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Viewing: Boardman, Langley, 1774-1833

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Image of C06.02.1-8 - Set of chairs

C06.02.1-8 - Set of chairs

Set of 6 side and two armchairs made in Federal style; square back with four carved and pierced slats; upholstered over the seat rail; tapered straight legs with straight molded stretchers; inlaid rectangular panel at top of back; armchairs have slender molded arms.

Image of C07.506 - Partners Desk

C07.506 - Partners Desk

Sheraton mahogany inlaid Partners Desk. The rectangular top with inset of green felt above a frieze containing two long drawers on each side which go through the width of the desk over 2 banks of 3 shorter drawers. The top and drawers are supported on ring-turned legs and casters Top is covered with blue-green baize.

F44 .P8 N44 - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

MF 41-43 - Microfilm

Reel 1: A-H, Reel 2: J-O, Reel 3: P-Y. Microfilm reproduction of a notebook created by Agnes Bartlett containg information on Portsmouth families. Information obtained from church records - South Church, North Church, Queen's Chapel and St. John's Church. The Peirce records were used; "Births, Marriages and Deaths of Portsmouth."

MS002 B13 F17-F26 - Share Certificates, Adams-Haven

Arranged alphabetically by shareholder. F17: Shareholders are Nathaniel Adams, Joshua Ballard, William Ballard, Samuel Barnard, Lewis Barnes, Anna Bartlett, George F. Blunt, Langley Boardman, Samuel Bordman, William Boyd, F18: Shareholders are Harriet Bradbury, Oliver Briard, Benjamin Brierley, Elihu D. Brown, Nathan Brown, Thomas Brown. F19: Shareholders are Samuel Calder, Samuel Chauncey, Samuel Chamberlain, Charles W. Chauncey, Betty Champney, Bradbury Cilley. F20: Shareholders are Betsy Hamilton Clark, George Clark, Greenleaf Clark, Harriet Bradbury Clark, Jonathan Clark, Joseph Clark jr. F21: Shareholders are Benjamin Conner, Daniel Connor, Elizabeth Connor, John Con

MS002 B15 F02 - Reading Room Papers, Subscribers to the Reading Room, 1810-1814, nd

Contains lists of subscribers, correspondence concerning the reading room, bills and receipts (usually newspaper subscriptions), and the Subscription Room Book. F02: Subscribers to the Reading Room. Signatures of all subscribers who paid dues from 1810-1821. Names include Peyton F. Freeman, Edward Cutts jr, J.W. March, Daniel Webster, Robert Rice, Peter Pearse, William Garland, Samuel Cushman, Samuel Lord, Joseph Low and others.

MS042 - Court of Common Pleas (Rockingham County) Records, 1782-ca. 1845 (Ms. #42).

This material primarily consist of court cases, including debts, or complaints alleging assaults or stolen property. There is a letter written by attorney Nathaniel A. Haven of Portsmouth NH on July 28, 1821, concerning a legal case. There is also one written by a Portsmouth town official on February 24, 1790, requesting the court force two African Americans to leave the town because they were branded as "vagabonds." All the cases were heard either in the dwelling house or the office of a specific justice. Many of the cases were heard by Nathaniel Adams, who was the first President of the Portsmouth Athenaeum. Related Collections S737 Bound Volume of Nathaniel Adams Court Cases at the P

Image of P07_15 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_15 - Harriman Photograph Collection

Langley Boardman House, Larkin House and Larkin-Ladd House, Middle Street, Portsmouth, NH. On the right is the Langley Boardman House, 152 Middle Street. Boardman was an important craftsman and real estate developer. Although the house was built circa 1803-1806, he did not live in the house until after 1815. The house to the left of the Boardman House at 160 Middle Street was purchased from John Locke, housewright by Samuel Larkin in 1808. In 1809, he purchased a strip of land from Boardman in order to add an addition. In 1827, Larkin advertised the house for rent saying that it was recently operated by a Mrs. Stevens as a boarding house with upper and lower kitchens, two large parlors and

Pamphlet 45618 - Pamphlet

Portsmouth craftsmen indexed in "People."

Professional Collection - Cataloging - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

Image of PS0604 - Small Photograph Collections

PS0604 - Small Photograph Collections

Samuel Larkin House, 160 Middle Street. Purchased house and lot from John Locke (housewright) in 1808. In 1809 purchase an ajoining strip of land from Boardman for addition. in 1827 Larkin advertises a 3 story house on Middle Street for rent that was "lately occupied by Mrs. Stevens as a boarding house. w/upper and lower kitchen, 2 large parlors, 10 chambers. Two copies.

Image of PS1654_01 - Small Photograph Collections

PS1654_01 - Small Photograph Collections

Langley Boardman House parlor and fireplace. Heavy Victorian carved parlor furniture and decorative accessories are in the view, including a light fixture. The Langley Boardman House is located at 152 Middle Street.

Image of PS1654_02 - Small Photograph Collections

PS1654_02 - Small Photograph Collections

Langley Boardman House on Middle Street. Carriage house, driveway, fence, and road are all in view. The Langley Boardman House is located at 152 Middle Street.