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Redford Webster daybook

Collection Identifier: Mss:845 1784-1787 W383
Scope and Contents: Daybook of Boston apothecary Redford Webster (1761-1833), recording charges for medicines and instruments from 1784 to 1787. Drugs commonly sold included ipecac, calomel, cantharides, camphor, aloe, and opium. He also provided objects like bolus knives and vials. His customers were primarily physicians from New England, including Harvard Medical School founder John Warren (1753-1815; Harvard AB 1771) and faculty member Aaron Dexter (1750-1829; Harvard AB 1776), Dr. Samuel Danforth (1740-1827)...

Fritz Redlich papers

Collection Identifier: Mss:851 1962-1970 R318
Overview: This collection holds drafts of Fritz Redlich's publications, citations, and letters to Redlich.

Reed & Barton additional records

Collection Identifier: Mss:597 1830-1931
Overview: The Reed & Barton Additional Records document the history of the Taunton, Massachusetts, silversmith company from the 1850s to 2008.

Reed & Barton records

Collection Identifier: Mss:597 1828-1931
Scope and Contents: Daybooks, journals, ledgers, cashbooks, accounts, trial balances, notes and bills receivable, inventories, time books, payrolls, 12 boxes of unbound papers, including a brief typewritten history of the company, and inventories of the New York, San Francisco and Chicago offices, 1902-1918. In addition there are some 200 illustrated catalogs and 17 scrapbooks.

Reed & Gardner records

Collection Identifier: Mss:77 1782-1791 R323
Overview: Reed & Gardner was a merchant partnership in Littleton, Massachusetts, formed by Isaac Reed (1754-1789) and William Gardner. The Reed & Gardner records, dated 1777-1792, consist of bills, invoices, receipts, and correspondence related to operation of their general store, and papers signed by Isaac Reed and William Gardner dissolving their partnership. There are also papers generated during Isaac Reed's service as a justice of the peace, and records related to his estate after his death...

Reggie Turner letters to Max Beerbohm

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Eng 1220
Overview: Letters from British author Reginald Turner to British author and caricaturist Max Beerbohm discussing plays and other literary and cultural developments.

Reginald Robbins letters from various correspondents

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Am 1426
Overview: Letters to American author, composer, and naturalist Reginald C. Robbins

Register of all the noble men of England

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Eng 1285
Overview: Poems by Sir Thomas Heneage, Sir Walter Raleigh, and others recorded in an unidentified hand and collected in a manuscript volume entitled A register of all the noble men of England.

Papers of Daniel D. Reiff, 1960-2004

Collection Identifier: SC 2
Overview: Recordings by Daniel Reiff and Edward A. Ruesling of four Harvard University Fine Arts lectures from April 22, 1963, and supplementary information on the lecturers; Daniel Reiff's CVs and photographs of the Fogg Museum, the Carpenter Center with the original Le Corbusier ramp, and Professors Max Loehr and Kenneth Conant; study set of fine art reproductions issued for Fine Arts 13.

Papers of Edwin O. Reischauer

Collection Identifier: HUGFP 73
Overview: The Papers of Edwin O. Reischauer chiefly consist of Reischauer's personal and professional correspondence from 1961 to 1981, spanning his tenure as U.S. Ambassador to Japan (1961-1966), his return from Japan, and his period as an instructor at Harvard (1950-1961; 1966-1981). The collection documents Reischauer's interests and activities pertaining to Japanese and East Asian society, government and culture, foreign policy, media and film, and teaching and scholarhsip.