COLLECTIONS: 7981 - 7990 of 8063
Scope and Content: Bailey’s letters to James Franklin Collins, Professor of Botany at Brown University, comprise the bulk of the collection and pertain to activities of the New England Botanical Club and the Botany Department at Brown. There are around 300 letters, many of which were written to Bailey by other botanists and forwarded by him to Collins.The remainders of the Bailey materials consist of notes on Bailey's life, an autobiographical sketch and six poems by Bailey, and a flyer for...
Overview: Preliminary box list only for science fiction fanzines and related papers collected by William Wilson Goodson Jr.
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUM 26
Overview: William Winthrop (1753-1825 Harvard AB 1770, AM 1773) was a prominent member of the Cambridge community, a benefactor of Harvard College, and a biographer of Harvard alumni. The collection holds the correspondence and research notes compiled by Winthrop, often in the form of annotated Harvard Triennial Catalogues, as he attempted to create comprehensive biographical histories of all of Harvard's graduates. The collection reflects information Winthrop collected from alumni, published local...
Scope and Contents: The collection consists of two bound volumes of correspondence and printed material entitled, “Tracts and Letters on Planting. Authors copies of tracts bound up with the letters that he received from correspondents, the printed matter inlaid, and the whole arranged in (mostly) chronological order.” Vol. I. August 1826-November 1827 Contains correspondence to Withers and four items authored by Withers: one letter to W.M. Cobbett Esq. (printed by Holt), “Memoir on Forest Trees,” and...
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.