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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 48 Collections and/or Records:

Hemenway Expedition Records

Collection Identifier: 43-39A, 46-73, 13-26, 980-2, 2000.20,2001.7
Scope and Contents: The Hemenway Expedition Records reveal the working relationships in field correspondence between expedition members and with Mary Hemenway; the intellectual products of the work in Cushing, Bandelier, and ten Kate's ethnological manuscripts; and the raw data of site notes and cards, reports, plans, and field notebooks. The records also contain some of Margaret Magill's watercolors of archaeological artifacts. The materials are organized primarily by chronological accession and then according to...

Henry Pickering Bowditch papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c5
Overview: H. P. (Henry Pickering) Bowditch (1840-1911) established the first physiological laboratory at Harvard Medical School and taught at the school for 35 years. The collection consists mainly of correspondence but also includes family research records, personal papers including military records, lectures, writings, and manuscript materials.

Howells, W. W. (William White), 1908-2005, Papers

Collection Identifier: 995-15
Overview: This collection consists primarily of anthropometric data/ field sheets and somatotype photographs of a variety of cultures.

Ian Graham papers

Collection Identifier: 2004.15.2

James Jackson Putnam papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c4
Overview: The James Jackson Putnam papers consist of records either created or collected by Putnam during his life or collected by his widow, Marian Cabot Putnam, after his death. The bulk of the collection is correspondence, most of it either from or to James Jackson Putnam. Correspondents include members of the Putnam, Morse, Shattuck, Cabot, and Jackson families as well as Sigmund Freud, Ernest Jones, Carl Jung, Boris Sidis, and Morton Prince, among other medical colleagues in the United States and...

John B. Little papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c302
Overview: Records in the collection were created or collected by John B. Little during the course of his professional and research activities at Harvard Medical School, the Harvard School of Public Health, and Massachusetts General Hospital. Record types include correspondence, reports, grant applications, newspaper clippings, manuscripts, meeting minutes, agendas, photographs, contact sheets, negatives, slides, 3.5” and 5.5” diskettes, and X-rays. Topics include student activism at Harvard during the...

Letters to Lemuel Shaw

Collection Identifier: HUD 200.505
Overview: This collection contains letters to Lemuel Shaw, dated 1798-1857, from five other members of the Harvard College class of 1800: Timothy Boutelle, Timothy Flint, Abiel Holbrook, William Sawyer, and Daniel Kimball. A folder enclosed with the correspondence indicates Shaw was on a committee to collect biographical information on the class of 1800, and these letters, which date from their college days until late adulthood, may have been used to compile a class book.

Letters to Monroe Engel

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection Identifier: MS Am 3163
Overview: Personal and professional letters addressed to Monroe Engel.

Louis Charles Christopher Krieger glass plate negatives

Collection Identifier: far00020
Scope and Content:: This collection consists of glass plate negatives used by Krieger while illustrating “Icones Farlowianae.” Some negatives are clearly labeled with the photographer’s name. Some labels are unclear and may indicate the collector of the specimen rather than the photographer. Negatives are numbered; however, it is unknown if the numbers indicate a series of negatives or samples or correspond to plates in the finished work. The collection also contains related correspondence....

Nahum Capen papers

Collection Identifier: B MS c23
Overview: The Nahum Capen papers, 1783-1885 (inclusive), 1826-1885 (bulk), consist chiefly of letters addressed to Capen and to the firm of Marsh, Capen, and Lyon, requesting information on or discussing phrenology; concerning establishment and meetings of phrenological societies in Boston and elsewhere; and other professional matters. Also includes social invitations, letters of transmittal and recommendation, documents from phrenological societies, and Capen’s collection of autograph letters.