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Member, photographer, and businessman in the American Colony in Jerusalem. Correspondence, memoirs and other writings, clippings, and printed matter largely relating to Lind's life as a member of the American Colony in Jerusalem.
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence and other materials relating to Spicehandler's philanthropic activities. Persons, places, and organizations represented include Joseph Baratz, S. Bernstein, Louis D. Brandeis, Natan Goren, Daniel Persky, Edward Warbug, Chaim Weizmann, Buenos Aires, Palestine, Mexico City, Warsaw, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, American Jewish Conference, American Jewish Congress, American Jewish Historical Society, Federation of American Zionists, Hebrew Union College, Jewish National Fund, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, United Jewish Appeal, World Jewish Congress, and World Zionist Organization
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, writings, printed material, photos, and other papers, reflecting Gray's career as a Presbyterian minister, and his wife, Clara's career as an author. Includes programs, directories, religious literature, minutes and annual reports of Women's Auxiliary of West Texas Presbytery, short stories, poems, recipes, yearbook (1899) from Southwestern Presbyterian University, and travel diary from a trip to Egypt and Jerusalem in the 1920s
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
Consists of woodcuts from the early to mid sixteenth century portraying biblical scenes, places, and Reformation-era persons.
Getty Research Institute
This anonymous seventeenth-century account of a trip from Rome to Jerusalem and Egypt begins with a glossary of Neapolitan terms, followed by two pages of detailed renderings of coins from Naples and Malta. After these preliminaries the account of the voyage begins with departure from Rome on 21 December 1666. The description of Naples includes an account of the antiquities of Pozzuoli, which the traveler visits on 4 January 1667 while waiting for a favorable wind to speed him to Sicily. Having reached the island, he departs from Messina on February 19th for Malta. The description of Malta includes numerous ink sketches of monuments and views shaded in pencil. Sailing from Malta on March 16th, the traveler stops at the Cyclades, Rhodes, and Cyprus before reaching Tyre in Lebanon. Following the coast of the Mediterranean Sea southwards, he visits Acre and Jaffa, then sets out for the holy sites of Palestine. Five full-page pencil illustrations include the skyline of Jerusalem, the ... Read More
New-York Historical Society
Journal appears to be a daily accounting of deposits and withdrawals from January 19-31, 1933
University of South Alabama - The Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The bulk of this collection consists of 35-millimeter color slides taken by Hagenbring at home and on his travels, most of which were made between 1954 and 1962, but a few are from in 1952 and the mid-1960s. Within the local slides, that is, those not related to his travels, are images of his home at Magnolia Springs and at Arlington Heights, as well as images of Fort Morgan, the Foley train, and one slide of the Magnolia Springs Post Office. The collection also contains 290 lantern slides, which are stored in their two original cases. These are undated but were probably taken during Hagenbring's first trip abroad in 1948. This collection also includes a few brochures Hagenbring collected on his world travels, as well as other items such as a newspaper clipping, a trip itinerary, and a few letters
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
The collection includes biographical material, speeches and articles, and correspondence between Minard and other YMCA professionals, mostly dating from the transitional period between his stints in China and Jerusalem, and the months leading up to his retirement in 1973. Also included is information on the Nanking Union Church at which Minard was a Pastor during his time in China
University of Washington
The John Dutton Wright photograph collection consists of a single album which contains 547 images documenting the Wright family's international travel. Among those countries depicted in photographs from the album are: Argentina, Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil, Burma, Chile, India, Italy, Japan, Java, Lebanon, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tibet, and Uruguay, as well as the city of Jerusalem. Also included in the collection, loose from the album, is a series of three colored, outdoor images
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The collection consists primarily of the personal papers of the younger W. W. Atterbury as preserved by his family, along with a few items from his father and uncle