knt001376Guide to the Gorin Family Papers, 1780-1991Processed by: staff; machine-readable finding aid created by:M. PlarrSpecial CollectionsThe Filson Historical Society 1310 South Third Street Louisville, KY 40208 Phone: (502) 635-5083Fax: (502) 635-5086 Email: email@example.comURL: http://www.filsonhistorical.org/ Copyright 2001 The Filson Historical SocietyLibraries. All Rights Reserved.Machine-readable finding aid derived from DBase.Date of source: 2001Description is in English.Guide to the Gorin Family Papers, 1780-1991Contact InformationSpecial CollectionsThe Filson Historical Society 1310 South Third Street Louisville, Kentucky40208 USAPhone: (502) 635-5083Fax: (502) 635-5086 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgURL: http://www.filsonhistorical.org/Processed by: staffDate Completed: 2001Encoded by: M. Plarr Copyright 2001 The Filson Historical Society. All Rights Reserved.Gorin Family Papers,1780-1991N/AGorin Family.66 cu. ft.No items online. Must visit contributing institution.The Filson Historical Society Special Collections Louisville, Kentucky 40208 USAOpen to researchers.[Identification of item], Gorin Family Papers, 1780-1991, Special Collections, The Filson Historical Society.Anderson, Richard C. -- (Richard Clough), -- 1750-1826Bullitt, Alexander Scott, -- 1761-1816Chapline, Abraham.Croghan, William, -- 1752-1823.Danforth, James Lewis, -- 1821-1887.Gorin, Standiford Danforth, -- 1885-1972.Imlay, Gilbert, -- 1754?-1828?Rogers, Edmund, -- 1762-1843.Rogers, John, -- 1757-1794.Rogers, Thomas, -- 1766-1851.Ward, Artemas, -- 1727-1800.Windsor, Edward, -- Duke of, -- 1894-1972.Windsor, Wallis Warfield, -- Duchess of, -- 1896-Confederate Home (Pewee Valley, Ky.)Literature Club of Louisville (Ky.)Confederate States of America. -- Army. -- Kentucky Brigade, First.United Daughters of the Confederacy (Louisville, Ky.)Advertising -- Louisville (Ky.)Advertising -- Massachusetts.Afro-Americans -- Civil Rights -- Louisville (Ky.)Aircraft accidents -- Louisville (Ky.)Anti-communist movements.Broadsides -- Louisville (Ky.)Broadsides -- Massachusetts.Fires -- Louisville (Ky.)Fishing.Floods -- Louisville (Ky.)Fugitive slaves -- Kentucky.Kentucky Derby (Louisville, Ky.)Land tenure -- Kentucky.Medicine -- History.Propoganda -- Anti-communist.Slave bill of sale -- Kentucky.Suicide -- Louisville (Ky.)Valentines.World War, 1939-1945.World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns.World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners and prisons.Big Bone Lick (Ky.)Louisville (Ky.) -- Economic conditions.Louisville (Ky.) -- History -- 20th century.Massachusetts -- Economic conditions.Massachusetts -- History.United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1953.Correspondence concerns the Gorins and related families. Most letters are written by Mrs. Standiford Danforth Gorin and describe the life of an upper-middle class family in Louisville (Ky.). Topics of interest include her daily routines, news of family and friends, social occasions, clubs, church, and gossip. Her World War II. letters tell of wartimepractices of rationing, bond drives, entertaining soldiers, and volunteer work at the Red Cross. Gorin's sons, George, Lewis, Jr., and Standiford known as "Tank" are all U.S. servicemen and their World War II letters describe their participation in U.S. campaigns in Germany, Italy, France, and India. Earlier correspondence covers the U.S. Revolution, fugitive slaves, and Kentucky land transactions. Other materials examine the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Confederate Veteran's Home in Pewee Valley (Ky.) and charges of mismanagement, the Orphan Brigade, Revolutionary War, General Artemas War, John Rogers, and the estate of Joseph Lewis Danforth. Miscellaneous items include a slave bill of sale, broadsides, valentines, newspaper clippings, and genealogical information.