Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:
Original and two copies of a July 1776 letter from Colonel Asa Whitcomb to Dr. David Townsend regarding the inoculation of Whitcomb's regiment, presumably against smallpox.
The collection documents the Peabody Museum Expedition to Awatovi (northeastern Arizona) from 1935-39, and includes historical material, financial records, field notes, diaries, photographs, drawings, correspondence, and field and artifact cards.
The papers include correspondence and documentation related to the rescue of the Florentine cultural heritage damaged by the 1966 flood.
The Brigham and Women’s Hospital records are the product of the hospital’s administrative, fundraising, publication, and public relations activities, the bulk of which cover the years 1980 through 2000. The collection is open-ended and new records are added as they are acquired.
Notes, manuscripts, clippings and published articles relating to the research interests of Giorgio Castelfranco, Italian Art Historian and officer of the Italian Fine Arts administration.
Collection consists of correspondence and scrapbooks of Charles H. Waterbury. The contents concern chess problems.
Consists of correspondence to and from Blake, notebooks relating to the work done with Alexander Graham Bell, and biographical materials relating to Clarence John Blake and the Blake family, including drafted chapters of a biography of Blake and excerpts from Blake’s speeches, writings, and letters.
Incoming letters to Kenneth Clark and his wife Jane, with occasional carbon copies of Clark's responses and partial diary from 1934.
Papers from the Palazzo Pitti office of the American Committee to Rescue Italian Art (CRIA), founded to restore cultural heritage damaged by the 1966 Florentine flood, include correspondence, reports, invoices, and photographs related to the organization’s activities.
Papers from the I Tatti office of the American Committee to Rescue Italian Art (CRIA), founded to restore cultural heritage damaged by the 1966 Florentine flood, include correspondence, reports, and photographs related to the organization's activities.
The Clarke collection contains correspondence, photographs, and manuscript materials.
The papers consist of correspondence and financial documentation reflecting the family life and professional work of Darwin DeForrest Douglass, an artificial limb designer and maker.
The papers primarily consist of Bushnell and the Bushnell estate's correspondence with dealers, artists, museum professionals and other collectors; Bushnell's fieldnotes from his work with the Choctaw and archaeological expeditions; and, manuscript drafts and notes for his many publications.
Contains materials relating to the publication of Letters of Fanny Brawn to Fanny Keats, including typescript copies of the letters, a draft of the published version, biographies of each woman, as well as additional materials relating to the publication of the letters and the families' histories.
The Frederick P. Li papers, 1961-2016 (inclusive), are the product of Li’s research and professional activities during his education and career at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute as Head of the Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Control, the Harvard School of Public Heath as Professor of Clinical Cancer Epidemiology, and the National Cancer Institute as Head of the Clinical Studies Section of the Clinical Epidemiology Branch.
Audiotape letters from Tove Gerson to her friend Elena Dodd.
Thaddeus Mason Harris (1768-1842) was a Harvard librarian, Unitarian minister, and author in Boston. This collection contains correspondence, sermons, and commonplace books of Harris, dated 1746-1846.
The Harry Chick collection of railroad photographs and ephemera contains postcards, photographs, stereographs and ephemera pertaining to locomotives and railroads. The materials were collected by railroad enthusiast Harry Chick.
Notes and drafts for writings, correspondence, and clippings by Frederick Hartt.