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Niles, Harold Herbert, 1892-1971. Papers,

Collection Identifier: bMS 679
Overview: Papers of Universalist minister, Harold Herbert Niles, the bulk of which consists of sermons and research used to compile his sermons. There are also writings, scrapbooks, and St. Lawrence University files. The papers span 1923-1970.

Papers of Charles Herbert Moore, 1894-1910: A Guide

Collection Identifier: HC 1
Overview: These papers of Charles Herbert Moore, first director of the Fogg Museum, document his administration of the museum and the development of its early collection. The papers date from 1894 to 1910 and consist of sent and received correspondence, invoices, and shipping documents.

The Herbert Langford Warren Collection

Collection Identifier: DES-2007-0004-011579748
Overview: This collection includes travel sketchbooks, professional drawings, correspondence and photographs by and about/of Herbert Langford Warren. It also includes watercolors for a Proposed Press at Harvard.

Herbert Charles Jerome Pollitt photograph albums, ca. 1865-1895.

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Thr 447
Overview: Two photograph albums of the British amateur female impersonator Jerome Pollitt.

D. H. Lawrence letters to various correspondents,

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Eng 832
Overview: Letters to various persons from English author D.H. (David Herbert) Lawrence.

H.S. Foxwell papers

Collection Identifier: Kress: Foxwell papers
Overview: Chiefly incoming correspondence, the bulk of which dates from 1898 to 1899; outgoing letters, writings, memorials and obituaries, and photographs.

[Senior class members lined up in the Old Quad on Commencement Day as seen from a window in Widener Library, photograph, 1928]

Item — Box: 18, Folder: 4Identifier: HUPSF (BP), Photo number: HUPSF Commencement (BP 24)
Scope of the Photographic subjects file: Oversized photographs chiefly depict the Harvard community and its environment, chiefly groups of people or places they inhabit. Some images included here are not photographs. Rarely, images may be other two-dimensional images such as engravings,drawings, or paintings, or photographic reproductions of such two-dimensional artwork.

[Panoramic view of Harvard Commencement with graduates and audience seated, photograph, 1943]

Item — Box: 30, Folder: 4Identifier: HUPSF (BP), Photo number: HUPSF Commencement (BP 26)
Scope of the Photographic subjects file: Oversized photographs chiefly depict the Harvard community and its environment, chiefly groups of people or places they inhabit. Some images included here are not photographs. Rarely, images may be other two-dimensional images such as engravings,drawings, or paintings, or photographic reproductions of such two-dimensional artwork.