Catholic Archives at San Antonio
Correspondence, biographical sketches, will, addresses, and other items, relating chiefly to the Catholic Church in Texas, the Archdiocese of San Antonio (earlier name: Diocese of San Antonio), and the Drossaerts family in Holland
George Washington University Library
Correspondence, organizational records, photos, and other papers, relating to Nicholson's activities as a student at St. Cecilia's Academy and George Washington University, Washington, D.C., pediatrician practicing in Pennsylvania and Washington, and professor at George Washington University School of Medicine, her provision of relief gifts to victims of World War II in Austria, the Netherlands, and Germany (1942-1952), and involvement with Christ Child Society in Washington
Holocaust Center of Northern California
Identity card, issued in Amsterdam, Holland, probably during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers chiefly reflecting the legal work of John Prince (1782-1848) as clerk for Essex County, Mass., courts, notary public, justice of the peace, and lawyer active in Salem; personal papers of Prince; papers of his brother William Henry (1786-1815), supercargo aboard the ship Salus; and scientific papers of his father, Congregational clergyman John Prince (1751-1836). Professional case files series consists of legal cases relating to administration of estates, cases of debt, bankruptcy, and spoliation claims and contains ships' papers for a number of Salem vessels which were captured and held in Naples, Italy, the Netherlands, and Norway (1809-1810). John Prince professional papers series includes correspondence, case notes, writs, and other documents pertaining to legal cases and clients, many of whom were members of the Derby, Bowditch, Peabody, Hale, Saltonstall, Ingersoll, and Allen families. John Prince personal papers series contains correspondence and minutes reflecting his ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Typewritten memoirs presented through a narrator, called Oborin, who represents Pletnev. Includes his autobiography, Nikchemnai︠a︡ zhiznʹ (475 p.), Denʹ v Peterburge (48 p.), which describes St. Petersburg, Russia, and particularly its cultural life before World War I, U mori︠a︡ (5 p.), on the author's dacha near St. Petersburg, and "Denʹ v Gaage" (30 p.), on his visits to a friend in the Hague, Netherlands, in the years after the 1917 revolution
Idaho State Historical Society, Idaho Oral History Center
Camphouse talked about his life in Madison County, Idaho. He spoke of the period from the 1890s to the 1930s and of the following topics: Sugar City, Idaho; the Camphouse family; the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; factories and the Japanese in Sugar City; sugar beets and emigration from the Netherlands
Rutgers University Libraries
Minutes (1798) of Classis of New Brunswick; minutes (1859-1953) of subordinate churches in Classis of Raritan, largely in Somerset County, N.J.; extract (1791-1792) from minutes of General Synod, Reformed Church in America; proceedings (1786) of Synode van Noord Holland (Enkhuizen), Nederlandsch Hervormde Kerk; baptismal and membership records (1824-1899) of True Reformed Dutch Church (Montville, N.J.); baptism, marriage, and membership records, consistory minutes and other records (1709-1851) of First Reformed Church of Freehold (Marlboro, N.J.); records (1751-1757) of Reformed Church (Marbletown, N.Y.); records (1867-1906) kept by Francis M. Kip (1839-1911) as pastor of Dutch Reformed congregations in Harlingen, N.J., and Auriesville, Fultonville, Greenwood Heights, Kerhonkson, and Livingston, N.Y.; records (1855-1860) kept by Franz Schneeweiss, of Evangelical Reformed Church, Brooklyn, N.Y., and Third Reformed Dutch Church, New Brunswick, N.J.; extracts (1699-1867) from baptismal ... Read More
University of Virginia Library
Chiefly letters from Copeland to his wife, Detta Osburn Copeland, describing his World War II activities with 35th Division, 137th Infantry Regiment in France, Belgium, Holland, and Germany, while serving as reporter and associate editor of the division's newspaper, Santa Fe Express; together with military newspapers and photos. Includes descriptions of U.S. training camps, an Atlantic convoy, the army's advance across France and Germany, and visits with civilians in liberated towns