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1 Aug1928. Palatnikov TO (Trotsky). Aktiubinsk. , 1928. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 17Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 2163)
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 Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.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 bound notebook containing reprints of articles from law journals, clippings and speeches written in OWH's handwriting. Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS13193511, Paige Box 7, (5)
Scope and Contents: The John G. Palfrey (1875-1945) collection of Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. Papers, 1715-1938 contains the papers belonging to Oliver Wendell Homes, Jr. that were handled by Palfrey, Holmes’ executor, after his death. The majority of the documents fall between 1861 and 1935, though there are a few family records that date back to the seventeenth century.The collection consists mainly of correspondence between Holmes and his family and friends. The six primary correspondents are Lewis...

1. Bust portrait marked "from a daguerreotype;" full-frontal view. Digital

Item — Box: 9Identifier: MS Am 2560, (251)
Scope and Contents: The images in this sub-series are primarily photographs, but also include a moving-picture film, negatives, drawings, a glass negative, photomechanical prints, cartes-de-visite, cabinet photographs, clippings, and photostats.

1 Chronicles XXIX. 15, 1827-1831 Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 24Identifier: HUG 1871
Scope and Contents: Paper notebook with green paper covers containing a handwritten sermon based on 1 Chronicles 29:15, "For we are strangers before thee and sojourners, as were all our Fathers: our day, on ye earth are as a shadow, & there is none abiding." The sermon was delivered on January 7, 1827 and January 9, 1831.

#1 Colorado Central Railroad, circa 1885 Digital

Item Identifier: Vis 27, Vis 27.1.9
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 created...

1 Corinthians XIII. 3, 1825-1831 Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 21Identifier: HUG 1871
Scope and Contents: Paper notebook with brown paper covers containing a handwritten sermon based on 1 Corinthians 13:3, "And though I bestow all my good to feed the poor, and have not charity, it profitteth me nothing." The sermon was delivered multiple times between August 21, 1825 and June 12, 1831.

1 Dec 1918. Trotsky TO Lenin. Voronezh. , 1918. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1917-1918
Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 84*)
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; Dec 1918. Trotsky TO Lenin COPY TO Krasin. Kozlov. , 1918. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1917-1918
Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 83*)
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 Dec 1921. Butov TO Chicherin. np., 1921. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1921
Item — Box: 5Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 710*)
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. Eusideroxylon zwageri Digital

File — Box: 2, Folder: 17Identifier: arn00023, II, B
Scope and Contents: Plot C, D, E, H, J.