001
Snohomish County (Wash.) Treasurer
1879
12/5 4004-001
Burke and Rasin, Law Office
1879
12/6 4004-001
Leary, John
1880
Box/Folder Accession
12/7 4004-001
Outgoing Letters
1881-1882
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
12/8 4004-001
Osgood, Philo to McNaught and Leary
1871
12/9 4004-001
McNaught and Leary to Osgood, Philo
1871
12/10 4004-001
G.A. Barnes and Co. to McNaught, James
1871
12/11 4004-001
Remington and Osgood to McNaught and Leary
1873-1874
12/12 4004-001
Sutton, H. M. to Remington, Philo
1874
12/13 4004-001
Porter, Nathan to McNaught and Leary
1874
12/14 4004-001
McNaught and Leary to Richardson, Thomas
1876
Property Deeds - Seattle, Wash.
Box/Folder Accession
12/15 4004-001
Williamson, Joseph to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/16 4004-001
Young, A. B. to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/17 4004-001
Maxwell, S. L. to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/18 4004-001
Jordon, John T. to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/19 4004-001
Moore, Charles W. to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/20 4004-001
Higgens, David to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/21 4004-001
Schewermann, Christian to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/22 4004-001
Denny, A. A. to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/23 4004-001
Pinkham, A. S. to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/24 4004-001
Smith, William P. to Remington and Osgood
1872
12/25 4004-001
Van Asselt, Henry to Remington and Osgood
1873
Property Deeds - King County, Wash.
Box/Folder Accession
12/26 4004-001
Hurst, Amos to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/27 4004-001
McNaught, James to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/28 4004-001
Kenny, Samuel to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/29 4004-001
Snider, Samuel to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/30 4004-001
Wheeler, Duncan T. to Remington and Osgood
1871
12/31 4004-001
Remington, Philo to Squire, Watson C.
1876
Property Deeds - Thurston County, Wash.
Box/Folder Accession
12/32 4004-001
Osgood, Philo to Remington, Philo
1875
Property Deeds - Washington Territory
Box/Folder Accession
12/33 4004-001
Remington, Philo to Squire, Watson C.
1879
Box/Folder Accession
12/34 4004-001
Agreement re: Thurston County Property
1871
12/35 4004-001
Marshal's Deed - Confiscating and Selling Property for Delinquent Taxes, Olympia, Wash.
1874
12/36 4004-001
Land Survey
undated
12/37 4004-001
Property Values
1872-1876
12/38 4004-001
Receipts
1871-1879
12/39 4004-001
Tax Accounts
1876-1880
12/40 4004-001
Tax Receipts
1871-1879
12/41 4004-001
Note - Land Plot Location
undated
12/42 4004-001
Clipping
1876
Seattle and Walla Walla Railroad
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
13/1 4004-001
Chamberlain, Carter and Hornblower, NYC
1880-1882
13/2 4004-001
Denny, Arthur A.
1880
13/3 4004-001
Seattle and Walla Walla Railroad Co. (Scott, R.)
1879-1880
13/4 4004-001
Shattuck, Charles B.
1880
13/5 4004-001
Villard, H.
1880
Box/Folder Accession
13/6-9 4004-001
Outgoing Letters
1880
13/10-12 4004-001
Correspondence of Others
1880-1881
13/13 4004-001
General Correspondence - Telegram Copies
1880
13/14 4004-001
Legal Document - Squire v. Villard
1881
13/15 4004-001
Financial Documentation
1879
Chickamauga Memorial
Box/Folder Accession
13/16-17 4004-001
General Correspondence
1891-1894
13/18 4004-001
Depositions
1894
13/19 4004-001
List - Members of 7th Independent Company Ohio Sharp Shooters and their Addresses
1894
Shepard, et al., v. Squire
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
13/20 4004-001
Andrews, L. B.
1893
13/21 4004-001
Kernan, William
1895
13/22 4004-001
Mills, A. M.
1894
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
13/23 4004-001
Dally, C. M. to Peck, Mr.
1893
Box/Folder Accession
13/24-30 4004-001
Legal Papers
ca. 1893-1895
13/31 4004-001
Clipping from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer
1895
Union Trust Company
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
13/32 4004-001
American National Bank, Everett, Wash.
1907
13/33 4004-001
Barnes, John Hampton
1899
13/34 4004-001
Bronson, Ira D.
1899
13/35 4004-001
Clise, J. W.
1898
13/36 4004-001
Gilman, D. H.
1899
13/37 4004-001
Greene, Fred R.
1892-1900
13/38 4004-001
Greene, William K.
1899, 1901
13/39 4004-001
Hagen, C. H.
1895, 1898
13/40-43 4004-001
Nottingham, William
1898-1899
13/44 4004-001
Phillips and McKinney
1892
13/45 4004-001
Seamans, Clarence W.
1898
13/46 4004-001
Shirk, Isaac H.
1898
13/47 4004-001
Smith, L. C.
1898-1899
13/48 4004-001
Turner, Leander T.
1917-1918
Box/Folder Accession
14/1-5 4004-001
Outgoing Letters
1879, 1898-1900
14/6 4004-001
General Correspondence - Chehalis County, Wash.
1894
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
14/7 4004-001
G.A. Barnes and Co. to McNaught, James
1872
14/8 4004-001
Bronson, Ira D. to Folsom, Charles E.
1899
14/9 4004-001
Bronson, Ira D. to Nottingham, William
1899
14/10 4004-001
Portsmouth Trust and Guarantee Co. to Nottinham, Wm.
1899
14/11 4004-001
Smith, L. C. to Seamans, Clarence W.
1898
14/12 4004-001
Thomas, J. B. to McNaught, James
1872
14/13 4004-001
Travelers Insurance Co. to Nottingham, William
1899
14/14 4004-001
Turner and Lewis to Hagen, C. H.
1899
14/15 4004-001
Turner, L. T. to Washington Attorney General
1917
Box/Folder Accession
14/16 4004-001
Resolutions
1897-1898
14/17 4004-001
Memorandum - Proposed Loans
ca. 1890s
14/18 4004-001
Memorandum of Loan - Travelers Insurance Co.
1898
14/19-27 4004-001
Agreements
1896-1898
14/28 4004-001
Statement of Indebtedness
undated
14/29 4004-001
Financial Statements
1900
14/30 4004-001
Account - Smith and Seamans, Seattle Land Purchases
1898-1899
14/31 4004-001
Proposal - Hall and Parshall Stock Purchase
1918
14/32 4004-001
List - Property Balance Sheet
undated
14/33 4004-001
Note - Sale of Properties
ca. 1890s
Bailey Loan Matter
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
14/34 4004-001
Hagen, C. H.
1899
14/35 4004-001
Nottingham, William
1899
14/36 4004-001
Turner, L. T.
1898
Box/Folder Accession
14/37-39 4004-001
Outgoing Letters
1899
Correspondence of Others
Box/Folder Accession
14/40 4004-001
Bailey, Charles L., Jr. to Nottingham, William
1899
14/41 4004-001
Turner, L. T. to Hagen, C. H.
1899
Box/Folder Accession
14/42 4004-001
General Correspondence
1892, 1899
14/43 4004-001
Lease Agreement - Bailey, William E.
1890
14/44 4004-001
Agreement - Bailey, Charles L.
ca. 1890s
14/45 4004-001
Assignment of Claim
1899
14/46 4004-001
Memorandum - Financial Account
ca. 1899
14/47 4004-001
Receipts
1899
Cards
Box/Folder Accession
14/48 4004-001
General
ca. 1861-1865
14/49 4004-001
New Years
1884-1885
Box/Folder Accession
14/50 4004-001
Rental Accounts - Watson Squire Properties
1876-1878
Statements of Account
Box/Folder Accession
14/51 4004-001
McNaught Brothers
1878-1879
14/52 4004-001
G.T. Rodney
1879-1880
14/53 4004-001
F.H. Whitworth
1879-1880
14/54 4004-001
Bigelow and George
ca. 1880
14/55 4004-001
Thomas Richardson
1897
14/56 4004-001
John Hampton Barnes
1898
14/57 4004-001
William Nottingham
1898-1899
Passport
Appointments
Box/Folder Accession
15/1 4004-001
Centennial Celebration of Washington's Inauguration, Washington Territorial Commissioner
1888
15/2 4004-001
Inaugural Procession Aid
1889
Box/Folder Accession
15/3 4004-001
Invitations
1879-1903
Speeches
Box/Folder Accession
15/4 4004-001
Death of Elisha P. Ferry
ca. 1895
15/5 4004-001
to Alumni of Wesleyan University
ca. 1910
15/6 4004-001
of Others
1852, 1889, undated
Box/Folder Accession
15/7 4004-001
Writings
undated, 1899
15/8 4004-001
Memorial for the Death of Ida Squire
1919
15/9 4004-001
Receipts - Miscellaneous
1862-1884
15/10 4004-001
Tax Receipts - Property Taxes, Clyde, Ohio
1889, 1892
15/11 4004-001
Checks
1873, 1879, 1898
Notes
Box/Folder Accession
15/12 4004-001
Bond Numbers Owned by Watson Squire
undated
15/13 4004-001
Miscellaneous
ca. 1870s-1880s
Clippings
Box/Folder Accession
15/14 4004-001
Obituary of Dr. Cyrus Powers
1880
15/15 4004-001
Railroad Choice of Snoqualmie Pass
1880
15/16 4004-001
Congressional Record concerning Admission to Statehood
1882
15/17 4004-001
Seattle Fire
1889
15/18 4004-001
Miscellaneous
1880s-1920s
Box
18 4004-001
Bound Notebook and Other Clippings
1880s-1920s
Ephemera
Box/Folder Accession
15/19 4004-001
Independence Day Celebration Poster
1854
15/20 4004-001
Lotus Club Dinner Menu
Scope and Content: Autographed by U.S. Grant.
1880
15/21 4004-001
Samuel's Souvenir no. 3, Seattle, Wash.
ca. 1885
15/22 4004-001
Dedication of Washington Monument - Order of Proceedings
1885
15/23 4004-001
Lend a Hand, a Magazine of Organized Philanthropy
1887
15/24 4004-001
Souvenir from the Presidential Inaugural Ball
1889
15/25 4004-001
Spellbinders Reception and Dinner
1889
15/26 4004-001
Railroad Shippers Guide and Map of Washington State
1890
15/27 4004-001
Lotus Club Dinner for Joseph H. Choate
1901
15/28 4004-001
Miscellaneous
undated
Photocopied Photos
Box/Folder Accession
15/29 4004-001
[WCS and Wife?]
ca. 1910
15/30 4004-001
Miscellaneous, Identified
1870s-1910
Ida Remington Squire
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
16/1 4004-001
Clarry, Martha
1886
16/1 4004-001
Furman, Alfred A.
1918
16/1 4004-001
Furman, H. C.
1885
16/1 4004-001
Musprath, J. and A. D.
1873
16/2 4004-001
Remington, Caroline A.
1885-1886
16/3 4004-001
Roberts, Ruth H.
1885
16/4 4004-001
Squire, Aidine
1885-1886
16/4 4004-001
Squire, Aidine to Marjorie Squire
1885
16/5 4004-001
Squire, Erretta Wheeler
1881
16/6 4004-001
Squire, Philo R.
1881-1890
16/7 4004-001
Squire, Shirley
1885-1886
16/8-9 4004-001
Squire, Watson C.
1872-1911
16/10 4004-001
_____, Minnie
1885
16/11 4004-001
Others
1883-1884
Box/Folder Accession
16/12 4004-001
Invitation - Lunch with the First Lady, Mrs. Benjamin Harrison
1891
Orra Squire
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
16/13 4004-001
Houdly, B. J.
1882
16/14 4004-001
Joslin, Howard
1874, 1878
16/15 4004-001
Joslin, Noah S.
1873, 1879
16/16 4004-001
Nichols, M. O.
1878
16/17 4004-001
Quilter, Daniel
1871
16/18 4004-001
Squire, Douglas
1835
16/19 4004-001
Squire, Elbert
1858
16/20 4004-001
Squire, Erretta Wheeler
1871
16/21 4004-001
Squire, Ida
1886
16/22-30 4004-001
Squire, Watson C.
1856-1894, undated
Box/Folder Accession
16/31 4004-001
Outgoing Letters
1859, 1878
16/32 4004-001
Writings
1870, undated
16/33 4004-001
Apartment Leases in Clyde, Ohio
1879-1880
16/34 4004-001
Receipts
1880-1881
16/35 4004-001
Notes
undated
Orra Squire, Agent for Watson C. Squire
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
17/1 4004-001
Chase and Atkins, Bankers and Brokers
1878-1880
17/2 4004-001
Continental Collection Union (Shirley, Wash.)
1879
17/3 4004-001
Finch, A. B.
1875
17/4 4004-001
Harter, Charles, Fire and Life Insurance Co.
1878
17/5 4004-001
Innes, Robert S.
1879
17/6 4004-001
Johnston, J. P.
1874
17/7 4004-001
Kissam, Whitney and Co., Bankers and Brokers
1880-1886
17/8 4004-001
Mayne, John W.
1871
17/9 4004-001
Nichols and Rogers
1874
17/10 4004-001
Squire, Watson C.
1877-1879
17/11 4004-001
U.S. Trust Company of New York
1873
Box/Folder Accession
17/12 4004-001
Outgoing Letters
1878-1879
17/13 4004-001
Apartment Leases in Clyde, Ohio
1873, 1882
Erretta Wheeler Squire
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
17/14 4004-001
Frank, _____
1879
17/14 4004-001
Joslin, Francis Squire
1873
17/14 4004-001
Joslin, Howard
1885-1886
17/15-17 4004-001
Squire, Ida
1861-1890
17/18 4004-001
Squire, Mary E. (Ella)
1873, 1884
17/19 4004-001
Squire, Philo R.
1883-1890
17/20 4004-001
Squire, Shirley
1882-1885
17/21 4004-001
Squire, Watson C.
1861-1886
17/22 4004-001
Tefft, Susie M.
1879
17/22 4004-001
_____, Minnie
1885
Remington Family
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
17/23 4004-001
Edwards, Harriet to Mrs. H.C. Furman
undated
17/23 4004-001
Fries, C. L. to F. Remington
1868
17/23 4004-001
Lambason, L. to Mrs. P. Remington
1889
17/23 4004-001
Shepard, Thomas B. to Remington Family
1888
17/23 4004-001
Shepard, Thomas B. to Philo Remington
1886
17/23 4004-001
Unidentified to P. Remington
1875-1876
Incoming Letters concerning the Death of Philo Remington
Box/Folder Accession
17/24 4004-001
Bussey, W.
1889
17/24 4004-001
Croly, Abby
1889
17/24 4004-001
Dikeman, Lucy A.
1889
17/24 4004-001
Hoyt, Mrs. L. N.
1889
17/24 4004-001
Ingersoll, Mrs.
1889
17/24 4004-001
Jewerell, Lottie
1889
17/24 4004-001
Lambason, Lizzie
1889
17/24 4004-001
Mareh, M. C.
1889
17/24 4004-001
Menew, O.
1889
17/24 4004-001
Pelton, Mrs. A. H.
1889
17/24 4004-001
Unidentified
1889
Box/Folder Accession
17/25 4004-001
Miscellany
undated
Box
18 4004-001
Clippings
undated

Accession No. 4004-002: Watson C. Squire papers, 1858-1973 (bulk 1865-1920)Return to Top

2.16 cubic feet (3 boxes)
Arrangement: The papers are arranged in eight series, following the subgroups of the first accession:
  • Military Service
  • E. Remington and Sons Co.
  • Washington Territory Governor
  • Washington Territory Statehood Convention
  • U.S. Senate
  • Personal Papers
  • Remington Family
  • Squire Family

Scope and Content: The second accession of Watson C. Squire's papers consist of correspondence, clippings, certificates, books, maps, invitations, biographical materials, telegrams, programs, government publications, journal, photo album, and other printed material relating to Squire's military service, political career, and real estate holdings. This accession also includes a small amount of material relating to the Remington Arms Company, the Remington family, and the Squire family.

Notable items in this accession include a certificate of appointment to Squire as Governor of Washington Territory by President Arthur in 1884; a manuscript copy of the petition for statehood written at the Ellensburg convention, January 3, 1889, and; an eyewitness account of the anti-Chinese riots of February 1886 in Seattle by Ida Remington Squire.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries

Acquisition Info: Source: Dee Dickinson, 13 February 2009

Processing Info: Minimally processed by Blynne Olivieri in 2009.

Container(s) Description Dates
Military Service
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 4004-002
Appointments - Lieutenant Colonel, Major
29 August 1866
3/1 4004-002
Certificates and Photograph
1865, 1866
1/2 4004-002
Commission - Colonel
28 February 1867
1/3 4004-002
Commission - Lieutenant Colonel
7 March 1867
1/4 4004-002
Correspondence - 19th Infantry Regiment, New York
Scope and Content: R. Morris Copeland to Major General N.P. Banks, re: Squire's mustering out
23 September 1861
1/5 4004-002
Correspondence - C.W. Hoge
4 September 1894
1/6 4004-002
Correspondence - 7th Indep. Co. Ohio Sharpshooters
Scope and Content: C.W. Hoge
11 September 1894
1/7 4004-002
Correspondence - J. Hott (Judge Advocate General), Judge Advocate
13 March 1865
1/8 4004-002
Correspondence - 19th Infantry Regiment, New York
Scope and Content: to E.D. Morgan (NY Governor from [J. Williamson?]
7 October 1861
1/9 4004-002
Correspondence - 7th indep. Co. of Ohio Sharpshooters
Scope and Content: W.T. Sherman
17 July 1865
1/10 4004-002
Correspondence - Judge Advocate
Scope and Content: Thruston to General, Head Quarters District of the Cumber Pond
7 March 1865
1/11 4004-002
Leave Pass
23 July 1861
E. Remington and Sons Co.
Box/Folder Accession
1/12 4004-002
Correspondence and ephemera - Remington Arms Co.
1877-1878
1/13 4004-002
Harper's War Map of France - Remington Arms Co.
1870
1/14 4004-002
Harper's "The Seat of War in France" - Remington Arms Co.
1870
1/15 4004-002
Harper's Pictorial Map of Paris - Remington Arms Co.
1871
1/16 4004-002
Telegram - S. Remington - Remington Arms Co.
1870
1/17 4004-002
Misc. - Remington Arms Co.
1887-1888
Washington Territory Governor
1884-1887
Box/Folder Accession
3/2 4004-002
Appointment Certificate
1884
1/18 4004-002
Message and Report - "Resources and Development of Washington Territory"
1886
1/19 4004-002
Report - Governor of Washington Territory for the year 1884
1885
1/20 4004-002
Report - Governor of Washington Territory
1886
1/21 4004-002
Report - Governor of Washington Territory
1888
Anti-Chinese Riots
Box/Folder Accession
1/22 4004-002
Account - Ida Remington Squire
February 1886
1/23 4004-002 circa 1889
1/24 4004-002
Clippings and notes
1891-1962; undated
1/25 4004-002
Correspondence - Silas W. Burt
27 July 1886
1/26 4004-002
Correspondence - Comerford
29 September 1889
1/27 4004-002 14 October 1889
1/28 4004-002
Correspondence - John Gibbon (Brid General USA)
12 February 1886
1/29 4004-002 13 February 1886
1/30 4004-002
Photocopies - Ida Remington Squire's account
undated
1/31 4004-002
Proclamation - Grover Cleveland (printed)
7 November 1885
1/32 4004-002
Proclamation - Watson C. Squire
4 November 1885
1/33 4004-002
Proclamation - W.C. Squire (manuscript)
7 February 1886
1/34 4004-002
Speech - "The Chinese Question"
1892
1/35 4004-002 February 1886; undated
1/36 4004-002
Transcript - Ida Remington Squire's account
undated
Washington Territory Statehood Convention
1889
Box/Folder Accession
1/37 4004-002
Correspondence - Private Secretary U.S. President
26 January 1889
3/3 4004-002
Petition to the U.S. Government requesting admission of Washington as a state
1889
U.S. Senate
1889-1897
Box/Folder Accession
1/38 4004-002
Address - National Editorial Association
1896
1/39 4004-002
Address - National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association
1896
1/40 4004-002
Bank receipt
1895
1/41 4004-002
Book - "Tests of Strength and other Data of Douglas Fir..."
circa 1889
1/42 4004-002
Brief Re: Settler's League dispute
1894
1/43 4004-002
Brochure - Arrangements for the Inauguration - Grover Cleveland
1893
1/44 4004-002
Brochure - Arrangements for the Inauguration - William McKinley
1897
1/45 4004-002
Clippings - Great Northern
1893
1/46 4004-002
Clippings - Northern Pacific R.R. Co.
1881-1969
1/47 4004-002
Clipping - "About the Hop Yard", Hop Industry / Ezra Meeker
undated
1/48 4004-002
Correspondence
1892
1/49 4004-002
Correspondence and Prospectus - Monte Cristo Placer claim
1893-1894
1/50 4004-002
Correspondence
1894
1/51 4004-002
Correspondence - From H.A. Herbert to W.C. Squire
3 March 1894
3/8 4004-002
Correspondence and document - Re: Settler's League dispute of the claims of NPRRC
1894
1/52 4004-002
Correspondence - Re: Settler's League dispute
1894
1/53 4004-002
Correspondence - Re: Setter's League dispute
1894
1/54 4004-002
Correspondence
1895
1/55 4004-002
Correspondence - From J.W. Clise to W.C. Watson - Magnolia Bluff
20 March 1895
1/56 4004-002
Correspondence
1896
1/57 4004-002
Documents - Bill and Act S. 1029
1889-1890
1/58 4004-002
Documents - Re: Lewis range and position finder
1896
1/59 4004-002
Invitation - dinner
circa 1889-1893
1/60 4004-002
Invitation - dinner - Pres. and Mrs. Harrison
1892
1/61 4004-002
Invitation - Meetings and receptions - Pres. and Mrs. Cleveland
1895
1/62 4004-002
Invitation - Meetings and receptions - Pres. and Mrs. Cleveland
1896
1/63 4004-002
Invitation - Mrs. Cleveland
1896-1897
1/64 4004-002
Invitation - Inauguration - William McKinley
4 March 1897
1/65 4004-002
Opinions - Scientific and Marine Journals re: Wilson-Squire Engineering and Educational Bill
circa 1896
1/66 4004-002
Program - Order of Procession for the Inauguration of the President - Grover Cleveland
1893
1/67 4004-002
Program - Inauguration - William McKinley
1897
1/68 4004-002
Publications - Congressional
1892
1/69 4004-002
Publications - Congressional
1893
1/70 4004-002
Publications - Congressional
1894
1/71 4004-002
Publications - Congressional
1895
1/72 4004-002
Publications - Congressional
1896
1/73 4004-002
Publications - Congressional - Misc.
undated
1/74 4004-002
Report - "Senator Squire's Work in the 54th Congress"
circa 1897
1/75 4004-002
Telegrams
1891
1/76 4004-002 1891
1/77 4004-002
Telegrams
1891
Mount Rainier
Box/Folder Accession
1/78 4004-002 1892-1924
Ship Canal
Box/Folder Accession
1/79 4004-002
Book - Lake Washington Ship Canal
[1894?]
1/80 4004-002
Clippings
1890-1913
1/81 4004-002
Congressional Documents
1892, 1893, 1896
1/82 4004-002
Correspondence - Civil Engineers, U.S. Navy
27 July 1894
1/83 4004-002
Correspondence - Civil Engineers, U.S. Navy
27 July 1894
1/84 4004-002
Correspondence - D.S. Lamont
28 February 1896
1/85 4004-002
Correspondence - Roger S. Greene (attorney)
23 March 1896
1/86 4004-002
Map - "Proposed Route of Canal to Connect..."
1891
1/87 4004-002
Telegrams
1896
Personal Papers
Box/Folder Accession
1/88 4004-002
Biographical material
undated
1/89 4004-002
Biographical - Snowden's History of Washington "Watson C. Squire"
undated
3/4 4004-002
Certificates (U.S. Presidential Inauguration) and Program (Lotus Club Dinner)
1889-1905
1/90 4004-002
Clippings - About W.C. Squire
1949
1/91 4004-002
Clippings - Harper's Weekly
10 October 1874
1/92 4004-002
Clipping - Seattle Post Intelligencer - "Piles to Accept Post at Bogota"
22 March 1922
1/93 4004-002
Clippings
1927
1/94 4004-002
Commendation of W.C. Squire - no author listed
undated
1/95 4004-002
Commendation of W.C. Squire - Marine Engineers Beneficial Assoc. No. 38
undated
1/96 4004-002
Congressional Record - "The Story of the Tree as a Living Thing"
1924
1/97 4004-002
Correspondence - Re: Senate Cadidacy
1889
1/98 4004-002
Correspondence - J.W. Clise
1898
1/99 4004-002
Journal - W.C. Squire
1858-1859
1/100 4004-002
Map - Rand, McNally & Co. - "Showing location of newspapers in the American Newspaper Union"
[1874]
1/101 4004-002
Newspaper - Ilion Citizen - Stairway Imporvements by Shirley Squire
20 January 1920
1/102 4004-002
Newspaper - Zion's Herald
13 November 1912
1/103 4004-002
Obituary - W.C. Squire
circa 1926
2/1 4004-002
Obituary - Ida Remington Squire
8 March 1919
2/2 4004-002 1877
2/3 4004-002
Photograph - W.C. Squire
[1877]
2/4 4004-002
Photo album - Watson C. Squire
circa 1920
2/5 4004-002
Program - Inauguration Ball - James Garfield
4 March 1881
2/6 4004-002
Publications - Congressional - Coast defences of the U.S.
1906
Civil War Veteran
Box/Folder Accession
2/7 4004-002
Certificate - Pension - 7th Indep. Co. Ohio Sharpshooters
1908
2/8 4004-002
Clipping - Harper's Weekly - "The Quarter Centenary of the Battle of Gettysburg"
7 July 1888
2/9 4004-002
Clipping - New York Tribune - "In Memory of Gen. Sherman"
7 April 1892
2/10 4004-002
Clipping - Washington Tribune - "General Ulysses S. Grant"
1 February 1923
2/11 4004-002
Correspondence - Eber N. Dillon and Mrs. Shirl Squire (Jeanne Deny) - Civil War
1970
2/12 4004-002
Correspondence - J. [Fullerton?] Chairman of Chickamunga and Chattanooga Nat'l Military Park Commission - 7th Indep. Co. Ohio Sharpshooters
16 February 1895
2/13 4004-002
Envelopes - loose - Civil War
circa 1860s-1909
2/14 4004-002
Memorabilia - 37th Reunion Society of the Army of the Cumberland, Chattanooga
1906
3/5 4004-002
Newspapers - National Tribune - vol. 42 nos. 17-18, 20, 24-29
April-July 1923
3/6 4004-002
Newspapers
Scope and Content: Issues include:
  • Ilion Citizen (April 8, 1920)
  • Auburn Citizen(March 2, 1922)
  • New York Times (March 3, 1925)
  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer (June 15, 1926)
  • Wesleyan Argus (June 5 and 6, 1925)
1920-1926
2/15 4004-002
Notes - W.C. Squire's Military Service - Civil War
undated
2/16 4004-002
Program - Society of the Army of the Cumberland 21st Reunion
1890
2/17 4004-002
Statement - Military record of W.C. Squire signed by F.C. Amsworth
16 June 1896
Real Estate
Box/Folder Accession
2/18 4004-002
Abstract of Title - Riverton
circa 1907
2/19 4004-002
Agreement - Building and notes - Squire building
1894; undated
2/20 4004-002
Agreement - Retainer and notes - Squire Latimer Building
1892; undated
2/21 4004-002
Business License - Union Trust Co.
10 July 1908
2/22 4004-002
Clippings - Real Estate holdings
1893, 1971, 1973
2/23 4004-002
Correspondence - Walter B. Latimer - Squire Latimer Building
26 February 1970
2/24 4004-002
History - Real Estate holdings
undated
2/25 4004-002
History: 1879-1889 - Squire Opera House and descendents
1933-1939; undated
2/26 4004-002
Insurance Policy - Squire Open House
1881
2/27 4004-002
Memorandum of Agreement - Lease - Standard Theatre
1887
2/28 4004-002
Notes - Real Estate holdings
1970
2/29 4004-002
Photograph - Hotel Brunswick
prior to 1889
2/30 4004-002
Photographs (reprints) - Squire Opera House - Squire Latimer Building
2/31 4004-002
Squire-Latimer Building (original annotated folder, contents removed)
Ship Canal Opening
Box/Folder Accession
2/32a 4004-002
Clippings
1893; 1944; 1973
2/32b 4004-002
Correspondence - J. Brace
1917
2/32c 4004-002
Correspondence - L.A. Parshall, Samuel H. Piles
1917
Remington Family
Box/Folder Accession
2/33 4004-002
Book - The Remington Centennial Book: 1816-1916
circa 1916
3/7 4004-002
Clipping - Ilion Citizen - "Remington Homestead for Sale"
17 July 1920
2/34 4004-002
Clipping - Ilion Citizen - "Ilion's Honored Dead" (Philo Remington)
12 April 1889
2/35 4004-002
Clippings - Herkimer Citizen, Ilion Citizen - "Ilion and the Remingtons"
1897
2/36 4004-002
Clipping - The Upstate Monthly - "Remington's Famous Mansion"
August 1942
2/37 4004-002
Correspondence - Hiram M. Burdick to Mrs. Remington
11 January 1905
Squire Family
Box/Folder Accession
2/38 4004-002
Correspondence - Crowford Loomis to Mrs. White (daughter of W.C. Squire)
undated
2/39 4004-002
Clipping - Stuttgart Post News - Dee Squire
1952
2/40 4004-002
Clippings - Chief Sealth and Princess Angeline
1893-1970
2/41 4004-002
Clippings - Seattle history
1960-1969
2/42 4004-002
Postcard - Chief Seattle by F. La Roche
circa 1888-1910
2/43 4004-002
Travel ephemera and postcards
circa 1950s
2/44 4004-002
Package wrapping to Mrs. Shirl Squire from Ida Squire
undated

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Armed Forces--Officers
  • Businessmen--Washington (State)--Archives
  • Chinese--Civil rights--Washington (State)
  • Chinese--Violence against--Washington (State)
  • Coast defenses--Washington (State)
  • Courts-martial and courts of inquiry--United States
  • Firearms industry and trade--United States
  • Firearms--United States
  • Frontier and pioneer life--Washington (State)
  • Governors--Washington (State)--Archives
  • Legislators--United States--Archives
  • Military law--United States
  • Pioneers--Washington (State)--Archives
  • Politicians--United States--Archives
  • Real estate management--Washington (State)
  • Riots--Washington (State)
  • Personal Names :
  • Dunn, W. McKee (William McKee), 1814-1887
  • Grimwade, W. H
  • Holt, Joseph,  1807-1894
  • Norris, Samuel
  • Remington, Philo, 1816-1889
  • Remington, Samuel
  • Squire, Erretta Wheeler
  • Squire, Ida Remington
  • Squire, Orra
  • Squire, Philo Remington
  • Squire, Watson C. (Watson Carvosso), 1836-1926--Archives
  • Thurston, G. P
  • Corporate Names :
  • E. Remington & Sons
  • Moravia Institute
  • Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
  • Union Trust Company (Seattle, Wash.)
  • United States. Amy. New York Infantry Regiment, 19th (1861-1862)
  • United States. Army. Office of the Judge Advocate General
  • United States. Army. Ohio Sharpshooters, 7th Independent Company (1863-1865)
  • United States. Congress. Senate
  • Family Names :
  • Remington family
  • Squire family
  • Geographical Names :
  • Lake Washington Ship Canal (Seattle, Wash.)
  • United States --Armed forces--Officers--Archives
  • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
  • Washington (State)--History--1889-
  • Washington (State)--History--To 1889
  • Washington (State)--Politics and government--1889-1950
  • Washington (State)--Politics and government--To 1889
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Squire, Erretta Wheeler (creator)
    • Squire, Ida Remington (creator)
    • Squire, Orra (creator)
    • Family Names :
    • Remington family (creator)

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)