Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Includes a file of business records of the County Theatre of Suffern, N.Y., 1937-1947; a scrapbook of clippings from the Rockland County Theatre League, 1932; a file concerning fundraising for the Radcliffe College 70th Anniversary Fund; and miscellaneous printed material.
The collection documents both the personal and professional life of Annie Jump Cannon, the first astronomer to systematically classify the stars. It contains diaries, autobiographical writings, correspondence, manuscripts, and photographs, relating to her life and career.
This collection includes contracts for theatrical engagements, 1889-1938; film stills and publicity photographs, 1924 and undated; a small quantity of correspondence, 1908-1918 and 1940; a typescript (signed) script by Andrews titled "Who Died First: Negro Farce" undated; and loose scrapbook pages containing clippings and photographs circa 1900-1923.
Includes clippings, photographs, ticket stubs, and correspondence.
Includes photographs, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and notes assembled for the 1992 exhibition and publication. Much of this material came from Houghton Librarian William H. Bond and librarian Carolyn Jakeman. Jakeman was the source of the scrapbooks.
Scrapbook created by James Jackson Minot from 1870 to 1876 while he was a student at Harvard College and Harvard Medical School. Includes acceptance letters from Harvard College, graded examinations, and programs from social events he attended.
Consists of two scrapbooks created by Mary Searle Cummings representing her service as a nurse with the Harvard Unit in England and France during World War I. Scrapbooks include photographs, travel documents, greeting cards and other ephemera, newspapers and other print publications.
Papers relating to both the Ames family and their involvement in the Union Pacific Railroad, 1861-1969. The material was gathered by Charles E. Ames in writing his book, "Pioneering the Union Pacific" (Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1969).
Official documents and other papers relating to the United Nations Conference on International Organization, San Francisco, Calif., on which Pennoyer served with the secretariat.
Contains scrapbooks and minute books which include correspondence, poems, songs, and other manuscripts by Club members, printed programs for the monthly meetings, occasional treasurer's or secretary's reports, photographs, obituaries and memorials to Club members who have died, other clippings, and memorabilia. Also contains directories of the membership for some years.
The Samuel A. Levine papers, 1908-1994 and 2016-2017 (inclusive) consist primarily of papers, photographs, and film created during and after the life of cardiologist Samuel A. Levine and collected by Levine and family members, including his wife Rosalind W. Levine, son Herbert J. Levine, daughter-in-law Sandra Levine, and grandson Jonathan H. Scheff.
Materials relating to legal action resulting from the probate of the will of Lotta Crabtree, actress, of Boston. Papers assembled and used by the defense (special administrators of the estate) comprise the bulk of the collection.
Includes 3 scrapbooks of clippings of photographs, mostly of actresses, mostly identified, circa 1890-1916; 1 scrapbook of programs from Boston theaters, 1905-1915; loose clippings; and a 1970 letter from Sybil M. Baker to Selina Little explaining provenance from the family of Quincy Kilby.
Scrapbook on Japan and pocket diary kept by American pastor William Edwin Parson.
Topics include memorials and TR's family and descendants, chiefly Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and letters received from Gifford Pinchot, Corinne Roosevelt Robinson, Archibald Bulloch Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Elihu Root, William Allen White, and Leonard Wood.