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Reel to reel tapes of radio show, "NOW We're Talking." NOW We're Talking. "Open Doors." Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). WCAS. September 22, 1974. 31 minutes. Digital

Item Identifier: 77-M13--96-M48; T-187, T-187.4.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Series I, History and founding (#1-13f+), includes charter, correspondence about the founding, statement of purpose, bylaws, and report on structure of Boston NOW. It also contains a 1971 survey of NOW chapters, which gives a useful summary of the state of the organization nationwide. Boston NOW's web site is being captured periodically as part of Harvard University Library's Web Archive Collection (WAX). Series II, Board and officers (#14-128), consists mainly of minutes of board...

Reel to reel tapes of radio show, "NOW We're Talking." NOW We're Talking. "Outgoing President of Boston NOW." Elaine Giddis. International Women's Year Conference. Anna Del Prado. WCAS. November 27, 1977. WTBS. December 2, 1977. 28 minutes. Digital

Item Identifier: 77-M13--96-M48; T-187, T-187.70.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Series I, History and founding (#1-13f+), includes charter, correspondence about the founding, statement of purpose, bylaws, and report on structure of Boston NOW. It also contains a 1971 survey of NOW chapters, which gives a useful summary of the state of the organization nationwide. Boston NOW's web site is being captured periodically as part of Harvard University Library's Web Archive Collection (WAX). Series II, Board and officers (#14-128), consists mainly of minutes of board...

Reese, Joe, 1970., 1970. Digital

Item — Box: 32Identifier: MS Thr 411, (1548)
Scope and Contents: The archive includes business and personal papers of George Balanchine from his American years (1933-1983). The only exception is an agreement, signed by Balanchine and a group of young dancers upon leaving Russia in 1924. The archive also includes business correspondence of the New York City Ballet from the time of its establishment in 1948 to 1989. A small part of the archive concerns the operations of the George Balanchine Foundation established three month after Balanchine's death in 1983,...

Reese, Lew. Playbill, 1871., 1871. Digital

Sub-Series — Box: 16Identifier: MS Thr 556, (537)
Scope and Contents: The collection includes images of minstrel performers and troupes, playbills and programs of performances, and other miscellaneous materials concerning minstrel shows. The images are of individual minstrel performers and troupes, primarily from American minstrel shows ca. 1830s to 1890s. A variety of formats are included: lithographs, photographs, a few etchings and cabinet photographs, printed clippings, photomechanical prints, 1 tintype, and others. Some prints are hand-colored...

Reess, Max [Friedrich Timotheus Ferdinand Maria] Digital

File — Volume: 4, Page: 107Identifier: gra00084
Scope and Contents: 3 page letter from New York, NY, 10 March 1874.

Reeve, J. Stanley, 1878-, recipient. 2 letters; 1921-1924., 1921-1924. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Lowell 19-19.4, MS Lowell 19.1, (1060)
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.

Reeve, Katharine, recipient. 10 letters; 1917-1923., 1917-1923. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Lowell 19-19.4, MS Lowell 19.1, (1061)
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.

Reeve, Lovell A., 1855-1865 Digital

File Identifier: gra00078
Scope and Contents: This collection, approximately 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker,...

Reeve, Virginia Watson, recipient. 1 letter; 1920., 1920. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Lowell 19-19.4, MS Lowell 19.1, (1062)
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.

Reeve, William. 2 letters; 1771., 1771. Digital

Item — Box: 49Identifier: MS Am 1704-1704.9, 1704.11-1704.21, MS Am 1704.3, (167)
Scope and Contents: The material of this collection encompasses over 150 years of American history and many items of interest besides those documenting the life and works of John Gorham Palfrey, who is its central figure. A few of these may be briefly mentioned here. The papers of William Palfrey include letters between John Wilkes and the Sons of Liberty and William Palfrey's...