1 edition of Roberts Vaux correspondence found in the catalog.
Roberts Vaux correspondence
Written in English
ALS written by Vaux to Reuben Haines relating to family matters.
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There are a few family and personal papers and autobiographical notes by Clerc (). Principal correspondents are John Louis Cheverus, Thomas H. Gallaudet, Abbé Sicard, and Roberts Vaux. Ledger and sketchbook of F.H. Cross, an orthopedic appliance maker, F. H. : Letter from Edward Livingston, Esq. to Roberts Vaux: on the advantages of the Pennsylvania system of prison discipline, for the application of which been constructed near Philadelphia, &c. &c. (): Edward Livingston: Books.
Correspondence respecting Russia, between Robert Goodloe Harper, and Robert Walsh, (Book) Robert Walsh, Jr., as an editor and literary critic: by Guy Ramon Woodall in a letter to Roberts Vaux, John Vaughan. Memoirs of the life of Anthony Benezet / (Philadelphia: James P. Parke, ), by Roberts Vaux (page images at HathiTrust) Memoir of Margaret Brown / (Philadelphia: Printed for the Book Association of Friends: Merrihew & Son, Printers, ), by Benjamin Hallowell (page images at HathiTrust).
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Vaux is the namesake of the Roberts Vaux Junior High School in Philadelphia, built during the Great Depression as a high school and later converted to a junior high school and private academy. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in  and closed in June Born: JanuPhiladelphia.
Roberts Vaux has 20 books on Goodreads with 6 ratings. Roberts Vaux’s most popular book is Quaker Comet: Benjamin Lay: Anti-Slavery Pioneer. A Memoir on the Locality of the Great Treaty Between William Penn and the Indian Natives in Correspondence for Ann (Roberts) Vaux and Susanna Vaux gives some insight into the family life of these Quaker women, recording their travels and day-to-day activities, while Margaret Vaux's financial and legal papers give evidence of her lucrative real estate dealings.
There are also a few letters to Thomas Wistar Vaux. A Discourse Delivered Before the Historical Society of the State of Pennsylvania, on New Year's Day, by Roberts Vaux (Creator), Pennsylvania Historical Society (Creator) Francis Markoe Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) (Creator)3/5(2).
The papers consist of correspondence relating to the founding of the American School for the Deaf and Dumb in Hartford, Connecticut in by Laurent Clerc at the invitation of Thomas H.
Gallaudet. Principal correspondents are John Louis Cheverus, Thomas H. Gallaudet, Abbé Sicard, and Roberts Vaux. Dates. Creator Roberts Vaux correspondence book, Laurent. The Promise Academy at Roberts Vaux High School (commonly referred to as 'Roberts Vaux Promise Academy) is a historic high school building located in the North Central neighborhood of Philadelphia, was designed by Irwin T.
Catharine and built in – It is a four-story, 23 bay, "U"-shaped yellow brick building in a Moderne / Art Deco-style. University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts Creator: Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons.
Title: Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons records Date [inclusive]: Call Number: Ms. Coll. Extent: linear feet (2 boxes. Roberts Vaux (), n.d.a. Incoming correspondence, n.d. Correspondence from this collection dates towhen Roberts was a student.
Most of the early letters are from his sister Susanna and his mother Ann (Roberts) Vaux inquiring about his studies. Books A-C used concurrently by Charles Roberts, George Vaux, and Samuel Rudolph respectively. Filed in book were also the following: Correspondence and extracts re: Agnes Deaves Fund,(2) annotated maps of the burial ground, (1) list of rules, and correspondence.
Inafter Bordley's death, George Clymer reported that he had received from John Bordley's executor "the book to record the correspondence of the Society … which [was] found among Mr.
Bordley's papers" (Society's Minutes, I, ). Bound volumes of minutes date from to Additional loose papers date from as late as [African-Americana] Vaux, Roberts, Memoirs of the Lives of Benjamin Lay and Ralph Sandiford; two of the Earliest Public Advocates fo Sold for $1, (buyer's premium included) Lot [African.
Get this from a library. Vaux family papers. [Vaux family.] -- This collection primarily contains materials related to Roberts and Richard () Vaux. Their papers consist of correspondence, personal journals, scrapbooks, financial records, legal papers.
this month pay tribute to the memory of Roberts Vaux, who was born in Philadelphia years ago, on Januand died in the same city just years ago, on January 7,Vaux, a devout Quaker, was extraordinarily disinterested and self-effac-ing.
Administrative records includes the Society's account books and receipts, correspondence, a minute book of the Committee on County Prisons, Arch Street Prison hospital records, records of convicts, reports on discharged convicts, a page manuscript treatise on penology by Roberts Vaux.
Way before Wendy Kopp made her plan at Princeton to send graduates of elite colleges to Teach (briefly) For America, at least one wealthy American spent a brief time as a teacher before moving on to his “real” career. In Philadelphia, Roberts Vaux (yes, with an -s. Family name.) began his career as a philanthropist and man-about-town by teaching at the Adelphi School for one year.
Letter from James Buchanan to Roberts Vaux Novem Senator James Buchanan writes to Roberts Vaux reflecting upon the election of delegates to the Democratic Committee of Correspondence in Pennsylvania for the proposed March 4 Convention. Vaux, Roberts, ‐‐‐correspondent Series I, Correspondence (‐) includes letters in both French and English to and from friends and business associates.
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Sources: (1) Friend Anthony Benezet, by George S. Brookes, University of Pennsvylvania Press, Philadelphia, ; (2) Memoirs of the Life of Anthony Benezet, by Roberts Vaux, Published by W. Alexander, Philadelphia,available on Google Books; (3) Wikipedia biography.
(4) Internet biography from brycchancarey. com. Note that at the back of.The name Vaux reached English shores for the first time with the ancestors of the Vaux family as they migrated following the Norman Conquest of The Vaux family lived in name, however, is a reference to Vaux or Vallibus, Normandy, the family's place of residence prior to the Norman Conquest of England in Early Origins of the Vaux family.1 Thus in Roberts Vaux wrote of the eminent teacher, abolitionist, and Friend, Anthony Benezet.