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Tuttle, Horace P., Case of, 1863., 1863. Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS 601717, 23-1
Scope and Contents: The papers of Simon Greenleaf (1783-1853) span the years 1792-1853, with the bulk of the material falling in the 1820-1850 period. The collection includes correspondence (both letters received and drafts of letters sent); legislative and legal documents such as drafts of briefs, contracts, agreements, depositions, wills and deeds, ...

Tuttle, Margaret M., 1912 Digital

File — Box: 4, Folder: 165Identifier: 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...

Tuttle, Mary, recipient. 1 letter; 1923., 1923. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Lowell 19-19.4, MS Lowell 19.1, (1311)
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.

Tuttle, Samuel. MS.D.s.; [Chelsea?] 18 Jun 1753., 1753. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Tudor family papers
Item — Box: 4Identifier: MS Am 1197, (250)
Scope and Contents: Correspondence and documents, including family letters primarily from Frederic Tudor to his brother William and from William Tudor Jr. to his father. Correspondence also includes thirty-four letters, 1789-1801, to William Tudor Sr. written from England by Sarah Troutbeck, daughter of John Troutbeck, King's reader at King's Chapel, Boston, who had returned to England during the Revolution. Another group of nineteen letters, written in 1823 from Washington by William Lee (1772-1840) to William...

Tuttle, Sarah Smith, 1826., 1826. Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS4909916, 7-10 to 8-13, 8-12
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 ...

Composition: Tuundaragha (In the Tundra) Digital

Track Identifier: AWM RL 16252 - 16357, AWM V 11592 - 11597
Scope and Content Note: The collection includes sound recordings (22 acetate and polyester audio tape reels), 7 PAL VHS videocassettes, and one folder containing the original reel boxes with notes written in Russian.The collection includes recordings of traditional music made from 1957 through 1990. The majority of the audio and video footage of the collection is devoted to the Sakha (Yakut), an indigenous people from the Sakha Republic of the Russian Federation, formerly known as the Yakut ASSR (Autonomous...

Tuva. Digital

Item — Box: 24Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

TV Guide, 1963., 1963. Digital

Item — Box: 38Identifier: MS Thr 411, (1853)
Scope and Contents: The archive includes business and personal papers of George Balanchine from his American years (1933-1983). The only exception is an agreement, signed by Balanchine and a group of young dancers upon leaving Russia in 1924. The archive also includes business correspondence of the New York City Ballet from the time of its establishment in 1948 to 1989. A small part of the archive concerns the operations of the George Balanchine Foundation established three month after Balanchine's death in 1983,...

TV interview WTOP Washington. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 399, 218mp., Reel 2.13.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The Alice Paul papers came to the library in a state of considerable disarray, with a large proportion of duplicates, books, periodicals, and irrelevant items. Several rounds of weeding were required to reduce them from more than 300 linear feet to their present size. Some duplicates and items considered to have little research value were given to the Alice Paul Centennial Foundation for use at Paulsdale, Paul's birthplace and childhood home, now on the National Register of Historic Places....

TV interview WTOP Washington. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 399, 218mp., Reel 2.14.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The Alice Paul papers came to the library in a state of considerable disarray, with a large proportion of duplicates, books, periodicals, and irrelevant items. Several rounds of weeding were required to reduce them from more than 300 linear feet to their present size. Some duplicates and items considered to have little research value were given to the Alice Paul Centennial Foundation for use at Paulsdale, Paul's birthplace and childhood home, now on the National Register of Historic Places....