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Addenda to the papers (MC 298) of the Albert Gallatin Browne family from New England, including correspondence, journals, account books, and business papers.
Addenda to the papers (A-50) of the Somerville and Howorth family, including correspondence, clippings, writings, etc.
Collection consists of a letter written by Charles Olden Allibone to Sallie P. Coleman from aboard the U.S.S. Cayuga during the Union Army occupation of Donaldson, Louisiana, recounting encounters with local Confederate supporters, his impressions of the area, and his anticipation of attacks on Union ships by Confederate forces. Enclosed in the letter is a print featuring a naval scene with a Christmas greeting.
Correspondence of Ann Elizabeth Baltzley Hartshorn Potter, an artist; her daughter, Pearl Potter Etz, granddaughter Constance Etz Ferdon, and other members of the extended Baltzley, Potter, Etz, and Ferdon families.
Diaries and transcripts of Elizabeth Rogers Mason Cabot, member of a prominent Boston family.
Sheet music published in America, chiefly from (but not limited to) the Raymond S. Wilkins and Evert Jansen Wendell collections; for voice and piano, some for piano solo.
Papers of civil rights, peace, and social justice activist, Cynthia Anthonsen Foster.
Papers of educator Elizabeth Blodgett Hall and her husband, Livingston Hall, a professor at the Harvard University Law School.
H. P. (Henry Pickering) Bowditch (1840-1911) established the first physiological laboratory at Harvard Medical School and taught at the school for 35 years. The collection consists mainly of correspondence but also includes family research records, personal papers including military records, lectures, writings, and manuscript materials.
Scrap album entitled "Documentary History of J.A. Emmerton of Salem, Mass., in School and College, in Peace and War," containing letters, photographs, and ephemera documenting Emmerton's life and activities as a student at the Public Latin School (Boston, Massachusetts), Harvard College (Cambridge, Massachusetts), and Harvard Medical School (Boston), as well as his service as a soldier, surgeon, and veteran of the United States Civil War, 1861 to 1865.
Correspondence, photographs, clippings, etc., of the Nevius, Hall, MacMillan, and Buck families from Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Mainly two volumes of photographs and letters compiled by E. Jane Gay, who was official photographer on a 1889-1893 expedition to appartian tribal lands among the Winnebagos of Nebraska and the Nez Perces of Idaho.
Scrapbook, writings, correspondence, photographs, flyers, clippings, etc., documenting the work of Jessie Hainning Rupert, an educator, lecturer, and opponent of slavery who was known as the "Angel of the Shenandoah" for her efforts to provide food, shelter, and medical care to soldiers and civilians on both sides of the Civil War.
Correspondence, memoirs, financial and legal documents, photographs, etc., of Mary French Weir, her parents John William and Clara Miller French, and other members of the French family.