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Transcripts of hearings before Governor's Committee, 1927 Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS 601707, Box 20, 20-13
Scope and Contents: The approximately 2,000 items in this particular group of papers relating to the case of Commonwealth v. Sacco and Vanzetti span the years 1920-1928. The papers include correspondence, memoranda, reports, legal documents, research notes, newspaper clippings, printed material, photographs, blueprints, and memorabilia.The material falls into two groups. The first and more extensive group consists of the Defense's Papers, the second group of the Prosecution's...

Transcripts of radio program, "Van Waters Speaks," 1954 Digital

Item Identifier: MC 426, 323.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection has been divided into three series: Papers of Anna Gladding, Papers of Miriam Van Waters, and Photographs.Series I, Papers of Anna Gladding, #1-196, documents Gladding's work at the reformatory, largely in the nursery. There are also printed materials (mostly clippings) collected by Gladding, most of which pertain to the accusations, trial, dismissal, and subsequent reinstatement of Van Waters. The clippings have been photocopied and discarded. There are many letters...

Transfers, 1962. Digital

Item Identifier: RG XXIV, Series 5, 24.15.
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....

Transfers, Class of 1928, , 1926. Digital

Item — Box: M007.06Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00095, Image: 00095.087
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs and photomechanical prints of Harvard Medical School students and alumni. Included are group and individual portraits, composite photographs, and photo collages of Harvard Medical School classes from 1881-1979 (gaps), transfer students, alumni reunions, and a small number of images depicting lab sections, Phi Beta Pi members, class dinners, commencement and class day activities, and children of medical students. Unless noted all images are black and white.

Transfers, Class of 1929, , 1927. Digital

Item — Box: M007.09Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00095, Image: 00095.090
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs and photomechanical prints of Harvard Medical School students and alumni. Included are group and individual portraits, composite photographs, and photo collages of Harvard Medical School classes from 1881-1979 (gaps), transfer students, alumni reunions, and a small number of images depicting lab sections, Phi Beta Pi members, class dinners, commencement and class day activities, and children of medical students. Unless noted all images are black and white.

Transforming Terror: web site, 2017. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 884; CD-105; DVD-110; MP-77; T-508; Vt-272, E.2.
Scope and Contents: Subseries J, Transforming Terror: Remembering the Soul of the World (2011), 1986-2015 (#72.3-77.3, E.2), includes correspondence with contributors, drafts of proposals and essays, poems, notes, and research materials. Co-edited by Susan Griffin, Transforming Terror is a collection of essays and poetry, prayers and meditations by various contributors, including Griffin, on the exploration and experience of terror, and breaking the cycle of...

Transit Marine Campagne R'N'R expérience Malaval sonorisation, design by Robert Malaval : silkscreen and offset lithograph poster, circa 1971 Digital

Item — Box: 41, Folder: 2Identifier: MS Am 3135
Scope and Contents: The series has a strong focus on events promoted by the San Francisco based Family Dog and Bill Graham. In 1966 Chet Helms, a well-known rock promoter and free-spirit, teamed up with a hippy commune to form The Family Dog. The Family Dog employed a group of San Francisco artists—Wes Wilson, Victor Moscoso, Alton Kelley, Stanley Mouse and Rick Griffin—whose artwork has become synonymous with the psychedelic rock scene, peace movement and counter-cultural ethos. Both Helms and Bill Graham rented...

Transit of Mercury. John W. Proctor Oct. 24, 1815 Digital

Item Identifier: HUC 8782.514, HUC 8782.514 (208)
Scope Note: At the time of their creation, the purpose of these documents was to demonstrate a student's mastery of one or more mathematical concepts by applying math to a problem in the real world. However, the enduring value of many of the theses lies in the fact that they are works of art.As a group, the theses demonstrate a change, in society at large, from the concerns of the late 18th century to those of the industrial revolution. As...

Transit of Venus 1874, Altazimuth [telescope] Station D, New Zealand Digital

Item — unspecified: UAV 630.271 Box 46Identifier: UAV 630.271, Image Number 385
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.

Transit of Venus for 1874. [No name. 1822?] Digital

Item Identifier: HUC 8782.514, HUC 8782.514 (268)
Scope Note: At the time of their creation, the purpose of these documents was to demonstrate a student's mastery of one or more mathematical concepts by applying math to a problem in the real world. However, the enduring value of many of the theses lies in the fact that they are works of art.As a group, the theses demonstrate a change, in society at large, from the concerns of the late 18th century to those of the industrial revolution. As...