Scope and content: The collection contains original artwork, published plates, and manuscript material. Artwork includes drawings and paintings of plants, animals, and scenery. Manuscript material consists of translations of portions of Julius Milde's 1869 “Botrychiorum Monographia.” Faxon's translations date from November 1876 and may have been made while he was in Europe.
Overview: Papers assembled by American lawyer, Edward Huntington Fallows, concerning the case of his client, Anna Anderson, who claimed she was the Grand Duchess Anastasiia Nikolaevna, daughter of Nicholas II, (Emperor of Russia, 1901-1918).
Overview: Collection consists of four notebooks which contain lecture notes transcribed by Guild on a course entitled “Systematic Theology” given by Edwards Amasa Park, 1855-1856.
FOUND IN: Countway Library of MedicineCollection Identifier: H MS c256
Overview: The Edward Lowenstein papers, 1967-2002 (inclusive), are the product of Lowenstein’s activities as Chief of the Cardiac Anesthesia Group in the Department of Anesthesia at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, and as Anesthetist-in-Chief at Beth Israel Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (now Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center), Boston, Massachusetts.
Scope and Content: The Morris collection consists of a bound volume of correspondence. There are around 200 letters from 22 correspondents. Major correspondents include Charles Horton Peck and Curtis Gates Lloyd. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by sender.
Overview: Papers of Edward Everett Hale, including correspondence, material related to Antioch College and other colleges, and biographical information. The papers span 1814-1908.