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The Bee (club). Digital

Item Identifier: RG XXIV, Series 5, 4.22.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This is a collection of subject files related to Radcliffe College, mostly consisting of printed materials. The files cover the Alumni Association, organizations, publications, buildings, events, committees, conferences, fundraising, programs, and other miscellaneous material relating to Radcliffe. The collection is organized by subject and arranged alphabetically. Within broader subjects or topics, folders may be arranged chronologically. These files do not contain biographical information....

The Beginning of the eclipse at Vassar College. March 16, 1885 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAV 630.271 Box 43Identifier: UAV 630.271, Image Number 382
Scope of the collection: These are a subset of the records of the Harvard College Observatory. These photographs depict the staff activities including travel and research, of the Harvard College Observatory as well as the the landscape, buildings, and equipment in Cambridge and at observatory stations in Colorado, California, Jamaica, and South America (chiefly Peru). Research was primarily astronomical, but also included some meteorological observation.

The Big Stick in Moments of Relaxation 1907 April 17., 1907 Digital

Item — Box: 27Identifier: MS Am 3056, 804
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.

"The ""Big Stick"" Policy We All Approve, 1905 May 24., 1905 Digital

Item — Box: 18Identifier: MS Am 3056, 506
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.

The big windmill in the marshes. West-Deep a.d. Rega; [1929-1933]., [1929-1933]. Digital

Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Ger 146.4, (190)
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.

The Bird her punctual music brings Pencil. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Emily Dickinson poems / Series: II. Loose sheets
Item Identifier: MS Am 1118.3, (323)
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of 40 "packets," or fascicles, containing poems by Emily Dickinson. Dickinson used the manuscript books as a way of organizing her poetry, and copied into them poems composed on other sheets and scraps. For the most part, then, these poems are fair copies, not real working drafts. Some, however, do contain alterations, or alternative word choices; this is indicated in the finding aid. The term "fascicle" refers to the sheets bound/sewn together by Dickinson;...

The Bird Like No Other, n.d.: typescripts. Published in Daily News, August 24, 1964, and in The Richer, the Poorer. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 676; Vt-17, 6.8.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The papers of Dorothy West include personal and professional correspondence, drafts, manuscripts, published stories and articles, issues of Challenge and New Challenge edited by West, several manuscripts sent to West by other Harlem Renaissance writers, and photographs. Professor Deborah McDowell helped West sort and arrange some of her papers for donation to the Library; this first accession arrived in 1985 and staff created a preliminary...

The Birds, n.d.: typescript. Published in Daily News, July 19, 1960. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 676; Vt-17, 6.9.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The papers of Dorothy West include personal and professional correspondence, drafts, manuscripts, published stories and articles, issues of Challenge and New Challenge edited by West, several manuscripts sent to West by other Harlem Renaissance writers, and photographs. Professor Deborah McDowell helped West sort and arrange some of her papers for donation to the Library; this first accession arrived in 1985 and staff created a preliminary...

The birth of a nation : souvenir program, ca. 1915., 1915. Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Thr 713, (9)
Scope and Contents: The collection includes souvenir programs and related clippings, memorandum, and promotional materials from 20th-century film and theatrical productions. The collection is composed primarily of motion picture programs.

The Birth of a New Steelworks - Part III Nipon Steel Corporation, undated Digital

Item — Carton: 213Identifier: Arch CAV 2, 014424148_FM_1439
Scope and Contents: The film showcases the creation of a steel company, Oita Works, in Oita, Japan. It features the planning and approval process, the creation of their facilities by breaking ground and building various infrastructure, the grand opening of the factory, along with shots of workers doing their jobs and operating machinery. The film also includes shots of the facilities from above and diagrams displaying the layout of the facilities, illustrating the processes/materials used as well as explaining...