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Catlin, Guy, 1782-1853
Title: Guy Catlin Papers
Dates:  1789-1873
Extent:  0.4 Linear feet1 box
Abstract: Guy Catlin (1782-1853) moved to Vermont during the 1790's, joining his brother Moses in Burlington. Guy Catlin formed the Lake Champlain Steamboat Co., later Champlain Transportation Co., in 1813. In 1830, in partnership with his brother Moses, Guy erected the Burlington Flour Mill at Winooski Falls. Three years later the Winooski Manufacturing Co. was incorporated. The Guy Catlin papers contain family and business papers relating to Alexander Catlin of Litchfield, CT, Moses Catlin (1770-1842) of Litchfield and Burlington, VT, Guy Catlin of Burlington, and Lynde Catlin of New York City.
Allen family
Title: Allen Family Papers
Dates:  1730-1870
Extent:  12.0 Linear feet29 boxes
Abstract: Correspondence, deeds, land surveys, legal records, bills, receipts, and military and other papers, relating to political affairs in Vermont, military affairs in Vermont, Canada, France, New York, and Pennsylvania, Allen’s land dealings, American Revolution, Haldimand negotiations (1780-83), Directory of the French Republic (1795-99), Napoleon Bonaparte, Allen’s trip to France for arms for Vermont in the 1790’s, and his imprisonment in England.
Castle, Marshall, 1799-1875
Title: Marshall Castle Papers
Extent:  1 box
Abstract:  Marshall Castle (1799-1875) represented the town of Essex in the General Assembly, and held other important offices of trust. The Marshall Castle papers include correspondence with family and townspeople, bills, receipts, notes, documents, land surveys, accounts and other papers. The collection contains materials from Marshall's father, Abel Castle, in addition to Marshall's papers.
Alfred K. Ballard Pottery Co.
Title: Alfred K. Ballard Pottery Co. Collection
Dates:  1860-1892
Extent:  1 Carton
Abstract: The Alfred K. Ballard Papers consist of information about the day to day activities of his pottery business. Pottery Invoices and reciepts make up the bulk of the collection.