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13 April 1784-10 September 1792, 13 April 1784-10 September 1792 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAI 5.50 Box 3, Folder 4Identifier: UAI 5.50
Scope and Content: Drafts of notes recording the transactions, decisions, and votes enacted at Corporation meetings, which were later re-written into the formal record book. Materials consist of loose and sewn papers, as well as some ledger books. The drafts include annotations, corrections, and deletions, which may be of interest when compared with the formal entry of the same vote found in the formal minutes. There are significant gaps in coverage in this series.

[13 brief newsclippings about baseball at Harvard, undated] Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: HUD 9000
Scope and Contents: Includes photocopies of five unique clippings, and eight photocopies of those clippings.

13. Information about Harvard College, August 12, 1970, August 12, 1970 Digital

Item — unspecified: HU 75.25 Box 123Identifier: HU 75.25
Scope Note: The Official Register of Harvard University is a set of publications that has been published annually by Harvard since 1900. While specific titles included within the register have varied over time, much of the content has remained consistent, including annual reports of the president and treasurer, course catalogs, announcements of departments and divisions, student handbooks, and directories. The archivist has included information regarding missing or unpublished issues, when...

14 July 1777-4 April 1780, 14 July 1777-4 April 1780 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAI 5.50 Box 3, Folder 2Identifier: UAI 5.50
Scope and Content: Drafts of notes recording the transactions, decisions, and votes enacted at Corporation meetings, which were later re-written into the formal record book. Materials consist of loose and sewn papers, as well as some ledger books. The drafts include annotations, corrections, and deletions, which may be of interest when compared with the formal entry of the same vote found in the formal minutes. There are significant gaps in coverage in this series.

15th reunion Harvard Class of 1915, June 15-19, 1930 Digital

Item Identifier: HUPSFPA, HUPSF Class of 1915 (PA 2)
Scope and Contents: All men in sailor hats and matching white jackets with colored lapels with badges affixed to lapels.

16 November 1719, 16 November 1719 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAI 5.50 Box 1, Folder 2Identifier: UAI 5.50
Scope and Content: Drafts of notes recording the transactions, decisions, and votes enacted at Corporation meetings, which were later re-written into the formal record book. Materials consist of loose and sewn papers, as well as some ledger books. The drafts include annotations, corrections, and deletions, which may be of interest when compared with the formal entry of the same vote found in the formal minutes. There are significant gaps in coverage in this series.

17 January 1822-23 December 1823, 17 January 1822-23 December 1823 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAI 5.50 Box 4, Folder 6Identifier: UAI 5.50
Scope and Content: Drafts of notes recording the transactions, decisions, and votes enacted at Corporation meetings, which were later re-written into the formal record book. Materials consist of loose and sewn papers, as well as some ledger books. The drafts include annotations, corrections, and deletions, which may be of interest when compared with the formal entry of the same vote found in the formal minutes. There are significant gaps in coverage in this series.

19 March 1819-8 October 1821, 19 March 1819-8 October 1821 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAI 5.50 Box 4, Folder 5Identifier: UAI 5.50
Scope and Content: Drafts of notes recording the transactions, decisions, and votes enacted at Corporation meetings, which were later re-written into the formal record book. Materials consist of loose and sewn papers, as well as some ledger books. The drafts include annotations, corrections, and deletions, which may be of interest when compared with the formal entry of the same vote found in the formal minutes. There are significant gaps in coverage in this series.