Manuscripts and Archives Division
- 31 linear feet (57 boxes, 16 v.)
Restricted access; Manuscripts and Archives Division; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Collection consists of correspondence, land papers, legal and financial papers, maps, and printed matter. Correspondence, 1816-1918, includes incoming letters from clients and family members. Land papers for New York and other states, 1793-1896, contain indentures, land deeds, surveys, articles of agreement, contracts, and bonds. Legal papers, ca. 1816-1909, include court records,minutes, church and school records, and estate papers. Financial papers, 1810-1880, consist of accounts, cash books, daybooks, ledgers, court registers, and pension claims. Also includes maps and printed matter.
William Sears Stow (1797-1880) and his son De Lancey Stow (1841-1925) were lawyers in Wayne County, New York.
Controlled Access Terms
- Law firms -- New York (State)
- New York (State) -- History -- 1775-1865.
- New York (State) -- History -- 1865-
- Wayne County (N.Y.)
- Bonds (financial instruments)
- Surveys (land)
Additional Creator Names
- Stow, De Lancey, 1841-1925.
- Stow, William Sears, 1797-1880.