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RECORDS: 121941 - 121950 of 131065

Two sketches in ink by Fanny D. Holmes,n.d., n.d. Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS13131972, 5-14
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.

Two sloops on the Baltic. Deep a.d. Rega; [1928-1932]., [1928-1932]. Digital

Item — Box: 5Identifier: MS Ger 146.4, (502)
Scope and Contents: 531 black-and-white photographs taken by Lyonel Feininger. The photographs were identified, given titles, and arranged by T. Lux Feininger, the artist's son. Collection includes T. Lux Feininger's card index to this collection (item 532), from which the collection finding aid was produced; and some family photographs, including photographs of Lyonel's wife, Julia Feininger.

Two small cards, ca. 1830 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 31Identifier: HUD 794.83
Scope and Contents: This series contains documents either collected or created by Charles Sumner while he was an undergraduate at Harvard College from 1826 to 1830 and in the years following his graduation. It contains his quarter bills (also known as term bills) and absence forms, which tallied his absence or tardiness from religious worship, recitations and lectures, and disputations and declamations, from 1826 to 1830. It also contains programs from Exhibitions and Commencement exercises held in various years,...

Two small notebooks containing Eliphalet Pearson’s reports on College lands throughout Maine, circa 1802 Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 84Identifier: UAI15.750
Scope and Contents: Also includes loose memorandum about “Marsh No. VI.”

Two soliders lowering the flag of the United Kingdom. Kandy (Sri Lanka), undated. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 557, (121)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in the Monk’s House Photograph album MH-1 are portraits. The first seven pages of Monk’s House photograph album I contain portraits of public figures many of whom were friends of the Woolf and Stephen families or were relatives of the families. The photographs include portraits of Thomas Hardy, Oliver Wendell Holmes and other famous men and women of the time period. The rest of the album contains portraits of members of the Duckworth, Stephen and...

[Two students reading in Harvard Medical School library],, 1923-1924. Digital

Item — Box: L003.09Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00096a, Image: 00096.126
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs, lantern slides, negatives and photomechanical prints depicting interiors of Harvard Medical School buildings at locations on North Grove Street (1847-1883), Boylston Street (1883-1906) and Longwood Avenue (1906-present). Included are images of Warren Anatomical Museum artifacts stored at the North Grove Street location; early images of laboratories at 688 Boylston Street; and later images of laboratories, classrooms, libraries, and other interior spaces...

Two trees and a snowy lawn. Monk's House (Rodmell, England), undated. Digital

document Identifier: MS Thr 561, (17)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in this album are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The rest of the photographs include portraits or scenic landscapes of their homes or from their travels. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Julian Bell, Quentin Bell, Dora de Houghton Carrington, E. M. (Edward Morgan) Forster, Roger Eliot Fry, Angelica Garnett, Duncan Grant, Ralph...

Two undescribed estimates and/or bills, [1808?], [1808?] Digital

Item — unspecified: UAI 50.6 Box 2, unspecified: Folder 16Identifier: UAI 50.x
Scope and content: Documents created or received by the Treasurer relating to Harvard finances from 1678 to 1896. Topics include tuition, salaries, real estate, income and disbursements, construction and repair estimates and expenses, insurance, post-Revolutionary War currency depreciation, investments and securities, and other financial transactions. Records were most likely collected and organized by librarians and archivists throughout the years. “Payments from special funds” and...

[Two unidentified, Grant V. Rodkey, Edward P. Richardson, Jr.],, 1964. Digital

Item — Box: S047.40Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00096, 00097, 00098, 00100, Image: 00098.436
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.

Two unidentified men : cabinet photograph by Messrs. Stearns, Cambridge (England), undated. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 564, (123) RESTRICTED
Scope and Contents: Includes snapshots and portraits of Leonard Woolf, Virginia Woolf, members of the Stephen and Woolf families, and other friends and family members.