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Correspondence, speeches, autobiography, and mss. of Elias Vosseller, merchant, businessman, musician, and secretary of Hunterdon County Historical Society, of Flemington, N.J.; correspondence, financial records, and legal documents of R. Sleeper; genealogical materials and other papers of the Sleeper family, in-laws of Elias Vosseller, of Laurens and Otsego, N.Y.; survey with map (1794); newspaper clippings; pamphlets; and photographs
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, reports, contracts, account books, scrapbooks containing advertisements and newspaper clippings, autobiography of founder, Louis N. Gross, and other printed materials
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, newspaper articles, biographical materials, speeches, galley proofs of Underwood's autobiography, Newspaperwoman (1949), memorabilia, clippings, printed material, audiocassettes and videotapes of interviews, photos, and other papers, relating to Underwood's life and newspaper career at Los Angeles Record (1926-1935) and Los Angeles Evening Herald Express (1935-1968), where she was well-known for her coverage of crimes and Hollywood scandals
Holocaust Center of Northern California
Includes correspondence; ms., "The story of my life"; documents; publications; and leaflets
Judah L. Magnes Museum,-- Western Jewish History Center
Contains both Isabel Wiel's correspondence with family members and friends and other family correspondence (primarily to her parents Harry and Sarah (1920-1959)), but also photocopies of letters from Ernest Lilienthal (1875), Samuel Lilienthal (1875), Louis Sloss (1879), and Bella Lilienthal (1882), and other original letters -- Also contains personal and family papers that include family trees; a copy of Isabel Wiel's birth certificate; high school diploma; bankbooks; passports; driver's licenses; photographs and documents pertaining to the Personal Bookshop, folk dancing, employment, and Daughters of California Pioneers membership; and other certificates and memorabilia. Examples of family papers include a copy of Sarah Lilienthal and Harry Wiel's wedding certificate and wedding album, and announcements and clippings from other family weddings; obituaries for family members and close friends; genealogical research done by Isabel Wiel and Stephen Wiel on the Wiel family; a 1927 ... Read More
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Correspondence, reports, financial, legal, and business papers, genealogical material, certificates and awards, and mss. of autobiographical writings, relating primarily to the extended families of Freud's father, Alexander Freud, and his uncle, Sigmund Freud. Correspondents include Edward L. Bernays, Alexander and Sophie Schreiber Freud, Amalia Freud, Ernst L. Freud, and Rose Beatrice Winternitz Waldinger
Maine Historical Society
Observations and commentaries on the religious, social, and political life of Portland, Me., and vicinity -- Includes photos of Leonard B. Chapman and Bradley Meeting House (First Parish Church, Portland); newsclippings; autobiographical sketches; and listing of marriages and funerals (ca. 1800-1860) presided over by Bradley
Central State University,-- Hallie Q. Brown Memorial Library
Hallie Q. Brown papers covers Brown's life as a Wilberforce College student and later fund raiser, an educator, an elocutionist, and a writer -- They also documents her many travels and her association with several organizations, especially the International Council of Women and the National Association of Colored Women. Materials include correspondence (1906-1946); lecture notes with topics such as The Best System of Physical Culture for Our Girls, Biblical History, The Condemnation of Liquor, Frederick Douglass, Greatest Needs of Negro Womanhood Today, and History of Ethiopia and Abyssinnia; diaries (1881-1930); publications including Our Women, Past Present & Future (1925) and Tales My Father Told Me (1925); her writings including a speech at Vienna Conference, International Council of Women (1930), "Lizette, the Beautiful", published in Gospel Herald & Saturday Evening Call (1924), and address to National Association of Colored Women; manuscripts including the first draft of and ... Read More
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Correspondence with Mount Holyoke faculty and administrators, professional associations, historians, and others; writings including drafts of essays and books; course materials; Barnes's undergraduate and graduate lecture notes; drafts of a family history and autobiography; and financial records. Materials relate chiefly to her professional development and work as a member of Mount Holyoke's History Dept. (1919-1951)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Manuscripts of writings, including sermons and an incomplete Hebrew grammar, outlines on lectures on the Kingdom of God, commentary of Book of Proverbs, notes to a treatise of Proverbs, and introductions to Old and New Testaments; together with autobiography (1881)