Hulce family papers,
4.9 cubic ft.
Correspondence, records, contracts, accounts, inventories, surveys, deeds, expository accounts, plans, sketches, and other records and material.
Correspondence, records, contracts, accounts, inventories, surveys, deeds, expository accounts, plans, and other records and material pertaining to the activities of the Hulce family in Deposit, Delaware County, New York. Subjects include their lumbering interests along the Delaware River, the making of potash, a general store business, land speculation and real estate in New York, Pennsylvania, and the west, saw-mills, labor matters, waterpower, and brick-kilning. Areas of their especial interest include education, religion, politics (with particular reference to "Black Republicanism" and the Democratic Party), and temperance. Also included are historical sketches by Martial Hulce describing the early settlement of Deposit and vicinity.
Language: Collection material in English
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library