Avery Drawings & Archives Collections

Arthur T. Sutcliffe Papers, 1838-1962

Series IV: Family Papers

includes materials belonging to various members of the Sutcliffe family. The Sutcliffe family papers include correspondence, news clippings, diaries recounting various world trips, photographs, genealogical research, collected ephemera and phrenology reports. Also of note in the collection is the 1838 third edition of O.S. and L.N Fowler's Phrenology Proved, Illustrated, and Applied..

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Box 02 Folder 11 Eli Sutcliffe, Certificate of Naturalization, 1847

Box 02 Folder 12 Diary of William H. Sutcliffe kept on his trip to England, 1864

Includes both the original diary as well as a typewritten copy. Also included is a photograph of William H. Sutcliffe and his wife Ida M. Johnson Sutcliffe (parents of Arthur Taylor Sutcliffe).

Box 02 Folder 13 Papers of William Henry and Ida Johnson Sutcliffe, 1873-1939

Photographs, Announcement of Marriage, Obituaries, Deeds, Last Will and Testaments, and other papers.

Box 03 Folder 01 Sutcliffe Family cemetery deeds, 1841-1922

Box 03 Folder 02 Sutcliffe-Gunn-Lumb genealogical papers [1 of 3], undated

Box 03 Folder 03 Sutcliffe-Gunn-Lumb genealogical papers [2 of 3], undated

Box 03 Folder 04 Sutcliffe-Gunn-Lumb genealogical papers [3 of 3], undated

Box 03 Folder 05 Fowler & Wells Phrenology Reports of Arthur T. Sutcliffe and George L. Sutcliffe (brother), 1884

Box 03 Folder 06 Phrenology: Proved, Illustrated, and Applied by O.S. and L.N Fowler, 1838

Third Edition

Box 03 Folder 07 Notebooks of Arthur and George Sutcliffe, undated

There are three notebooks, one on Rhetoric and Composition and two on Botany. One of the Botany notebooks belonged to Arthur Sutcliffe and the other belonged to his brother George. Both contain detailed sketches of plants and trees drawn by both men.