Table of contents for More lasting than brass : a thread of family from Revolutionary New York to industrial Connecticut / by Peter Haring Judd, members of the Haring, Herring, Clark, Denton, Phelps, White, Griggs, Judd and related Families ; with a foreword by Alan Taylor.


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CONTENTS List of Figures viii Foreword by Alan Taylor xii Preface 000 Acknowledgments 000 Abbreviations 000 I Land and Rebellion in the Hudson Valley 1 II Merchants in a Vast Empire 61 III Finding a Way in the New Republic 107 IV Hemm'd Thick All Around with Sailships and Steamships 151 V Family Life and a Maturing City 199 VI Waterbury Matures 255 VII Coming of Age 283 VIII Transitions 311 IX Before the Great War 359 X The Twenties 401 XI Death and Transformation 441 XII Marriage, Family Life, Loss 475 XIII An Ending 507 Afterword 531 Bibliography 000 Index 000 FIGURES CAROLINE HARING WHITE FRONTISPIECE 1. NEW YORK STATE AND THE CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY 000 2. THE LOWER HUDSON 2 3. JAN PIETERSEN HARING DESCENT TO JULIA PHELPS HARING 5 4. CLARK CONNECTIONS WITH HARINGS AND PHELPSES 10 5. "MAP OF THE PROGRESS OF HIS MAJESTY'S ARMIES IN NEW YORK" 18 6. RICHARD DENTON DESCENT TO DEBORAH DENTON 31 7. ORANGE COUNTY, NEW YORK 33 8. LAND TRACTS IN NEW YORK, 1790S 51 9. AURELIUS TOWNSHIP, 1792 56 10. DURHAM BOATS ON THE MOHAWK 65 11. PETER SMITH 66 12. MAP OF THE HARING, OR HERRING, FARM 78 13. TONTINE COFFEE HOUSE 89 14. HERRING VAULT, GREEN-WOOD CEMETERY, BROOKLYN, N.Y. 105 15. FAMILY SERVING SPOONS, CA. 1808 115 16. THE FOOT OF COURTLAND STREET 117 17. HERRING-KIP-HARING RELATIONS 119 18. VIEW OF MARKET STREET, WITH MARKET AND OLD DUTCH CHURCH, 1850 126 19. THE SEAT OF WAR IN THE NORTH, 1812 132 20. FORT NIAGARA IN 1818 134 21. THE HEIGHTS AT QUEENSTON 135 22. BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF NEW YORK CITY IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY 152 23. THE EAST RIVER DOCKS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY 164 24. JOHN SAMUEL HARING (181060) AND JAMES DEMAREST HARING (181968) 167 25. JAMES DEMAREST HARING AND CAROLINE ELIZA PHELPS AT ABOUT THE TIME OF THEIR MARRIAGE IN 1846 169 26. JULIA PHELPS HARING IN 1859 171 27. CATHERINE TELLER HARING KIP (JULIA'S "AUNT KATE") 176 28. JULIA PHELPS HARING, HOWARD PHELPS, AND UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN 188 29. THE SAIL-ASSISTED STEAMSHIP RUSSIA 195 30. GEORGE MONTGOMERY TUTTLE 205 31. LUTHER CHAPIN WHITE, 1840S 215 32. WHITE DESCENT TO GEORGE LUTHER WHITE 216 33. SCOVILL MANUFACTURING CO., WATERBURY, 1850S 218 34. 13 PROSPECT STREET, HOME OF LUTHER CHAPIN WHITE 222 35. THE WATERBURY GREEN IN 1851 225 36. CITY HALL AND THE SCOVILL HOUSE HOTEL AND BANK, ABOUT 1880 226 37. LUTHER CHAPIN WHITE, 1873 230 38. JANE AMELIA (MOSES) WHITE, 1873 231 39. GEORGE LUTHER WHITE AND JULIA PHELPS HARING IN 1873 239 40. GEORGE AND CARRIE BY THE HOUSE WHERE SHE WAS BORN, SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA, 1900 245 41. ENTRANCE TO RIVERSIDE CEMETERY 248 42. THE BENEDICT HOUSE, 32 HILLSIDE AVENUE, ABOUT 1900 252 43. THE WATERBURY BUSINESS DISTRICT 256 44. WHITE & WELLS LETTERHEAD, 1900 260 45. JULIA IN AN ARCADIAN CLUB PRODUCTION, 1885 262 46. HARRIET SAGE WHITE IN 1873 264 47. THE WHITE CHILDREN, 1878 AND 1879 267 48. GEORGE AND HIS CHILDREN, GEORGE JR., CARRIE, AND WILL, IN 1888 268 49. FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD CARRIE DRESSED IN TRAVELING CLOTHES, 1890 273 50. LOOKING UP PROSPECT STREET AND HILLSIDE FROM THE GREEN, 1899 282 51. LETTERHEAD OF THE HOTEL GRANDE BRETAGNE, BELLAGIO, 1896 293 52. LETTERHEAD, INTERLAKEN, 1896 296 53. W. E. GRIGGS'S YMCA BUILDING 307 54. W. E. GRIGGS'S ODD FELLOWS BUILDING, 1895 308 55. GEORGE AND JULIA WHITE, ABOUT 1900 310 56. THE WHITE HOUSE AT 114 GROVE, AFTER RENOVATION 313 57. WILL IN FRONT OF HIS CABIN AT FORTY-MILE, 1901 319 58. GRIGGS DESCENT TO ROBERT FOOTE GRIGGS 326 59. CHARLES GRIGGS AND FRANCES CATHERINE (DRAKE) GRIGGS 327 60. HENRY CHARLES GRIGGS AND MARY BASSETT (FOOTE) GRIGGS WITH THEIR SONS, ABOUT 1880 329 61. THE GRIGGS BUILDING AT 221227 BANK STREET 331 62. ROB AND CARRIE, ENGAGED, 1901 339 63. GEORGE, CARRIE, ROB, AND WILL AT THE ADIRONDACKS, SUMMER 1901 342 64. DEVASTATION IN WATERBURY AFTER THE FIRE OF 1902 343 65. DINNER PARTY AT 114 GROVE, 1904 349 66. HENRY LAWTON WADE WITH HIS GRANDDAUGHTER, ELIZABETH WADE WHITE, ABOUT 1911 353 67. THE GREEN, WATERBURY, ABOUT 1900 358 68. GEORGE LUTHER WHITE, ATLANTIC CITY, ABOUT 1913 360 69. GEORGE AND JULIA ALOFT IN THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S STUDIO, ATLANTIC CITY, 1908 362 70. LETTERHEAD, THE SPLENDID HOTEL, OSTEND, 1913 365 71. LETTERHEAD, HAMPTON TERRACE HOTEL, 1904 367 72. GEORGE IN EUROPE, 1906 383 73. LETTERHEAD, HOTEL BELLEVUE, DRESDEN, 1906 386 74. CARRIE WITH BABY CAROL, 1907 388 75. 54 HILLSIDE AVE., ABOUT 1900 391 76. WILL WHITE'S BREAKNECK, MIDDLEBURY, CONNECTICUT 394 77. BETTY AND WADE WHITE AT BREAKNECK, 1915 395 78. GEORGE WITH CAROL ON THE PIAZZA AT 114 GROVE 397 79. EXCHANGE PLACE, WATERBURY, ABOUT 1900 399 80. THE HILLSIDE, WATERBURY, AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY 400 81. THE GRIGGS FAMILY, 1912 402 82. WESTOVER SCHOOL, MIDDLEBURY, 1920S 412 83. CAROL AND BETTY WHITE WITH WESTOVER CLASSMATES, ABOUT 1924 414 84. ELIZA (WINTER) WETHERALD IN HER SUDIO, MARBLEHEAD, 1920S 418 85. CAROL AND HARRIET HAYWARD AT ST. MORITZ, 1925 422 86. CAROL AT THE PYRAMIDS, 1926 424 87. CARRIE AND CAROL AT CANNES, 1926 432 88. JULIA WITH PIERROT, AT PINE ORCHARD, 1926 435 89. HARING AND PATTY LEAVING GRACE CHURCH, 1930 450 90. CAROL IN SPANISH COSTUME, SEVILLE, 1930 455 91. YALE FRATERNITY PHOTO OF STUART EDWARDS JUDD, ABOUT 1923 459 92. ELOISE JUDD, ALMA, STUART, AND UNIDENTIFIED CHILD, ABOUT 1909 460 93. WILLIAM B. AND GEORGE E. JUDD'S ADVERTISEMENTS IN WATERBURY CITY DIRECTORIES, 1879, 1888 465 94. GEORGE JUDD AND NINA IN THE 1920S 466 95. JUDD DESCENT TO STUART EDWARDS JUDD 467 96. THE MATTATUCK MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 1890S 468 97. THE MATTATUCK, AFTER 1919 EXPANSION 469 98. STUART AND CAROL ON THEIR HONEYMOON, 1930 478 99. CAROL AND BABY PETER, 1932 480 100. SARAH DOYLE IN THE KITCHEN OF 54 HILLSIDE, 1949 490 101. LUCY BURRAL, EDITH CHASE, MARY BURRAL, AND CARRIE IN FINLAND, 1935 493 102. CAROL WITH PETER AND STUART JR. ("TUI") AT 111 BUCKINGHAM STREET, CHRISTMAS 1936 496 103. CAROL IN 1939, A FEW MONTHS BEFORE HER DEATH 501 104. CARRIE ON HER EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY, 10 APRIL 1965 506 105. STUART EDWARDS JUDD, ABOUT 1939 508 106. HOGE TOYS MADE BY MATTATUCK MANUFACTURING IN THE 1930S 516 107. INSIDE THE MATTATUCK IN THE 1950S 520 108. STRIKE ACTION AT THE MATTATUCK IN THE 1950S 524 109. THE MATTATUCK IN 2002 529 110. ELIZABETH WADE WHITE, 1935 534 111. H. WADE WHITE AT BREAKNECK, 1934 535 112. WATERBURY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY 544 




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Herring family, New York (State) Biography, Connecticut Biography