28. 1864. Amityville, Mrs. Lee to mother. Family health problems, lack of rain.
29. 1864, Dorchester, Mass. C. Rogers to sister. Assumes duties of two pastors gone to war. Spoke in church on political duties.
30. 1878, Suffolk County, Long Island, N.Y. 3 recommendations for Orlando Lee as principal of the school.
31. 1879, Long Islander newspaper article on the death of George Lee, son of O. S. Lee born at Spencer, Indian Territory.
32. 1888, Jersey City. Mr. Lee to wife. Details regarding a blizzard, including information on railroads and towns affected.
33. 1889, record of funeral service of Prof. Edward S. Hall. Congregational Church, South Norfolk, Connecticut.
34. Several school compositions by George Lee.
35. “A Class History,” 1878.
36. Cards, a commencement program, and medal.
37. 1892, correspondence from Charlotte R. Gould Woodruff to Rev. Horace. Plea for help. Died in 1892.
38. 1894, obituary and eulogy of Charles S. Rogers. Born May 13, 1831. Died in Boston, July 16, 1894.
39. Genealogy of the Lee and Rogers families. Prepared by Mrs. Elaine Walker, Librarian.
Box 2: Correspondence from Spencer Academy, 1859-1862.
1. 1859, Mission House. Mr. Lee to Mr. Wilson. Gives exact route and mode of travel to Indian Territory. People to meet and take.
2. 1859, Ohio. Lee to Mrs. Woodruff. Details of trip to Spencer Academy.
3. 1859, Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Lee to Mother. Trip to Little Rock; meeting Miss Worchester.
4. 1859, Little Rock. Mrs. Lee to Mother. Safe arrival. Mode of travel; Senator Ashley's widow as hostess; the slaves; plantation; etc.