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 Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Club records including its constitution, minutes, programs of meetings; records of its annual history essay contest; copies of study guides produced by the club; correspondence of its moderator, secretary-treasurer, and bulletin editor; and financial records and membership lists. Individuals represented in the correspondence include Thomas T. McAvoy, CSC, Philip Gleason, Mercedes Muenz, Sister Mary Clarence, SSJ, Grace Modica, and Norbert Skvarla, OSB
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
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
Cornell University Libraries
Notebooks from courses at Cornell University in botany, taught by A. N. Prentiss; French, taught by William Channing Russell; political economy; moral philosophy, taught by William D. Wilson; and history, taught by Goldwin Smith and William Channing Russell. Also, a notebook on various subjects from lectures given outside Cornell University by Henry Ward Beecher, Leonard M. Bacon, William H. Seward, and Anna Dickinson
Cornell University Libraries
Student scrapbooks, with annotations, compiled by students in Professor Carol Kammen's History 126 course, documenting the freshman experience for the Classes of 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008 relating to dormitory life, athletics, religious activities, fraternity and sorority rushing, academic life, social events and activities, college costs, food, letters to and from home, and other events characterizing the life of new colleges students. Some scrapbooks include critiques by other members of the compiler's class
Cornell University Libraries
Letters about graduate study in history at Cornell University mention Julian Bretz, Paul W. Gates, and Neil McNall
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Tape-recorded sessions and near-print material from the Madison History Forum, May 15-16, 1976, one of seven forums held internationally concerning "history by and for the people;" including discussions of history and professionalism, women workers, day care, Native Americans (in particular, the Menominee Indians), prisons, the anti-war movement, the working class, agriculture, and Puerto Rico -- Included is a campaign speech by presidential candidate Fred R. Harris
Cornell University Libraries
Notes taken in Outlines of Lectures on History by Andrew Dickson White, Part III, France. Also includes class schedule, winter term
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
State Historical Society radio broadcasts; interviews with Society historic site curators and other employees; speeches at annual meetings, other meetings, and special events; and other presentations recorded on tape or disc


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