Skip to main content Skip to search results

RECORDS: 103981 - 103990 of 122534

Smith, Maria Ward. Letter, 1841., 1841. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Eli Smith papers / Unspecified: I. Letters to Eli Smith
Item Identifier: ABC 60, (77)
Scope and Contents: The papers span the whole of Smith's career 1826-1857 and include a few items before that. His correspondence was chiefly but not exclusively with missionary colleagues and with his family. There are also papers of his first wife Sarah L. Smith, of his widow Hetty Smith (down to 1869), and a few items from his children including Charles L. Smith. Eli Smith's own letters are mostly copies made in a copying...

Smith, Marian Parris, recipient. 1 letter; 1922., 1922. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Lowell 19-19.4, MS Lowell 19.1, (1198)
Scope and Contents: Correspondence is with American and English poets as well as other literary figures. The collection includes letters to Amy Lowell from approximately 1400 different correspondents, copies of her outgoing letters (chiefly after 1913), some correspondence between others, and letters of condolence received by Lowell's companion, Ada Russell, and members of Lowell's family upon her death. Finally, there is a small amount of printed ephemera from organizations in which Lowell was involved.

Smith, Mariwether, 1730-1794. A.L.s. to Benjamin Harrison; Tappahanock, 6 Feb 1783., 1783. Digital

Item — Box: 6Identifier: MS Am 1649.1-1649.23, bMS Am 1649.5, (316)
Scope and Contents: Autograph letters and documents of American political and military leaders and others associated with the Revolution, presidential administrations, and other political and military events. Persons represented include delegates to the Albany Congress, Stamp Act Congress, Continental Congress, and Hartford Convention; signers of the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, and U.S. Constitution; officers of the Revolution; aides and secretaries to George Washington; state and...

Smith, Mariwether, 1730-1794. A.L.s. to George Brian; Philadelphia, 1 Nov 1778., 1778. Digital

Item — Box: 6Identifier: MS Am 1649.1-1649.23, bMS Am 1649.5, (315)
Scope and Contents: Autograph letters and documents of American political and military leaders and others associated with the Revolution, presidential administrations, and other political and military events. Persons represented include delegates to the Albany Congress, Stamp Act Congress, Continental Congress, and Hartford Convention; signers of the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, and U.S. Constitution; officers of the Revolution; aides and secretaries to George Washington; state and...

Smith, Martha Gilbert, 1829-1895. Letters to Susan Huntington Dickinson; [Geneva], [1861]., [1861]. Digital

Item — Box: 12Identifier: MS Am 1118.95, (265)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of this collection consists of correspondence and compositions by members of the family of Emily Dickinson. The majority of the papers belong to her brother, Austin Dickinson, her brother's wife, Susan Huntington Dickinson, and her parents, Edward and Emily Norcross Dickinson.I. Austin Dickinson papers, 1842-1896. This series includes correspondence between Austin Dickinson and his family members, especially his wife, Susan Huntington Dickinson....

Smith, Martha Gilbert, 1829-1895. Portrait, ca.1851., 1851. Digital

Item — Multiple ContainersIdentifier: MS Am 1118.99b, (65)
Scope and Contents: Photographs include the following formats: ambrotype, cabinet photographs, cartes-de-visite, daguerreotypes, group portraits, portraits, photograph on milk glass, proofs, tintypes, and others. Other materials include: clippings, drawings, engraving plate, engravings, lithographs, notes, and ...

Smith, Martha Gilbert, 1829-1895, recipient. Letters to Susan Huntington Dickinson; [Geneva (N.Y.)], [1883]., [1883]. Digital

Item — Box: 12Identifier: MS Am 1118.95, (266)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of this collection consists of correspondence and compositions by members of the family of Emily Dickinson. The majority of the papers belong to her brother, Austin Dickinson, her brother's wife, Susan Huntington Dickinson, and her parents, Edward and Emily Norcross Dickinson.I. Austin Dickinson papers, 1842-1896. This series includes correspondence between Austin Dickinson and his family members, especially his wife, Susan Huntington Dickinson....

Smith, Martha Gilbert, 1829-1895, recipient. Letters to Susan Huntington Dickinson; [no place], [1885]., [1885]. Digital

Item — Box: 12Identifier: MS Am 1118.95, (267)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of this collection consists of correspondence and compositions by members of the family of Emily Dickinson. The majority of the papers belong to her brother, Austin Dickinson, her brother's wife, Susan Huntington Dickinson, and her parents, Edward and Emily Norcross Dickinson.I. Austin Dickinson papers, 1842-1896. This series includes correspondence between Austin Dickinson and his family members, especially his wife, Susan Huntington Dickinson....

Smith, May (Riley), 1842?-, recipient. 1 letter; 1924., 1924. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Lowell 19-19.4, MS Lowell 19.1, (1199)
Scope and Contents: Correspondence is with American and English poets as well as other literary figures. The collection includes letters to Amy Lowell from approximately 1400 different correspondents, copies of her outgoing letters (chiefly after 1913), some correspondence between others, and letters of condolence received by Lowell's companion, Ada Russell, and members of Lowell's family upon her death. Finally, there is a small amount of printed ephemera from organizations in which Lowell was involved.

Smith, Melancthon, 1810-1893. A.L.s.to John Anthony Quitman; Quitman, Miss., 20 Jan 1858., 1858. Digital

Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Am 796, (200)
Scope and Contents: Collection is concerned chiefly with the movement in the 1850s among prominent political and military leaders in the South to invade and capture Cuba and northern Mexico in order to extend slave territory. It consists primarily of over 250 letters to Major-General Quitman who was to lead the annexation movement. Most of the letters are dated 1854-1858, some are from 1847 when Quitman was in Mexico City. Also includes 10 letters by Quitman, 2 printed copies of his speeches in Congress, accounts...