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Wood, Abail. A.L.s.; Pownalborough, 3 Dec 1781., 1781. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Am 1811, (62)
Scope and Contents: The focus of this collection is on Loammi Baldwin's military service during the Revolutionary War, his activities with the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and his friendship with Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford. Contains correspondence (including 52 letters to his wife Mary Fowle Baldwin, many written while with the Continental Army in New York and New Jersey); army account books; a journal, 1768-1775; documents relating to the fortification of Boston harbor; and business papers of the...

Wood, Abail. A.L.s.; Pownalborough, 4 Nov 1782., 1782. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Am 1811, (63)
Scope and Contents: The focus of this collection is on Loammi Baldwin's military service during the Revolutionary War, his activities with the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and his friendship with Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford. Contains correspondence (including 52 letters to his wife Mary Fowle Baldwin, many written while with the Continental Army in New York and New Jersey); army account books; a journal, 1768-1775; documents relating to the fortification of Boston harbor; and business papers of the...

Wood, Abail. A.L.s.; Pownalborough, 26 Apr 1781., 1781. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Am 1811, (61)
Scope and Contents: The focus of this collection is on Loammi Baldwin's military service during the Revolutionary War, his activities with the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and his friendship with Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford. Contains correspondence (including 52 letters to his wife Mary Fowle Baldwin, many written while with the Continental Army in New York and New Jersey); army account books; a journal, 1768-1775; documents relating to the fortification of Boston harbor; and business papers of the...

Wood, Abial, recipient. A.L.s. (copy) from Loammi Baldwin; [Boston, 15 Feb 1782]., 1782 Digital

Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Am 1811, (159)
Scope and Contents: The focus of this collection is on Loammi Baldwin's military service during the Revolutionary War, his activities with the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and his friendship with Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford. Contains correspondence (including 52 letters to his wife Mary Fowle Baldwin, many written while with the Continental Army in New York and New Jersey); army account books; a journal, 1768-1775; documents relating to the fortification of Boston harbor; and business papers of the...

Wood, Abiel, 1807-1825, undated., 1807-1825, undated. Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS4909916, 4-3 to 6-18, 6-18
Scope and Contents: Contains legal papers of Joseph Emerson Smith, his father Manasseh Smith, Sr., his brother Samuel Emerson Smith and his nephews Joseph Emerson Smith II,S. Emerson Smith, Jr., and Benjamin F. Smith, attorneys who practiced in midcoast Maine,Boston and ...

Wood, Alphonso, 1810-1881. A class-book of botany... Boston, 1853. Digital

Item Identifier: EDR 1-590, EDR 426
Scope and Contents: Following are shelfmark numbers of books most clearly associated with Emily Dickinson. They contain her autograph; presentation inscriptions, to and from her; in a few cases Susan Dickinson's ascription of ownership to her, or other evidence of Emily Dickinson's ownership: EDR 8 EDR 469 EDR 21 EDR 23 EDR 33 EDR 467 ...

Wood, Casey, 1924 Digital

File — Box: 5, Folder: 47Identifier: gra00073, I
Scope and Contents: The Walter Deane papers include correspondence with about 500 botanists, botanical and ornithological organizations, and family members. Also contains diaries and journals (1882-1929) mostly concerning summers which Deane spent in Shelburne, N.H. and other biographical material. Botanical papers include manuscripts and records pertaining to Deane's botanical pursuits as well as notes on Flora of Blue Hills, plant records, indexes, and drafts of lectures and articles. The collection also...

Wood, Clement, 1888-, recipient. 3 letters; 1918-1919., 1918-1919. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Lowell 19-19.4, MS Lowell 19.1, (1422)
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.

Wood, Elijah. A.L.s. (Elijah Wood) to J[ohn] Lowell; Winthrop, 3 Jan 1794., 1794. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: John Lowell papers
Item — Box: 9Identifier: MS Am 1582, (785)
Scope and Contents: Contains professional correspondence and legal documents reflecting the careers of the two John Lowells, father and son. Includes depositions, testimonies and memoranda from legal cases; reports and petitions of congresses; and deeds, contracts, wills, accounts, receipts, and promissory notes. Also includes records of the Continental Congress, the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, various Massachusetts courts, and New England town meetings, as well as correspondence and court documents...

Wood, Evelyn, 1937-1938, n.d. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 398; M-129, 141.
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...