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Working List of Star Data for 1880, 1880/1881 Digital

Item — Box: 76Identifier: KG11365-6, phaedra1812
Scope and Contents: This collection contains over 2500 logbooks and notebooks produced by the Harvard Computers and early Harvard astronomers.

Working Lists, Fundamental Stars, 1879 Digital

Item — Box: 73Identifier: KG11365-6, phaedra1748
Scope and Contents: This collection contains over 2500 logbooks and notebooks produced by the Harvard Computers and early Harvard astronomers.

Working Lists, Fundamental Stars, 1879 Digital

Item — Box: 73Identifier: KG11365-6, phaedra1749
Scope and Contents: This collection contains over 2500 logbooks and notebooks produced by the Harvard Computers and early Harvard astronomers.

"Working Women and a Living Wage," October or November 1913 Digital

Item Identifier: A-68, Series X, 447.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Though the Anna Howard Shaw and Lucy Elmina Anthony papers do not provide a full record of either woman's life, they do reveal something of their personalities. Shaw's humor, sarcasm, and unflagging devotion to the cause of woman suffrage, as well as Lucy Elmina Anthony's fierce loyalty to the cause and to Shaw, are readily apparent.The papers bear evidence of their extensive use by Ida Husted Harper in the preparation of her unpublished Shaw biography, the original of which is in the...

[Workman watching architect Hugh Stubbins and Dean George P. Berry positioning the cornerstone],, 1964. Digital

Item — Box: S031.18Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00098, Image: 00098.258
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs and photomechanical prints depicting events primarily related to the establishment of the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. Subjects include the cornerstone-laying ceremony, the move into the new building, fund-raising for the Aesculapian Room, the library dedication exercises, and presentation of the American Institute of Architects - American Library Association architectural award. Unless noted all images are black and white. Described in other...

[Workman watching architect Hugh Stubbins, workman, and Dean George P. Berry pressing cornerstone into place],, 1964. Digital

Item — Box: S031.21Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00098, Image: 00098.261
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs and photomechanical prints depicting events primarily related to the establishment of the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. Subjects include the cornerstone-laying ceremony, the move into the new building, fund-raising for the Aesculapian Room, the library dedication exercises, and presentation of the American Institute of Architects - American Library Association architectural award. Unless noted all images are black and white. Described in other...

[Workman watching Dean George P. Berry and workman pressing cornerstone into place],, 1964. Digital

Item — Box: S031.23Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00098, Image: 00098.263
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs and photomechanical prints depicting events primarily related to the establishment of the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. Subjects include the cornerstone-laying ceremony, the move into the new building, fund-raising for the Aesculapian Room, the library dedication exercises, and presentation of the American Institute of Architects - American Library Association architectural award. Unless noted all images are black and white. Described in other...

[Workman watching Hugh Stubbins laying mortar],, 1964. Digital

Item — Box: S026.43Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00098, Image: 00098.110
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs and photomechanical prints depicting events primarily related to the establishment of the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. Subjects include the cornerstone-laying ceremony, the move into the new building, fund-raising for the Aesculapian Room, the library dedication exercises, and presentation of the American Institute of Architects - American Library Association architectural award. Unless noted all images are black and white. Described in other...

Unloading of David Smith Sculpture (Prints of Friends of Fogg), March 1973 Digital

File — Box: 41, Folder: 4.126Identifier: HC 22, 4.126
Scope and Contents: This series consists mostly of images relating to exhibitions and internal events in the Fogg and Sackler Museums. This includes exhibition images, art images, and images of various retirement and Christmas parties, openings, and celebrations. Images of Adolphus Busch Hall and the Lewis Rubenstein murals there are of particular note. This series was added to the collection in 2014. Images exist as photographs, negatives, slides, or transparencies.