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Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908. A.L.s.(Edmund C. Stedman) to Marie [(Hansen)] Taylor; Bronxville, 12 Aug 1904., 1904. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Bayard Taylor papers
Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Am 1598, (455)
Scope and Contents: Consists principally of family correspondence of Bayard Taylor and his second wife, Marie Hansen Taylor. Includes about 1100 letters by Bayard Taylor, mostly to his first wife Mary Agnew, his second wife Marie Hansen, his mother Rebecca, his brother Frank, and his daughter Lillian; about 900 letters, mostly in German, by Marie Hansen Taylor to Bayard Taylor, and to her mother and her father, the Danish astronomer Peter Andreas Hansen; about 200 letters, in German, to Marie Hansen Taylor from...

Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908. A.L.s.(Edmund C. Stedman) to [Marie (Hansen) Taylor]; New York, 9 Apr 1904., 1904. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Bayard Taylor papers
Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Am 1598, (454)
Scope and Contents: Consists principally of family correspondence of Bayard Taylor and his second wife, Marie Hansen Taylor. Includes about 1100 letters by Bayard Taylor, mostly to his first wife Mary Agnew, his second wife Marie Hansen, his mother Rebecca, his brother Frank, and his daughter Lillian; about 900 letters, mostly in German, by Marie Hansen Taylor to Bayard Taylor, and to her mother and her father, the Danish astronomer Peter Andreas Hansen; about 200 letters, in German, to Marie Hansen Taylor from...

Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908. A.L.s.(Edmund Clarence Stedman) to [Marie (Hansen)] Taylor; New York, 16 Mar 1904., 1904. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Bayard Taylor papers
Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Am 1598, (453)
Scope and Contents: Consists principally of family correspondence of Bayard Taylor and his second wife, Marie Hansen Taylor. Includes about 1100 letters by Bayard Taylor, mostly to his first wife Mary Agnew, his second wife Marie Hansen, his mother Rebecca, his brother Frank, and his daughter Lillian; about 900 letters, mostly in German, by Marie Hansen Taylor to Bayard Taylor, and to her mother and her father, the Danish astronomer Peter Andreas Hansen; about 200 letters, in German, to Marie Hansen Taylor from...

Stedman, Ellen Douglas. A.L.s.(Ellen Douglas Stedman) to Marie [(Hansen)] Taylor; Bronxville, 22 Mar 1904., 1904. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Bayard Taylor papers
Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Am 1598, (456)
Scope and Contents: Consists principally of family correspondence of Bayard Taylor and his second wife, Marie Hansen Taylor. Includes about 1100 letters by Bayard Taylor, mostly to his first wife Mary Agnew, his second wife Marie Hansen, his mother Rebecca, his brother Frank, and his daughter Lillian; about 900 letters, mostly in German, by Marie Hansen Taylor to Bayard Taylor, and to her mother and her father, the Danish astronomer Peter Andreas Hansen; about 200 letters, in German, to Marie Hansen Taylor from...

Stedman, James. A.L.s. to Jared Sparks; Norwich, 8 Apr 1834., 1834. Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Sparks 49.1-49.3, MS Sparks 49.1, (35)
Scope and Contents: Documents copied or collected by Jared Sparks in the course of his editorial and historical work; the focus of the collection is the American Revolution. Includes letters and documents of John Armstrong, Benedict Arnold, William Ellery, Alexander Hamilton, Benjamin Lincoln, and Joseph Reed, among others. Also includes letters addressed to George Washington from various correspondents.

[Stedman's Medical Dictionary],, 1950. Digital

Item — Box: S042.44Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00096, 00097, 00098, 00100, Image: 00100.163
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs, negatives, slides, and photomechanical prints of Boston Medical Library officers, librarians, members, events, library materials, and buildings. Images depict building exteriors at 5 Hamilton Place, 19 Boylston Place, and 8 The Fenway; interior views of 19 Boylston Place and 8 The Fenway; events and meetings; and library materials including books, book plates, and library catalogs. Unless noted all images are black and white.

Steel Film of America, undated Digital

Item — Carton: 27Identifier: Arch CAV 2, 014424148_FM_0298
Scope and Contents: The film discusses the plight of steel workers, namely problems of unemployment and seeking steady work. It touches upon the idea of the American economy being tied to steel due to can manufacturing and discusses possible solutions: a supplemental unemployment benefit plan to protect workers as well as a supplemental unemployment benefit fund to be set up by the companies.

Steele, Maria Olivia, 1886 Digital

File — drawer: P1.3Identifier: gra00067, I
Scope and Contents: The following is a list of senders of the Davenport letters, with notations of number of letters and their inclusive years for each sender. In most cases the names of senders serve as folder titles; when "mounted postcards" are mentioned, however, users must refer to the postcard files at the end of the alphabet.

Steele, A.W. Teddy, the Universal Schoolmaster, 1910 June 8., 1910 Digital

Item — Box: 36Identifier: MS Am 3056, 1151
Scope and Contents: The collection includes 2,195 political cartoons published between 9 January 1884 to 27 October 1940. The cartoons detail the life and career of Theodore Roosevelt beginning when he was a New York State Assemblyman to the time of his death. The cartoons critique various moments of Roosevelt’s career as a politician, natural historian and nature conservator, military veteran, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, and New York Police Commissioner.

Steele, A.W. The Man in the Background: ""Hang This Teddy Business! a Man Who Does Things Can't Get a Look In!, 1910 June 22., 1910 Digital

Item — Box: 37Identifier: MS Am 3056, 1197
Scope and Contents: The collection includes 2,195 political cartoons published between 9 January 1884 to 27 October 1940. The cartoons detail the life and career of Theodore Roosevelt beginning when he was a New York State Assemblyman to the time of his death. The cartoons critique various moments of Roosevelt’s career as a politician, natural historian and nature conservator, military veteran, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, and New York Police Commissioner.