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Brooklyn City Library Stock Certificate, 1843, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 1 (Material Type: Text)

Luquer - Lynch Miscellany, 1822-1913, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 2 (Material Type: Text)


Includes school report cards to Miss Lynch (1821-24); Program (proposal?) for concert at Brooklyn Female Academy (1847); correspondence to Anna Payne (1860) and Sarah (Lynch?) (1894); and proposals for development of Luquer property on Fulton Street (circa 1913). A map was separated from the development proposal and is cataloged separately in BHS's map collection, call number B P-1848(19--?).Fl.

Luquer - Payne Estate, Property, Financial Records (4 folders), 1832-1901, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 3-6 (Material Type: Text)


An oversize indenture was moved to the oversize box.

Eloise E. Payne Travel Journal, 1874, 1886, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 7 (Material Type: Text)


The folder also includes the portion of a 1886 saloon passenger list from the steamship Britannic with Lea and Eloise's daughter's name (Eloise P.).

"The S.S.S.S. Gazette", 1876-1879, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 8 (Material Type: Text)


Also includes clips of "The Comet" edited by T.T.P. Luquer (1879).

Luquer - Payne Genealogy Material (2 folders), 1825-1948, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 9, 10 (Material Type: Text)

Thatcher T. P. Luquer Correspondence, etc., 1829-1956, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 11 (Material Type: Text)

Green-Wood Cemetery, 1844-1947, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 12 (Material Type: Text)


Documents refer to burial lots that include the Low, Luquer, Lynch, Pierrepont, and related families. Oversize documents moved to oversize box.

French Spoliation Claims, 1843-1927, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 13 (Material Type: Text)

Pierrepont Family, 1865-1866, 1934-1980, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 14 (Material Type: Text)


Includes four letters from Henry Evelyn P. to his wife (1865-66); and correspondence, particularly to and from Seth Low Pierrepont, concerning One Pierrepont Place and the estate of Anna Jay Pierrepont (1940s).

Confederate States of America Miscellany, 1863-1865, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 15 (Material Type: Text)


Includes bonds with attached coupons, two letters concerning the defenses of Fort Fisher (N.C.) and Wilmington (N.C.), and one letter concerning authorization for payments in Charleston (S.C.).

Miscellaneous, 1866-1872, inclusive

Box: 1, Folder: 16 (Material Type: Text)


Includes pages of Episcopal Recorder and Church and State (1872); a pamphlet "Advice upon Epidemic Cholera" (1866), and notes and an essay on colonial boundaries, possibly by T.T.P. Luquer.

Oversize Material, 1872-circa 1940s, inclusive

Box: OS-34 (Material Type: Text)


Includes material removed from folders 3 and 12.

Center for Brooklyn History
128 Pierrepont Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201