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Overview: Papers collected by Harvard University president A. Lawrence Lowell as a member of the 1927 advisory committee (the "Lowell Commission") for Massachusetts governor Alvan T. Fuller's clemency review of the sentences of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti.
Overview: Papers assembled by Harvard President A. Lawrence Lowell in his capacity as a member on the Commission on Second-Class Mail Matter.
Scope and Contents: Papers relating to certain non-business interests of Filene. Included are some materials on industrial relations and papers of the National Committee for a Department of Education, of which Filene was chairman.
FOUND IN: Loeb Music LibraryCollection Identifier: Ms. Coll. 172
Scope and Contents: The collection consists of research and teaching materials, chiefly transcriptions, generated by Merritt during his long career. N.B. Scrapbooks and gradebooks of A.T. Merritt were sent to Harvard University Archives.
FOUND IN: Frances Loeb LibraryCollection Identifier: DES-1998-0001-008170002
Overview: Organizational files, including invitations, correspondence, photographs and the texts of tributes to Lewis Mumford, assembled by Charles M. Haar and Jerold S. Kayden. Haar and Kayden were organizers of the events celebrating Mumford as the first recipient of The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Award.
Scope and Contents: Collection consists of three day books and one postcard of the Rhoades House in East Walpole. Volume 1 covers 1809 to 1812, and includes debts for a variety of products principally rum, tobacco, cordials, wine, soap, biscuits, butter as well as boots and shoes presumably kept by Aaron Rhoades. Volume 2 covers 1812 to 1867, and includes debts arranged by debtor in the first part of the volume kept by Aaron Rhoades and then turns to lists of sales or repairs of boots and shoes kept by William...
Scope and Contents: Daybook kept by Harvard, Massachusetts, farmer Aaron Cook (1767-1845), recording charges for agricultural products he sold, and labor he performed including yardwork and bricklaying. Entries appear to be kept in terms of pounds, shillings and pence up until 1821 when the entries reflect dollars and cents.
Overview: Transcripts taken from unedited filmed interviews with American composer Aaron Copeland, recorded at the WGBH studios in Boston, Massachusetts. These tapes formed the basis for the later television series, Music in the 20s.
Scope and Contents: Account book of estate administrator Aaron Everett (1748-1824), of Foxborough, Massachusetts, primarily recording credits and debits for legal services from 1795 to 1817. The first part of the ledger consists of accounts of Wrentham, Massachusetts, day laborer John Fairbanks, Jr., dated 1788-1795, and settlement by Aaron Everett of outstanding debts owed to Fairbanks' estate after his death in 1795. The remainder of the volume contains Everett's charges for writing wills and administering...