COLLECTIONS: 7201 - 7210 of 7844
Overview: Contains chiefly correspondence of British proprietor and governor of Nova Scotia Thomas Temple and his nephew John Nelson concerning land claims in Nova Scotia and the French role in Canada
Overview: Collection of correspondence assembled by Thomas W. Lamont, who was a friend of British poet and dramatist John Masefield.
Overview: Scrapbooks, commonplace books, and other papers of author, abolitionist, and Civil War soldier, Thomas Wentworth Higginson.
Scope and Content: The Higginson papers consist of four botanical notebooks and two letters found inserted in the notebooks.
FOUND IN: Dumbarton Oaks ICFACollection Identifier: MS.BZ.013
Scope and Contents: The bulk of the collection consists of Thomas Whittemore’s teaching materials, correspondence, printed materials (e.g., books, playbills, and pamphlets), and photographs, which were created between the late 1800s and 1950s. The items are related to Whittemore’s teaching career at Tufts College and Columbia University before he founded the Byzantine Institute in 1930. The contents also record and illustrate Whittemore’s other activities during this period, such as his trips to Europe, as well as...