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Rixford Axe Company.
Title: Rixford Axe Company Records
Dates:  1804-1951
Extent:  26.0 Linear feet22 cartons which includes 98 volumes
Abstract: The Rixford Axe Company was established in East Highgate, Vermont, by Luther Rixford; closed 1950s. Collection includes chiefly business correspondance,(19 letter books, 55 journals, 5 ledgers, 3 cashbooks, and 7 miscellaneous vols.) together with miscellaneous personal and business papers including legal papers, deeds, bank statements, and family photos of Luther Rixford, Oscar H. Rixford and his wife Elizabeth (Leach) Rixford, and Susan K. Rixford and Mary E. (Rixford) Knight, daughters of Oscar S. Rixford.
Canfield, Thomas H., (Thomas Hawley) 1822-1897.
Title: Thomas Hawley Canfield Papers
Extent:  4 cartons, 1 oversize volume
Abstract: The Thomas H. Canfield Papers can be divided into three sections: the correspondence and papers of Thomas H. Canfield, Sr., those of his son, Thomas H. Canfield, Jr. (1874-1964?), and those of the Hopkins family into which Canfield, Sr., married. The collection contains biographical and genealogical material for both families.
Rixford Axe Company.
Title: Rixford Axe Company Records
Dates:  1804-1951
Extent:  26.0 Linear feet22 cartons which includes 98 volumes
Abstract: The Rixford Axe Company was established in East Highgate, Vermont, by Luther Rixford; closed 1950s. Collection includes chiefly business correspondance,(19 letter books, 55 journals, 5 ledgers, 3 cashbooks, and 7 miscellaneous vols.) together with miscellaneous personal and business papers including legal papers, deeds, bank statements, and family photos of Luther Rixford, Oscar H. Rixford and his wife Elizabeth (Leach) Rixford, and Susan K. Rixford and Mary E. (Rixford) Knight, daughters of Oscar S. Rixford.
University of Vermont. Library. Special Collections Dept.
Title: Vermont Large Bound Manuscripts
Dates:  1756-1983
Extent:  100.0 Linear feet
Abstract: This collection consists of over 800 large (over 28 cm.) bound manuscript volumes documenting Vermont. The volumes were created by individuals and organizations and include account books, record books, photo albums, scrapbooks, and docket books.