Historic Northampton Museum & Education Center
Letters to Joseph Clarke, in Northampton, father of Anne and Elizabeth Clarke (later Elizabeth (Clarke) Shaw), from his daughters, at Philadelphia, where Anne Clarke was involved in teaching and lecturing and being visited by her sister -- Subjects include the weather, stage coach trip to Hartford and then proceeding by steamship to New York City and Philadelphia, Anne's teaching, school, and lecturing, the visit and parade honoring General Lafayette, the election of John Quincy Adams over Andrew Jackson, health of brother Hawley Clarke and other family members, the illness of Joseph Clarke, the printing of Anne's lecture charts, and newspaper articles
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Collection includes a manuscript account (21 leaves) of May's balloon flight with French official Léon Gambetta, escaping from Paris to Lyon during the siege of Paris by the Prussian army, 1870, written for his family in 1890, with transcripts; correspondence and telegrams from O.F. Winchester, Samuel Remington, and W.C. Squire of E. Remington & Sons regarding firearms sales; financial records; newspaper clippings; and other papers. Includes agreement (in French) between S. Remington and the French government relating to the sale of firearms (1871) and price list (undated) of Armory American Repeating Rifle Company
Nantucket Historical Association
Log/journal, kept by Fanning, relating to a voyage to the South Atlantic, Falkland Islands, and elsewhere
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Materials relating to New York State politics and constitutional convention (1967), state-city relations, International League for Human Rights, International Rescue Committee, and New York City Board of Corrections. Includes speeches, correspondence, notes, schedules for Robert Kennedy's trips abroad, and 1968 presidential campaign materials
Cambridge Historical Society
The Nichols family papers document the lives of the Nichols family from the 1830s through the 1890s. The papers consists of journals, professional correspondence of George Nichols, personal correspondence of the Nichols family, family ephemera, and photographs -- Journals (Series I) is comprised of the typescript of "Journey to Saratoga," six journals, one typescript each of John White Treadwell Nichols's Journal (Mar. 1867- July 1867), and Susan Farley Nichols's Journal IV. "Journey to Saratoga" was written by Susan Farley Nichols while she accompanied her parents on a trip to Saratoga in 1839. The journal describes visits to the Worcester House for the Insane and the Insane Hospital of Vermont. Susan Farley Nichols also describes the various towns visited throughout the journey, including Wocester, Brattleborough, Windsor, Royalton, Hanover, Montpelier, Burlington, Ticonderoga, Caldwell, Saratoga, Troy, Albany, and New York. The journals of Susan Farley Nichols contain reminiscences ... Read More
Historic Northampton Museum & Education Center
Letters to and between Samuel Shaw; his wife, Elizabeth Owen (Clarke) Shaw; their daughter Laura Agnes (Shaw) Hudson and her husband, Dr. E. Darwin Hudson, Jr., of New York, N.Y.; Dr. Shaw's son, Dr. Samuel Francis Shaw (known as Frank Shaw), U.S. Navy Surgeon, in Philadelphia; Dr. Shaw's daughters: Stella Augusta Shaw and Sarah Gertrude Shaw, both unmarried, of Plainfield; Shaw's son, Charles Lyman Shaw, unmarried, school teacher at Astoria, N.Y.; Shaw's grandson, Darwin S. Hudson; and granddaughter Clara E. Hudson -- Subjects include many topics of the period, 1850-1900, with discussions of medicine, schools, and housekeeping, as well as occasional general topics. Letters of Laura Shaw Hudson, the most prolific writer, detail her housekeeping in New York City, and were chiefly sent to sisters Stella and Sarah at Plainfield; letters of Dr. Samuel Francis Shaw, concern activities as a U.S. Navy surgeon during the Civil War, his travels on naval cruises, and many exotic experiences; ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Essays, diaries, printed articles, published and unpublished photographs, 16mm movie, videotape, photoessays, and other papers, reflecting Aigner's photojournalism career in Europe (1925-1939) and in the U.S. (1939-1947), and as a photographer in the U.S. (1955-1982). European subject matter includes photoessays on pre-World War II politics and national elections in London and Paris; the heads of state of various European countries; pre-World War II conferences in Stresa, Italy (1935) and Geneva and Lausanne, Switzerland (1932); Berlin Olympics (1936); celebrities, artists, and entertainers in performance, at work, or interviewed; candid street photography in several European cities, in the gardens, parks, markets, etc.; and documentation of the styles of the times including cityscapes and new construction
Zimmerman House
Correspondence, deeds, diaries, account books, business and legal documents, scrapbooks, tax records, church records, memorabilia, photographs, postcards, and other papers of Jacob and Lena Zimmerman, their son George H. Zimmerman and his wife Jessie M. (McCall) Zimmerman, and children of George H. and Jessie Zimmerman: Jessie May (Zimmerman) Millar and her husband Thomas Millar, Olive Hope (Zimmerman) Holfman and her husband Rev. Paul D. Holfman, Mabel June Zimmerman, and Isobel Faith Zimmerman -- Subjects include early farming in Fairview and Gresham; the family of Jessie M. McCall, wife of George H. Zimmerman, their migration from Canada to Chicago, and relocation in Portland, Or., in 1875; the building of the cow and dairy barn and other buildings and remodeling and expansion of the original home which would eventually become the Zimmerman House, a museum; vacation trip taken by family members in 1909-1910 across the Canadian Rockies and the U.S., during which time they met with ... Read More
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include her family and growing up in Minnesota; moving to Glasgow during the Depression; her educational background; early career in journalism as a Linotype operator for the Glasgow Courier and Times; entering the Linotype profession which was then dominated by men; attending the University of Montana Journalism School; working with Dan Whetstone on the Cut Bank Pioneer Press; courtship and marriage to Jack Paladin; her work and life in Havre; living and working in New York; work with K. Ross Toole; beginning her career at the Montana Historical Society in the 1950s; work as editor of the magazine; early days of the Western History Association; and life after retirement
American Jewish Archives
Minutes of the synagogue


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