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“Young” Case Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS 9542156, 35-20
Scope and Contents: This collection of 35 boxes of research materials, “Nuremberg Notes”(NN), of Drexel A. Sprecher relates to his two volume book, Inside the Nuremberg Trial: A Prosecutor’s Comprehensive Account (University Press of America, 1999). Materials include newspaper clippings, magazine clippings, and chapter drafts from October 18, 1945 through December 12, 2000.

Young, Cuthbert G. Letters, 1852-1856., 1852-1856. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Eli Smith papers / Unspecified: I. Letters to Eli Smith
Item — Box: 2Identifier: ABC 60, (99)
Scope and Contents: The papers span the whole of Smith's career 1826-1857 and include a few items before that. His correspondence was chiefly but not exclusively with missionary colleagues and with his family. There are also papers of his first wife Sarah L. Smith, of his widow Hetty Smith (down to 1869), and a few items from his children including Charles L. Smith. Eli Smith's own letters are mostly copies made in a copying...

Young, Edward, 1683-1765. The complaint; or, night thoughts ... Philadelphia, 1845. Digital

Item Identifier: EDR 1-590, EDR 356
Scope and Contents: Following are shelfmark numbers of books most clearly associated with Emily Dickinson. They contain her autograph; presentation inscriptions, to and from her; in a few cases Susan Dickinson's ascription of ownership to her, or other evidence of Emily Dickinson's ownership: EDR 8 EDR 469 EDR 21 EDR 23 EDR 33 EDR 467 ...

Young, Elek. 1 letter; 1797., 1797. Digital

Item — Box: 8Identifier: MS Am 1907-1907.1, MS Am 1907, (400)
Scope and Contents: Correspondence, journals, diaries, writings, and other papers of Barrett Wendell and his wife Edith Greenough Wendell, together with papers of other members of the Wendell family. Includes correspondence, writings, legal and business papers of John Wendell; diaries and some correspondence of Jacob Wendell; correspondence of Caroline Quincy Wendell; and letters to Daniel Rindge and other Rindge family papers. There are several volumes of journals of Barrett Wendell, including accounts of travel...

Young fellow sitting on an overturned beach basket, smoking a pipe. Deep a.d. Rega; 1932., 1932. Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Ger 146.4, (15)
Scope and Contents: 531 black-and-white photographs taken by Lyonel Feininger. The photographs were identified, given titles, and arranged by T. Lux Feininger, the artist's son. Collection includes T. Lux Feininger's card index to this collection (item 532), from which the collection finding aid was produced; and some family photographs, including photographs of Lyonel's wife, Julia Feininger.

Young followers of the trail. Digital

Item — Box: 25Identifier: 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,...

Young girl in a cobblestone street. [n.p., 1928-1932]., 1928-1932]. Digital

Item — Box: 4Identifier: MS Ger 146.4, (350)
Scope and Contents: 531 black-and-white photographs taken by Lyonel Feininger. The photographs were identified, given titles, and arranged by T. Lux Feininger, the artist's son. Collection includes T. Lux Feininger's card index to this collection (item 532), from which the collection finding aid was produced; and some family photographs, including photographs of Lyonel's wife, Julia Feininger.

Young, Gordon Ray, 1886-1948, recipient. 7 letters; 1918-1919., 1918-1919. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Lowell 19-19.4, MS Lowell 19.1, (1443)
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.

Young, Henry and Mrs. Mary Sidrin, 1757 Mar. 25 Digital

Item — Volume: 2Identifier: MS Am 716
Scope and Contents: Printed marriage certificate forms (86), signed by Ezekial Goldthwait, town clerk; all dated at Boston. Form explains the steps the matrimonial couple have taken to be joined, including "asking their banns at three publick meetings within the said town as the law directs."