Miscellaneous Imprints - 8th Vermont Association Constitution and By-Laws, Year Book of Christ Church Parish, Houston, The Harvest Carnival Ball Program; Sweeny & Coombs Opera House Official Program, Dedicatory Service First Presbyterian Church, The Legend of Houston, Kinkaid Almanac, 1888-1933 1888; 1902; 21 November 1893; 31 March 1901; 1933; 5 December 1924
Scope and Contents
The main portion of the collection is correspondence between various family members, with most written by the children and grandchildren of Charles K. Dillingham, who settled in Houston and played an integral part in the development of a predecessor bank of the Texas Commerce Bank. He, his wife Frances Cutter Dillingham, and their two children, Edwin K. and Mary Pauline, were very active socially, and the Dillingham name remains important in Houston.
Originally from Vermont, some of the members of the Dillingham family remained there and contributed to the prosperity of that state. Paul Dillingham was governor of Vermont, and his son William served as a United States Senator for several years. Both the personal and business papers of these men are included in the collection.
- 1888-1933 1888; 1902; 21 November 1893; 31 March 1901; 1933; 5 December 1924
Conditions Governing Access
From the Collection: 3.5 Linear Feet ( (7 boxes))
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English