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Woodberry Poetry Room records

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Am 3170
Overview: Records of Woodberry Poetry Room including correspondence and administrative files.

Woodbridge and Backus families business records

Collection Identifier: Mss:77 1754-1890 B126
Overview: The Woodbridge and Backus families of Norwich, Connecticut, engaged in international and coastwise shipping and trade of commodities like iron, rum, molasses, tobacco, and sugar. The Woodbridge and Backus families business records date from 1725 to 1896 and consist of legal and estate papers, financial records, correspondence, and genealogical research.

Woodhouse, Charles, 1812-1894. Papers, 1836-1869.

Collection Identifier: bMS 748
Overview: Papers of Universalist minister Charles Woodhouse, including sermons, correspondence, and a discourse, lecture, poem, and photograph. The papers span 1836-1869.

Woodstock Railroad Company records

Collection Identifier: Mss:724 1863-1933
Overview: The Woodstock Railroad Company records document a short-line railroad running from Woodstock to White River Junction, Vermont that operated from 1875 to 1933.

Worcester Cotton Manufactory account book

Collection Identifier: Mss:442 1789-1791 W922
Scope and Contents: Daybook of the Worcester (Mass.) Cotton Manufactory, documenting investments, dividends, and factory expenses from 1789 to 1791. The volume contains accounts of shareholders in the Manufactory, among them printer Isaiah Thomas (1749-1831), merchant Daniel Waldo (1763-1845), and Levi Lincoln (1749-1820; Harvard AB 1772), Massachusetts governor and United States Attorney General under Thomas Jefferson. There are also records of expenditures for supplies and equipment, and hiring tradesmen to...

Work and family : low income and minority women talk about their lives, ca.1930-1990

Collection Identifier: MC 420; T-249
Overview: Audiocassettes, transcripts, field notes, etc., generated by Fran Leeper Buss as part of her oral history project, Work and Family: Low Income and Minority Women Talk about Their Lives.

World War I "filleuls de guerre" letters sent to Mary M. Engel

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Fr 499
Overview: Letters from World War I French soldiers called "godsons," sent to their wartime "godmother," Mary M. (Mrs. René) Engel of Paris.

World War I Liberty bonds and loans poster collection

Collection Identifier: HUY 185
Overview: Posters created by the United States Committee on Public Information Division of Pictorial Publicity were a major tool used primarily by the government for the widespread dissemination of information during World War I. The collection consists of 46 prints of 23 unique posters of varying sizes, dating from 1917 to 1919, which encourage citizens to buy and invest in Liberty loans.

Worsdell family papers

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Thr 471
Overview: Letters from the Worsdell family of Blackheath (England) to Boston lawyer Henry M. Rogers and his wife Clara Kathleen Rogers, and photographs of the Worsdell family.