Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The William Stull Holt papers cover the life and career of the American history professor through correspondence, diaries, photographs, reports, speeches, writings and other materials. The bulk of the collection relates to Holt's academic posts and several of the major correspondents are comprised of fellow University of Washington faculty members, as well as colleagues from other institutions, including Douglass Adair, Arthur Bestor, Robert E. Burke, Warren Cohen, Giovanni Costigan, Donald Emerson, Lawrence Gelfand, Kent Greenfield, Solomon Katz, Thomas Pressly, Max Savelle, Robert Skotheim and Dennis Strong. Other correspondents reflect Holt's political activities and include such notable figures as Brock Adams; his affiliation with the Democratic Party at the local and national level is further represented through conference and convention files. Also of note among Holt's professional papers is a 1953 reel to reel audiotape recording of lectures given by Holt and Savelle. His ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence and transcript (typewritten) of lecture concerning ms. material about Herman Melville and the influence of Nantucket whaling in Melville's work. Correspondents include William E. Gardner and Thomas Hallowell
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, drafts of talks and lectures, book and drama reviews, reprints and tear sheets of published articles, and program reports, relating to Taylor, the humanities program at Oberlin College English Dept. and 20th century program at Hiram College English Dept., Hiram, Ohio, and the governance controversy at Oberlin College (1949-1985)
Maine Folklife Center,-- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History
Audiotape with transcript of Bok's lecture given to UMO Folklore 108 class on how he makes up songs, and other related material
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Record Group 330 includes biographical and memorial materials on Dr Halsey; three photograph and postcard albums of his trip to West Africa; and a number of his writings, lectures and sermons
Wilberforce University,-- Rembert E. Stokes Learning Resource Center
Chiefly manuscripts and typescripts of Scarborough's writings, including journals, lectures, and account book. Titles include The Greeks and suicide; The Empire of discontent; Study of the American Negro; Bellerophon's letters; Notes on Thucydides, and Some Negro play songs; together with biographical data; news clippings about him; correspondence (1870-1926) pertaining to Blacks in war, education, and his scholarly pursuits; family correspondence (1918-1928) mostly pertaining to the death of his wife; Sarah Scarborough's journal (1901-1911) detailing her sailing voyages; issues of Ohio History, containing articles about Scarborough; pamphlets, scrapbooks; citations; invitations; photographs; tickets; report to the Executive Commitee of Wilberforce University (1908); and Black periodicals and serials
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence; journals; sermons; lecture notes and lectures on theology, missions, history of doctrine, church history, biblical studies, and Christian ethics; articles opposing union of northern and southern Presbyterian churches; essays on Christianity and evolution; pamphlets; biographical notes on Robert Lewis Dabney (1820-1898), Benjamin M. Palmer (1781-1847), and James Latimer (1845-1892); report (1912) on Romanism, by Johnson and others to General Assembly of Presbyterian Church in the U.S.; scrapbooks; prayers; photos; and other papers, relating to Johnson's activities as minister, author, and professor of the Bible, ecclesiastical history, and systematic theology at Union Theological Seminary in Virginia
United Society of Shakers,-- Shaker Library
Correspondence with Elder Thomas Damon at Hancock, Mass., and Elder Henry C. Blinn and Eldress Dorothy Ann Durgin, at Canterbury, N.H.; together with lectures presented at Watervliet, N.Y., and elsewhere
Hamden Historical Society
Photographs, negatives, will, genealogy, booklets, clippings, printed matter, and other materials, relating to Eli Whitney, inventor, mechanical engineer, and manufacturer of firearms, and other family members -- Includes framed certificate of inspection of muskets by Luther Sage (1816 Aug. 12); negatives of Whitney firearms; pamphlets relating to the Whitney Museum (Hamden, Conn.), Whitney Armory (Whitneyville), and original boarding house where Whitney lived with his workers; lectures (1838) given at Yale College engineering school; and articles on Eli Whitney by Joseph W. Roe, Rachel M. Hartley, and others
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Minutes, lecture transcripts, speeches, presentations, reports, memoranda, newsletters, and other papers, relating to the study, evaluation, operation, and development of living historical farms and agricultural museums. Includes history program course materials and other university materials