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Trio for piano, violin and cello (Digitized version)

FOUND IN: Loeb Music Library
Digital Record Identifier: mus00037c00097_d

Triodanis perfoliata (Venus’ Looking Glass) Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 350Identifier: gra00006, 23
Scope and Contents: Contains watercolors originally stored in Binder 23.

Triosteum aurantiacum Bicknell Digital

Item — Volume: VIdentifier: gra00025, 384
Scope and Contents: Collected at Old Bedford Road, Lexington, Massachusetts.

Triosteum aurantiacum (Feverwort, Tinker's Weed, Wild Coffee), 1917 October 14 Digital

Item — Box: 10, Folder: 22Identifier: far00008, Series IV, Sub-series B
Scope and Contents: Location: Middlesex Fells. Signed by Blackford. Flowering in May.

Triosteum perfoliatum (Horse Gentian) Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 342Identifier: gra00006, 23
Scope and Contents: Contains watercolors originally stored in Binder 23.

Trip abroad. 1927. Digital

Item Identifier: A-61, 261.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, scrapbooks, pamphlets, leaflets, and clippings that document Florence Ledyard Cross Kitchelt's various activities. Her journals describe the National American Woman Suffrage Convention of 1916, her suffrage work in Connecticut during 1918, and her travels at home and abroad. The collection also contains letters from her husband and other family members.

Trip or freak, Quicksilver, Grateful Dead, Big Brother and the Holding Co., October 31st Winterland, design by Mouse, Griffin and Kelley : poster, 1967 Digital

Item — Box: 40, Folder: 11Identifier: 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...

Trip to England. May 5-August 2, 1923. Digital

Item Identifier: A-61, 259.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, scrapbooks, pamphlets, leaflets, and clippings that document Florence Ledyard Cross Kitchelt's various activities. Her journals describe the National American Woman Suffrage Convention of 1916, her suffrage work in Connecticut during 1918, and her travels at home and abroad. The collection also contains letters from her husband and other family members.