Senator John Heinz History Center
Collection includes photographs and newspaper clippings regarding the George C. McMurtry Bowl
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Correspondence, publications, research notes and notecards including drawings, and a small amount of photographs received with correspondence. The collection chiefly consists of research notes and most of these are sketchy. Topics with greater coverage include trade goods especially trade beads and silverwork, California gold rush emigration, Spanish military uniforms, Fort Union, New Mexico, and La Purisima Mission. There are notes and reports from a Channel Island archaeological survey, 1939-1941, a sketchbook of Canyon de Chelly pictograph drawings, original 1889 documents about a lawsuit against Fort Huachuca for selling ice to the public, and a sale prospectus with photographs relating to Baca Float #3, Santa Cruz County, Arizona circa 1940. Also present are typescripts of David Weber's thesis, "Early New Mexico Fur Trade, 1821-1828," and Mormon Battalion journal of Henry Standage (1846-1847) and Army of the West journal of Dr. John J. Griffin (1846-1847), and Civil War letters ... Read More
State Library of Queensland
Sterling Silver Cup presented by the Hon. John Bramston to Robert Herbert, owner of "Grasshopper" the winner of the Queensland Turf Club's Corinthian Handicap Race, run at Eagle Farm Racecourse, August 1865
New London County Historical Society
Subscriber's list for 1816, one silver watch, dated North Stonington, 20 Aug. 1816, signed by Joseph Utley -- List relates to taxation in North Stonington
Maine Historical Society
Correspondence, pertaining to the bas-relief of Horatio Stebbins, presented to the First Parish of Portland -- Includes correspondence about the identification of initials on the Deane silver tankard
Peabody Essex Museum
Notebook maintained by Jenkins, vice president of the Essex Institute for many years, containing information on furniture, pewter, silver, china, clocks, brass, fireplaces, etc., with drawings of some items
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
Folder contains photographs and information sheets related to tankards and a porringer. Photographs of touchmarks are also present
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
Folder contains photographs and information sheets related to items including . Photographs of touchmarks are also present
College of William and Mary - Special Collections Research Center
Kept by several generations of the Macon family of New Kent ["Ingleside"] and Hanover ["New Castle"] counties, Va. including William Hartwell Macon (1759-1843), Doctor William Hartwell Macon (1819-1891) and William Hartwell Macon (1850-1918). The volumes are four ledgers concerning farming and medical practice and a diary. The earliest ledger mentions William Macon (1725-1813)
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
These volumes were set up for Potter to record the number of hours he worked and his wages on a daily and weekly basis. Each year he calculated his average weekly income. For many of the weeks, Potter made annotations such things as: the workload at the engraving bench, changes in management and co-workers, holidays or other reasons for not working a full week, company activities in general, social activities, and visits with friends and family. Potter also kept newspaper clippings pertaining to the Oneida Silverware Co. and its 1901 takeover by Wm. A. Rogers, Ltd. after going into receivership. Clippings on the Rogers firm, with comments from Potter, relate to rumors of a company move to Niagara Falls from 1902 until the actual move in 1911, several management-labor confrontations leading up to efforts to unionize the plant and a strike. In particular, Potter reacted to efforts of plant manager, Frederick C. Westfall, to prevent the formation of a local union chapter. Volumes for ... Read More