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Wulsin family papers

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Am 2069

Family papers of the anthropologist and archaeologist Frederick Roelker Wulsin.

Wyer Groves Sargent journals

Collection Identifier: Mss:77 1845-1900 S245
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of typescripts of Wyer Groves Sargent's journals, kept between 1845 and 1900. The journals record Sargent's day to day life as a merchant running a family store in Sargentville, Maine. He traveled extensively to buy and sell goods, but was especially active along the New England coast. His diary mostly focuses on his business, but includes details of births, deaths, weather, and current events. Also included is a short story written by Ruth Kimball Messinger...

Papers of Winnifred Wygal, 1887-1972

Collection Identifier: MC 1113

Writings, diaries, photographs, and biographical material documenting the life of Winnifred Wygal, author, theologian, and lecturer.

Papers of Laurence Wylie, ca. 1955-1986

Collection Identifier: HUGFP 116

Laurence Wylie was an anthropologist who specialized in the study of French culture and civilization. These papers relate to his research, teaching, and writing. The papers reflect Wylie's noted traits, his wit, his sly intuition, his spontaneity, his incisive common sense, as well as his disdain for the pompous and the self-important.

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...

Papers of Jeffries Wyman

Collection Identifier: HUGFP 134

Jeffries Wyman (1901-1995) was a biophysicist. A professor of biology at Harvard from 1928 to 1951, he spent his later years at the University of Rome. This collection dates from these latter years and documents his research, writing, and activities in scientific organizations while in Rome. The collection also includes reprints and photographs.

Journals of Lilla Viles Wyman, 1893

Collection Identifier: A/V701

Journals kept by Lilla Viles Wyman.

Wyndham's Theatre (London, England) programs

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection — Box: 1Identifier: 2003MT-24

Papers of Marjorie Cyril Wynn, 1954-1958, undated

Collection Identifier: A/W988

Diaries and photograph of Marjorie Cyril Wynn.

X. J. Kennedy papers

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Am 3184

Personal and professional papers of American poet, translator, anthologist, editor, and author of children’s literature, X. J. Kennedy.

XYZ Type Promotional Material

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Typ 1352

Material showing the font design and design ethos of graphic design company XYZ Type.

Mamoru Yamaguchi Collection on Ida Pruitt, 1986-1997, undated

Collection Identifier: A/Y20

Letters, photographs, and notes about Ida Pruitt compiled by Professor Mamoru Yamaguchi while researching Pruitt's life and work.

Yann Weymouth Collection

Collection Identifier: DES-2013-0005-014379903
Scope and Contents: The collection consists most notably of 9 boxes of Yann Weymouth's sketchbooks and meeting notebooks recorded during his architectural career from 1963 through 2000. The collection spans 40 years of design work and provides fresh insight into the design development of the projects he worked on, many of which are museums and other cultural institutions, including I.M. Pei's Glass Pyramid Entrance to the Louvre in Paris. The collection also includes some related publications and...

Yap Expedition records

Collection Identifier: 48-51

Includes records of the Harvard expedition to Yap, Caroline Islands between 1947 and 1948. Consists of field notes and correspondence by four expedition members, David Schneider, Nathaniel R. Kidder, Edward E. Hunt, Jr., and William D. Stevens, to the Peabody Museum and the Department of Anthropology at Harvard University.

Bennett Yarnall letters

Collection Identifier: BYL

Bennett Yarnall was a teacher in the Napa Valley region of California. The letters are all written by Bennett Yarnall to his son Edwin A. Yarnall of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The correspondence contains mostly personal information, commenting on the health of the writer, the weather, and personal finances. Several letters also make reference to Bennett Yarnall's selection of and assignment to several teaching positions.

Michael Ari Yashinsky theatrical collection

Collection Identifier: HUM 84

Michael Ari Yashinsky received his Harvard AB in 2011. While an undergraduate student, he was involved with several theatrical and musical societies, including the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert & Sullivan Players and the Lowell House Opera. The collection chiefly consists of programs and posters from Harvard theatrical productions in which he was involved between 2008 and 2012.

Yasuo Fujitomi collection of letters concerning E. E. Cummings and Marion Morehouse

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection — Box: 1Identifier: 88M-45

8 folders of letters.

Records of the Yeastie Girlz, 1987-1997

Collection Identifier: MC 1090; T-495; Phon-65

Scrapbook, photographs, manuscript lyrics, posters, clippings, t-shirt, phonograph record, and audiocassette tape documenting the all-female punk band the Yeastie Girlz.

Yellow Ball Workshop films

Collection Identifier: hfa00042
Scope and Contents:

Collection includes projection prints and video copies as well as all associated pre-print materials, including picture negatives and sound elements, for the output of the Yellow Ball Workshop. This includes children-made films, films made by older students, and film made by Andersen's own children. The collection also contains all elements for the Red Grooms' collaborations and Andersen's own films. Also includes photographic slides documenting workshop activities and film stills.

Papers of Paul N. Ylvisaker, 1939-1992

Collection Identifier: HUGFP 142

Paul N. Ylvisaker was a noted city planner, government official, foundation executive, and dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education from 1972-1982. He was known for his efforts in addressing urban issues, for philanthropy, and for committing the Harvard Graduate School of Education to a public service mission. These records document his professional life, including his prolific speech-making and his career as a consultant, executive, government official, and dean.

Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Grove photographs by C.E. Watkins

Collection Identifier: arn00026
Scope and Contents:

The collection is made up of twenty one mammoth plate albumen photographs with separated binding consisting of landscape views in Yosemite and Mariposa Valley, California. They were taken by Carleton E. Watkins probably between 1860-1875, and most likely bound together around 1875.

Bill of sale for Thankfull, an enslaved woman, 1803 April 27

Collection Identifier: A/Y67

Bill of sale transferring ownership of Thankfull, an enslaved woman, from John Youle to Daniel Tooker, for $200, in 1803.

Papers of Allyn Abbott Young

Collection Identifier: HUG 1891.xx

Allyn Abbott Young (1876-1929), economist and teacher, was a professor of economics at Harvard University from 1920 to 1927. Young applied mathematical tools for a more precise formation of economic theory and supported a closer interaction between economic study and general social analysis. The collection chiefly includes Young’s correspondence, writings, teaching materials documenting his career as an economist from 1898 to 1928.

Papers of Kenneth Todd Young

Collection Identifier: HUGFP 26
Overview: Kenneth Todd Young (1916-1972) received an A.B. in 1939 and A.M. in 1942 from Harvard. Young served in various government positions, including as director of the Office of Southeast Asian Affairs 1956-1958 and U.S. Ambassador to Thailand 1961-1963. Young was a trustee of the Harvard-Yenching Institute and a member of the Visiting Committee of the Harvard Department of Far Eastern Languages. The Papers of Kenneth Todd Young document Young’s professional and personal activities from 1934 to...

Young People's Christian Union administrative records

Collection Identifier: bMS 12034
Scope and Contents:

Annual reports, 1934-1943; minutes of the groups' executive committeemeetings; financial records, including fundraising records and financial reports; publications; and field secretary reports.