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1 Feb. 1849. Dal Ministero dell'Interno. Circolare Num. 45831. Signore. t: A pronto corriere Ella mi trasmettera la situazione numerica della Forza cittadina [with form for table: Guardia Civica]. s: C. Armellini. (Rome, 1849.) small brs: 29., 1 Feb. 1849., 1849. Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS 2887745
Scope and Contents: The collection contains printed broadsides and pamphlets reflecting most of the major developments in the Roman Republic: an introduction of the semi-republican constitution, the Statuto Fondamentale, by Pope Pius IX in March 1848; notices of growing republican sentiment, Italian nationalism and civil unrest in the spring and summer of 1848; documents from nascent republican...

1 Feb 1909., 1909. Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Am 1454
Scope and Contents:

Correspondence by, to, or relating to Theodore Roosevelt, including his letters to John Joseph Leary, Régis Henri Post, and Lincoln Steffens; with letters of family members.

1 Feb 1920. Lenin TO Trotsky. Moscow. , 1920. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1920
Item — Box: 3Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 427*)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Feb 1928. Sibiriakov TO Trotsky. Perm. , 1928. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 9Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1113)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

#1, Fitchburg Railroad, circa 1885 Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: Vis 27, Vis 27.1.13
Scope and Contents: This series contains 52 glass negatives and 2 film stills of railroad locomotives collected by Harry Chick. Most of the glass negatives were still in their original envelopes that were annotated with dark room developing instructions by Chick. Many of the locomotives rode on New England railroads including the Boston & Maine, Boston & Lowell, Fitchburg, New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad. The glass plate negatives are located in boxes 26 and 27. The numbering system was...

1 folder of photographs from the screen version of Harvey, Universal Pictures Co., 1950., 1950. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Mary Chase papers / Series: V. Photographs
Item — Box: 14Identifier: MS Thr 382, (318)
Scope and Contents: Contains manuscripts of Chase's plays and fiction, correspondence, lecture notes, contracts, scrapbooks, photographs, programs, souvenir programs, posters, pamphlets, clippings, and miscellaneous material. Includes several versions of scripts for Mrs. McThing and for her Pulitzer Prize winning play, Harvey (1944), in both its play and musical forms. In addition there are proof sheets, stills and publicity shots from the...

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FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Digital Record Identifier: 550899ee-6127-4e0e-9e67-f3a6d934ce56

Bland, James A. (James Allen), 1854-1911, composer and lyricist and F. Louis,arranger. Oh, dem golden slippers! : sheet music, including front cover, 1879 Digital

File — Box: 37Identifier: MS Thr 1848
Scope and Contents: Series II includes sheet music and songbooks related to blackface minstrelsy and performance. Very often, the sheet music in this series is not complete, but are only covers that were collected for the images of the performers. This series also includes other materials such as photomechanical copies of playbills and broadsides, clippings with images and biographical text, some complete sheet music, programs, manuscripts, and drawings. Materials in this series might be identified by the...

01.   Hongkong: street scene. Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Am 2799
Scope and Contents:

Collection created by Carol and John Gordon Garrard. Includes a travel diary, color slides, photographs, coins and other miscellaneous objects, maps, posters, printed material, and ephemera associated with China and Japan in 1978. Slides are accompanied by a catalog with thumbnail prints, a separate listing of the shots, and two CDs of the images.

1 item (carbon copy, 4 p.): Sacco - Vanzetti Advisory Committee Hearing July 14, 1927. Examination of Mr. Katzmann. Attached to this is undated note by FF to HBE., July 14, 1927. Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS 601620, 15-11 to 15-22, 15-22
Scope and Contents: The Herbert B. Ehrmann Papers span the years 1906 to 1970. The collection includes correspondence, notes, drafts, proof sheets, reports, memoranda, tables, legal documents, book reviews, fan mail, publicity items, bibliographies, clippings, maps, street plans, charts, journal issues, pamphlets, miscellaneous printed items, press releases,...

1 Jan 1849. Pius PP. IX. Ai nostri amatissimi sudditi. t: Da questa pacifica stazione ove piacque alla Divina Provvidenza di condurci. s: Pius PP. IX. (n.p., 1849.) small brs: 18., 1 Jan 1849., 1849. Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS 2887745
Scope and Contents: The collection contains printed broadsides and pamphlets reflecting most of the major developments in the Roman Republic: an introduction of the semi-republican constitution, the Statuto Fondamentale, by Pope Pius IX in March 1848; notices of growing republican sentiment, Italian nationalism and civil unrest in the spring and summer of 1848; documents from nascent republican...

1 Jan 1919. Trotsky TO Lenin. Voronezh. , 1919. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1919
Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 108*)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jan (1929). A (Sedova) TO (Sedova). Moscow. , (1929). Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1929
Item — Box: 24Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 2931)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jan (1929). (A Sedova)(Sedov) TO S Sedov. Moscow. , (1929). Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1929
Item — Box: 24Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 2932)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jan (1929). Ermakov TO Trotsky. Sretensk. , (1929). Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1929
Item — Box: 24Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 2930)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jan 1929. Z (Bronshtein (Volkova) ) TO Trotsky. Gubripsh. , 1929. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1929
Item — Box: 24Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 2933)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jul 1919. Lenin TO Frunze. np., 1919. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1919
Item — Box: 3Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 308*)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jul 1927. Evdokimov Zinovev Trotsky TO Central Committee of All-Russian Union of Metal Workers. np., 1927. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-Series: 1927
Item — Box: 7Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 970*)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jul 1928. Klementev TO Trotsky. Ust-Sysolsk. , 1928. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 15Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1844)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jul 1928. [Kontorovich] TO (Sedov). Akmolinsk. , 1928. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 15Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1841)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jul 1928. Sevskii TO Trotsky. Tashkent. , 1928. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 15Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1842)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jul [1928]. Sevskii TO Trotsky. Tashkent. , [1928]. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 15Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1843)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jul 1928. Usevich TO (Trotsky). Krasnokokshaisk. , 1928. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 15Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1840)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jul 1928. Vasiuta Papelov Rubashkin TO (Trotsky). Kalachinsk. , 1928. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 15Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1845)
Scope and Contents:

Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.