University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
This 72-page diary is an account of the five-month trip Sophia Cumming McCormick took with her uncle, aunt, and cousin from Savannah, Georgia, to New York City and along the East Coast in 1811. A second, shorter portion of the diary consists of nine entries from 1818, in which McCormick reflected on her spiritual state
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
This collection is comprised of 50 letters addressed to Sophie Hoffman McLane, her daughter, Sophie, and her husband, Louis. Sophie received 12 letters from female friends between 1839 and 1849; her husband Louis received 3 letters in 1866; and her daughter Sophie received 6 letters from family members between 1871 and 1876. The collection also contains 29 undated letters addressed to either Sophie Hoffman McLane or her daughter of the same name, primarily from the elder Sophie's mother, E. Hoffman, and from female friends in Baltimore, Wilmington, and Philadelphia. Most letters concern the social and family lives of women in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware during the mid-19th century
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
This 72-page journal chronicles J. E. Guild's travels from Boston to Washington, D. C.; Baltimore, Maryland; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during February and March 1843. Guild described his daily social activities, which included attending parties, meeting with acquaintances, and interacting with prominent individuals, including United States Supreme Court justices
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
The journal of Levi E. Kent, of the 4th Rhode Island Infantry, Company F., provides an account of his regiment's movements, battles, pastimes, entertainments, and lifestyle
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
This collection consists of the papers of H.L. Mencken from 1926-1937. The papers include 248 letters, postcards, telegrams, and printed items from H.L. Mencken to Gretchen Hood (September 15, 1887-May 2, 1978), a music teacher, opera singer and prominent social figure from Washington, D.C., whose father, diplomatic journalist Edwin Milton Hood, was a founder of the National Press Club. Topics include Mencken's health, work, family, writings in progress, prohibition, literature, music, and politics
University of Maryland
Artifacts and documents associated with late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century life in Anne Arundel County and Baltimore, Maryland -- Collection is primarily composed of pickers' checks collected by E. Roderick Shipley. Many of the pickers' checks were associated with Shipley family farms, primarily those of Larkin Rodolphus Shipley and Roderick O. Shipley. Also included are documents and photographs relating to pickers' checks, farm-related implements, playbills, World War I-related memorabilia belonging to Arthur M. Shipley, and other relations
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence and invoices relating to sales of ginseng to the Preston family of Abingdon, Va
Rutgers University Libraries
Personal correspondence, business papers, accounts, and estate records (1831-1884 and undated); correspondence (1866-1868) as governor of New Jersey; papers relating to Republican National Convention of 1864 in Baltimore, Md., including draft of nominating speech for Abraham Lincoln; correspondence and other papers (1850-1883 and undated) relating to veterans' affairs; papers (1839-1915) of Moses, Lydia L., and Marcus Ward, Jr.; miscellany (1750, 1832-1910, and undated); clippings (1850-1907 and undated); and printed matter (1840-1925 and undated)
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Constitution (1905), confirmation class materials, confirmation programs, correspondence from Benjamin Szold, histories of the congregation, pew deeds, prayer cards, and Oheb Shalom Sisterhood material
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, diary (1865-1893) of Brightwood Farm, and other papers, of William Tell Steiger (1801-1888), and newspaper articles and essays written for American Farmer (Baltimore, Md.) and Free Quill (Laurel, Md.) by his wife, Hannah Van Patten Steiger, who also edited the Free Quill; together with record book (1807-1810) of Jacob Steiger (d. 1820) for a company of 39th Regiment, Maryland Militia, genealogical notes, and other papers

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