University of Idaho
Hogue received a degree in civil engineering from the University of Idaho in 1900. The papers include his diaries of travels throughout the Northwest as a surveyor and engineer for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, in addition to some family photographs.
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly correspondence with scholars, American and British literary figures, and Civil War veterans, relating to such topics as the Civil War, especially campaigns at Hampton and Norfolk, Va.; the Confederacy; Confederate veterans' organizations; World War I, especially the Meuse-Argonne offensive and Australian troops in Egypt and France; black suffrage; University of Virginia; and British literature; together with class rolls for McCabe's school for boys in Petersburg, and later, Richmond, Va.; autograph book; and address book. Includes papers (1757-1796) of McCabe's ancestor, George Taylor (1716-1781), chiefly relating to his iron business in Easton, Pa
American Jewish Archives
Letters to James A. Garfield requesting a consular position in Cairo, Egypt, Oct. 26, 1877; congratulating him in advance of presidential elections, Oct. 4, 1880; and requesting that his son paint a portrait of the president-elect, Nov. 14, 1880
University of Virginia Library
Letters (1945) to Daniel's wife, Nelle M. Ryan Daniel, written from the South Pacific, Australia, India, Egypt, Italy, and Germany, where Daniel was writing a book on Jesse B. Oldendorf and researching his For Want of a Nail (1948), describing his travels, war devastated cities, and people he interviewed, chiefly in connection with his book on logistics; together with additional letters to his wife (1955) describing his work on the memoirs of Harry Truman, and mss. and some proofs for Admiral Oldendorf's Story, Adventures of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, Fast Freight to Teheran, Ferdinand Magellan (1964), For Want of a Nail (1948), The Ordeal of the Captive Nations (1958), as well as notes for The Captain Leaves His Ship (1955). Persons represented include Sir Claude John Eyre Auchinleck, Mark W. Clark, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Patrick J. Hurley, Douglas MacArthur, Lord Louis Mountbatten, Chester W. Nimitz, Jesse B. Oldendorf, Pope Pius XII, and Lord Archibald Percival Wavell. ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, literary productions, legal and financial documents, and printed material, relating chiefly to Kennon's career as an officer in the U.S. and Confederate navies, and following the Civil War, in the service of the Khedive of Egypt
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Contains documents, books, and some photographs related to the activities of Henrietta Szold and Bertha Szold Levin and their family -- Includes mostly correspondence, but also some published and unpublished articles, lectures, and speeches, record books, publications, and clippings. Topics represented include Zionism, Jewish women's organizations (including the Council of Jewish Women and Hadassah), Palestine, Egypt, and the Jewish diaspora. Subseries I in the Henrietta Szold papers are photocopies of letters that do not belong to the Jewish Museum of Maryland. They are transcripts or copies of archival materials housed in other repositories. The JMM has no rights to these, and cannot give permission for their use or copying to researchers. Correspondents include Emma Ehrlich
Emily Williston Memorial Library and Museum
Nearly 700 stereographs, documenting local (Easthampton, Mass.), regional (New England), national, and world scenes as they appeared between ca. 1850-ca. 1910
Worcester Historical Museum
Four prints of early Greek and Egyptian costumes, to be used for publication in a magazine -- Persons represented include Rose Netzorg Kerr
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Correspondence with Charles G. Abbot and Loyal Blaine Aldrich concerning Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and its solar radiation observing stations in Arizona, California, Chile, Egypt, Florida, and South-West Africa, family members, and researchers; mss. of writings including Greeley's unpublished autobiography, Following the Sun; diaries of his wife, Olive A. Greeley, who also worked for the solar radiation observing stations; miscellany; photos; motion pictures; and other papers
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Records consist of minutes, reports, correspondence, financial records, and subject files documenting the educational, medical, evangelical, and administrative missionary work of the UPCNA and its predecessor churches (ARPC and APC) through its missions and institutions in Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Pakistan, and the Sudan. Of special interest is correspondence which documents the daily life of missionaries in various UPCNA fields and the effect of WWII on missionaries stationed in Ethiopia and North Africa. The subject files document a wide range of the Board's activities, both in domestic matters and on the foreign mission field, with a major emphasis on issues concerning the Egypt Mission. Included are files generated from the Board of Christian Education, the Reformed Church in America, and the Women's General Missionary Society (UPCNA) as well as files from various mission schools and hospitals