Middlebury College - Davis Family Library
Two autograph letters, signed, from Sophia Hawthorne to her sister Mary T. Peabody (Dec. 19, 1827) and to her daughter Rose Hawthorne Lathrop (April 26, 1868)
Middlebury College - Davis Family Library
Autograph letters, signed, to and from some of the founders and participants in Brook Farm. Most folders include copies of typewritten transcriptions. Of particular interest: John Allen's, James Kay's, John Orvis's, and John Sullivan Dwight's lengthy and descriptive letters relating to Brook Farm and other matters; Elizabeth Blackwell's feminist viewpoints, including those about a woman's role in medicine, as well as her own struggles to obtain a medical degree (she was the first female doctor in the United States); Marianne Dwight Orvis's and Anna Parsons' letters describing the fire that destroyed the Phalanstery; George Ripley's letter to Phineas Eastman on the unsuitability of Eastman's daughter for the Brook Farm school
Middlebury College - Davis Family Library
This collection comprises manuscripts of 18th and 19th century folk songs along with their musical scores and context. The majority of these items were typescript copies of songs found in manuscript form in informants' homes and in library collections and typescript copies of songs sent to the collection by respondents to newspaper articles and advertisements which she wrote to solicit information on songs. There are also many handwritten songs (mostly lyrics, but some scores as well) and bound manuscripts
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Letters from Fuller to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Fuller, in Deerfield, Mass., and to his brother George, written from various places in New England, detailing his work as an artist and his daily affairs
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Historian and photographer, born 1933, Yonkers, N.Y. Studied at Yale University, BFA'56, MA'60, Bollingen fellow '60-63, PhD'64. His GRAVEN IMAGES OF NEW ENGLAND was published in 1966 and again in 1975 by Weslyan University Press. Works in platinum printing and silver gelatin printing
Getty Research Institute
Interior views of homes from the American colonial period. Sites represented are mostly from New England, and include the Antiquarian Society, Concord, MA; the Lee Mansion, Marblehead, MA; the Royall House, Medford, MA; the Pierce House, Portsmouth, NH; and an unidentified house in Rhode Island. There is also one image from a house in Colts Neck, NJ
Harvard University - Economic Botany Library of Oakes Ames
Consists of four boanical notebooks compiled by Higginson between 1841 and 1845 describing and listing plants collected during his botanical field trips. Also, includes a letter, 1894 from Loren Low Dame
Harvard University - Economic Botany Library of Oakes Ames
This collection includes plant specimens collected by Henry David Thoreau starting in 1850. In addition to the main collection of plant specimens, there is also a bound volume which is titled Catalogue of the Herbarium of Henry D. Thoreau, beqeathed to Boston Soc. of Nat. Hist., which consists of a hand-written listing of the specimens included in the herbarium
Harvard University - Economic Botany Library of Oakes Ames
Consists of correspondence, mostly incoming to Kennedy; Kennedy's journals, including botanical notes of field trips between 1896 and 1917 and one notebook documenting his travels in Europe in 1903 and 1905; and manuscripts concerning his index of plants in the works of Shakespeare and literary references to plants in Francis Bacon's writing. Correspondents are mostly botanists, but also correspondence pertaining to personal business and family matters and Kennedy's activities and acquaintances such as Walter Deane and William G. Farlow, at Harvard
Harvard University - Countway Library of Medicine
Contains mostly letters to Winthrop from correspondents seeking his advice for various ailments (with handwritten transcripts). Other correspondence includes letter, 1879, giving Winthrop material to Boston Medical Library

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