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Williams, George Huntston, 1914-. Papers on pro-life organizations in the United States and on abortion issues, 1965-1985.
Overview: George Huntston Williams papers on pro-life organizations in the United States and on abortion issues. The papers span 1965-1985.
Overview: Papers of Universalist John Enoch Williams, relating to the various positions held within the Universalist Convention of North Carolina. The papers span 1919-1972.
Overview: This collection consists of material related to Rhys Williams' ministerial appointments at the Unitarian Curch in Charleston, South Carolina and First Church in Boston, Massachusetts, as well as services in other congregations and biographical information. The records span 1951-2003.
Overview: Letters from Ted Williams to Alan Seaburg, as well as drawings and artwork, 1976-1993.
Overview: Diaries and other materials of Universalist minister Lemuel Willis (1802-1878).
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: UAI 15.1404
Overview: In the 17th and 18th centuries, Harvard College relied on government grants and tax allocations, town subscriptions, and private donations to fund the school. Donations were often made as bequests and recorded in a donor's will. This collection contains copies of wills that include bequests to Harvard, and related papers such as court records and certificates of death. Most of the documents are copies kept by the Harvard Corporation to manage bequests, or were created and donated to the College...
FOUND IN: Biblioteca Berenson, Villa I Tatti - The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance StudiesCollection Identifier: BER -12
Overview: The collection includes the correspondence of Bernard Berenson and others in the circle of Berenson's friends and close associates to William Mostyn-Owen during his stay at I Tatti and after. It also includes some papers regarding I Tatti and Berenson.
FOUND IN: Harvard Art Museums ArchivesCollection Identifier: SC 26
Overview: Collection documenting the personal and professional life of artist Christopher Wilmarth. The collection contains correspondence with art dealers, clients, colleagues, and museums; exhibition catalogues; personal writings such as song lyrics and essays; estate records; and photographs, slides, and transparencies of Wilmarth’s art.
Overview: Captains' letters, bills, accounts, charter parties, insurance papers of schooners in the coastwise trade, 1881-1915.
Overview: These two letters are written by Elhanan Winchester, and they are addressed to Captain Zephaniah Andrews of Providence, Rhode Island. In the letters, Winchester thanks Andrews and friends for their kindness.