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Scrapbooks of Robert Hastings Stevens (1802-1889), and "Letters to the Editor," 1880-1885; scrapbooks of Frederick Plummer Stevens (1810-1866), Albert Gallatin Stevens (1818-1872), and Albert Clark Stevens (1854-1919); University of Michigan scrapbook of Albert C. Stevens, 1872-1874, and newspaper clippings, 1874-1894. Letterbook of F.P. and A.G. Stevens, 1853-1855; deed, Otho Stevens to Daniel Stevens, 1764; letters to Sarah Caroline Greene Stevens and her daughter, Cora Caroline Stevens Reynolds, 1853-1890; Albert Gallatin Stevens and Sarah Greene Stevens vs. J.W. Clark, depositions and correspondence re the settlement of the Stephen B. Greene estate, ca. 1830-1860; photographs; diplomas; "Stevens Notes," family history compiled by Winifred Lovering Holman, 1951; printed genealogy, 1891; and genealogical chart, ca. 1960.

Correspondence, letterbooks and other papers relating to Robert S. Stevens' work as manager of the Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railway and the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad, and to his investments in Kansas lands, letterbook of correspondence from Frederick Charles Stevens pertaining to his breeding and sales of Maplewood Holstein-Friesian cattle. Also, 88 letters to Cora Stevens Reynolds (1850-1870), and letters to Cora's daughter, Doris Reynolds. Additional material includes a diary from 1861 kept by Alden S. Stevens, records between Frederick Charles Stevens and several American equestrian organizations including documents relating to his presidency of the New York Horse Show Association, photographs, abstracts, transcripts and other papers.

Letters written by Albert Ivens Croll to his wife Helen from a trip to Japan and China in 1904, which also mentions preparations in Japan for the Russo-Japanese War. Also, "Journey to the Pacific: The Letters of Albert Ivins Croll, February 2 to May 26, 1904," with transcriptions of the letters and illustrations, compiled by Robert C. Stevens and Ann H. Stevens, 2010.

Miscellaneous files of Robert Sproule Stevens during the period when he was dean of Cornell Law School. Materials concerning the search for Stevens's successor. Also, a diary kept by Stevens as a young lawyer in Buffalo, 1914-1915, with entries about professional, social, and family events.

Also, letter relating to a tour of Switzerland and Italy taken by Robert and Jane Stevens in 2002, with a CD Rom version of the diary and sketches of Pauline Stevens' European trip in 1935-1936. Volume of letters received by Robert C. Stevens on his 80th birthday, volume of his replies, and CD of his 80th birthday party, January 3, 2004.

Copy of a talk by Jane K. Stevens to the Johnson School's "Women's Power Luncheon," 2004. Also Class of 1945 materials compiled by Jane Stevens, particularly relating to Reunions.

Correspondence, 1910-1914, relating to the Telephone Improvement Company, incorporated October 18, 1910, with Frederick C. Stevens as Director and principal offices in Attica, N.Y. Largely letters copied or sent to F. C. Stevens by Garrison Babcock, a telephone engineer who held over a dozen patents in telephony and managed several telephone companies, particularly the North Electric Company, of which Stevens was president for a time. Includes technical information about the "automanual system" that the company sold, and business, political, and other issues of the companies.

"Line A Day" diary of Marian Stevens, January 1, 1904 - December 31, 1908, with a bound edited transcript by Jane K. and Robert C. Stevens and Ann H. Stevens (with a CD copy); and Cornell memorabilia, including two scarves and three football buttons (2 Cornell, 1 Harvard).

DVDs of Stevens family trips and events including, Ireland and mainland Europe, San Francisco, Watkins Glen Grand Prix, Flights of Gemini III and Ranger IX, Africa, Barbados, Jamaica, Alaska and others.

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