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Preliminary Guide to the Blaine Family Papers
1848-1862



Manuscript Collection No.: 4611
Accession No.: 4611-001
Creator: Blaine family , creator
Title: Blaine family papers
Date Span: 1848-1862
Quantity: 116 items
1 microfilm reel : positive
Languages: Collection materials are in English.




Biographical Note

David E. Blaine, 1824-1900, and wife Catherine. Representative of East Genesee Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church, New York, to Puget Sound; was Seattle's first minister, founder of First Methodist Episcopal Church of Seattle. Wife Catherine was first Seattle school teacher.Lived in Seattle 1853-1856 until sent to Oregon, 1856-1862. Returned to N.Y. till 1882 then requested return to Seattle and it was granted.

Scope and Content

Papers, including letters, a poem, and writings; 1848-1862.

Writings of David Blaine re Methodism in Puget Sound region, Indian ars, pioneer life in seattle, 1853-1856; and Oregon, 1856-1862.

Correspondence: letters from Blaine-44; letters to Blaine-2 (C. S. Kingsley, E. S. James); letters from Catherine-60; letters to Catherine, 1 (C. Alderson)

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Also available on microfilm included in this accession. May be borrowed through interlibrary loan.

Restrictions on Access

Open to all users.

Restrictions on Use

Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info

Gift of Edward L. Blaine; Poem: gift of Thomas W. Prosch, 1920?


Subject Terms

Family Names:
Blaine family--Archives.
Blaine, Catherine.
Organizations:
First Methodist Episcopal Church (Seattle, Wash.)
Last modified: October 25, 2013
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