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Church Tramp, Vol. II, Tramp No. 90-93, 1904-03 - 1904-06

 File — Container: Box 8, Folder: 2

Collection Scope

From the Collection:

SERIES I: Biographical (1836-1930) contains an interview of Henry Wood Booth, the Life of Henry Wood Booth, and business and personal materials. Henry’s diaries were included in this series as well as his views on his own religious beliefs.

SERIES II: Correspondence (1876-1930) contains general correspondence with members of the Booth family, including letters of sympathy after the deaths of both Henry and Clara.

SERIES III: Family History (1814-1943) includes correspondence to, from, and about members of the Booth and Gagnier families, as well as related families, in order to document the genealogy and family histories of these families. A few materials post-date the deaths of Henry and Clara and were added to this collection by Booth family members.

SERIES IV: Publications (1895-1924) consists of published articles and essays that Henry either wrote or edited.

SERIES V: Writings (1855-1922) consist primarily of religious writings and Booth’s views on various topics. For the most part, these writings were not published.

SERIES VI: Scrapbooks (1876-1922) contains clippings of articles on the various topics in which Booth was interested including temperance, religion, marriage, women’s rights, and politics, and span a forty-six year time period. Some articles pertain to Booth and Scripps family members. Scrapbook A is indexed.

SERIES VII: Books (1854, 1885, n.d.) contains four books owned by Booth, all of which contain marginal commentaries by him.

SERIES VIII: Realia series (1853-1869, n.d.) contains Booth family memorabilia.


  • 1904-03 - 1904-06


Access to this collection is unrestricted except for Boxes 17 and 18 due to fragility of the materials. Copies of materials in Box 17 can be found in Box 1 and 3.


From the Collection: 17.3 Linear Feet ( 7 MS, 11 OS)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


Repository Details

Part of the Cranbrook Archives, Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research Repository