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General Note: Annotated typescript (carbon) copy of the Supplement, a list of private collections represented in the Census, and some editorial files from Supplement and Manuscript Department correspondence re: revisions and additions.
Overview: Contains six linen armbands, with text and decorative elements, used at anti-nuclear protests against power plants at Seabrook (New Hampshire), Shoreham (New York), and Dauphin County (Pennsylvania).
Scope and Contents: Over 1000 medals, seals, and coins, with a small amount of correspondence, and a clock, dating from the 13th to the 20th centuries from many countries and in many languages.
Summary: Chiefly printed programs, articles, and mementos, some produced by the Emerson Bicentennial Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Association; with several photographs.
Summary: Includes photographs, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and notes assembled for the 1992 exhibition and publication. Much of this material came from Houghton Librarian William H. Bond and librarian Carolyn Jakeman. Jakeman was the source of the scrapbooks.