Guide to the James Babb Diary, Sept. 17, 1819-June 30,
Collection number: MS 104
About James Babb
James Babb (1794-1853) was a general storeowner in Epsom, N.H.
About the James Babb Diary
Diary of James Babb of Epsom, N.H. It details business matters, religious meetings,
and his service as a member of the 2nd Battalion, 18th Regiment, N.H. militia. Babb
also comments about his love life, politics, and local events such as the
circumstances surrounding the suicide of Isaac Osgood, an officer in the militia. It
also includes a two-page genealogy of the Babb family.
This collection is open.
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James Babb diary, Sept. 17, 1819-June 30, 1820, MS 104, Milne Special Collections
and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
Purchased: Carmen Valentino Bookseller, Philadelphia, PA, Sept. 13, 1994,
(Accession number: 94.043)