Cincinnati Museum Center - Cincinnati Historical Library and Archives
Consists of declarations of intention to become American citizens by 30 immigrants from Germany, Ireland and Great Britain with affidavits from U.S. citizens supporting their cases from 1836 to 1858. All are from Hamilton County, Ohio, except for one from Butler County, Ohio
South Dakota State University - Hilton M. Briggs Library
George C. Biggar, a South Dakota State University alumnus (BS 1921, MS 1922), created programs for radio stations in Chicago, IL (WLS) and Cincinnati, OH (WLW). He helped plan the Barn Dance and the Dinnerbell Program. This collection includes radio scripts, interviews, photographs, and other material collected throughout his career. Material from a trip to Great Britain in 1943-1944 makes up a large portion of the collection and includes information related to agriculture during wartime
University of California, Berkeley
Drawings of coats of arms of Great Britain
University of California, Berkeley
Selected documents concerning the organization and activities of limited Scottish companies interested in the North American West. Includes files on Scotish Ontario Gold Mining Syndicate, Ltd.; Scottish Mexican Oil Company, Ltd.; Oregonian Railway Company, Ltd.; Mexican Prospecting Company, Ltd.; Hawaiian Investment & Agency Company, Ltd.; Arizona Trust & Mortgage Company, Ltd.; Hudson's Bay Company of Scotland, Ltd.; Anglo-Brazillian Timber Company, Ltd.; and Jamaica Sugar Syndicate, Ltd
University of California, Berkeley
Contains a typescript carbon copy volume of a dramatization of Henry James' "The Golden Bowl", co-authored by Stephen Spender and Mary Hope Allen (132 leaves, undated [1945?]). Also includes one folder of correspondence containing seven letters by Stephen Spender, one typescript draft of a letter to Spender by Peter Stansky and William Abrahams, one letter from Edmund Wilson to Peter Stansky on letterhead stationery of The New Yorker, and one printed promotional brochure for Spender's lecture work
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Memorial University of Newfoundland - Queen Elizabeth II
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Original patent, 8 July 1884, for improvements in printing machines
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
These papers reflect Joshua Barney's activities as an American naval officer during the Revolution, Commodore in the French navy from 1796 to 1802, privateer during the War of 1812, and commander of the Chesapeake flotilla defending Washington, D.C., in 1814. The largest group of papers relate to his service in the French navy and include official papers, accounts, log of La Tribune, and related material. Some papers, possibly saved by Barney from captured ships, consist of circular letters of British postmasters, instructions and documents for the mail packet Amelia, 1793-1812, with information on intelligence-gathering, as well as a few letters for English merchants, 1812. Also commissions, naval signals, testimonials and more

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