University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The David Adler scrapbook of newsclippings reflects the final 32 years of Adler's 48 years in Fairbanks, Alaska. Events documented include the 1948 fire which destroyed his bookstore and two other businesses (the Painthouse and Jessens Weekly) and the devastating 1967 flood. Accounts also reflect Adler's personal and community interests. Included too are copies of poems written for and by Adler. There are a few photographs scattered throughout. Also found in the collection is a name plate from Adler's desk
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The Edward Carey Gardiner collection consists of papers of the Baird, Carey, Gardiner, Lea, and Penington families, many of which were prominent in political, economic, and cultural affairs in Philadelphia. The collection is rich in personal and business correspondence, family papers and genealogical notes, and material printed by the Carey family publishing house. There are also land, legal, and financial papers; estate papers; photographs; passports; speeches and writings; and a few artifacts. The collection spans from 1673 to 1949, with the bulk dating from 1787 to 1885
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
Photostat copy of a manuscript copy of Charles Morton's A System of physicks copied by Nathaniel Eells while he was a student at Harvard. The text is in English and includes diagrams. The copy is not complete and contains a table of contents and pages 3, 18-19, 39-41, 43-44, 47-49, 52-53, [56-57], 69, 72-75, 78-79, [85], 86, 97, 117, 133, 140-142, 157
Fuller Theological Seminary - David Allan Hubbard Library
Robert E. MacMaster was a prominent historian of Russian History and Literature. His major work, "Danilevsky: A Russian Totalitarian Philosopher," is the only full-scale biography on the controversial, yet very significant Russian philosopher of the 19th century. The collection contains research materials used by Dr. Robert E. MacMaster including extensive notes, research materials, personal notes and personal letters.Robert E. MacMaster was a prominent historian of Russian History and Literature. His major work, "Danilevsky: A Russian Totalitarian Philosopher," is the only full-scale biography on the controversial, yet very significant Russian philosopher of the 19th century. The collection contains research materials used by Dr. Robert E. MacMaster including extensive notes, research materials, personal notes and personal letters. Robert E. MacMaster (1919-2008) was a prominent historian of Russian History and Literature at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and served as Chair ... Read More
Boston Athenaeum
Scrapbook of programs, reviews, broadsides, etc., from classical music and choral music concerts, performed in the Boston area, the bulk of which date from 1856 and 1885. Much of the materials concern the Handel and Haydn Society, Cecilia Society of Boston, and Harvard Musical Association. Many with manuscript annotations. Collection also includes a few programs for benefit performances given for the elderly and Union soldiers. Reviews clipped primarily from Boston publications
Newberry Library
Correspondence, diaries, writings and photographs of May Walden, mainly dating from 1892 to 1959 -- About half the collection consists of correspondence, the bulk between Walden and her daughter, Katharine Kerr Moore, detailing domestic life during the Depression. There are letters to Walden and to Charles H. Kerr relating to their political interests; significant correspondents include William Jennings Bryan, James Russell Lowell, Frank W. Taussig, Clarence Darrow, Helen Keller, and Margaret Sanger. Also brief notes from Theodore Dreiser, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Edward Everett Hale, Alan Lomax, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Margaret Chase Smith. Among Walden's works are her diaries, 1913-1956, and her essays on various topics including birth control, the Socialist home, votes for women, and the sanitary collapsible cup used as a campaign novelty by Eugene Debs in 1912 (sample cup included). There are photographs of the family and of Eugene Debs, Jack London (with Coxey's Army), Max Hayes, ... Read More
Newberry Library
Correspondence (mainly incoming) with family, friends and literary figures, together with manuscript copies of Tietjens' works, notebooks of poems, diaries, photographs, personal memorabilia, and other miscellaneous material -- Outgoing correspondence is primarily to friends Witter Bynner and Margery Currey, and to Macmillan editor James Putnam. There are also numerous photostats of letters to Harriet Monroe (originals at University of Chicago). Among Tietjens' incoming correspondents are Maxwell Anderson, Sherwood Anderson, Maurice Browne, Pearl Buck, Floyd Dell, Arthur D. Ficke, Robert Frost, D.H. Lawrence, Vachel Lindsay, Amy Lowell, Edgar Lee Masters, H.L. Mencken, Ezra Pound, Carl Sandburg, Booth Tarkington, Sara Teasdale, Louis Untermeyer, and Elinor Wylie. Also photographs of Tietjens and Margery Currey
Newberry Library
Correspondence, clippings, manuscripts, artwork, personal materials, and photographs of author and journalist John Drury, and his wife, journalist and painter Marion Neville -- Correspondents include Gertrude Abercrombie, Herma Clark, August William Derleth, Henry Field, John T. Frederick, Harry Hansen, Herman Kogan, Leo Lerner, Howard Vincent O'Brien, Vance Randolph, Henry Justin Smith, A.C. Spectorsky, and Mark Turbyfill
Newberry Library
Material relating to the life and career of dancer, poet and painter Mark Turbyfill, including three copies of his unpublished autobiography and many copies of published and unpublished poems -- Also, articles and reviews by and about Turbyfill, a few pieces of correspondence, clippings, dance programs, photographs, a cassette tape of him reading, and a published genealogy of the Turbyfill family. Also includes correspondence and other materials related to Margaret Anderson, Adolph Bolm, Katherine Dunham, Henry Blake Fuller, George Ivanovich Gurdjieff, Amy Lowell, Maurice Maeterlinck, Harriet Monroe, Ruth Page, Samuel Putnam, Lionel Sayers, Eunice Tietjens, and Mark Tobey, as well as Chicago Allied Arts, Inc., the Institute for the Harmonius Development of Man, the Pavley-Oukrainsky Ballet, the Little Review, and Poetry
University of Washington
The Martha Nishitani modern dance history was compiled by Martha herself in 1992. It is a personal selection of photocopies of newspaper clippings, photographs, ephemera, and other material relating to her dance career, which has been comb-bound into two separate volumes to resemble scrapbooks. The first documents her life as a modern dance performer, choreographer, and teacher, with information on her studio, company, teachers, students, and her choreographic works. It contains an autobiography, a number of timelines of her education, events/awards, choreography, history of company concerts/performances, teaching positions, publications, and more. Along with this history, it also includes the text of a poem by William Dunlop that was written for her dance film, "Water Images" (which was broadcast on local public television station KCTS Channel 9 in 1967), as well as studio advertising fliers, class schedules, and photographs of Nishitani, her students, and her company. The second ... Read More

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