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RECORDS: 121941 - 121950 of 122534

Writings by Amelia Earhart, 1928, 1935, 1937: Clippings of articles, 1928, 1937; "Questionnaire for Women Students, 1934-1935,"Purdue University, blank, mimeo; "Are American Women Holding Aviation Back?" in Liberty, 2/13/1937. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 398; M-129, 166f+.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection had been used extensively for research both before and after its arrival at the Schlesinger Library, and was given a preliminary sorting by SL staff assistants in 1983; Amy Otis Earhart's original order, if any, was no longer apparent when final processing began. Most of the papers in this collection are letters to Amy Otis Earhart from relatives (including Amelia Earhart, George Palmer Putnam, and Muriel Earhart Morrissey), friends, and Amelia Earhart fans, while...

Writings by Claire Chennault, 1949, 1952, n.d.; includes writings on China and reprint of foreword to Way of a Fighter. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 552, 35.6.
Scope and Contents: Subseries A, Biographical and personal, 1939-1994, n.d. (#33.1-35.11, 80.1-80.2) contains material by and about General Claire Chennault, including articles about him by Anna Chennault and others, obituaries and tributes; writings by him, including drafts of a book titled My China Years; and preliminary treatments for a book and movie called Chennault of China and related correspondence. The subseries also includes Claire Chennault's diary, translated...

Writings by others, n.d.: Digital

Item Identifier: MC 332; M-88, 77.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection consists almost entirely of correspondence, with small numbers of photographs of Emma Goldman, Leon Malmed, and Alexander Berkman, printed ephemera, and writings by Goldman and others. The correspondence consists mainly of more than 450 letters, postcards and telegrams from Goldman to Malmed, 1906-1939; in many of the later ones Goldman enclosed carbon copies of her letters to others or carbon copies of transcripts of letters from others to her. Other major writers to Malmed...

Writings by OWH, including transcripts of letters Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS13131972, 4-12 to 4-13, 4-12
Scope and Contents: The Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. Addenda spans the years 1818 to 1978 with the bulk of the materials falling between 1881 and 1940. The collection includes personal correspondence, biographical materials about Holmes and his family, including his wife’s family the Dixwells, some judicial materials from both the U. S. Supreme Court and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and photocopies and reprints of items to and about Holmes.

Writings by Sarah Stone Lawrence, n.d. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 411, 637.
Scope and Contents: Series II, Children of Samuel and Hannah (Lane) Blackwell, 1833-1981 (#16-640), contains correspondence between the siblings and their parents, writings, financial papers, diaries, and biographical material about the Blackwell siblings and their spouses. There are also correspondence and papers of English cousins: Kenyon Blackwell and Marie Blackwell, later Mme. Droussart, and Samuel H. Blackwell, and correspondence and papers of relatives of Emma Stone (Lawrence) Blackwell. The series is...