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Kellogg Family Collection M100

Title:
Kellogg family collection
Creator:
Kellogg family
ID:
M100
Date [bulk]:
Bulk, 1780-1914
Date [inclusive]:
1780-1978, undated
Extent:
4.5 linear feet
Language:
English
Repository:
George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011
Abstract:
The collection contains 586 sermons by Elijah Kellogg and his son Elijah Kellogg, Jr., correspondence, undated manuscript drafts of essays and poetry, a history of the Kellogg family. Also included are Elijah Kellogg, Sr.,'s journals of his Passamaquoddy missions (1821-1831), legal, financial, personal and religious materials, images, and clippings.
Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Preferred Citation:

Kellogg Family Collection, George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine.

Both Elijah Kellogg, Sr., and his son Elijah Kellogg, Jr., were Congregational ministers with ties to Bowdoin College. The elder Kellogg (1761-1842) was a native of South Hadley, Massachusetts, a graduate of Dartmouth College (1785), and a soldier in the Revolutionary War. He was the first minister (1788-1811) of the Second Church in Portland, Maine, until a schism divided the church and part of the congregation left to form the Third Church, which Kellogg also served (1811-1821). After resigning his pulpit, Kellogg became a missionary to local Native Americans, keeping journals of his missions to Quoddy, Perry and Wells, Maine, including those to the Passamaquoddy tribe. He served Bowdoin as an overseer (1794-1798) and a trustee (1798-1824). Elijah Kellogg, Sr., married Eunice McLellan of Portland. Their son, Elijah Kellogg, Jr. (1813-1901; Bowdoin 1840), was a minister in Harpswell and Topsham, Maine (1844-1854 and 1871-1901); chaplain of the Seaman's Friends Society and pastor of Boston's Mariners' Church (1855-1865); and a popular lyceum lecturer. He is best remembered as the author of several successful series of juvenile adventure stories, including the Elm Island, Pleasant Cove and Whispering Pine series. He married Hannah Pearson Pomeroy and had three sons and one daughter.

The collection contains 586 sermons by father and son (1797-1898, n.d.), correspondence, most relating to Elijah Kellogg, Sr.,'s years with the Second and Third churches in Portland, undated manuscript drafts of essays and poetry by Elijah Kellogg, Jr., as well as a history of the Kellogg family. Also included are Elijah Kellogg, Sr.,'s journals of his Passamaquoddy missions (1821-1831), legal, financial, personal and religious materials, images, and clippings. There is also research material used by Wilmot B. Mitchell (Bowdoin 1890) for his 1903 book Elijah Kellogg, the Man and His Work. The papers are complemented by a collection of Elijah Kellogg, Jr.,'s published works.

Organized into 10 series: Sermons, 1780-1898, n.d. (divided into three subseries: Sermons: Elijah Kellogg, Sr., 1797-1839, n.d., Sermons: Elijah Kellogg, Jr., 1843-1898, n.d., and Sermons: General, 1780-1894, n.d.); Correspondence, 1780-1914, n.d.; Miscellaneous Writings, n.d.; Journals, Account Books, and Record Books, 1817-1926, n.d.; Printed Materials, 1842-1906, n.d.; Legal and Financial Materials, 1800-1904, n.d.; Personal and Religious Materials, 1811-1857, n.d.; Images, n.d.; Clippings, 1887-1978, n.d.; and Materials for W.B. Mitchell's book, "Elijah Kellogg: The Man and His Work", 1902-1905, n.d.

Family Name(s):
  • Kellogg family -- Archives.
Personal Name(s):
  • Kellogg , Elijah, 1813-1901
  • Kellogg, Elijah, 1761-1842
  • Mitchell, Wilmot Brookings, -- 1867-1962. -- Elijah Kellog, the man and his work.
Subject(s):
  • Authors, American -- Maine
  • Congregational churches -- Maine.
  • Passamaquoddy Indians -- Missions -- Maine.
  • Religion and Philosophy
  • Sermons, American -- 19th century.
  • Sermons, American -- Maine.

An unpublished indexed numbering system that lists the Biblical verses used in the sermons is available at the repository.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Series Description:

This series includes sermons by Elijah Kellogg, Sr. (1797-1839, n.d.), and Elijah Kellogg, Jr. (1843-1898, n.d.). There are also sermons from the elder Kellogg's ordination and funeral, as well as other sermons by unknown authors.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

1797 Nov 30: "A Thanksgiving Sermon Delivered in Portland"

Box 1 Folder 1

1798 Mar, May: #1,2

Box 1 Folder 2

1799 Apr, 180[?] Feb: #3,4

Box 1 Folder 3

1800 Feb, Apr, Jun: #5-7

Box 1 Folder 4

1801 Feb, May: #8,9

Box 1 Folder 5

1802 Nov, [n.m.]: #10-13

Box 1 Folder 6

1802 Jan, Apr: #14,15

Box 1 Folder 7

1802 May, Jul: #16-19

Box 1 Folder 8

1802 Aug: #20-22

Box 1 Folder 9

1802 Sep, Oct: #23-26

Box 1 Folder 10

1802 Nov, Dec: #27-29

Box 1 Folder 11

1802 Dec: #30,31

Box 1 Folder 12

1803 [n.m.]: #32

Box 1 Folder 13

1803 Jan, Mar: #33-37

Box 1 Folder 14

1803 Apr, Aug: #38-41

Box 1 Folder 15

1803 Oct, Dec: #42-44

Box 1 Folder 16

1804 Jun, 1805 [n.m.]: #45-48

Box 1 Folder 17

1805 Feb, Mar: #49,50

Box 1 Folder 18

1805 Jul, Aug, Sep: #51-54

Box 1 Folder 19

1805 Nov, Dec: #55-57

Box 1 Folder 20

1806 Jan, Mar: #58,59

Box 1 Folder 21

1806 Jun, Jul: #60-64

Box 1 Folder 22

1806 Oct, Nov: #65-67

Box 1 Folder 23

1807 [n.m.], Jan, Feb: #68-70

Box 1 Folder 24

1807 Jul, Aug: #71-73

Box 1 Folder 25

1808 Mar, Apr, Jun, Aug: #74-77

Box 1 Folder 26

1808 Mar

Box 1 Folder 27

1808 Oct, Nov: #78,79

Box 1 Folder 28

1809 Feb, Mar: #80-82

Box 1 Folder 29

1809 Apr, Jul: #83-85

Box 1 Folder 30

1809 Aug, Oct: #86,87

Box 1 Folder 31

1810: Feb, Aug, [Nov/Dec], Dec: #88-91

Box 1 Folder 32-33

1811 [n.m.], Jan: #92-94

Box 1 Folder 34

1811 Apr, May: #95,96

Box 1 Folder 35

1812 [n.m.], Mar, Jun: #97-99

Box 1 Folder 36

1812 Aug: #100,101

Box 1 Folder 37

1813 Nov: #102

Box 1 Folder 38

1814 [n.m.], ["Old Testament"]: #103-106

Box 1 Folder 39

1814 [n.m.], ["New Testament"]: #107-113

Box 1 Folder 40

1814 Mar, Jul, Oct, Nov: #114-117

Box 1 Folder 41

1815 [n.m.], Mar, Aug: #118-120

Box 1 Folder 42

1815 Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec: #121-124

Box 1 Folder 43

1816 [n.m.]: #125-127

Box 1 Folder 44

1816 Mar, Apr: #128-129

Box 1 Folder 45

1816 May, Jul, Aug: #130-133

Box 1 Folder 46

1816 Oct, Dec: #134-136

Box 1 Folder 47

1817 [n.m.], Jan, Mar: #137-140

Box 1 Folder 48

1818 [n.m.], Nov: #141-143

Box 1 Folder 49

1818 Feb, Oct: #144,145

Box 1 Folder 50

1819 [n.m.]: #146,147

Box 1 Folder 51

1820 Aug: #148

Box 1 Folder 52

1821 May, Nov: #149,150

Box 1 Folder 53

1825 Jun, 1826 [n.m.]: #151,152

Box 1 Folder 54

1827 [n.m.], Mar: #153,154

Box 1 Folder 55

1828 [n.m.], 1829 [n.m.]: #155-158

Box 1 Folder 56

1829 Jul, Dec: #159,160

Box 1 Folder 57

1831 Apr, Jun: #161-163

Box 1 Folder 58

1833 [n.m.], Jul: #164,165

Box 1 Folder 59

1834 [n.m.], Jan, Feb: #166-170

Box 1 Folder 60

1834 Mar, May, Aug: #171-173

Box 1 Folder 61

1835 Jul, Aug, Sep: #174-178

Box 1 Folder 62

1836 [n.m.], 1839 May: #179,180

Box 1 Folder 63

184[?]: #181

Box 1 Folder 64

Undated

Box 1 Folder 65-71

1843 Apr: #182

Box 1 Folder 72

1845 [n.m.], Aug: #183,184

Box 1 Folder 73

1849 [n.m.], 1854 [n.m.]: #185-188

Box 1 Folder 74

1854 [n.m.], 1855 [n.m.]: #189-190

Box 1 Folder 75

1855 [n.m.]: #191-193

Box 1 Folder 76

1855 [n.m.]: #194-197

Box 1 Folder 77

1855 [n.m.]: #198-201

Box 1 Folder 78

1855 [n.m.]: #202-205

Box 1 Folder 79

1855 [n.m.]: #205a

Box 1 Folder 80

1855 [n.m.], Jul: #206-208

Box 1 Folder 81

1856 [n.m.]: #209-211

Box 1 Folder 82

1856 [n.m.]: #212-215

Box 2 Folder 1

1856 [n.m.]: #216-219

Box 2 Folder 2

1856 [n.m.]: #220-222

Box 2 Folder 3

1856 [n.m.]: #223-225

Box 2 Folder 4

1856 [n.m.]: #226,227

Box 2 Folder 5

1856 [n.m.]: #228,229

Box 2 Folder 6

1856 [n.m.]: #230,231

Box 2 Folder 7

1856 [n.m.]: #232,233

Box 2 Folder 8

1856 [n.m.]: #234,235

Box 2 Folder 9

1856 Jan: #236,237

Box 2 Folder 10

1856 Jan, Feb: #238,239

Box 2 Folder 11

1856 Apr, Oct: #240-242

Box 2 Folder 12

1857 [n.m.]: #243-245

Box 2 Folder 13

1857 [n.m.]: #246-249

Box 2 Folder 14

1857 [n.m.]: #250,251

Box 2 Folder 15

1857 [n.m.]: #252-254

Box 2 Folder 16

1857 [n.m.]: #255,256

Box 2 Folder 17

1857 [n.m.]: #257,258

Box 2 Folder 18

1857 [n.m.]: #259,260

Box 2 Folder 19

1857 [n.m.]: #261,262

Box 2 Folder 20

1857 [n.m.]: #263,264

Box 2 Folder 21

1857 [n.m.]: #265,266

Box 2 Folder 22

1857 Jan, Dec: #267-270

Box 2 Folder 23

1858 [n.m.]: #271-274

Box 2 Folder 24

1858 [n.m.]: #275-280

Box 2 Folder 25

1858 [n.m.]: #281-283

Box 2 Folder 26

1858 [n.m.]: #284-286

Box 2 Folder 27

1858 [n.m.], Jan: #287,288

Box 2 Folder 28

1858 Jan, Jul: #289-291

Box 2 Folder 29

1859 [n.m.]: #292,293

Box 2 Folder 30

1859 [n.m.]: #294,295

Box 2 Folder 31

1859 [n.m.]: #296,297

Box 2 Folder 32

1859 [n.m.]: #298,299

Box 2 Folder 33

1859 [n.m.]: #300-302

Box 2 Folder 34

1859 [n.m.]: #303,304

Box 2 Folder 35

1859 [n.m.]: #305,306

Box 2 Folder 36

1859 Jan, Jun: #307-309

Box 2 Folder 37

1859 Jun, Aug: #310-312

Box 2 Folder 38

1860 [n.m.]: #313,314

Box 2 Folder 39

1860 [n.m.]: #315,316

Box 2 Folder 40

1860 [n.m.]: #317-319

Box 2 Folder 41

1860 [n.m.]: #320,321

Box 2 Folder 42

1860 [n.m.]: #322,323

Box 2 Folder 43

1860 [n.m.]: #324,325

Box 2 Folder 44

1860 [n.m.]: #326,327

Box 2 Folder 45

1860 [n.m.]: #328-330

Box 2 Folder 46

1860 [n.m.]: #331,332

Box 2 Folder 47

1860 [n.m.]: #333,334

Box 2 Folder 48

1860 [n.m.]: #335,336

Box 2 Folder 49

1860 [n.m.]: #337,338

Box 2 Folder 50

1860 [n.m.]: #339,340

Box 2 Folder 51

1860 [n.m.]: #341,342

Box 2 Folder 52

1860 [n.m.], May: #343-345

Box 2 Folder 53

1860 Jun: #346,347

Box 2 Folder 54

1860 Sep, Oct: #348,349

Box 2 Folder 55

1860 Nov, Dec: #350-353

Box 2 Folder 56

1861 [n.m.]: #354,355

Box 2 Folder 57

1861 [n.m.]: #356,357

Box 2 Folder 58

1861 [n.m.]: #358,359

Box 2 Folder 59

1861 [n.m.]: #360-361

Box 2 Folder 60

1861 [n.m.]: #362-364

Box 2 Folder 61

1861 [n.m.]: #365,366

Box 2 Folder 62

1861 [n.m.], Feb: #367,368

Box 2 Folder 63

1861 Feb, Mar: #369,370

Box 2 Folder 64

1861 Dec: #371-373

Box 2 Folder 65

1862 [n.m.]: #374-377

Box 2 Folder 66

1862 [n.m.]: #378,379

Box 2 Folder 67

1862 Jan: #380,381

Box 2 Folder 68

1862 May, Nov: #382-384

Box 2 Folder 69

1862 Dec: #385-387

Box 3 Folder 1

1862 Dec: #388-390

Box 3 Folder 2

1863 [n.m.], Jan: #391-393

Box 3 Folder 3

1863 Jan: #394-396

Box 3 Folder 4

1863 Feb: #397-399

Box 3 Folder 5

1863 Feb: #400-402

Box 3 Folder 6

1863 Feb, May, Oct: #403-405

Box 3 Folder 7

1863 Nov, 1864 [n.m.]: #406-408

Box 3 Folder 8

1864 [n.m.], May: #409,410

Box 3 Folder 9

1865 [n.m.]: #411-413

Box 3 Folder 10

1865 Jan, May: #414,415

Box 3 Folder 11

1866 [n.m.]: #416,417

Box 3 Folder 12

1867 [n.m.]: #418,419

Box 3 Folder 13

1867 [n.m.]: #420-422

Box 3 Folder 14

1867 Dec, 1869 Sep: #423-425

Box 3 Folder 15

1870 [n.m.], May, Jul: #426-428

Box 3 Folder 16

1875 [n.m.]: #429-432

Box 3 Folder 17

1875 [n.m.]: #433-436

Box 3 Folder 18

1875 Jun, Aug, 1876 [n.m.]: #437-440

Box 3 Folder 19

1876 [n.m.]: #441-444

Box 3 Folder 20

1876 [n.m.]: #445-448

Box 3 Folder 21

1876 [n.m.]: #449-452

Box 3 Folder 22

1876 [n.m.]: #452a

Box 3 Folder 23

1877 [n.m.]: #453-456

Box 3 Folder 24

1877 Aug, 1878 [n.m.]: #457,458

Box 3 Folder 25

1878 Aug, 1880 [n.m.]: #459-461

Box 3 Folder 26

1880 Feb, 1881 Jan, 1882 [n.m.]: #462-464

Box 3 Folder 27

1882 Jun, Jul: #465-467

Box 3 Folder 28

1882 Aug: #468-471

Box 3 Folder 29

1882 Sep: #472-474

Box 3 Folder 30

1882 Oct, Dec: #475-478

Box 3 Folder 31

1883 [n.m.]: #479-482

Box 3 Folder 32

1883 [n.m.]: #483-489

Box 3 Folder 33

1883 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr: #490-496

Box 3 Folder 34

1883 Apr, May: #497-502

Box 3 Folder 35

1883 Jul, Sep, Oct: #503-506

Box 3 Folder 36

1883 Nov, Dec: #507-510

Box 3 Folder 37

1884 [n.m.]: #511-515

Box 3 Folder 38

1884 [n.m.], Jan: #516-521

Box 3 Folder 39

1884 Feb, Mar: #522-526

Box 3 Folder 40

1884 Apr, Jun: #527-531

Box 3 Folder 41

1884 Jul, Dec: #532,533

Box 3 Folder 42

1885 [n.m.], Jan: #534-538

Box 3 Folder 43

1885 Feb, Mar: #539-542

Box 3 Folder 44

1885 Apr, May: #543-547

Box 3 Folder 45

1885 Sep, Oct, Nov: #548-555

Box 3 Folder 46

1886 Feb, Mar: #556-560

Box 3 Folder 47

1886 Sep, Oct, Nov: #561-565

Box 3 Folder 48

1887 [n.m.], Jan, Feb: #566-569

Box 3 Folder 49

1887 Apr, 1888 Sep: #570,571

Box 3 Folder 50

1889 [n.m.], Jun, 1891 [n.m.]: #572-575

Box 3 Folder 51

1891 Jun, 1893 [n.m.], Aug: #576-579

Box 3 Folder 52

1892 Nov 24

Box 3 Folder 53

1894 Feb, Jun, Sep: #580-583

Box 3 Folder 54

1896 Oct, 1898 [n.m.], Aug: #584-586

Box 3 Folder 55

Undated

Box 3 Folder 56-60

1780-1894, n.d.: sermons, authors unknown

Box 3 Folder 61-67

1788 Oct: "Mr. Thacher's Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Kellogg"

Box 3 Folder 68

1842 Mar 12: funeral of Mr. Kellogg

Box 3 Folder 69

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Series Description:

Contains correspondence of both Elijah Kellogg, Sr., and Jr. The bulk of Elijah Kellogg, Sr.,'s correspondence concerns the schism in the Second Church, resulting in the formation of the Third Church. Elijah Kellogg, Jr.,'s correspondence consists primarily of family letters. Also included is correspondence concerning the Kellogg Memorial at Bowdoin College.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

1780 Aug 30 [Call to Second Parish]

Box 4 Folder 1

1811 Jan-Aug

Box 4 Folder 2

1811 Sep

Box 4 Folder 3

1811 Oct-Nov

Box 4 Folder 4

1811 Dec

Box 4 Folder 5

1812 Jan-Feb

Box 4 Folder 6

1812 Mar

Box 4 Folder 7

1813-1820

Box 4 Folder 8

1821-1823

Box 4 Folder 9

1826

Box 4 Folder 10

1831

Box 4 Folder 11

1839

Box 4 Folder 12

1844-1845

Box 4 Folder 13

1856

Box 4 Folder 14

1858

Box 4 Folder 15

1865

Box 4 Folder 16

1884-1886

Box 4 Folder 17

1887-1888

Box 4 Folder 18

1889

Box 4 Folder 19

1890-1891

Box 4 Folder 20

1892-1893

Box 4 Folder 21

1894

Box 4 Folder 22

1895

Box 4 Folder 23

1896-1897

Box 4 Folder 24

1898-1899

Box 4 Folder 25

1900-1901

Box 4 Folder 26

1903-1904

Box 4 Folder 27

1914 [correspondence concerning the Kellogg Memorial]

Box 4 Folder 28

n.d.

Box 4 Folder 29

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by title.

Series Description:

Contains undated manuscript drafts of essays and poetry by Elijah Kellogg, Jr., as well as a history of the Kellogg family.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

"Awful Alarm, The" [Elijah Kellogg, Jr.]

Box 4 Folder 30

"Beaver" [Elijah Kellogg, Jr.]

Box 4 Folder 31

"Bowdoin College: Its Religious Interests"

Box 4 Folder 32

"Centurion, The"

Box 4 Folder 33

Commencement speech, Bowdoin College, 1890 Jul 28 [Elijah Kellogg, Jr.]

Box 4 Folder 34

"Decius"

Box 4 Folder 35

[Delivered at the Old Meeting House in Harpswell]

Box 4 Folder 36

"Discontented Brook, The"

Box 4 Folder 37

"G[?] D[?], The" [Elijah Kellogg, Jr.]

Box 4 Folder 38

"General Gage and the Boston Boys"

Box 4 Folder 39

"Hannibal at the Altar"

Box 4 Folder 40

[Historical sketch of Kellogg family]

Box 4 Folder 41

"Labor"

Box 4 Folder 42

"Leonidas"

Box 4 Folder 43

"Lion Ben"

Box 4 Folder 44-47

"Ma'am Price" [Elijah Kellogg, Jr.]

Box 4 Folder 48

"Magic Key, The"

Box 4 Folder 49

Manuscript notes: "Hannibal at the Altar"

Box 4 Folder 50

Manuscript notes

Box 4 Folder 51

"Old Age of the Christian Scholar, The"

Box 4 Folder 52

Oration, pronounced at Portland, 1795 Jul 4, being the birthday of Columbian freedom

Box 4 Folder 53

"Pcilius"

Box 4 Folder 54

"Plea for the Sailor, A" [Elijah Kellogg, Jr.]

Box 4 Folder 55

Poetry

Box 4 Folder 56

Poetry [printed]

Box 4 Folder 57

Poetry: Elijah Kellogg, Jr.

Box 4 Folder 58

[Ships and sailors]

Box 4 Folder 59

"Sowed by the Wind;" or, "The Poor Boy's Fortune" [printed]

Box 4 Folder 60

Untitled

Box 4 Folder 61-67

Untitled [Elijah Kellogg, Jr.]

Box 4 Folder 68-73

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by material type, then chronologically.

Series Description:

Contains journals, account books, and record books from both Elijah Kellogg, Jr., and Sr., including Elijah Kellogg, Sr.,'s journals of his Passamaquoddy missions (1821-1831).

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Account Book:

Box 4 Folder

1817-1818

Box 4 Folder 74

Journals:

Box 4 Folder

1821 "Mission to Quoddy"

Box 4 Folder 75

1821 [copy]

Box 4 Folder 76

1822

Box 4 Folder 77

1825

Box 4 Folder 78

1826

Box 4 Folder 79

1827

Box 4 Folder 80

1831

Box 4 Folder 81

1886

Box 4 Folder 82

n.d.

Box 4 Folder 83

Record Books:

Box 4 Folder

Family record

Box 4 Folder 84

Marriages

Box 4 Folder 85

Record of the Second Church of Christ in Portland

Box 4 Folder 86

Subscribers to "Sailor Magazine" in Boston

Box 4 Folder 87

Subscription Book:

Box 4 Folder

1828 Sep - 1830 Jan 1

Box 4 Folder 88

Typescripts and photocopies:

Box 4 Folder

1822, 1926, journal

Box 4 Folder 89

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by item.

Series Description:

Contains miscellaneous printed materials, including a listing of Elijah Kellogg, Jr.,'s books.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Letter to Hon. Leopold Morse, by William Gray, 1882 Feb 2

Box 5 Folder 1

Miscellaneous printed materials, 1842-1906, n.d.

Box 5 Folder 2

Pamphlet: "Elijah Kellogg's Books", n.d.

Box 5 Folder 3

Plan of the Town of Freeman, 1808

Box 5 Folder 4

"Rev. Elijah Kellogg: Author, Preacher, Man" by Paul Cook, 1905

Box 5 Folder 5

Winthrop S. Joran biography, n.d.

Box 5 Folder 6

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by item.

Series Description:

Contains miscellaneous legal and financial materials, including Shepard and Lee copyrights.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Copyrights for Lee Shepard accounts

Box 5 Folder 7

Miscellaneous documents and meeting minutes

Box 5 Folder 8

Miscellaneous financial documents and notes

Box 5 Folder 9

Miscellaneous legal documents

Box 5 Folder 10

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by item.

Series Description:

Contains miscellaneous personal and religious materials, including a diagram of the interior of a church and Elijah Kellogg, Sr.,'s honorable discharge.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Church temperance meeting, 1857 Jan 1

Box 5 Folder 11

Diagram of church seating

Box 5 Folder 12

Elijah Kellogg, Sr.'s honorable discharge, 1824 Jun 7

Box 5 Folder 13

Membership to American Bible Society

Box 5 Folder 14

Minutes of Portland Ecclesiastical Council, 1811

Box 5 Folder 15

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Series Description:

Contains images of both Elijah Kellogg Jr. and Sr., as well as images of unidentified people, places, and objects.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Elijah Kellogg, Jr.

Box 5 Folder 16

Elijah Kellogg, Sr.

Box 5 Folder 17

People, unidentified

Box 5 Folder 18

Places and objects

Box 5 Folder 19

Series Description:

Contains clippings mostly regarding Elijah Kellogg, Jr.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Clippings, 1887-1978, n.d.

Box 5 Folder 20-22

Arrangement:

Alphabetical by material type.

Series Description:

Contains research material used by Wilmot B. Mitchell (Bowdoin 1890) for his 1903 book "Elijah Kellogg, the Man and His Work."

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Clippings, 1904, n.d.

Box 5 Folder 23

Correspondence, 1902-1905, n.d.

Box 5 Folder 24

Typescript, n.d.

Box 5 Folder 25
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