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Abraham Howe and Emory Howard account book

Collection Identifier: Mss:1 1793-1808 H855
Scope and Contents: Account book kept by farmer Abraham Howe (born 1776), of Bolton, Massachusetts, from May 1793 to July 1809, and by farmer and shoemaker Emory Howard (born 1812), of Holden, Massachusetts, from March 1842 to December 1873. Abraham Howe’s accounts concern farm labor and other activities for which he hired himself out, including carpentry. Emory Howard's accounts primarily relate to his earnings from shoemaking, although he sold farm produce and hired himself out for day labor as well. There is...

Abraham Myerson papers and family research records,

Collection Identifier: H MS c425
Overview: The Abraham Myerson Papers and Family Research Records, 1908-2013 (inclusive), 1921-1974 (bulk), are primarily the product of Abraham Myerson’s professional, research, and publishing activities over the course of his career as a neurologist, practicing psychiatrist, and author in Boston, Massachusetts. The papers are arranged in two series: I. Abraham Myerson Papers, 1908-2013, undated; and II. Family Research Records, 1925-2013.

Abraham Ortelius correspondence

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Lat 225
Overview: Correspondence of 16th-century geographer Abraham Ortelius and his contemporaries.

Abraham Stone Papers, 1916-1959.

Collection Identifier: H MS c157
Overview: The Abraham Stone Papers, 1916-1959 are the product of Stone's activities as Medical Director and later Director of the Margaret Sanger Research Bureau in New York City and as an administrator at the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the International Planned Parenthood Federation from the 1940s until his death in 1959. The bulk of the collection includes correspondence, meeting minutes, memoranda, teaching notes, lecture notes, and writings resulting from his administrative...

Abraham Walkowitz drawings of Isadora Duncan

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Thr 1803
Scope and Contents: Seven ink and watercolor drawings of Duncan dancing, signed by the artist.

Abram Chayes papers

Collection Identifier: HOLLIS009000799
Overview: This collection documents the professional career of Abram Chayes, including his time in the private sector, government, international law and, education. Professor Chayes successfully argued on the behalf of Nicaragua against the United States of America and notably served as the Legal Advisor for the State Department during the Kennedy Administration. The collection includes: correspondence; casework, publications, research notes, drafts, speeches, and teaching materials.

Account book of a Connecticut farmer

Collection Identifier: Mss:1 1797-1799 N892
Scope and Contents: Account book kept by a late eighteenth-century store owner and farmer in Norwich, Connecticut, from April 3, 1797 to September 9, 1799, describing business transactions with local laborers and residents. Most of the volume records work done for him by African-American laborers, who were paid in goods from his store. The name of the laborer is recorded along with the date of work, cost of service and type of payment. The bulk of the accounts are for Will; he gathers corn, hoes, loads wood, kills...

Account books and other material relating to the whaling industry chiefly from New Bedford and Nantucket, Mass.

Collection Identifier: Mss:252 1774-1922
Overview: Multiple collections of account books and other material relating to the whaling industry chiefly from New Bedford and Nantucket, Mass., 1774-1922

Account books and records of shipbuilders, New England and New York

Collection Identifier: Mss:55 1754-1923
Overview: Account books and records of shipbuilders located in New England and New York, 1754-1923.

Account books of blacksmiths, New England and New York

Collection Identifier: Mss:871 1802-1858
Scope and Contents: Account books and ledgers of the following blacksmiths: Samuel Bunker of Huntington, Vt., 1802-1828; John Rice of Auburn, Mass., 1809-1813; Isaac Kimball of Mason Village and Temple, N.H., 1817-1846; Hiram H. Bedwell of Berkshire or Richford, N.Y., 1826-1836; Charles Bird of West Needham, Mass., 1833-1858; William T. Wood, blacksmith and ice tool maker of Arlington, Mass., 1835-1849.