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Overview: Addenda to the records of the Rutland Corner House (174) founded in 1877 as "Home for Working Women"; the House eventually became a halfway house for mentally ill female outpatients.
Overview: Articles of incorporation, by-laws, minutes, membership records, photographs, audiovisual material, etc. of the Junior League of Boston, an educational and charitable organization.
Overview: Collection consists of an autograph album with about seventy autographs, inscriptions, and addresses from students of the Bordentown School. Most of the students who have signed are identifiable, a few have signed with nicknames or first names only. "My School-Day Autobiography" is stamped on the cover of the album.
Overview: The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene records reflect the activities and development of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene between the early 1900s and the early 2000s, including the 1951 merger of four societies to create the modern Society (the American Academy of Tropical Medicine, the American Foundation for Tropical Medicine, the National Malaria Society, and the Society of Tropical Medicine) and the Society's involvement with other professional medical...
Overview: Two photographs albums compiled by Joan Marie Anderson, the Vice President for Political Action of the San Francisco chapter of the Young Republicans.
FOUND IN: Peabody Museum ArchivesCollection Identifier: 974-17
Scope and Contents: The Bradley H. Phillips papers consist of one manuscript notebook and two photo albums. The notes represent both the documentary ("Ancient Hawai'i)and experiential research ("Modern Hawai'i)"Phillips undertook during his trip.
FOUND IN: Dumbarton OaksCollection Identifier: MS.BZ.004
Scope and Contents: This collection contains fieldwork records and papers produced by the staff of the Byzantine Institute and Dumbarton Oaks, as well as Thomas Whittemore and Paul Underwood, between the 1920s and 2000s. It is comprised of correspondence, minutes, financial records, logbooks, fieldwork notebooks, research notes, ground plans, maps, oversize drawings, tracings, paintings, photographs, films, newspaper clippings, and publication materials. The collection is organized by the method of creation and...
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUGFP 125
Overview: The collection documents both the personal and professional life of Annie Jump Cannon, the first astronomer to systematically classify the stars. It contains diaries, autobiographical writings, correspondence, manuscripts, and photographs, relating to her life and career.