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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 strike , Apr 16 1969, Apr 16 1969 Digital

Item — Box: HUA 969.100.2 Box 2Identifier: HUA 969.100.2, HUA 969.100.2 (38)
Scope and Contents:

Posters are each unique and all date from April 1969 unless otherwise noted in the list below.

#1, 1910 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.22 Box 9, Folder: 14Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.22
Scope and Contents: Hart, together with a number of other Massachusetts men and women and several men with ties to Harvard, was a member of the Board of Trustees of Constantinople College (also called the American College for Girls at Constantinople), a school for Christian girls of the Ottoman Empire. This subseries documents the considerable amount of time Hart spent working on matters relating to the College and includes Hart’s correspondence with the president of the school, Mary Mills Patrick,...

#1, 1910 - 1912 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.22 Box 11, Folder: 5Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.22
Scope and Contents: The National Municipal League was composed of academics, lawyers, and reformers. Hart was the chairman of the executive committee. The subseries contains correspondence with other members of the League, including A. Lawrence Lowell, a vice-president, and Clinton Rogers Woodruff, the secretary. Correspondence is about membership, meetings, proceedings, and includes meeting minutes. Chiefly discussed is a proposed municipal yearbook, a published compilation of statistics on municipal...

1 Chronicles XXIX. 15, 1827-1831 Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 24Identifier: HUG 1871
Scope and Contents:

Paper notebook with green paper covers containing a handwritten sermon based on 1 Chronicles 29:15, "For we are strangers before thee and sojourners, as were all our Fathers: our day, on ye earth are as a shadow, & there is none abiding." The sermon was delivered on January 7, 1827 and January 9, 1831.

1 Corinthians XIII. 3, 1825-1831 Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 21Identifier: HUG 1871
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Paper notebook with brown paper covers containing a handwritten sermon based on 1 Corinthians 13:3, "And though I bestow all my good to feed the poor, and have not charity, it profitteth me nothing." The sermon was delivered multiple times between August 21, 1825 and June 12, 1831.

1 March 1806-22 January 1808, 1 March 1806-22 January 1808 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAI 5.50 Box 4, Folder 1Identifier: 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.

1 October 1771-12 March 1777, 1 October 1771-12 March 1777 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAI 5.50 Box 3, Folder 1Identifier: 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.

(1) [of 2], 1905 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.85 Box 2, Folder: 6Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.85
Scope and Contents: This series contains correspondence, notes, manuscripts, travel arrangements, programs, and news clippings primarily related to Hart’s speaking commitments and articles. The records demonstrate the breadth of Hart’s subject expertise as well as his popularity as a speaker. As early as 1886, Hart was in demand as a speaker on topics in American History, and within a decade he had expanded his areas of competence to include contemporary affairs, government, and international relations. By the...

[1 of 2], 1911 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.85 Box 4, Folder: 1Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.85
Scope and Contents: This series contains correspondence, notes, manuscripts, travel arrangements, programs, and news clippings primarily related to Hart’s speaking commitments and articles. The records demonstrate the breadth of Hart’s subject expertise as well as his popularity as a speaker. As early as 1886, Hart was in demand as a speaker on topics in American History, and within a decade he had expanded his areas of competence to include contemporary affairs, government, and international relations. By the...

[1 of 2], 1912 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.85 Box 4, Folder: 3Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.85
Scope and Contents: This series contains correspondence, notes, manuscripts, travel arrangements, programs, and news clippings primarily related to Hart’s speaking commitments and articles. The records demonstrate the breadth of Hart’s subject expertise as well as his popularity as a speaker. As early as 1886, Hart was in demand as a speaker on topics in American History, and within a decade he had expanded his areas of competence to include contemporary affairs, government, and international relations. By the...

[1 of 3], 1913 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.85 Box 4, Folder: 5Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.85
Scope and Contents: This series contains correspondence, notes, manuscripts, travel arrangements, programs, and news clippings primarily related to Hart’s speaking commitments and articles. The records demonstrate the breadth of Hart’s subject expertise as well as his popularity as a speaker. As early as 1886, Hart was in demand as a speaker on topics in American History, and within a decade he had expanded his areas of competence to include contemporary affairs, government, and international relations. By the...

#2, 1910 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.22 Box 9, Folder: 15Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.22
Scope and Contents: Hart, together with a number of other Massachusetts men and women and several men with ties to Harvard, was a member of the Board of Trustees of Constantinople College (also called the American College for Girls at Constantinople), a school for Christian girls of the Ottoman Empire. This subseries documents the considerable amount of time Hart spent working on matters relating to the College and includes Hart’s correspondence with the president of the school, Mary Mills Patrick,...

#2, 1910 - 1912 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.22 Box 11, Folder: 6Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.22
Scope and Contents: The National Municipal League was composed of academics, lawyers, and reformers. Hart was the chairman of the executive committee. The subseries contains correspondence with other members of the League, including A. Lawrence Lowell, a vice-president, and Clinton Rogers Woodruff, the secretary. Correspondence is about membership, meetings, proceedings, and includes meeting minutes. Chiefly discussed is a proposed municipal yearbook, a published compilation of statistics on municipal...

2 Kings XXII. 19, 1827-1832 Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 25Identifier: HUG 1871
Scope and Contents:

Paper notebook with gray paper covers containing a handwritten sermon based on 2 Kings 22:19, "Because they heart was tender." The sermon was delivered four times between April 1, 1827 and May 4, 1832.

(2) [of 2], 1905 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.85 Box 2, Folder: 7Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.85
Scope and Contents: This series contains correspondence, notes, manuscripts, travel arrangements, programs, and news clippings primarily related to Hart’s speaking commitments and articles. The records demonstrate the breadth of Hart’s subject expertise as well as his popularity as a speaker. As early as 1886, Hart was in demand as a speaker on topics in American History, and within a decade he had expanded his areas of competence to include contemporary affairs, government, and international relations. By the...

[2 of 2], 1911 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.85 Box 4, Folder: 2Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.85
Scope and Contents: This series contains correspondence, notes, manuscripts, travel arrangements, programs, and news clippings primarily related to Hart’s speaking commitments and articles. The records demonstrate the breadth of Hart’s subject expertise as well as his popularity as a speaker. As early as 1886, Hart was in demand as a speaker on topics in American History, and within a decade he had expanded his areas of competence to include contemporary affairs, government, and international relations. By the...

[2 of 2], 1912 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.85 Box 4, Folder: 4Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.85
Scope and Contents: This series contains correspondence, notes, manuscripts, travel arrangements, programs, and news clippings primarily related to Hart’s speaking commitments and articles. The records demonstrate the breadth of Hart’s subject expertise as well as his popularity as a speaker. As early as 1886, Hart was in demand as a speaker on topics in American History, and within a decade he had expanded his areas of competence to include contemporary affairs, government, and international relations. By the...

[2 of 3], 1913 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.85 Box 12, Folder: 2Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.85
Scope and Contents: This series contains correspondence, notes, manuscripts, travel arrangements, programs, and news clippings primarily related to Hart’s speaking commitments and articles. The records demonstrate the breadth of Hart’s subject expertise as well as his popularity as a speaker. As early as 1886, Hart was in demand as a speaker on topics in American History, and within a decade he had expanded his areas of competence to include contemporary affairs, government, and international relations. By the...

3 Ledgewood road -- Mrs. G. [Maddalena Giamberardino] backyard. Dave Fionda and Sept 1977, 1977 Digital

Item Identifier: HUM 346
Scope and Contents: Collection contains 247 color Kodak 35 mm slides of images taken by James F. Hensel while an undergraduate student at Harvard between 1976 and 1979, as well as the small Olympus camera used to take the images. The slides include images of undergraduate students at Harvard during the late 1970s. Hensel documented student parties, including house parties, basement parties, keg parties, and costume parties; student sports games, including Harvard-Yale football games; concerts; spring break...

[3 of 3], 1913 Digital

Item — Box: HUG 4448.85 Box 4, Folder: 6Identifier: HUG 4448, HUG 4448.85
Scope and Contents: This series contains correspondence, notes, manuscripts, travel arrangements, programs, and news clippings primarily related to Hart’s speaking commitments and articles. The records demonstrate the breadth of Hart’s subject expertise as well as his popularity as a speaker. As early as 1886, Hart was in demand as a speaker on topics in American History, and within a decade he had expanded his areas of competence to include contemporary affairs, government, and international relations. By the...

3rd Reunion, Harvard Class of 1927, 1930 Digital

Series Identifier: HUPSFPA, HUPSF Class of 1927 (PA 1)
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Group photograph of men dressed in prison stripes and caps. On the left is a large drum with "Sanford's Band Malden" written on it. On the right one of the "prisoners" is on horseback. A wheelbarrow containing straw is center front. The photograph was taken outdoors but the exact location is not apparent.

4 January 1720-25 April 1721, 4 January 1720-25 April 1721 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAI 5.50 Box 1, 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.

4 January 1824-1 July 1824; 5 August 1824-24 November 1824, 4 January 1824-1 July 1824; 5 August 1824-24 November 1824 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAI 5.50 Box 4, Folder 7Identifier: 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.

6 September 1717-24 September 1718 (incomplete), 6 September 1717-24 September 1718 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAI 5.50 Box 1, Folder 1Identifier: 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.

8. Statement of Facts &c, [1799] Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 16Identifier: UAI 20.799
Scope and Contents:

One folio-sized leaf containing a handwritten statement of accounting figures titled "Statement of Facts and Modern Estimates: Monies annually paid by or in behalf of the University in Cambridge."

Title transcribed from document verso.