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W.G. Sargent Company records

Collection Identifier: Mss:77 1843-1920 S245
Scope and Contents: Daybooks, ledgers, cash books, letters, annual statements (1868-1920), and sample bills of a family firm located in Sargentville, Maine (now part of the town of Sedgwick) which engaged in shipping, selling of bait, lime, ice, and granite, as well as general retail and wholesale business. There is also a small segment of papers relating to ships owned by the company. Wyer Groves. Sargent, a sea captain, founded the business in 1843. In 1920 the store was sold to Henry B. Webb of Portland, Maine.

Wheatly, Robert. Papers, 1919-2001.

Collection Identifier: bMS 713
Overview: Papers of Unitarian minister Robert Wheatly, including correspondence, biographical information, and material related to his education, work, and ministry, much of it related to his work with the gay and lesbian community. The papers span 1919-2001.

Papers of William Morton Wheeler

Collection Identifier: HUGFP 87.xx
Overview: William Morton Wheeler (1865-1937), entomologist and myrmecologist, taught applied biology at Harvard University from 1908 to 1934, served as Dean of the Faculty of the Bussey Institution, and was Associate Curator of Insects at Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology. The collection reflects Wheeler’s professional activities, including correspondence, student and research notes, manuscripts for published and unpublished works, illustrations for publications, travel and zoological fieldwork...

Wheelwright, Farley Wilder. Papers, 1930-1998.

Collection Identifier: bMS 673
Overview: Papers of Unitarian Universalist minister Farley Wilder Wheelwright, including personal material, correspondence, sermons, worship materials, writings, and subject files. The papers span 1930-1998.

When WAC Was a Dirty Word by Bertha Marie Strittmatter Clark, 1977?

Collection Identifier: MC 249
Overview: Personal account of Bertha Marie Strittmatter Clark's experiences as a member of the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps.

Whig party (N.H.) correspondence

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Am 1122
Overview: Correspondence of the New Hampshire Whig Party.

Papers of Fred Lawrence Whipple, 1929-1997

Collection Identifier: HUG 4876
Overview: Fred Lawrence Whipple, Phillips Professor of Astronomy at Harvard University (1950-1977) and former director of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (1955-1973), is a world renowned expert on comets. He is the independent discoverer of six comets.

Papers of George Chandler Whipple

Collection Identifier: HUG 1876.3000
Overview: George Chandler Whipple (1866-1921) was the Gordon McKay Professor of Sanitary Engineering at Harvard University (1911-1924), and best known as a co-founder of the Harvard School of Public Health (1922). The Papers of George Chandler Whipple document his activities as a civil engineer in the field of sanitary microbiology, as well as family life from 1860 to 1941.

Whitall-Smith family papers

Collection — Box: Whitall-Smyth Identifier: BER -5
Overview: The collection includes writings and personal material regarding members of Mary Berenson's family.

Papers of Daniel Appleton White

Collection Identifier: HUM 11
Overview: Daniel Appleton White (1776-1861) was a Massachusetts lawyer, legislator, and judge. These papers document his activities as a student and his early career as a teacher in Massachusetts from 1793 to 1803. They include materials from his time as a student at Atkinson Academy in New Hampshire in 1793 and as an undergraduate at Harvard College from 1793 to 1797, as well as documents created while teaching at the grammar school in Medford, Massachusetts from 1797 to 1799 and as a tutor at Harvard...