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Arnold family

 Family

Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:

Notecard of The Cave of the Navitity

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Identifier: M069.04.0002.00001.00002.00009
Abstract Notecard of The Cave of the Navitity, from painting by Mrs. P. A. F. Stephenson.
Dates: 1750-1930

Phipps, Pownall, 1828-1836

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Identifier: M069.01.0001.0007
Abstract Letters from Pownall Phipps to Richard Arnold
Dates: 1828-1836

Phipps, Sophia Matilda (Arnold), 1805-1813

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Identifier: M069.01.0001.0008
Abstract Transcribed letters from Sophia Phipps to Richard and Henry Arnold
Dates: 1805-1813

Portion of a Family Tree of Benedict Arnold

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Identifier: M069.04.0002.00001.00002.00003

Portion of a Family Tree of Benedict Arnold

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Identifier: M069.04.0002.00001.00002.00004

Program for Exhibition of Water Colours ''The Holy Land'' Petra & Hong Kong by Mrs. P. A. F. Stephenson O.B.E.

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Identifier: M069.04.0002.00001.00002.00002
Abstract Program for Exhibition of Water Colours ''The Holy Land'' Petra & Hong Kong by Mrs. P. A. F. Stephenson O.B.E. with a note that Mrs. Stephenson was the wife of Gen. Theodore Stephenson, Great Grandson of General Benedict Arnold and Peggy Shippen.
Dates: 1750-1930

Sampler by Ellen Amelia Arnold, age 13

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Identifier: M069.04.0002.00001.00003.00001
Abstract Sampler stitched by Ellen Amelia Arnold, aged 13. Amelia married James Porter in 1948.
Dates: 1750-1930

Table Showing Connections of Benedict Arnold Mentioned in the Text

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Identifier: M069.04.0002.00001.00005.00001
Abstract Table Showing Connections of Benedict Arnold Mentioned in the Text. Shows a family tree of Benedict Arnold, with notations by Helen Chadwick.
Dates: 1750-1930

Taking of Fort Ticonderoga Celebrated on Restored Site, 1936

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Identifier: M069.04.0002.00001.00002.00005
Abstract Taking of Fort Ticonderoga Celebrated on Restored Site. Clipping from Christian Science Monitor, 1936
Dates: 1936

The Redeemer by Garlo Dolce

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Identifier: M069.04.0002.00001.00002.00010
Abstract The Redeemer by Garlo Dolce. Note indicates that it was a frontispiece in the Bible that belonged to Richard Arnold.
Dates: 1750-1930