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Widener reading room, [photograph],, 1-14-1943 Digital

Item Identifier: UAV 605.270.1, I., H., U170-U185., UAV 605.270.1 (U-181)
Scope and Contents note:

Includes 40 duplicate contact prints not mounted on binder pages of U491-U530 covering Churchill's visit to Harvard in 1943; and one of U556 covering the Duke of Windsor's visit in that same year.



Widenweger, -, 1930-1931, 1930-1931 Digital

Item — Box: 21, Folder: 6Identifier: HOLLIS 11526944, 21-6
Scope and Contents: The papers of Leo Alexander span the years 1883-2001. However, most of the items in this collection fall between the years 1929 and 1947.The collection includes correspondence, memoranda, trial documents, articles, news clippings, medical research, financial statements, legal documents, telegrams, translated documents, drafts of documents, handwritten notes, personal writings, off-prints, video tapes, photographs, reports, a diary, blueprints, and school notebooks and documents....

Wider Opportunities for Women web site, 2010-ongoing. Digital

Item Identifier: 2011-M235, E.1.
SCOPE AND CONTENT:

These addenda include printed material, reports, meeting notes, curricula, conference material, etc., documenting the work of Wider Opportunities for Women locally and nationally. They have been neither sorted nor rearranged. They are boxed and listed in the order in which they were received from the WOW office.

Widner, Carlos C. The Great Theodore and the South American Republics 1914 January 1., 1914 Digital

Item — Box: 52Identifier: MS Am 3056, 1803
Scope and Contents:

The collection includes 2,195 political cartoons published between 9 January 1884 to 27 October 1940. The cartoons detail the life and career of Theodore Roosevelt beginning when he was a New York State Assemblyman to the time of his death. The cartoons critique various moments of Roosevelt’s career as a politician, natural historian and nature conservator, military veteran, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, and New York Police Commissioner.

Wie auf der Börse in Krähwinkel ein Zahnarzt, frey sein fortkommen findet, circa 1800s Digital

File — Box: 9Identifier: Kress: Graphic Materials, CD g7 x
Scope and Contents: The majority of this series includes engravings, etchings, and lithographs dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries depicting Australian, European and American banks; European stock exchanges; European moneylenders, money changers, usury, avarice, etc.; Jewish businesspeople; European views of money in religious, historical, and mythological scenes; European speculation and credit, bankruptcy, and gambling; European poverty and charity; European allegories; European money and...

Wied-Neu Wied, Maximilian, prinz von, 1782-1867. A.L.s. (Max. P. de Wied) to [Louis] Agassiz. Neu Wied, 18 May 1845., 1845. Digital

Item — Box: 4Identifier: MS Am 1419, (704)
Scope and Contents:

Correspondence, together with papers concerning a legal dispute (Agassiz v. Desor) and a few other papers.

Wied-Neu Wied, Maximilian, prinz von, 1782-1867. A.L.s. (Max. P. de Wied) to [Louis Agassiz]. Neu-Wied, 27 Apr 1845., 1845. Digital

Item — Box: 4Identifier: MS Am 1419, (703)
Scope and Contents:

Correspondence, together with papers concerning a legal dispute (Agassiz v. Desor) and a few other papers.

Wied-Neu Wied, Maximilian, prinz von, 1782-1867. A.L.s. (Max. P. de Wied) to Père Chouteau. Neu Wied, 18 May 1845., 1845. Digital

Item — Box: 4Identifier: MS Am 1419, (705)
Scope and Contents:

Correspondence, together with papers concerning a legal dispute (Agassiz v. Desor) and a few other papers.

Wiegand, Karl McKay, 1913-1925 Digital

File — Box: 5, Folder: 31Identifier: gra00073, I
Scope and Contents: This series contains letters from almost 500 correspondents, addressed mostly to Walter Deane. The majority of the correspondents are botanists, but some letters are from Deane’s relatives, companies with which he dealt, and botanical and ornithological organizations. The correspondence was originally arranged alphabetically by sender in several chronological segments, with the letters of a few individuals pulled out as separate collections. The letters are currently filed in one...

Wielhorski?, Michel. Autograph manuscript letter to Claude Carloman de Rulhière; no place, undated. Digital

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Am 1525, Pages 71-74.
Scope and Contents: 28 items, including: autograph manuscript letters, and manuscript transcript letters between Kazimierz Pułaski and Claude Carloman de Rulhière; and also letters of Pułaski and Rulhière with others. Items were chiefly written in France and a few were written in the United States. Topics concern Pulaski's flight from Poland and his desire to take refuge in France, and his later plans to travel to the United States to fight in the American Revolution; contains discussion of Pulaski's ideas of...

Wiener Festwochen, 1967 Digital

Item — Box: 41Identifier: MS Thr 411, (2057)
Scope and Contents: The archive includes business and personal papers of George Balanchine from his American years (1933-1983). The only exception is an agreement, signed by Balanchine and a group of young dancers upon leaving Russia in 1924. The archive also includes business correspondence of the New York City Ballet from the time of its establishment in 1948 to 1989. A small part of the archive concerns the operations of the George Balanchine Foundation established three month after Balanchine's death in...

Wiener Library Digital

Item — Box: 35, Folder: 11Identifier: HOLLIS 9542156, 35-11
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.

Wiener Staatsoper. Ballett, 1959-1977 Digital

Item — Box: 41Identifier: MS Thr 411, (2058)
Scope and Contents: The archive includes business and personal papers of George Balanchine from his American years (1933-1983). The only exception is an agreement, signed by Balanchine and a group of young dancers upon leaving Russia in 1924. The archive also includes business correspondence of the New York City Ballet from the time of its establishment in 1948 to 1989. A small part of the archive concerns the operations of the George Balanchine Foundation established three month after Balanchine's death in...

Das neue Münzgebäude. Wienrauch, engraver, undated Digital

File — Box: 2Identifier: Kress: Graphic Materials, AM a1
Scope and Contents: The majority of this series includes engravings, etchings, and lithographs dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries depicting Australian, European and American banks; European stock exchanges; European moneylenders, money changers, usury, avarice, etc.; Jewish businesspeople; European views of money in religious, historical, and mythological scenes; European speculation and credit, bankruptcy, and gambling; European poverty and charity; European allegories; European money and...

The Two Deaths. Wierx, Hieronymus, engraver, between 1650 and 1699 Digital

File — Folder: Oversize Folder CF b9 xxxIdentifier: Kress: Graphic Materials, CF b9 xxx
Scope and Contents: The majority of this series includes engravings, etchings, and lithographs dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries depicting Australian, European and American banks; European stock exchanges; European moneylenders, money changers, usury, avarice, etc.; Jewish businesspeople; European views of money in religious, historical, and mythological scenes; European speculation and credit, bankruptcy, and gambling; European poverty and charity; European allegories; European money and...

The Christ child. Hieronymus Wierx, engraver, circa 1500s Digital

File — Box: 3Identifier: Kress: Graphic Materials, CC n9
Scope and Contents: The majority of this series includes engravings, etchings, and lithographs dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries depicting Australian, European and American banks; European stock exchanges; European moneylenders, money changers, usury, avarice, etc.; Jewish businesspeople; European views of money in religious, historical, and mythological scenes; European speculation and credit, bankruptcy, and gambling; European poverty and charity; European allegories; European money and...

Wiesenthal Center Digital

Item — Box: 35, Folder: 12Identifier: HOLLIS 9542156, 35-12
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.

Wife and a child of a sharecropper, Washington County, Arkansas,, August 1935 Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: VIS 2, VIS 2.007
Scope and Contents:

Eighteen black and white photographs taken by Arthur Rothstein for the Farm Security Administration, 1935-1936, documenting rural poverty.

Wife beater t-shirt, undated. Digital

Item — Oversize_Box: | MEMORABILIA, Box 12Identifier: MC 943: Vt-105, Mem.3.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection documents Yolanda Bako's work against domestic violence through her participation in many different organizations, most of which took place during the 1970s and early 1980s. The nature of the work called for a great deal of networking, so there is considerable overlap. There is little personal material, although there are some autobiographical writings (see #1.3, 3.6); the bulk of the collection is centered around the organizations with which she was affiliated and includes...

Wife of a prospective client, Brown County, Indiana. Husband and wife will be resettled on new land when their property has been purchased by the government,, October 1935 Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: VIS 2, VIS 2.001
Scope and Content Note:: The Farm Security Administration Photograph Collection consists of 39 black and white gelatin silver print process images taken by Ben Shahn, Arthur Rothstein, Dorothea Lange, Carl Mydans, and Theodor Jung, 1935-1936. The photographs depict poverty stricken sharecroppers, farmers, and their families in West Virginia, Arkansas, Kentucky, and Virginia. All photographs in this collection have been scanned and are available in VIA and are available through the Harvard University Library Image...

Wife of sharecropper, Pulaski County, Arkansas,, October 1935 Digital

Item — Box: 4Identifier: VIS 2, VIS 2.030
Scope and Contents:

Fifteen black and white photographs taken by Ben Shahn for the Farm Security Administration in October 1935 documenting poverty in Arkansas, Kentucky, and West Virginia.

Wife of sharecropper to be resettled on Skyline Farms, Alabama,, September 1935 Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: VIS 2, VIS 2.008
Scope and Contents:

Eighteen black and white photographs taken by Arthur Rothstein for the Farm Security Administration, 1935-1936, documenting rural poverty.

Wigandia scorpioides Digital

Item Identifier: Fol. 2 D4, Plate 873
Scope and Contents: José Mariano Moziño (1757-1820?) sought refuge in Montpellier for political reasons and brought with him around 300 original drawings by the Mexican painter, Atanasio Echeverría y Godoy. The drawings were entrusted to de Candolle in Geneva, who worked on the descriptions of the plants. Before de Candolle could make much progress, Moziño wanted to reclaim the drawings and move on. Not wanting to lose the knowledge to science, de Candolle appealed to the ladies of Geneva to copy them. More...

Wiggin, Andrew Paine, 1791-1846. A.L.s. to Josiah Bartlett; Dover, 9 Feb 1812., 1812. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Paine Wingate papers
Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Am 1198, (100)
Scope and Contents: Includes letters to Paine Wingate from John Pickering, Dudley Leavitt Pickman, John Wingate, and William Wingate, as well as several letters to George Wingate from Sophronia Moody. Letters concern family news, financial matters, and town and church business. Includes court actions, legal papers, speeches, and essays by Paine Wingate and his diary. Additionally, there are manuscript documents relating to the towns of Hampton Falls and Winchester,in New Hampshire, and documents created by New...

Wiggin, David, 1769-1849, possible author. MS. and printed D.s.; [Rockingham] 15 Sep 1806., 1806. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Paine Wingate papers
Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Am 1198, (102)
Scope and Contents: Includes letters to Paine Wingate from John Pickering, Dudley Leavitt Pickman, John Wingate, and William Wingate, as well as several letters to George Wingate from Sophronia Moody. Letters concern family news, financial matters, and town and church business. Includes court actions, legal papers, speeches, and essays by Paine Wingate and his diary. Additionally, there are manuscript documents relating to the towns of Hampton Falls and Winchester,in New Hampshire, and documents created by New...