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Charles Smith Ogden (1822-1904) was a Quaker businessman, genealogist, and civic leader. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, educated in Friends' schools, and married Emma Corbit in 1848. He worked as a wholesale druggist before the Civil War, was active on the committee to elect Abraham Lincoln, and served as Consul to Quebec, Canada, 1860-1864. In 1886, he began a tour around the world, which is recounted in his travel diaries, 1886-1891. This collection contains genealogical material, family correspondence, scrapbooks and memorabilia. Of particular interest are letters included in the scrapbooks from correspondents including Elias and Edward Hicks, Benjamin Ferris, and John Comly.
Additional Authors and Contributors
Ser. 1. Biographical and genealogical material, 1558-1896
|Arrangement of the material in this series follows as nearly as
possible the table of contents of Historica genealogica set up by Charles S.
Ogden. See Folder 1 in Box 1.
|Historica Genealogica, Vol. 1, "Ogden, Name and Family prior to A.D. 1682," 1558-1740||Box 1|
|Material on Thomas Ogden, clockmaker of Sunderland Eng.||(Ms.)||Box 1|
|Orthographic changes in family name, from
Actor, de Oketon, de Hoton, de Octune, Hocton, Hoghton, de Ocktone, de Oktok, de Ockton, Okedone, Okedon, Oakden, Okden
|Extracts from minutes of Brighouse Monthly Meeting||1701-1740||Box 1|
|Extracts from Bradford Parish Church records||1558, 1562, 1563||Box 1|
|Ogden hearth list||1666||Box 1|
|From record of Parish church of Rochdale, County of Lancaster, Eng., concerning Ogden family, 1582-1641:||Box 1|
|Historica Genealogica, Vol. 2, “Ogden, David my ancestors descendants in Penna. from A.D. 1682.”||Box 1|
|Chart, Ogden Family, from H. Corbit Ogden, b. 1849, to David, b. 1655 (see Gen. Charts)||Folder 2.|
|Scrapbook No. 1. Historica Genealogica, Vol.2., 1558-1896||Folder 3.|
|Biographical and genealogical material, 1682, 1705, n.d.||Box 1|
|Page 7a. Information regarding Friends called Ogden, prior to 1682. The name was found most frequently in Yorkshire, Eng.||Box 1|
|Page 16. Will of Tho. Herriott, bearing signature of David Ogdon [sic]||7-26-1682||(copy)||Box 1|
|Pages 25-27. Biographical information on Martha [Holton, Houlten, Houldstone], wife of David Ogden.||Box 1|
|Page 34. Will of David Ogden,||5-16-1705||(copy)||Box 1|
|Page 35. First generation, David Ogden.||Box 1|
|Pages 36-43. Second generation.||Box 1|
|Pages 44-57. Third generation.||Box 1|
|Pages 58-77. Fourth generation.||Box 1|
|Pages 78-110. Fifth generation.||Box 1|
|Pages 111-157. Sixth generation.||Box 1|
|Pages 159-192. Seventh generation.||Box 1|
|Pages 199-212. Eighth generation.||Box 1|
|Reference material: Quaker, 1681-1685|
|Page 3. Historical notes on the “Two-Weeks Meeting”,
earliest of London Meetings for Discipline.
Later merged with “Bull and Mouth Meeting.”
|Page 5. Wm. Penn's statement regarding naming of Penna.||1-5-1681||(copy)||Box 1|
|Pages 7,8. Account of Wm Penn's voyage on ship “Welcome”, and his arrival.||cca. 9-1-1682||Box 1|
|Pages 9-11. List of some of “Welcome” passengers, with biographical note on several.||1682||Box 1|
|Page 14. "A further Account of the Province of Penna. and Its Improvements, For the Satisfaction of those that are Adventurers, and inclined to be so”, by Wm. Penn, Worminghurst Place, from Pennsylvania Two Hundred Years Ago.||10-12-1685||Box 1|
|Page 21. Notes on First Friends' Meeting in Philadelphia, from Watson's Annals||Box 1|
|Page 22a. Account of destruction of “Treaty Elm”||Box 1|
Record in Monthly Meeting
Book of meeting established at Fairman's residence at Shackamaxon
re: David Ogden's presentation of certificate from Friends in London.
|Page 23. Minute regarding proposed intention of marriage of David Ogden and Martha Houlston, at Meeting in Chester. (tracing)||11-4-1685||Box 1|
|Pages 66a, 66. Account of title of Monthly Meeting of Friends at Green St., Phila., to Burial Ground and Farm, taken from “Historical Account of Fairhill Burial Ground” p. 17-23, with cuts.||Box 1|
|Page 85. Account of 200th anniversary of Lower Merion Meeting.||Box 1|
|Page 176. “Memorial”, Elizabeth M. Ellison; “In Memoriam”, F. Perot Ogden.||Box 1|
|Page 188a. Clipping, wedding of Alice Troth and John Drexel.||4-27-186?||Box 1|
|Reference material: Non-Quaker|
|Page 176. Supplement to the Troy Daily Times, Troy NY,||19-1896||Box 1|
|Pictures, 1682, n.d.|
|Page 3a. “The Quakers' Meeting”, by E. Hemskirck, Pinx||(2 copies)||Box 1|
|Page 19. Belt of Wampum delivered by the Indians to Wm. Penn at the “Great Treaty at Shackamaxon||1682||Box 1|
|Page 20. Friends' Meeting House at Burlington, NJ||Box 1|
|Page 85. “The Ancient Marion Meeting House”||Box 1|
|Page 129a. Edward Ogden, Sallie Morris Perot Ogden||Box 1|
|Page 130a. Alfred Ogden, Alice Ida Weiss Ogden||Box 1|
|Descendants of David Ogden, generations 1-6||(paperbound ms. sheet)||Box 1|
|Additional biographical and genealogical notes, generations 1 & 2, 4-8||Folder 5|
|Ms. notes on Ogden family taken from "The Digested Copy of The Records of Births, of The Society of Friends, Quarterly Meeting of Yorkshire, Eng."||Folder 6.|
|Biographical and genealogical material collected by J. M. Ogden of Ilkley, Eng.||Folder 7.|
|Copy of Third Item of Will of Chas. S. Ogden
Received 8-14-1905 from Provident Life and Trust Co. of Phila. regarding Chas. S. Ogden's bequest to Swarthmore College.
|Chas. S. Ogden's commission as Postmaster of Oakdale.||1-17-1866||Folder 9|
|Additional David Ogden material.
Includes information on J. M. Ogden and family.
|Warrant in connection with purchase of 200 acres in Chester Co. by David Ogden, from Wm. Penn||12-29-1683||(copy)||Box 1|
|David Ogden's will.||5-16-1705||Box 1|
|"Inventories of the reale and parsonall Estate of David Ogden.” [sic]||9-14-1705||Box 1|
|Biographical information concerning Martha Ogden, wife of David Ogden, her father, and other members of her family||Box 1|
|Biographical information concerning John Ogden's sisters, Hannah and Sarah||Box 1|
|"Information for My Executors, Lizzie Ogden, Curtis A. Darling”, signed by H. Corbit Ogden, N. Y.||1-6-1891||Folder 11|
|Historica Genealogica, Vol. 5. “Meng J. Christopher, his descendants in America,” 1891||Box 2|
|Chart of descendants of John Christopher Eng, b. 1869, to H. Corbit Ogden, b. 1849.||Folder 12|
|“Descendants of Johann Christoph Meng”, paperbound ms.
Includes extract from “The Battle of Germantown, The Revolutionary Services of Capt. John Markland”, from the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography.
|(paperbound ms.notes)||Folder 13|
|“Descendants of Johann Christoph Meng and Anna
Baumanin M. nee Baroness Von Ebsten, in the Province of Penna.”
Includes article from The Penna. Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 6, No.4, 1882, p.377-401, “The Germantown Road and Its Associations,” by Townsend Ward. Includes, also, printed sheet on John Christopher Meng and his artist son, John.
|Note on Ming (Meng) genealogy, with accompanying letter from Hannah Zell to Corbit Ogden||6-4-1891.||Folder 15.|
|“Ogden and Corbit. Chart starting with H. Corbit and Middleton Ogden and extending back six generations.”||Vol. 6|
|Includes information on Ogden, Middleton, Low, Meng, Corbit, and other families in the Ogden ancestry. Photographs as follows:||Box 2|
|Charles Smith Ogden.||Box 2|
|Emma Corbit Ogden, wife of Charles S.||Box 2|
|H. Corbit Ogden, son of Charles S.||Box 2|
|Middleton Ogden, son of Charles S.||Box 2|
|Lizzie Bowman Ogden, wife of Corbit||Box 2|
|Marie Ogden, daughter of Corbit and Lizzie||Box 2|
|John M. Ogden, father of Charles||Box 2|
|Harriet Middleton Ogden, mother of Charles||Box 2|
|Henry Corbit, father of Emma Corbit Ogden||Box 2|
2. Diary notes of five-year around-the-world trip taken by Charles S. Ogden, 1886-1891.
|In form of letters to his son, H.
Corbit Ogden. Nos. 1-273,
10-25-1886 to 8-5-1891. Includes last letter
begun to Corbit, but which was concluded with news of Corbit's death and
Charles S. Ogden's immediate trip home from Scotland as a result. Includes,
also, sheets which appear to be a record of dates on which Corbit wrote to his
father, and dates on which he, Corbit, received photographs, newspapers, cases
of curios, etc., from his father.
3. Correspondence received by Charles S. Ogden, 1887-1891
|Correspondence||1-4-1887 to 1891|
Mary L. Worrell to uncle, Charles
Letter mentions marriage of Mary Elkinton to Inazo Nitobe.
|Last letter from son Corbit, who died 7-29-1891||7-28-1891||Box 2|
|H.C. Townsend to Charles S. Ogden regarding Corbit's will||9-16-1891||Box 2|
4. Scrapbooks (four).
|Contents of Scrapbook No. 1: See Ser. 1, Box 1, Folder 3||Box 3|
|Contents of Scrapbook No. 2, 1838-1892 :||Box 3|
|Biographical on life and career of Charles S. Ogden, 1857-1892:||Box 3|
|Page 2. Clippings with biographical information regarding Henry C. Corbit, father-in-law of Charles S. Ogden.||Box 3|
|Page 3. Clippings with biographical information regarding members of Ogden family, Frederick Callendar, Edwin, Jesse.||Box 3|
|Page 4. Clippings regarding Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Includes a letter to Mrs. Charles Ogden, as President of Ladies Association of Tenth Ward Relief Association, from Craig D. Ritchie, assistant secretary of the Association.
|Page 6, 8. Miscellaneous clippings on Charles S. Ogden||1855-1857||Box 3|
|Page 10. Clippings and ms. notes regarding Charles S. Ogden' experience on board Abraham Lincoln's special train, upon his arrival in Phila.||2-21-1861||Box 3|
|Page 13. Clipping regarding Charles S. Ogden's gift to the Historical Society of Penna. of original study in oils for “Arlington” portrait of George Washington by Chas. Willson Peale||Feb., 1892||Box 3|
|Pages 22, 24, 26. Clippings regarding Charles S. Ogden as U.S. Consul to Quebec, Canada,||1861-1864||Box 3|
|Page 30. Letter, notifying Charles S. Ogden of his election to membership in the Union League of Phila.||10-7-1864||Box 3|
Resolution signed by Charles S.
Ogden and others
Resolution to support Cuba's patriots in their struggle for freedom. Includes other clippings regarding calling of mass meeting at Academy of Music, Phila.
|Page 45, 46. Clippings regarding Abraham Lincoln's
speech and flagraising in Phila.,
Includes ms. notes by Charles S. Ogden recounting his having helped Lincoln with his coat and ridden in carriage with him.
|Page 50. Clipping regarding John Meng, painter son of John Christopher Meng, ancestor of Charles S. Ogden.||Box 3|
|Page 56. Clipping regarding marriage of Lizzie Bowman to H. Corbit Ogden, son of Charles S. Ogden||1-25-1877||Box 3|
|Page 64 Biographical and genealogical information on Bowman family.||Box 3|
|Page 69. Biographical and genealogical information on Middleton family||Box 3|
|Page 70-80. Biographical and genealogical information on Low and Ogden families||Box 3|
|Page 90. Extract from Charles S. Ogden's diary, visit to Wm. Penn's grave at Jordan's Meeting House||6-10-1891||Box 3|
|Page 112. Pamphlet, The Ogdens of South Jersey. The Descendants of John Ogden of Fairfield Conn., and New Fairfield. N.J.||Box 3|
|Page 120. Biographical and genealogical
information concerning John Christopher Meng and his son John.
AIncludes envelope of miscellaneous notes in connection with Ogden family genealogical research, including information on Smith family; record of births in Ogden family in Brighouse, Eng., from records of that Monthly Neetlng; Ogden, Middleton, and Corbit family material; genealogical correspondence, mainly with Isaac Sharp of Eng.
|Reference material, 1838-1889|
|Pages 8, 12, 14, 16, Clippings, memorabilia, regarding Lincoln's campaign and his secret journey from Phila. to Baltimore to avoid assassination plot||Box 3|
|Page 21. Tracing of original draft of telegram announcing capture of Jefferson Davis||5-12-1865||Box 3|
|Page 26. Clippings regarding Rebel espionage in Quebec||Box 3|
|Page 44. Recounting of “Burning of Penna. Hall”
Clipped from Friends' Intelligencer and Journal, 1896.
|Page 53. Clipping regarding Stephen Girard's courage in nursing sick during Plague of 1793 in Phila.||Box 3|
|Page 87. Pamphlet, Wm. Penn in South Bucks and Hertfordshire. (See BX7795.P4S95) a Lecture by W. H. Summers.||Box 3|
|Page 88. Clipping from Friends' Intelligencer and Journal on use of alcoholic beverages by Indians||Box 3|
|Page 104. Pamphlet, The Visions of Joseph Hoag and Daniel Barker. Also, A Prophecy of Stephen Grellet. Printed, David Marshall, Carthage, Ind.,||1889.||Box 3|
|Page 1. “Isaac Norris, his House at Fairhill, 1717”||Box 3|
|Page 41. John Townsend||Box 3|
|Page 57. Middleton Ogden, younger son of Charles S. Marie Ogden, daughter of H. Corbit Ogden, older son of Charles S. Lizzie Bowman Ogden, wife of H. Corbit Ogden||Box 3|
|Page 59. Marie Ogden||Box 3|
|Page 61. Marie Ogden||Box 3|
|Page 79. John Ogden, father of Charles S.||Box 3|
|Page 91. Copy of portrait of Lady Juliana Penn, wife of Thomas Penn, son of Wm. Penn||Box 3|
|Page 98. Copy of engraving “West's (Ben.) First Effort in Art”, by F.M. Ward||Box 3|
|Contents of Scrapbook No. 3., 1845-1864, n.d.|
|Biographical and genealogical material, 1862-1864, n.d.|
|Page, Front cover. Metal plate, U.S. Consulate, Quebec||Box 3|
|Pages 61-124. Letters from Emma Ogden, wife of
Charles S. Ogden, to sister Carrie
Written during period in which C.S.O. was U.S. Consul in Quebec. These letters give a detailed picture of their life as members of the diplomatic circle, of religious holiday observances, comments on persons of note, living conditions, fashions, social and political matters, weather.
|3-14-1862 to 3-20-1864||Box 3|
|Page 154, 155. Clippings on espionage in Canada during Civil War, by Rebel agents||Box 3|
|Pictures, charts, maps, 1845, n.d.:|
|Page 43-49. Series of four cartoons on John Bull and War||Box 3|
|Pages 61-124. Scattered throughout the letters of Emma Ogden are photographs of persons in the Canadian government, and Canadian scenes||Box 3|
|Page 159. Abraham Lincoln and son, Winfield Scott||Box 3|
|Page 161. Plan of the City of Quebec||1845||Box 3|
|Page 165. Samuel de Champlain||Box 3|
|Page 167. Louis Js. Marquis de Montcalm||Box 3|
|Page 169. Plan of the military and naval operations under the command of the Immortal Wolfe and Vice Admiral Saunders, before Quebec||Box 3|
|Contents of Scrapbook No. 4., 1704-1938
Contains Quaker autographs, correspondence and papers.
|Inventory of contents in box 3a||Box 3|
|Inscription: “Autographs, Photographs and Original Papers of the Society of Friends Collected by Charles Smith Ogden and his son Henry Corbit Ogden Presented to Swathmore [sic] College by Maria Ogden Francke daughter of Henry Corbit Ogden.”||Box 3|
|Biographical and genealogical material, 1795-1936|
|Page 83. The Ogden Coat of Arms.||Box 3|
|Page 84. Marriage certificate of John M. Ogden and Harriet Middleton. Service at Green St. Monthly Meeting, Phila. Photographs included.||1818||Box 3|
|Page 85. Marriage certificate of Charles S. Ogden and Emma Corbit. Service at Cherry St. Meeting House, Phila. Photographs included.||1848||Box 3|
|Page 139. Receipt to John M. Ogden from Chesterfield Boarding School, signed by H.W. Ridgeway, for board, tuition, etc., of sons Wm. and E.||9-14-1840||Box 3|
|Page 13. Elias Hicks to Samuel R. Fisher of Phila.||2-11-1799||Box 3|
Geo. M. Justice to Charles S.
Ogden regarding slave named Virgil
Contains information to prove that Wm. Penn did not own him, but Thos. Penn did.
|Page 16. Edward Hicks to Richard Price||n.d.||Box 3|
|Page 49. Lucretia Mott to Sarah Corbit||4-28-1851||Box 3|
|Page 50. Benj. Lundy to Lucretia Mott||9-19-1835||Box 3|
|Page 51. (Richard D. Webb?) to Jas. Mott||2-8-(1829?)||Box 3|
|Page 52. William Rotch, Jr. to Lucretia Mott||1841 6mo.||Box 3|
|Page 53. Moses Brown to Lucretia Mott||7-9-1836||Box 3|
|Page 59. Nicholas Waln to Archibald Darrah regarding Indians||3-9-1802||Box 3|
|Page 60. John Comly to Naomi Passmore on death of her mother||2-24-1845||Box 3|
|Page 78. from Jos. John Gurney to daughter Anna||2-1-(1833?)||Box 3|
Mary Pike to Henry C. Corbit
Regarding welfare of sons Henry and W. at school in home of Henry and Mary Pike, Byberry.
Geo. F. White to Richard
Because of “the state of our Society” (of Friends) thinks best to stay in public boarding house rather than accept hospitality of Geo. White.
|Page 96. Deborah F. Wharton to cousin, Caroline Perot||1-25-1874||Box 3|
|Page 99. Carolena M. Wood to Mrs. Francke, granddaughter of Charles S. Ogden||1-15-1936||Box 3|
Meeting for Sufferings,
Phila., to Quarterly Meetings
Letter urges them to maintain Friends' Testimony by not electing their brethren nor being elected themselves to station in the Government where they are “exposed to becoming parties in the enacting Penal Laws so opposite to Christian Liberty.
|Page 14. Poem by Jos. Gill written after hearing sermon by Elias Hicks.||12-12-1822||Box 3|
Certificate for John
Betterby's family from Pickering Monthly Meeting, Yorkshire, Eng., to Duck
Creek Monthly Meeting
Certificates makes mention of his “too much and unprofitably frequenting Inns or Public Houses,” and being admonished to more circumspection.
|Page 110. Disownment of Jos. Saundera, Duck Creek||10-11-1800||Box 3|
|Page 112. Disownment of Timothy and Rebeccah Berry Hanson for marrying (they were first cousins) and with assistance of “an hireling preacher,” Duck Creek.||6-7-1802||Box 3|
|Page 152. Marriage certificate of Jos. Growden and Anne Bulkley, bearing signature of James Logan.||11-10-1704||Box 3|
|Page 153. Indenture bearing signature of Benjamin Franklin||4-7-1746||Box 3|
|Documents, articles, tracts, etc., 1847-1938|
|Page 70. Tract No. 139, Convincement and Gospel Labors of Stephen Grellet. Tract Assoc. of Friends, Phila.||1884||Box 3|
Elizabeth Fry Goes to
Newgate”, by Janet Whitney.
Reader's Digest condensed reprint from The Atlantic Monthly.
|Nov., 1936||Box 3|
|Page 100. Tribute to Carolena M. Wood, by Anna Travilla Speakman, in Friends Intelligencer.||3-21-1936||Box 3|
|Page 114. A Catechism Destined for the use of the Schools and Families of the Society of Friends, approved by Representatives of the Yearly Meeting of N.Y. Printed, Collins and Brother, N.Y.||4-5-1847||Box 3|
|Page 117. The History of Dover, by Chas. D. Platt, typed extracts||Box 3|
Friends and War, A New Statement
of the Quaker Position, Adopted by the Conference of All Friends. Printed,
Bishopsgate, London, and 20 S.12th 5t., Phila.
See F.H.L. BX7607.C71
The Wonderful White Feather, by
Estelle Simms Hewson.
Friends Tract No. 15. Printed Bishopsgate, and by American Friend.
Article, “Schofield Normal and
Industrial School”, from Friends Intelligencer
Includes pictures of Martha Schofield, school buildings, and activities.
Document, “To Sovereigns and those
in Authority in the Nations of Europe, and in other parts of the world where
the Christian Religion is professed.” F
From Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends of Gt. Brit. and Ireland, held in London. Regarding wrongs of African Slave Trade.
|Business Papers, 1726-1813|
|Page 25. Document of Richard, Hannah, and Mary Penn, in regard to bequest by uncle, John Penn of Phila.||1809||Box 3|
|Pages 28-38, 40-42. Papers of Thomas Penn||1726-40||Box 3|
|Page 39. Richard Penn, Surveyors bill for surveying strip cut from Richard Penn Manor at Fulpehockon in Berks County||6-21-1765||Box 3|
|Page 43. John Penn papers||1786, 1788||Box 3|
|Page 58. Receipt signed by David Rittenhouse||6-9-1783||Box 3|
|Page 139. Two receipts signed by Isaac T. Hopper||8-21-1813||Box 3|
|Clippings, 1891, n.d.|
|Page 5. Fox's birthplace||Box 3|
|Page 15. Life and death of Elias Hicks. New York Quakers||Box 3|
|Page 45. Wm. Penn bust unveiled in N.Y. University Hall of Fame||Box 3|
|Page 55, 56. Lucretia Mott||Box 3|
|Page 61. John, Joseph, Isaac Comly||Box 3|
|Page 125. Regarding persecutions of New England Friends from Friends' Intelligencer and Journal.||3-28-1891||Box 3|
|Page 2. Composite of Prominent Friends:||Box 3|
|George Fox||Box 3|
|John Hunt||Box 3|
|Jas. Haviland||Box 3|
|John J. Merritt||Box 3|
|Elias Hicks||Box 3|
|Lucretia Mott||Box 3|
|Rachel Hicks||Box 3|
|Wm. F. Mott||Box 3|
|Isaac T. Hopper||Box 3|
|John G. Whittier||Box 3|
|Page 3. George Fox||Box 3|
|Page 4. Swarthmore Hall||Box 3|
|Page 5. Fox's birthplace||Box 3|
|Page 6. George Fox||Box 3|
|Page 7. George Fox's grave||Box 3|
|Page 8. Come-to-Good Meeting House||Box 3|
|Page 12. Elias Hicks||(3 pictures)||Box 3|
|Page 20, 21. Drawing of Penn Treaty Elm||Box 3|
|Page 23. Jordan's Meeting House and grave of Penn. Drawings of Wm. Penn's State St. House, Second & Walnut SSTs., later site of Corn Exchange Bldg.||Box 3|
|Page 44. Geo. M. Justice, elder of Green St. Meeting||Box 3|
|Page 45. Doll, Letitia Penn, oldest known doll in America||Box 3|
|Page 48. Lucretia Mott, James Mott, and home||Box 3|
|Page 116. Lindley Murray||(2 pictures)||Box 3|
|Page 120. Quaker Meeting House, Langtree||Box 3|
|Page 122. Friends Meeting House, Lord St., Radclife||Box 3|
|Page 139. Henry Ridgway, Elizabeth Ridgway||Box 3|
|Page 147. Drawings of James Nailor's persecutions||Box 3|
|Page 149. Drawing, Friends Monthly Meeting at Earith, Huntingdonshire, by Samuel Lucas||Box 3|
Ser. 4. Miscellaneous, 1890-1894, n.d.
|Fragment of marriage certificate of Thos. Lawrie and Anne Satterthwaite||Box 4|
|Verses “To my cousin”||(ms.)||Box 4|
|Lock and nails belonging to wooden iron bound sea trunk of Charles S. Ogden||Box 4|
|Hotel bills, and menu, Europe||1890-1891.||Box 4|
|Miscellaneous manuscript notes||Box 4|
|Personal card||Box 4|
|Pressed flowers and leaves||[Discarded 1994]||Box 4|
|Sanctuary of Esculapius||Box 4|
|Altar of Dionysus, Athens||Box 4|
|Theatre of Dionysus, Athens||Box 4|
|Olympia, Temple of Zeus||Box 4|
|Ephesus, Temple of Diana||Box 4|
|Hamburg, Hanover, Magdelburg, Berlin||Box 4|
|Lake Maggioro and Lac Lucerne||Box 4|
|Metz, Heidelbrg, etc.||Box 4|
|Historical sites in Milan||Box 4|
|St. Petersburg, Russia||Box 4|
|Stuttgart and Baden-Baden||Box 4|
|Venice, residence of Byron, tomb of Titian, etc||Box 4|
|Reference material, much of it from his travels||Box 4|
|Clippings, 1890-1894, n.d.
Many sent to son, H. Corbit Ogden, in connection with Charles S. Ogden's diary notes of his trip around the world. Includes:
|Account of marriage of Mary Elkinton to Inazo Nitobe||Box 4|
|Life in Germany, Greece, Holland, India, Japan, Phila., Savannah, Ga., Wilmington, N.C., Shanghai, and miscellaneous subjects.||Box 4|
|Fragment of Phila. Public Ledger,||3-4-1892||Box 4|
|Fragment of The Pittsburgh Bulletin||1894||Box 4|
|Maps, guide books, boat & train schedules; tickets.||Box 4|
|Alamba, partial map||Box 4|
|Athens & its Environs, Baedeker||Box 4|
|Mississippi, partial map||Box 4|
|Netherlands, map, sheets from guidebook on Antwerp, Belgium, misc. clippings||Box 4|
|Scotland, partial map, sheets from guidebook||Box 4|
|Eiffel Tower||Box 4|
|Old Bank Meeting||Box 4|