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Windsor Arnold Hosmer papers

Collection Identifier: Arch GA 38.10
Overview: Papers include Windsor Arnold Hosmer's professional correspondence (1948-1960), manuscripts (1955-1958 and undated), and business records (1954-1962).

Winifred Coombe Tennant papers

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Eng 1825
Scope and Contents: Primarily correspondence of Winifred Coombe Tennant, Gerald Balfour, and their son, Henry Coombe Tennant; with photographs, records of psychic research (including automatic writing), correspondence of others, and copies of her diaries.

Papers of George Parker Winship

Collection Identifier: HUG 4879.xx
Overview: George Parker Winship (1871-1952), librarian, educator, and author, was a librarian at Harvard University’s Widener Library from 1915 until his retirement in 1936. The collection documents his career as a librarian at Harvard’s Widener Library, as well as his involvement with professional organizations, particularly the Bibliographical Society of America. The bulk of the collection contains correspondence, as well as an account book for the Widener Collection, 1915 to 1926, manuscripts of...

David C. McClelland collection compiled by David G. Winter

Collection Identifier: HUM 270
Overview: David G. Winter (born 1939) is a Professor of Psychology (emeritus) at the University of Michigan. David C. McClelland (1917-1998), was a psychology professor at Harvard University (1956-1987) and known for his wide-ranging research on personality and motivation. The collection consists chiefly of biographical materials from the 1920s to 2012 about David C. McClelland compiled by David G. Winter, a former student, colleague, and research associate of McClelland.

Papers of the Winthrop Family, 1892-1963

Collection Identifier: SC 28
Overview: This collection consists of family papers generated by Mary Tallmadge Trevor Winthrop and her daughters Emily Winthrop Miles and Kate Winthrop Morse. A large scrapbook dates from 1892-1895, while additional papers span 1928 - 1963. Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, event programs, copyright forms, and a small collection of "fairy letter" booklets.

Papers of Grenville L. Winthrop, 1885-2000

Collection Identifier: SC 21
Overview: Personal papers of Grenville L. Winthrop, Harvard alumnus and art collector. Papers relate to the development of his art collection from the late nineteenth century into the mid twentieth century, with the bulk between the 1920s and 1943. Documents include correspondence, legal documents, scrapbooks, datebooks, accounts, photographs, book chapters, articles, and index files of the artwork in the collection.

Photograph album of Grenville Lindall Winthrop, approximately 1886

Collection Identifier: HUD 886.94
Overview: The photographs in this album were taken by Grenville Lindall Winthrop in approximately 1886 while he was an undergraduate student at Harvard College. Taken in the northeast as well as at Harvard, these photographs illustrate student life at Harvard in the late nineteenth century, upper-class family life, and various nature scenes.

Papers of James Winthrop

Collection Identifier: HUM 69
Overview: James Winthrop (1752-1821), son of famous colonial scientist John Winthrop, served as Butler and Librarian of Harvard College, Justice of the Peace of Middlesex County, Register of Probate, and Judge in the Court of Common Pleas, among other roles. This small collection contains a notebook on logarithms he created as a student at Harvard around 1765, a journal created after his death to record the division of books he bequeathed to Thaddeus Mason Harris and Harriet H. Peck, a notebook he kept...

Papers of James Winthrop related to the Harvard College Library

Collection Identifier: UAIII 50.27.72
Overview: This collection contains a small assortment of thirteen administrative records related to the Harvard College Library and its management by the College Librarian, dating from 1780 to 1801. The documents consist of two letters concerning book donations to the College Library from Francis Dana and Robert Bell; five documents concerning library staff appointments and payment for service; and six documents related to book borrowing, book binding, and the arrangement of volumes. The records are...

Papers of John and Hannah Winthrop

Collection Identifier: HUM 9
Overview: Preeminent colonial scientist John Winthrop (1714-1779) was Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy at Harvard from 1738 until his death in 1779. Winthrop was the first important scientist to teach at Harvard and a highly regarded pioneer in mathematics and astronomy in the American colonies. The Papers of John and Hannah Winthrop contain materials created by Professor John Winthrop over more than five decades, and include almanacs annotated by both him and his second wife Hannah...