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Blanche Cook interview with Murray re: Eleanor Roosevelt, October 19, 1983. Tape 1, Side 2. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 412; T-194; T-245, 2647at.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection documents many aspects of Murray's professional and unpaid work, as well as some areas of her personal life. Information about areas in which the professional and personal aspects of Murray's life intersected can be sometimes be found in two different series. For example, in addition to the papers about Murray's ancestors in the family section of Series I, Personal and biographical, family materials that Murray assembled while doing research for Proud...

Subjects: Blanche Cook interview with Murray re: Eleanor Roosevelt, October 19, 1983. Tape 2. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 412; T-194; T-245, 2648at.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection documents many aspects of Murray's professional and unpaid work, as well as some areas of her personal life. Information about areas in which the professional and personal aspects of Murray's life intersected can be sometimes be found in two different series. For example, in addition to the papers about Murray's ancestors in the family section of Series I, Personal and biographical, family materials that Murray assembled while doing research for Proud...

Subjects: Eleanor Roosevelt oral history with Dr. Soabes, February 3, 1978. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 412; T-194; T-245, 2643at.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection documents many aspects of Murray's professional and unpaid work, as well as some areas of her personal life. Information about areas in which the professional and personal aspects of Murray's life intersected can be sometimes be found in two different series. For example, in addition to the papers about Murray's ancestors in the family section of Series I, Personal and biographical, family materials that Murray assembled while doing research for Proud...

Subjects for Investigation by the Senior Class of the Divinity School, ca. 1829 Digital

Item — Box: 8, Folder: 29Identifier: HUG 1871
Scope and Contents: Paper notebook with marbled paper covers containing handwritten questions in about religion. The notebook includes laid-in leaves with additional questions, notes, and lists with names of the members of the Divinity School Classes of 1829 and 1830.

Subjects suggested by Andrews Norton, ca. 1820s, 1820s Digital

Item Identifier: UAI 20.790, UAI 20.790 Box 1, Folder 18
Scope and Contents: Four documents with suggested questions in the hand of Andrews Norton, Dexter Lecturer on Biblical Literature from 1813 to 1830. One of the documents is signed by Norton and addressed to President Kirkland.

Title transcribed from verso.

Subjects suggested by Edward Everett, 1823, undated, 1823, Digital

Item Identifier: UAI 20.790, UAI 20.790 Box 1, Folder 14
Scope and Contents: Four letters in the hand of Edward Everett, the Eliot Professor of Greek Literature from 1815 until 1826, containing suggested subjects and questions for President Kirkland. Three of the documents are undated and one is dated November 5, 1823.

Subjects suggested by John Farrar, ca. 1820s, 1820s Digital

Item Identifier: UAI 20.790, UAI 20.790 Box 1, Folder 16
Scope and Contents: A handwritten letter to President John Thornton Kirkland with five suggested subjects from John Farrar, the Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy from 1807 until 1836.

Subjects suggested by John Webster, 1826 July, 1826 July Digital

Item Identifier: UAI 20.790, UAI 20.790 Box 1, Folder 15
Scope and Contents: A handwritten letter with suggested subjects from John White Webster, a lecturer of chemistry, mineralogy, and geology at the Harvard Medical College from 1824 until 1827, when he was appointed the Erving Professor of Chemistry (1827-1850).

Subjects suggested by Levi Hedge, ca. 1820s, 1820s Digital

Item Identifier: UAI 20.790, UAI 20.790 Box 1, Folder 17
Scope and Contents: A handwritten letter to President Kirkland with three suggested questions from Levi Hedge, a professor of logic and metaphysics from 1810 to 1827, and the Alford Professor of Natural Religion, Moral Philosophy, and Civil Polity from 1827 to 1832.

Title transcribed from verso.

Sublevación de Negros, 1839., 1839. Digital

Item — Box: 28Identifier: MS Span 52, (708)
Scope and Contents: This collection contains autograph manuscripts, correspondence, historical documents, printed items, and other materials pertaining to various aspects of Cuban history and culture. Language is primarily Spanish, though there is a scattering of English-language materials. Included throughout are clippings, drawings, lithographs, portraits, sketches, individual issues of journals and newspapers, decrees, orders, obituaries, pamphlets and leaflets. The "Correspondence" series is...