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Text of program by C.B.S. titled Memorial to Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, April 26, 1935., April 26, 1935. Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS 13128850, 2-1 to 2-21, 2-12
Scope and Contents: The Edward J. Holmes collection of materials relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. and his family consists of correspondence, estate matters, and various family documents, with some of the family documents relating to Fanny Dixwell Holmes's (OWH's wife) family history. Edward Holmes was OWH's nephew and had inherited these documents that include a number of items regarding trusts and estates held in the family. The bulk of the items...

[Text on the situation of Harvard College], [ca. 1818] Digital

Item — Box: 8, Folder: 20Identifier: HUG 1871
Scope and Contents: Four octavo-sized leaves containing a seven-and-a-half page handwritten history and opinion on the unfavorable public opinion towards Harvard College since the Revolutionary War. The document is in Ware's hand but is untitled and undated.

Title supplied by cataloger.

[Text only:] Boston. Bill ? James Otis 1757-1760. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Am 579, MS Am 580, MS Am 579 (10), Volume X, page 39.
Scope and Contents: Contains deeds, wills, bills of exchange, letters, and insurance accounts. Note in front of volume states that many pages were cut and sent to the Harvard University Archives as the contents seemed to have no relation to the Bourn family. Pages noted to have been cut are: 1-6, 9, 10, 13-16, 57, 58, 69, 70, 75, 76, 83, and 84. References to these pages still remain in the index. See...

[Text only:] Controversy between Mascarene and M. De St. Poncy. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Paul Mascarene papers
Item Identifier: MS Am 813, Page 34.
Scope and Contents: Papers include correspondence, poems, and documents. Includes correspondence with French missionaries in the colony of Nova Scotia.

[Text only:] Teunie Dekey = Helena [genealogical chart] Digital

Item Identifier: MS Am 579, MS Am 580, MS Am 579 (5), Volume V, page 82.
Scope and Contents: Volume includes typescript name index at beginning.

Includes the following name groupings: Benjamin Bourn, Captain Melatiah Bourn, Jr., Shearjashub Bourn, Timothy Bourn, William Bourn, Silvanus Bourn, Sr., Silvanus Bourn, Jr., Bayard family papers, Bowdoin family papers, Samuel Sturgis correspondence (1748-1767), and Miscellaneous letters.

Texts from various sources, late 1920s - early 1930s Digital

File Identifier: MS.BZ.004, Subgroup 2, Series 1, Box 1, Folder 9
Scope and Contents: This series documents the conservation, restoration, survey, and research that were conducted by the Byzantine Institute and Dumbarton Oaks fieldwork directors and staff, including Thomas Whittemore, Paul Underwood, Nicholas Kluge, Richard A. Gregory, Ernest Hawkins, and others. The contents contain fieldwork notebooks, research and bibliographic notes, drawings, sketches, charts, and ground plans from the fieldwork projects conducted in the following locations: Egypt, Turkey, Republic of...

Texts in English and Greek for reels 4 and 5 (6 pp.) Digital

Item Identifier: AWM 15000-15067
Scope and Content Note: The Collection represents Laura Boulton's field work and research throughout the Eastern Orthodox world between 1953 and 1969. It comprises reel-to-reel tapes and their accompanying logbooks, hand and typewritten notes, commercially issued LP's, published books, and ancillary materials such as essays, journal offprints, pamphlets, correspondence, and miscellaneous written items. The commercially published materials (LP's and books) have been catalogued individually and it is possible for users...

Teymur Khān Digital

Track Identifier: AWM RL 16198-16251, AWM SC 11742-11763
Scope and Content Note: The audio reels in the collection resulted from ethnomusicological fieldwork conducted in the northern part of Iranian Khorāsān in the years of 1968-1969 and 1972. There are 54 audio reel tapes, on 5-inch and 3½-inch reels, containing about 50 hours of recording. The main emphasis is on sung poetry in three languages – Persian [Farsi], Khorasani Turkish [Torki], and Kurmanji Kurdish. This finding aid arranges the material according to the types of performer active in the cities of Mashhad and...