Harvard University. Press
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Divinity Hall, 1932 Digital
FOUND IN: Harvard University Archives / Collection: Harvard University Archives Photograph Collection: Views, circa 1850-2004 / Alphagroup: D / Category: Divinity Hall / Item: Divinity Hall ‡ Divinity HallItem Identifier: HUV, HUV 308, Folder 3, HUV 308 (3-4)
Scope of the Views: The images in this series chiefly depict the Harvard environment, places where the Harvard community studies, teaches, works, researches, or lives. Rarely, images may be other two-dimensional images such as engravings, drawings, or paintings, or photographic reproductions of such two-dimensional artwork. Images listed here are 11x14 inches in size or smaller.
FOUND IN: Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe InstituteCollection Identifier: RG II, Series 3
Overview: Official Radcliffe correspondence, reports, minutes, etc., of W.K. (Wilbur Kitchener) Jordan, college administrator, educator, and fourth president of Radcliffe College.
FOUND IN: Dumbarton Oaks / Collection: Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives, approximately 1921-1979 / Series: Correspondence / Sub-Series: Mildred Bliss Office Files, A-Havey / Sub-Group: A.M (Albert Mathias) Friend, Jr.File — Box: E, Folder: 1, item: 3Identifier: DDO-RB-GAR-001, E1:Friend 1949.08.03
Scope and Contents: Handwritten letter from A.M. [Albert Mathias] Friend, Jr. to Mildred Bliss expresses it is too bad about the Liszt book and the Harvard Press. He does not see why they can not get it out in 1950 if they can get a fairly final manuscript this autumn. He thanks Mildred for the copy of the letter to Jean Seznec. He hopes very much he will do it and feels after this he simply cannot refuse-he is a member of the Board of Scholars and the book is all part of Dumbarton Oaks. He feels the book will be...
FOUND IN: Houghton LibraryCollection — Box: 1Identifier: 94M-79
Summary: Includes photocopies and transcripts of correspondence of Benjamin Robert Haydon with Mary Russell Mitford and Sir Walter Scott. Also includes letter from Pope? to Harvard University Press.