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Wolley-Dod, Anthony Hurt Digital

File — Box: 1Identifier: gra00084
Scope and Contents: The autograph collection was initiated by Asa Gray during visits to Europe, beginning in 1839. Gray received many autographed letters from Adrien de Jussieu, Augustin Pyramus de Candolle, and other prominent botanists. Many letters are from Gray's personal correspondence. In 1890 Isabella James donated her collection of autographs and portraits of early American botanists to the Gray Herbarium. The Gray and James collections were incorporated by Jane Loring Gray and biographical information was...

Unidentified : manuscript, undated. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Am 1086, (11), Page 113.
Scope and Contents: The Fuller family papers contains correspondence, journals, and writings of Margaret Fuller, including letters she wrote as a child to her father; correspondence with her husband Giovanni Angelo Ossoli; letters to other relatives and friends; notebooks on her reading, literary studies, and the first issue of the Dial; clippings of her articles for the New York Tribune; "Italian letters"; her Roman diary, 1849, that was washed ashore after the shipwreck of the Elizabeth; and a daguerreotype of a...

[Unidentified]. [Scale of silver depreciation from 1711 to 1747] A.MS.; [n.p.], circa 1747 Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Justin Winsor scrapbook
Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Am 1930, (4)
Scope and Contents: Scrapbook volume, presumably compiled by Winsor, containing letters to Winsor, an indenture, a signed confession, and other manuscript documents as well as printed ephemera such as tickets, programs, and newspaper clippings along with other items. An inscription in the volume says that these are items received at the library, 1878-1893.

N.B. Items 1-5 were removed from item 6

[Unidentified]. 1 letter to [ ]; 1711., 1711. Digital

Item — Box: 49Identifier: MS Am 1888-1888.4, bMS Am 1888.4, bMS Am 1888.4 (135-173), (173)
Scope and Contents: Correspondence, manuscripts, diaries, journals, notebooks, legal and business papers, memorabilia, photos, and other papers, together with Gannett family papers. Includes correspondence of Gannett's grandfather and father, Unitarian clergymen Ezra Stiles Gannett of Boston and William Channing Gannett; 91 letters, 1796-1817, from Gannett's great-grandfather Caleb Gannett to John Mico Gannett, and journals of his grandmother Anna Tilden Gannett. Lewis Gannett's correspondence (including some...

Unidentified. 1 letter to Beatrice [ ]; [1922]., [1922]. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Lowell 19-19.4, MS Lowell 19.1, (1451)
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.

Unidentified manor: View of Frankpledge, November 1428 Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS 11720694, Box 15, 131
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of 170 parchment rolls of diverse type (court-rolls, account-rolls, and others) from various manors, ranging in date from 1283 to 1765. The largest concentration of these rolls comes from the manor of Moulton in Norfolk. Other manors represented in large number are Odiham, Hampshire; Herstmonceux, Sussex; Chartley, Staffordshire; Onehouse with Caldecotes, Suffolk; and Great Wishford, Wiltshire. The rolls are grouped roughly by manor, but this arrangement is not adhered...

[Unidentified], 1906 September 8 Digital

Item — Box: 8, Folder: 14Identifier: far00007, Series I, No. 697
Scope and Contents: This collection contains watercolors, photographs, notes, correspondence, and reprints pertaining to Allen’s interest in mycology. The collection spans 1902-1925. There are eight boxes of original watercolor illustrations of fungi, an index of the watercolors, a box of notes describing fungi, primarily the genera Lactarius and Russula, photographs of fungi, reprints of articles about Russula, and one letter from Edward Thompson Harper. Waltercolors are stamped with a unique number....

[Unidentified], 1908 November 21 Digital

Item — Box: 8, Folder: 15Identifier: far00007, Series I, No. 704
Scope and Contents: This collection contains watercolors, photographs, notes, correspondence, and reprints pertaining to Allen’s interest in mycology. The collection spans 1902-1925. There are eight boxes of original watercolor illustrations of fungi, an index of the watercolors, a box of notes describing fungi, primarily the genera Lactarius and Russula, photographs of fungi, reprints of articles about Russula, and one letter from Edward Thompson Harper. Waltercolors are stamped with a unique number....

Unidentified, 1909-1918 Digital

File — Box: 4, Folder: 29Identifier: HOLLIS 601668, Series I, Sub-Series I
Scope and Contents: The 18,000 items in the papers of Judge Manley O. Hudson (1886-1960) span the years 1905 to 1960; a small number of research items used by Hudson date back to the 1890's.The collection includes correspondence, memoranda, minutes of meetings, reports, transcripts, press releases, job applications, notes, journals, financial statements, form letters, legal documents, briefs, telegrams, drafts and outlines of speeches and writings, lecture notes, lists, bibliographies, index cards, news...

[Unidentified], 1913 September 16 Digital

Item — Box: 8, Folder: 13Identifier: far00007, Series I, No. 695
Scope and Contents: This collection contains watercolors, photographs, notes, correspondence, and reprints pertaining to Allen’s interest in mycology. The collection spans 1902-1925. There are eight boxes of original watercolor illustrations of fungi, an index of the watercolors, a box of notes describing fungi, primarily the genera Lactarius and Russula, photographs of fungi, reprints of articles about Russula, and one letter from Edward Thompson Harper. Waltercolors are stamped with a unique number....