University of Oregon - Archives of Northwest Folklore
Benjamin Ryan Storey was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.
University of Oregon - Archives of Northwest Folklore
Colton Schwartz was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.
University of Oregon - Archives of Northwest Folklore
Emily Fulstone was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.
Hancock Historical Society
Genealogical materials and other papers of the family of John Springer, Sr., and his wife, Hannah (Truffant) Springer, who settled in the Hancock area, ca. 1780
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Over 300 catalogs, advertising fliers, brochures, and pamphlets, accumulated by the Rice family, covering a broad range of household and other products, businesses and services, and transportation, many used by middle-and upper-income households -- Includes catalogs from many states with the majority from businesses in the Midwest
Eastham Historical Society Archives
Correspondence (1971-1976), genealogies, newspaper articles written by Lowe, photographs, handwritten notes, and other papers -- Includes genealogies and related materials of the Higgins (Jonathan and Benjamin Higgins) family, descendants of Nicholas Snow and Constance (Hopkins) Snow, Paine family, including postcards of the home of John Howard Paine, Freeman family, including correspondence, clippings, deeds, etc., Mayo family, Myrick family, and other families, chiefly of Eastham, but also of Harwich and Chatham, Mass.; correspondence with staff at Old Sturbridge Village and Mayo Clinic; clippings relating to the shipwreck (1914) of the Italian bark Castagna; army certificate of Charles Knowles reflecting Civil War service with 39th Ohio Volunteers; book by Ruth Huffbauer entitled Descendants of Richard Knowles and her correspondence with Lowe; genealogical materials on the Mayo family compiled by Walter Howard Mayo, including photo of the Swift-Daley house; photograph of Samuel ... Read More
Museum of the Great Plains
Deed to property (1911) in North Addition, Lawton (Lot 6, Block 62), signed by children and heirs of John S. Mavity, deceased; releast of mortgage (1915) signed by Margaret and Raymond Wright; and patent (1933?) deposited in the General Land Office
Maine Historical Society
Consists primarily of materials gathered by Davis from British and American sources, over a period of more than forty years, while in the course of preparing genealogical studies of the ancestries of his sixteen great-great grandparents, all of which were subsequently published in very limited editions -- Includes correspondence relating to other historical and genealogical undertakings which were supported in whole or in part by Davis
Old Fort Western
Correspondence, business records, minutes of meetings, and published materials -- Includes letters, receipts, quitclaim deeds, bonds, wallpaper fragments, currency notes, and printed material, relating to the fort or adjacent properties. Also includes maps; photographs on the restoration of the fort; materials on original residents of the fort, the family of Captain James Howard and other members of his militia troop stationed at the garrison as well as 18th century merchants and civic leaders of Augusta, Me.; Augusta periodicals; and photocopies of documents copied in 1813 from an older set of Hallowell, Me., township meeting records
Maine Historical Society
Deeds, letters, and legal papers, relating to heirs of John Brown, merchant and statesman, of Providence, R.I.