Library of Virginia
These charts concern the descendents of Nathaniel Pope of Maryland and William Pope of New England
Northeastern University - Archives and Special Collections Department
The collection documents the founding, administration, and programming activities of the New England Chapter of the American Composers Forum (ACFNE) from its creation in 1996 through its closure in 2010. Major topics covered include strategic planning, development, and ACFNE's composer residency programs. The collection includes Board of Directors reports and meeting minutes, correspondence, scrapbooks, program evaluations and reports, financial documents, and newspaper clippings. Also included are copies of the American Composers Forum (ACF) newsletter Sounding Board (1996-2008), original scores written for ACFNE programs, and audio and video recordings of performances
Cornell University Libraries
Letters chiefly to Mrs. Amelia Stoddard May of Newport (Herkimer County), N.Y. and her daughter Eliza, from relatives in Connecticut including Mrs. May's father Ebenezer Stoddard, Sr. comment on the Spring legislative session in Connecticut (1836) and the decline of the Whig Party, expansion of shoe manufacturing in New England, family matters and neighbors in Woodstock, Conn. In addition, one letter from a school friend in Warsaw (Wyoming County), N.Y., discusses the local dance school, harvest work, and the coming of the circus
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
This collection contains genealogies, diaries, correspondence, financial records, pamphlets, clippings, speeches, photographs, and memorabilia, and was used by Ida H. Harper in preparing her biography of Anthony. The papers provide information about Anthony's schooling and employment, her relationships with her family, particularly her father and two of her nieces, and her work for the abolition of slavery, for temperance, and for women's rights. There is, however, very little correspondence from the period 1851-1880. This collection does not represent the total surviving Anthony papers. Other collections are listed at the end of the Anthony article in Notable American Women
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection consists of manuscript letters from Loring to his wife, Louisa Gilman Loring, to John A. Collins, and to Lydia Maria Child; also included are manuscript letters from Louisa Loring to Child, and one poem by Ellis Gray Loring
University of the Pacific - William Knox Holt Memorial Library
Consists principally of personal correspondence and school essays of two generations of one New Hampshire farming family (1830-1900). Also includes a few photographs and ephemera
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
This collection is comprised of 31 letters that Georgiana Hemingway of Fair Haven, Connecticut, received from female friends, her parents, and her siblings between 1858 and 1867. Her acquaintances discussed their social lives, courtship, and the Civil War, and her family members provided news from Fair Haven while Georgiana traveled. The correspondence includes one letter from Hemingway's brother Charles to their mother, Theresa
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
The Collins family papers consist of personal correspondence between several members of the Collins family of New Haven, Connecticut, and Westfield, Massachusetts, in the early to mid-1800s. Correspondence between Cynthia Painter Collins and her husband Simeon reflects his career as a bookseller in Boston and Philadelphia, and letters between a range of friends and family members document life in New England during the antebellum era. Reverend Sylvester Graham wrote one letter offering medical advice to Cynthia Painter Collins
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Letters from Higginson to Eva Gertrude Moore concern daily life. Letters from Edward Channing to Moore are primarily about her secretarial work for him. Includes autograph manuscript essay Heine and the monkey's skin and three autograph manuscript drafts of the National hymn for July 4, 1896 by Higginson
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Letters from Charles Carroll Everett to his cousin Edward Everett Hale about daily life, delivering sermons and religious matters. The letters also discuss Harvard Divinity School's professors, students, scholarships, and classes


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