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Charles M. Williams papers

Collection Identifier: Arch GA 94

Teaching and research records of HBS professor Charles M. Williams.

Jacob L. Moreno papers

Collection Identifier: B MS c66
Overview: Consists of correspondence, patient records, financial and other related material from Beacon Hill (Moreno) Sanitarium, Moreno Research and Training Institutes, and several sociometric and psychodramatic professional societies and international associations and congresses. Also includes correspondence and manuscripts of journal articles edited by Moreno for Beacon Publishing House (which published most of his books) and for the three major journals he founded: Sociometry, Sociatry/Group...

Norman E. Himes papers

Collection Identifier: B MS c77

The Norman E. Himes papers, 1918-1956 (inclusive), 1925-1950 (bulk), consist of correspondence files, manuscripts of books, articles, and speeches, and additional records produced by Himes' research, writing, and teaching activities.

Paul Dudley White papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c36
Overview: Papers document White's role in the American Heart Association (AHA), International Society of Cardiology, International Cardiology Foundation, and the National Heart Institute (NHI); introduction of the EKG in Boston and at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH); his clinical work; research and writings on heart disease; and interest in comparative electrocardiography, especially of whales. Significant events which are recorded in the collection include White's consultancy to Dwight...

William Wyman collection on Randall Thompson

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection — Box: 1Identifier: MS Am 3350

Contains three recordings of the premiere performance of Thompson's "Five Love Songs," conducted by Wyman at Rocky Ridge Music Center, as well as a letter and telegram, each from composer Randall Thompson to William Wyman.

Wyman family archive

Collection Identifier: HUM 271
Overview: The collection documents five generations of the Wyman family, as well as the Morrill and Whitney families. It contains correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, notes, diaries, and financial documents, providing a view of New England daily life in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The bulk of the collection relates to Rufus Wyman (1810-1870), Jeffries Wyman (1814-1874), Jeffries Wyman (1864-1941), Jeffries Wyman (1901-1995), and Anne Cabot Wyman (1929-2014) and families. Financial...