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"Absurd Theatre with HUPD- Act II," screenshot,

Digital Record Identifier: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.ARCH:9276603

Autograph letter

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Digital Image Identifier: 45775677

Book I: April-June 16, 1903. Western Hupeh and Ichang to Kiating Fu: November 30, 1903-December 22, 1903. Kiating to Tung Sing: April 23-April 30, 1904. Sui Fu to mouth of Tung, 1903 - 1904 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 2, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Book IA: April 25-June 18, 1903. Ichang to Kiating. Plant notes Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 3, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Book II, Part 1: June 25-July 26, 1903. Kiating Fu to Tachien-lu and return via Wa-chan. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 4, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Book II, Part 2: July 28-August 4, 1903. Kiating Fu to Tachien-lu and return. Turned around, this notebook has a separate section: July 14-23, 1903, Tachien-lu, Tung Valley. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 5, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Book IIA: June 25-August 4, 1903. Plant notes. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 6, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Book III, Part 1: Kiating Fu to Sung Pan Ting via Cheng Fu and return., August 10-September 23, 1903. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 7, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Book IV: Kiating to Mount Omei and return, October 13-23, 1903; , November 6-20, 1903. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 8, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

“Booms and Busts: The Legal Dynamics of Modern Money,” Christine Desan, screenshot

Digital Record Identifier: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.ARCH:9276609

“Bread and Puppet visits Occupy Harvard,” screenshot

Digital Record Identifier: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.ARCH:9276608

La Peste; People in Stores, 5/30/1981 ; 5/15/1981. Digital

Item — cassette: C 37379Identifier: C 37346 - C 37816
Scope and Contents: People in Stores (aka PiS) was a Boston-based band from the formative post-punk era of the early 80s. The band performed in the Boston area and elsewhere in New England from 1979-1983. PiS had a uniquely strange and intellectual approach to the crafting of a pop song. Band members were co-founders with other Boston bands of Propeller - the artist-run collective record label. The band recorded a single, an EP and contributed to the Propeller Records compilation tape during its recording...

Bound and Gagged ; Only Ones/Clash, 1/30/1981. Digital

Item — cassette: C 37541Identifier: C 37346 - C 37816
Scope and Contents: The all-female band Bound and Gagged formed in 1979 and released an eponymous EP in 1980 on the Boston-based Modern Method label. Live performance recorded at Hurrah in New York City. Martha Swetzoff - guitar, vocals and percussion Wendy Stone - guitar Trude Koby - bass and vocals Marcia...

Bound and Gagged, 1/29/1981. Digital

Item — cassette: C 37542Identifier: C 37346 - C 37816
Scope and Contents: The all-female band Bound and Gagged formed in 1979 and released an eponymous EP in 1980 on the Boston-based Modern Method label. Live performance recorded at Baba O'Reilly's in New London, CT. Martha Swetzoff - guitar, vocals and percussion Wendy Stone - guitar Trude Koby - bass and vocals ...

Bound and Gagged, 1/29/1981. Digital

Item — cassette: C 37542Identifier: C 37346 - C 37816
Scope and Contents: The all-female band Bound and Gagged formed in 1979 and released an eponymous EP in 1980 on the Boston-based Modern Method label. Live performance recorded at Baba O'Reilly's in New London, CT. Martha Swetzoff - guitar, vocals and percussion Wendy Stone - guitar Trude Koby - bass and vocals ...

People In Stores, 5/29/1981. Digital

Item — cassette: C 37627Identifier: C 37346 - C 37816
Scope and Contents: People in Stores (aka PiS) was a Boston-based band from the formative post-punk era of the early 80s. The band performed in the Boston area and elsewhere in New England from 1979-1983. PiS had a uniquely strange and intellectual approach to the crafting of a pop song. Band members were co-founders with other Boston bands of Propeller - the artist-run collective record label. The band recorded a single, an EP and contributed to the Propeller Records compilation tape during its recording days....

People In Stores, 5/29/1981. Digital

Item — cassette: C 37627Identifier: C 37346 - C 37816
Scope and Contents: People in Stores (aka PiS) was a Boston-based band from the formative post-punk era of the early 80s. The band performed in the Boston area and elsewhere in New England from 1979-1983. PiS had a uniquely strange and intellectual approach to the crafting of a pop song. Band members were co-founders with other Boston bands of Propeller - the artist-run collective record label. The band recorded a single, an EP and contributed to the Propeller Records compilation tape during its recording days....

[Carbon of outgoing letter from William Coolidge Lane to Julian Abele], August 2nd, 1913 Digital

document Identifier: UAIII 50.8.10.2, UAIII 50.8.10.2 Box 44, Folder 6
Scope and Contents:

This folder contains material relating to the building of Widener Memorial Library.

Devlin, Patrick , 1964, 1966 Digital

File Identifier: HOLLIS 601704, 2-21
Scope and Contents: The Papers of Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr. (1906-) span the years 1930 to 1968. The Papers consist mainly of correspondence; seventeen items are printed legal briefs, memoranda and other types of legal documents. Judge Wyzanski's correspondence is with friends and associates and is of a personal-professional nature. It includes both letters received and carbons of letters sent. Many of the people under whom Wyzanski worked,...

“Economics for the 99%,” Juliet Schor, screenshot

Digital Record Identifier: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.ARCH:9276611

EHW's notebook: "Hosie's itinerary. Tatien-lu to Chentu..." (Notes from A. Hosie, "Three years in Western China," 1887?) Digital

Item — Box: 4, Folder: 4, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.II
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

General instructions from Messrs. Veitch, 1902.

Digital Record Identifier: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:ARB.JPLIB:2466169