Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly class notes dealing with the history of Spain and of Mexico, as well as notes on Texan and Latin American history; literary material in Spanish and English, such as copies of Castañeda's articles and lectures and the first chapter of a work of fiction entitled The Country and the People; two Spanish-language typewritten copies of an English translation of Rafael José Verger's report on Mission San Antonio de Valera; unpublished ms. of high-school textbook by Castañeda and H.U. Hudson titled Latin America and the New World; and articles by Cecil Johnson and Fray José Franco López
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence with Mount Holyoke faculty and administrators, professional associations, historians, and others; writings including drafts of essays and books; course materials; Barnes's undergraduate and graduate lecture notes; drafts of a family history and autobiography; and financial records. Materials relate chiefly to her professional development and work as a member of Mount Holyoke's History Dept. (1919-1951)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, research notes, published and unpublished mss., minutes, reports, pamphlets, books, microfilm, audiotapes, and photos, relating to Hershberger's involvement in the Mennonite Church's interpretation and application of Anabaptist-Mennonite faith and history to current social and political situations. Includes material relating to his activities as professor of history, sociology, and ethics, at Goshen College (1925-1966), founder of the college's Peace Society, chairman of Committee on Economic and Social Relations of Mennonite General Conference, and as a founder of Mennonite Mutual Aid. Research and publication topics focus on the Amish, capital punishment, church and labor, church and state, civil rights, conscientious objectors during World War II, draft, international relief efforts of the Mennonite Church during and after World War I, national service, peace, Quakers, race relations, religion and politics, and rural life
University of Washington Libraries,-- University Archives
Correspondence, unpublished speeches and writings, and curriculum files, relating to Bestor's career as history professor at University of Washington and his activities as member of professional and civic organizations, including American Historical Association and Washington State Bar Association
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence (1896-1900), grade notebook (1863-1874), and miscellaneous business and legal papers; together with two copies of a privately published account (1911) by Johnston of two women and their experiences during the Civil War, and letters and financial records concerning Oberlin Village Improvement Society, which Johnston helped to establish
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Notebook, 1 October 1860-27 March 1861, begun by Black, containing notes on real estate law; continuted by Benjamin E. Mellor, with notes on arithematic and history
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Contains one letter to Albert Burton Moore (1922), students' notes from Dodd's classes on American history, 1 speech, 1 typescript, and 1 reprint
Bowdoin College - George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections and Archives
Miscellaneous papers documenting Paul Nyhus's life and career at Bowdoin. Included are obituaries, memorial tributes, photographs, and a 1990 interview conducted by Charles Calhoun, centering on affairs at Bowdoin from 1969-1980. Nyhus's history course syllabi, address at the memorial service for former Bowdoin president Roger Howell, and inaugural lecture for the Frank Andrew Munsey Professorship are also included
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, constitution, bylaws, directories, questionnaires, newsletters, clippings, reports, fliers, and other materials, relating to changes in the University of Illinois History Dept.'s graduate program, departmental events, HGSA-sponsored activities, job market, and other topics. Includes 1970 interview summaries of opinions of faculty on HGSA organizational goals and representation on department committees, a listing of faculty sympathetic to HGSA, and correspondence, minutes, questionnaires, and reports concerning the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences study committee on teaching assistants, including data on other Big Ten universities, particularly the 1970 assistants' strikes at University of Wisconsin
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Manuscripts, collection of 18th-19th century correspondence, artwork, scrapbook, and printed materials


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