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Manuscripts

Most of the manuscript items relating to the Dominy family are housed in the Joseph Downs Manuscript and Microfilm Collection, a unit of the Division of Libraries of The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum. Individual manuscripts are listed below with this repository abbreviated as DMMC.

Manuscripts in the East Hampton Free Library are indicated by EHFL.

Assessment rolls of the town of East Hampton for 1802, 1803, 1805, 1806, 1810, 1814-1816, 1820, 1831, 1832, 1835, 1847, 1851, 1853 (EHFL, MSS [x] FH17, KH18, FH19).
Baker, David, Jr. Bill to Felix Dominy, July 5, 1834 (DMMC, MS 59X9.92).
———, East Hampton. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Nov. 8, 1819 (DMMC, MS 59x9.19).
———, East Hampton. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, undated [ca. 1819] (DMMC, MS 59x9.20).
Ball, H. S., East Hampton. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, undated [ca. 1824 or 1825] (DMMC, MS 59x9.157).
Barns, Nathan C., East Hampton. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, March 19, 1834 (DMMC, MS 59x9.73).
Cook, Nathan Topping. Account Book, 1792-1824 (DMMC, MS 60x13.9).
Dayton, J. H. Bill to Felix Dominy, Aug. 19, 1833 (DMMC, MS 59x9.90).
Dering, Henry P., Sag Harbor. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Dec. 5, 1821 (DMMC, MS 59x9.26).
Dominy, Felix. Account Book, 1818-1827 (DMMC, MS 59x9.21).
———. Estate Papers, June 17, 1868, to March 10, 1869, File No. 6563. Suffolk County Surrogate's Court, Riverhead, N.Y.
———. East Hampton. Letter to Hiram Herskell, Huntington, N.Y., Feb. 24, 1825, signed Olio (DMMC, MS 59x9.45).
———, East Hampton. Letter to Dr. [John] Scudder, New York, Aug. 13, 1831 (DMMC, MS 59x9.85).
———, East Hampton. Letter to Elijah Simons, Sag Harbor, Jan. 4, 1821 (DMMC, MS 59X9.24).
———, Fire Island, N.Y. Letter to Nathaniel Dominy VII, East Hampton, March 30, 1840 (EHFL, MS KM/211).
———, Fire Island, N.Y. Letter to Nathaniel Dominy VII, East Hampton, Aug. 8, 1847 (DMMC, MS 59x96.6).
———. Notes [ca. 1830-1840] (DMMC, MSS 59x9.174, 59x9.175).
———. Notes [ca. 1833] (DMMC, MS 59x9.70b).
———. Petition to President Andrew Jackson [ca. 1832] (DMMC, MS 59x9.87).
———. “Tompkins’ Election, Triumph of Principles,” undated poem [ca. 1813-1816] (EHFL, MS KM/211).
———. Weather Diary, 1821-1823 (DMMC, MS 59x9.43).
———. Will dated June 17, 1868, admitted to probate Feb. 16, 1869, Record of Wills, Book 10, p. 163. Suffolk County Surrogate's Court, Riverhead, N.Y.
Dominy, John A., Alexandria, Va. Letter to Miss Elizabeth R. Brown, East Hampton, Nov. 14, 1960 (carbon copy in files of the Winterthur Museum).
Dominy, Nathaniel, III. Book B, Index of Grantors. Suffolk County Clerk's Office, Riverhead, N.Y.
———. Deed to Jeremiah Dayton, 1747 (EHFL, MS [x] FH/117).
Dominy, Nathaniel, IV. Bill to David Gardiner, May 16, 1800 (DMMC, MS 57.34.2).
———. Four pages of loose day-book entries from Jan. 1, 1796, to Dec. 13, 1796 (DMMC, MS 59x9.1).
———, East Hampton. Letter to David Gardiner, Flushing, N.Y., 1799 (EHFL, MS [x] WB/54).
———. Weather Diary, 1806-1812 (DMMC, MS 59x9.6).
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———, and Nathaniel, V. Account Book B, 1762-1844 (DMMC, MS 59x9a).
Dominy, Nathaniel, V. Account Book and Day Book, 1798-1847 (DMMC, MS 59X6).
———, East Hampton. Letter to Moses Cleveland, Southold, N.Y., April 13, 1810 (EHFL, MS L628).
———. Will dated April 23, 1852, admitted to probate April 27, 1853, Record of Wills, Book 5, P. 397. Suffolk County Surrogate's Court, Riverhead, N.Y.
———, Felix Dominy, and Nathaniel Dominy, VII. Account Book, 1809-1862. EHFL, Long Island Collection. (Copy, DMMC, Microfilm 310).
———,and Nathaniel Huntting. Bill of sale to Abraham Hedges, Jonathan Osborn, 3d, and Felix Dominy, March 2, 1830 (DMMC, MS 59x9.79).
East Hampton, N.Y., Town of. Town Records, MS Volume E, 1728-1799. East Hampton Township, East Hampton, N.Y.
Gardiner, John Lyon, East Hampton. Letter to David Gardiner, Flushing, N.Y., 1799 (EHFL, MS NH/13).
Gardiner, Sarah, Gardiner's Island, N.Y. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, May 22, 1830 (DMMC, MS 59x9.58).
Goodman, W. L., Bristol, Eng. Letter to Peter C. Welsh, Washington, D.C., April 8, 1966 (files of Mr. Welsh).
Horton, James C., Quogue, N.Y. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Oct. 18, 1832 (DMMC, MS 59x9.66).
Jones, Captain E., Sag Harbor. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Oct. 5, 1818 (DMMC, MS 59x9.16).
King, P. Parker, Sag Harbor. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Dec. 15, 1828 (DMMC, MS 59x9.53).
Larkin, William. Inventory of estate, Bethel, Pa., 1763. Chester County Court House, West Chester, Pa. (Copy, DMMC, Photostat 391).
List of tax upon dwelling houses in the first, second, and third collection districts of New York, 1800. Suffolk County Historical Society, Riverhead, N.Y., MS 18-G.
Martin, Shirley Ann. "Craftsmen of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 1750-1800." Unpublished master's thesis, Winterthur Program, University of Delaware, Newark, Del., 1956.
Miller, General Jeremiah, East Hampton. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Sept. 27, 1829 (DMMC, MS 59x9.55).
———, East Hampton. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, undated [ca. 1829] (DMMC, MS 59x9.56).
Miller, Nathaniel, Fireplace, N.Y. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, April 20 [ca. 1830] (DMMC, MS 59x9.156).
———, California. Letter to Nathaniel Dominy VII, East Hampton, undated [ca. 1850] (DMMC, MS 59x9.103).
——— et al. Petition to President Andrew Jackson, Feb. 1832 (DMMC, MS 59x9.86).
Morrell, William M. Bill to Felix Dominy, Nov. 25, 1834 (DMMC, MS 59x9.78).
Nicoll, Sarah, Islip, N.Y. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Sept. 22, 1828 (DMMC, MS 59x9.34) .
———, Islip, N.Y. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Nov. 3, 1828 (DMMC, MS 59x9.35).
Osborn, John P. "Articles of Agreement," June 6, 1833, a contract with Felix Dominy (DMMC, MS 59x9.70a).
———, Sag Harbor. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Feb. 18, 1832 (DMMC, MS 59x9.88).
———, Sag Harbor. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Oct. 17, 1832 (DMMC, MS 59x9.69).
Phillips, Samuel. Bill to Felix Dominy, May 17, 1834 (DMMC, MS 59x9.91).
Rae-Smith, Calvin, New York. Letter to Nathaniel Dominy VII, East Hampton, Sept. 30, 1880 (DMMC, MS 59x9.128).
Richards, Thomas. Bill to Felix Dominy, June 1, 1822 (DMMC, MS 59x9.27).
Robinson, L. Bill to Felix Dominy, undated [ca. 1830's] (DMMC, MS 59x9.170).
Scudder, John. Inventory of contents of the American Museum for 1821-1822 (DMMC, MS 54.67.196) .
Sherril, Abraham P., Smithtown, N.Y. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, September 10, 1834 (DMMC, MS 59x9.94).
———, Smithtown, N.Y. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Nov. 11, 1834 (DMMC, MS 59x9.95) .
Simons, Elijah, Sag Harbor. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Dec. 30, 1820 (DMMC, MS 59x9.23).
———, Sag Harbor. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, on obverse of letter from Felix to Elijah, Jan. 4, 1821 (DMMC, MS 59x9.24).
———, Sag Harbor. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Feb. 10, 1822 (DMMC, MS 59x9.22).
Spooner, Alden. Bills to Nathaniel Dominy IV, 1804-1806 (DMMC, MSS 59x9.3, 59x9.4).
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Squires, Alvin, Good Ground, N.Y. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, June 2, 1828 (DMMC, MS 59x9.33).
Stratton, Samuel. Bill to Felix Dominy, April 24, 1830 (DMMC, MS 59x9.80).
Terry, Daniel T., "Oysterpond," N.Y. Letter to Nathaniel Dominy V, East Hampton, May 1, 1819 (DMMC, MS 59x9.18).
Williamson, General David, Aquebogue, N.Y. Letter to Felix Dominy, East Hampton, Jan. 11, 1835 (DMMC, MS 63x96.2).
Wilson, William. Letter and Order Book, 1757-1760. The New York Public Library. (Copy, DMMC, Microfilm 847).
Young, Henry. Bills to Felix Dominy, May 12, 1824, and Aug. 5 and 22, 1827 (DMMC, MSS 59X9.44, 59x9.47, 59x9.48).

Advertisement, Broadside, and Drawings

Advertisement of Charles Woolsey Lyon, Antiques, XC (July, 1966), 25.
Dominy, Nathaniel, VII. "N. Dominy, Daguerrian Artist." Broadside printed by George F. Nesbitt, New York, undated [ca. 1845] (DMMC, 59x9.152).
Historic American Buildings Survey, NY-5418. Dominy House and Shops, East Hampton, N.Y., 14 measured drawings and field notes. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

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Newspapers

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