College of William and Mary - Special Collections Research Center
Autograph album of Fannie S. Russell while she attended Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, New Hampshire during the spring term of 1857. Includes inscriptions and autographs of her friends. List of autographs included with album.
College of William and Mary - Special Collections Research Center
Autograph album of Fannie S. Russell while she attended Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, New Hampshire during the spring term of 1857. Includes inscriptions and autographs of her friends.  List of autographs included with album.
College of William and Mary - Special Collections Research Center
Autograph diary of Susannah Nourse who was a student at Bolton Seminary in Brooklyn, New York. Most entries are poems with some prose. Many entries are by Nourse's family. A list of autographs is included with the diary.
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Council for Basic Education Publications including Bulletins (1956- ), annual reports (1961- ), constitution and bylaws (1956-58), descriptive leaflets (1956- ), issuances (1965- ), meeting announcements and programs (1963- ), membership leaflets (1882), occasional papers (1961-80), A Citizens Manual for Public Schools (1959), Open Admissions (1972) and publications lists. Bulletins contain news reports, articles and publication lists relating to basic education, curricula, education 21 policy, educators, testing, schools, "basic intellectual disciplines", "life adjustment" and CBE activities, occasional papers include 15 to 45 page monographs on curricula, education, schools, teachers and testing.
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Diary reflecting daily activities and family affairs, including records of Smith's children, information concerning community activities, local events such as storms, fires, and celebrations, items of historical interest, costs of items and services, and record of local deaths. Subjects include the death of his daughter, Mary (Smith) Wilder in 1833; schools; his activities as member of the library committee and books borrowed; relations with his tenants; and properties owned
Bedford Historical Society
Fourteen documents relating to Hubbell's position as superintendent of schools, membership in Disciple Church, and stock purchases
Historical Society of Princeton
Miscellaneous papers including receipt for son's tuition in Mr. Knighton's school (1839), signed by James S. Green, account with J.R. Slayback(1864-1867), and a list of articles taken "at the appraisement" (incomplete, no date)
Frankenmuth Historical Association
Book of German sermons entitled Gesammelte Sonn- Fest- und Feyertags Predigten, by Caspar Jacob Huth, printed in 1771 and possibly purchased by Kern (1837), including written inscriptions by persons unrelated to Kern's family; together with "Entlass-Schein" document (diploma), proving Kern's graduation from school in Rosstal, Germany, required in order to emigrate from Bavaria
Old Berwick Historical Society
Correspondence, diaries, court writs and other legal documents, deeds and property records, ledgers, bills, tax lists, estate papers, notebooks, printed materials, and other papers, relating to Oakes's legal career, business and community affairs, and other family members. Includes materials reflecting the professional association between Oakes and John Noble Goodwin, a lawyer, originally of South Berwick, who later served as governor of Arizona; court writs and other documents describing transactions of local businessmen and tradesmen; bills of Dr. Caleb Sanborn and yard goods merchant, Alonzo Stackpole; newspaper account of an 1854 South Berwick murder trial, presided over by Oakes; and South Berwick town tax lists, ledgers, and tax collector's notebooks
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Photograph of 9th Street School (likely in Milwaukee), together with a photograph of Sam Zubrensky, Simon Zubrensky, and son, Benny Zubrensky (possibly in a second grade class)