Folder 1: Ringwood Property Correspondence, Undated and 1856-1876.
Folder 2: Ringwood Property Correspondence 1880-1933.
Folder 3: Ringwood - Mining Management, 1870-1890.
Folder 4: “Memoranda for the District Attorney” Regarding Ringwood Property, Undated, 10 pages.
On stationery from the mayor’s office of the city of New York. Contains a list of charges against Abram S. Hewitt by the Ryerson Family.
Folder 5: Greenwood Lake Association, 1888-1900.
Folder contains “Terms of Organization” printed leaflet with list of officers; correspondence regarding land given by Abram S. Hewitt and sheets and pillow cases by Mrs. Sarah Cooper Hewitt to the Sanitarium at Greenwood Lake for poor children; general correspondence regarding renting land at Greenwood Lake; correspondence re Bennet vs. Greenwood Lake Company case involving “deaf and dumb girl for injuries received from a collision at High Street crossing in Orange”; 1891correspondence relating to the Greenwood Lake Improvement Company as plaintiff and the Greenwood Lake Railroad Company as defendant”; letter of October 4, 1900 mentioning that Erskine Hewitt was elected member of the Greenwood Lake Association.
Folder 6: General Real Estate Correspondence, Undated and 1830-1859.
Folder 7: General Real Estate Correspondence 1860-1888.
Folder 8: General Real Estate Correspondence 1889-1902.
Folder 9: Real Estate: Simmons Brothers Real Estate Insurance Company, Cedar Rapids, IA June 1890-1891.
Folder 10: Real Estate: Florida -- Telegrams and Note from Francis Watt, April-May 1890.
Folder 11: Belmont Coal Mining Company, Massachusetts. Real Estate Correspondence 1867-1870
Folder contains correspondence primarily between Gardiner G. Hubbard and Abram Hewitt / Cooper Hewitt & Co. regarding stockholders and property, March 1867-November 1870.
Folder 12: Mineral Vale Iron Co./ Gauly Mountain Coal Co., 1870-1900.
Folder 13: Ocala, Florida Property -- inspection and purchase, April-May 1890.
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