Yale University - Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The Adele Gutman Nathan Theatrical Collection Addition consists of letters, manuscripts, printed material, and photographs documenting Nathan's life and achievements in the theater, as an author, as a journalist, and as a pageant producer. Included are drafts of children's books about the lives of Winston Churchill and Abraham Lincoln, programs for the Cellar Players and the Little Lyric Theatre, production notes for a centennial celebration for Rochester, New York, and radio scripts.Materials in this collection also document the history of the Gutman family, Jewish merchants in Baltimore during the turn of the 20th century. Included are materials documenting the life of Nathan's sister, Elizabeth Gutman Kaye, a painter and singer of folk songs.
Maine Historical Society
Copies of letters pertaining to Lincoln (dated 1864 and 1909) -- Persons represented include Lydia Parker Bixby
The Bancroft Library
The collection consists of family correspondence, providing information about the family's history, involvement with the arts, and friendships, featuring letters from Abraham Rosenberg, Alice Greenbaum Rosenberg, Louise Rosenberg, Ernest Bloch, Isaac Stern, Oscar Weil, Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Imogen Cunningham, and other well-known personalities. A letter from Sarah Ackerman to Louis Greenbaum from before their marriage describes San Francisco after President Abraham Lincoln's assassination. The bulk of the correspondence is between husband and wife Abraham and Alice Rosenberg and between Louise Rosenberg and her parents during her years attending Vassar College (1926-1929). There is also Louise (Rosenberg) Bransten Berman's correspondence from after her father's death regarding memorial scholarships and donations, including exchanges with Albert Elkus at the University of California, Berkeley about the Oscar Wiel Fund. The collection also contains photographs; family papers; a ... Read More
Middlesex County Historical Society
Series I, Soldiers, has documents relating to individual soldiers who fought in the Civil War. While not all of the individuals are from Middletown and Middlesex County, the majority of the men addressed in this series are related in some way to the area. Documents included in this series include letters, diaries, discharges, pension records and applications, and in select cases photographs. The folders are organized alphabetically by last name and are contained in the first two boxes of the Civil War Collection. Series II, Regiments and Aid Societies, contains documents pertaining to specific regiments, the majority of them from Connecticut, include rolls of honor, muster rolls, reports, newspaper articles, and histories. Each folder concerns a specific regiment or a specific type of document relating to the military. Documents pertaining to specific aid societies include inventories, circulars, and correspondence to and from the societies. Each folder concerns one individual aid ... Read More
Cambridge Historical Society
The Nichols family papers document the lives of the Nichols family from the 1830s through the 1890s. The papers consists of journals, professional correspondence of George Nichols, personal correspondence of the Nichols family, family ephemera, and photographs -- Journals (Series I) is comprised of the typescript of "Journey to Saratoga," six journals, one typescript each of John White Treadwell Nichols's Journal (Mar. 1867- July 1867), and Susan Farley Nichols's Journal IV. "Journey to Saratoga" was written by Susan Farley Nichols while she accompanied her parents on a trip to Saratoga in 1839. The journal describes visits to the Worcester House for the Insane and the Insane Hospital of Vermont. Susan Farley Nichols also describes the various towns visited throughout the journey, including Wocester, Brattleborough, Windsor, Royalton, Hanover, Montpelier, Burlington, Ticonderoga, Caldwell, Saratoga, Troy, Albany, and New York. The journals of Susan Farley Nichols contain reminiscences ... Read More
Lake County Historical Society
History hour narrative written by Newman
Western Reserve Historical Society
Correspondence, diaries, Bascom and Little genealogies, memoirs, obituaries, certificates, invitations, and newspaper clippings, relating to William Tully Bascom (1812-1877) as editor of the Ohio State Journal and other Ohio newspapers and his political activities; his son, Gustavus Bascom (1841-1884), as an officer with an Ohio regiment during the Civil War and his military service in West Virginia and at South Mountain and Antietam, Md.; his daughter, Laura (Bascom) Little, describing her travels to Europe and the Orient; her husband, Dr. Hiram H. Little (1816-1896), and the Little family; and their son, Tully Bascom Little (1879-1940), and his activities as president of Cleveland Chamber of Commerce. Correspondents include Newton D. Baker, William W. Belknap, Jacob D. Cox, James A. Garfield, Horace Greeley, Abraham Lincoln, William McKinley, and Edwin Stanton
Montana State University--Bozeman Libraries,-- Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
The M.L. Wilson Abraham Lincoln collection contains various pamphlets, articles, and memorabilia about Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War era -- Included in the collection are the Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin, the Abraham Lincoln Quarterly, the Lincoln Centennial Association Bulletin, Lincoln Lore, and the Lincolnian; several memorial addresses after Lincoln's death; speeches and addresses by Lincoln; articles from the Atlantic Monthly, Century, Harper's Monthly, Lincoln Herald, McCall's, McClure's, National Republican, and Scribner's Monthly; various government publications; lists of Lincolniana; and memorabilia. The bulk of the collection has been arranged by author
New Jersey Historical Society
Chiefly letters and documents purchased at the auction of Nelson's ms. collection; together with transcripts (typewritten) of interviews with residents of Paterson and environs (1873-1885) -- Persons interviewed include Peter Adams, John Colt, Richard Coughlin, Thomas Dynan, Philip R. George, and Julia Wickham. Includes correspondence and other papers of James Abeel, S. Austin Allibone, Joseph Anderson, Joseph Barber, John Bayard, Andrew Bell, Joseph Bloomfield, Joseph Borden, Elisha Boundinot, James Caldwell, Thomas Bradbury Chandler, Salmon P. Chase, Peter Colt, Roswell L. Colt, William Duer, Hamilton Fish (1809-1893), Paul L. Ford, Elbridge Gerry, William Henry Harrison, Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809-1894), Philip Hone, Peter Augustus Jay, Reverdy Johnson, James Lenox, Abraham Lincoln, William Livingston, Ann Lyon, James Madison, George Perry Morris, Lucien Murat, John Nelson, John G. Palfrey, William Paterson (1745-1806), Charles Pettit, Herbert Putnam, Whitelaw Reid, Caesar Rodney, ... Read More
Sheldon Museum Research Center
Two Treasury Dept. orders for returned clothing and equipment (1867); marriage certificate (1865); invitation to the Inauguration Ball at the inauguration of President Abraham Lincoln (Mar. 4, 1865); and copy of an article from The Alaskan (1893 July 22) regarding the removal from office of Governor Lyman Knapp, of Alaska, with an unflattering comment on his administration

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